How To Get Monster Masks In Zelda: Breath Of The Wild
Hidden In Their Ranks
In The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, you can find monster masks, which allow you to blend in with the corresponding enemy it represents. They're handy pieces of equipment that are well worth tracking down. Click ahead to see how to find monster masks and Kilton, the eccentric merchant that sells them. Be wary, there are potential spoilers.
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How To Find Kilton
Hidden in the outskirts of Hyrule is a mysterious merchant named Kilton. You often hear about him from the various inhabitants of Hyrule, who make mention of his special wares. To find this eccentric peddler, wait until nighttime, and then head to the left "eye" of Skull Lake, which is located northwest of Death Mountain. When you talk to Kilton, he tells you he's going to set up shop at various villages across the land before disappearing to do just that.
Where Kilton Sets Up Shop
To track down where Kilton sets up shop, search the outskirts of any of the main villages and towns between 8 PM to 4 AM His shop is relatively easy to identify; it appears as a patchwork hot-air balloon from a distance.
Kilton sells an assortment of useful and quirky monster-related items, like the much sought-after Monster Extract cooking ingredient. But more importantly, he sells a variety of monster masks that allow you to blend in with specific enemy types. However, you can only purchase Kilton's wares using a special currency known as Mon, which you can acquire by trading in monster parts.
Make sure to visit Kilton's shop often, as he frequently stocks up on a variety of new and useful items.
"Kilton's handmade Bokoblin headgear. It's almost charming in a cute, monstrous kind of way...Equip it to blend in with Bokoblins."
"Kilton's handmade Moblin headgear. It's designed to replicate the Moblin's distinct long nose and large horn. Equip it to blend in with Moblins."
"Kilton's handmade Lizalfos headgear. It's designed to replicate the unique tongue and horn of the Lizalflos. Equip it to blend in with Lizalflos."
"Kilton's handmade Lynel headgear. It's so well crafted, it can deceive a real Lynel. Equip it to blend in with Lynels, but don't linger too long. Those beasts are smart."
Bonus: Monster Bridle and Saddle
"This birdie was handmade by Kilton, but it looks like he have had some monstrous horse in mind when he made it. It includes a mask that conceals the horse's head."
"Kilton handmade this saddle. Apparently, he had some sort of monstrous horse in mind when he worked on it. It looks strange, but is certainly usable."
Bonus: Dark Link Armor
"This headgear is the product of Kilton's monster research. He crafted it with a monster born from the shadows in mind. The eyes glow an eerie red in the dark."
Tunic: "Kilton developed this jet-black armor as a result of his monster research. A spurious replica of the green outfit once worn by a legendary hero."
"The result of Kilton's research into monsters. Looks like your average leg wear at first, but these were created based on the image of a monster born of darkness."