Where to get Bomb Flowers in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

One of the biggest changes in Tears of the Kingdom compared to Breath of the Wild is the loss of bombs-on-demand. We used to be able to magic bombs out of thin air with our rune abilities. In Tears of the Kingdom we have to find bomb flowers. In a way this is even better, because we can fuse our bomb flowers with arrows to create bomb arrows. Today I’m going to go through where to get bomb flowers in Tears of the Kingdom, so you’ll have a near endless supply, and you are always ready to explode your enemies.

Bomb flowers are explosive plants that sprout out of the ground, and explode when they are either fused to arrows and fired at enemies, or sometimes they even explode when they are stepped on. Bomb flowers are useful as weapons, but also useful if you want to clear out some heavy rocks and create pathways through tunnels in caves and underground in the Depths.

In Breath of the Wild we could command bombs into existance with our runes, these were either regular bombs or cube shaped bombs. We could also buy bomb arrows or find bomb arrows in chests around Hyrule. While bomb flowers are a decent replacement, they can be tricky to find if you don’t know where to look, so that’s what we’re going to get into today.

Where to find bomb flowers

Bomb flowers can be found in a couple of environments – caves and The Depths. It’s likely you will have stumbled across bomb flowers in your adventures in the Depths, and when you see them it’s best to pick them up and horde as many as possible.

One place you can find bomb flowers is the Royal Hidden Passage, which you can get to from the Emergancy Shelter in Lookout Landing. The first time you go down there you’ll want to take a rock hammer with you, because there are plenty of rock walls to break, and you don’t want to be using your valuable bomb arrows for exploring this network of caves. While you can find a bunch of bomb flowers down there in the Royal Hidden Passage, it’s not the most efficient way of getting bomb flowers.

The second place to look for bomb flowers is down in the Depths. Here you’ll find bunches of bomb flowers that grow together. Check out the Grove of Time near Nuzimak Lighroot, that has a n abundance of bomb flowers are it’s a good place to stock up. Specifically down in the Depths you’ll want to look for a huge tree that only grow down in the Depths, and you’ll normally find 5-6 bomb flowers at the base of that tree.

Third, caves are another good place to farm bomb flowers. Chec out the side of mountains or hilly regions in Hyrule, and if a side quest takes you into a cave, then make sure you check around for bomb flowers at the same time.

Where to buy bomb flowers

Searching for blomb flowers is fine, but you can also buy them, which certainly saves time, especially if you have a bunch of rupees. There are a couple of places you can buy bomb flowers in Tears of the Kingdom.

  • Tarrey Town – Here you’ll find a Rito merchant called Fyson, and they sell bomb flowers for 40 rupees each.
  • Gerudo Town – Here you’ll find a vendor names Danda who sells bomb flowers, but this option is only available after you beat the Lightning Temple.
  • Bargainer statues – You can buy bomb flowers from Bargainer Statues for poes, the white spirit things you find in the depths. One of these can be found in Lookout Landingm next to where we first meet Robbie. A bmomb flower will cost you 16 poes, plus you can find other Bargainer Statues by paying this one 100 poes.

There’s a couple of options for bomb flowers in Tears of the Kingdom. If you want to put in the leg work and find them, then The Depths is probably your best bet. If you are currency rich and want to buy them, then go ahead. However you get them, bomb flowers are super useful in Tears of the Kingdom, whether you are taking on Gloom Hands, or burrowing in caves for hidden treasure.

That’s it for this guide for how to get bomb flowers in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom. For more Tears of the Kingdom content like this check out Triforce Times on YouTube and subscribe today.

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