How To Use Flux Construct 1 Core Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

If you don’t know how to use the rotating spiky cylinder that drops from Flux Construct I, we’ve got you covered! One of the very first boss encounters in the game will be against Flux Construct I in Great Sky Island in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom. Once you beat him, he’ll drop a mysterious green item with spikes which rotates. If you don’t know how to pick and where to use the Flux Construct 1 Core, read on!

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Spike Item Flux Construct I Core Explained Zelda TOTK

How to Pick up Flux Construct I Core in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom.

First things first. If you don’t know how to beat the Flux Construct I boss, we have a separate guide for that. However, once you beat the Construct, it will drop a strange rotating spiky cylinder. You can not add this item to your inventory. The only way to pick up the Flux Construct I Core is via some of your abilities – Ultrahand or Fuse. However, you will still not be able to put the item into inventory. Only to move it around and do something else – but what?

How and Where to Use Flux Construct I Core in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom.

Now that we know you can pick up the Flux Construct I Core in Zelda TOTK with your Ultrahand or Fuse, what to do with them? Well, you will be able to fuse this rotating spiky cylinder with any of your weapons or shields. If you don’t know how to use Fuse, check out our separate guide on the topic.

In short, ensure you have a desired weapon or shield equipped, the one on which you want to fuse the Flux Construct I Core. Once you have it, press the corresponding button to fuse the item you want. Fusing it will give your weapon +10 damage! Be careful, though! Once you fuse it, you can infuse it, but the Core will break! Hence, choose wisely! With that said, our guide is completed!

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