Zelda Breath of The Wild Unbreakable Weapon Locations

Unbreakable weapons are items that have infinite durability in Legend of Zelda: Breath of The Wild. They never break, and can be used forever. No matter their stats, they’re great because they’re reliable. There’s only a handful of them, and you’ll have to work hard to get them. In this guide, we’re going to show you Zelda Breath of the Wild unbreakable weapon locations, how to get them.

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Unbreakable weapons in Zelda BoTW

Master Sword in Zelda BoTW

Master Sword is the legendary sword you’ve probably already seen, if you’ve ever played a Zelda game before. It’s powerful, it has emotional value for returning players, and it never breaks. It does need recharging after some use, though. It cannot be thrown, but it can shoot magic projectiles. If you want to know how to get it, check out our Master Sword location guide.

Hylian Shield in Zelda BoTW

Another recurring items, the Hylian Shield is known to older fans. It’s an indestructible shield that’s been passed down the Hyrulean royal family. You can get it after you beat the Stalnox boss in Hyrule Castle Underground. When you defeat the monster, it will spawn a chest. The shield will be inside. Hylian Shield has a very high durability which means it takes a long time before it breaks. When it breaks, it can not be repaired, but you can buy a new one from a secret vendor Grante. If you need the precise location and help with beating the boss, we have a detailed Hylian Shield location guide as well.

Ceremonial & Light Scale Trident

These two tridents can be obtained in the Zora’s Domain. They aren’t unbreakable, but a certain Zora blacksmith can repair them or make copies after you’ve worn them out. They’re expensive to replicate, but it’s a reliable method. You get the Light Scale Trident as reward for finishing the Divine Beast Vah Ruta quest. The Ceremonial Trident can be snatched from a pool in Zora’s Domain at any time. If you need precise instructions, we have a Ceremonial Trident location guide. When you’ve broken them, look for Dento, the old blacksmith in the lower area of Zora’s Domain. He’ll fix them up – for a steep price, though.