During the three Master Wind events, make sure to collect the following 4 dragons: East Wind Dragon, West Wind Dragon, South Wind Dragon, and North Wind Dragon.
Collecting all 4 of them, together with the Wind Titan Helmet, will grant you the Master of all Wind dragons, the mighty Wind Titan Dragon!
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Wondering where to find a Titan Helmet?
You will see Light-breeze and Gale-force Chests scattered around all 3 event Islands! Inside those Chests, you can find Wind Shards!
Collect x100 Wind Shards to obtain the Titan Helmet.
And that’s not all…
If you collect x250 Wind Shards, you will also receive the 320 Orbs of the Wind Titan Dragon, allowing you to Empower it to 2 Stars!
With all three done, a cutscene will show a giant funnel taking you to the lit shrine switch. Stand on top of this central cave, and glide from the top over to the switch. Land on it to reveal the shrine.
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Note that the switch is a little temperamental; we landed close to the centre to no avail, and another attempt where we landed right at the edge worked. Keep trying it and you should have success soon enough.
Head into the newly revealed shrine to find just a chest – containing a Great Flameblade – and the altar where you can pick up your Shrine Orb.
Nintendo has yet to turn the Legend of Zelda series into novels, but Irish author John Boyne appears to have gotten an accidental head start.
In his latest book, A Traveler at the Gates of Wisdom, the award-winning writer of Holocaust tragedy The Boy in the Striped Pjyamas includes several descriptions of how to dye clothes red.
Unfortunately, these descriptions are recipes from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, apparently sourced from video game guides on Google.
According to The Guardian, Boyne’s book spans some 2000 years of real-world history, including a plot to poison Attila the Hun. It’s for this plot that a dress needs to be made and dyed the correct colour – using an «Octorok eyeball», «the tail of the red lizalfos and four Hylian shrooms».
At first, some fans thought it was a deliberate nod. Surely, someone would have picked this one up during copy edits? TV writer Dana Schwartz highlighted the offending passage
Apparently not. The Verge has claimed sister site Polygon was the top Google result for «how to dye clothes red» before this news story broke (now Google just lists other websites covering this story).
Boyne has subsequently admitted his mistake – and said it will remain in the book in any further print runs:
«What took place in 2010 in Alan Wake is one of the cases that the Federal Bureau of Control has been investigating,» Lake revealed. «The AWE expansion is the first official Remedy Connected Universe crossover event, bringing more Alan Wake lore into Control.
«And this is still just a humble beginning. We’re already hard at work on a future Remedy game that also takes place in this same universe.»
It’s been far too long since we last saw Alan, though Control was peppered with references to the writer and set up his reappearance at some point.
So, what can we expect from AWE? AWE stands for Altered World Event, which occurs whenever paranormal forces breach our world. The expansion returns to the Oldest House, but this Jesse enters the Investigations Sector for the first time. The Investigations Sector used to be where the Federal Bureau of Control coordinated their work on AWEs from, and where evidence was gathered. But something went wrong, and the sector was sealed off.
Jesse is on the hunt for a mysterious being that’s been stalking the abandoned area for years. To reclaim the sector for the Bureau, Jesse has to explore the various Altered World Events investigated there, including one from the town of Bright Falls.
Bright Falls, of course, was the place we last saw the writer Alan Wake, who has been missing for 10 years. You’ll see Alan Wake in the expansion.
This expansion is going to be moodier and more suspenseful, we think, than the first expansion, so be on your guard,» community manager Vida Starcevic added in a blog post.
«To make sure you aren’t too scared, AWE also comes with a new Service Weapon form called Surge. In essence, this is a sticky grenade launcher, and great for blowing stuff up.
«We also introduce a new enemy type in AWE, the Hiss Airborne Rangers.»
So, the Remedy Connected Universe kicks off with AWE on 27th August. But what’s this brand new game the developer is working on? Is it finally time for Alan Wake 2? Control 2?
I’m rooting for Max Payne!