- This page is about the item used to find treasures and boss' lairs in dungeons. For other uses, see Compass (Disambiguation).
Compass from Twilight Princess
|Use(s)||Locating Treasure Chests and the boss lair|
Location and Uses
The Compass can be found inside dungeons. Once obtained, it lets Link see the hidden Treasure Chests on the Dungeon Map. It also indicates in which room and floor the boss is located. In games preceding Link's Awakening, the Compass does not show the locations of hidden Treasure Chests. In Link's Awakening and the Oracle series, a tone alerts Link upon entering a room with a hidden Key.
The Compass and the Dungeon Map are both absent from The Adventure of Link, Four Swords, and Four Swords Adventures due to differences in their game mechanics. They are also absent from Phantom Hourglass and Spirit Tracks, as Link can pay 20 Rupees to Gossip Stones to reveal the location of Treasure Chests. In Skyward Sword, the Dungeon Map already includes the functions of the Compass.
|Names in Other Regions|
|Japanese||コンパス (Konpasu) (TLoZ | ALBW)|
|French|| Compas (TLoZ)
Compass artwork from The Legend of Zelda
Compass artwork from A Link to the Past
Compass artwork from Link's Awakening
Compass artwork from Ocarina of Time
Compass from Ocarina of Time and Majora's Mask
Compass artwork from The Wind Waker
Compass from The Minish Cap
Compass icon from Twilight Princess
Compass of Light from Spirit Tracks
Compass from A Link Between Worlds
Golden Compass from The Shadow Prince
The Compass Item Card from Hyrule Warriors
Linkle's Compass from Hyrule Warriors Legends
Lana wielding the 8-Bit Compass in Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition