Breath of the Wild: How to Find Fang and Bone Shop

Breath of the Wild: How to Find Fang and Bone Shop

This is our guide on how to find the Fang and Bone shop in Zelda Breath of the Wild, and how to get the Dark Armor.

Out in the wilds of Hyrule, you're going to come across Kilton, who owns the mysterious Fang and Bone shop. In this Zelda Breath of the Wild Dark Armor guide, we'll be not only walking you through how to unlock the unique armor set, but also how to find Fang and Bone shop in Breath of the Wild, as it can move around between a number of locations.

The Fang and Bone shop specialises in sales of some rather unique items, used for either fighting or blending in with monsters. But finding the shop itself, and its mysterious owner, can be a trial in itself.

How to Find Fang and Bone Shop in Zelda Breath of the Wild

To start with, in the northern reaches of the Akkala region, there's a lake that looks somewhat similar to a skull. Either make your way there, or fast travel to the Zuna Kai shrine located on a pillar above the lake, and paraglide down, landing on the bit of land that makes out the left eye of the skull on the map of Hyrule.

Here, provided it's night time, you'll happen upon the Fang and Bone shop, which is run by Kilton. Engage in conversation with him, and you'll find that he's one of the slightly more enigmatic characters in Breath of the Wild, boasting that his love of monsters is greater than anyone else's in Hyrule.

Once this conversation is over, Kilton will pack up the Fang and Bone shop, and will immediately move out of the area for good. This is where things get slightly tricky, as he will have moved to one of four locations in Hyrule. The four possible locations for the Fang and Bone shop are hills on the outskirts of Hateno Village, Gerudo Town, Zora's Domain, or Lurelin Village (although this final one is considerably rarer than the others).

Zelda Breath of the Wild Fang and Bone Items

After Link has eventually located Kilton and his shop for the second time, he will offer a range of somewhat odd items, all of which can be traded for 'Mon', (earned through trading in monster parts to Kilton). While monster masks such as Lynels can be purchased from Fang and Bone, the real prize here is the Dark Armor set, which be purchased for the following amounts:

  • Dark Hood - 1,999 Mon
  • Dark Tunic - 999 Mon
  • Dark Trousers - 999 Mon

Zelda Breath of the Wild Dark Armor

The Dark Armor set changes Link's appearance drastically, causing him to have purple skin and glowing red eyes. Fitting, really, considering you earned this item through monster parts. The following items are just a few of the many that can be traded in for 'Mon', along with their corresponding value in Mon:

  • Bokoblin Horn - 3 Mon
  • Keese Wing - 2 Mon
  • Octo Balloon - 1 Mon
  • Ancient Spring - 5 Mon
  • White Chuchu Jelly - 5 Mon
  • Hinox Tooth - 18 Mon
  • Lynel Horn - 20 Mon
  • Giant Ancient Core - 100 Mon

We have a wealth of other guides on Breath of the Wild here at USgamer, such as such how to find the best bows in the Hyrule, as well as how to find and tame the Lord of the Mountain, the best horse in the game.

Now that we've told you how to locate and pursue Kilton round Hyrule, all Link needs to do is defeat enough monsters in order to earn the elusive Dark Armor set.

With the final Breath of the Wild DLC released, we now have an entirely new guides hub dedicated to the new Champions' Ballad DLC Pack 2. For complete guides on how to solve every new Shrine in the expansion, as well as how to get your hands on the new Master Cycle Zero, head over to our Breath of the Wild Champions' Ballad guides hub.

Sometimes we include links to online retail stores. If you click on one and make a purchase we may receive a small commission. See our terms & conditions.

Tom Orry

Audience Development Manager, Gamer Network

Tom started life on a circus in Australia before his family moved to the UK. His love of gaming started soon after, which essentially meant he bought every video game magazine available and worked numerous part-time jobs as a child in order to afford costly N64 games. He created UK site VideoGamer.com, of which he was the Editor for over a decade. He now doesn't like circuses.

In other news

Dicey Dungeons Had a Surprise Launch on Switch Last Night

Turns out Nintendo had another card up its sleeve. A card with, uh… with dice on it.

How Familiars.io's Creator Fit Multiplayer Monster-Taming Into a Single Tweet

Bless Twitter's Javascript embeds for letting this Pokemon-like flourish.

CD Projekt Red Is "Not Encouraging" Cyberpunk 2077 Returns, Joint-CEO Tells Investors

"We hope they'll give us a chance to improve the game on the original consoles," says Marcin Iwiński.

You may also like

Cyberpunk 2077 Review: Death by a Thousand Cyber-Cuts

Even if you get beyond the bugs, it's just not worth it.

Stardew Valley Just Got Beaches, Fish Tanks, Swimming Ducks, and a Whole Lot More

Nearly five years on, Eric "ConcernedApe" Barone just pushed what he says is Stardew's "biggest update yet."

Alien: Isolation Is Free on Epic and Just As Good as It Was in 2014

Get the motion tracker and don't go in the vents.