Legend Of Zelda Breath of the Wild: Location For The Wild Tunic
Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild - Wild Tunic Guide
(Last Updated On: March 16, 2017)

One of the classic sets of armor featured in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is called the “Wild Tunic”. You can actually get your hands on the tunic without actually using an Amiibo and there's a guide that teaches you how.

So first off all, you'll need to complete all 120 shrines. When you go to access the final shrine orb, the final monk will inform you that you must go to the Forgotten Temple for one final test.

You can check out the video below from Beardbear to see how to complete the process, step-by-step.

After receiving the quest to visit the Forgotten Temple, proceed to Hebra Tower at the northwest section of the map.

When you teleport to Hebra Tower, use the Paraglider to travel east by northeast along the cliff's ridge. You'll see how to get there at the 3:30 mark in the video.

You'll need to travel for about a minute or so, and then glide downward when it looks like you've reached a flat surface. If you keep traveling downward you'll find that the cliff changes into a more symmetrical structure.

Travel down and into the Forgotten Temple where all the Guardians are located. Travel through the temple and dodge all the laser fire while using the wind to glide through. Head past the Rona Kachta Shrine inside the temple and there will be three chests that include the Tunic of the Wild, Trousers of the Wild and the Cap of the Wild.

Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild - Wild Tunic

When you put the outfit on it will be reminiscent to Link's old garb from the original Legend of Zelda II on the NES.

Once you have the outfit, you can then go around in the boy shorts, kicking butt and taking names while wearing a green man dress.

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is available right now for the Nintendo Switch and the Wii U.


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