The best weapon fusions in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom range from Bomb Flower Arrows to Silver Lynel Blade.
The Japanese game giant Nintendo has done it again with the release of The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. From what many reviews say, the sequel is better in many ways than Breath of the Wild. The addition of new skills and the return of old ones. Especially Ultrahand and Fuse, have made the game better in many different ways. They let players make as many different combos of transportation and weapons as they can think of. This lets their imaginations run wild as they explore the huge world of Hyrule.
A flamethrower, a hammer, a long stick, and so much more are all examples of possible weapons. Even though the durability of weapons is still a problem. Fusing them gives them more power and more ways, including elemental ones, to kill opponents. Here are some of the best ways for players to put together cards.
This choice gives a new meaning to the saying, “The best offense is a good defense.” In Tears of the Kingdom, players can quickly kill enemies with the help of this combo. The protection not only keeps them safe, but it also hits pretty hard. When an enemy hits Link’s shield after he has fused a Bomb Barrel to it. It will explode and do a lot of damage right away.
With this combination, each hit they take costs them one Bomb Barrel. Even though these barrels can’t be put in the inventory. It’s a great way for Link to make use of things that are sitting around. Even though any shield will work, players should choose one with a lot of durability and defense in case they don’t have Bomb Barrels or want to skip that choice.
This fusion is a strong choice that lets players stop monsters when they hit them. They can make it by melting big icicles into small pieces that can be fused together. By putting them on a long-range weapon, like a stick. They can attack from a safe distance and freeze enemies, doing damage with the ice.
Gamers can get some breathing room when they are outnumbered by using this mix of elements. But it works best when there are fewer enemies to fight. For more gain, you should choose a weapon with more damage, like a Royal Halberd or a Royal Guard’s Spear. In Tears of the Kingdom, players can also take the safer way and freeze their enemies first. Then, they can switch their weapons to one that does elemental damage, like fire or thunder, and quickly take care of any enemies they come across.
Bomb Flower Arrows
This fusion is easy, and players don’t have to go on a special hunt to do it. Bomb Flowers are very common in the huge world of Hyrule. And they make great weapons with a large area of effect (AoE). By putting them on arrows, players can shoot special versions from a safe distance that do a lot of damage and can even push enemies off hills.
Since these can be used right away, players can stock up on them and use them whenever they get the chance. These are especially helpful when you need to get rid of a lot of low-level enemies or do a lot of damage to a boss. When you use these with a higher-level bow, like the Great Eagle Bow or the Royal Bow, you get more out of them.
Muddle Bud Arrows
In Tears of the Kingdom, Muddle Bud Arrows are a great combo that can be used both early and late in 8 Ball Pool game. This item gives off a strong smell that can throw off enemies. Which makes it useful when fighting a group of them.
The Muddle Bud confuses enemies and makes them fight each other. Giving Link time to run away or let stronger enemies pick off the weaker ones. This fusion can be very helpful because there are many places in Hyrule where a lot of enemies are waiting to attack.
With this long fusion, players can do a lot of damage to enemies who are moving quickly. It is very important in fights that require quick reactions or for people who have trouble shooting on the Nintendo Switch. They can make these unique arrows by combining arrows with the eyeballs of Keese, Aerocuda, or Ocotorok.
Simply put, these variations lock on to the target and hit hard, giving players a little bit of leeway with their aim. Even though the fusion helps them hit more accurately. It shouldn’t be used in group fights because it might hit the wrong enemy.
Spiked Iron Ball Hammer
In Tears of the Kingdom, the Spiked Iron Ball Hammer is very important. Because it makes quick work of enemies with armor. It does 29 damage with its flat side. The Royal Claymore does 14 damage and the Spiked Iron Ball does 15. Even though it does a lot of damage on its own, the most important thing about it is that it can break enemy armor and leave them open to other physical attacks.
In a pinch, if a player doesn’t have the Spiked Iron Ball, they can make a makeshift hammer by fusing their best sword to the rocks that are all over Hyrule. But they should get Spiked Iron Balls from Bokoblin Camps and keep them in a neat pile in a handy place so they always have some to use.
Silver Lynel Blade
In Tears of the Kingdom, horns from different Lynel enemies can be used to make great attack fusions. Using the Royal Guard’s Claymore from Hyrule Castle is one of the most powerful pairings a player can make. Its base damage is 32, but when it is badly hurt, that damage doubles to 64. In this state, it can be merged with the Silver Lynel Saber Horn to make the total damage 174.
You can farm drops from the Armored Lynel, which is the hardest of its kind, to get the Silver Lynel Saber Horn. Keep in mind that the damage goes up only when the weapon is badly broken. So players should stop using it before it’s completely gone. They can go to Tarrey Town and talk to NPC Pelison to have him break up the fusion without destroying it. Then, they can put the parts back together to make a new set.
The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is available for Nintendo Switch.