Zelda: Breath of the Wild Fire Arrows Locations Guide

This Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Fire Arrows guide will help players in finding the best source of these arrows so they can come in handy during combat encounters.

In Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Link can use various types of elemental arrows in combat. As players progress through the game, they will slowly build up their arsenal and will eventually have all sorts of weapons and their ammunition. However, early on in the game, finding these elemental arrows can be tricky.

For more help on The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, check out our True Ending Guide, Fireblight Ganon Guide, and Stone Talus Boss Guide.

Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Fire Arrows

In the early few hours of the game, Fire arrows can be found near the Temple of Time.

The temple can be found to the east of where players talk to the old man when they first start playing the game. To the east of the Temple of Time will be a skull-like structure with enemies inside it and a lookout tower outside.

Players need to defeat these enemies in order to proceed. The best way to do that is to snipe the lookout from a distance and then take one of the nearby explosive barrels and use that to defeat the enemies inside the structure.

Once all the enemies are gone, players can head inside the skull to open up a loot chest. The chest contains five Fire arrows.

Compared to normal arrows, not only do these Fire arrows deal more damage but can also set things on fire.

This can prove useful when players have to survive in cold weather as these arrows can be used to light up fires.

Some other uses of these arrows are that it can be used in Hyrule Field and Eldin Canyon and it can turn Chuchu Jelly into Red Chuchu Jelly.

You can use this for getting armor improvements at Great Fairy Mountains. Ice-Breath Lizalfos and Ice Wizzrobe can be killed with just one shot of these arrows instantly.

As players progress through the game, eventually they will be able to purchase these arrows from village shops and wandering merchants.

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