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Cadence Of Hyrule Weapon Infuse Guide

Cadence Of Hyrule Weapon Infuse Guide
Fairy Fountains allow you to improve the power of your weapons. This Cadence Of Hyrule Weapon Infuse Guide will explain how the infusing system works including information on which fuses work best and the overall mechanics of the system.

Fairy Fountains are found randomly in Cadence of Hyrule. The game world is randomized so I cannot give you an exact location. However, they are displayed on the map once discovered. Look for the small fairy icon. Each Fairy Fountain has two different fusions you can buy.

Cadence Of Hyrule Weapon Infuse Guide

Each Fusion costs Diamonds, but it’s quite cheap. You can only infuse a weapon with one perk. If you purchase another perk, it will override the previous perk. You can fuse all weapons except for the Caladbolg, I guess it’s deemed too powerful to improve.

Below is a list of the different fusions you can find:

Titanium
Increases weapon damage by 1

Ruby
Drains life from enemies with each attack

Obsidian
Increases damage based on multiplier from beat score

Emerald
Deals Poison Damage with each attack

If you have any further questions, post a comment below.

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Fairy Fountains allow you to improve the power of your weapons. This Cadence Of Hyrule Weapon Infuse Guide will explain how the infusing system works including information on which fuses work best and the overall mechanics of the system.

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