Korok seeds are collectibles in Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. They’re tiny yellow seeds obtained from Korok, a race of tiny, enigmatic forest creatures. Each time you find a Korok, it will reward you with a seed. It’s easier said than done, as finding them usually involves solving a puzzle of some kind. In this guide, we’re going to show you all Zelda Breath of the Wild Korok seed locations, how to solve the puzzles and get them.
9. Examine the sparkles under the wooden bridge
10. Throw a small stone in the center
11. Take a stone block from the ground and place it on the wall
12. Find a stone nearby and put it in the center of the circle
13. The stone is next to the ruins
Korok seed locations in West Necluda
In the western part of the West Necluda map, you’ll spot a ruins on the hill. Go up the stairs, pick up a huge rock, and you’ll find Korok.
Just a little further near the river you’ll spot balloons in the sky, with huge red aim marks on them. Go up the hill, destroy them and get another seed.
For another one you’ll need Climber’s Bandanna that improves your climbing activities. In order to reach and examine the top of the huge flag pole you’ll have to refill your stamina several times. Use Energizing Mushroom Skewer that instantly refills some of your Stamina Wheels. You will need Stamella Shroom to cook this meal.
Once you reach Kakariko Village place some apples on the plates in front of the frogs.
Where to find Korok seeds in BoTW
The preview footage we’ve seen has only shown two Korok. One was at a shrine near a graveyard. There were two statues with offering plates. One had an apple on it, the other didn’t. When Link dropped an apple on the second plate, a Korok appeared and gave him the seed.
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The other one was easier to figure out, but required a certain amount of stamina to perform. Link found a yellow, glowing flower on a coast. When he approached it, the flower disappeared, then reappeared nearby. This happened several times, leading him across a wide river. Finally, the flower turned into a Korok and rewarded him.
The description you get when receiving the seed says they have a distinct smell. Their use isn’t apparent, but the text hints that you’d want to gather a bunch. There’s probably a way to trade them in or use them in a ritual, or something. There are rumors claiming there’s more than 900 of them in the game, so gathering a bunch shouldn’t be too problematic.
We’ll update this guide with more information once the game is released, on March 3rd. If you know of any other Korok seed locations, feel free to let us know in the comments.