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This is a guide to getting the Wooden Shield in The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword (HD) for the Nintendo Switch. Read on to learn where to find Wooden Shield, as well as how to use it.
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|An easy-to-use light shield. It insulates from electricity but can burn and break easily, so treat it with care.|
Wooden Shield can be sold to Peatrice at the Item Check for 20 Rupees.
The downside of Wooden Shields is that it will burn in contact with fire, or standing on extremely hot places. Your shield will rapidly burn and disintegrate if it does, leaving you defenseless.
・Given by Instructor Owlan for free
・Purchase from the Gear Shop for 50 Rupees.
・Monster Claw x1
・Jelly Blob x1
・Amber Relic x2
・Upgrade Price: 30 Rupees
・Ornamental Skull x1
・Monster Claw x2
・Amber Relic x3
・Upgrade Price: 50 Rupees
Hold down the R Button on the right Joy-Con to bring up the Pouch menu. Point the controller at the shield and let go of the R Button to equip it.
If done correctly, the shield will appear on Link's back.
Once you have the shield equipped, shake the left Joy-Con or press the left joystick to use the shield. You can use this maneuver to block or deflect enemy attacks.
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