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Items are a recurring mechanic in The Legend of Zelda series.[1][2][name reference needed]

Overview

Items are anything that is stored within a character's Inventory, often usable multiple times. Items are separate from Objects, which are things that exist outside of Inventories. Items do not necessarily have to be visible within the Inventory to be considered Items.

Some Items may also overlap with characters, enemies, or Objects. For instance, characters such as Child and the Deku Princess, enemies such as Bees and Bomblings, and objects such as Torches also double as Items.

The Legend of Zelda

Main article: Items in The Legend of Zelda

Five different types of Items are utilized in The Legend of Zelda. Within the Inventory, Link can select and use up to eight Items at any given time. Link also has access to six other items which activate at contextually specific times, such as the Stepladder, which is used whenever Link approaches small gaps. Other Items of this type include the Raft, Book of Magic, Magical Key, and the Power Bracelet.

Link's Inventory also contains a space for the Triforce Shard of the Triforce of Wisdom, which is used in the final battle against Ganon.

The fourth set of Items are those displayed within the HUD. These are Rupees, Keys, and Link's Hearts within the collective Life Gauges. Like the second set of Items, these are also used under certain conditions, such as when purchasing other Items or taking damage.

Though they do not appear directly in his Inventory, Link can also obtain other Items such as the Sword, which is automatically equipped to Link.

The Adventure of Link

Main article: Items in The Adventure of Link


A Link to the Past

Main article: Items in A Link to the Past


Link's Awakening

Main articles: Items in Link's Awakening, Items in Link's Awakening DX and Items in Link's Awakening (Nintendo Switch)


Ocarina of Time

Main articles: Items in Ocarina of Time and Items in Ocarina of Time 3D


Majora's Mask

Main articles: Items in Majora's Mask and Items in Majora's Mask 3D


Oracle of Seasons

Main article: Items in Oracle of Seasons


Oracle of Ages

Main article: Items in Oracle of Ages


Four Swords

Main article: Items in Four Swords


The Wind Waker

Main articles: Items in The Wind Waker and Items in The Wind Waker HD


Four Swords Adventures

Main article: Items in Four Swords Adventures


The Minish Cap

Main article: Items in The Minish Cap


Twilight Princess

Main articles: Items in Twilight Princess and Items in Twilight Princess HD


Phantom Hourglass

Main article: Items in Phantom Hourglass


Spirit Tracks

Main article: Items in Spirit Tracks


Skyward Sword

Main article: Items in Skyward Sword


A Link Between Worlds

Main article: Items in A Link Between Worlds


Tri Force Heroes

Main article: Items in Tri Force Heroes


Breath of the Wild

Main article: Items in Breath of the Wild


Other Appearances

The Legend of Zelda (TV Series)

Main article: Items in The Legend of Zelda (TV Series)‎


Zelda (Game & Watch)

Main article: Items in Game & Watch Zelda‎


A Link to the Past (Ishinomori)

Main article: Items in A Link to the Past (Ishinomori)‎


The Faces of Evil

Main article: Items in The Faces of Evil‎‎


The Wand of Gamelon

Main article: Items in The Wand of Gamelon‎


BS The Legend of Zelda

Main article: Items in BS The Legend of Zelda‎


Zelda's Adventure

Main article: Items in Zelda's Adventure‎


Ancient Stone Tablets

Main article: Items in Ancient Stone Tablets‎‎


Super Smash Bros.

Main article: Items in Super Smash Bros.‎


Super Smash Bros. Melee

Main article: Items in Super Smash Bros. Melee‎


Soulcalibur II

Main article: Items in Soulcalibur II‎‎‎


Freshly-Picked Tingle's Rosy Rupeeland

Main article: Items in Freshly-Picked Tingle's Rosy Rupeeland‎‎


Link's Crossbow Training

Main article: Items in Link's Crossbow Training‎‎


Super Smash Bros. Brawl

Main article: Items in Super Smash Bros. Brawl‎‎


Ripened Tingle's Balloon Trip of Love

Main article: Items in Ripened Tingle's Balloon Trip of Love‎‎


Nintendo Land

Main article: Items in Nintendo Land‎‎


Mario Kart 8

Main articles: Items in Mario Kart 8‎ and Items in Mario Kart 8 Deluxe


Hyrule Warriors

Main articles: Items in Hyrule Warriors, Items in Hyrule Warriors Legends and Items in Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition


Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS/Wii U

Main articles: Items in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS‎ and Items in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U‎


Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

Main article: Items in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate‎‎


Cadence of Hyrule

Main article: Items in Cadence of Hyrule‎


Nomenclature

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See Also

References

  1. Encyclopedia (Dark Horse Books) pg. 115
  2. "Items" — Tutorial (Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition)