Zelda TOTK Silver Lynel Locations

Not sure where to find Silver Lynel locations in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom? Lynels, one of the toughest enemies in Hyrule, are back in TOTK! Although challenging, defeating them is also rewarding due to the necessary ingredients for elixirs and armor upgrades. In this guide, we explain where to find Silver Lynels in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom.

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Zelda TOTK Silver Lynel Locations

Zelda Tears of the Kingdom Silver Lynel Locations

So, let’s not beat around the bush here. Instead, let’s cut straight to the chase. The first question here is – are Silver Lynels even in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom? The good news is yes, there are, alongside Blue, White, and Red Lynels. However, if they are in the game, where to find them? The answer is rather simple. Just like Breath of the Wild, Zelda Tears of the Kingdom has a similar system of hidden progression and experience. While you don’t see a traditional progression in the form of levelling up your character, there’s actually a hidden system that does this for you. As you play and explore, you will unlock stronger gear with bigger numbers, encounter stronger enemies, and find some rare opponents. And the same goes for Zelda TOTK Silver Lynels.

Namely, they are rare enemies, and they will not appear from the get-go. Rather, a hidden scaling system will take care of it. Gradually, the game will start introducing them at locations where you can usually encounter Lynels. Eventually, you’ll start seeing more and more Silver Lynels. And that’s about all you need to know about this. They are in the game and they will start showing up as you progress. You will need them to upgrade many things, such as the Fierce Deity Armor. And in case you don’t know where to find others, check out our Tears of the Kingdom Lynel Locations Map.

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