Zelda: Breath of the Wild Horses Guide – How To Revive A Dead Mount

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Zelda: Breath of the Wild Horses Guide – How To Revive A Dead Mount

Journeying through Hyrule on foot can be a daunting task and that is where the Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Horses come in. Unfortunately, these horses aren’t invulnerable and can die either by taking damage from enemies or simply because of the harsh weather conditions.

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Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Horses

While players can always find a new mount, if they have developed a friendship with their mount they might want to feel like reviving it instead of going for a new one. This Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Horses guide will help players in tracking down the fairy who can revive a dead mount.

The fairy is located in the south of the map, in the Faron region near Highland stable. Players can go there quickly by teleporting to the Lake Tower and then moving on the southern road. Following this road to the east and across the broken bridge will take players to a dead end with a giant flower.

This flower houses the horse fairy, Malany, who can revive horses for a fee. Players can interact with the flower and Malany will come talk to them. Initially, she will require 1000 rupees to restore her power. Once players give her the money, they will unlock the ability to revive any of their dead horses.

The method also works the same way when trying to revive special mounts so if someone lost a unique mount to monsters in Hyrule, the mount isn’t actually gone forever and can be returned if players are willing to spend some money.

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