Best Way to farm Dragon Fangs in Zelda TOTK

Dragon Fangs in TOTK – Are you struggling with how you can obtain the Dragon Fangs in Zelda’s latest Tears of the Kingdom? Worry not; we have you covered! Here is all you need to know about the best way to farm Dragon Fangs in Tears of the Kingdom. Keep reading to find out!

Light Dragon's Fang in TOTK

How can you farm Dragon Fangs in Zelda TOTK?

As said earlier, getting the Dragon fangs is pretty simple, but with just a little extra effort. The trick is to target the dragon’s face in the game. Now be it Farosh, Dinraal, Light Dragon, or Naydra, just shoot at their face with an arrow, and it will drop 1 of Fang. If you are still unsure as to how you need to do this, then follow the steps below to obtain the Fang:

  1. Firstly go and find the dragon whose fangs you want to obtain. We have already written articles on the Location of Dragons in TOTK:

  2. When you have reached the spawn location of the dragon, then head to the nearby Skyview tower. 
  3. From there, launch yourself in the sky and then glide using your paraglider to fly till you find the dragon of your choice. 
  4. After you spot it, glide near its face and grab your bow and arrow.
  5. Now, to get Light Dragon’s fang, fire at its face when the dragon’s mouth is closed.
    How to get Dragon Fang in TOTK
  6. To get Naydra Dragon’s fang, you must fire aiming at its tongue.
  7. To get Farosh Dragon’s fang, fire at its face when the dragon’s mouth is opened.

We advise that you first land on the face of the dragon and then fire the arrow, as this will reduce the probability of you missing the shot. However, before you hop on, do make sure that to avoid elemental damage, you have the necessary armor. 

That pretty much sums up everything there is to know about the best way to farm Dragon fangs in Tears of the Kingdom.

If you think this guide has helped you, then let us know in the comment section below. Also, you can check out our other guides on Zelda Tears of Kingdom. Good luck!

That’s all, folks!

Last Updated on January 4, 2024

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