Breath of the Wild Korok Seed Locations
Here at Zelda Dungeon we offer two methods to help you collect all the Korok Seeds in the world.
Method One: Interactive Map
Due to the “go anywhere you want, in any order you want, in any way you want” nature of Breath of the Wild, our Interactive Map is our recommended method to use for collecting Korok Seeds. Our map shows the locations of all 900 Korok Seeds, with pictures and instructions on how to find them. Race seeds also indicate the beginning and end of the race. The map also has a checklist feature, which allows you to check off and hide the Korok Seeds that you have already collected.
Using the map allows you to collect the seeds in any order you like, wherever you happen to be in the world at any given time, as many as you feel like getting at that moment. In addition, it also shows the location of all Shrines, Shrine Quests, Side Quests, and many other useful bits of information, that you can toggle on or off using the layers menu, and you can also mark those as completed to help keep track of them as well.
To quickly navigate, you can click any of the links below to scroll the map to the Tower of your choice.
Method Two: By Location, Walkthrough Style, with Video
In addition to our Interactive Map, we will also divide up the Korok Seeds by region. Each page below has a full listing of all the Korok Seeds within its region, along with pictures, a description, and a video collecting all the seeds. If for whatever reason you prefer this method, or are struggling to get that last seed in spite of the map’s assistance, we’ve still got you covered. Each region will be added as it is completed.
Weapon Slot Upgrade Cost Chart
The upgrade cost for each category increases with each upgrade. Only 441 seeds are required to purchase all the weapon slots you can purchase. (However there is a special reward for those intrepid enough to get all 900!) For the price per slot for each of the categories, see the chart below:
|Additional Slots||Melee Weapons||Bows||Shields|
|8 th||25||25 (Max)||10|
|11 th||55 (Max)||15|
|16 th||20 (Max)|
Unlocking and Purchasing
To unlock the ability to turn in Korok Seeds and start purchasing the Weapon Slot upgrades mentioned above, first complete The Priceless Maracas Side Quest on the road to Kakariko Village. After completing this short quest, Hestu will allow you to purchase two slots before he moves to a new location. He can then be found at either the Woodland, Wetland, or Riverside Stables. After the purchase of five more slots, he will move to his final location in the Korok Forest.
Breath of the Wild Korok Seed Locations Here at Zelda Dungeon we offer two methods to help you collect all the Korok Seeds in the world. Method One: Interactive Map Due to the “go anywhere
What To Do With Korok Seeds In ‘Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild’
Play The Legend of Zelda: The Breath of the Wild for long enough, and you’re bound to come across a Korok seed. The game doesn’t funnel you to them, but they’re scattered in enough places that they become hard to miss. You might get them from solving a tiny puzzle, from reaching a far-off peak, or just by chasing down some specks of light as you go about your travels. They’re like collectibles in any other game, but not miserable to find. When you get your first one, you’re given a tiny amount of information — namely that someone named Hestu is looking for them, and that there are more. After that, it’s a bit murky, so keep reading if you’re curious about what to do with your Korok seeds.
Hestu, as it turns out, is a giant Korok with some maracas that he needs to fill with seeds and has chosen a pretty roundabout way of doing so. You’ll initially find him north of Dueling Peaks Stable, across the bridge and up the road a bit. Talk to him and he’ll give you a quest to find said maracas, which will cheer him up. After that, he’ll allow you to spend the seeds to upgrade your inventory space, which will come as a real blessing for anyone that’s had to leave valuable weapons behind or spend way too much time managing their stock in the menus. You can upgrade inventory for weapons, shields and bows individually. The upgrades get more expensive by one seed each time.
After you find him by the Dueling Stables, he’ll stop right near Riverside stable before finally retiring to the Korok Forest. Upgrading is absolutely worth it, especially for loot-minded players. Link is going to need lots of these fragile items to make it through tough spots, and it’s nice to have a range of options available.
The Koroks are one of the best things about this game, and one of the ways that Breath of the Wild adapts open world tropes into something much more fun. They’re not just points on a map, they’re tiny little moments of discovery that make the journey through the world more exciting. It’s hard to give advice on how to find more, except: wander. If you see something odd, check it out. I will say this: keep apples handy.
Korok seeds are mysterious but vital items you’re bound to find in Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.