Zelda: Breath of the Wild Player Takes Down Stone Talus With The Master Cycle Zero
Defeating Stone Talus in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild can be challenging, though a player succeeded in doing so with the help of Link’s Master Cycle Zero. Upon the release of Breath of the Wild and the Nintendo Switch, the game became an instant hit, changing the usual Zelda game format. Exploring the Hyrule of Breath of the Wild offered gamers the opportunity to encounter both enemies that were in earlier Zelda titles and creatures they had never seen before.
Not long after the game was released, gamers had access to additional content through the Master Trials and Champion’s Ballad DLCs. After defeating Monk Maz Koshia in the latter, players were presented with the Master Cycle Zero – a vehicle that could be summoned with the Sheikah Slate rune mechanic. This addition made gamers ecstatic and they soon began to show off their amazing stunts to the community.
Aquatic_ambi, a Twitter user, has managed to do the seemingly impossible: defeat a Stone Talus using the Master Cycle Zero. This mini-boss in Breath of the Wild requires the player to climb onto its back and hit its ore deposit, located on top. It’s a challenging task as the creature is constantly moving and can even cause the player to be thrown off its back with a stomp. In the clip shared, the fan drove to the monster, jumped onto its arm, and used the bike to boost Link up and hit the deposit.
In the comments, many users have expressed their astonishment that this is even a possibility, and how superfluous it is to do this. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has a feature in which weapons possess a durability meter, and this is one of the ways in which fans can maintain them.
The motorcycle rune from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild attracted a lot of attention from fans, so with the imminent arrival of the sequel, Tears of the Kingdom, many are asking if the Master Cycle Zero will make a reappearance. The upcoming installment of the franchise appears to offer a range of transportation possibilities, but there is still no definitive answer as to whether Link will be able to take to the road on this acclaimed reward once again.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild can be found on both the Wii U and Nintendo Switch consoles.