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Topic: Zelda Breath of the Wild - Your Organic Korok Seed Count

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nocdaes

I've recently dipped back into BOTW, having played it for 300+ hours in the first few months from launch, and then another 50 odd hours when each of the DLC packs launched. I've noticed my Korok Seed count is at 532, but it got me thinking... We know plenty of people have achieved the 900 total, but the vast majority of those people would have used the guide/map/online to find them all.

So, a few questions:

What's your Organic Korok Seed Count?
What techniques have you adopted to find more?
Has anyone genuinely managed to find 900 without "cheating"?

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MasterJay

I'm somewhere around 250, which is just what I have from finding them while playing. Didn't cheat at all and I have all 120 shrines as well. I've put 200 hours exactly into the game

Well excuuuse me princess

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redd214

I believe in my first wave for I had a little over 200. No guides or anything just found them as I went along.

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HobbitGamer

I’m somewhere between 200-250, just exploring. I think I’m off a few shrines, too

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SwitchForce

One can always ask Nintendo developers how many Korok seed did they make - that doesn't mean they tell you how to find them but at least you know how many are there. Or you can search on youtube for those whom by gaming without glitches or cheats to show the 900 seeds. If they use a map to find them I doubt that is cheating as you still a have to get to those locations and find them. They don't just appear because you want them.

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D3adPool

Oh man, my number is pretty pathetic. Maybe 70 or so? No, I didn't cheat for them. However, if I did decide to find them all I would most certainly cheat. There's no way I would be able to find all 900 by myself, I'm too much of a n00b. Breath of the Wild is probably my second favorite game of all time and I did all 120 shrines twice (lost my save file once) and have hundreds of hours in the game. I'm just not very good at koroks though. 😂

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HobbitGamer

SwitchForce wrote:

One can always ask Nintendo developers how many Korok seed did they make - that doesn't mean they tell you how to find them but at least you know how many are there. Or you can search on youtube for those whom by gaming without glitches or cheats to show the 900 seeds. If they use a map to find them I doubt that is cheating as you still a have to get to those locations and find them. They don't just appear because you want them.

...What?

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BlueOcean

@nocdaes I haven't used a guide at all, my count is and will be 515. I enjoyed much more looking for ghosts in Twilight Princess.

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SKTTR

Getting all 900 Korok Seeds was a nice endgame "side quest" (using a map / the Korok Mask wasn't implemented at the time and I didn't see it coming) to wrap the game up 100%.

However, I wouldn't do it again.
I have a soft spot for Golden Skulltullas though, and want at least 100 in the next game.

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BlueOcean

@SKTTR The cool thing about Skulltulas is that there is an obscure story about them and that there were tricky to find but "only" 100 of them existed. Nothing more satisfying than killing one and getting the token, with the hookshot if necessary.

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Moroboshi876

I'm on almost 400, with Korok mask mainly, not looking for them, but reacting to the signal while doing other quests. I have to beat the Champions Ballad DLC and levels intermediate and hard of Trials of the Sword and then I'll slay Ganon, after which I'll consider the game concluded. Some months later, after playing (at last!) other titles seriously I might return to it and use the motorcycle to find the near 500 seeds left, though, as a pretext to revisit Hyrule with no quests pending.

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