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Real Life Zelda Treasure Hunt: Hyrule, Texas

by Conner Flynn
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You enjoy playing The Legend of Zelda, right? What if you could play it in real life? Well, you can. You might even win some rupees. Redditor evildeadite sometimes puts together a treasure chest full of Hyrule treasures and stashes it somewhere for strangers to find.

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The most recent treasure box was filled with stained glass jewelry and Zelda art made from Perler beads. When each box is ready for treasure hunters, evildeadite hides the treasure somewhere in the woods of Austin. There is no ulterior motive behind this. He just does it for fun.

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It might be a fun diversion to see if you can find it. If you want to get a note with a location clue for the next box, you can just message him on Reddit. Good luck.

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[via Nerd Approved]



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