Zelda: Kingdom’s Tears players can’t guarantee Korok’s safety, steel to grill

Corox Returns to Zelda: Kingdom’s Tears. As with its predecessor, Breath of the Wild, Link can search the lands of Hyrule to find these forest spirits, and bring the seeds back to Hestu. Like in Breath of the Wild, Hestu will then add these seeds to his precious maracas, do a little flashing, and give you a new weapon slot. It’s all very useful.

Or, at least, she was in Breath of the Wild. However, Tears of the Kingdom has upped the ante when it comes to the mysteries of Korok. This time, Link often has to reunite Korok’s two estranged companions. That sounds innocent enough — who wouldn’t want to see two long-lost friends reunite? Well, obviously many of the Kingdom’s Tears players, that’s who they are.

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Thanks to the sequel’s new Ultrahand ability, which allows Link to pick up, move, and spin objects (Koroks included), many players have resorted to fusing these nasty launchers into crosses, missiles, and even spits that roast innocent lives.

I’ll start with a few posts about what the internet has called the Korok Space Program (transition, Kerbals). So, without further ado, three, two, one, go!

The game only has to win the game of the year to allow you to do this:
Via u/amboredentertainme at Kingdom’s Tears

At least we get to see this land, and despite the turbulence and stumbles, Korok seems to be doing just fine.

Korok space programme
via u/feel_your_feelings_ in Crying for the Kingdom

This Tears of the Kingdom player may have had some good intentions, however, as they note, “The extra weight had some unexpected effects for today’s launch.”

This player used all the Zonai missiles they had and, well, “Yahaha Korok go zoom”.

Now, we come to the tears of the king’s crucifixion.

I wonder if this player really realized what he was doing in the beginning, but Korok definitely got crucified, intentional or not.

This book is really over the top.

A few more examples of the different ways players have harnessed their Ultrahand powers, but I’m not sure how they categorize exactly. trains?

Korok turns a toy buggy into a bumper car. It’s the little “cautious” at the end that makes me feel.

Korok another “oof”. Again, I’m not sure this player was expecting this to happen.

Now, I’ve saved my personal favorite for last. Here we have the Korok Rotisserie Machine, for when you want it tasty and crunchy on the outside, but just as tasty on the inside. Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

While Edwin didn’t mention whether or not he tried cooking korok, he was still impressed by Kingdom’s Tears. Eurogamer magazine Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom called the sequel “Breath of the Wild a great follow-up with some great new systems, stunning scenery, more dungeon spaces, plus a slightly deadlier focus on resource gathering”, and awarded the game four stars. .

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