The Best Items In Tears Of The Kingdom

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The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom brings with it a whole host of game mechanics and items for you to try out. The world is big and you’ll want to explore it all thoroughly.


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Tears of the Kingdom encourages you to think outside the box, giving you the items and tools you need to make all your wildest dreams come true, mixed with the classic Zelda items you know and love.

Updated June 15, 2023 by Samantha Rawson: Tears of the Kingdom continues to offer a variety of useful and necessary items for your adventures in Hyrule. We’ve added several items that you’ll definitely want to find in your quest to stop the Demon King and find Zelda.

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13 Stones scheme

Tears of the Kingdom Description Schema Stones on the Pause screen

Schema Stones are stone slabs that depict the schematics of Zonai devices. Stone schemes can be used with the auto-build capability, allowing you to easily rebuild anything you’ve built with Ultrahand.

Autobuild will only remember a select number of things you’ve built without Schema Stones, so make sure you collect them all and make your building adventures easier! You will find stones in abandoned mines at all depths.

12 fruit

Tears of the Kingdom Dazzlefruit tree

Elemental arrows are missing from Tears of the Realm. Instead, you’ll find a variety of new fruits, not to eat, but to attach to your arrows for elemental effects. Fire Fruit, Ice Fruit, Dazzle Fruit, and Splash Fruit are available in spots around Hyrule and are especially common in the kingdoms corresponding to their given elements.

You can easily stock up and make the mistake of thinking, “I don’t need to grab anymore.” But always grab what you find. You will never regret having too much. This is a much cheaper option than constantly going back to the markets and buying expensive elemental arrows.

11 Mushrooms

Tears of the Kingdom Puffshroom in the Depths

There are a few new mushrooms in the game, the most useful being Bright Caps and Puffshrooms. Bright Caps are easiest to find in caves, and when cooked into a recipe, you’ll glow – a handy feature for exploring the depths.

Puffshrooms can be attached to arrows and fired at enemies, creating a smokescreen and giving you a chance to surprise attack. Puffshrooms offer a huge tactical advantage, especially against the large monster camps scattered across Hyrule.

10 Flowers

Tears of the Kingdom A Muddle Bud

Bomb Flowers and Muddle Buds are spread throughout all depths and caves, and you’ll want to grab them all. Bombs are always useful for blowing up cracked walls or attacking enemies. Muddle Buds offer a new effect – they explode into smoke on impact, momentarily confusing everyone in radio and turning them against their allies.

Like Puffshroom, Muddle Bud is great for raiding monster camps. Send one in, hit a monster or two, and watch them turn on their companions. The effect does not last long, but it is incredibly effective.

9 Disintegrated mainsword

Tears Of The Kingom Damaged Master Sword

It’s not particularly useful and you only have it for a very short time at the beginning of the game. So what makes Decayed Master Sword so special? If you’ve ever played a Zelda game, then you know how it goes – the world needs to be saved, the hero awakens, the hero fights some bosses, the hero finds an epic sword to complete his destiny. Tears of the Kingdom further emphasizes the importance of the Master Sword. She is as important in the games as Link himself.

Seeing him destroyed throws the whole world on its axis for a moment as you try to process what just happened; how did the sword disappear? Now what? It doesn’t have to be an important item, but the emotional impact you’ll see will last a long time.

8 For the Devices zone

The Legend of Zelda Tears of the Kingdom Link holds Zonai Charges in front of the device dispenser

Do you need bikes? The fans? A flamethrower? Zonai Devices has you covered. They can be attached to weapons, shields, or used to create modes of transportation, and they drain from an energy cell that automatically regenerates over time.

And if that wasn’t cool enough, you can get travel sizes from the ball machine! There are many travel ones, including a ticking time bomb and a disposable pot. They’re handy and convenient, and nothing beats the thrill of seeing what you get out of a dispenser.

7 Sticky frogs and sticky lizards

Tears of the Realm Sticky Frog on the left and Sticky Lizard on the right above the Sticky Elixir description

You find yourself in front of a cliff wall. You’ve got speed boosts and stamina elixirs and you’re ready to go…then it starts raining.

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In Breath of the Wild, this would be the end of your climbing adventure and the beginning of a long walk. Tears of the Kingdom, however, has a solution to this problem – sticky elixir. This ingenious little concoction can only be made with two unique creatures: a sticky frog and a sticky lizard. Wild animals were a big part of your elixir repertoire in Breath of the Wild as well, so this is nothing new, but the solution to climbing wet walls is a welcome relief. May the rain never stop you again!

6 Travel medallions

Description of the travel locket in the inventory in The Legend Of Zelda: Tears Of the Kingdom.

Fast travel is a wonderful thing. But what if you couldn’t find a shrine or Skyview tower near somewhere you like to go often? Or do you just want to be closer? Purah Pad is here with the answer. The updated version of the Sheikah Slate has the ability to set a travel port, allowing you to fast travel straight to a specific point whenever you want.

They were originally only available with the Breath of the Wild DLC and you could only do one at a time. But with the fully upgraded Purah Pad, you can conveniently have up to three.

5 Hylian Pine Cone

Tears of the Kingdom Link slips away from the pinecone-enhanced fire

“It grows on trees and is found all over Hyrule. It contains oil and burns well. Throw it into a fire to increase the intensity of the flames.” This little seed will give you a big boom. They’re very common and may seem worth skipping, but you’ll want to have a few on hand, especially if you’re someone who’s used to using Rivali’s Gale to easily get places in Breath of the Wild.

Now all you can do is throw down some flint and wood, build a fire, and throw a pine cone into the fire for a jolt worthy of a dead champion.

4 Traction belt

Tears of the Kingdom Traction Belt Description

One of the biggest innovations in Tears of the Kingdom is the ability to craft transport devices, including prototype cars that can move on their own (or with the help of a Zonai device). The stable has also introduced a reward system called Pony Points – you get a point when you do business with the stable, and the towing team will be your first prize.

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You can then choose to adjust your horse on the counter where you can attach the draw harness. From there, simply attach any wheeled vehicle you’ve created and away you go. Cruise the fields of Hyrule with the coolest horse and harness in all the lands.

3 Accommodation tickets

Tears of the Kingdom Sprinn the stable owner asks if you slept well

Love the concept of inns but don’t want to waste your hard-earned rupees? Pony Points has you covered. When you reach 45 points (and again at 55 points), you will receive five sleep tickets that can be exchanged for one sleep in a regular bed in any stable.

That’s a total of ten free sleeps, perfect for when you need a quick nap and don’t want to go back to Lookout Landing just to save 20 rupees (or if you’re broke because you spent all your money on arrows again…) .

2 Construction parts

Tears of the Kingdom Link fights against a soldier construct

Zonai constructs are mostly harmless. Until you find a soldier. They’re Tears of the Kingdom’s version of guardians – everywhere, powerful and ready to kill you without a second glance. Upon death, they drop horns of various sizes, which can then be combined with weapons to make a military lance or sword.

There are different tiers of soldiers – the higher the tier, the better part you get and the more powerful your combined weapons will be. You can also exchange them for devices at Zonai Device dispensers, so they will never be wasted.

1 Fabrics

Tears of the Kingdom Three fabrics listed - plain, tesse and egg

Nintendo has finally tackled the one thing everyone loves – customization. Tears of the Kingdom opens up the game in ways no Zelda game has ever had, if only in small ways – namely the ability to build with Attach and Fuse options and customize your glider with fabrics.

While many are only available through Amiibos, you can get a few from the game, including the introductory fabric, from the Kochi Dye Shop in Hateno Village, where you can also customize your glider. It’s the little things that make a game really good.

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