In The Legend Of Zelda: Tears Of The Kingdom, here are the best rooms for your house.
In The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, Zelda has taken over the house in Hateno Village that you bought and fixed up in Breath of the Wild. You could still act like it’s yours, but why would you do that when you could buy a plot of land and build your own house almost exactly the way you want it?
You won’t have many neighbors because you’re just outside of Tarrey Town, but that’s okay because you can choose your best rooms, connect them, and set them up in any way you want. No matter which room you think is your best, you have to agree that some are better than others.
Study The Night Away
Even though Link can’t do much in the study, it’s more about what was going through his mind when he made it. Who else but one of Link’s researcher friends would use a study in Tears of the Kingdom? Or perhaps, even Zelda.
Whether or not she would move in with Link is a question for another time, but the study is an interesting room no matter what it is used for. As a square room instead of a rectangle, it can help you build your house in an interesting way, especially if you use one of the triangle connections.
Foyer, To Welcome Everyone In
Even though you might not think of it that way, the Foyer is actually a room that you can buy more than once. The Foyer is one of the first rooms you get, and it’s free. If you don’t like open-air rooms, you should probably keep it.
It’s the first step into your brand-new house, since Zelda took the last one you bought in Breath of the Wild, and behind its door are all of your secrets. There probably aren’t that many secrets, but at least Link can get away from the outside world for a while.
Indoor Stairs, Because Second Levels Are Great
Even though you might not think of the Indoor Stairs as a “room,” they are one of the best ways to keep your house from being too big and spread out. You have a lot of land to build on, and everything can be on one floor, but that could make it hard to get around, especially if you use a lot of rooms that connect to each other.
Link’s new home is also made to feel more like home by the nice furniture on the Indoor Stairs.
Furnished Connector Rooms For Your Friends
Without the square or triangular connector rooms, making your house would be like a nightmare. Nothing would fit together right, and you’d have to live in an open-air house, exposed to the weather and any monsters that might live in the woods.
If you didn’t want to be open to the weather in your own home, you could only have up to four rooms. With so many great options, it would be a shame to only have four rooms. Furnished Connector rooms make it easy for Link to have his friends over and give him a nice place to do so. They also let him add more of your favorite rooms.
A Paddock For The Best Horse
Your Paddock probably shouldn’t go inside your house, but it is still a room for your house. If you have a favorite horse or just want to thank your first horse for helping you by giving it a nice place to stay, the Paddock is a great way to do that and keep them close.
Nothing will ever hurt your horse while it’s resting as long as you keep them safe in their new area. You can’t say the same thing if you leave them in the fields of Hyrule.
The Gallery, For Fun And Beauty
The Gallery is a beautiful room where you can hang a picture of your favorite place in Hyrule. All you have to do is touch the big empty frame on the wall, and Granteson will hang up a picture of your choice.
If you want to do something silly, like put a picture of Link in his Yiga outfit next to a Yiga Blademaster, or if you want to show off your favorite place in the game, the Gallery is the best place to do it.
Weapon Stand Room For The Prettiest Ones
As you travel around Hyrule and do different side tasks and side adventures, you will sometimes get new weapons that you shouldn’t break. Even though you can trade poes for copies of some items, like the White Sword of the Sky, at the Bargainer statues, it’s nice to be able to show off the original.
At least your blade will always be safe in your house. And when you’re ready to fight Ganon in the final battle, you can pick up these special blades at your house.
Nap Your Days Away With The Bedroom
Yes, by the end of Drive Mad game, you’ll probably have made so many Rupees from your adventures that you can sleep in the most expensive beds and use the most expensive plans. Still, nothing beats having your own bed that you don’t have to share with anyone else.
Also, you might as well have a Kitchen, a Blessing Room, and a Bedroom all in one place. While you’re there, you might as well take a break and get any hearts you’ve lost back without having to cook a meal.
The Blessing Room Is The (Second) Best Room
When the Goddess Statues are spread out all over Hyrule, it can be difficult to find them. Most of the time, you can find them in every town, but if you forget, the Blessing Room will always let you know where one is so you can spend your hard-earned Light of Blessing.
Also, the Blessing Room is simple, and the Goddess Statue is the center of attention. This gives you a break from how busy the other rooms can sometimes feel.
Cook For Everyone In The Kitchen
Link can finally stop using other people’s kitchens and cooking in public. Now he doesn’t have to think about the weather when he cooks delicious meals and recipes for himself and his friends in the comfort of his own home.
Having a kitchen you can always use, especially one that is close to other important places, can help speed up your game and make it feel more like home. A house isn’t much of a home if it doesn’t have a kitchen, and Link can finally have a place to live for the rest of his life.