Rupees are the currency used in Zelda Breath of The Wild. They’re really hard to get, and you’ll need a whole lot of them. Armor is expensive, housing even more so. If you just sell the stuff you find, the steady trickle of money won’t cover your needs. Thankfully, we’ve found a great way to farm rupees. In this guide, we’re going to show you how to make money in Zelda Breath of The Wild.
How to make money in Zelda Breath of The Wild
The best way to make money is to visit a certain gambling den. It’s located in Lurelin Village, in the southeast of the East Necluda region (west of the Necluda sea). Once there, look for a house across the road from the merchant. It’s the one with jewels on the board above the door. Inside, you’ll find a suspicious bald character and three chests. He’ll let you play what amounts to a shell game.
All Shrine locations in Zelda BotW
You only need 10 rupees to start, but ideally, you’ll arrive with at least a hundred. The highest bet you can make is 100 rupees. When you place your bet, he’ll hide the cash in one of the chests. If you’re lucky, you can triple your money. So here’s how you should approach it:
- Save your progress.
- Talk to him.
- Choose the 100 rupees option.
- If you at least return your investment, continue playing.
- If you don’t, reload and try again.
The results are random – there’s no way to know where the money will be, but the rounds are pretty quick. We made about 3000 rupees in 20 minutes, but have heard of others with even better luck. It’s boring, and it can be a pain, but if it’s money you’re looking for, this is the way to get it.
Snowling mini game
Super Gut Climbing Game
- There is a chest with 600 rupees on the island NE of Mount Lanayru
- Use your magnesis to get 100 rupees chest from the lake in the Oasis