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Breath of the Wild Player Collects All Korok Seeds Without Clothes, Food, or Glitches

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Breath of the Wild Player Collects All Korok Seeds Without Clothes, Food, or Glitches

One of the most impressive things about Breath of the Wild is that there are just so many different ways to approach playing the game. Thanks to how the game was developed, players can approach the narrative linearly or they can choose their own path, including making a beeline for the final boss from the jump.

In fact, the game is so user-friendly, that it seems that you barely even need to upgrade your character or eat food if you don’t want to, even if you’re completing the hunt to find all 900 Korok Seed collectibles. At least, that is what one player managed to accomplish in a recent post on the Breath of the Wild subreddit.

As you can see above, user TheIncreaser2000 revealed that they were able to collect all 900 Korok Seeds in Breath of the Wild without clothes, food, elixirs, or using glitches. On top of all that, they even kept the base heart and stamina (3 hearts & 1 stamina wheel) that Link is given at the start of the game.

In the comment section of the post, TheIncreaser2000 stated it took them over 100 hours to complete:

I was really surprised to find out a person could actually do this… really shows the attention to detail by the devs and how they really emphasize the freedom of choice you get in this game.

It took me about 120 hours. Technically it took me 190 hours, but my 1st attempt got accidentally deleted at about the 70 hour mark (I had gotten 500 koroks and 50 shrines). Back then I was beating the shrines while doing koroks, but on my second attempt i focused almost all on doing koroks first, which cut down the time it took significantly. 1st attempt was sort of a warm up that let me absolutely tear thru the majority of koroks on my 2nd attempt.

When one user asked how they weren’t burning in Eldin without clothes, food, or elixirs, the user stated that they simply used Blue Chuchu Jellies, which will soak link when dropped on the ground and hit, allowing him to be level 1 fireproof for 30 seconds and level 2 fireproof for 10 seconds.

This is honestly one of the craziest ones we’ve seen yet, somehow managing to top feats like flying indefinitely, stealing the Master Sword with sticks, and so much more. Be sure to let us know what you think of this feat in the comment section below.

And while you’re here, don’t forget to check out all of the great Zelda content we’ve got in the related articles section, including plenty of features, news, and quizzes fans will surely love.

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