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Flurry Rush Guide - How To Use & Tips
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Flurry Rush Guide - How To Use & Tips

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Flurry Rush guide for the Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom (TotK). Includes how to trigger Flurry Rush by evading attacks, the effect, perfect guard, and tips.

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How To Dodge And Use Flurry Rush

Jump Sideways Or Backward To Dodge While Holding ZL

Pressing the ZL button while equipped with a weapon or shield will Focus (Lock-On) on the enemy. In this position, you can dodge attacks by jumping sideways to side-step or backward to back-step.

Easy To Get Around By Side-Step

Using side-step well allows you to get around to the side or behind the enemy, which can easily lead to an attack opportunity.

Move Away From Enemies By Back-Step

Back-step allows you to move away from the enemy and to fight while keeping a distance.

Flurry Rush Is Triggered By Dodging At Good Timing

Flurry Rush Is Triggered By Dodging At Good Timing

Dodging enemy's attacks at a good timing triggers a Flurry Rush. While Flurry Rush, you can press the Y button repeatedly to unleash attacks aggressively, which will inflict a great deal of damage.

Point!Since your weapon can be replaced after Flurry Rush is triggered but before pressing the Y button, if your weapon is about to break, replace it before pressing the Y button. This allows the Flurry Rush attack to continue to the end.

Consecutive Attacks While Flurry Rush (Y Button)

Tips To Activate Flurry Rush

Familiarize With Enemies' Attack Pattern

Vertical (Front) Attacks Can Be Dodged By Jumping Sideways

When an enemy rushes at you or swings a weapon vertically, jumping sideways to avoid the enemy can easily activate a Flurry Rush. The best way to Flurry Rush is to learn the enemy's attack pattern at the beginning.

Horizontal (Left & Right) Attacks Can Be Dodged By Jumping Backward

When an enemy attacks you with a sweeping attack to the left or right, avoid it by jumping backward, which will successfully trigger a Flurry Rush.

Flurry Rush Cannot Be Triggered By Logh-Range Attacks

Note that Flurry Rush will not be triggered by long-range attacks such as rocks thrown by the enemy, even if you evade at the right time. However, if you are using a shield, you can deflect long-range attacks with Perfect Guard.

Shield Guide - How To Use & Effect | Perfect Guard Tips

Larger Enemies Are Easier To Trigger A Flurry Rush

The stronger the enemy, the larger the size of the enemy, and the wider the enemy's swing, the more chances there are to trigger Flurry Rush. If you can recognize strong enemies' attack patterns and defeat them with Flurry Rush, it will be easier to collect weapons and other items.

Tears of the Kingdom Related Articles

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▶Sensor +▶Shrine Sensor
▶Travel MedallionHow To Use Ultrahand

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Repair WeaponReroll Weapon Effects
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Inventory Expansion▶Make An Axe

Farming & Cooking

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▶Bomb Flowers Farming
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PoeMalanya Spring
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Route To Each Location
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Rito Village▶Yunoboco HQ
Forgotten Temple▶Lookout Landing Hidden Passage
Cold ResistanceHeat Resistance
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Cross WaterHow To Catch Fish

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CannonHover Stone
Big WheelSmall Wheel
BatteryTime Bomb
CartHoming Cart
Construct HeadBeam Emitter
Rocket Shield

Combat, Skills, and Controls

Battle ControlsParaglider Guide
Recover Hearts/HealthHow To Flurry Rush
How To WhistleSage's Skills
Control ConstructCreate An Updraft
Controls SettingsHow To Use Shield
Shield SurfDefeat Shielded Enemies
How To SneakstrikeElemental Effects

System and Others

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▶Amiibo BenefitsShould You Play BotW?
▶What Carries Over?How To Save
Can You Play Multiplayer?▶Change Difficulty
Death PenaltyRequired Storage
▶Best SettingsKingdom Edition
Collector's Edition

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