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Kinstone

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Kinstone
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Kinstones are Items in The Minish Cap.[1]

Overview

Kinstones are mystical green, red, blue, and gold medallions that can yield Rupees and Pieces of Heart, and on several occurrences, begin sidequest events when two Kinstone Pieces of identical color and complementary shape are Fused. These Kinstones, created and hidden about Hyrule by the Minish, are seen as a sign of good luck, especially if two people are engaged in Kinstone Fusion.[2]

Types of Kinstones

Green Kinstones

Main article: Green Kinstone

Green Kinstones are the most common Kinstones. Green Kinstone Pieces can be found simply by cutting grass and defeating enemies.

Blue Kinstones

Main article: Blue Kinstone

Blue Kinstones are less common; though they can be obtained by cutting grass, digging, or defeating enemies, they are most commonly found in Treasure Chests.

Red Kinstones

Main article: Red Kinstone

Red Kinstones are rare; they can only be bought or claimed from Treasure Chests, unless Link uses White Picolyte.

Gold Kinstones

Main article: Gold Kinstone

Gold Kinstones are the rarest Kinstones and the only type that cannot be found in the Overworld or bought. Only nine of them can be found in the game, and they are only discovered and used as a function of the plot.

Nomenclature

TMC Forest Minish Artwork.png Names in Other Regions TMC Jabber Nut Sprite.png
Language Name
Kinstone Piece Kinstone Bag
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland EnglishUK Kinstone Piece Kinstone Bag
French Republic FrenchEU Fragments du Bonheur Sac à Bonheur
Federal Republic of Germany German Glücksfragment Glücksbeutel
Italian Republic Italian Frammenti di gioia Sacca dei Frammenti
Kingdom of Spain SpanishEU Piedra de la suerte Bolsa para piedras

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References

  1. "You just HAVE to be close now... How many Kinstones do you have to fuse?" — David Jr. (The Minish Cap)
  2. "Look at that! A perfect fit! That means good luck for us." — Business Scrub (The Minish Cap)