Zelda Breath of the Wild: How to Get Restless Crickets

It's not too hard.

HOW TO GET RESTLESS CRICKETS EASILY IN THE LEGEND OF ZELDA: BREATH OF THE WILD

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There are tons of different critters to catch in Breath of the Wild, but one of the more difficult ones to grab are Restless Crickets. There’s one quest in particular that tasks you with finding a bunch of them in the wild and it seems that grabbing them aren’t as easy as it sounds.

Restless Crickets live in grassy areas in Hyrule Field and East Necluda , but they will start to flee as soon as you run up to them. The best way to grab these energetic little buggers is to crouch, cut some grass, and watch while they all come out. After one comes out, just slowly go up to them while they’re not paying attention. If you want to go the extra mile, you can even equip some clothing that will give you a stealth boost.

If you’re having trouble finding them in the tall grass, you can even purchase Restless Crickets from Beedle for 10 rupees at the Outskirt Stable, which is directly East of the Rota Ooh Shrine.

That’s all you need to know about catching crickets in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, for more tips and tricks, make sure to check out our wiki guide on the game.


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