It’s your first night in Zelda, Breath of the Wild, the temperature is dropping, and you have no idea how to get warm. How do you build a camp fire? How do you craft a torch? Either one will make you warm, but instructions are few and far between in Zelda.
Your first night will be about finding fire. Fire can be found in campsites, under cooking pots, and even in lanterns. You can transfer fire around the place by sticking some wood into it and taking the burning item to a better location. Watch out though, dry grass catches on fire in Zelda, Breath of the Wild, and though it will warm you, it may be to your ultimate detriment.
Alternative means of making fire in Zelda:
- Find fire arrows, which will set wood on fire when fired at it.
- Collect flint from ores, drop it on the ground next to a pile of wood or at an un-lit campfire, and strike it with a metal blade.
- Kill fire jellies and take their fiery innards.
- Use a torch to carry fire around for portable warmth. Torches are lootable items from camp sites.
Finally, GET THE WARM DOUBLET! Here is how you get the warm doublet from the old man!