In this walkthrough for the Gerudo Training Ground, instructions are given on how to complete each room, though no specific order is given on when to complete each room. While the costumes in Breath of the Wild served a purpose in combat by adding specific stat boost and extras, in Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity, the costumes are only here for cosmetic purposes. This would be the most fan-serviced costume, especially if they had Ezlo speak while using the costume. But what does the costume with the teddy bear sweater do? Once inside the village, head for the Potion Shop near the north edge of town (it has a picture of a large boiling cauldron above it’s door). You have two options to unfreeze King Zora: you can either go to Kakariko Village and purchase a Blue Flame from the Potion Shop there (for a hefty 300 rupee price tag), or you can head for the Ice Cavern ahead of schedule and get a Blue Flame for free.
Destiny 2’s Season of the Lost’s events are tied to The Witch Queen, and there is a plausible conclusion to it all for Savathun, Mara Sov, and Osiris. The Snowquill setup gets a bump over the Flamebreaker because there are more opportunities to fight back the cold. Use the Lens of Truth to see the invisible platforms that extend over the pit in the middle of the room. Go to Zora’s Fountain using the entrance behind King Zora’s throne, and enter the Ice Cavern by standing on Jabu Jabu’s altar, and jumping along the frozen platforms in the pond until you reach the northern edge of the Fountain.
Speak with the Carpenter on the other side of the bridge, standing outside of the tent, and then show him the Poacher’s Saw. Use the bottle of Blue Fire while standing next to the King to unfreeze him. If he runs in the same direction as you, then keep circling until you reach his backside (it can take a while – try to hug as close to the inner wall as you can). The small passages connecting the halls contain Wall Masters. Take a picture before you talk to him – you need a shot of him with his back turned towards you, but close enough so you can see the face on his hood.
You can tackle them in any order you wish, however. Part I: The Pocket Egg and the Pocket Cucco In order to obtain the Pocket Egg, head for Kakariko Village and speak with the Cucco Lady. Part V: The Poacher’s Saw Return to Hyrule Field, and head for Gerudo Valley on the west side of Hyrule Field (nine o’clock on the clock face). The Gerudo Training Ground is a series of obstacle courses and timed challenges, built in a rough square around a central “Treasure Room.” This Treasure Room contains, among other useless trinkets, the Ice Arrows. These arrows are absolutely worthless in progressing the game forward, but are a fun item to have and use nonetheless.