Zelda BoTW How to get Green Tunic - Armor Customization

Green tunic is an outfit in Legend of Zelda. Many fans were interested to know if it’s in Zelda Breath of the Wild, so we set out to look for it. Unfortunately, we haven’t found it. We’ve found several of them – older ones unlocked through Amiibos, and a new one, called The Tunic of the Wild. We also found a way to customize armor, which allows you to paint a regular tunic green, and pretend it’s one and the same. In this guide, we’re going to show you how to get Green Tunic in Zelda Breath of The Wild, how to customize outfits.

how to get green tunic in zelda breath of the wild
How to get Green Tunic in Zelda Breath of The Wild

Zelda BotW Green Tunic – The Tunic of the Wild

It turns out that Zelda Breath of the Wild does have its own unique green tunic, after all. It’s different from the ones that came before, but it does play the part. It’s called The Tunic of the Wild, and thankfully, it’s not tied to scanning amiibos. You can get it by clearing all 120 shrines.

Green Tunic in Zelda BoTW

It seems the actual Green Tunic of old can be unlocked only through Amiibos. Thankfully, you can repaint pretty much everything. Just pick a combination with the appropriate form, take it to the dye shop and turn it green. It’s cheap and easy, and no one will know the difference.

Zelda BoTW Armor Customization

If you want to change the color of your outfit, you should visit a dye shop. There’s one in Hateno Village, south of Mount Lanaryu in the Necluda region. The shop is in the middle of the village, and you’ll recognize it by the color vats above the door. Talk to the vendor, and he’ll tell you all about the process. Here’s the step-by-step:

  1. Select the armor combination you want to repaint. They’ll repaint everything you’re wearing at the time.
  2. Choose the color you like – there’s a preview, so you’ll know the outcome before you commit.
  3. Select the ingredients to give them in order to make the pigment. The ones that can be used will be highlighted.
  4. Pay a 20 rupee fee.

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6 COMMENTS

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    Cameron Calvert

    Wrong. Tunics including ocarina of time, wibdwaker and twilight princess tunics and hats are all in the game. If you did a little research before writing this you’d have found out. They were found in the gsmes files including icons but not sure how to obtain them yet.

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      Gosu No0b

      You should do your own research because all of those are unlocked via special amiibo. They are in the game but you have to dish out extra money for them and can’t be obtained otherwise. Iconic green tunic as such is not obtainable and the closest you will get to it is the completing all shrines reward.

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        Thabass

        While true, if you beat all 120 Shrines, you can get the old school attire.

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          Corey

          you get the old school attire with the 8-bit link too

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            StarDust4Ever

            Wrong. I have the 8-bit 30th Anniversary Link Amiibo, scanned it, and it gave me three chests containing an arrow, apple, and some rupees. Pretty lowball stuff. What a downer…

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            Swabbeldap

            wrong again. the chests drop something random each time, and you just have to be lucky to get the tunic, i mean i got it from the same amiibo youre using so…

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