How To Stop The Rain In Breath of the Wild

Rain always seems to come at precisely the wrong time in Zelda, Breath of the Wild. Weather is a greater nemesis than Ganon, for sure. Ganon will mess with you for a few minutes at best. Rain will assault your gaming experience for hours at a time.

So how do you stop the rain?

Well, you don’t. Unlike other games which contain the Ocarina, which can be used to summon storms and send them on their way, the Link of Breath of the Wild is not a musical fellow whatsoever.

You have three choices if you are caught halfway up or down a cliff when it starts to rain.

1. Spam the jump button like crazy, offsetting some of the backsliding. This will work if you’re only a little ways away from your destination. It will absolutely not work under other circumstances.

2. Find a sheltered spot, start a fire, and wait until the next morning. I find that quite often this results in a brief period of respite before the rain begins again, because this game is innately evil.

3. Fast travel across the map and do something somewhere else until it inevitably starts raining there too.

It rains the most in tropical regions, and least on Death Mountain, so hanging out with the Gorons will help you evade those annoying raindrops.

BOTW Reward For Beating Ganon

Breath of the Wild is an epic adventure across a continent and a hundred years to face hatred and malice incarnate: Calamity Ganon. But what do you get for defeating Ganon? Do you get rupees? Gear? Do you get special Ganon armor? Do you get a magical flying carpet ride? Do you gain the power of speech after being mute for so very, very long?

No! What you actually get is…

Wait for it…

Here it comes..

Nothing! Haha!

Yes, your reward for saving Hyrule is being thrown back to the moments before you saved it, given a star on your save profile and having a few slightly harder silver Bokoblins and Moblins and Lizalfos to prod at with a stick.

Myahm Agana Apparatus Shrine Puzzle Skip Cheat Solution!

Annoyed with the tilt-ball puzzle? Adrylek shows you how to skip past the whole shrine and go straight for the orb. (You will require one octo ballon, a remote bomb, stasis, a shield, a korok leaf and enough dexterity to not need to cheat the shrine in the first place.)

Breath of the Wild’s Most Broken Families

In which YouTuber Nesis tries to help accordion playing Rito, Kass, reunite with his estranged wife and child, only to discover a family in trouble:

Rules of Hyrule: Understanding the World Of BOTW


Hyrule 2017 is a world in which weaponry has no value and cannot be bought or sold, which is a bit weird considering all the monsters literally everywhere dropping their guts. It also can’t be made. It can, however, be destroyed in 5-6 hits. Which is why the knights of old used to go around with wagonloads of swords because swords are known for shattering into a million pieces after the third enemy they encounter.

The exception to this is arrows, which can be bought. Because, of course, reasons.


Fairies run on rupees, because without money, what is the point of faith. Giant scantily dressed ladies appearing from the center of watery floral ponds to upgrade your armor is no way to run a kingdom. Which is fine, because Hyrule isn’t actually run as a kingdom because:


Hyrule had a king once, but then Ganon came and now it’s just perpetual chaos, which is fine because everybody sits at home in their villages or sometimes their circus tent stables, which brings me to the ULTIMATE BREATH OF THE WILD SECRET:


This is why even though there are always hordes of monsters around every stable, they leave the people inside alone. It’s not the flimsy fabric keeping them out. It’s the possibility of clowns.

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