This Zelda: Breath of the Wild Dragon Parts Farming Guide is here to help you farm scales, shards, & claws from Dinraal, Naydra, & Farosh.
Farming parts from the ancient dragon spirits have a few benefits. Not only can you sell them to earn a bit of extra coin on the side but, you can also use them to open up a couple of secret shrines, as recipe ingredients, and upgrade a few armor sets.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Dragon Parts Farming
In our Dragon Parts Farming Guide, we’ve detailed everything you need to know about farming scales, shards, & claws from Dinraal, Naydra, & Farosh.
The dragon spirits in Zelda: Breath of the Wild drop different items depending on where you hit them. Here’s a brief overview:
- Farming claws requires hitting the legs
- Farming fangs requires hitting the mouth
- Farming shards requires hitting the horns
- Farming scales requires hitting the rest of the body
To farm Farosh’s parts, head to the Lakeside Stable and wait by the cooking pot until morning. In the morning, head towards the bridge and check the top waterfall on the left.
The spirit will most likely appear. If it doesn’t appear, wait till the next morning.
To farm Naydra’s parts, head to the Lanaryu Promenade and stand on the cliff in the east side. Once there, burn the wood and wait till morning.
In the morning, pay attention to the sky above the mountain. Farming Naydra requires the completion of his quest.
To farm Dinraal’s parts, head to the Eldin Great Skeleton and stand on top of the skeleton’s head. Once there, burn the wood and wait till morning.
In the morning, pay attention to the sky to find the spirit.
They will be used for cooking, as they can drastically reduce the cooking time. They can also be used in the shrine quests, and armor upgrades.