Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom — Best Fuse Items for Master Sword in TotK

If you managed to pull the master sword out of the light dragon’s head The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, then you know it’s a pretty underwhelming weapon on its own, albeit technically indestructible. Luckily, you can fuse it with other materials to make it much stronger. Our guide will show you which materials are best for fusing with the Master Sword and give you tips on how to use them DeadK.

Best backup items for Master Sword in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom

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Silver Lynel Horns

The strongest Master Sword security item you can get Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is the horn of Silver Lynel that adds +55 ATK. Taking into account the Master Sword’s base ATK of 30, the total strength is 85 ATK, easily making it one of the strongest weapons in the game.

Silver Lynels are ferocious creatures influenced by Calamity Ganon’s dark magic, making them the strongest of all Lynel creatures in all of Hyrule. Players can use Lynel Mask or Majora’s Mask to disguise themselves and trick Silver Lynels. Since they use firearms, I strongly recommend bringing the Fireproof Elixir to this fight as well.

You can find Silver Lynels in the Great Abandoned Central Mine, accessible via the Temple of Time Ruins (-0822, -2026, 0119) in South Hyrule. I marked the entry point with the red circle on the map above. Once inside the mine, head to these coordinates to meet Silver Lynels:

  • Floating Colosseum (-1097, -1249, -0499)
  • Crenel Canyon (1084, -0267, -0466)

Gleeok Horns

If you can’t defeat Silver Lynels yet, the next best option would be to take out one of the Gleeoks, which can add drop horns +30 ATK to your Master Sword once fused. There are actually four Gleeok monsters in the game: Flame Gleeok, Frost Gleeok, Thunder Gleeok, and King Gleeok. The latter combines all three elements on each of its three heads.

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Note that it doesn’t matter which of these guys you defeat to get the horns, as they all work the same way when fused with the Master Sword. Here are the locations of all four types:

  • Frost Gleeok:
    • Biron Snow Shelf (-3743, 2992, 0397)
    • Gerudo Peak (-4024, -0956, 0709)
    • Tabantha Tundra (-1835, 3009, 0249)
  • Flame Gleeok:
    • Ancient Columns (-3625, 0420, 0260)
    • Spectacle Rock (-2115, -2640, 0402)
    • Hylian Bridge (-0047, -2491, 0040)
  • Thunder Gleeok:
    • Colosseum Ruins (-1150, -1263, 0047)
    • Herin Lake (1059, -3614, 0079)
    • Southern Akkala Plains (3423, 1298, 0338)
  • King Gleeok:
    • West Hebra Sky Archipelago (-4471, 2275, 1285)
    • South Necluda Skyarchipelago (4652, -3724, 1097)
    • Gleeok Cave (0334, 3122, -0569)


Finally, for those of you who don’t want to deal with particularly powerful creatures, you should opt to mine diamonds and fuse them with the Master Sword as a bonus +25 ATK. You can find diamond ore in various caves with rare gems around Hyrule, but the best and easiest way is to find diamonds in treasure chests at the following coordinates:

  • Hyrule Castle (-0254, 0762, 0088)
  • Abandoned Hebra Mine (-3497, 1849, -0416)

These are the best backup items for Master Sword in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. stay tuned for more Tears of the Kingdom Tips and Tricks article here.

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Serhii Patskan

Sergey has been a freelancer in the video game industry for more than five years, writing for various publications around the world. His favorite games are MtG, Dark Souls, Diablo and Divinity: Original Sin.

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