A player has just found that it is possible to disarm Lynels in Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, as evidenced by a video published on Twitter. While Link encounters many hazardous foes throughout Breath of the Wild, the Lynels are among the most terrifying. \n \nAlthough the Lynels' blazing weapons are usually challenging to deal with, the video released on Twitter demonstrates an alternative strategy for doing so. \n \nSeveral game exploits allow gamers to alter the experience, and the Breath of the Wild glitch is just one of them. Now that there's a means to debuff Lynels before a battle, players can confidently go up against their adversaries. \n \nA video of Link neutralizing a level was recently shared on Twitter by user Zelda watchman. To trigger the glitch and have Link expelled from Gerudo Town, a Lynel must be lured there. The Lynel will be defenseless after Link revives. If you're playing Breath of the Wild, you can use this on almost any Lynel and even some non-Lynel enemies. The glitch was tried out with more of Zelda's memorable foes, such as Moblins, Bokoblins, and others. \n \nHowever, the Lynels must be in plain view to be disarmed. The Gerudo Town exploit is useless if the player population cannot perceive the Gerudo. Thankfully, like previous open-world games, the Breath of the Wild model allows players to lure adversaries to specific places. \n \nThe Lynels can be disarmed once the player has brought them within sight of Gerudo Town. There is a bug in Legend of Zelda that, while strange at first glance, may be leveraged to assist players in beating more formidable enemies. \n \nThe Legend of Zelda's fighting is notoriously tricky, and some players may need a strategy for taking on the game's wide variety of foes. Although it wasn't meant to be a part of the game, the new and unusual bug that Twitter user Zelda watches discovered could be helpful.