Zelda Breath of the Wild: How to Get Zora’s Helm

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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild – Getting the Zora’s Helm

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The Zora’s Helm is another piece of the Zora armor set that will help to increase your swimming speed in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. While you can get the chest piece simply by completing the main story missions in Zora’s Domain, the Helm itself is a little trickier to find.

You’ll want to head over to Toto Lake, which is just a little bit northeast of Zora’s Domain. Go to the ruins in the center of the lake, and use your Magnesis rune power to locate a metal chest hidden underwater. Use Magnesis to pull the chest out and place it on top of the ruins. Open it up, and you’ll get the Zora’s Helm. It’s as simple as that.

The Zora’s Helm has a base defense stat of 3, but it can be upgraded if you’ve already unlocked at least one of the Great Fairy Fountains. It also improves your swimming capabilities, so you’ll definitely want to keep this one on if you’re planning on swimming or fishing a lot.

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