An expert player of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has come up with a great new way to take down the game’s Water Octrok enemy.
I am a creative player The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Discovered an interesting new way to take down Water Octrox instead of just shooting them with a bow and arrow or throwing your rocks back at them. In Octoroks Breath of the Wild They are notorious for their long range and deadly aim, so this player has figured out a way to use his stones against them in a very satisfying way.
One of the Octoroks The Legend of Zelda The iconic enemies of the franchise appear in many different guises in many different titles. They sometimes have different fire, water, and other elemental types and will also take on different traits and characteristics in games. However, I Breath of the Wildtheir most annoying feature is their incredible range and the aim of their rock attacks.
Redditor GenovaStop uses this rock attack to his advantage as he comes up with a new way to use the Stasis Rune to defeat Water Octrok. Instead of using Breath of the WildBeing able to send the rock back at Octorok, GenovaStop takes it to a whole new level by instantly pulling out the Stasis Rune and freezing the rock in the air right above their head. Then, they proceed to spear the frozen rock, accelerating in the opposite direction until Stasis wears off and the rock flies back at Octorok, killing him instantly.
Gamers are finding amazing and creative ways to play games, such as one Breath of the Wild The player who found a better way to block Guardian lasers. In the fifth year of the game’s life, there are still many secret mechanics and interesting manipulations of its physics engine and enemy AI that are being explored and recorded.
It is true that Breath of the Wild It has glitches and bugs that are sometimes hilarious, but rarely game-breaking. Gamers love finding these glitches and they also create a sense of community as people come together to display and talk about them on online forums. The gaming community also comes together when players like GenovaStop discover new ways to play the games everyone loves so much, creating opportunities for discussion and, of course, memes.
with The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom Arriving next year, Breath of the Wild Players are putting their parrying skills to use and practicing taking down Lynels and Hinoxes to help Link tackle the new set of challenges that will come in the highly anticipated sequel.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Now available on Nintendo Switch and Wii U.
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