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Meteor Rod

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Meteor Rod
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Main appearance(s)
Comparable item(s)

Meteor Rods are items in Breath of the Wild.[1]

Location and Uses

Hyrule Compendium Entry

234 (239) Meteor Rod
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A magical rod that can cast three fireballs at once, crafted by an ancient magician. It will break upon running out of magical energy, so make it last!
Common Locations
Hyrule Field
Hebra Mountains
Atk 10
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Meteor Rods are one-handed Weapons. They are superior counterparts to Fire Rods. Meteor Rods are not made of flammable materials and can safely be used around open flames or Scorching Climates. Meteor Rods are also not made of magnetic materials and cannot be manipulated with Magnesis. Meteor Rods do not conduct electricity, and will float in sufficiently deep bodies of water. Meteor Rods are imbued with Fire elemental energy, generating three balls of Fire that bounce around when swung. However, Meteor Rods are fragile and will break easily if they make direct contact with objects or enemies. Meteor Rods will also break simply from extended use. If Link executes a Spin Attack while wielding a Meteor Rod, he will loose eight blasts at once in different directions. They also provide minor resistance to Freezing Climates. When thrown with the R button, Meteor Rods will not leave Link's hand and instead produce three balls of Fire that will bounce around in the direction they are thrown. Meteor Rods will temporarily lose their magical properties if used excessively, requiring a brief cooldown period before they can be used again. Whilst they are primarily used by Meteo Wizzrobes, other Enemy such as Fire Wizzrobes or Blue Bokoblins may also wield them.


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ItalyItalianBacchetta delle meteoreMeteor wand
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