Zelda Breath of the Wild: Where to Find Hestu

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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild – Finding Hestu

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Hestu is an NPC that can increase your inventory size in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. However, you’ll need to give him Korok Seeds and power up his maracas before he can do that. The first time you can encounter Hestu will be along the road that leads to Kakariko Village. From the Dueling Peaks Stable, follow the road north and you’ll see Hestu at the side of the road. Talk to him to initiate a side quest that has you retrieving his maracas. After upgrading your inventory two or three times, Hestu will move from this location, and you’ll have to look for him again.

You’ll now have to find him in the Korok Forest, which is in the Woodland region of Hyrule. You can only access the Korok Forest by clearing the Lost Woods.

For every inventory upgrade you purchase, the Korok Seed cost will go up, so make sure you get the most important upgrades that suit your play style first.

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