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If you have been collecting amiibo from the start, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is the perfect opportunity to cash-in on your investment with both the Wii U and Switch versions of the game.
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Every single amiibo released out there (including amiibo cards!) will work in the game, summoning cooking or crafting materials from the heavens for you to easily pick up, something that is rather handy in the early parts of this great adventure.
Throw in almost any Legend of Zelda amiibo and things get even more interesting, with chests dropping from the sky that can have anything from weapons to legendary outfits inside. Let us take a closer look to every single Zelda themed amiibo released so far.
The first time you scan Link a horse with maximum stats will be summoned. Yep, this is how you get Epona! Unless you register it at a stable, the amiibo will keep summoning the horse at your location. Once registered, it will start dropping chests that may contain one of the following unique clothing items:
This is the latest Legend of Zelda-themed Smash Bros. amiibo. Scanning Young Link will get you a bunch of fish and a range of Royal weaponry or arrows, but unfortunately there's no special costume associated with this one. Looks lovely, though!
Last but certainly not least, the Wolf Link amiibo will summon itself to your side. If you never played with it on the Wii U version of Twilight Princess HD it will default to having three heart containers. If you have played with it to progress in the Pit of Trials, it will have more hearts and be a much reliable aid.
This amiibo from ancient times will always drop three wooden crates. Inside you will find generous amounts of rupees and arrow bundles. It will also drop one-handed swords and shields inside the chest. If you get lucky, it will also drop a Tunic wore by the Knights of Skyloft:
The Gerudo Champion amiibo will always summon several types of meat. Her treasure chest may contain weapons of her tribe, including the beautiful Moonlight Scimitar. Get baffled with good fortune of the Gerudo desert and you might find the exclusive Divine Beast Vah Naboris Helm. You can use this Helm as part of the Ancient Armour Set, it will give you the same Guardian Resistance bonus plus Shock Resistance Level 1.
The Rito Champion amiibo will always summon arrow bundles and fruits. His treasure chest may contain weapons of his tribe, including the precise Falcon Bow. Get baffled with good fortune from the Rito mountains range and you might find the exclusive Divine Beast Vah Medo Helm. You can use this Helm as part of the Ancient Armour Set, it will give you the same Guardian Resistance bonus plus Cold Resistance Level 1.
The Zora Champion amiibo will always summon an assortment of fish. Her treasure chest may contain weapons of her people, including the Silverscale Trident. Get baffled with good fortune from the Zora waterfalls and you might find the exclusive Divine Beast Vah Ruta Helm. You can use this Helm as part of the Ancient Armour Set, it will give you the same Guardian Resistance bonus plus Swim Speed Up Level 1.
The Goron Champion amiibo will always summon a selection of assorted ores. His treasure chest may contain weapons of his people, including the devastating traditional Stone Smasher. Get baffled with good fortune from the hot winds of Death Mountain and you might find the exclusive Divine Beast Vah Rudania Helm. You can use this Helm as part of the Ancient Armour Set, it will give you the same Guardian Resistance bonus plus Flame Resistance Level 1.
Launching alongside The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening for Switch, at present this cute little chap registers as a generic amiibo in Breath of the Wild and gifts generic weapons similar to the Young Link variant. Unless Nintendo updates the game with specific support for these figures, you'll be getting fish and royal weaponry only. Disappointing, although we can always dream of Link's Awakening-specific costumes in a patch!
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I'm not sure if you could really justify using amiibo just for some gear/materials in a speedrun, but it sure would be hilarious. "In order to attempt the world record for BotW, you must have the correct amiibo."
When I was into the amiibo craze I didn't get the Link Smash Bros amiibo because I was focusing on getting all the rare ones first. Now that I hear it gives you Link's outfit from Twilight Princess I've frantically been searching for it and can't find one anywhere on store shelves. I've actually found all of the Breath of the Wild amiibo except for the Guardian but no Smash Bros Link. Oh well.
AND I OWN ALL OF THESE AMIIBO. I am a food mogul! Link could open his own store...if he wasn't being murdered all the time and having to eat a page of food to stay alive. Sigh. Been riding around with Epona for a bit and she is great. Sorry wild horses. I think some of the Link ones count twice because I tried scanning OOT Link and Smash Link and was told I could only scan the second amiibo once (meaning id already scanned it) I'll test again tonight when I get home. Didn't know about the Guardian...I was afraid it would drop a Guardian so I never scanned it.
I might buy one of the cheaper amiibo for the unlocks. Through the site of course! Hopefully if nintendolife know another outlet with better prices, they do right by their readers and link them as well, affiliate link or not. Otherwise someone might start making posts about SCamazon SCamiibo or something.
You wanna know something weird? My sister is playing Twilight Princess HD, and opened her Wolf Link amiibo. She has not done the Cave of Shadows yet. When I load Wolf Link into Breath of the Wild, he has the full 20 hearts. What's up with that?
EDIT: I tried using other amiibo previously and I'm certain I was told it wouldn't do anything... maybe I scanned in too many that day? (I know Hyrule Warriors would limit the number per day.) Regardless, I'll definitely try some other ones later on to get some bonus goodies! I never seem to be able to keep enough arrows in stock!
@2CUTE4YOU It is because the amiibo has no previous save data. It is kinda nice actually. If you bought the amiibo for BoTW it is useful out of the box. If you used it in TPHD it is a nice reward for your hard work.
@speedracer216 You can only receive items from an amiibo once a day, but you can save first and reload in order to have another try.And non-Zelda ones do work, but they don't give you much, and it's completely random.
@speedracer216 only Zelda amiibo will yield chests, others will only yield consumables. You can scan each amiibo once per day except for Wolf Link, he can be scanned anytime but if he dies you can't scan him again that day.
Oh, so it was a good thing I opened up my Guardian amiibo. Always opened up my amiibos without a second thought but when the Guardian came with a little paper meadow, I really did wonder whether to open up it or not. Anyway, I refain from using them until the postgame since I consider those bonuses cheating.
@BraveSonic If the game doesn't save after you scan the amiibo, then it doesn't count as being used at all. If that happens, I would just load the last save before you scanned her in. Of course if you didn't register her at all she will come back with the next scan anyway.
This game finally has me wanting to buy some amiibo. Unfortunately the main two I want (OoT link and Smash Bros link) are out of stock... How likely is it that they'll be restocked? Am I just too late?
I got all besides Sm4sh Zelda, Sheik, sm4sh toon link and OOT Link, really would like to get OOT Link some time, it's alright trying to have one of each of the "main" amiibo, but when Zelda was released with all the BOTW amiibo...I went a lil nuts.
It's a shame the other amiibo don't give out some rare items. Mario's Dungarees giving a small jump bonus or having Shulk's red shorts or even the Monado! Fire Emblem outfits, Falcon PUNCH Sword or Ryu's Karate Pyjamas. Or a Varia Suit of armour with heat resistance!
I have Smash Bros. Link and Wolf Link SCamiibo. Haven't used either. Haven't felt the need. I haven't used my registered horse either though I did build up 100% affinity. I've gone miles off the beaten track, was supposed to go to that first village early in the game, still haven't but have seen other villages, just as well so I left Spotty back at the stables. No way he'd be able to go where I am. This game is a colossal beast.
Love amiibo in this game. Absolutely useful, it feels so good to have awesome content like Wolf Link with 20 hearts and Epona that people who didn't pay for it don't have. Was getting sick and tired of my purchased amiibo DLC being useless things or in game items that everyone else can get without buying amiibo. I mean, a lot of it's in game here too but it's actually useful stuff that's rare.
"I have Smash Bros. Link and Wolf Link SCamiibo. Haven't used either. Haven't felt the need. I haven't used my registered horse either though I did build up 100% affinity. I've gone miles off the beaten track, was supposed to go to that first village early in the game, still haven't but have seen other villages, just as well so I left Spotty back at the stables. No way he'd be able to go where I am. This game is a colossal beast."
I love the amiibo functionality, I score the best gifts from Zelda characters. The rest make it rain meat. I've considered changing the Switch's date after each use to keep going and load up on meat skewers to sell at 120 a pop, but I've yet to test this. 041b061a72