Without a doubt, ever since The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild's release in early March, many players of the action-adventure game have managed to find a plethora of unique ways to explore the title and craft interesting devices that were likely not intended by the title's developers. Speaking of which, one fan continues this particular tradition in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild by having created a bizarre contraption that allows them to ride a Guardian Stalker while flying through the air on a raft.
As seen in the YouTuber Nesis' clip below, if fans of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild can somehow finagle a Guardian to stay on a raft while they stand on top of the creature as Link wafts air to the raft's sail by using a Korok leaf, players will be able to soar through the air and look at all of Hyrule from above. Of course, one important thing to bear in mind is that with the Guardian being an active enemy, they will still target Link to blast him off, so one must keep their wits about them the whole time.
Interestingly enough, this isn't the first time that a player in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has been able to fly without using Link's paraglider, as one fan combined the Magnesis Rune and a minecart to achieve the power of flight. In this specific instance, though, players are given a much broader scope of the action-adventure game's rather sizeable map, as they traveled to its highest point.
Of course, if air travel is not some fans' idea of a great way to get around The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild's environments, another player put together a nifty little vehicle that beats hoofing it on foot. As a matter of fact, the creation brings to mind Mario Kart, as the apparatus is a makeshift go-kart.
Taking all of this into consideration, with so many different modes of transportation available to fans in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild–from horseback riding to shield surfing–it's quite likely that players will discover a brand new way to travel across the map soon enough. After all, one player actually managed to leave the Great Plateau early by using the Stasis ability to ride a giant iron door through the air and into a nearby lake, so there's surely still plenty of more odd methods for travel yet to be found out.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is available now for Nintendo Switch and Wii U.
Source: nesis – YouTube