Best Weapons In Tears Of The Kingdom (Fused & Unfused)
There are plenty of weapons that you can use in Legend of Zelda Tears of the Kingdom, especially after fusing them but not all of them are the best. Using a wooden stick with a rock is fine in the early game, but you cannot go around fighting later enemies with them. So check out this list of the best fused and unfused weapons in the game.
Best Weapons List for Legend of Zelda TOTK
Out of every weapon available in the game, the best weapon without a doubt is the Master Sword. It doesn’t matter whether you are using it in its Fused or Unfused state. The damage it does is great in both situations. Although like every other weapon it too has limited durability, and after enough use, it will run out of energy, and you will need to wait for it to recharge in order to use it again.
But sadly the Master Sword won’t be available right from the start. So while you are on the way to get it, here are some other weapons to use till then:
Best Unfused Weapons
- Royal Guard’s Sword – Best Sword
- Dusk Claymore – Best Claymore
- Royal Halberd – Best Spear
- Royal Guard’s Bow – Best Bow
Also Read | How to Increase Weapons Durability in TotK
Best Fused Weapons – Zelda Tears of the Kingdom
This is where the weapons get interesting because there are a ton of combinations that you can try out. So here are some of them.
- Spiked Iron-Ball Hammer: Fusing Royal Guard’s sword with a Spiked Iron-Ball can make for an excellent weapon. This weapon will add +9 to the damage of your base weapon.
- Blue Moblin Pounder: Fuse a Royal Halberd or a Dusk Claymore with a Blue Moblin Horn to get this weapon. This weapon will add +13 to your base weapon.
- Dragon Weapons: If your Unfused weapon is plenty strong but lacks elemental effects then why not try fusing it with Dragon scales or shards? Depending on the one you use you can get powerful Fire, Electric, or Ice weapons. These are the dragons that you will need parts of and where to find them:
- Dinraal (Fire weapons): Near Death Mountain
- Farosh (Thunder weapons): Near Lake Hylia
- Naydra (Ice weapons): Near Lanayru Wetlands
- Arrows with Chu Chu Jelly or Bomb Flower: Not exactly a weapon more like ammo for a bow. Using the different Chu Chu jellies not only gives you easy access to special arrows like fire, thunder, and ice arrows. But you can also efficiently use the spare monster parts. Similarly fusing Bomb flowers with arrows gives you Bomb arrows quickly in a pinch.
These were all the best weapons you could find so far in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom. For more help on this game be sure to check out our Zelda TOTK section.