I’ve recently been live-streaming over on Twitch, and started playing Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild again. And it’s been nine months since the last time I played, but I finally got back to it. And have every intention of finishing the game. The other day, I just finished Divine Beast Vah Naboris. This is the last Divine Beast I had left to defeat/handle in the game. It’s also probably the hardest of the divine beasts.
It’s been a while since I have played Legend of Zelda as I didn’t have time to play a lot of video games over the last year. But now that my massive work project is done, I decided to pick back up Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Last time I played, I left off on the approach to Divine Beast Vah Medoh which is the bird Divine Beast over the Rito Village. Medoh has been calm for 100 years until Link woke back up, similar to the other Divine Beasts.
Still on my Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild kick since I’ve been playing it quite a bit. Haven’t gone to the other two divine beasts, so I ended up doing the Hylian Homeowner sidequest. Which gives Link a home to keep his prized possessions, a set place to cook and sleep.
I was going to do one post overall on the Divine Beasts, but I haven’t done them all yet so I thought I would just do one post on each beast after I’ve faced it in the game for myself. I have seen the entire game to completion multiple times on YouTube, so I do know the other beasts. But for sake of checking it 100, I’m going to hold off until I’ve done the dungeon myself… literally just repeated myself but I’m going to leave that be. Now this isn’t a full walkthrough of the dungeon or the entire quest starting in the Zora’s Domain. More just an overview of the Divine Beast Vah Ruta.
Something I really love in Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is hunting for Korok seeds. At first I didn’t play too much attention to it and just traveled with my horse to get to places quickly. Then after completing Vah Ruta Divine Beast, I decided to stop and go by foot so I could experience everything. And not miss anything including all of the hidden Korok seeds. Which you can get all around Hyrule by performing specific actions. These seeds can be traded with Hestu for increased inventory space for weapons, shields, and bows. There are a total 900 seeds, if these are all turned in you get a gift from Hetsu.
I have been playing a lot of Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild in my spare time after work. One thing I find really interesting in the game is the armor as when you have the full set and upgrade it at a Great Fairy Foundation you get a bonus. Plus unlike other RPG I’ve played it doesn’t take up inventory space. Like you don’t have to get rid of it to free up space for new armor… I did not realize this when I first started playing. I sold off my first outfit as I thought you had to. But no, you don’t. So I thought I would go over each of the armor sets that come in the game and where to find them. This is only focusing on the base games without amiibos or DLCs as I do not have either.