The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom Champions Weapons are unique and legendary armaments given to you after completing certain quests. These are the Great Eagle Bow, Boulder Breaker, Lightscale Trident, and Scimitar of the Seven/Daybreaker. Here’s our guide to help you get the four Champions Treasures in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.
Where to Find All Champions Weapons in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom
The Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom Champions Weapons represent the four main zones that you’ll visit as part of the Regional Phenomena main quest. In each of these, you’ll meet a companion, clear a temple dungeon, and obtain a Sage ability. Once you’ve completed a region’s main quest, an NPC there will tell you about a weapon that can be crafted.
The Great Eagle Bow of Hebra Location
The quest for the Great Eagle Bow of Hebra comes from Teba in Rito Village. Once you’ve acquired the necessary items, you’ll receive a ranged weapon with +28 attack that can shoot three projectiles simultaneously. You can learn more in our Legacy of the Rito guide.
The Boulder Breaker of Eldin Location
The Boulder Breaker of Eldin is a two-handed weapon. It might be slow, but it packs quite a punch thanks to its +38 attack rating. It’s crafted by Fugo in Goron City once you have the materials. You can learn more in our Soul of the Gorons guide.
The Lightscale Trident of Lanayru Location
This Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom Champions Weapon has +22 attack. The Lightscale Triden of Lanayru is a reward for those who’ve championed the Zora cause. It’s made by Blacksmith Dento in the capital. You can learn more in our Glory of the Zora guide.
The Scimitar of the Seven and Daybreaker of Gerudo Locations
Lastly, these two legendary gear pieces are said to be modeled after those used by a mythical Gerudo warrior. The Scimitar of the Seven Champions Weapon has +28 attack, and the Daybreaker shield has +48 defense. These can be yours once you’ve saved Isha and bring her the items she needs. You can learn more in our Pride of the Gerudo guide.
Now that you know all the Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom Champion Weapons, I suggest going through the campaign in this order: Hebra -> Eldin -> Gerudo -> Lanayru. This is mostly for the Sage abilities that you’ll unlock. As for the armaments themselves, I prefer the Scimitar of the Seven due to its versatility. However, the Great Eagle Bow is also useful, at least until you can get a Savage Lynel Bow.
In any case, that’s how to find the four Totk Champions Weapons that can be yours during your journey. For other tips, strategies, and walkthroughs, visit our Zelda: TotK guides hub.