Living in Hyrule is not easy. You never know when the red-haired man decides to invade, when the witch decides to take revenge, or when the whole continent is swallowed by the sea. Residents faced many hardships, but they persevered. This can be seen again in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, through the shining example set by real estate mogul President Hudson and his loyal marketing exec Addison.
Hudson decided to take advantage of the destruction caused by the cataclysm and make a fortune in rebuilding Hyrule. He also tried to spread the word by putting up billboards all over the continent. Unfortunately, Addison can’t quite handle the job alone, so she has to help Link hold up the billboards from time to time. However, some players have found an easy way to hang up signs and continue their adventures.
As illustrated by CulmanO on the Tears of the Kingdom Subreddit, some players are speeding up this task simply by using the Zonai Hover Stone as a base. Of course, some signs may require additional support, but hover stones serve as an easy foundation for building support structures.
“The cost of using a hoverstone is a trade-off for the fact that it’s much faster to build a stand for a billboard,” said one commenter, who thought the trade-off was worth it.
But another said, “I stopped looking as soon as you went to the capsule menu.No, I keep them and never use them. because there is none.” Something we can all probably relate to.
Doing this will not only help President Hudson claim exclusive rights to Hyrule’s real estate, but it will also help those who lost their fortunes in the turmoil, given they have the proper insurance. Become. In the long run, it will also help get the Hyrule economy back on track. No doubt these rupees will also suffer from inflation.
However, some players didn’t seem to know they were supposed to help Addison sign, and President Hudson and Addison seem to need a little more detail in their marketing materials. Since he doesn’t actually give you tasks in-game, some players still haven’t figured out that you can help him with materials that are often nearby.
Adding to Addison’s worries, it seems that some players have grown tired of torturing the poor Korok and have decided to target the hard-working poster man instead. Sure, you can’t be as innovative as Korok, but you’re firing signs into space, and perhaps in this economic climate, the poor guy is getting fired.
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