Location and Uses
Prior to the Version 2.0.0 update, Friendly Tokens could only be obtained by speaking to the Faux Hero after playing the Local Play or Download Play modes with other players and completing at least one Level. After meeting the requirements and exiting Hytopia Castle, the Faux Hero, who begins the game with 15 Friendly Tokens and brags about the hero status they bring, will give Link one of his Tokens for each player he ventured with into the Drablands.
Following the Version 2.0.0 update, Friendly Tokens become available from the Street Merchant after the curse on Princess Styla has been lifted, at a cost of 2000 Rupees apiece. However, their availability as part of the Street Merchant's daily stock is random.
|Names in Other Regions|
|FrenchCA||Jeton d'amitié||Friendship token|
|FrenchEU||Preuve d'amitié||Proof of friendship|
|Italian||Pegno d'amicizia||Pawn of friendship|
|SpanishLA||Señal de amistad||Sign of friendship|
- Encyclopedia (Dark Horse Books) pg. 124 (TFH)
- "Friendly Tokens are a symbol of the bond shared between friends. Beautiful, ain't it?!" — Faux Hero (Tri Force Heroes)
- "I've got 15 Friendly Tokens. Count 'em, chum!
What? Don't you have any Friendly Tokens, chum? Aha! Guess you're not a real hero like ME!" — Faux Hero (Tri Force Heroes)
- "Friendly Tokens can be obtained from the street vendor after Princess Styla’s curse has been lifted." — How to Update The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes, Nintendo Support, retrieved May 24, 2019.
- "Whoa! You did it!!
So you finally broke the princess's awful curse, did ya? Good one.
This town's finally lively again, and I'm turning a fine profit. It's all thanks to you, pal.
Oh, that reminds me. I've decided to finally put "those" up for sale, starting today. What are "those"?
Friendly Tokens!!" — Street Merchant (Tri Force Heroes)