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Cooking Pot

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Cooking Pot
BotW Link Cooking.jpg
Link using a Cooking Pot from Breath of the Wild
Game(s)
Other media Freshly-Picked Tingle's Rosy Rupeeland
Use(s) Combining Materials and turning them into Food (BotW)

Cooking Pots,(BotW)[citation needed] also known as Pots,(FPTRR)[1] are recurring objects in The Legend of Zelda series.

Location and Uses

Breath of the Wild

Cooking Pots are crude stone cookware that rest on a metallic base over a Campfire. They allow Link to Cook more complex recipes than with a simple Campfire as they can hold up to five Materials. Combining Materials will produce more elaborate Food, which in turn can grant superior effects when consumed, such as any possible combination of greater health restoration, additional Hearts and supplementary status effects. Mixing incompatible ingredients will yield failed Foods, such as Dubious Food or Failed Experiments.

Link is capable of Sitting at Cooking Pots to pass time to Morning, Noon or Night.[2] Cooking Pots tend to be active, though inactive Cooking Pots may appear, requiring Link to ignite the Wood beneath to use them. Cooking Pots exposed to Rain are rendered unusable until it stops. When in proximity to active Cooking Pots, Link's Temperature will increase slightly.

Other Appearances

Freshly-Picked Tingle's Rosy Rupeeland



Gallery

Video Gallery

Cooking trailer

References

  1. "Okay! You have saved your game! Oh! I almost forgot! Have you used the pot yet? Put ingredients in the pot and you can make items... For example, boil up bones in the pot and you get fireworks!" — Pinkle (Freshly-Picked Tingle's Rosy Rupeeland)
  2. "You can pass time by the fire..." — N/A (Breath of the Wild)