How to Use Chuchu Jelly in Tears of the Kingdom

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Chuchu Jelly is an interesting component of The Legend of Zelda: Tears of The Kingdom. Chuchus are an enemy that dates back forever in the franchise, and these elemental jelly creatures are incredibly useful in Tears of The Kingdom. Here’s how to use Chuchu Jelly in Tears of The Kingdom.

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How to Use Chuchu Jelly in Tears of the Kingdom

After defeating a Chuchu, which are found all over the game, you can use the jelly collected from them to cook in Elixirs, fuse to your weapons and arrows, or even throw them like elemental grenades.

The best thing you can do with Chuchu Jelly in Tears of The Kingdom is to fuse them to your arrows. Unlike Breath of The Wild, you won’t find Bombs, fire, ice, and thunder arrows in the wild. You’ll need to use Chuchu Jellys to make them yourself. It is a good idea to always be stocked with as much jelly as possible.

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It’s always important to ensure a healthy supply of all of the different elemental jellies. Having access to Ice Chuchus, Water Chuchus, and FIre Chuchus will make sure you’re always ready for anything that comes your way.

If you want to throw the jelly, just hold R and click up on the D-Pad to select the jelly, then throw that sucker at your foe to deal some damage. It won’t have the range of an infused arrow, but it will get the job done if you’re in a pinch.

That’s how to use Chuchu Jelly in Tears of The Kingdom, for more tips, tricks, and guides sta right here at Prima Games. There are so many little secrets in Tears of The Kingdom for players to uncover. Check out how to complete the Mogawak Shrine in Tears of The Kingdom.

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