Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom Fire Fruit - How to get, all uses & best farm locations
The Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom Fire Fruit can be extremely useful in a battle and during exploration. They will enflame your foes and keep you warm in wintry locations. You can even attach them to arrows to make fire arrows! Here's where to find the Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom Fire Fruit and how to use it.
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Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom Fire Fruit locations
You can find Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom Fire Fruit by exploring Hyrule Field and Eldin Canyon. They're on small trees and hang upon branches.
However, you'll want to find these Fire Fruit easily, and thankfully, you can do that. Fast travel to Yamiyo Shrine that's northeast of the Lookout Landing. Once you arrive, you'll see a cherry blossom tree. Hovering around this area are three smaller trees carrying Fire Fruit. You'll be able to get around 9-12 of the resource in one trip. You may discover an Endura Carrot too by the roots of the pink-leaved tree.
After a few hours of gameplay, the Fire Fruit around the cherry blossom tree should regrow.
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How to use the Fire Fruit
There are a bunch of ways that Fire Fruit is useful in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. The first involves the bow and arrow. Equip it and then hold up on the D-Pad to attach the Fire Fruit to an arrow. You can then set anything alight like enemies and torches if the Fire Fruit hits.
If included in the right recipe in cooking pots, it can improve your attacks while in hot places. Place three Fire Fruits in the Cooking Pot to make Scorching Simmered Fruit. You'll get a boost in strength for three minutes when it's consumed.
Don't fuse Fire Fruit with weapons, however. They disappear and unfuse after just one attack. It also only adds 1 Fuse Attack Power.