In Nintendo’s latest installment in the Legend of Zelda series, the developer introduced a ton of new features. One of these is a new system that allows Link to equip more than just different colored tunics and shields. However, fans are still desperately looking for the Zelda Breath of the Wild Green Tunic for old times sake.
Even if one is not a Legend of Zelda fan, it’s still easy to describe the iconic lead, Link. He’s either a teenager or a child with blonde hair clad in a green tunic that we’ve all been too familiar with. In the recent entry, Link doesn’t start out in his iconic getup. In fact, players will have to work hard for the Zelda Breath of the Wild Green Tunic.
The Green Tunic
This is perhaps one of the toughest equipment pieces in the game and players will have to spend hours in getting it. To get the Zelda Breath of the Wild Green Tunic, players will have to defeat all the Shrines in Hyrule. To be precise, players will have to beat all 120 Shrines in the game.
Shrines serve as mini-dungeons. These areas are filled with enemies, puzzles and a lot more. It’s not very hard to beat a Shrine, and getting the Green Tunic shouldn’t be much of a problem. However, locating all 120 Shrines is the hard part of the task, and it could take up a lot of time.
Alternatively, players can also get any regular-looking armor pieces and have it dyed green. This is an easier method, but of course, it won’t be the same as actually getting the tunic. But if players want to see Link in his usual appearance, then this mission should suffice.
Other Green Tunics
Players can also get the Green Tunics from other Zelda games using amiibo. The Smash Bros. Link Amiibo will give players a chance to spawn the Cap of Twilight, Tunic of Twilight, and Trousers of Twilight. Completing this set will give players Link’s outfit from Twilight Princess.
Meanwhile, the 8-Bit Link Amiibo will give players the chance to get the Cap of the Hero, Tunic of the Hero, and Trousers of the Hero armor pieces which are odes to the early attires of Link. Lastly, if players use the Ocarina of Time Link Amiibo, they can get the Cap of Time, Tunic of Time, and Trousers of Time armor pieces.