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Fans Are Creating Some Mental Zelda: Tears of The Kingdom Contraptions

The Legend of Zelda: Tears of The Kingdom has quite a fun sandbox world to fiddle around in. In my review, I explain how Link can basically take any assets around the game, slap them together and form workable contraptions thanks to Zonai tech. Give these features to the internet and you’re bound to have social media littered with some crazy things.

Over the weekend, players started to share their Zelda: Tears of The Kingdom creations with the world and besides many of them being overly sexual, there’s a lot to chuckle at. From living sex dolls to the crucifixion of Koroks, it is a great time to be a Zelda fan.

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I have compiled a list of some of the best Zelda: Tears of The Kingdom creations spotted online so prepare yourself for what is to come.

Here’s a user on TikTok dragging a Korok across the land on its way to crucifixion. In the game, you often have to find ways to get the Korok to a certain place to meet up with its “friend”. How you do this is completely up to you. This user decided to slap the Korok onto a cross and escort it via horse.

Here’s a player using a stick and two rocks (you get why) to kill a Hinox. By picking up the combined contraption, you can then spin it around and rewind time on the object to have it perform the action in reverse. The Hinox then gets slapped around by this giant log. It could have just been a log without the two rocks but hey, it is the internet.

Okay, this isn’t really an in-game video but it does perfectly describe the building system in Tears of The Kingdom. This is also totally possible in the game too.

If you’re tired of those damn Koroks, why not batch-cook them. Someone took a bunch of stuff in Tears of The Kingdom and make a Korok rotisserie.

Here’s a sex doll-looking thing which I am not even going to try to explain.

I played the game for over 70 hours and only now realised you can create literal mechs in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.

You could make a boat with a Zonai fan, a piece of wood and a sail but why would you live a boring life like that?

Link’s fusion skill lets him fuse anything to his shield even a mine cart which you can then use to skateboard around.

Lastly, here’s Link riding a killer bomber plane and causing havoc over Hyrule.

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