Get the Master Sword Back TOTK – Just like in the game’s predecessor, weapons tend to wear out as time passes, so every weapon in the game must go after a while. It is possible to get the Master sword back in the game; however, as we’ve just mentioned, it’ll be for a limited time.
What truly happens is that once you’ve got Master Sword in the game, eventually, it’ll make the game way too easy for you given that you’ll just be able to speed through shrines and lynels, but the developers took it up as a challenge to make sure that doesn’t happen. Princess Zelda in the game takes the sword away from Link in a scene, making sure that nothing’s too easy in the game!
So, this article will guide you on getting Master Sword back in Zelda’s Tears of the Kingdom; keep reading!
How to get Master Sword back in Zelda TOTK
You’ll be able to get your hands on the sword only if you’ve got two full rings of stamina, which you can level up by completing shrines. So if you haven’t got the same, we guess that it’s time for some grinding. On the other hand, if you do, let’s get the process started!
The best way to get your hands on the Master Sword once it’s gone is to land on the top of the Light Dragon. The master sword rests on the Light Dragon’s head. The light dragon, however, follows a very specific path, one you might know if you’ve played the game long enough.
The Dragon can sometimes be high into the sky, so you’ll need to jump off something high to get on top of it using your paraglider. Doing this through a water temple or a Zonai device would be your best shot!
You’ll need to make it onto the Light Dragon, and once you’ve done the same, scoot over to its head and press the A button to grab the resting Master Sword out of the Dragon’s head, this’ll cost you two full stamina wheels, though! Once you do all this, a cutscene will play, confirming that you’ve got the sword to yourself for some more time now!
So that was all about how to bring the Master Sword back in Zelda’s Tears of the Kingdom.
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That’s all, folks!
Last Updated on May 22, 2023
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