Destination Zelda Destination Zelda

Twitter YouTube Facebook MySpace
Site Information

Zelda Information

Multimedia

Destination Zelda Forums

items

Twilight Princess: Items

Certain features on this page require JavaScript to function correctly, and we've detected that your JavaScript is currently disabled. Enabling it will allow you to use extra features on Destination Zelda.

Bottles


Bottle Bottles are used to hold stuff in like fairies, water, potions, Lantern Oil, Fairy Tears, bee larva, worm bait, and soups. To use an Empty Bottle, first equip it to the B button, and then press the B button again to pull it out. After that, press the B button when you're near something that you can put in a bottle. When you're near something that can be put into your bottle, a message will show up at the bottom of the screen letting you know that you can scoop up whatever is there. Swing the bottle to catch whatever you were trying to get. To use a bottle that has something in it, first equip it to the B button, and then press the B button again to use whatever is in the bottle. Examples of this would be a potion that you would drink, and Lantern Oil that would refill your Lantern up.

Bottle locations

  1. The first bottle you get after rescuing the Shop Owner of Ordon village's cat. This bottle comes half-way filled up with milk.

  2. The second bottle is obtained after you lift the Twilight from Faron Province. You can buy a bottle filled with Lantern Oil from Coro for 100 Rupees.

  3. The third bottle is fished out of a pond off to the east side of the wooden bridge in Hena's Fishing Hole. You can obtain this after the Twilight has been lifted off of the Lanayru Province.

  4. The fourth bottle is given to you by Jovani after you give him 20 Poe Souls.



Inventory Items


Clawshot

Clawshot You get the Clawshot after you beat the mini-boss in the Lakebed Temple. The Clawshot is used to latch onto grate like things, and it can also be used to grab small objects like Rupees and other items to bring back to you. To use the Clawshot, first equip it to the B button then press and hold the B button and aim the Wii remote at the screen. When you see three spinning yellow triangles, hold the Wii remote in position and release the B button.

Double Clawshots

Double Clawshot You acquire another Clawshot after you beat the mini-boss in the City in the Sky. Now that you have another Clawshot, you are able to use it while you are using the other at the same time, which allows you to fire it while hanging.

The Dominion Rod

Dominion Rod It is acquired in the Temple of Time after you beat the mini-boss. It's used to bring life into specific statues and makes them do pretty much everything you do. Some statues even use a weapon. To use it, equip it to the B button. Then press and hold the B button. Aim the Wii remote at the screen and when the cross hairs turn into 3 spinning yellow triangles, hold the position of the Wii remote and release the B button.

Ball & Chain

Ball and Chain You acquire the Ball & Chain after you beat the mini-boss in Snowpeak Ruins. The Ball & Chain is mainly used to destroy large "breakable" objects such as the ice walls in Snowpeak Ruins. To use the Ball & Chain, equip it to the B button, and the press and hold the B button. Aim the Wii remote at the screen and when your target is in the cross hairs, let go of the B button to throw it.

Spinner

Spinner You acquire the Spinner after you beat the mini-boss in Arbiter's Grounds. The Spinner is used to go over quick sand and to go up little notches in the wall. To use the Spinner, first equip it to the B button, and then press the B button to take it out. While you are on the Spinner, press the B button to jump/attack with it, and press the A button to get back off of it.

Hero's Bow

Hero's Bow It's acquired in the Goron Mines after you beat the mini Boss. It is mainly used for long-ranged combat, but can be used to hit far off obstacles such as switches and it can be used on Horseback. It can also be combined with bombs to make bomb arrows or with the Hawkeye to make a sniper bow. To use equip it to the B button, then Press and hold the B button, aim at the screen with your Wii remote and move the crosshairs around until the designated target is in the cross hairs, then release the B button.

Iron Boots

Iron Boots The Mayor of Ordon Village gives the Iron Boots to you after you beat him in a sumo-wrestling match. They are used to weigh yourself down. If you are underwater, you will sink to the bottom. When something is moving at hi-speed, mainly the Gorons that you face while going up Death Mountain, the Iron Boots will keep you firmly halted. They can also be used to get pulled by magnetic forces in Death Mountain and to stick to the magnetic walls throughout the dungeon. If used while attached to something due to you using the Clawshot, you will pull down harder than normal, which is sometimes just enough to activate something nearby.

To use the Iron Boots, first equip them and then press the button it's equipped to.

Gale Boomerang

Gale Boomerang Acquired from the Forest Temple after beating the mini-boss of the dungeon. It can be used to bring items to you and to create a tornado when it is thrown. The Gale Boomerang is able to lock onto up to five objects. If something is grabbed by the boomerang and then goes to the next targeted object, that item may interact with whatever it hits. To use it, first equip it to the B button, and then press and hold the B button and point the Wii remote at the screen. You want to throw it in the target area which is represented by three arrows encircling an object. Then, let go of the B button.

Lantern

Lantern A man named Coro gives it to you on your first visit to the Faron Province. It is used to light up dark areas and to light things on fire. To use, equip it to the B button, and then press the B button to light it and bring it out. Press it again to swing it. The Lantern requires Lantern Oil to use. You can store Lantern Oil in the Lantern itself, or put some in bottles to use later.

Slingshot

Acquired from the shop in Ordon Village for 30 Rupees after you have rescued the owners cat. It is mainly used as a long-range weapon; you can attack enemies with it or hit switches. To use it, equip it to the B button then press and hold the B button and point the Wii remote at the screen. Move the crosshairs to the designated target and then release the B button to shoot your ammo.

Fishing Rod

Fishing Rod Acquired From Rusl's wife after you get her carriage back from the monkey. It is used to catch fish using a bobber.You have a way better chance if you use bait with it. After you find the Zora prince, he will give you his earring, which can be used as a fishing hook. The Coral Hook will help when fishing for Reekfish.

Wii version:
To use it, first equip it to the B button, and then press and hold down the B button. Then throw your arm out in front of you as if you were fishing, and release the B button to cast it. When you see the bobber go down, pull up and hold the Wii remote up until you land the fish.

GameCube version:
After equipping and taking out the Fishing Rod, press C-down to cast the line. Watch the bobber because as soon as it sinks in the water, it means that something has taken a bite to it. Press, and hold C-down to reel the line back in. If a fish has been caught by your line, you'll have a message pop up saying "Fish Caught".

Hawkeye

Hawk Eye You are able to buy the Hawkeye from the Malomart in Kakariko Village after you do the archery competition there, which is started by talking to Talo on top of the watchtower. The Hawkeye is used to zoom in on things, usually combined with the Hero's Bow.

To use it, equip it to the B button. Press the B button again to use it. You'll automatically be zoomed in slightly from this. Press the zoom in button with the cursor on the right of the screen. To zoom out press the zoom out button with the cursor on the left side of the screen.

The Hawkeye can be combined with the bow to make a sniper Bow.

Bombs

Bombs Bombs are used to blow stuff up. They can be bought at Barnes Bomb Shop after you beat the Goron Mines.

If you have the Hero's Bow equipped, bombs can be combined with it to make Bomb Arrows.

To use bombs, equip them to the B button and press the B button to pull one out. Then press it again while standing still to set it down or press the B button when you are running to throw it.

Water Bombs

Water Bombs You are able to buy Water Bombs at Barnes Bomb Shop right before you go into the Lakebed dungeon. Water Bombs are used to blow stuff up underwater. To use Water Bombs, equip them to the B button and press the B button to pull one out. Then press the B button again to set it down. Water Bombs can only be used while standing on the ground found underwater. They can also be combined with the bow to make Bomb Arrows.

Bomblings

Bomblings You can buy these from Barnes Bomb Shop right before you go into Arbiter's Grounds. Bomblings are used to blow stuff up just like all of the other bombs, but these move on their own in a straight line. To use them, equip your Bomblings to the B button, and then press the B button to pull it out. Press the B button to set it down.

Bomblings can be combined with the Bow to make bomb arrows.

Horse Call

Horse Call You get the Horse Call from Ilia after you beat the Temple of Time and get Ilia's memory back. The Horse Call is used to call Epona (or whatever you happened to name your horse). It works the same way as the Horse Grass; Epona will not come to you if you are in a place where you can't go with her. To use the Horse Call, equip it to the B button, and then press the B button. You'll use it automatically.


Start Menu Items


Wooden Sword

Wooden Sword It is given to you by Rusl's wife, but you give it to Talo in order to get past him and make your way to Ordona Spring.

Ordon Sword

Ordon Sword You steal this sword from Rusl's house for Midna after you lift the Twilight from the Faron Province.

Master Sword

Master Sword You acquire the legendary Master Sword after Zant puts the darkness shard into you head, forcing you to be a wolf, and is found in the Sacred Grove. It's used to transform Link back into human and is the most famous sword in the Legend of Zelda series. This sword is stronger than than Ordon Sword.

Light Sword

To get the light sword, you have to place the two Sols, the spheres that shine light to rid of darkness, in their proper places in the Twilight Palace. The Light Sword is still the Master Sword, but while in the Twilight Palace, it shines light where darkness is. If there is dark fog, use a Spin Attack with the Light Sword to clear a path. This way, you won't turn back into a wolf when trying to get where the dark fog lurks.

Ordon Shield & Wooden Shield

Ordon Shield
Click an image to view its features:

Wooden Shield
Both of these are the same type of shield. The only difference is that the Ordon Shield has the Ordon crest on it. Both shields are burned by fire, so be careful where you're using it. If it burns up, you'll have to buy a new one - better yet, buy the Hylian Shield.

Hylian Shield

Hylian Shield You can buy this shield from the Malomart in Kakariko Village after you have rescued Colin from the Bokoblins. It costs 200 Rupees, and is definitely worth buying before venturing into the Goron Mines.

Hero's Clothes

You get the traditional set of Hero's Clothes after you lift the Twilight from the Faron Province and turn back into human.

Zora's Armor

Zora Armor Acquired after you escort Ralis, the Zora prince, to the Kakariko Village Graveyard. It's inside the Zora King's grave, and it grants Link the ability to breathe underwater. It also broadens the way you can swim; you can dive underwater and swim much better. When you use the Iron Boots with the Zora's Armor, you'll be able to walk underwater without worrying about drowning.

Magic Armor

Magic Armor You can buy it in Castle Town after you repair the bridge (2,000 Rupees) and pay the money so Malomart moves into Castle Town (another 2,000 Rupees), for 598 Rupees. To repair the bridge, make donations to the elderly Goron in Malomart. Malomart is the shop run by Malo in Kakariko Village. While wearing the Magic Armor, you take no damage, but continually lose Rupees. When you have little or no Rupees left, it makes you walk as if you had the Iron Boots on.


Other Upgradable Items


Bomb Bags

Bomb Bags Before getting the Giant Bomb Bag, each Bomb Bag will hold 30 bombs. Each individual bomb bag allows you to hold one type of bomb in it. You're able to get a total of three bomb bags. This way, you can hold all three type of bombs at the same time. You can double the capacity you're able to hold in your bomb bags once you obtain the Giant Bomb Bag.
  1. You buy the first Bomb Bag along with bombs when you buy bombs from Barnes Bomb Shop for the first time. It costs 130 Rupees.

  2. The second Bomb Bag is won from Iza by getting 25 or more points in her canoe minigame. You can play this minigame after the warp point in Upper Zora's River becomes available.

  3. The last Bomb Bag is acquired after you move the huge lava rock from Death Mountain to the Zora's Domain. Equip your Zora's Armor and Iron Boots, and sink to the bottom of Zora's Domain. Place a Water Bomb near the bottom of the bombable rock to blow it up. After you blow it up, a Goron will emerge from the rock and give you the third Bomb Bag.

Giant Bomb Bag
This upgrade increases the amount of bombs that you can carry in each bomb bag to 60. To get the Giant Bomb Bag, you will have to score at least 25 points while playing Iza's Rapid Ride. Iza is found in Upper Zora's River. You must have restored the Lanayru Light Spirit in order to play her minigame.

Quivers

Quiver Quivers hold the arrows that are used for your Hero's Bow.

Quiver
The normal quiver comes with the Hero's Bow after you've obtained it in the Goron Mines. It holds 30 arrows.
Big Quiver
You win the Big Quiver from the STAR minigame. To play the minigame, you must have a Clawshot (or Double Clawshot). The Big Quiver holds 60 arrows. Wii version: The STAR minigame is found in the eastern side of Castle Town. GameCube version: The minigame is found in the western side of Castle Town.
Giant Quiver
After you win the STAR minigame a second time, you'll get this upgraded quiver. To win the second round of the STAR minigame, you must have the Double Clawshot. The Giant Quiver holds 100 arrows.

Wallets

Big Wallet Wallets are what hold your Rupees.

Wallet
You start the game with a normal wallet, which can hold up to 300 Rupees.
Big Wallet
The Big Wallet will be given to you after you give Agitha, the Princess of Insects, one golden bug. It holds 600 Rupees. Wii version: Agitha's house is found in the south-western area of Castle Town. GameCube version: Agitha's house is found in the south-eastern area of Castle Town.
Giant Wallet
You get the Giant Wallet from Agitha, too. She'll give you this after you give her all 24 golden bugs. It holds 1,000 Rupees. If you use the Magic Armor, you'll definitely want to have Agitha give you this wallet.



Content thanks to:
Linkttp, Henry, Blitz, Lanayru
Click here to find out how you can help contibute.

Games and Guides

Spirit Tracks
Phantom Hourglass
Twilight Princess
The Minish Cap
The Wind Waker
Oracle of Seasons
Oracle of Ages
Majora's Mask
Ocarina of Time
Link's Awakening
A Link to the Past
Adventure of Link
Legend of Zelda

Fan-site Friends

Foreign Friends

Destination Zelda © 2009
All rights reserved :: We are not affiliated with Nintendo in any way :: Destination Zelda is owned by Henry & Alicia
All images, (sprites, "official art", etc.), are copyright to their respective owners.
Although we use Nintendo owned images in our work, we take no claim of ownership for their source.
This site is best viewed with a resolution of 1280x800 or 1024x768 on Mozilla FireFox