How to get a Cobble Crusher in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom (TotK)

Tears Of The Kingdom Cobble Crusher Guide

The Cobble Crusher is a weapon capable of destroying rocks with ease in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. And with so many caves that have rubble and rocks blocking the way, it quickly becomes an invaluable tool. Unfortunately, they’re a little trickier to find in comparison to some other weapons. Luckily there are a few spots that can guarantee you one. So, let’s go through all the ways to get a Cobble Crusher in Tears of the Kingdom.

Tears of the Kingdom: How to get a Cobble Crusher

North of Goron City

Cobble Crusher Map Location 2

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The easiest place to find a Cobble Crusher is just north of Goron City. We’re headed to the cliffs that are also north of Lake Darman. At the exact point of my current location on the map above you’ll find some breakable stone. Once you break this a chest will appear that contains a Cobble Crusher.

Cobble Crusher Lake Darman

Break the stone pictured above to find a chest with a Cobble Crusher. Screenshot by PC Invasion

Death Mountain

Cobble Crusher Map Location 4

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The next place to find a Cobble Crusher is located next to the mine cart track on Death Mountain. It’s in a chest next to a few enemies, but you can just run in and loot the chest without fighting them.

Cobble Crusher Death Mountain

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Death Mountain Chasm

Depths Map Location 3

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The next-best place to find a Cobble Crusher in Tears of the Kingdom is in the Death Mountain Chasm. But before you come here you’ll want to make sure you own the Flamebreaker armor set. The Cobble Crusher is located on a small pillar in the southeast of the area. It’s held by one of the ghosts that give you pristine weapons. And they’re a good way to get some formidable melee weapons so keep an eye out for them.

Depths Location

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Elsewhere in Tears of the Kingdom, Cobble Crushers can occasionally be found in the hands of enemies. It’s not super rare to see a Bokoblin wielding one around the Death Mountain region. But this isn’t a very reliable way to get them. If you’re looking for other suitably massive weapons, try looking for the Biggoron’s Sword.

Sam Robins
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Sam has been a Contributing Writer for PC Invasion since November 2021. After escaping university with a Master’s degree in Media and Communication, he decided to take up the mantle of writing. From covering the news to crafting guides, he'll take any chance to pick apart whatever he's currently playing. Sam spends most of his time delving into JRPGs and horror games. When he isn't obsessing over the intricacies of Kingdom Hearts he's diving headfirst into the world of tech. Keeping an eye out for the next big purchase that's sure to upset his wallet.