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Check out this electric vehicle from Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom

We bring a tremendously curious publication about Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. In this an impressive structure is created with which it is possible to move without the use of Zonnan energy.

Following the release of The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom on May 12, fans of the game have been using the Ultra Hand, a new mechanic introduced in this installment, to create impressive structures. This feature allows you to merge objects and unleash the creativity of players, resulting in truly amazing masterpieces. Next, we will show an example of this.

On this occasion, the Reddit user mopeiobebeast has shown in the following post a spectacular structure with a cage in which an electric Chuchu is locked, a characteristic monster of the franchise characterized by having electrical energy. In this way, he has managed to make the vehicle move without the need to use Zonnan energy when receiving shots of water from Lizalfos in the Gerudo Desert. You can find the full post and all the images shared by the user at this link.

“Gyahahaha! Behold, the Electric Chuchu-mobile! A vehicle that runs on limitless energy! …What? Uh…Well, I did say ‘limitless’, not ‘ethical’…”
by u/mopeiobebeast in tearsofthekingdom

What do you think? Do you think it could have been created in a better way with a different design? We read you in the comments.

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