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The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom Player Shows an Imposing Way to Defeat Gleeok

The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom Player Shows an Imposing Way to Defeat Gleeok
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Defeating Gleek, the three-headed dragon is a difficult task for many players of The Legend of Zelda: Tears of The Kingdom; however, a player finds a quick method to defeat the draconic enemy. Soon after the player posted his work on social media, the video of taking down Gleeok went viral and several Tears of The Kingdom praised him.

Gleeoks debuted in the 1987 NES original edition; however, they have occasionally featured in The Legend of Zelda series. Before making its second appearance in Tears of The Kingdom, a Gleeok was last seen at The Phantom Hourglass on the Nintendo DS in 2007. Whether it has two or three heads, Gleeoks from the Zelda series all have characteristics in common. Such elemental breath attacks and the capacity for the heads to battle separately from the main body until it is completely defeated. Gleeoks are known as ferocious enemies across Hyrule in Tears of the Kingdom. However, one gamer demonstrated that there are several easy ways to get rid of them.

On Twitter, a social media user named yukino_san_14 posted a sixteen-second video of their use of Link’s auto-build activity on how to take down a Flame Gleeok. The fight took place south of Lookout Landing, on the Lake Hylia bridge. While this Flame Gleeok could be among the first enemies that players face in the famous game Tears of the Kingdom, the draconic adversary has a susceptibility to arrows, which Keese Eyes and multi-shot bows can worsen. Yukino_san_14 stops the Flame Gleeok in its tracks and landed it directly upon an Autobuild-made Gleeok cage by taking advantage of that vulnerability.

While the Gleeok’s defeat video shared by yukino_san_14 may not be as intricate as a biblically correct angel in Zelda, it is still true that Tears of the Kingdom has provided players with several strategies for defeating any adversary, regardless of how powerful they might be. Guess the players have a lot more to find in the game.

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