When playing The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, gamers may expect that the rewards they get when finishing a quest would be crucial. Unfortunately, they may sometimes struggle a whole day to complete such a quest for almost nothing, receiving a weapon which he or she did not even need to just some money. Nevertheless, the game might also reward players with unique gifts, but they will be just as useless as the rest.
Some of the rewards you might get after completing a quest may be useless
At the beginning of Breath of the Wild, the player will encounter Kass who is a majestic winged Rito who plays an accordion. This giant bird is on a pilgrimage around Hyrule, searching for ancient secrets while he performs a lot of songs at his accordion. He learned all these songs while traveling to different places on the map. The main character may come across Kass as he is standing in a forest or a field.
His lyrics will most likely direct the gamer towards a treasure or a shrine. The giant bird may also stand out in Hyrule, at a stable, singing a version of Epona’s Theme from Ocarina of Time. Kass comes from the Rito Village, northwest of Hyrule. The player needs to tame the Divine Beast, as an additional quest. This creature has terrorized the village for a while, and the main character will become a hero when saving everyone there.
In The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, the gamer may receive a weapon or the honor to hear to story after struggling to fulfill a quest
Surprisingly, another quest opens, including a music recital and a lot of kids at “Warbler’s Nest.” There, the player meets a little girl who says that she desires to eat salmon meuniere before meeting her sisters. As the main character, Zelda will follow her all over the Rito Village and find her little sisters who offer her an ingredient to make the dish. After the quest is fulfilled, they go to Warbler’s Nest, and Zelda watches them sing.
Another quest arises where Zelda needs to listen to the notes of those little girls’ songs and then use a korok leaf, blowing winds through the rings around the shrine pedestal. If the player matches the sequence of notes, then the Voo Lata shrine will open. Even if gamers might expect to get a lot of useful rewards because they reached there, they will be disappointed since a new gliding puzzle starts and Zelda needs to reach a massive room filled with lava and all sorts of dangers.
Nevertheless, after all the effort, in the end, players may only get some shield or a piece of armor. Moreover, the rewards may consist in seeing or hearing some songs or stories.
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