There are several ways to beat Lynel in Breath of the Wild. One option is to sneak around near the quest objective. The rewards for this technique are generally not worth the trouble. A different option is to use Urbosa’s Fury and Stasis.
Taking down a Gold-Maned Lynel
Lynels are a difficult enemy to fight, but they can be defeated if you know how to deal with their unique attacks. Lynel’s attacks are devastating, and they rarely miss. In addition, Lynels can attack from the air with fireballs. To avoid getting hit by these savage beasts, try to avoid them as much as possible by parrying or using a flurry rush.
To fight Lynels, you must be extremely strong, and you must get good at backstepping and shield countering. It’s also important to equip yourself with good equipment. To start with, upgrade your armor and Stasis runes, which can freeze a Lynel in place.
Lynels’ health bars are constantly depleting. They also lack long, receptive health bars. A solid shield can minimize the damage Link takes. Ultimately, a good strategy is to use one-handed weapons and light gear to defeat Lynels. Heavy armor and two-handed weapons will slow you down, so use them sparingly. Remember that at least one weapon will break during the fight. Practice parrying while holding your shield. If you can, try to get a shot off. Also, if possible, use Fairies and consumables to help you out.
Once Link has mastered the basics of fighting Lynels, he can move on to more brave combat tactics. To do this, he needs to memorize a pattern that will allow him to deal with Lynel’s attacks.
Lynels vary in health, so the best strategy is to target the right one. The lynels with high HP will not be easily slain by one hit. You can also use an item like a stasis or Ice Arrows to slow down its attacks.
The key to killing Lynels is to have the right tools. Make sure you have a weapon that can kill the monster in just a few seconds. A great weapon for this purpose is the savage Lynel bow, which deals 32 damage x 3 arrows. It can also deal 3x damage if you hit it with a Critical Hit.
The regular-brand Lynel has a brown coat and red mane. These enemies can be difficult to kill early on, but if you are careful, you can defeat them without much difficulty. Another tough enemy to kill is the white-maned Lynel, which is the most powerful type of Lynel.
Using Urbosa’s Fury
If you’re stuck in the Lynel fight, there’s a method for you to use Urbosa’s Fury against the enemy. Lynels are particularly susceptible to attacks from the bow due to their pinpoint accuracy. One of the best ways to kill one is to shoot it in the face. It will collapse to the ground and be completely defenseless for several seconds. Another way to deal damage to a Lynel is to mount it and use the stasis or ice arrows to deal extra damage to it.
Urbosa’s Fury deals a lot of damage to enemies nearby. It is an area of effect attack, which means that it can damage everything within a sphere. In addition, it also stuns Lynels, making them vulnerable to attacks. Using this spell during a high level fight can make the fight easier to win.
Lynels are among the toughest non-boss enemies in The Legend of Zelda. You’ll need a lot of weapons to beat one. However, you can use Urbosa’s Fury in combination with a part-metal rock and a Magnesis Rune to kill them.
Urbosa’s Fury has a reduced cooldown. Using it for four minutes gives Link five temporary yellow hearts and allows him to stun lock a Lynel. However, once you use Urbosa’s Fury, you cannot use it again for twelve real-time minutes.
If you’re using a mounted assault, you can follow up with Bullet Time Arrows. This way, you can hit the weak spot of a Lynel from behind. This move will not re-stun the Lynel, but it will deal extra Critical Hit damage. Using Arrow Time will eat up your Stamina. By the time you’ve fought a Lynel, you’ll have consumed nearly half of your stamina.
Lynels can be dangerous because their fire attacks come in bursts. To avoid these attacks, try to stay on your feet. The fireballs can cause Link to get knocked down, so he should try to run to a safe place. In addition to avoiding danger, he should also use potions or stamina upgrades to ensure he stays safe from the attacks.
One of the best ways to beat a Lynel in Breath of the Wild is to use Stasis. This stance freezes the Lynel in place and helps you land quick blows while at the same time restoring all of your health and giving you a temporary boost of health. If you are using a bow, make sure you use the proper technique to avoid getting stunned by Lynel attacks.
If you are a ranged character, try using Stasis to freeze the Lynel. While the Lynel is frozen, you can use arrows and a stun gun to get him off guard. A Lynel will eventually buck off and you can whack it to kill it, but you must make sure you have at least 85% Stasis+ before using this strategy.
While you are in Stasis, remember to use your runes carefully. The runes that come from the Sheika Slate will help you during battle and when solving puzzles. Once you have enough Stasis, you can use the Stasis+ rune, which reduces the time it takes to use the Stasis ability.
While utilizing Stasis is an excellent way to beat a Lynel in Breath of the Wild, it’s not an effective way to deal with all of its abilities. Lightning moves are better at killing a Lynel, but in most cases, using stasis is a viable option.
Lynels are a very powerful enemy. There are four types of Lynels, and they are located in four locations. The southern Lynel is the easiest to find. You can also find them in Southern Oasis, which is south of Gerudo Town. Arbiter’s Grounds and Gerudo Great Skeleton are also located in the Gerudo Wasteland. Lastly, the Desert is north of Dragon’s Exile, northeast of Gerudo Town, and west of Gerudo Town.
Lynels often have a head down stance when they’re preparing to charge Link, so it’s important to use this to your advantage. This way, you can sidestep the Lynel’s charge and attack him from behind. You can also use a flurry rush to counter its attack.
Using Urbosa’s Fury on a Silver-Maned Lynel
Urbosa’s Fury is a powerful power acquired by completing the Vah Naboris quest. It’s a ranged attack that deals significant damage and stuns an opponent. The ability is also useful for fighting Lynels because it allows the rider to deal more damage while riding Lynel. However, it’s not a good choice for every fight because the cooldown of Urbosa’s Fury is 12 minutes.
The first step to dealing with this enemy is to position yourself correctly. You can take advantage of its ranged attacks, such as shock arrows. When the Lynel is stunned, it will fall back to its knees. Once it’s on its knees, it is completely defenseless. However, Lynels are also fast and enjoy galloping around the battlefield. To shoot them, try to catch them when they’re standing still and not moving too fast.
Urbosa’s Fury is an attack that can damage multiple enemies in a single hit. This attack stuns enemies with electricity. It’s very effective against Silver-Maned Lynels. The ability is available in the Champions’ Ballad DLC Pack. However, Urbosa’s Fury requires two seconds to recharge.
The Silver-Maned Lynel is one of the toughest enemies in the game, so make sure you use Urbosa’s Fury in the most suitable situations. It’s not only the best way to deal with the Silver-Maned Lynel, but it’s also a great way to get rare gems and other rare items.
A Lynel has many different attacks. One of the most common ones is a running swing with his weapon. Lynels will usually attack with this first, so it’s important to backflip over this attack.