‘Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild’ Guide: Changing The Color Of Link’s Clothes

By Allan , Updated Mar 10, 2017 03:44 AM EST
Zelda Breath of the Wild | Clothing Dye & Customization
Customize Link's clothes by changing its color in the game and this guide will help players complete the process.
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One of the things that players can do as Link in “Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild” is to change the color of his clothes. However, finding the right color is not as easy as it looks because players needs different ingredients to come up with a specific color. Each dye will cost Link 20 rupees aside from the color ingredients.

Where to Dye Link’s Clothes

In the game world, Link needs to reach the Hateno village which is located in the eastern side of the game map. In the village, players will find a shop owned by Sayge that offers dye to customize the color of Link’s cothes. For each dye, players are required to give five objects that have the color they want. As soon as the items are handed to Sayge, the clothes will instantly be in the color selected.

Ingredients to Dye Clothes

In “The Legend of Zelda: Breth of the Wild”, the ingredients to dye clothes are found almost anywhere in the game. It can be taken from a plan, dropped by a monster and even a gemstone, as long as the item has a color. The price of the ingredients also varies from very rare to very ordinary so players opt to be cautious which ingredients to use. The good thing is the required 5 ingredient need not be different. Players can use five pieces of one ingredient or two different ingredient that totals to 5 pieces.

Changing Back the Color of the Clothes

If the player decides to bring back the color of Link’s clothes, all the player needs to give is 20 rupees. Link doesn’t need to provide five ingredients of the same color again as any previously bought color will remain to be available in Sayge’s shop for the of the game.

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