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Zelda: Breath Of The Wild Tips For Sailing Faster Without A Korok Leaf

By Alessia Amherst , Mar 17, 2017 04:00 AM EDT
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Navigate through large bodies of water on a boat in Zelda: Breath Of The Wild. (Photo : JammerProHD/YouTube)

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild contains vast seas that can be traversed with sailboats usually scattered around the area. Players can use a variety of ways like using the Korok leaf to make the boat move. However, there is actually a simpler method to navigating the wooden raft.

Using A Korok Leaf To Move The Boat

There are times when swimming or using the Cryosis of the Sheikah Slate is not enough when crossing wide rivers or large lakes in Breath of the Wild. Here, players have the option to board one of the sailboats found at the edge of the water. In spite of this, fans still have to personally navigate the boat for it to actually start moving.

According to USgamer, one way for players to get their raft moving is by generating wind while standing on the logs. The easiest method to do this is by using a Korok leaf, which creates gusts during every attack. Furthermore, players can easily charge up the weapon to summon a power blast of wind to get it moving.

Luckily enough, players can find this certain weapon near abandoned rafts or from fallen trees. Keep in mind that this method is actually quite tedious and requires plenty of effort to keep the boat moving. In light of this, there is actually a much simpler and effective method to navigating the small vessel.

An Easier Method To Explore In The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild

YouTuber GameXplain shared a video showing how fans can use a metallic object and Magnises from the Sheikah Slate to push the raft in any direction. Firstly, players must drop the item, like a metallic weapon, on the boat and use the Slat's ability. From there, all players need to do is push the weapon against the main mast to get the boat moving.

Moreover, players can even control the speed of the boat by simply adjusting the d-pad. Even so, this method still has its own quirks, as the initial positioning of the weapon is quite difficult to pin down. Once players manage to find the perfect angle, they can easily start exploring the high seas in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.

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