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Shock Emitter - How To Get & Location

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Shock Emitter is a Zonai Device in Zelda Tears Of The Kingdom (TotK). Learn how to use Shock Emitter to electrocute enemies, locations where to get it and how to fuse it in others.

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Shock Emitter Use

Can Be Charged With Energy Cells

The Shock Emitter is a Zonai Device that consumes Energy Cells while in use, continuously charging its edges. By increasing the remaining Energy Cell capacity, the duration of lightning charge extends, usability as Energy Cell expansion progresses.

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Consumes Charge And Weapon Durability

While charged, the durability of fused weapons and shields also decreases. Therefore, it is advisable not to attach them to your favorite weapons, as they will eventually break if used continuously.

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Fuse To Weapons And Use For Attack

The basic use of the Shock Emitter is primarily to equip it as a weapon and attack enemies. Unlike other Zonai Devices, its range is virtually zero, making it particularly useful for close-quarters combat. It is recommended to fuse it with a spear or similar weapon to shock enemies from a medium distance.

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Conducts Electricity Through Metallic Objects

Shock Emitter produces electricity that can conduct through metallic objects, which includes weapons and shields. As shown in the video, if you surround the Shock Emitter with steel objects, you can create a device that can inflict damage continuously.

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Best Way To Use Shock Emitter

Electrify The Enemy Using Melee Weapons

While the rapid consumption of weapon durability and limited increase in attack power can be a major drawback, attaching a Shock Emitter to melee weapons may be used for shocking low-level enemies. Nevertheless, there's an advantage in being able to create an opening in the enemies' defense during close combat as they drop their weapons when shocked or electrocuted.

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Use Ultrahand To Control

Due to its relatively low firepower, it is unwise to be overconfident especially on battling higher level opponents. However, when used against minor enemies, activating the Shock Emitter and controlling it with the Ultrahand ability alone can defeat the several enemies at once.

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Automatically Shock Enemies Using A Cart And Some Building Blocks

The automated Homing Cart, which comes equipped with Hydrant and Shock Emitter attached as Building Blocks, is easy to use as it allows for easy electrocution of enemies by simply throwing it into a group of enemies and activating it. Since the cost of using Autobuild is less than or equal to 10 Zonaites, it's worth considering using it alongside other methods when setting up at a base.

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