Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom — How to Get and Use Sage’s Will

The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom The Will of the Wise is a special item that you can obtain in-game. Think of it as something similar to Blessings of Light, except the blessings apply to your fellow Sage. Here’s our guide to help you learn how to get and use Sage’s Will Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. Please keep that in mind too This article contains spoilers.

How to get and use the will of the sage in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom

Items from the Will of the Sage can often be found in chests in the Celestial region. More often than not, however, chests contain a variety of items ranging from Zonai Charges and Zonai Devices to regular weapons. However, there are some chests that might be off the beaten path, such as in rooms with fences or distant floating islands. There’s a good chance these contain the Wise Man’s Will.

I recommend getting this Upgrade of the Purah Pad Sensor+. This is obtained from Robbie, a researcher in Lookout Landing. After completing some tasks and quests in the Deeps, he heads to the village of Hateno in the southwest and tells you how to install the Sensor+. Once you have that, you can take a picture of a treasure chest and then track it with the Sensor+. It beeps when there is a chest nearby. I’ve found this to be really helpful when you’re trying to look for all sorts of hidden items that are usually overlooked.

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Sage companion upgrades

The Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom Items from “Wise of the Wise” cannot be used individually. Actually, you need four of these (again, they’re like blessings of light). When you have four, visit any goddess statue. You will see an option that “strengthens your bond with each Sage Companion”. This particular buff only increases their attack abilities and the damage they deal with their abilities.

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As for the priorities I suggest choosing Riju or Mineru. The former has a devastating Lightning ability that triggers by firing an arrow at a target, but she’s also quite a hassle to hunt down if she’s engaged in melee combat. The latter, in turn, is a large robotic construct that you can ride on. The Mineru Construct can have two weapon attachments, as well as a back brace that can improve mobility. The main disadvantage is that Link on Mineru is often vulnerable to the opponent’s faster/multidirectional attacks.

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Finally how to use that Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom The will of the sage is entirely up to you. We probably won’t ask you to buff Tulin since his DPS is pathetic. But hey, if you like the Birdboy that much, just level up his skills. For other mechanics, you can definitely consult ours Zelda DeadK guides hub.

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