Location and Uses
The Engine provide motive power to the Spirit Train. It is located at the front of the train. Link obtains the Spirit Engine (along with the Solid Passenger Car) when Anjean bestows upon him the Spirit Train at the Tower of Spirits. As with other Train Cars, Link can trade Treasure for new Engines at Linebeck III's Trading Post.
List of Engines
|Given to Link by Anjean.||This esteemed train has a long history of keeping evil at bay.|
|2×||Wood Hearts||The retro style of this train is popular with the younger crowd.|
|1×||Dark Pearl Loop|
|2×||Pearl Necklaces||This steam train appeals to strong, silent types everywhere.|
|4×||Stalfos Skulls||Created by a gearhead, it's unclear whether it can even go underground.|
|1×||Ancient Gold Piece||This train is sure to get people's attention.|
|2×||Pirate Necklaces||This train was created in the far past and seems to harbor a great spirit.|
|1×||Palace Dish||This train looks good enough to eat! But that would be a bad idea.|
|1×||Ancient Gold Piece|
|1×||Alchemy Stone||Even the smoke on this spectacular wonder seems to have some gold in it.|
|2×||Ancient Gold Pieces|
- All variants of the Spirit Train are named after their Engine. The Steel Train is named after the Steel Engine, the Sweet Train after the Sweet Engine, and so on.
|Names in Other Regions|
|This table was generated using translation pages.|
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- "Spirit Engine" — Train (Spirit Tracks)
- The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks — PRIMA Official Game Guide (Prima Games) pg. 317-319