Golden Claymore

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Golden Claymore

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild icon
General information
Effect Greatsword
Damaging enemies
Cutting grass and trees
Breaking Pots, Barrels, Crates, and Ore Deposits
First appearance The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild (2017)
“Only the most talented Gerudo sword fighters carry this two-handed sword. It's actually much lighter than it appears and is surprisingly easy to wield.”
Hyrule Compendium

The Golden Claymore is an item from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. It is a two-handed sword used by the only the most talented Gerudo sword fighters and is lighter than it appears. Buliara the Gerudo Chieftain Makeela Riju's bodyguard carries one which she uses in her job as Riju's bodyguard.

One spawns underneath the Hinox skeleton on Satori Mountain, Link obtains it when the Stalnox rises to fight him during the night (sword is on the ground), or by using the Magnesis Rune and forcing the sword out from the skeleton, around the right shoulder area.

It can also be obtained via using the Ganondorf Super Smash Bros. series amiibo with the amiibo Rune. It tends to drop more often before Link frees a Divine Beast as freeing one causes the Sword of the Six Sages to start spawning randomly. In order for the Golden Claymore to start spawning randomly when the amiibo is used with the amiibo rune Link must first obtain the Paraglider. The sword can be usual to break Ore Deposits though its attack power is a factor in its ability to do so in one hit and its durability will be reduced. It can also break Pots, Barrels, and crates made of wood or metal. Cutting grass with it does not effect its durability though cutting trees does.

The Golden Claymore resembles the two swords wielded by Ganon in The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time and may be a reference to them as both are weapons associated with the Gerudo. Ganon may have even based the swords he wielded off the Golden Claymore if they existed during Ocarina of Time or an ancient precursor to them utilized by Gerudo during that period.


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