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| game = ''[[The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild|Breath of the Wild]]''  
 
| game = ''[[The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild|Breath of the Wild]]''  
 
| location = [[Hyrule Field]]<br/>[[Lanayru Great Spring]]
 
| location = [[Hyrule Field]]<br/>[[Lanayru Great Spring]]
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| related = [[Red-Tusked Boar]]
 
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{{quote|These medium-sized beasts can be found all throughout Hyrule. You can most often find them foraging for food in forests or meadows. Although usually docile, they won't hesitate to charge you full force if you get too close.|Hyrule Compendium Entry}}
 
{{quote|These medium-sized beasts can be found all throughout Hyrule. You can most often find them foraging for food in forests or meadows. Although usually docile, they won't hesitate to charge you full force if you get too close.|Hyrule Compendium Entry}}
  
A '''Woodland Boar''' is an animal found in ''[[The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild|Breath of the Wild]]''. They are identified by their brown colored fur, with their head and abdomen being a lighter color shade. They have short tusks that are used as weapons when they spot nearby predators. They can charge directly at enemies when they spot them nearby. However, more times than not, the Woodland Boar will avoid confrontation and will run away when they are startled. When they sense danger, their tail will point upwards.
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A '''Woodland Boar''' is a type of [[Boar]] found in ''[[The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild|Breath of the Wild]]''. They are identified by their brown colored fur, with their head and abdomen being a lighter color shade. They have short tusks that are used as weapons when they spot nearby predators. They can charge directly at enemies when they spot them nearby. However, more times than not, the Woodland Boar will avoid confrontation and will run away when they are startled. When they sense danger, their tail will point upwards.
  
 
They make their homes all over Hyrule, typically in meadows or forests, such as the [[Forest of Spirits]] on the [[Great Plateau]]. Link can hunt down a Woodland Boar and they are best defeating by shooting them with an [[Arrow]]. Similarly, Woodland Boar are also hunted down by the [[Bokoblin]], where they are occasionally caught and cooked, with [[Seared Steak]] being a common food available at Bokoblin camps.
 
They make their homes all over Hyrule, typically in meadows or forests, such as the [[Forest of Spirits]] on the [[Great Plateau]]. Link can hunt down a Woodland Boar and they are best defeating by shooting them with an [[Arrow]]. Similarly, Woodland Boar are also hunted down by the [[Bokoblin]], where they are occasionally caught and cooked, with [[Seared Steak]] being a common food available at Bokoblin camps.
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*[[Red-Tusked Boar]]
  
 
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Latest revision as of 16:12, April 8, 2019

"These medium-sized beasts can be found all throughout Hyrule. You can most often find them foraging for food in forests or meadows. Although usually docile, they won't hesitate to charge you full force if you get too close."

— Hyrule Compendium Entry

A Woodland Boar is a type of Boar found in Breath of the Wild. They are identified by their brown colored fur, with their head and abdomen being a lighter color shade. They have short tusks that are used as weapons when they spot nearby predators. They can charge directly at enemies when they spot them nearby. However, more times than not, the Woodland Boar will avoid confrontation and will run away when they are startled. When they sense danger, their tail will point upwards.

They make their homes all over Hyrule, typically in meadows or forests, such as the Forest of Spirits on the Great Plateau. Link can hunt down a Woodland Boar and they are best defeating by shooting them with an Arrow. Similarly, Woodland Boar are also hunted down by the Bokoblin, where they are occasionally caught and cooked, with Seared Steak being a common food available at Bokoblin camps.

See Also