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Main appearance(s)

Grass is a recurring object in The Legend of Zelda series.[name reference missing]

Location and Uses

Grass has appeared as a terrain. In some cases, Link can cut down tall Grass to receive Rupees, Bombs, Arrows, Hearts, Kinstone Pieces (only in The Minish Cap[1]) or other items.[2] Grass is commonly found near Bushes, though in later games, Grass is more prominent than Bushes. In 3D console games, Link may sometimes find Rupees or other items when walking through Grass. In Breath of the Wild, Grass does not yield any items when cut.[3]

Nomenclature

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References

  1. "Kinstone Pieces are scattered all over the world. There are lots of different ways to get your hand on them: • Cutting up grass; [...]." (The Minish Cap manual, pg. 22)
  2. The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass — Prima Official Game Guide (Prima Games) pg. 14
  3. "In past Zelda games, Link can take his sword and cut through the grass and then hearts would appear, that doesn't happen In this Zelda game." —Eiji Aonuma (The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Gameplay with Eiji Aonuma – Nintendo Minute)