Sometimes enemies are your best friends in Zelda: Breath of the Wild


Talos, you rock, rock

You rock, rock. The rock just sits and is. You show us secrets and that's what we need.

Our own CJ Andriessen, master Zelda clip finder, is at it again. This time Alpha00Zero managed to capture an amazing bit of footage from Breath of the Wild showcasing just how helpful enemies can be.

Anyone who's played Breath of the Wild knows how pesky those hidden Korok Seed locations can be, especially when attempting to find them all without a guide. Welp, in this case a giant enemy Talus (a world boss-esque giant monster) manages to smash this player into a hidden location, netting them a Korok meeting.

Yep, it's serendipity, and although rare, just one of many amazing Wild interactions.

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