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Cadence of Hyrule: Where to Trade Deku Seeds

cadence of hyrule where to trade deku seeds

A crossover between Crypt of the NecroDancer and The Legend of Zelda may sound odd on paper, but Cadence of Hyrule has had rave reviews so far. However, since Cadence of Hyrule is essentially a Zelda-themed take on Crypt of the NecroDancer, some Zelda veterans may be having trouble getting used to some aspects of the game.

For example, Deku Seeds serve as a form of currency in Cadence of Hyrule, and the game isn't super clear about who players can talk to in order to trade them. As it turns out, Cadence of Hyrule players need to meet with Tingle in order to trade Deku Seeds, so here's where to find Tingle in the game and how to get Deku Seeds.

How to Get Deku Seeds

Before Cadence of Hyrule players need to worry about finding Tingle, they will need some Deku Seeds to trade. Cadence of Hyrule players will need 10, and they can collect them on their journey. Deku Seeds are obtained from Deku Scrubs, so be sure to collect as many as possible while playing through the game.

Where is Tingle

After collecting 10 Deku Seeds, the next step is finding Tingle. As it turns out, Tingle is found in the Lost Woods, but since Cadence of Hyrule uses a randomly-generated map, we can't say where exactly any given player will find their version of the Lost Woods. Once The Lost Woods have been found, players should be able to head south and they will find an area with a tree stump that has a sleeping Tingle inside.

Players then have to complete a simple rhythm puzzle to wake Tingle up. Speaking with Tingle will get Cadence of Hyrule players the Dowser item. Speak to him again and, assuming players have 10 Deku Seeds, he will double one's magic meter. Needless to say, this is very helpful for anyone trying to complete the recently released Switch-exclusive game.

Cadence of Hyrule is out now, exclusively for the Nintendo Switch.

Source: Gamersheroes

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