Join one dedicated Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom player as they skillfully employ Zonai devices and various materials to meticulously construct the iconic Apollo 11 ship. Immerse yourself in an awe-inspiring journey as this player combines their passion for gaming and ingenuity to recreate a revered historic spacecraft within the virtual world. Witness how this remarkable feat of craftsmanship brings together the beloved Legend of Zelda franchise with the groundbreaking achievements of space exploration, resulting in a captivating amalgamation of gaming prowess and historical significance. Explore the wonders and creativity of this awe-inspiring project, as they meticulously breathe life into the Apollo 11 ship within the immersive realms of the Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.

One The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom player has built the Apollo 11 ship using railings and Zonai devices. Along with making one-of-a-kind vehicles, Tears of the Kingdom players have been recreating all types of things from other franchises, including Armored Core mechs and Star Wars ships. Some take inspiration from real-life engineering marvels, pushing the limits of the Zonai technology to build a helicopter or a plane from scratch, or in this case, a recreation of the American spacecraft that let astronauts walk on the moon.

Building elaborate machines is one of the fun activities in Tears of the Kingdom, since players have an array of construction tools at their disposal. One such tool is the Ultrahand ability, with which controlling all kinds of objects is a breeze. However, like other ancient powers in the game, Tears of the Kingdom's Ultrahand requires players to progress through the main story to a certain point to unlock it permanently.

A Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom player known on Reddit as RealDeadOne has taken advantage of railings and Zonai devices to create the Apollo 11 ship in the game. They seem to have combined seven railings, six fans, and five flame emitters to make this functional vehicle that can reach above the Sky Islands. Like its real-life counterpart, the ship has a streamlined, aerodynamic design that provides stability until rocket boosters fall off. It requires a bit more Zonai devices than other custom builds in Tears of the Kingdom.

Besides the 1969 model Apollo 11 ship, RealDeadOne has made a tiny multi-stage rocket, which functions as a robotic spacecraft. It can easily lift the player up to Tears of the Kingdom's Jirutagumac Shrine, a giant flying ball located in the Lanayru Sky region.

As usual, fellow Tears of the Kingdom players on Reddit were impressed by these engineering marvels, with one mentioning that the cinematography in the video is also great. Some also said that they weren't expecting to see a landing module that carries Link.

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