There are 120 shrines in Breath of the Wild, each of which contains a spirit orb. You need four spirit orbs to upgrade either your maximum hearts or your maximum stamina. At most, you can have 30 hearts or three full bars of stamina, but not both at the same time. Maximizing one means sacrificing the other.
You can eat food that gives you hearts more easily than stamina I felt, and early on stamina was way more useful than more hearts. Ultimately if you get all the shrines you’ll max one or the other out. So few times I missed the extra hearts, but the extra stamina was CONSTANTLY useful.
User Info: pingufetch5. 30 hearts is the hard cap for hearts, but yellow heart foods are still useful afterwards because they always heal all of your hearts.
The main way to earn new heart containers or stamina wheel upgrades in Breath of the Wild is to complete Shrine trials and amass Spirit Orbs. Each trial gives Link one of these orbs, with four being needed to trade for one upgrade.
So…if you get to the forest, realize that you’re short on hearts, but have powered up stamina, you can go swap them. You can also swap them back immediately after getting the sword. You don’t have to KEEP 13 hearts, after all – just have them long enough to pass the test. Once you have the sword it doesn’t matter.
Major spoiler alert ahead. When enough Korak seeds are collected, they can be exchanged with the character Hestu for increased inventory space. The latest Zelda game contains 900 of these Korok seeds and today gamer xFateAwaitsx has found all of them.
No, only the red hearts count. From the Prima guide: To get the Master Sword you need a total of 13 hearts. You have to have 13 hearts as Link’s base health to pull the Master Sword from the ground.
User Info: Scontig. You need 13 hearts to pull out the Master Sword but once you ‘ve got it your hearts can go below 13 if you want to swap some heart containers for stamina containers.
Savage Lynel Sword (58) The most powerful one-handed weapon, you can use a Savage Lynel Sword after you pry it from the cold, dead hands of a Silver-maned Lynel, one of the deadliest foes in the game.
There are two endings that you can get in Zelda Breath of the Wild. They all depend on how many and which missions you’ve completed. The missions in question are freeing all of the Divine Beasts from Ganon’s hold, which are main story missions, and getting all of Link’s memories, which is more of a side quest.
Sure, it’s the best bow in the game. Sure, it has infinite ammo, since it shoots beams of light instead of arrows. And sure, it’s invincible, so it won’t eventually break like other items. You can ‘t carry the Bow of Light over into your main game save file; you lose this item as soon as the credits roll.
Yes, most folks who do a 3 -heart run find this perfectly acceptable. Trade your stamina for hearts, get the MS, then immediately return to the statue and get your stamina back.
The amount of Heart Containers you need to collect it is 13 in total. Since you start with three Heart Containers, that means you need 10 over the course of your journey. To put that in perspective, thats: 40 Shrines completed (each Shrine gives you a Shine Orb, and 4 Shrine Orbs is worth 1 Heart Container)
That’s when you can re-spec your upgrades. The statue will pay you 100 rupees for every heart container and stamina add-on. They’ll return a stat of your choice for 120 rupees.