Zelda Fan Discovers Least Useful Boomerang Ever in Tears of the Kingdom Game

In 2017, Nintendo added weapon fusing to the Zelda series with the release of The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, and a fan has fabricated one of the most ineffectual boomerang fusions of all time. The foundation for The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom was set up before, but the introduction of weapon fusing has caused for a variety of peculiar pairings, such as this likely futile item.

The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom has adopted many of the features from Breath of the Wild, including the stamina wheel, Korok puzzles, and shield surfing. The map in the sequel has seen an expansion with the inclusion of floating islands and an underground cave network, considerably increasing the size of the Hyrule landscape. Weapon fusing could be a completely new concept for the The Legend of Zelda franchise that has been introduced with Tears of the Kingdom, though fans continue to craft inventive weapons; the boomerang being one of the least useful.

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A Reddit user known as ClayMeta recently posted a video of them exploring one of the many Bokoblin encampments in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom Hyrule. These Bokoblin camps, which were also featured in Breath of the Wild, often have useful items for progressing in the game and other weapons that can be used against other foes. ClayMeta was already armed with a Knights Shield and a boomerang, and decided to combine a Bokoblin item with their throwable melee weapon, leading to a humorous outcome.

ClayMeta combined a barrel and a boomerang using the Fuse mechanic from The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom and then threw the new tool off the side of the Bokoblin camp. Surprisingly, the explosive boomerang came back to Link and exploded on contact, burning him. This has led to some speculating that this weapon combination could be used as an offering to enemies such as Lizalfos, with them receiving the same explosive result.

At the end of the clip, Link had already taken two heart containers’ worth of damage, and the explosion from the boomerang could have been enough to cause a game over. Although the boomerang had consequences for throwing it, if used correctly, it could be used to take out enemies like The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom Bokoblins that typically inhabit these camps, if thrown directly at them instead of nothing.

The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is now obtainable for the Nintendo Switch.