Tears Of The Kingdom Fierce Deity Armor

How to upgrade Fierce Deity Armor in Tears of the Kingdom (TotK)

A tough one to upgrade.

The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom has a lot of different armor that you can wear with differing effects. Some of these armor sets include resistances to different types of weather and conditions, or can even increase some of your stats. The Fierce Deity Armor is a legendary armor piece, hailing originally from Majora’s Mask. This armor set increases your attack, and is upgradable to give you decent defensive capabilities too. Here’s our guide on how to upgrade Fierce Deity Armor in Tears of the Kingdom.

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How to upgrade Fierce Deity Armor in Tears of the Kingdom

The Fierce Deity Armor upgrade takes a lot of different materials, as it’s one of the best armor pieces in the game. Upgrading the entire set will take you around finding the different elemental dragons in the game, and defeating various hard to beat enemies such as Hinox and Lynels. Here’s the list of what’s needed to upgrade the Fierce Deity Armor at one of the Great Fairy Fountains.

Tears Of The Kingdom Fierce Deity Armor Upgrade

Head to your local Great Fairy Fountain and start upgrading your Fierce Deity Armor! Screenshot by PC Invasion

First upgrade:

  • 5 x Hinox Toenail
  • 1 x Naydra’s Scale
  • 50 x Rupees

Second upgrade

  • 5 x Hinox Tooth
  • 1 x Naydra’s Claw
  • 50 x Rupees

Third upgrade

  • 2 x Hinox Guts
  • 1 x Shard of Naydra’s Fang
  • 200 x Rupees

Fourth upgrade

  • 2 x Lynel Guts
  • 1 x Naydra’s Horn
  • 500 x Rupees

Luckily the requirements for upgrading the Fierce Deity Armor in particular all revolve around finding one dragon – Naydra. You can use our guide to finding Naydra. Aside from that, you’ll need to beat a few Hinox and Lynels, and make some money.

The other armor pieces

For the other Fierce Deity Armor pieces, the upgrade process is actually incredibly similar to the Fierce Deity Armor chest piece, as they follow a pattern. The upgrade materials you need for the other armor pieces are actually the same in their entirety except for one thing; the elemental dragon changes. For the Fierce Deity Armor chest piece, it’s Naydra, but for the Fierce Deity Boots it’s Farosh, and for the Fierce Deity Mask it’s Dinraal.

Related: How to find Farosh, How to get Farosh’s Scale, Where to find Dinraal, How to get Dinraal’s Fang, Claw, and Scale, How to get Dinraal’s Horn

The pieces of the elemental dragons you need are all the same too, with every stage sharing the same body part needed, just from different dragons. Luckily, we have guides about finding every elemental dragon needed on the site, and you can find those linked above. Hopefully, with this information you can upgrade the Fierce Deity Armor with no hassle.

The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is available for purchase from the Nintendo Store.


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