How to Make Magic Wands Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

Knowing how to make magic wands in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom allows you to turn even regular, low-level weapons into powerful tools. Have a pithy rusty sword or regular ole stick that you want to turn into a fireball machine? Even really early in the game to have long range weapon? Then this is the guide for you! Let’s dive in!

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how to make magic wands zelda tears of the kingdom
How to Make Magic Wands Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

How to Make Zelda Tears of the Kingdom Magic Wands

To make magic wands in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom, you need to fuse different gems with weapons. By weapons, I mean literally any melee weapon. Even the basic tree branch can work, but it can also be a sword, a club, whatever you have on hand. Fusing a weapon with a gem will grant you a different elemental attack. A topaz will let you cast bolts of lightning, a ruby gives you fireballs, a sapphire ice blasts, and an opal will cast water orbs. All you need to do to trigger these attacks is swing the fused weapon. Diamonds don’t turn an item into a wand, but they do boost the weapon’s raw damage by about twenty-five points.

And there you go, that’s how you can make magic wands in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom. There might be regular wands that you can find in treasure chests or as drops from specific enemies; it’s too early to tell. However, the fact that you can craft them yourself makes them some of the most powerful weapons you can get in the early game. I mean, a rusty sword can only do so much damage. But fuse that rusty sword into a lightning wand and watch how quickly the tide turns. The effect lasts as long as the durability of the weapon. Yes, even if you don’t hit anything with that weapon, it’s life will still drain. Sad but true.

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