The ability to fuse weapons in The Legend of Zelda: Kingdom of Tears has already spawned a plethora of creative new combat strategies. From giant two-handed hammers to ridiculously long spears and other staggering weapons, the options for creating your dream death device are pretty endless.
Many of Tears of the Kingdom’s most powerful weapon fusions can be crafted using common items, but some require you to seek out stronger enemies in more dangerous areas of the world. As you experiment with different objects, you are sure to find new fuse combinations that will help you throughout your journey.
Ten Captain III Reaper: Fight Like Zonai
As far as base weapons go, it’s no secret that Zonite weapons are among the most powerful in Tears of the Kingdom. However, you can make them even more powerful by fusing these ancient artifacts with certain items to increase their damage.
Some of the best materials for weapon fusion are Soldier Construct Horns. It has a chance to drop from a defeated Zonai Soldier. With access to both items, you’ll be able to craft the Captain III Reaper, a powerful Zonai sword enhanced with the Captain Construct III Horn.
9 Mighty Stick Scimitar: Basic but Effective
As a more basic one-handed weapon that doesn’t compromise on damage, the Mighty-Stick Scimitar can be crafted fairly early in the game. This powerful fusion weapon combo requires a gnarled wooden stick. It is found in East Hyrule between Akkara Falls and Kaepora Pass.
When fused with a one-handed weapon, you have the Mighty Stick Scimitar, an impressive early-game killer tool that can take out most enemies quickly. Gnarled wooden sticks can also be used to craft other spikes, rocks, and bouncy weapons in Tears of the Kingdom.
8 Freeze Spear: Ice Suggestion
Elemental damage is even more effective in Tears of the Kingdom than in Breath of the Wild due to abundant resources and Link’s new Fuse Arm abilities. Whether you want to set your enemies on fire, freeze them, shock them, or simply blow them away with a strong wind, there’s no shortage of options at your disposal.
Freeze Spear proves to be very effective when harnessing the power of ice. To create this weapon, large icicles must be melted into smaller chunks and fused with a long-range weapon, preferably a spear. Fusing can break a single target apart and freeze them in place.
7 Madrbad Arrow: Confuse Enemies
Muddlebuds are another useful fuse material that emits a strange smell that can disorient enemies and make them attack each other. They are usually found in deep caverns, but can also appear in caves and wells near the surface.
Muddlebuds can be attached to both weapons and arrows to trigger their effects, although the latter is preferred to avoid alerting entire groups of enemies. When a monster is affected by Madrubad, it will start attacking allies and do all the fighting for you.
6 Homing Arrow: Land all shots
Homing Arrow is a must for anyone having trouble lining up shots with a bow and arrow in Tears of the Kingdom. These cleverly modified arrowheads are designed to always reach their target, giving you extra headroom when aiming.
Homing arrows can be created using basic arrows and various monster parts such as Keith’s Eye, Aerocuda’s Eye, and Octorok’s Eye. These arrows are powerful, but they have one fatal flaw. Aiming at a group of enemies may cause them to look for the wrong target.
Five Bomb Flower Arrow: Impressive splash damage
One of the more basic but effective fuse combinations available early on is the Bombflower Arrow, which harnesses the destructive power of the Bombflower. What makes these special arrows so great is the large area of damage they deal on contact.
This allows Link to set up from a distance and target multiple enemies grouped together. This is especially useful when dealing with Boss his Bokoblin, as it is usually surrounded by Bokoblin’s minions. For best results, combine Bomb Flower Arrows with high-level bows.
Four Blue Boss Boko Halberd: Two Handed Chaos
Speaking of boss Bokoblins, these burly bad guys can produce some of the best fuse material in the entire game, especially the blue variant, which can drop blue boss Bokoblin horns when defeated in combat.
When paired with a two-handed weapon such as the Halberd, its fuse’s attack power rivals that of the Soldier Construct. To find Blue Boss Bokoblins, check out the central and eastern regions of Hyrule. There you’ll find them roaming with a small squad of Bokoblins.
3 Blue Horiblin Hammer: Nothing But Horrible
In addition to being one of the most formidable foes in Tears of the Kingdom, Holiblin has some of the best parts for weapon fusion. Tracking one down requires exploring the many caves of Hyrule and the depths of Death Mountain northeast of Eldin.
Similar to the Boss Bokoblin, the blue variant would be the best option for crafting a powerful two-handed weapon (in this case the Blue Horiblin Hammer). Upon winning a battle, Blue Holiblin will drop Blue his Holiblin horns, claws, and guts.
2 Spike iron ball hammer: prickly pain
Additionally, the Spiked wrecking hammer is another excellent two-handed fuse weapon with high damage and blunt damage that can be used to smash huge rocks and mines, knock out enemies and destroy armor. help you to
The last point becomes especially important as the game progresses further and you start encountering monsters with yellow health bars that can only be penetrated using a blunt weapon. You’re free to craft more basic ones with rocks and swords, but the spiked wrecking ball variant is arguably the most powerful.
1 Silver Lynel Blade: Fast and Deadly
Even if you snapped the shutter at the thought of having to fight Lynel, you’re not alone as these centaur-like foes have plagued Zelda players for decades. In Tears of the Kingdom, Silver his lynel ranks at the top of the food chain and is stronger than ever.
As you can imagine, the rewards for defeating such a formidable foe are very high, providing the materials to craft the most powerful weapon fusions in the game using the Silver Lynel Saber Horn. The downside (or benefit?) of using Lynel fusion weapons is that the power only increases if the weapon is severely damaged.
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