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Lantern Oil

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Lantern Oil
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Fueling the Lantern

Lantern Oil is an item in Twilight Princess.

Uses and Location

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Lantern Oil is used to fuel the Lantern and can be stored in empty Bottles. To put it in the Lantern, Link must equip the Bottle of Lantern Oil, then he must take out the Lantern and press the button in which the Bottle is equipted to. Link will then proceed to pour the liquid into his Lantern.

Lantern Oil can be purchased at several shops, as well as being found in a few dungeons like Arbiter's Grounds. Yellow Chu Jelly can be scooped after defeating a Yellow Chu Chu to be used as a substitute.

Non-Canon Appearances

The Faces of Evil

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In The Faces of Evil, Lantern Oil, also known as Lamp Oil,[1] is used to light the Lantern in dark areas for brief periods of time. It is purchased from Morshu's shop. Lantern Oil is purchased in packs of three for five Rubies. The third upgrade to the Lanterns, however, does not require any Lantern Oil to be lit.

The Wand of Gamelon

In The Wand of Gamelon, Lantern Oil is used to light the Lantern in dark areas for brief periods of time. It is purchased from the Merchant's shop. Lantern Oil is purchased in packs of three for five Rubies. The third upgrade to the Lanterns, however, does not require any Lantern Oil to be lit.

Nomenclature

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Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese カンテラの油 (Kantera no Abura) Lantern Oil
French Republic FrenchEU Huile à lanterne Same as English.
Federal Republic of Germany German Lampenöl Lamp Oil
Italian Republic Italian Olio da lanterna Same as English.
Kingdom of Spain SpanishEU Aceite de candil Candle oil

References

  1. "Lamp oil, rope, bombs! You want it? It's yours, my friend, as long as you have enough Rubies!" — Morshu (The Faces of Evil)