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Bomb Bag
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Main appearance(s)
Use(s)
Holding Bombs

Bomb Bags are recurring Items in The Legend of Zelda series.[1][2] [note 1]

Location and Uses

Bomb Bags are satchels in which Link can carry Bombs. When Bombs are obtained, they usually come with their respective Bomb Bag. They can also be upgraded, thereby increasing the capacity of Bombs Link can carry at a time.[4][5] Most of the time they can be obtained in any order; therefore, the first upgrade obtained will always be a medium-sized Bomb Bag, while the next upgrade will be the largest. Twilight Princess introduced extra Bomb Bags, which Link can use to hold different types of Bombs.

In earlier games, such as A Link to the Past and Link's Awakening, Bomb Bags were absent; therefore, Link's Bomb capacity was instead increased by the blessings of other characters, such as Venus and the Mad Batter.[6] This is mostly the case in Oracle of Seasons and Oracle of Ages, though there are a couple exceptions where the existence of Bomb Bags is explicitly stated or implied in-game.[7][8]

Upgrade Locations

Bomb Bag Location Method of Obtainment Capacity
Ocarina of Time
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Bomb Bag
Dodongo's Cavern Obtained as the dungeon's item. 20 Bombs
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Big Bomb Bag
Goron City Obtained by stopping the Hot Rodder Goron as child Link. 30 Bombs
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Biggest Bomb Bag
Market Obtained randomly by beating the Bombchu Bowling Alley minigame. 40 Bombs
Majora's Mask
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Bomb Bag
West Clock Town Purchased at the Bomb Shop for 50 Rupees. 20 Bombs
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Big Bomb Bag
West Clock Town Purchased at the Bomb Shop for 90 Rupees after saving the Old Lady during the night of the First Day.
If she is not saved, the upgrade will be available for 100 Rupees at the Curiosity Shop on the Final Day.
30 Bombs
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Biggest Bomb Bag
Goron Village Obtained from the Business Scrub by trading the Big Bomb Bag and 200 Rupees. 40 Bombs
The Wind Waker
SmallBombBagWW.png Eastern Fairy Island Obtained from the Great Fairy. 60 Bombs
Bombbag.png Southern Fairy Island Obtained from the Great Fairy. 99 Bombs
The Minish Cap
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Bomb Bag
Minish Woods Obtained from Belari after completing the Deepwood Shrine. 10 Bombs
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Big Bomb Bag
Hyrule Castle Town Purchased at Stockwell's Shop for 600 Rupees. Triforce piece.png 30 Bombs
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Big Bomb Bag
Mount Crenel Obtained from the Great Mayfly Fairy after throwing a Bomb at her fountain. 50 Bombs
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Big Bomb Bag
Wind Ruins Obtained from the chest appearing after fusing Kinstones with Belari. 99 Bombs
Twilight Princess
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Bomb Bag
Kakariko Village Purchased at Barnes Bomb Shop for 120 Rupees. 30 Bombs
15 Water Bombs
10 Bomblings
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Bomb Bag
Upper Zora's River Obtained from Iza after clearing the river from the rocks with Bomb Arrows. 30 Bombs
15 Water Bombs
10 Bomblings
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Bomb Bag
Zora's Domain Obtained from the Goron trapped inside the Molten Shard in the throne room after blowing it with Water Bombs. 30 Bombs
15 Water Bombs
10 Bomblings
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Giant Bomb Bag
Upper Zora's River Obtained by scoring 25 points on Iza's Rapids Ride minigame. 60 Bombs
30 Water Bombs
20 Bomblings
Phantom Hourglass
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Bomb Bag
Temple of Wind Obtained with the Bombs.
This Bomb Bag does not physically appear in Link's inventory but is required for purchasing or collecting Bombs.[9]
10 Bombs
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Bomb Bag
Beedle's Shop Ship Purchased from Beedle for 1,000 Rupees. 20 Bombs
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Bomb Bag
Bannan Island Obtained by scoring 2,500 points at the Cannon Game. 30 Bombs[5]
Spirit Tracks
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Bomb Bag
Beedle's Air Shop Purchased from Beedle for 500 Rupees. 10 Bombs
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Medium Bomb Bag
Whittleton Obtained by beating the current record at the Whip Race. 20 Bombs
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Big Bomb Bag
Castle Town Obtained by completing level 2 of the Take 'Em All On! minigame. 30 Bombs
Skyward Sword
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Bomb Bag
Earth Temple Obtained as the dungeon item. 10 Bombs
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Small Bomb Bag
Skyloft Bazaar Purchased from the Gear Shop for 150 Rupees. 5 extra Bombs
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Small Bomb Bag
The Sky Obtained from a Goddess's Treasure Chest at the Isle of Songs. 5 extra Bombs
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Medium Bomb Bag
Skyloft Bazaar Obtained by upgrading the Bomb Bag at the Scrap Shop. 10 extra Bombs
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Large Bomb Bag
Skyloft Bazaar Obtained by upgrading the Medium Bomb Bag at the Scrap Shop. 15 extra Bombs

Trivia

  • In Ocarina of Time, the Bomb Bag is made from a Dodongo's stomach.[10]

Nomenclature

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LanguageNameMeaning
FranceFrenchEUSac de bombes (ST)[11]Bomb bag
GermanyGermanBombentasche (SS)Same as English.
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See Also

Notes

  1. Bomb Bags were referred to as Small Bomb Bags in Skyward Sword.[3] However, as this contradicts the name given in Encyclopedia, it is not considered Canon.

References

  1. Encyclopedia (Dark Horse Books) pg. 118 (OoT | MM | TWW | TMC | TP | PH | ST | SS)
  2. pg. 83
  3. "You got the Small Bomb Bag! It can hold 5 extra bombs, so carry it when you need extra firepower." — N/A (Skyward Sword)
  4. "You got a Big Bomb Bag! Now you can carry more Bombs, up to a maximum of 30!" — N/A (Ocarina of Time)
  5. 5.0 5.1 The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass — Prima Official Game Guide (Prima Games) pg. 11
  6. "Then I will increase your carrying ability so you can carry [#] Bombs at maximum. This is just a small happiness I can give to you." — Venus (A Link to the Past)
  7. "Big Bomb Bag
    I'll trade for 10 Bombs and 50 Ore Chunks
    " — Subrosian (Oracle of Seasons).
  8. "You can now carry 30 Bombs. And I've filled your bag. Farewell..." — Fairy (Oracle of Seasons)
  9. "Oh! You don't have a bomb bag? I can't sell bombs to people without bags!" — Mai (Phantom Hourglass)
  10. "You found a Bomb Bag! This bomb-holding bag is made from a Dodongo's stomach!" — N/A (Ocarina of Time)
  11. "Sac de bombes: 500 rubis. C'est pour transporter plus de bombes! Dernier du lot!" — Beedle (Spirit Tracks)