Breath of the Wild discussion
Posted: Posted March 7th
Edited March 7th by Giga Bytes7
Now that I'm having fun with it instead of finding it stressful, let's put all that behind us and talk about our experiences and how we go about all the stuff, and what was on our mind for most of it.
I climbed the big mountain that I think is north of Kakariko (the one where it's always raining, you walk along the path, sometimes skeleton Lizalfos come out, and at the end it's a climb up a rocky slope to a field), that was pretty fun. Also lots of deer, goats, bulls, and wolves to hunt along the way! (Once I found a shrine I had to teleport back to Kakariko to cook some of it)
After going to several shrines, and being unable to find any areas shown on the camera, I sought out the first Divine Beast. I mistook one for the nearest on my map and got too close to Death Mountain, I don't yet have anything that enables me to withstand severe heat
So I check the map and seek out the actual closer Divine Beast. There's a big mountain between me and it, so - and let me know if there's another way to this area - I used the ice blocks to climb the waterfall. Then I found a fancy-looking area that I thought was the lair of the Divine Beast (or the Divine Beast itself - but was really Zora's Domain. From there the way was clear, I beat Ruta pretty easily, and so turns out the Divine Beasts are the dungeons too. Was tricky at times but I figured it out and beat Waterblight Ganon (good thing I stocked up on arrows after using them all on that overpowered robot at the shrine!).
That's where I left off for now. And the only time I really checked any walkthrough videos (unless it was after completing a shrine) was for the robot and for Waterblight Ganon's second phase.
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