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One thing I didn’t like about The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild was the need for Korok Leaves to power a raft. Fortunately, The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom did away with this, as well, making Korok Leaves more useful. I had lots of fun experimenting with this item but needed a lot. This led to me farming as many Korok Leaves as I could with the methods below.
Where to farm Korok Leaves in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom
Only certain trees will drop Korok Leaves in Tears of the Kingdom: non-fruit-bearing trees, palm trees, and coniferous trees that drop pine cones. You can chop these down and have a chance to receive a Korok Leave.
Some of the best places to farm for Korok Fronds are the Forest of Spirits, the Forest of Time, and the Dalite Forest. North of In-isa is also a great place to get Korok Fronds early on since it is on Great Sky Island and my favorite place to farm this item. Axes even spawn here, making it easier.
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What to Fuse with Korok Leaves in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom
The most useful Fuse with a Korok Frond is arrows or a weapon. This allows you to fire arrows that generate wind gusts, or swing your weapon and fire off wind bursts. This is helpful for pushing enemies, especially into water, which can be an instant kill. However, there is not much benefit to fusing a Korok Frond to your shield, so we recommend avoiding this.
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