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Tears of the Kingdom community helps Zelda superfan cook up an "ultimate no death run" where dying in either game puts you back at the start of Breath of the Wild

One courageous Legend of Zelda fan is attempting what may be the most challenging run of both Breath of the Wild and Tears of the Kingdom ever - and if he dies once, he has to do it all over again.

In a mind-boggling Reddit post, user "YaBoiNick87" details how he's "going to attempt the Ultimate BOTW/TOTK No Death Run" soon. The challenge run boasts a punishing plethora of rules, including the fact that if he dies in either game, Nick must restart from the beginning of Breath of the Wild. He also can't use Majora's Mask in Nintendo's first game nor can he use more than one Mipha's Grace per boss battle. That's not all - Nick must complete every single shrine and side quest in Breath of the Wild, too.

On top of all this, Nick has to obtain every monster medal from Kilton and find all of Link's captured memories. He's not free from Breath of the Wild's DLC packs, either - his rules lay out that he needs to "Complete Master Sword Trials and Champion's Ballad." As for Tears of the Kingdom, his playthrough will be just as grueling - if not more so. Not only will Nick have to start from the beginning of Breath of the Wild if he dies in its sequel, but he'll also have to essentially 100% the game.

In Tears of the Kingdom, Nick's brutal rules decree that he needs to complete and find all coliseums, lightroots, shrines, side adventures, side quests, and temples. He must also get every monster medal possible from the Monster Control Crew, find all the Dragon Tears, collect every Yiga schematic, and gather all Schema Stones. The brave player isn't shying away from fellow fans' suggestions on these rules, either - upon detailing the ones he's setting for himself, Nick asks the Tears of the Kingdom for "other rule suggestions."

Many comments echo a shared sentiment - that starting over from the beginning of Breath of the Wild is "insane." One response tells Nick to "get rid of that, make it so you only have to restart TotK." Another simply reads, "It’s already gonna take you

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