Zelda Breath of the Wild

Zelda Breath of the Wild: How to Get Rubber Armor

HOW TO GET RUBBER ARMOR IN THE LEGEND OF ZELDA: BREATH OF THE WILD

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In Breath of the Wild, there are tons of customization options that you can play around with for our trusty hero, Link. There are many different types of pants, shirts, armor, helmets, and shoes that can make your journey throughout Hyrule just a tad bit easier. One type of armor in particular, the Rubber Armor, can really help out in sticky situations that may involve electric-type enemies and attacks.

In order for you to obtain the Rubber Armor in Breath of the Wild, you can: A) Find it in one of the treasure chests in the Toh Yahsa Shrine, which can be uncovered by completing the Shrine quest “Trial of Thunder” at Thundra Plateau or B) purchase it at the rare armor shop located in Tarrey Town, but you must first complete the quest “From the Ground Up” in order to unlock the shop.

Either way you grab the Rubber Armor, it’ll surely be helpful for you when it comes to resisting all types of electricity.

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