Zelda: Breath of the Wild Giant Horse Guide – Where to Find, Tame the Biggest Mount In Hyrule
This Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Giant Horse guide will help players in tracking down and taming the biggest mount for its special features and to basically look cool while riding something gigantic.
There are numerous mounts to choose from when taming in Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. However, perhaps the funniest looking and giant sized one is, in fact, the Giant Horse.
Not only is the horse funny to look at because of its size, which is huge, it also has some unique benefits.
Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Giant Horse
The Giant Horse is actually almost double the size of every other horse in the game but its size also makes it very slow.
Thankfully, it has infinite stamina so it can run anywhere without having to rest, albeit at a slower speed. It also has the highest strength of all the horses so it can easily run over enemies in its path.
The horse itself can be found in the Taobab Grassland but players should make sure they have a lot of stamina before they attempt to tame it.
In order to get to the horse, perhaps the best way is to travel to Owa Daim Shrine and then glide off of the cliffs of Mount Faloraa to the south.
Players can easily spot the Breath of the Wild Giant Horse as it seems to be addressing multiple smaller horses in a clearing.
In order to easily approach the mount and to ensure it doesn’t get spooked and run away, players should use improve their stealth either through some gear piece or consumable.
Once players successfully sneak up to the horse and jump on top of it, they need to repeatedly press the L button to soothe it until the Giant Horse is fully calm. To do this, it will require more than two complete stamina wheels so players should be prepared beforehand.
When the Giant Horse has finally been calmed down and tamed, players can simply take it to the nearby Highland Stable and register it there. While riding towards the stable, the horse will give players some trouble so they should soothe it whenever it starts acting up.
Thankfully, the ride is long enough that by the time players reach the stable, the bond between Giant Horse and Link improves by a lot.
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