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Tears of the Kingdom Players Won’t Stop Tormenting Koroks

Players took to social media to show off the bizarre and terrifying ways to torment the Koroks in The Legend of Zelda: Kingdom of Tears.

The latest installment in The Legend of Zelda series introduced a variety of exciting new abilities, including Ultra Hands, god-like powers that allow players to build all kinds of creations.

When Eiji Aonuma directed the team to implement new gameplay mechanics, there was no doubt that he felt a sense of excited optimism. Ultimately, Breath of the Wild has shown that the Zelda community is incredibly inventive when it comes to changing the game to their will. Who could have guessed what you would do with this new generation of powerful tools at your disposal?

What Aonuma probably didn’t expect was the wave of antics caused by the decision to allow some members of the Korok community to be caught with the Ultra Hand’s abilities. All you have to do is check out the Twitter thread above to see the corruption unfolding across Hyrule.

Just days after Tears of the Kingdom’s release, the Koroks were tragically dragged behind Link’s galloping horses, Attached to the front of a fan-powered mining cart before hitting a barrier.

other instances witnessed them Used as guinea pigs by players trying out new techniquesothers simply Drive innocent masked people off one of Hyrule’s many floating islands..

In one Reddit post, Link was seen quietly approaching a lone Korok tied to a wooden pole. yelling, “I need to find a friend.” Ignoring his sorrowful pleas, Link quietly crouched and lit the fire prepared at his feet. But thankfully, Korok can’t actually be harmed in Tears of the Kingdom.

There doesn’t seem to be a unifying reason for an all-out war with the Korok, but it’s possible that some players might have resented the grueling challenge of collecting all 900 seeds from the Woodfolk in Breath of the Wild, but given may have been only one. Golden feces as a reward.

Yet to carry the unfortunate goblin onto a wooden cross, or Skewer the entire Korog family over a raging fire is overkill and probably not what Aonuma intended.

And for all your help with Tears of the Kingdom, check out our Tears of the Kingdom walkthrough and our guide to getting through Hyrule. In fact, you can start here.

Anthony is a freelance contributor covering science and video game news for IGN. With over eight years of his experience covering breakthrough developments in multiple scientific fields, he has absolutely no time for your pranks. Follow him on Twitter @BeardConGamer

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