Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom — How to Make Korok Fans

The legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom Korok Fan is just one of many useful new tools that Link can use to solve puzzles and traverse Hyrule. The new Fuse ability unlocks tons of crafting recipes, and the Frond Guster is one you’ll want to know how to build. Whether you need to start a fire, direct a boat, or blow away a few enemies, the Korok Fan is there to help in an emergency. Here’s how to do it DeadK Korok fans.

How to make a korok fan in Tears of the Kingdom

Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom small trees
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The process of making one of these devices is completely different than building one Zonai fan. Luckily, it’s a lot easier too. A… make DeadK Kork Fan (aka Korok Frond Guster), you must first acquire a Korok Frond and Branch.

  • age wag: These can be farmed by chopping down large trees with a stone axe.
  • branches: These are acquired for the Guster by felling smaller trees, like the ones in the picture above.
Zelda Tears of the Kingdom Korok Leaf Frond and Tree Branch combine the ability to create a fan
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To actually make a korok fan:

  • Go to your inventory.
  • Find the Korok Frond.
  • Select it with “A”.
  • Choose Hold.
  • Exit your inventory menu
  • Use “A” to drop the Korok Frond Guster on the ground.

Equip your tree branch as your main weapon. You can do this from your inventory or from the right button on the D-Pad shortcut. choose yours backup capability from the action wheel with L and fuse the two materials together by pressing Y. You have now crafted the Korok Frond Guster!

That’s all with our guide to making korok fans. I’ve found that these Guster can be great for both combat and traversal. So don’t forget to use them if you get stuck. For more information see our Zelda: DeadK guides hub for more tips and tricks.

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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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