The Master Cycle Zero is a Rune obtained after defeating Monk Maz Koshia in the “EX The Champions’ Ballad” Main Quest. In recognition of Link’s accomplishments as the Hero of Hyrule Kingdom, Monk Maz Koshia summons the Guidance Stone housing the Master Cycle Zero Rune, allowing Link to claim his reward.
You don’t have to have finished the entire game, but you need to have completed all four Divine Beasts and defeated the four respective Blight Ganons tied to each one to get started.
The Champions’ Ballad DLC pack is available by purchasing the Expansion Pass. Visit the Expansion Pass page for details and purchase options. *To play this content, players must first reach a point in the game where they have freed all Divine Beasts.
You need to have the Master Sword unlocked before you can play the Trial. Once you have it, put it back in its pedestal to start the trial. Weapons, armour and items are removed, but your hearts and stamina remain – so it pays to visit as many Shrines as possible beforehand.
Like a Yiga Footsoldier, Monk Maz Koshia can magically teleport and strike Link from above with his Sword, or he may use a Bow and shoot at Link from the air. Monk Maz Koshia can use Fire Arrows, Ice Arrows, and Shock Arrows to strike Link.
The Master Cycle Zero is Link’s unlockable, vehicular companion that debuts in the DLC. It’s a motorcycle that looks a lot like a unicorn, and it is the definition of what we call “peak aesthetic.” The Master Cycle is more than a pretty face, of course; it can also pull off sweet stunts.
Breath of the Wild 2 Can Take Master Cycle Zero to New Heights. … Breath of the Wild’s DLC is less likely to be canon, but with the prevalence of Master Cycle Zero in other areas there’s the chance Nintendo wants it to return. It could even become part of Link’s basic toolset alongside the upgrades to his Runes.
The Royal Stallion is a white horse you can get as a quest reward. It’s the fastest horse in the game, even faster than Epona. Go to the Outskirts Stable and look for an old man called Toffa.
Link can challenge Monk Maz Koshia to a rematch by returning to the Final Trial. Interestingly, Monk Maz Koshia apparently shares the same fascination with Mighty Bananas as the Yiga Clan as he is distracted by them.
The different mini-bosses Link has to face are Thunderblight Ganon, Fireblight Ganon, Waterblight Ganon, and Windblight Ganon. Each one is located in a different Divine Beast and while none of them are easy, Thunderblight Ganon is definitely the toughest.
10100 years old
Since Maz Koshia is an ancient Sheikah Monk, he is over 10100 years old in Breath of the Wild.
In addition to the army of Guardians and the four planet-borne Divine Beasts, the ancient Sheikah people built a third layer of protection against the eventual rise of Ganon and shot it into space.
The Shrines dwelt by a Sheikah Monk are also known as Shrines of Trials. They are found all over Hyrule, and require Link’s Sheikah Slate to gain entry. The four ones from the Great Plateau upgrade the Sheikah Slate with a new Rune ability. There are 120 Shrines of Trials plus the initial Shrine of Resurrection.
Trivia. The Giant Horse bears a resemblance to Ganondorf’s Steed, which was also a large horse with black fur and an orange mane. The Giant Horse, the White Horse, the Lord of the Mountain, and Patricia are the only individuals to get their own unique entries in the Hyrule Compendium separate from their own species.
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