‘Legend Of Zelda: Breath of the Wild’ Guide: How To Revive A Horse

By Allan , Updated Apr 03, 2017 08:40 AM EDT
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One of the things a player can do in “Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild” is not just to tame horses but also revive them when they die in the game. There are different types of horses found in the game that players can tame and use in the game. But should a time come where they were killed, players can have them revived with the help of the Horse God.

How to Revive Horses in the Game

When a player wants to revive a horse, all they need to do is find the Horse God and pay 1000 Rupees to summon him according to Gamers Heroes. He is found in Hyrule’s far south. Continue travelling south after the Lake Hylia and go South East upon reaching Faron Grasslands. Then from the Highland Stable’s South Eash side, cross the bridge of the Horse God to find a fairy fountain. This is where the player needs to pay Rupees to summon the Horse God. Once done, the horse will be revived and players just need to return to this spot whenever they want to revive a tamed horse that was killed “Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild”

How to Tame Horses in the Game

To tame a horse in the game, Polygon reports players must carefully sneak up behind one of them in the game and hop on them until they are tamed. Horses with lower stats will be easy to tame but the higher ones will try to get you off their back. For that reason, players need to have more stamina to keep their position. In addition, single colored horses are harder to train compared to spotted ones. Mounting a horse is a bit of a challenge so players should sooth them to tame them. If the player runs out of stamina while riding a horse, they will kick out so always make sure they have enough stamina before mounting one in “Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild”

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