- A creative fan of The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is showcasing their hilarious and unique uses for the “Portable Pot” Zonai device.
- The video showcases using the Portable Pot to create unique vehicles, self-moving machines, and even bringing the Portable Pot into boss fights for comedic effect.
- The customizable nature of Tears of the Kingdom’s Zonai devices brought a variety of new gameplay elements, allowing players to express their creativity within the game.
A Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom player is showcasing a variety of hilarious and wacky uses for the Portable Pot, one of the many in-game Zonai devices. One of the biggest additions to the highly-anticipated Breath of the Wild sequel came with the variety of Zonai devices found throughout the open-world game. Zonai devices offer several different functions for players with some helping the players to soar through the skies of Hyrule, while others offer useful puzzle-solving applications. The devices have also been a welcome addition for the franchise’s most creative fans.
Since the release of The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, fans have found many unique and inventive ways to use the game’s Zonai devices. Zonai devices like fans, wheels, and gliders have often been turned into vehicles, allowing players to quickly traverse the world of Hyrule. Some players have even used the devices to create gigantic mechs within the game, inspired by franchises like Armored Core and Mobile Suit Gundam. Now, a new video is showing off a variety of unusual uses for the “Portable Pot.”
Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom Player Builds Impressive ‘Armored Core’ Mech
Equipped with laser cannons, this functional Armored Core mech is one of the best vehicles to build in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.
A video shared on the “Hyrule Engineering” subreddit by Reddit user FortyTwoer contains a plethora of different uses for the Portable Pot. The player regularly uses the Portable Pot as a part of other creations, using it to create a “Suspension Laser” on top of a moving cart and creating a stable flying device. The video also showcases the Portable Pot being used to create several self-moving machines, including a miniature version of Vah Naboris and a mech holding a sword and shield based on Link. The player even brings the Portable Pot into the game’s “Phantom Ganon” boss fight, mostly for comedic effect.
The Tears of the Kingdom video was an instant hit among fans on the subreddit, praising the user’s unique creations. Some fans asked more intricate questions about how the user was able to set up certain scenes, including getting items to rest inside the Portable Pot while being carried. Many also lauded the video’s editing style, utilizing quick cuts showing the creations in action alongside iconic songs like Mario Kart‘s “Coconut Mall” music. FortyTwoer also pointed fans towards their YouTube channel, where they have made similar creations using other Zonai devices.
The customizable nature of Tears of the Kingdom‘s Zonai devices quickly became one of the game’s most popular elements among fans. The “Ultrahand” ability offers players a wide breadth of creative uses, both with the Zonai devices and combining normal items in the world. The ability also brought a new angle to the game’s combat with the ability to combine stones, enemy drops, and even bombs with weapons and shields. The unusual uses for the Portable Pot showcase just how much creativity and freedom Tears of the Kingdom allows its players.
The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom
The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is the sequel to the beloved open-world adventure, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. This installment once again sees Link and Zelda battling to protect Hyrule from falling to Ganondorf. This new adventure takes place in the same land of Hyrule as Breath of the Wild but sees something called the Upheaval, which allows link to travel to Sky Islands, as well as deep into the Depths beneath Hyrule. Players can use special abilities to fuse together weapons, and build items to help them progress through the release.
- May 12, 2023
- Rated E for Everyone 10+ for Fantasy Violence and Mild Suggestive Themes