Flamebreaker Armor is an outfit in Zelda Breath of The Wild. It provides heat and lava resistance to Link, making it possible to enter volcanic areas and not worry about combusting. It can be bought from stores, but it’s pretty expensive. Luckily, there’s an easy way to get a piece, which will be enough for starters. In this guide, we’re going to show you how to get heat & lava resistance armor in Zelda Breath of The Wild, how to survive heat before you get it.
How to get Flamebreaker Armor in Zelda Breath of The Wild
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The first thing you need to do is head to Foothill Stable, south of the giant volcano in the north-east. You’ll see a girl with a broom in front of the stable. Her name is Gaile. Talk to her, and buy 3 Fireproof Elixirs. You’ll need 150 rupees, which you can get using our money making guide.
Take the road north, into the Eldin region. Follow it until you pass a wooden bridge across a lava stream. This part is called Southern Goron Mine.
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As soon as you’re off the bridge, look to your left. You should see a weary traveler called Kima. She’ll offer you the Flamebreaker armor in exchange for 10 Fireproof Lizards.
They’re not hard to find, but they spook easily, so you’ll have to sneak up on them. Look around the area between the two bridges. If you catch all the ones that roam freely and still don’t have enough, you can lift rocks and find them under. Just keep in mind you need to press the grab button as soon as you start lifting the rock, or else the lizard will escape.
Once you’ve got 10, talk to Kima again, and she’ll give you the suit. If you want the helmet and trousers, you’ll have to visit Goron City farther up the road. Go to the armor store there and you’ll see them on display. The Flamebreaker Boots cost 700 rupees, while the Flamebreaker Helmet is a whooping 2000.