The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild is by and large one of the greatest games ever made. Its scale and scope is beyond what many games hope to be. The land of Hyrule has never been more fleshed out, more alive than it is here. This game literally has just about everything you could hope for in a grand adventure. And yes, that includes dragons, big ones even. Breath of the Wild has three dragons for you to go find, fight, and collect cool stuff from. In this Dragon Farming Guide, we’re going to help you do Farosh Dragon Farming.

Introduction:

First and foremost, who are these dragons? Well, the three dragons are called Dinraal, Farosh, and Naydra. For those of you well versed in Zelda lore, these should sound familiar. These dragons were named after the legendary goddess of the land of Hyrule, Din, Nayru, and Farore. These dragons have been in Hyrule for a long time, long before Link was put to sleep after Ganon’s rebirth, and they’ve been roaming the lands ever since. But, because of Ganon, they’re cursed currently, so you have to go defeat them to free them from their curse. After that? Well…

All good with Farosh Dragon Farming? Check out our Naydra Dragon Farming or Dinraal Dragon Farming guides.

Why Find Them?

Well first of all…they’re dragons, why wouldn’t you want to find them? Now, true, one of them is easily seen, as it’s near the Bridge of Hylia where one of the memory fragments are, but the other two aren’t so easy. So, besides shock and awe factor, why go after them?

Well, these dragons, much like all other creatures in Breath of the WIld, have collectible items that can be garnered by fighting with them. Depending on how you use them, you can create items (mainly sets of armor), you can cook with them (which drastically increases how long your items work in the field) and if you’re desperate, you can sell them for a pretty penny. They are useful for a specific quest. But, just like real dragons (yes, you heard me), they’re a rare sight, and if you don’t know what you’re doing, you won’t get anything.

Now, once you do encounter these dragons, you have one of four things you can collect, you can only collect one item per day. You can get a Dragon Scale, Dragon Claw, Dragon Horn, or Dragon Fang. This is where Farosh Dragon Farming comes into play.

Farosh

Farosh Dragon Farming

Interestingly enough, Farosh Dragon Farming is the easiest to do. This is likely because of the fact that Lake Hylia has plenty of vantage points for you to take advantage of it.

In fact, depending on when you try and take on Farosh (early in the morning, 5am, or late at night), it’ll spring from Riola Spring (in the morning) or Gerudo Summit (at night). We suggest using the Riola Spring arrival, as there are numerous highspots there where you’ll just have to wait for her to arrive and then strike her to get the item.

Farosh uses massive electric energy spheres to attack (fire, ice, lightning, get it?), so we recommend having the Thunder Helm handy.

You’ll need to be careful, and cunning, and try and get an open shot. All three of the dragons create an updraft as they move, if you want a better shot, use it to rise up, then slow down time as you aim and fire.

If you hit any of the four areas listed above (scales encompass the entire body), a dragon part will fall off. What’s more, it glows! So you won’t be able to miss it.

Once you have your part, head to the nearest fire and start the day, then wash, rinse, and repeat.

If you need to know what other non-Dragon items you need to upgrade your armor, check out volv.org’s great Armor Sets guide.

Armor NameArmor PieceLevelParts Needed
Barbarian ArmorBody1Shard Of Farosh’s Horn
Champion’s TunicBody2Shard Of Farosh’s Horn (x2)
Cap Of The WildHead2Farosh Scale (x2)

We hope you’ve enjoyed our Farosh Dragon Farming Guide! Need help with Naydra Dragon Farming or Dinraal Dragon Farming? Check out our other guides.

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