Since there’s a lot of people here who might need it; and the only kind of music I know to be calming tends to be game music, here’s some nice music.
Just note: not all can be classed as ‘calm’ but some can be classed as ‘happy’, as up-tune beats could perhaps make people feel better as well. (All have warnings if they apply.)
Also if anybody needs to see this as a sign to not kill themselves, then this is it. Please do not hurt yourself or kill yourself! Fight through this life with us, yeah? This is for everybody to enjoy. I mean everybody.
There’s a ton of songs on here and it took quite a while to compile them. Like. Hours. And Hours. Of my time, and other peoples time.
Thank you to all those whom supported the creation of this master post! All are tagged next to their songs/playlists/recommendations! All help that anybody gave me is so, so, so appreciated.
Please do not be shy to add any more to this list. It is appreciated, very, very appreciated.
Had to be cut under “read more” due to the largeness of this post. Thank you for taking the time to read this.
Edit: This post contains URLs you will have to copy, due to a bug (Tumblr not working) that stops people from being able to click linked writing. Many Apologies.
- Playlists, Extended Music and Compilations by Others -
‘Calming’ Playlist (includes Tales of Symphonia,Tales of Zestiria and Faster Than Light (FTL) OSTs) - by @doodle-bee-danny with recommendation of FTL by @theyoungdaydreamer
This fantastic fountain would be beautiful in any fairy garden or dollhouse landscaping. It is about five inches tall, six inches wide, and three and a half inches deep. Made of faux-stone painted and clear resins. $26 USD
You can smash boxes and crates and barrels with two handed weapons like axes and sledgehammers. There is usually food or arrows in there.
You can feed animals by holding or dropping foods in front of them. This includes your horse(s).
Spotted/dappled horses are easiest to tame, but aren’t good stamina-wise; they maneuver a lot easier, though. Good beginner horses.
Two-colour horses have more stamina, but are slightly harder to tame, and slightly harder to maneuver.
Solid colour horses are the hardest to tame, but have the most stamina, and are very fast.
Keep your guardian parts for upgrading your bombs/stasis, etc.
Keep Bokoblin horns for upgrading your clothing at the fairy fountain.
Be sure to find the tower in each new area you go to right off the bat; it’s a lot easier to explore when you have a map.
If you wear clothing of the same set, you’ll gain a special bonus.
Your horses CAN DIE. Do not fall off cliffs with them…
If you attack cucoos enough, they’ll lay an egg (they still attack you after enough hits, so be careful not to hit them too much).
Recipe lists aren’t all that essential as long as you remember that there is no mixing ingredients with effects (stamina and defense or speed and stamina, etc), and you should be able to make something that is edible.
And don’t mix monster parts in a meal either.
Guardians are terrifying until you cut off their legs; if you aren’t ready to fight and kill one yet, don’t… But you can get away from them by cutting off a few legs.
Sometimes fairies fly out of random enemies as they die; catch them while you can!
You can get fairies behind Kakariko village at the great fairy fountain. Sneak up behind them and grab them - you don’t need a bottle.
Remove your sword and any metallic items if there’s a lightning storm; you’ll get struck by lightning if you don’t.
Feel free to add more info! I haven’t gotten all that far in the game myself.
did you finish Breath of the Wild? what did you think?
I’ve gotten some other asks like this asking for my opinion, so I’ll go ahead and give a quick review of BOTW. I’m going to keep my specific thoughts under the cut to avoid spoiling anything for people still playing.
Overall, this was an amazing game. I really like how they shook up the Zelda formula to give us a whole new adventure, but it still felt like Zelda. I would give it a 9.5 out of 10 because I have a few little gripes, which I will detail under the cut.