Where To Find The Master Sword In Zelda Breath Of The Wild
Just like in every other Zelda game, Breath Of The Wild has the Master Sword. This blade is hidden deep in the game and can be very hard to find if you don’t know where to look. Check out this guide to find out Where To Find The Master Sword In Zelda Breath Of The Wild.
Where To Find The Master Sword In The Legend Of Zelda Breath Of The Wild
First off you will need to get to the Great Hyrule Forest which is north of Central Hyrule. The entrance of the forest is the Lost Woods and anyone who has played a Zelda before knows this means a puzzle. Here is the location of the Great Hyrule Forest and The Lost Woods.
Now when you enter there will be an unlit torch, don’t worry about that. Run towards the next torch and follow the lit torches until you hit the last one. You might have seen a set of two in the distance, those are the next ones you are running to. If you didn’t, here is the trick to the Lost Woods. At the end of the flame you will see a trail of embers(sparks) coming off, follow those. Following the trail of emebrs will lead you to the next set of torches and a torch you can pick up. Pick it up, light it and start following the trail of embers coming off that. That is how you master this part of the Lost Woods, follow the flame until you hit Korok Village.
Once you get to Korok Village you will run into an old friend, like OoT old. Here you can attempt to pull the Master Sword out. Sadly if you are to early, you won’t be able to get it. The blade takes 13 hearts and you cannot use food to try to cheese it. Once you do get the Master Sword out though, it does not break. There is also a Shrine here so you can access that and warp back whenever you want.
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