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All Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom Amiibo Unlocks

Amiibo figurines are not just cool collectibles; they also offer rewards in almost every Nintendo Switch game. The same holds true for both The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and the recently released The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. With countless Amiibo options available, including a few new additions designed specifically for Link’s latest adventures, it may seem overwhelming to scan them all. But fear not, not all of them provide unique rewards. However, there are a few that you should definitely consider getting your hands on for some special unlocks. Let’s take a look at all the Amiibo rewards in Tears of the Kingdom and how to activate them.

How to Activate Amiibo

The amiibo icon on Link's ability wheel.
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To access any Amiibo reward in Tears of the Kingdom, you first need to enable them. Pause the game and go to the System Menu. Then, simply change the amiibo disabled tab to “Use amiibo.”

Once done, you’ll notice a new option in your Ability Wheel. Look for the Amiibo icon in the bottom-left corner and select it. This action will create a circle on the ground, indicating the location where the Amiibo reward you’re about to scan will appear. Now, you can easily scan any Amiibo by placing them on top of your right Joy-Con or the top of your Pro controller.

All Amiibo Unlocks

Link glides with a Majora's Mask-themed glider in Tears of the Kingdom.
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Let’s start with the Amiibo that offer unique rewards, which have a chance of spawning alongside normal rewards. Amiibo that come with fabric provide unique paraglider designs that you can equip. If you use any other Amiibo besides the ones mentioned below, you’ll receive a random assortment of items or materials.

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Here’s a comprehensive list of Amiibo and the rewards you can unlock with each:

Breath of the Wild Link Rider

  • Hylian-Hood Fabric

Majora’s Mask Link

  • Majora’s Mask Fabric
  • Fierce Deity’s Mask, Armor, and Boots

Skyward Sword Zelda and Loftwing

  • Zelda’s Sailcloth Fabric

Tears of the Kingdom Link

  • Champion’s Tunic Fabric

Bokoblin

  • Bokoblin Fabric

Daruk

  • Goron-Champion Fabric
  • Vah Rudaria Divine Helm

Ganondorf (Super Smash Bros.)

  • Demon King Fabric

Guardian

  • Ancient-Sheikah Fabric

Link (Legend of Zelda)

  • Pixel Fabric
  • Cap, Tunic, and Trousers of the Hero

Link (Link’s Awakening)

  • Egg Fabric
  • Cap, Tunic, and Trousers of Awakening

Link (Ocarina of Time)

  • Lon Lon Ranch Fabric
  • Cap, Tunic, and Trousers of Time

Link (Skyward Sword)

  • Sword-Spirit Fabric
  • White Sword of the Sky
  • Cap, Tunic, and Trousers of the Sky

Link (Super Smash Bros.)

  • Mirror of Twilight Fabric
  • Cap, Tunic, and Trousers of Twilight
  • Epona

Link/Link Archer (Tears of the Kingdom/Breath of the Wild)

  • Tunic of Memories Fabric

Mipha

  • Zora-Champion Fabric
  • Vah Ruta Divine Helm

Revali

  • Rito-Champion Fabric
  • Vah Medoh Divine Helm

Sheik (Super Smash Bros.)

  • Sheik Fabric
  • Shield of the Mind’s Eye
  • Sheik Mask

Toon Link (Super Smash Bros.)

  • King of Red Lions Fabric
  • Sea-Breeze Boomerang

Toon Link (Wind Waker)

  • King of Red Lions Fabric
  • Sea-Breeze Boomerang
  • Tunic and Trousers of Winds

Urbosa

  • Gerudo-Champion Fabric
  • Vah Noboris Divine Helm

Zelda (Breath of the Wild)

  • Hyrule-Princess Fabric

Zelda (Super Smash Bros.)

  • Princess of Twilight Fabric
  • Dusk Bow

Zelda (Wind Waker)

  • Bygone-Royal Fabric
  • Sea-Breeze Shield

Remember, these are the rewards specific to Tears of the Kingdom. So, grab your favorite Amiibo and unlock some fantastic goodies!

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