The home you can buy is in Hateno Village, southeast of Firly Pond. Cross the bridge and chat to the construction workers until you find Bolson, the head of construction. 3000 rupees, 30 bundles of wood. After a bit of a chat, you’ll talk him down to a bargain price – 3000 rupees and 30 bundles of wood.
Wood is an item from The Legend of Zelda : Breath of the Wild . It is a collectible material used to build a campfire. These pieces of wood can be found by Link by cutting trees or fallen trunks with a sword or an axe, or by picking up felled or lying logs.
Buy everything, and you’ll complete the ” Hylian Homeowner ” side quest. It’s easy, if expensive (and lengthy, because Bolson takes his time). Everything you purchase will cost 100 rupees, and you have many options: bed (1) bow mounts (3) door (1) flowers (1) lighting (1) shield mounts (3) sign (1) trees (1)
Hunting Rito Village. Trott will buy Raw Gourmet Meat for 100 rupees . Meat Skewers can make you hundreds of rupees . Great-Horned Rhinoceros. Cooking apples gives you Simmered Fruit, worth 10 rupees per apple. Pondo’s Lodge, home of snowball bowling. Getting a strike will earn you 300 rupees . Gorae Torr Shrine.
Zelda: Breath of the Wild Tarrey Town Guide: Getting Started You can find the house right next to the Myahm Agana Shrine, across a small bridge just behind some new homes that have been erected by the construction company.
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The ONLY way to make him leave forever is to do the Tarrey Town side quest and NOT talk to him after the wedding. If you talk to him then he moves back. No option is giving so you HAVE TO AVOID TALKING TO HIM.
Raiding camps and killing enemies – Throughout the game you’ll come across enemy-filled camps. Clear out these and you’ll likely find some Rupees lying around, or as a reward in a chest. Better still, the item drops you get can be sold on, and even the more common creatures have parts that add up surprisingly quickly.
Bolson サクラダ (Sakurada, サクラダ?) is a character from The Legend of Zelda : Breath of the Wild. He is a Hylian who can be found at Hateno Village in the region of East Necluda.
Yes, they’ll regrow after awhile (not sure how long) so chop away if you’re that much of a tree hater. Think of a Blood Moon as Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild’s reset button.
It comes out to around 5,000 after all the upgrades. In my opinion it’s worth it ; gives you somewhere to store good weapons/bows/shields. Yes.
Now Hudson needs a Goron with a name ending in “son ,” because why not? You’ll find Grayson sitting near a fire and a cooking pot in the Southern Mine, on the path that leads up Death Mountain to Goron Village.
Hylian Homeowner is one of the 76 Side Quests in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. It can be started at Hateno Village in the Hateno Region. Just to the West of Myahm Agana Shrine, look for a small footbridge behind the Bolson Construction Homes to find an abandoned house with men working to demolish it.