Breath of the Wild
Forbidden City Entry
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As part of the Forbidden City Entry main quest, Link will meet with Benja outside of Gerudo Town. The quest sets Link off on a journey to find a man who successfully snuck into Gerudo Town. Link will find Vilia on the rooftop of the Kara Kara Bazaar Inn. Vilia is a man who is wearing traditional Gerudo Clothes to disguise himself as a woman. He will offer to sell Link the full Gerudo set for 600 Rupees.
While wearing the Gerudo Clothes, Link is able to disguise himself as a woman, gaining him entry into Gerudo Town. Additionally, when wearing the full set, Link will gain some slight Heat Resistance, allowing him to travel across the desert during the daytime.
Each piece in the armor set has a base defense of 1, giving the total armor set a defense of 3. The set cannot be enhanced, so its use is strictly limited to crossing the desert and accessing Gerudo Town. The set is one of the only dyeable, non-enhanceable sets in the game alongside the Well-Worn Outfit.
After gaining entry to Gerudo Town, the set can be bought at the Fashion Passion store for 180 Rupees a piece.
|Image||Item||Cost Pre-entry||Cost at Fashion Passion|
|Gerudo Veil||-||180 Rupees|
|Gerudo Top||-||180 Rupees|
|Gerudo Sirwal||-||180 Rupees|
|Total||600 Rupees||540 Rupees|
The items in this set can be dyed at Kochi Dye Shop in Hateno Village. A depiction of the colors for each piece can be found on their respective page. One use of the dye vat will cost 20 Rupees and will dye one suit of armor pieces.
Related Armor Pieces
Some of other armor pieces can be replaced in the Gerudo Clothes to gain entry into Gerudo Town, also providing higher defense points than the basic set:
- The Thunder Helm is interchangeable with the Gerudo Veil once obtained. This makes the headgear defense turn from 1 to 3, while gaining immunity to lightning and electrical attacks.
- Both the Snow and Sand Boots are interchangeable with the Gerudo Sirwal. These make the trousers' base defense turn from 1 to 3, and up to 20 once the pairs of boots are upgraded.
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