The Compositor is one of the best skills to use in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, you just need to know how. We help you!
The potential of Compositorone of the new skills available in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdomis almost unlimited for those who know how to use the tool. Naturally, the rightful holder of the throne of versatility is the Ultramano, universal glue with which to create vehicles, palisades, bridges, stairs and so on and so forth. The game stays true to the game design ideas of its predecessor, including the fragility of your paraphernalia. The new skill makes it easier to live with a similar limitation, as well as create more powerful weapons from almost nothing.
Start tinkering – How to use the Compositor skill in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom
You will get the Composer inCelestial Island of Origins – yes, you can use the ability like magic from the first moments of The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom! And it’s fantastic. Once you complete the Hin Isan Shrinethe ability will be all yours and, with it, you can make the whole game world your personal armory. Hold down the L button and you will open the wheel on which all the skills of the game peep out. Select the Compositor, and if you’re holding a basic weapon such as a branch, club, staff, sword, and so on, select the boulder or other weapon in front of you. Press Y to confirm (o ZL to do the same with a shield) and… voilà.
Hin Isan Shrine – How to use Compositor skill in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom
You can attack whatever you like, if we can express ourselves in a not very elegant way. The required shrine is not the simplest, but it teaches you two fundamental things. First, the Composer allows you to create hammers merging any support (club, branch, spear, pitchfork, etc.) with a boulder. Hammers can destroy cracked and brittle rocks, while other weapons cannot. Secondly, using the archi (ZR) you can apply i materials to the arrows holding down ↑ on the digital cross. Choose one of the fruits of fire present in the room to hit the foliage high on the wall.
Choosing the right material – How to use the Compositor skill in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom
Hammers (called “drills” when created with particularly long supports) can be used on dark rocks in caves to obtain precious materials, such as rubies, amber, diamonds, and so on. As you saw in the shrine, combining materials and arrows can be vital: bat eyes create homing arrows, but further on you’ll find bomb flowers, Chuchu jellies with elemental powers, and much, much more. Avoid using cooking ingredients, which do not contribute in any way to your offensive power. And keep yourselves good i bright seeds: there are dark caves that require the latter (plus arrows) in moderate quantities.
Experiment – How to use the Compositor skill in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom
Attaching a ruby to an arrow allows you to shoot fireballs that ricochet off surfaces, but that’s just the tip of the iceberg. If you find the handle of a Zonau weapon, to give one example as another, by fusing it with a contraption of the ancient civilization you will have an additional boost for the resulting weapon. We weren’t kidding about the lack of limits, and as you discover what works and what doesn’t, you’ll be able to backtrack. There are more ways to separate two elements merged into a single weapon, but before descending from the Celestial Island of Origins (read: before finishing the fourth shrine) you can only select the item “Cancel composer” from the inventory, however losing the material on the tip.
Reaching the Village all over again – How to use the Compositor skill in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom
Once you’re down in Hyrule (and you should already have, if you’re on horseback), you can head east and reach the Dacapo village. As you may remember from Breath of the Wild, it’s the country that Link brought together from all the peoples of Hyrule. To get to the Daccapo Village it is possible to pay (once only) 20 rupees for a lifetime subscription to the monorail, but we bypassed a Lynel (very strong miniboss) the old-fashioned way by reaching the Sacrario in Rastak Iwak. Opening a shrine automatically unlocks fast travel, which is useful for gliding there (early Vigor is sufficient).
In the market of the Daccapo Village you will find a small Goron called Popunda. The baby stall is the only place where you can reverse the Compositor’s fusion and get your materials back. It’s not free. Indeed, the service requires no less than 20 rupees, but you have no alternative if you don’t want to lose a precious half of your weapon. There’s a reason it’s a separate ability from the Ultra Hand: he won’t be able to get away with a beginning of thumb tendonitis to separate the pieces. So the service will cost you… but it is also useful to you, especially if you tend to forget what you’re going to attack where.
Handle weapons fused together
You will recognize the combined arms for theblue aura around their ei icon elaborate names. Two branches form a leafy branch, just as with two granclaves you can obtain a “mallet machine”. In short, adjectives abound whenever you are dealing with compound weapons and… speaking of recognizable icons, you will have noticed that weapons about to fall apart flash red in the menu. Pay attention: the “Cancel compositor” option, which as we have already explained sends the second material to hell, it won’t give you back an undamaged base weapon. It will be just as battered as the combined variant, so don’t try to get smart!
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