Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom — How to Fuse Items with Bow and Arrows

The legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom Allows objects to be fused using a bow and arrow. In fact, there are many new tools to discover, including this backup capability. Merging objects with yours totk Bow and arrow can be useful in combat and puzzles. It’s also just a good time exploring the endless possibilities and photographing different things while exploring the Sky Isles, Hyrule and the Depths. Here’s how to fuse objects with a bow and arrow Tears of the Kingdom.

How to connect bow and arrow to objects in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom

Fusing items with arrows in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom menu
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For fusing objects with a bow and arrow DeadK, you need some arrows. You can find arrows all over the map or buy them in different stores. The first general store in Lookout Landing sells them (-0208, 0080, 0019). Here are Some of the places where we found arrows Tears of the Kingdom.

Putting objects together with bow and arrow by TotK: step by step

  • Make sure you have a bow equipped.
  • Hold ZR to aim an arrow.
  • Hold ZR and press up on the directional pad.
  • Hold both ZR and the up button and select the selected item by moving the analog stick.
  • Hold ZR and release the up button to connect it to your arrow.
  • If you change your mind, you can cancel the backup by pressing B.

That’s all for our bow and arrow item fusing guide DeadK. I had a lot of fun fusing arrows. Whether I’m shooting bomb flowers at some enemies or attaching monster parts to power up my arrow, it’s always useful. Look for unique combinations as you explore and solve puzzles. In the meantime, be sure to check out our other guides with us Zelda: DeadK guides hub.

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Maddison Ahlbrand

Maddison began her player journey by traversing the lands of Runescape and World of Warcraft. Nowadays she plays almost everything and is always looking for the exciting discovery of a good game. Maddison has degrees in History of Art and Fine Arts and is a freelance writer.

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