How to Fuse Arrows Zelda Tears of the Kingdom, Fire Arrows

Knowing how to fuse arrows and get fire arrows in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom is advantageous for reasons that should be obvious. For example, fiery projectiles can make battles much easier (especially if you ignite explosive barrels). Same goes for certain puzzles; sure, there usually other ways to solve them, but distance is often preferable. Trouble is, there don’t seem to be any fire arrows to be found. What are you supposed to do? Let’s talk about how to fuse items to arrows in TotK.

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How to Fuse Arrows Zelda Tears of the Kingdom, Fire Arrows
How to Fuse Arrows Zelda Tears of the Kingdom, Fire Arrows

How to Fuse Arrows Zelda Tears of the Kingdom, Fire Arrows

In order to get fire arrows in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom, you have to fuse them. As far as we can tell, there’s no way to find them in chests or drops from enemies or anything like that. So, what you’ll need are some arrows, a bow, and Fire Fruits. Now it’s time for some finger gymnastics. Equip the bow and draw an arrow by pressing and holding ZR (the right trigger). Then, press and hold the up arrow on the d-pad. Use the right analog stick to cycle through all the various materials you have on hand. Find the Fire Fruit and let go of the up arrow. Boom, you now have a fire arrow. You first learn about this in the In-Isa shrine, by the way.

And there you go, that’s how you fuse arrows with items in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom. As you might have already guessed, you can use this system to make all sorts of arrows. For example, Ice Fruits make ice arrows, Shock Fruits electric arrows, Bomb Flowers exploding arrows, you get the idea. Heck, even certain monster materials can craft useful stuff. Put an eyeball on an arrow, and it will become a homing projectile. It’s a lot of fun to experiment with this stuff, so feel free to tell us about your own discoveries in the comments. And if you need assistance with something else in Tears of the Kingdom, check out our other guides, like Great Sky Island Shrines and others.

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