Biggoron's Sword

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Biggoron's Sword
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Model of the Biggoron's Sword from Ocarina of Time

Games

Location

Ocarina of Time
Death Mountain
Oracle of Seasons
Goron Mountain
Oracle of Ages
Goron Shooting Gallery
Breath of the Wild
amiibo

Related

Biggoron's Sword is an optional, reoccurring item in The Legend of Zelda series.

Appearances

Ocarina of Time

It is earned by completing a long Trading Sequence that involves time limits and other difficult obstacles. Biggoron's Sword is so big it requires two hands to hold it. Thus, Link is not able to use the Shield while using Biggoron's Sword. The trade-off for not being able to use the Shield is that it does the most damage of any sword in the game; double that of the Master Sword. Additionally, the blade is unbreakable.[1]

Oracle of Seasons

In Oracle of Seasons, Biggoron's Sword is a reward obtained in two ways. If Oracle of Seasons is the first of a Linked Game, then it is obtained from Biggoron atop Goron Mountain. Link then obtains a password to use in Oracle of Ages to obtain Biggoron's Sword there. If Oracle of Seasons is the second game of a Linked Game, then Biggoron's Sword is obtained by a password from Oracle of Ages.

Oracle of Ages

In Oracle of Ages, Biggoron's Sword is a reward obtained in two ways. If Oracle of Ages is the first of a Linked Game, then it is obtained from the Goron Elder at the Goron Shooting Gallery in the Past. Link then obtains a password to use in Oracle of Seasons to obtain Biggoron's Sword there. If Oracle of Ages is the second game of a Linked Game, then Biggoron's Sword is obtained by a password from Oracle of Seasons.

Breath of the Wild

"A legendary greatsword forged by a Goron craftsman for a hero who traveled through time. The exceptionally sharp cutting edge is a testament to the craftsman's mastery."

— In-Game Description
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The Biggoron's Sword makes a reappearance in Breath of the Wild, this time as an amiibo exclusive, two-handed weapon. It has a base power of 50, and can be obtained by scanning a Link (Ocarina of Time) amiibo through the use of the amiibo Rune. Scanning the amiibo will drop various items from the sky, along with a treasure chest, which has a chance of containing the Biggoron's Sword, but can also contain different items. The amiibo can only be scanned once per day.

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References

  1. "You traded the Giant's Knife for the Biggoron's Sword! This blade was forged by a master smith and won't break!", Ocarina of Time.