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Zelda: Tears Of The Kingdom's Zonai Pots Have A Secret Second Function

Want a smoother ride in Hyrule? Then attach a wheel to your Zonai pot.

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It turns out that Zonai pots are useful to have in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, as not only can you use them to make some quick health-restoring meals between battles, but you can also use them to improve the comfort of your ride. On Twitter, Star Games Blog detailed how when a Zonai pot is attached to the end of an object, it creates a ball-and-socket joint. Once you attach a wheel to the other end of the construct, you're left with a far more flexible vehicle that can be ridden around Hyrule's rough terrain.

Surprising discoveries like this have become commonplace in Tears of the Kingdom since it launched this month, as players have been using the game's Zonai technology to engineer all manner of powerful devices, vehicles, and weapons. Some notable examples include a working--but not walking--Metal Gear Rex, torture devices for Koroks, and weapons platforms that can melt through some of the toughest bosses in the game.

Zonai pots are fairly common as well, as these can be acquired by exchanging Zonai charges inside of a Zonai Dispenser. While you can potentially get more than a dozen other items through these gachapon-style machines, intrepid explorers looking to get the smoothest ride possible will want to try their luck and see how many pots they can save up.

If you're looking for more details on these ancient relics of the past, you can check out our guides on where to find Zonai device dispensers and what you might get from them. Or if you're looking to get dangerous, check out how you can craft a set of Zonaite armor.

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