How to get the Quiver in Cadence of Hyrule

Learn how to get the Quiver in Cadence of Hyrule so you can carry more arrows.


While the latest Legend of Zelda adventure plays out to a different tune than previous iterations, Brace Yourself Games have done a great job of bringing all of the features and iconic items of the series into Cadence of Hyrule. Many iconic items make an appearance in Cadence of Hyrule, such as the bow, Hookshot, and more. In this guide we’ll tell you how to get the Quiver by taking part in the Shooting Gallery located in Kakariko Village.

How to get the Quiver in Cadence of Hyrule

To find the Shooting Gallery, players will need to first locate Kakariko Village. It’s normally located around Lake Hylia, and we’ve managed to find it in the southeastern portion of the map twice throughout our playthroughs. Once you arrive in the village, keep an eye out for the Shooting Gallery itself and then head inside. You’ll be able to spot the building quite easily by looking out for the archery target above the door.

How to get the Quiver in Cadence of Hyrule
The Quiver will allow players to hold up to 20 arrows in Cadence of Hyrule.

You’ll find two main prizes that you can acquire from the Shooting Gallery. The first is a Piece of Heart, which will require you to hit 10 points worth of targets in the Shooting Gallery. The second item is the Quiver, which will need you to hit 20 points worth of targets. Shooting with the bow can be tricky in Cadence of Hyrule, and each time that you move or nock an arrow, you’re going to find the targets will move forward.

Try to line up your shots and hit the points you need to unlock the items that you want. Of course, you’ll need to pay 20 Rupees for each attempt, so make sure you stock up before you head into the Shooting Gallery. Now that you’ve unlocked the Quiver, be sure to head back over to our Cadence of Hyrule guides for more help. You can also follow Shacknews on Twitter for even more from us.

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Joshua holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Creative Writing and has been exploring the world of video games for as long as he can remember. He enjoys everything from large-scale RPGs to small, bite-size indie gems and everything in between.

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