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All I’ve got left to do in Breath of the Wild is find all the Korok seeds. I’ve found almost half. I don’t actually want to walk every square inch of Hyrule looking for them. Are there any guides/maps/etc that I can use? I’d like something that I can check off/track as I go.

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Best of luck grabbing those last couple seeds, as you have no doubt noticed there are a lot of them.

I found that this interactive map is quite useful as you can filter it to show the location of all the seeds. Additionally when you click on the little seed icon, there is a small info window that pops up with a small photo and descriptor of that specific seed.

Additionally, in those little info windows there is the option to mark the seeds as completed/not completed. Then you can use the little gear in the top left corner to hide "completed" seeds, so you can track your progress as you go.

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    There are 900 Korok Seeds in total. So yes, there are a lot :) – Wondercricket Sep 24 '18 at 19:37
  • Yup, that is where I called it a day for my save file. I got all shrines, but I am not so into completionism to go for all seeds. – Malco Sep 24 '18 at 19:39
  • There's also no benefit from finding them all, from what I understand. The devs added so many precisely because they wanted to ensure we wouldn't have the pressure of tracking every single one all down - you only need about half of them to fully upgrade everything. But hey, completionists gonna complete. – Alex Sep 25 '18 at 8:34
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    @Alex Yup, I think that was a good design choice by them. Though to be fair you do get something for collecting all the korok Seeds, it just isn't useful. (and kinda stinks) – Malco Sep 25 '18 at 13:47
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    @Malco Ah yeah, I remember now! What a pile of...uh, garbage. – Alex Sep 27 '18 at 8:34
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@Malco's answer is pretty good, and should be your method you use to find them and mark them off. However, I would like to add that if you have purchased the Master Trials DLC, there unlocks a quest to get a new piece of headgear called the Korok Mask. Check out this polygon article on how to unlock it.

From the article:

When worn, this mask acts like your sheiklah slate does for shrines, but for koroks.

Using Malco's method plus the mask should get you that totally awesome end reward in no time.

Spolier alert:

Its a golden piece of poop.

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