This Kingdom Parachutist’s Tears trick lets you fly forever

So you overestimated how much stamina you had left while you parachuted Link over Hyrule. Don’t worry: if you have a Zonai Wing from a Zonai distributor in your inventory, you’re in luck. Although it takes a little practice to get the physics right, dropping safely from a glider onto a Zonai wing will restore your stamina and allow you to blast off for some distance before you’re ready to take off again. With enough wings, you can paraglide almost forever. seriously.

The Legend of Zelda: Kingdom’s Tears Set in a sprawling open world with massive heights and distances to travel. like the previous one, Breath of the WildAnd Totk It has a few light survival challenges, managing protagonist Link’s stamina is one of them. As you climb rooftops, run across open planes, swim, and hang on with your glider to traverse vast distances, your stamina meter will deplete. Once it runs out, if you’re climbing, swimming, or paragliding, you’re in for a bit of trouble. While paragliding, you will simply begin to fall – and from a sufficiently high distance, this will lead to your certain death. But as it turns out, with one of the game’s newest hardware, you can quickly restore your stamina in the air.

How to paraglide forever with zunai wings

I saw this technology for the first time On Reddit, with permission from user Temporary_Process_37. It sounds rather easy: Spread your Zonai Wing while gliding so it is born under you, let go of the parachute, relax while your stamina regenerates. It can be easy to make a mess if you’re not careful, so let’s go over it step by step.

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For this to work, you obviously need to have parachutist, as well as a Zonai Wing in your inventory (I’ll highlight one place to find wings in a moment). Also, until you get the hang of it, Practice landing the Zonai wing with a quarter (or more) of your stamina remaining. In the beginning, it’s easy to miss the landing, causing you to fall even more. Deploying a wing won’t work in free fall, so you need to have some stamina left in case of failure. When you get used to it, you can pull this close to depleting your stamina.

While gliding, reduce your speed by leaving the left stick in the neutral position. If you’re pushing it forward to increase speed, it won’t spread the wing in the right place (same if you’re pulling the stick back), and it will fall. You’ll know it’s safe to deploy the wing if there are no vapor trails (the white lines) coming out of the ends of the glider. If you see these, you are moving too fast. Push up on the d-pad and select Zonai Wing.

If you’re going at the right speed, the Zonai Wing will deploy right in front of you, dropping low enough for you to land safely. You can relax in the suite for as long as you need, provided it goes in the direction you want it to go. Depending on your direction, wing jumping is a bit tricky as you may end up falling back. Alternatively, to continue paragliding with ease, simply exit the Zonai Wing.

Where to find deployable zunai wings?

Zonai wings can be found scattered throughout the game, but you can’t just get one and put it in your inventory. You will need to find a Zonai distributor. Throw some Zonai charges at these and you’ll get a random set of orbs containing any number of Zonai devices. You can get Zonai Charges from killed enemy buildings (fly to Great Sky Island and smash a few if you’re short and haven’t made it to the other Sky Islands yet).

The Zonai dispenser in the starting area doesn’t have any wings, but you don’t need to go to Sky Island to get one. You will need to have Activate the first Skyview Tower in Lookout Landing And I got to glider in the process. Once you accomplish this, Head to the more thematic east in pursuit of regional phenomena, towards Lanayru, and find the Upland Skyview Tower. Once you get there, things will be a little sticky.

Along your way, you will likely discover puddles of junk. This nasty sludge falling from the sky will block the entrance to the tower. But don’t worry, just get yourself a Splash of Fruit (it’s found throughout the area on plants) and melt it into a weapon. Attack the sludge with this weapon fused to the Sprinkle Fruit and you’ll clear the area (you can also help the poor guy stuck under the sludge just steps from the tower with the same technique).

Enter and let the tower launch you into the sky (if this is your first time in this tower, you will go through the terrain scanning animation). Once you enter free fall, Look down to see the spinning orb; This is where you need to go.

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Once you are on the roof of the orb, walk around a bit to find the hatch and drop down into it. Here, you will find a Zonai distributor, two Zonai machines, and the Jirotajomak shrine. I recommend completing this shrine because it will get you used to using the Zonai Wings (which is a lot of fun).

This distributor will have some wings for you. Add as many Zonai as you wish to store. Casting in just one charge will result in a random Zonai, so you might be better off casting two or three charges, if not more, to not only get more devices, but to increase your chances of a wing break.

To get out of the large orb, either jump through the hole it entered, or stop Karnak in the middle of the room with the Ultrahand and detach the Zonai Fan. You can manually push the crank to the exact position of the outlet. This is actually a good place to practice the parachute trick to the Zonai-Wing

The great thing about this little technique is that it takes a little bit of practice, so it’s far from a cheap or broken way to travel, and it can easily save you if you’ve underestimated how much stamina you have left. Remember, reduce your speed before wing deployment!

An artist's rendering of Link as he appears in Tears of the Kingdom.

picture: Nintendo

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