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Um, Zelda: Tears Of The Kingdom’s Flamethrowing Dick is a New Talk of the Town

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Image credit : escapistmagazine.com Link gains a variety of new abilities in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, including the capacity to fuse weapons to make them more powerful and durable and to recall items to change their location in the world. One player used this feature to [checks notes] build a huge mecha with a flamethrowing dick in the Nintendo Switch-exclusive Hero of the Wild, which is another option available to our queer-coded Hero of the Wild. Yes, it is what you read. In the United States, The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom launches at midnight ET, but that hasn't stopped a select few from making some abominations. Having played Tears of the Kingdom and keeping up with early player creations, Gene Park of The Washington Post has published one design that just so happens to have a gigantic flamethrower penis. We'll just let you view this beast in all of its blazing glory below since it's... kind of hard to explain. Even though the sight of the enormous flamethrower penis man in front of you is absurd, it just serves as an example of what gamers will be able to achieve once Tears of the Kingdom is eventually released. A brief video depicting a mechanical colossus made out of cinder blocks, steel doors, tree trunks, and what appeared to be Guardian parts was uploaded by an anonymous user to the image storage and sharing website Imgur. The humanoid's central feature, though, is the real show-stopper here. Also read : Nintendo Teases Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom’s ‘Gacha’ Mechanic’s Function Tears of the Kingdom fosters player innovation with a ground-breaking Ultrahand ability, whereas Breath of the Wild allowed players to climb anywhere and anything with an unmatched sense of freedom. As it enables players to mix a wide variety of objects to build new buildings, its potential appears to be unlimited. (This is in addition to the new Fuse ability, which may also produce a huge variety of brand-new objects.) There are no apparent limitations to the value of this, and based on the fire-fused companion we're seeing today, it's impossible to predict the uses for which players may put their Tears of the Kingdom creations.

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