One of the great enemies that beginner players of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild have to face is fire. To combat it, in the game there are certain armors that are able to tolerate it more, making its damage become an anecdote. However, there is another strategy that can deal with it: water.
As obvious as it may seem, fighting near rivers or other water sources will always give us a strategic advantage against enemies that shoot fire arrows or use similar techniques related to this element. The title is so detailed that it is able to mitigate that kind of damage with water. On the other hand, when Link is wet when coming out of the water, he will also receive less fire damage.
However, there is an exception to this rule. While the fact that Link is wet can decrease the damage caused by enemy fire, the truth is that it is not the same as the damage caused by being burned by other elements, such as the boilers in which we cook. In these cases, whether Link is dry or wet, he will continue to burn in the same way and receive the consequent damage.