Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom — 10 Best Fuse Materials in TotK

Want to craft more powerful weapons in TotK? Here are the best Fuse materials in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.

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The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom best Fuse materials will not only help you craft some amazing weapons but powerful ones, too. Fusion is a fantastic mechanic that allows you to improve stats like ATK and DEF significantly. Our guide will provide you with a list of the 10 best fusion materials in TotK, including the locations of the monsters, enemies, and bosses that drop them.

Best Fuse Materials in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom

Silver Lynel Horns

Some bosses in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom drop exceptional Fuse materials that can instantly make your weapons double or triple their damage output. The first entry in our best Tears of the Kingdom Fuse materials list are the extremely rare and very powerful Silver Lynels, which drop two types of horns: Saber Horns and Mace Horns.

Saber Horns add a +55 ATK bonus to your weapon, while mace Horns add a +51 ATK bonus. Both are dropped by the same enemy, but beating it can be really tough.

Silver Lynels have 90 ATK and 5,000 HP. You can find them in a handful of locations, and our guide on the best fuse items for Master Sword explains where to find Silver Lynels in detail, as well as how to beat them.

Gibdo Horns

If you want to improve your bow and arrows, then the best Fusion materials are Gibdo Horns, which add +40 ATK to your arrows. Enemies that drop them include:

  • Gibdo
  • Moth Gibdo
  • Queen Gibdo

The weakest and easiest to defeat is the Moth Gibdo, which only has 40 HP. Since Moth Gibdos consistently remain airborne and never land, you’ll need a ranged weapon to defeat it. Seeking these enemies out can be tedious since Moth Gibdo are extremely rare. I found them consistently in Gerudo Underground Cemetery (-4103, -3739, -0464). Head there and drop a Travel Medallion to teleport back easily.

Silver Moblin Horns

It’s likely that you won’t be able to defeat Silver Lynels in the early game, so if you’re having trouble beating them, the next best option would be to go after Silver Moblins. These enemies drop horns with a +33 ATK bonus. Though they aren’t as strong as Lynels, they’re still quite formidable with 59 ATK power and 1,080 HP. You can find Silver Moblins in the following locations:

  • Cresia Pit Mine (3263, -3703, -0446)
  • Scorching Coliseum (2144, 3183, -0838)

Silver Bokoblin Horns

Silver Bokoblins may look funny with their clownish horns, but they’re stronger than even Black Bokoblins. Believe me, I’ve found out the hard way. They have 43 ATK and 730 HP, but once defeated drop Silver Bokoblin Horns that add a +31 ATK bonus to your weapons. You can find Silver Bokoblins at the following coordinates:

  • Gerudo Canyon Mine (-4228, -0447, -0898)
  • Malin Bay (4231, 1814, 0125)

Gleeok Horns

Gleeoks are three-headed flying monsters that appear in four different iterations in the game, including:

  • Flame Gleeok
  • Thunder Gleeok
  • Frost Gleeok
  • King Gleeok

They all drop Gleeok Horns that add +30 ATK power to your Fused weapon, and you can find them by following our guide on the best Fuse items for Master Sword.

If you don’t want to fight these massive creatures that have 8,000 HP each, and you’re willing to spend 4 Bubbul Gems, then you can purchase Gleeok Horns from the Koltin Shop at Tarrey Town (3966, 1611, 0128).

Black Boss Bokoblin Horns

The leader of the Bokoblins is the massive Black Boss Bokoblin that has 47 ATK and 750 HP. He carries a huge club, and he’s supported by hordes of smaller Bokoblins. Once defeated, though, he’ll drop a Hron that adds +27 ATK bonus damage to your weapon.

You can find this monster in East Necluda, between Lake Sumac and Walnot Mountain, at coordinates (3878, -1912, 0001).

Black Hinox Horns

Black Hinox is just as dangerous as the Black Boss Bokoblin in TotK, but it appears in more places. It has 60 ATK and 1,000 HP, so be prepared for a fight. Black Hinox Horns have the same effect as Black Boss Bokoblin Horns, adding +27 ATK to your weapon. Here are three confirmed places to find Black Hinox in TotK:

  • Meadela’s Mantle (-4205, -1292, 0429)
  • Jia Highlands (1562, -2416, 0193)
  • Lomei Labyrinth Island (4603, 3530, -0065)

Black Lizalfos Horns

Black Lizalfos are highly mobile lizard creatures that are quite weak in comparison to the other creatures we’ve listed so far in our best TotK Fuse materials list. It only has 288 HP, so I found it easy to defeat in comparison. Their horns, however, are quite useful, adding +26 ATK power to a Fused weapon. You can find them at:

  • Cliff Bargainer Statue (-1033, 2690, -0266)
  • Drena Canyon Mine (-1107, 2089, -0574)

Dinraal Horns

Surprisingly, Dinraal Dragons aren’t as powerful as Gleeok, but they’re still very dangerous. You don’t want to get in the way of their fire attacks.

They can only be found in East Akkala Plains (4048, 2163, 0001). I recommend bringing Fireproof Armor or Fireproof Elixir. Once defeated, the creature will drop its Dinraal Horns, which add +24 ATK to any weapon.


Lastly, if you’re not particularly looking to get scorched by dragons or fight other tough enemies, and you simply want to boost your ATK, then mining diamonds would be the safest method. These gems add +25 ATK power to your weapon, and they can be found inside treasure chests as well. Here are a few locations:

  • Hyrule Castle (-0254, 0762, 0088)
  • Abandoned Hebra Mine (-3497, 1849, -0416)

Those are the best fuse materials in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. Stay tuned for more Tears of the Kingdom tips and tricks articles right here.

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Serhii Patskan

Sergey has been a freelancer in the video games industry for more than five years, writing for various publications around the world. His favorite games are MtG, Dark Souls, Diablo, and Divinity: Original Sin.