The Legend of Zelda: Kingdom of Tears introduces a completely unique Zonai device to this entry in the series.
You can find these handy little tools in certain areas of the game, but more importantly, Available from Dispensers – A gacha-style machine where you can deposit Zonai Charges to build parts in exchange for a travel version of the device. Creative but lacking confidence? Not sure what you need? Want to always have a fan or flamethrower handy? Let’s see what these Zonai devices can do for you .
Zonai devices are great for ranged attacks. The cannon fires rays and is a great weapon for ranged attacks. Although powerful, it is difficult to aim, making it an unreliable weapon.
If you have a Construct Head or Homing Cart and both are oriented to point at an enemy, you can use them to aim and fire your cannon at the enemy without being in range. It may not solve all problems, but sending a first wave to distract a pesky Bokoblin is never a bad thing.
Elemental Arrows are lacking in Tears of the Kingdom, but there are enough new items to make up for it. Emitters come in four variations: Ice, Fire, Impact, and Ray, and can be attached to swords and weapons.
Swinging a shield or swinging a weapon detonates attached emitters. It’s great for keeping enemies at bay when you need extra space, and it also comes with the added bonus of dealing damage whenever an enemy activates.
Missing the gust of Liveli? Looking for a faster way to reach heights? Balloons can help you. The balloon can be used as a hot air balloon. Heat the air underneath it with a torch or flamethrower and it will instantly float.
Flamethrowers are more efficient than torches, but they also consume energy cell life, so be careful not to go too high unless you have an extra charge on hand. Or just be prepared that using a flashlight will take longer. Each method has advantages and disadvantages.
A rotating device that can be attached to a flat board to create a vehicle. There are two sizes. Larger wheels are more efficient and can traverse rough terrain with ease, while smaller wheels can go almost anywhere on flat terrain.
Both types of wheels are abundantly available at dispensers, so you don’t have to worry about not getting the wheel you want. And you’ll probably want to collect a lot of them – unfortunately the vehicles you build can’t fast travel together.
Fans create wind and can be used to propel wheeled objects. It can also be attached to a shield to blow away enemies. These are the main uses, but there are also many unconventional uses.
One of the more common uses is to drop it on the ground, point it up, and use the wind to lift it a little higher. Alternatively, you can put together a number of planks to create a hovercraft that can sweep any surface. The only limit is your imagination.
When it comes to outlandish devices, rockets win. It produces a powerful thrust that burns out quickly, but whatever it is attached to is propelled in its direction.
Good for quick boosts to move wheeled objects. It can also be fused into a shield and used for link-ups if you want to go wild. But be careful not to run out of battery and free fall.
Carts are probably one of the most ingenious devices. It has wheels on a small flat surface. You can attach fans and rockets to apply force to move them, or fuse with shields for shield surfing.
If you’re propelled by fans or rockets, you won’t be able to steer without a steering stick, but at least you can bomb Hyrule in style until you hit a rock. . Stop, reposition, repeat. During shield surfing, the wheels give you more control and allow you to go a little farther.
Discover the freedom of flying with wings. This flattened bird-shaped device can be propelled through the air by fans, rockets, or downward momentum, and can be steered very carefully by walking between the wings or using the steering stick. .
However, if it feels too precarious, you should stand back in the center with your footprints and flatten it out.
2 portable pot
You are in the middle of an adventure and have just finished another hard battle. When I try to eat, I find that my food is gone. Once you leave here, you must return to the nearest shrine, but no one knows how far it is. What is your occupation? Take out the portable pot.
This device is meant for one-off cooking and really comes in handy during caving or temple walks. It doesn’t use fire, so it’s okay even if it rains! It’s like having your own little stove in stock. Be sure to stock up before venturing out into the unknown.
Hoverstones are fun. Just take them out, place them where you want them with Ultrahand, power them up, place them, and they’ll stay in place. These are basically stepping stones that you place and rearrange.
Despite the limitations of energy cell life, Ultra Hand reach, and being unable to move while standing on it, being able to create your own stepping stone path is still very useful.
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