How to Farm Arrows Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

If you need to know how to farm arrows in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom, you’ve come to the right place. There will be times when you can’t breathe for arrows, but then a boss will come along and drain your entire supply. So, how can you get more arrows in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom? Let’s find out!

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How to Farm Arrows Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

How to Farm More Arrows in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

There are several ways you can farm arrows in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom. For one, you can use amiibos, since scanning some of them grants you various weapons. There’s also breaking every single crate you come across, especially around Great Sky Island. These don’t respawn, but still, it’s a good way to stock up. Speaking of stock up, there are a number of weapon stores in Hyrule that sell arrows. They restock their wares at around midnight, but you do have to be in a different area at the time. And they won’t stock more arrows if you have over fifty of them. Another fun method is to use a wooden shield and just let enemies fire at you. Hold ZL to block, and when you let go, the arrows go straight to your inventory.

Some areas that are good to farm arrows in Zelda Tears of the kingdom, according to Reddit user IchigoRadiance, include the Garden of Time (west of Gutanbac shrine), as well as the areas around Ukuoh shrine and Nachoyah shrine. All of these places have Constructs with bows. When defeated, they drop arrows, plus there are loose ones all around and still more in the boxes. Makurukis shrine is another place to visit because it houses more Construct archers. Don’t forget to use the trick with the wooden bow for even more arrows. And there you have it. If you know of other good methods, let us know in the comments.

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