Almost everything is against you The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. From cold weather to lightning and enemies of all kinds, prepare for the best armor for any situation. There are so many to choose from. How do you know which armor is the best? The truth is, there are great armor sets for different situations.
Here we have compiled a list of the best armor Breath of the wild, along with tips for acquiring it.
The nice thing is that it’s relatively easy and inexpensive to get. If you wear all three pieces of armor, you will receive a set bonus. So it’s usually a good idea to complete each set. Just buy the set from Rito Village for 2,150 rupees and you are ready to face the cold. The startup stats are decent too and can be updated as long as you have the materials.
If you’ve been thorough while exploring, you’ve likely encountered areas of heavy rain and lightning. Dealing with rain is annoying enough, but when you add a flash of lightning to the mix it is almost impossible to progress. This is where the rubber armor set comes in. Unfortunately, it’s not as easy to get hold of as some of the other pieces of gear on this list. There are three quests that you must complete in order to access the full set.
To get the helmet, complete the Thunder Magnet Side Quest in the Lakeside Stable. To do this, you’ll need to remove a lumberjack’s ax up in a stable to prevent lightning from striking him. The rubber armor is acquired by completing the Trial of the Shrine of Thunder in the Toh Yasha Shrine. It is west of the Ridgeland Tower. Finally, the rubber tights are found by completing the “A Song of Storms” quest that you received in the Qukah Nata Shrine. You can find this to the east of Faron Tower, south of Lake Calora.
Similar to the Snowquill and Rubber sets, be sure to use the Flamebreaker armor when traveling through fire and lava. Most of Death Mountain has been ridden with lava, so prepare with heat-resistant equipment before exploring. You can get this set by completing the “Refractory Lizard Summary” sidequest located in the southern mine.
For this quest you have to collect 10 refractory lizards and give them back to Kima. Once you’ve completed the quest, you can purchase the set at the armaments shop in Goron City for a whopping 3,300 rupees.
During your trip in Breath of the WildYou have to swim, sometimes upstream, to get where you need to go. That is why it is always best to be equipped with the Zora armor set, which will increase your swimming speed and let you swim right on top of waterfalls. You will receive the Zora armor from King Dorephan as part of the Divine Beast Vah Ruta quest.
The Zora oar is located at the bottom of Lake Toto northeast of Zora’s domain. Use magnesis to pull it up. For the Zora greaves you have to show Laflat a photo of a red maned lynel as part of the Lynel Safari Side Quest. Once you do this, you will be given the final piece of the Zora armor set.
You will do it much of climbing in this game. In fact, it’s one of the game’s most iconic and memorable features, thanks to the stamina mechanics and the ability to climb almost anything. To improve your climbing experience, get the climbing set that will increase your climbing speed. This is a miracle when trying to climb huge cliffs – especially if your stamina is low. The Climber Bandana is earned by completing the Timing is Critical Shrine quest at the Ree Dahee Shrine. You can find it in Dueling Peaks.
The climbing equipment is located in the Chass Qeta Shrine on Tenoko Island. This island is east of East Necluda in the Necluda Sea. The climbing boots are located north of it in the Tano O’ah Shrine, which is part of the Tahno O’ahs Blessing Shrine Quest.
Arguably the best armor in the game is the old armor, which reduces the damage done by old weapons and is generally high in damage resistance. It also looks super stylish. It’s not complicated to get, but it will take time. You need to complete Robbie’s Research Side Quest, which is located in the Akkala Ancient Tech Lab, very northeast of the map, just below Lomei Labyrinth Island.
The full set is available at the Akkala Ancient Tech Lab for a total of 6,000. However, you will have to trade in antique materials to gain access to them. Finding these materials occurs naturally when shrines are completed. Collect 60 old gears, five old screws, five old shafts, five old screws, and nine old cores for the entire set. While you’re at it, consider buying other old equipment like a spear and bow in the same place.
Armor of the wild
You might want to go with a more classic look. If so, the armor of the wild will suit your needs, but be prepared to put a lot of work into preserving it. This set will be rewarded for you after completing all 120 shrines in the entire game. It is given as part of the A Gift from the Monks Side Quest after completing all of the shrines.
Once you have visited the Forgotten Temple, you will have to pass several guards. The three chests contain the armor at the end of this area. The main attraction of Armor of the Wild is that you get the Master Sword Beam Up, which increases the effectiveness of ranged attacks by the Master Sword while at full health.
As silly as it looks, Tingle’s costume is actually pretty useful. It gives you a Night Speed Up Boost and you get some interesting looks from the citizens. And who wouldn’t want to pay homage to the crazy fairy themselves?
To get it you have to have it The Master Trials DLC, which is part of the Season Pass. Once you download it, you will have access to the EX Treasure: Fairy Clothes Side Quest which will grant you the full set upon completion. Tingle’s Hood is in the Exchange Ruins, the shirt is in the Castle Town Prison and the tights are in the Mabe Village Ruins. Use Magnesis to get the chests that contain each piece.
In another DLC armor you will need The master trials DLC to gain access to the Phantom Armor Set. Fans of Phantom hourglass and Spirit tracks You might remember this costume from those games, but the real benefit is the attack boost you get while wearing it. After downloading the DLC, complete the EX Treasure: Twilight Relic Side quest to receive this set.
The Phantom Helmet is found in the ruins of the Colosseum after defeating a powerful Lynel. Make sure you are prepared if you take it. You can find the phantom greaves in the ruins of the Hyrule Garrison owned by some guards, while the phantom armor is in the ruins of the sacred ground.
Phantom Ganon set
Is there anything more intimidating than dressing up as the evil Ganon? You can wear the entire Phantom Ganon set for as long as you have The Ballad of the Campions DLC. To get the set, you must complete the EX Treasure: Dark Armor Side quest by completing a small scavenger hunt. This set gives a huge boost to your stealth status and has high defenses – perfect for sneaking up on the hard-to-kill enemies.
The Phantom Ganon set is very easy in the hands. Look for the Ganon skull south of Lake Corta, the Ganon armor in a river north of the Sarjon Forest, and the greaves near some broken statues on the west side of the Ebara Forest.
Majora’s mask isn’t a complete armor set, but its effects are just as useful. Aside from how cool it looks, this is what you should wear to keep certain enemies from attacking you. These include Bokoblins, Lizalfos, Lynels, and Moblins. Approaching these enemies while wearing the mask will not make them hostile, which makes it a great way to move around without being disturbed. You will still provoke Chu Chu, Keese, Octorocks, and Wizzrobes.
To get it, you must have it The master of trials DLC that is part of the game’s Season Pass. You can buy it from the eShop for $ 19.99. Once you do, you will be introduced to the EX Treasure: Ancient Mask Side Quest. The mask is buried in the ruins of the Kolomo Garrison north of the Forest of Time.