Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom – How to Fuse and Defuse items and weapons

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The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom introduces a brand-new mechanic called fuse that has virtually endless potential. Despite the fact that weapon degradation has returned, you can Fuse weapons with goods (or other weapons!) on the spot to make stronger variations of your available arsenal.

Link smacks a Construct with a Fused weapon in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom.

During your time on Great Sky Island, Tears of the Kingdom’s starting place, you will acquire this skill pretty early on. It is king. The process is explained here, along with how to undo it by finding some Unfuse.


When you have the Fuse ability, anything is possible. You can choose the Fuse ability from the radial menu by using the left bumper while holding it down.

To make hammers, which may be used to crush rocks in order to gain other materials like flint, amber, diamonds, and other gems, you can fuse nearly anything together, including rocks onto sticks, swords, and spears. Additionally, you can fuse objects to arrows to produce a variety of effects.

Keese eyeballs, for example, produce homing arrows. Hylian tomatoes and other produce can even be fused to spears and swords, though I wouldn’t recommend it because those foods can be used in other ways and don’t truly provide a significant damage boost.

Link Fuses a Keese eyeball to an arrow in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.

Surprisingly, these rare minerals may also be fused into weapons to give them magical properties. For example, adding a ruby to a weapon will enable you to unleash fireballs that will bounce off of surfaces.

Also, some materials suit some weapons more than others. It also applies to Zonai weaponry. For instance, the weapon itself will gain a little bit of power if you manage to find the hilt of a Zonai weapon and fuse it with a material from a Zonai Construct.


That being said, you can really fuse everything and anything together, which is fortunate because Fusing is temporary. You can actually separate the two, maintaining both elements, if you accidentally use a rare material like a diamond on a stick. However, you can only achieve this after conquering the Great Sky Island.

After reaching Hyrule proper, you can make the extremely difficult journey to Tarrey Town, which is located on the east side of the map. The Rasitakiwak Shrine is a quick stop if you need one and is located just southeast of Tarrey Town. (You don’t have to finish a shrine to use its fast-travel location.)

Link talks to a Goron child in Tarrey Town in Tears of the Kingdom.

In Tarrey Town, head over to Pelison, the Goron child in the city square, to Unfuse your weapons and get those precious materials back. It will cost 20 rupees to Unfuse any weapon. This is also the only way we’ve found so far to Unfuse weapons while keeping the Fused item intact, by the way.

You can’t just shake them apart as you can with any creations you’ve made using the Ultrahand ability. So while fusing isn’t permanent, it can cost a hefty toll if you don’t keep track of what you’re slapping together.

That said, if you’re not too attached to whatever you’ve combined, you can always go into the item menu, select the weapon you’ve Fused, and select the “Destroy Fused Material” option. This will demolish the item attached to the weapon you’ve used as a base, though, so keep that in mind before resorting to this method.