The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom’s new Zonai device allows players to create completely wild creations, from orbital lasers to Korok torture devices. To create this hideous contraption, you’ll first need to get the gadgets you actually need, and that’s where you’ll need the Zonia Gadget Dispenser.
This nifty gadget works like a real vending machine, allowing Link to exchange some Zonai fare for a randomly selected capsule of the gadget. However, it works too much like a vending machine in the worst way, as I just discovered that the dispenser can actually get clogged if a large amount of Tears of the Kingdom players try to shoot too many Zonai device capsules. hour.
This was first demonstrated on u/DHIMS_Fan’s Tears of the Kingdom subreddit. He shares a video of him trying to unblock a Zonai Device Dispenser that refuses to give him his prize. In the video, we see the player attempting to clear the blockage with an arrow before giving up and unblocking themselves with Link’s Ultrahand ability. The remaining Zonai device capsules then spill out, much to the dismay of many fans.
Also, many people wonder how many capsules they left behind because they didn’t realize they were clogged. There are a few people (myself included) who think that the machine has had a bit of luck when they do not receive more capsules than expected.
If you want to make sure you don’t leave any devices behind later, there’s an easy way to tell if the machine is actually delivering capsules or if there’s a blockage. Gates that open and close when these devices are exported, if backed up, remain open. That means you can reach out and grab the rest of the capsules, just like u/DHIMS_Fan does in the video.
You can commit a variety of atrocities across Hyrule, such as grabbing a capsule, attaching a korok to a crucifix, or levitating Addition’s prized autograph. Every day more and more inventions emerge from the twisted minds of Tears of the Kingdom fans, but none can surpass what happened on launch day as one foul-hearted individual immediately began amassing a man with a flame-throwing king. Now that’s what I call creativity.
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