Tears of the Kingdom: How to Get the Armor of the Wild Set in TotK - Prima Games

Tears of the Kingdom: How to Get the Armor of the Wild Set in TotK

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by Nikola L

The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom has indeed a great selection of different armor sets that you can obtain. We know that many of you aim to collect just about every armor set there is in Tears of the Kingdom, and here at Prima Games, we feel the same and are building up a big database of articles on how to get various armor sets in TotK.

And now, to deliver what you have come for, the guide on how to get the Armor of the Wild Set in Tears of the Kingdom.

Where to Find the Armor of the Wild Set in Tears of the Kingdom (TotK)

Before we go any further, I must advise you that it would be best if you obtained the Flamebreaker Armor set beforehand, because it’s definitely going to lead to a lot less headaches. Here’s how to Get the Flamebreaker Armor Set.

Armor of the Wild Set has three separate pieces. Let’s explain to you how to get Cap of the Wild, Trousers of the Wild, and Tunic of the Wild.

Below, you will find the coordinates and guides for all three pieces of the Armor of the Wild Set in TotK.

How to Get Cap of the Wild in Tears of the Kingdom (TotK)

For Cap of the Wild, you need to get to the Hyrule Ridge Chasm, located around the following coordinates:

-2644, 1138, 0166

In the screenshot below, you will see the red color on the map, between Tanagar Canyon, Upland Lindor, Thundra Plateau, and Mouth Rhoam. That’s how most of the chasms are “marked” but we’ll help you with precise coordinates too.

Image via Zeldadungeon.net

After a long fall, don’t forget to glide and break your fall, and check out the Lightroots within the Chasm if you haven’t already. The Cap of the Wild is located in the northwest section, at the following coordinates:

-3955, 3726, -0860

Hebra Dark Skeleton is the landmark on the map that you need, for better reference. It’s a big skeleton that spreads far and wide in the Chasm, and the Cap of the Wild is in the head of this skeleton. The most optimal way of traversal is to fast travel to Kato Lightroot in the northwest corner of the Chasm (north of Sherfin’s Lavafalls) if you have it unlocked, and then to just glide east until you reach the destination. There will be spots where you can stop to regenerate your Stamina a bit if for any reason you are low on it.

Within the skull of this huge snake (presumably) skeleton, you will find the chest that contains the Cap of the Wild.

Screenshot by Prima Games

By the way, if you need the Elixir Recipes, Prima has the list of all Elixir Recipes in TotK.

Screenshot by Prima Games

How to Get Trousers of the Wild in Tears of the Kingdom (TotK)

For Trousers of the Wild, you will need to visit the Drenan Highlands Chasm. Coordinates for it are as follows:

-0070, 2990, 0190

If you need landmarks, it’s east-southeast of North Lomel Labyrinth, northeast of Mount Drena, and just west of Thyphlo Ruins.

Same as before, jump in. The two Lightroots within this Chasm are on your way toward the chest that contains Trousers of the Wild, in the northeast corner of this area. Katenim Lightroot will be directly northeast of your entry point, and Kayam Lightroot east of the Katenim Lightroot.

Trousers of the Wild are located at the following coordinates, within a chest in Eldin Dark Skeleton, directly east of the Katenim Lightroot:

-1675, 3723, -0561

Here’s the screenshot of the location and the Trousers themselves:

Screenshot by Prima Games
Screenshot by Prima Games

How to Get Tunic of the Wild in Tears of the Kingdom (TotK)

The final piece of this set is located in yet another Chasm, called East Gerudo Chasm, on the following coordinates:

-2500, -3050, 0090

There are four Lightroots in this area that you should visit in order to have an easier way of navigating the area.

Screenshot by Prima Games

Tunic of the Wild is around the following coordinates, in the southwest corner of this section:

-4875, 3720, -0460

Here’s a screenshot of the chest where you will find the final item of this set:

Screenshot by Prima Games

And, that’s it! You got the Wild Armor Set, after a lot of hiking, gliding, and roaming through the darkness. Next, you should try and get the Zora Armor; the guide is really sought-after these days on Prima Games, so you might want to check it out:

Related: Tears of the Kingdom – How to Get the Zora Armor Set in TOTK

How to Upgrade the Wild Armor Set in Tears of the Kingdom (TotK)

This armor can be upgraded by visiting the Great Fairy. By upgrading the Wild Armor set, you will increase the defensive capabilities of the set. For this upgrade process, you will need some Acorns and Dragon Scales. Wild, right?

We hope you enjoyed this guide and that you will enjoy sporting the Wild Armor set. If you need anything else related to The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, click on the game tag below to browse the entirety of our content or use our on-site search function for keywords you are interested in. See you soon at Prima Games!

About The Author

Nikola L

Staff Writer at Prima Games since May 2022. Gaming since being able to hold an Amiga 500 joystick on his own, back in the early 90s (When gaming was good, remember?). He has been through thousands a lot of different video, board, and card games and it seems that he wants to make it tens of thousands soon™. Current favorites: Vampire Survivors, SMITE, Marvel Snap. Participated in the organization of dozens of gaming events and tournaments and has been professionally attached to gaming since 2009.

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