It was expected that as soon as we saw The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom's Ultrahand ability that players would make some truly bizarre creations. We've already seen a recreation of Metal Gear Solid, theme park rides, and even a giant man with a flamethrowing wang, but we've still yet to see anyone take public transporation into account. Hyrule is pretty big of course, and a decent rail network would be great if anyone in Gerudo Desert wanted to pop up to Death Mountain for a day trip.
In steps u/HS_Seraph, who has shared a video of themselves driving a fully working train, complete with carriages and a fire spewing chimney. Using the rails that surround Death Mountain, u/HS_Seraph shows off their creation that consists of a main carriage for Link, along with several minecarts glued together with Ultrahand to act as carriages. It stutters a little bit on its route, but it's still a very impressive piece of machinery.
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If you want to create this yourself, thankfully u/HS_Seraph gets a bit more technical in the replies and explains how it all functions. Instead of using a fan like most of us would, they've used two smalls wheels at and glued them at an angle to make sure the main carriage doesn't fly off the rails.
For the other carriages, they explain that you can't just stick minecarts together, as the whole thing becomes too rigid and falls off the tracks. Instead, they've come up with the ingenious solution to glue them together with a Zonai cooking pots innbetween, which then acts as a hinge and allows each carriage to move independently. Stick some other bits onto the main carriage for some decoration, and then you'll haveRead more on thegamer.com