This is a guide to all secrets and unlockables in Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity. Read on to learn the game's secrets, as well as all unlockables and easter eggs!
Press the L and R buttons to move Terrako around on the loading screen. You can also press the B button to make him jump.
You can also find the number of completed Story Chapters, Challenges, and Quests on the lower left corner of the screen, much like the number of shrines completed shown in a similar spot in Breath of the Wild.
When embarking on a story chapter, Link may sometimes use a Cucco instead of his paraglider to glide to the destination.
This is a reference to a gameplay mechanic in previous Zelda games wherein Link can pick up a Cucco to jump and glide down to an area.
You can find a ranch on the eastmost area of the map on Chapter 1: The Battle of Hyrule Field that bears striking resemblance to the Lon Lon Ranch in The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time.
You can also find this area, named Ranch Ruins, in Breath of the Wild.
Similarly, you can also find an unnamed village near the ranch that closely resembles the Mabe Village in The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening.
Much like the ranch, you can find this area, named Mabe Village Ruins, in Breath of the Wild.
Near Mabe Village, you can find scarecrows wearing a straw hat, a bandana, and a vest. These resemble the scarecrows, Bonooru and Pierre from The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time.
Upon completing the Entrance Test quest, the instructor remarks that he will train you anytime—as long as you have enough rupees.
The line is a reference to Link: The Faces of Evil. In the game, you can find a character named Morshu that sells items. Interacting with him triggers a cutscene with the following dialogue:
"Lamp oil, rope, bombs - you want it, it's yours, my friend, as long as you have enough Rubies."
When performing a Weak-Point Smash as the Great Fairies, the Horse God may appear from the flower instead to finish off the enemy.
Originally from Breath of the Wild, the Horse God, known as Malanya, resides in a fairy fountain spring and has the power to revive horses that have been killed.
The tune that Terrako plays is called Zelda's Lullaby, a recurring song found in previous Zelda games.
First heard in A Link to the Past, the song plays whenever Zelda appears. In some games, Link plays this tune to solve puzzles in dungeons.
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In Breath of the Wild, Akkala Buns is a type of food that Link can buy at the East Akkala Stable. Unlike most food items, the game does not physically show what the food is and only describes it as being made of fresh ingredients.
Age of Calamity reveals the mystery behind this food item: Four Tireless Frogs are needed to create Akkala Buns!
|Enlarge Rumor of a Blupee||Enlarge Blupee on the battlefield|
Much like in Breath of the Wild, you can find glowing blue rabbits called Blupees on the battlefield. They can be found in set locations randomly and will quickly run away when you get close to them.
In the opening cinematic for the game, as the Diminutive Guardian whistles a tune and opens a portal, we can see Sheikah Text floating around the portal.
By rotating the text, we can see it spells out Gate of Time Open. This is a reference to how the Guardian will embark on a journey across time to help Princess Zelda save Hyrule.
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As the game loads in from the title screen, we can catch a quick glimpse of some Sheikah Text along the top of the tower. The visible characters spell out ikah Tower.
It would be safe to assume that the complete text would say Sheikah Tower. In this game, the Central Tower serves as the main hub for the Champions before they embark on the different story missions and challenges.
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When you enter challenges that take place in shrines, you might notice some Sheikah Text on the bars of the entrance to the trial room. When rotated clockwise, these repeatedly spell out Shutter. This could refer to shutter gates which tend to open and close vertically.
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After completing Chapter 7: The Future of Hyrule, a series of quests and challenges will appear on the map. These let you repair and unlock Terrako as a playable character and view the game's Secret Ending.
You can unlock the Hyrule Warrior's Outfit as a reward for completing the game 100 percent. Fans of the first Hyrule Warriors game will remember this outfit as Link's outfit from that iteration.
Complete story chapters, quests, and challenges to unlock outfits that Link can wear and also outfits for Zelda and the four Champions.
There are four Secret Characters in the game that are unlocked by completing specific character exclusive quests.
Completing specific story chapters, challenges, and quests lets you unlock cooking recipes. These recipes grant Meal Effects that provides buffs in battle.
Often in battle, you can find treasure chests hidden on the map that contain materials or weapons.
Unlike the other unlockables mentioned above, unlocking all treasures chests is not required to reach the game's 100% completion rate.
|Gameplay and Controls|
|How to Perform a Weak-Point Smash||How to Perform a Flurry Rush|
|Parrying Guide: Who Can Parry?||Controls and Controller Options|
|Restoring Hearts: How to Heal||How to Change Characters|
|Sheikah Runes Guide||How to Use Rods|
|Blood Moon Rewards and How to Unlock|
|Tips and Tricks|
|Korok Seed Locations||Treasure Chest Locations|
|Rupee Farming Guide||EXP Farming Guide|
|Weapon Fusion Guide||How to Use the Sheikah Sensor|
|What to Do With Rusty Weapons||How to Break Korok Balloons|
|How to Remove Weapon Seals||How to Unlock the Secret Ending|
|How to Unlock Hidden Seals||How to Use the Korok Sensor|
|Weapon Farming Guide||100 Percent Rewards and Guide|
|Combat Tips and Techniques||All Secrets and Unlockables|
|How to Jump and Use the Paraglider||Best Items to Sell|
|How to Catch Blupees||List of Upgrades|
|List of Multiplayer Features||Difference Between Difficulty Modes|
|amiibo Support and Rewards||How to Save|
|Will There Be DLC?||Is Age of Calamity Canon?|
|Is Age of Calamity Open World?||How Long is Age of Calamity?|
|Version 1.0.1 Patch Notes and How to Update||Is There a New Game Plus?||How to Change Language Settings||Frame Rate Issues and How to Fix|
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