Here's How To Buy Real Life Spirit Orbs From Zelda: Breath Of The Wild

Zelda: Breath of the Wild players can now buy their own spirit orbs that are modeled from the same items in the game. Link earns these orbs after successfully completing the various trials found in Shrines scattered around the cast lands of Hyrule.

Order A Personal Spirit Orb

In the latest Zelda title, Link ditches the stand four heart containers for something more streamlined as he must visit various Sheikah Shrines to gain orbs. If he manages to collect four, Link can go to any Goddess Statue (usually found in towns) to exchange them for either a Heart Container or Stamina Vessel. Now, players can obtain their own orbs in real life but unfortunately cannot be exchanged for more life or energy.

GameRadar shares that CuteMonsterProps is selling their personal creation on Etsy for $60. These orbs are around 2 3/4" in diameter and are created wth glass balls and a flat bottom meaning they are not exact replicas. The seller uses laser etching to make the 3D design in the center while using special spray paint for that purple sheen.

Upgrade Health And Stamina In Zelda: Breath Of The Wild

For those who opt to collect the orbs in-game, Ranked Boost shares that players will get one of these items for every shrine challenge completed. With this in mind, players will have to complete four Shrines to upgrade either their stamina or maximum life. This is one of the major highlights in BotW as these Shrines are scattered all over Hyrule with some of them even having their own prerequisites before Link can enter them.

Those looking for a Goddess Statue can find them in Kakariko Village, Gerudo town, Zora's Domain, Hateno Village, Goron City and Rito Village. Players can also encounter one in the ravaged Temple of Time and the various springs around the map. Those who want to start collecting Spirit Orbs and join the adventure can get Zelda: Breath of the Wild for the Wii U or Nintendo Switch.

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