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Zelda Breath Of The Wild Guide To Dragon Locations: Dinraal, Farosh & Naydra

Zelda Breath Of The Wild Guide
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Zelda Breath Of The Wild Guide To Dragon Locations: Dinraal, Farosh & Naydra

The newest Zelda game has just arrived and appears to be populated with a lot of Easter Eggs. In fact, some players have worked tirelessly in decoding some of the mysterious elements in the title’s backstory. This Zelda Breath of the Wild guide will help players find the dragons Farosh, Naydra, and Dinraal.

Zelda Breath of the Wild is one of the first titles to launch with the Nintendo Switch and the last game for the Nintendo Wii U. This forces a lot of pressure for the game to perform well. However, initial reviews have been positive for both Zelda fans and newcomers. This Zelda Breath of the Wild guide will help the journey across the game easier for some players.

This is due to the fact that the Zelda Breath of the Wild game world boasts a huge amount of terrain to explore. The in-game map is massive to the point that players can take any path they want to finish the title. This Zelda Breath of the Wild guide will be for gamers who want to pursue some dragons.

Zelda Breath of the Wild Guide: Where To Find The Dragons

The arrival of the dragons came courtesy of a Japanese advertisement for the game. Avid fans of the franchise will remember that these creatures are a recurring race in the Zelda mythos. This might be the reason why players want to find them in Breath of the Wild.

Naydra is found in the Lanaryu region. Players can find it while doing The Spring of Wisdom quest. This requires players to fight the dragon on top of Mount Lanaryu. Unfortunately, the peak of the mountain offers little space to fight the blue dragon. Gamers are advised to rely on ranged weapons to maximize damage.

Farosh lurks around the waterfalls near Faron Tower. Link can fight it during The Serpent’s Jaws quest. Players should be careful as its electric attacks are very powerful. However, gamers should dodge as much as possible because its lighting spells also cause paralysis. Farosh may leave the area if players are stunned long enough.

Finally, Dinraal is the dragon that appeared in the Japanese advertisement. It can be found in the Eldin Mountains, near Tanagar Canyon. Link can fight the dragon during the Spring of Power quest.

Mic has tips and tricks to find these dragons within the game. However, despite their massive size, they are extremely difficult to catch. Players are advised to always be aware of the body part they are hitting during battle.

Fans have not deduced the exact kinds of items the dragons will drop. However, they will glow by the time they land on the ground. In fact, players are advised to collect as much as they could as dragon parts sell for a lot of gold.

Role in the Mythos

Unfortunately, not much has been revealed about the purpose of the dragons in the game. They do appear to be as nods or references to the existence of the majestic beasts in the franchise, as some fans in GameFAQs point out. Dragons have appeared in the Zelda franchise as early as the first game.

Most of them are hostile towards Link, except for a few benevolent members of the species. They breathe fire and are extremely strong, but they are beatable. Some dragons can even control different elements.

Valoo and the Three Dragons are the most popular members of the race. Valoo first appeared in The Wind Waker. It is a Sky Spirit that protects Hyrule. Lore states that Valoo may be a descendant of Volvagia, the evil dragon from Ocarina of Time.

The Three Dragons are recurring characters from Skyward Sword. They are guardians of the surface world. Faron can control water, while its siblings Eldrin and Lanayru can control fire and lightning, respectively. They share the names with the Light Spirits from Twilight Princess. Fans may notice that the location of the three dragons in Breath of the Wild have the same names as the Three Dragons.

Also read: Zelda Breath Of The Wild Game Language Translated – What It Means

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