How to beat Stone Talus Use the Stone Talus Heart in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom

The Talus is a recurring monster in the Legend of Zelda series, and Kingdom Tears Bring them back to style. Whether it’s Battle Talus with her friends from Bokoblin, or simple but deadly stone talusthese enemies pack quite the punch.

If you’ve ever shot down any of these giants, you might think you can run around and do the same thing for everyone, but there are subtle differences you’ll want to know. For example, The Stone Talus can kill you as you drop it to the ground.

Plus, Stone Talus has an annoying habit of trying to be Basarios and burying himself in the ground, ready to pie unexpected Hyrule heroes.

Where to find the stone in Kingdom’s Tears

the first stone talus You’ll likely stumble across Crenel Hill Cave. This is just north of the Battle Talus you’ll find on Orstedd Bridge, but it’s a little trickier.

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Head into the cave and make a loop around the outside, breaking all the mining points you can, but be careful not to get in the water. This is how Talus lies…

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How to defeat the stone in Kingdom’s Tears

As with other Talus, a good few bow and arrows is vital to your success. We’ve tried this with bombs and all kinds of items thrown in, but this is a quick way to get the game over. Check to make sure you have a solid inventory of stocks before entering.

At first, he madly lunges to jump over Talus’ head as he wakes up.

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This is a great way to “cheat” the first bit of damage from this boss. With a one-handed weapon equipped, you have time to achieve exactly 12 hits before you need to run up and slide off his back. If you hold on to him, he will throw you off his back, and take a quarter of the heart. This may not sound like much, but it is important if you have five hearts or less.

Run away, making sure to dodge any projectiles that are thrown at you, then turn around and shoot the blue glowing rock on its back. Get ready for a mad dash again, but be careful because when he hits the dirt (that’s when he’s ready to climb the top), his head’s impact on you if you jump the gun can take out more than four of your hearts if you’re wearing low-level armor.

Again, quickly run, jump, climb onto his head. This Talus stands up faster than its Battle Talus cousin – if you’re used to that battle – so make sure you’re quick. Again, you have time for 12 visits.

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Depending on your weapon, repeat this one more time or two before the other one bites the dust.

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How to use the Heart of Talos Luminous Stone

with a full set of gems (Luminous stoneAnd amberAnd RubyAnd opal), the talus stone falls a Heart luminous stone Talos. Like the Flux Building 1 Core And Stone Talus Heart, you can’t pick this up – what you can do is attach it to a weapon to give it massive damage.

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Simply equip a weapon that has not yet been fused (we used the Zonaite Sword), use the Fuse ability and create Luminous Stone Hammer. The attack power jumped from 6 to 21, granting an enormous power +21 attack.

That’s huge, and considering you’re about to mess around with some poor, unsuspecting Pokoblin, it really gives a whole new twist to the phrase “kill them with love”…

Note: You can integrate Talus Heart into your armor, but it doesn’t give you any stats, making it a waste of an extremely rare item.

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