In the middle of the night you sometimes come across shooting stars in Zelda Breath of the Wild: watch their trajectories carefully and try to reach them (they are visible from afar thanks to a halo of light). These little comets are actually star fragments (hello Super Mario Galaxy) which you can resell for 300 rupees, always good to take with you!
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The Hyrule Encyclopedia as a backup
After your time in Elymith you will be able to access the camera module. The latter will be very practical because it will allow you to adapt your radar to any type of component. So you just need to set it to (arbitrary) Nox veins to find them easily. FYI, the detector is quite powerful and you may have to follow the path for several hundred meters.
Some NPCs will turn out to be fond of certain types of items, which they will take back from you at a very good price upon validating the quest). Another good example is this Gerudo woman who hangs around Goron village and offers to take back many gems from you at a higher price than the store. As usual, we recommend that you talk to all the villagers and travelers you encounter, as they may offer you great opportunities to fill your wallet.
There’s a rather rare critter that hangs out in the woods of Hyrule at night and drops many rupees every time you touch it. Hunting him requires great discretion, so we recommend using the stealth set (available in Cocorico) and eating silencio food to avoid being spotted.
At every relay race or in every village, little dogs wait impatiently for you to feed them. As we told you in our beginner’s guide, you don’t have to ask doggies to find precious treasures. With the latter, imagine that you very often come across 100 or even 300 rubies. If you already have a few on your map, don’t hesitate to go back and feed the doggies!