- Tears of the Kingdom players are showing off their engineering skills by creating impressive aircraft inspired by popular franchises such as Star Wars.
- Reddit user JanewayForPresident’s latest creation is a Naboo Starfighter-inspired N-1 aircraft, featuring rare parts found in the Gerudo Highlands region.
- The aircraft is limited by a 60 second drop timer, but a trick recently found in Tears of the Kingdom could help extend its use.
One Star wars– loving Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Realm the player managed to leverage Link’s Ultrahand ability to build an impressive aircraft inspired by the N-1 Naboo Starfighter from The Mandalorian. Their feat of engineering later went viral on social media, trending online in short order. Tears of the Kingdom player recreated the Game Super Mario Bros 3 online theme song using the game’s building mechanics.
The New Zelda The game hit the store shelves on May 12, ushering an influx of incredible community formation together with Tears of the Kingdom Ultraman ability. Many of those fan designs have so far focused on aircraft, especially since flying contraptions are among the most universally useful types of machinery. Tears of the Kingdom.
The latest such creation was made by Reddit user JanewayForPresident, who recently attempted to create an aircraft inspired by the N-1 Naboo Starfighter from The Mandalorian series, widely considered to be among the most powerful fighting stars in the Star wars globe Their unique creation uses some fairly rare parts, including the metal barrels that can only be found in the Rotsumamu shrine located in the Gerudo Highlands region.
JanewayForPresident also incorporated three pristine Throwing Spears into the design to be as close to the appearance of the original N-1 Naboo Starfighter as possible. And while those weapons can only be obtained by entering Tears of the Kingdom In terms of depth, the construction would work just as well as any other type of spear. The body of the aircraft consists of one Zonai Wing, two Sleds, a Rudder, and a Lifting Head.
The entire machine uses a little more than a dozen components in total, which means that this N-1 Naboo Starfighter-inspired contraption could also be equipped with additional weaponry. For context, Tears of the Kingdom it allows players to attach up to 21 parts before their builds start to fall apart.
The main shortcoming of this newly split aircraft is that its central piece has a 60 second despawn timer, which prevents it from staying in the air for a long time. The author acknowledged this limitation, stating that they initially wanted to avoid the Zonai Wing, but were unable to find an alternative similar to the N-1 Naboo Starfighter. On that note, he recently discovered one Tears of the Kingdom a trick that stops the Zonai Wing from disappearing could help extend the use of this aircraft. However, using that technique is far from convenient.
Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Realm available on Nintendo Switch.
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