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Zelda Breath Of The Wild Guide To Finding & Taming The Giant Horse

Zelda Breath of the Wild Guide
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Zelda Breath Of The Wild Guide To Finding & Taming The Giant Horse

Nintendo’s release of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild revolutionized the game series with the introduction of open-world. It allowed Link to freely roam Hyrule and he can do it faster by riding a horse. Here’s a Zelda Breath of the Wild guide that would help Link find and tame the biggest horse.

The Giant Horse is more unique compared to the ordinary mounts that Link would encounter in the game. Aside from its size, it has infinite stamina allowing for non-stop riding and exploration. This Zelda Breath of the Wild guide would focus on how Link should make use of his stamina well in order to tame the horse.

This Zelda Breath of the Wild guide starts off by telling the location of the Giant Horse. Link can find the rare mount in the Taobab Grassland and the best way there is through the Owa Daim Shrine. The main character can just paraglide his way from Mount Faloraa to the south.

The Giant Horse – Best Horse For Travelling

The Giant Horse will appear with other small horses, at least six, and is standing in front of them. Approach the mount slowly or use or equip an item that would increase Link’s stealth so that he would not be detected.

According to Polygon, the added stealth stats would not have much of an impact but it still helps Link approach the Giant Horse. If not done carefully, the Giant Horse will run away from Link. Another good way is by climbing a tree then paragliding on top of the horse.

After getting on top of the Giant Horse, hit the L button repeatedly so that it would calm down. It would require at least two stamina wheels of strength before Link can successfully calm it down. If Link’s stamina is not enough, he should attempt this quest again after he has gained enough.

Registering the Giant Horse

Once the Giant Horse is tamed, ride with it over to the Highland Stable where Link can register it. If the tower is still locked in that area, he can head south of that towards the Nautelle Wetlands. From there, head east and follow the road until it forks, take the northern fork, and the Highland Stable would be there.

The Giant Horse would have a temperamental nature at the start but as the bond increases, it improves. According to TwinFinite, if a horse dies, simply revive it with the Horse Fairies located at the Lake of the Horse God.

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