This is a guide to easily getting more Arrows in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild (BotW). Learn the best way to farm Arrows, as well as other information including buy prices and locations.
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|A common arrow. Its shaft was carved from the wood of a sturdy tree.|
The basic arrow is the most common type of arrow for bows in the game. It's also used to craft Ancient Arrows.
|Where to Buy Arrows|
|・Curious Quiver (Kakariko)
・Danda (Arrow Shop)
・Shaillu (Item Shop)
・East Wind (Item Shop)
・Slippery Falcon (Item Shop)
・General Shoppe (All)
・Mubs (Item Shop)
・Coral Reef (Item Shop)
・Giro (Item Shop)
・Botrick (Item Shop)
・Gartan (Item Shop)
・Jini (Item Shop)
・Beedle (Any Location)
|Buy Price (x1)||5
|Buy Price (x5)||20
|Buy Price (x10)||35
The best way to farm arrows is by defeating enemies that use bows. Although almost all enemies use bows, the most efficient monster to farm arrows from is the Lizalfos.
The best place to farm arrows from Lizalfos is the valley heading up to the Zora's Domain in the Lanaryu Region from Lanaryu Tower.
Although the Lizalfos here use Shock Arrows against you, they only drop regular arrows in bundles of 5.
Note: While you can start your farming run from Lanaryu Tower, it's best to teleport to Zora's Domain and head down from Luto's Crossing. Starting from Zora's Domain ensures that the Lizalfos are facing away from you, allowing you to sneak up on them for easier kills.
Defeating all Lizalfos in the valley can net you between 100 to 250 arrows per run. As with all monsters, the Lizalfos here will respawn after a Blood Moon.
You can farm arrows by using any wooden shield. The best enemies to farm using this method are Bokoblins, Stalkoblins, and Yiga Clan Footsoldiers that use bows.
To farm arrows using this method, face an enemy and block with your wooden shield. The arrows they fire will stick to the shield and will be placed in your inventory when you release the ZL button.
Lizalfos have a tendency to attack at range. Even when using close-ranged attacks, they will quickly jump back to avoid your attacks. When engaging Lizalfos, use spear-type weapons as these have a longer reach and can hit them even if they jump back.
Lizalfos have a blind spot under their chin. As long as you're directly under their head, the Lizalfos will lose sight of you. Use this to your advantage and hit them repeatedly with your strongest weapons!
Wearing the Lizalfos Mask allows you to get up close to Lizalfos who will react to your presence with curiousity. Wearing this mask as you make your way through the valley makes sneak attacks easier to do. You can also force the Lizalfos to gather around you and then strike all of them at once with Urbosa's Fury.
If you have The Master Trials DLC, you can also wear Majora's Mask, which functions the same as the Lizalfos Mask.
|BotW Bows and Arrows|
|Bow of Light||Wooden Bow||Traveler's Bow|
|Soldier's Bow||Knight's Bow||Royal Bow|
|Forest Dweller's Bow||Silver Bow||Swallow Bow|
|Falcon Bow||Great Eagle Bow||Golden Bow|
|Phrenic Bow||Ancient Bow||Royal Guard's Bow|
|Twilight Bow||Boko Bow||Spiked Boko Bow|
|Dragonbone Boko Bow||Lizal Bow||Strengthened Lizal Bow|
|Steel Lizal Bow||Lynel Bow||Mighty Lynel Bow|
|Savage Lynel Bow||Duplex Bow|
How to Get More Arrows | Arrow Farming Guide
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