How To Get Traveler’s Claymore In Zelda: Tears Of The Kingdom

Traveler's Claymore is an early-game longsword that you can fuse with monster parts to wreak havoc in Zelda: TotK.

The Traveler’s Claymore is a longsword that is listed as a two-handed weapon in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. This claymore has a rusty and decayed appearance and is not as sharp as it used to be. However, it can still pack quite a punch and knock down enemy shields.

Regarding base stats, the Traveler’s Claymore offers a base attack of (6). Furthermore, you can also fuse this weapon with more than 70 objects to create weapons with different effects, e.g., Flame Emitter, etc.

If you are interested in knowing the whereabouts of the Traveler’s Claymore, then worry not, as we have covered all the locations where you can discover this two-handed weapon in Zelda: TotK.

Traveler’s Claymore Locations

There is a good chance that you are going to find the Traveler’s Claymore by just exploring the map in the game. This is because the weapon can be dropped by Lizalfos that are found among the many enemy camps on both the surface and in the depths.

This two-handed sword is also a common weapon that you can find in the Gerudo Desert and Hyrule Field areas. Before venturing into the Gerudo Desert, purchase Desert Voe and Snowquill armor sets.

There are, however, a couple of guaranteed spots to get the Traveler’s Claymore as well.

Hyrule Field

Head to the Hyrule Castle in Hyrule Field and make your way behind the castle to the docks. Head inside, and you can find the Traveler’s Claymore on a pedestal.

Gerudo Desert

You can find the Traveler’s Claymore in the hands of a statue at coordinates (4806, -1922, 0050) in the Gerudo Desert. Go to the Kudanisar Shrine and head northwest until you see a large structure resting on stone columns.


You can find a lot of Traveler’s Claymores in the hands of Gerudo Heroine statues spread across the Gerudo Desert.

The statue is beneath this stone structure. Take the Traveler’s Claymore from its stone hands and add it to your inventory in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.

From the Ghosts in Depths

If you find a decayed Traveler’s Claymore on the surface and break at least one, its pristine version will appear in the depths. Upon interacting with the ghosts in the depths, they will offer you a pristine Traveler’s Claymore with additional damage and stability.

Traveler’s Claymore Stats

Traveler’s Claymore is a two-handed longsword with great early-game damage. This sword can break enemies’ guard and become an amazing hammer weapon when fused with rocks.

  • Affiliation: Hylian
  • Weapon Type: Bladed Edge (two-handed)
  • Base Damage: 6/9 (decayed/pristine)
  • Hyrule Compendium Number: 375
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