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Material
TFH Friendly Token.png
A Friendly Token from Tri Force Heroes
Game(s)
Other media Hyrule Warriors
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Comparable Item(s) Spoils
Treasure
Ingredient

Materials are a recurring type of item in The Legend of Zelda series used in creating new items.

Location and Uses

Tri Force Heroes

Materials in Tri Force Heroes are primarily found throughout the Drablands, although they can also be received as prizes for completing certain tasks or mini-games. Typically, at the end of a Level each Link is allowed to open one chest from a set of three, which contain two common Materials and one rare Material specific to that Level. Once the region's boss has been defeated, the Links can undertake Drablands Challenges that reward a different set of Materials. Materials are necessary for crafting Outfits to wear in the Drablands, which can be tailored at Madame Couture's by providing a recipe of Materials and a certain amount of Rupees.

Rarer Materials, used to make more powerful Outfits,[1] can also be acquired as rewards and prizes through other means. Materials can be won as prizes from the Daily Riches mini-game, and purchased as goods from the Street Merchant in town. The Freebie and Frilly Fabric Materials are exclusive to these places, respectively. Materials can also be won by winning matches in the Coliseum; however, the rarity of the Material received is random. There is also a 20% chance (40% in the 2.0.0 update) that the winner may win an exclusive, gold-ranked Material specific to the Coliseum's arena, such as the Supple Leaf from the Woodlands arena. Link can also receive these rare Materials from King Tuft whenever he completes all of the Drablands Challenges in a given Area,[2] however he can only receive one Material per Area in this way.

In the 2.1.0 update, Hero Points can be earned through completing Levels that the player did not initially vote for. These points can then be presented to the Street Merchant for free Materials; the kind he will give will be the Materials that Link still needs to craft unfinished Outfits. Through this, it is also possible to receive the rare, gold-ranked Materials normally only given by King Tuft or through the Coliseum. Friendly Tokens are not given through this way. Once Link has obtained all the necessary Materials to make the remaining Outfits (excluding those requiring Friendly Tokens), the Street Merchant will no longer give free Materials.

Friendly Tokens are Materials normally exclusive to the Faux Hero, as rewards for completing Levels alongside other players over local multiplayer or Download Play. The Faux Hero will only give one Friendly Token per friend. In the 2.0.0 update however, it is possible to purchase Friendly Tokens from the Street Merchant after lifting the curse off of Princess Styla.[3] Following the update, Friendly Tokens can also be obtained as one of the possible prizes from Daily Riches.

The Lady's Materials—the Lady's Glasses, Lady's Collar, and the Lady's Parasol—are quest items used to craft The Lady's Ensemble, and can only be obtained as part of normal story progression. They are obtained at the end of the Forest Temple, The Lady's Lair, and the Sky Temple, respectively, in addition to the normal Materials awarded for completing those Levels. They cannot be sold to the Street Merchant, as he finds witch Materials to be creepy.[4] Once they are all collected, the Outfit crafted from these special Materials grants Link the magical power necessary to lift Princess Styla's curse.[5]

List of Materials



Material Quality Description Location
TFH Lady's Glasses.png
Lady's Glasses
Sleek glasses to grace the nose of a sophisticated lady. Forest Temple Triforce piece.png
TFH Lady's Collar.png
Lady's Collar
A high-quality collar to adorn the neck of a stylish lady. The Lady's Lair Triforce piece.png
TFH Lady's Parasol.png
Lady's Parasol
A fabled item, untouched by grubby hands of drab mortals. Sky Temple Triforce piece.png
TFH Frilly Fabric.png
Frilly Fabric
A Street Merchant exclusive. It's supposedly handmade. Purchased from the Street Merchant
TFH Friendly Token.png
Friendly Token
More friends is better than none. So go get some, son! Gift from Faux Hero after connecting with someone new on local wireless or Download Play
Purchased from the Street Merchant after beating game Triforce piece.png
Daily Riches Triforce piece.png
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Freebie
This will undoubtedly come in handy one day. Don't lose it! Daily Riches Triforce piece.png
TFH Blob Jelly.png
Blob Jelly
TFH Bronze Diamond Icon.png
Bronze
Blobs drop this. It's best not to question what it is... Deku Forest
Buzz Blob Cave
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Armos Spirit
TFH Bronze Diamond Icon.png
Bronze
When an Armos falls, its spirit remains for three days. Deku Forest
Moblin Base
TFH Tektite Shell.png
Tektite Shell
TFH Bronze Diamond Icon.png
Bronze
This is a good-luck charm! I mean...probably. Maybe? Deku Forest
Buzz Blob Cave
Moblin Base
Forest Temple
TFH Sweet Shroom.png
Sweet Shroom
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Silver
Somewhat poisonous, but it smells like a sweet dream. Deku Forest
Buzz Blob Cave
Moblin Base
Forest Temple
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Blin Bling
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Silver
Only Big Blins manage to amass this kind of glitz. Deku Forest
Buzz Blob Cave
Moblin Base
Forest Temple
TFH Gohma's Eye.png
Gohma's Eye
TFH Silver Diamond Icon.png
Silver
Pure gold/emerald. Beauty is in the eye of the Gohma. Buzz Blob Cave
Moblin Base
Forest Temple
TFH Mystery Jade.png
Mystery Jade
TFH Gold Diamond Icon.png
Gold
Nobody knows where this comes from. Mysterious! Moblin Base
Forest Temple
TFH Supple Leaf.png
Supple Leaf
TFH Gold Diamond Icon.png
Gold
A jiggly leaf brimming with collagen. So soft and elastic! Received from King Tuft once all Woodlands Drablands Challenges are completed
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Fresh Kelp
TFH Bronze Diamond Icon.png
Bronze
Grown far from the sea, so it's low on minerals. Secret Fortress
Abyss of Agony
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Zora Scale
TFH Bronze Diamond Icon.png
Bronze
Scales that grow as a Zora grows. This one's enormous! Secret Fortress
Abyss of Agony
Cove of Transition
TFH Hytopian Silk.png
Hytopian Silk
TFH Bronze Diamond Icon.png
Bronze
Spun from the cocoons of rather dapper silkworms. Secret Fortress
Abyss of Agony
Cove of Transition
Water Temple
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Aqua Crown
TFH Silver Diamond Icon.png
Silver
When an impure soul dons this, it evaporates. Harsh! Secret Fortress
Abyss of Agony
Cove of Transition
Water Temple
TFH Octorok Sucker.png
Octorok Sucker
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Silver
A Drablands delicacy! Eat it raw or cook it to perfection. Secret Fortress
Abyss of Agony
Cove of Transition
Water Temple
TFH Fairy Dust.png
Fairy Dust
TFH Silver Diamond Icon.png
Silver
Cute dust that fairies sneeze. It has a million uses. Abyss of Agony
Cove of Transition
Water Temple
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Rainbow Coral
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Gold
So beautiful, folks travel from faraway lands to nab one. Cove of Transition
Water Temple
TFH Thornberry.png
Thornberry
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Gold
Too spiky to eat, but it makes a fine fabric. Received from King Tuft once all Riverside Drablands Challenges are completed
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Goron Ore
TFH Bronze Diamond Icon.png
Bronze
Named for its Goron-like sturdiness. And musk. Blazing Trail
Hinox Mine
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Monster Guts
TFH Bronze Diamond Icon.png
Bronze
Madame Couture's favorite! It's loaded with iron. Blazing Trail
Hinox Mine
Den of Flames
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Demon Fossil
TFH Bronze Diamond Icon.png
Bronze
Cheap knockoffs abound, but this one's the real deal. Blazing Trail
Hinox Mine
Den of Flames
Fire Temple
TFH Rugged Horn.png
Rugged Horn
TFH Silver Diamond Icon.png
Silver
Would look cool in a piercing or hanging above a doorway. Blazing Trail
Hinox Mine
Den of Flames
Fire Temple
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Kodongo Tail
TFH Silver Diamond Icon.png
Silver
Don't worry–Kodongos can regrow their tails over time. Blazing Trail
Hinox Mine
Den of Flames
Fire Temple
TFH Keese Wing.png
Keese Wing
TFH Silver Diamond Icon.png
Silver
Use it to brew an invigorating tea, or grind for a purple dye. Hinox Mine
Den of Flames
Fire Temple
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Star Fragment
TFH Gold Diamond Icon.png
Gold
Prized as a gift from the sky, this rock is out of this world! Den of Flames
Fire Temple
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Divine Whiskers
TFH Gold Diamond Icon.png
Gold
From the maw of a sacred beast, grown over millennia. Received from King Tuft once all Volcano Drablands Challenges are completed
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Fluffy Fuzz
TFH Bronze Diamond Icon.png
Bronze
So soft, you'll want to rub your face all over it. Frozen Plateau
Snowball Ravine
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Tiny Snowflake
TFH Bronze Diamond Icon.png
Bronze
Fragile and delicate. These only form at -25 degrees. Frozen Plateau
Snowball Ravine
Silver Shrine
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Serpent Fangs
TFH Bronze Diamond Icon.png
Bronze
Razor-sharp fangs that can pierce through anything. Frozen Plateau
Snowball Ravine
Silver Shrine
Ice Temple
TFH Crimson Shell.png
Crimson Shell
TFH Silver Diamond Icon.png
Silver
A mysterious shell that never misses a foe when thrown. Frozen Plateau
Snowball Ravine
Silver Shrine
Ice Temple
TFH Freezard Water.png
Freezard Water
TFH Silver Diamond Icon.png
Silver
Formerly a Freezard. Now the purest of pure water. Frozen Plateau
Snowball Ravine
Silver Shrine
Ice Temple
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Chill Stone
TFH Silver Diamond Icon.png
Silver
Guaranteed to keep its cool at all times. Can you dig it? Snowball Ravine
Silver Shrine
Ice Temple
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Ice Rose
TFH Gold Diamond Icon.png
Gold
This rare flower only blooms in the coldest conditions. Silver Shrine
Ice Temple
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Beastie Patch
TFH Gold Diamond Icon.png
Gold
A bandage for beasts. Helps wounds heal faster. Received from King Tuft once all Ice Cavern Drablands Challenges are completed
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Stiff Puff
TFH Bronze Diamond Icon.png
Bronze
It looks puffy, but it's actually rock solid. Go figure! Sealed Gateway
Bomb Storage
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Silver Thread
TFH Bronze Diamond Icon.png
Bronze
Spun from glinting gossamer. Antibacterial and deodorizing. Sealed Gateway
Bomb Storage
Training Ground
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Royal Ring
TFH Bronze Diamond Icon.png
Bronze
A ring with a royal legacy. Unfit for "commoner" fingers. Sealed Gateway
Bomb Storage
Training Ground
The Lady's Lair
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Antique Coin
TFH Silver Diamond Icon.png
Silver
Everyone loves gold! Keep this somewhere safe. Sealed Gateway
Bomb Storage
Training Ground
The Lady's Lair
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Fancy Fabric
TFH Silver Diamond Icon.png
Silver
A master artisan slaved over this for decades. Pretty, yes? Sealed Gateway
Bomb Storage
Training Ground
The Lady's Lair
TFH Exquisite Lace.png
Exquisite Lace
TFH Silver Diamond Icon.png
Silver
Such detail! Sadly, they don't make 'em like this anymore. Bomb Storage
Training Ground
The Lady's Lair
TFH Vibrant Brooch.png
Vibrant Brooch
TFH Gold Diamond Icon.png
Gold
Such vibrant colors! Sure to make strangers jealous. Training Ground
The Lady's Lair
TFH Brittle Papyrus.png
Brittle Papyrus
TFH Gold Diamond Icon.png
Gold
Love letters written on this supposedly always work. Received from King Tuft once all Fortress Drablands Challenges are completed
TFH Palm Cone.png
Palm Cone
TFH Bronze Diamond Icon.png
Bronze
Taken from trees that can go for centuries without water. Infinity Dunes
Stone Corridors
TFH Ancient Fin.png
Ancient Fin
TFH Bronze Diamond Icon.png
Bronze
Smells heavenly when baked. Cook too long and it hardens. Infinity Dunes
Stone Corridors
Gibdo Mausoleum
TFH Vintage Linen.png
Vintage Linen
TFH Bronze Diamond Icon.png
Bronze
How to make this is a family secret. Enough said! Infinity Dunes
Stone Corridors
Gibdo Mausoleum
Desert Temple
TFH Gibdo Bandage.png
Gibdo Bandage
TFH Silver Diamond Icon.png
Silver
Gibdos like to clean, like cats. They aren't as cute, though. Infinity Dunes
Stone Corridors
Gibdo Mausoleum
Desert Temple
TFH Stal Skull.png
Stal Skull
TFH Silver Diamond Icon.png
Silver
Did you know Stalbone can be used as a white dye? Infinity Dunes
Stone Corridors
Gibdo Mausoleum
Desert Temple
TFH Sandy Ribbon.png
Sandy Ribbon
TFH Silver Diamond Icon.png
Silver
A magic ribbon that can rouse a sandstorn when shaken. Stone Corridors
Gibdo Mausoleum
Desert Temple
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Crystal Skull
TFH Gold Diamond Icon.png
Gold
The secrets this thing must hold! Probably diseases too. Gibdo Mausoleum
Desert Temple
TFH Golden Insect.png
Golden Insect
TFH Gold Diamond Icon.png
Gold
Some of these things are worth more than actual gold. Received from King Tuft once all The Dunes Drablands Challenges are completed
TFH Carrumpkin.png
Carrumpkin
TFH Bronze Diamond Icon.png
Bronze
This carrot loved autumn so much, it became a pumpkin. Illusory Mansion
Palace Noir
TFH Mystery Extract.png
Mystery Extract
TFH Bronze Diamond Icon.png
Bronze
Nobody knows what this is...That's probably for the best. Illusory Mansion
Palace Noir
Lone Labyrinth
TFH Spider Silk Lace.png
Spider Silk Lace
TFH Bronze Diamond Icon.png
Bronze
Made from unbreakable and totally creepy spider thread. Illusory Mansion
Palace Noir
Lone Labyrinth
Grim Temple
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Poe Soul
TFH Silver Diamond Icon.png
Silver
A Poe hides its soul not in its body, but elsewhere. Illusory Mansion
Palace Noir
Lone Labyrinth
Grim Temple
TFH Twisted Twig.png
Twisted Twig
TFH Silver Diamond Icon.png
Silver
A highly prized talisman said to ensure marital bliss. Illusory Mansion
Palace Noir
Lone Labyrinth
Grim Temple
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Lava Drop
TFH Silver Diamond Icon.png
Silver
A fire spirit's tear, perhaps? Carrying one is good luck. Palace Noir
Lone Labyrinth
Grim Temple
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Sanctuary Mask
TFH Gold Diamond Icon.png
Gold
A mask used to ward off evil. It's seemingly ineffective... Lone Labyrinth
Grim Temple
TFH Gold Dust.png
Gold Dust
TFH Gold Diamond Icon.png
Gold
Looks like sand, but it's sooo much more. CHA-CHING! Received from King Tuft once all The Ruins Drablands Challenges are completed
TFH Cucco Feathers.png
Cucco Feathers
TFH Bronze Diamond Icon.png
Bronze
Cuccos are always losing and regrowing feathers. Weirdos. Floating Garden
Deception Castle
TFH Carmine Pearl.png
Carmine Pearl
TFH Bronze Diamond Icon.png
Bronze
A red jewel from the sky. Often called a "sun seed". Floating Garden
Deception Castle
Dragon Citadel
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Sky Dragon Tail
TFH Bronze Diamond Icon.png
Bronze
An Aeralfos tail. It's pliable, strong, and oh-so rare. Floating Garden
Deception Castle
Dragon Citadel
Sky Temple
TFH Pretty Plume.png
Pretty Plume
TFH Silver Diamond Icon.png
Silver
A feather that charms man and beast alike. Women too. Floating Garden
Deception Castle
Dragon Citadel
Sky Temple
TFH Mock Fairy.png
Mock Fairy
TFH Silver Diamond Icon.png
Silver
Threatened fairies conjure these up as decoys. Floating Garden
Deception Castle
Dragon Citadel
Sky Temple
TFH Aurora Stone.png
Aurora Stone
TFH Silver Diamond Icon.png
Silver
A large stone with a hefty helping of aurora aura. Deception Castle
Dragon Citadel
Sky Temple
TFH Steel Mask.png
Steel Mask
TFH Gold Diamond Icon.png
Gold
A speck of this steel makes swords way stronger. Dragon Citadel
Sky Temple
TFH Fabled Butterfly.png
Fabled Butterfly
TFH Gold Diamond Icon.png
Gold
An ethereal butterfly, only visible to the very valorous. Received from King Tuft once all Sky Realm Drablands Challenges are completed

Breath of the Wild

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Materials in Breath of the Wild can be found all throughout Hyrule, after defeating enemies, in Treasure Chests, or hunting for food. They cover a wide variety of items, and as such have a wide variety of uses. Materials can sometimes be eaten raw, but are best cooked together to create much more nourishing Food, that restore more hearts and have other positive effects. Materials can be sold for Rupees as well. Each type of Material occupies its own slot. There is a maximum capacity of 999 Materials per slot.[verification needed]

List of Materials

Material Description Additional uses
BotW Acorn Icon.png
Acorn
Often found on the ground near trees. Squirrels adore this nut, so you may have competition while foraging. Add one to a meal for a nutty seasoning. Restores one quarter of a Heart
BotW Amber Icon.png
Amber
A fossilized resin with a caramelesque sheen to it. It's been valued as a component in decorations and crafting since ancient times.
BotW Ancient Core Icon.png
Ancient Core
This crystal was made using lost technology. At one time it was the power source for ancient machines. This item is very valuable to researchers.
BotW Ancient Gear Icon.png
Ancient Gear
A gear used in ancient machinery. Despite being incredibly old, its build quality is leaps and bounds above anything built using current technology.
BotW Ancient Screw Icon.png
Ancient Screw
A screw used in ancient machinery. It's made of an unknown material, and no matter how many times it's turned, its threads never seem to show signs of wear.
BotW Ancient Shaft Icon.png
Ancient Shaft
A machine part used in ancient machinery. It's incredibly sturdy, and it's not made of any recognizable material. It may come in handy someday.
BotW Ancient Spring Icon.png
Ancient Spring
A spring used in ancient machinery. It is light and buoyant enough to float on water, and no matter how many times it's compressed, it never loses tension.
BotW Apple Icon.png
Apple
A common fruit found on trees all around Hyrule. Eat it fresh, or cook it to increase its effect. Restores half a Heart
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Armoranth
This tough medicinal plant cannot be broken, but it can be cooked. Its durable yet flexible fibers raise your defense when cooked into a dish. Boosts defense when cooked
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Armored Carp
Calcium deposits in the scales of this ancient fish make them as hard as armor. Cooking it into a dish will fortify your bones, temporarily increasing your defense. Restores one Heart, boosts defense when cooked
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Armored Porgy
This porgy's body is covered in armor-hard scales. The compounds in its scales, when cooked into a dish, fortify your bones and temporarily boost your defense. Restores one Heart, boosts defense when cooked
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Big Hearty Radish
This hearty radish has grown much larger than the average radish. It's rich in analeptic compounds that, when cooked into a dish, temporarily increase your maximum hearts. Restores four Hearts, increases max hearts when cooked
BotW Big Hearty Truffle Icon.png
Big Hearty Truffle
Years of going unpicked have allowed this hearty truffle to grow quite large. It's chock-full of nutrients. When cooked into a dish, it temporarily increases your maximum hearts. Restores three Hearts, increases max hearts when cooked
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Bird Egg
A fresh bird egg necessary for making dishes such as omelets and crepes. You can snag them from birds' nests if you're sneaky. Nutritious and delicious, perfect. Restores one Heart
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Bladed Rhino Beetle
This beetle's razor-sharp horns demand that you handle it with care. Boil the horns alongside monster parts to concoct an elixir that will raise your attack power. Can make elixirs that raise attack power
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Blue Nightshade
A plant that grows in quieter areas of Hyrule. At night, it gives off a soft glow. Cook with it to increase your stealth. Increases stealth when cooked
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Bokoblin Fang
A tooth obtained from a Bokoblin. It's worn down and not very sharp, but it's still pretty hard. Cook it alongside a critter to make an elixir.
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Bokoblin Guts
A rare material obtained by defeating a Bokoblin. It convulses on its own every now and then, which is really creepy, but perhaps it has a use.
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Bokoblin Horn
The severed horn of a Bokoblin, a creature often encountered on the plains of Hyrule. It isn't edible, but it can be tossed into a stew with some critters to make an elixir.
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Bright-Eyed Crab
This crab appears in large numbers when it rains. On bite of its delectable meat, and you'll forget all your exhaustion. Replenishes your stamina when cooked into a dish. Restores one Heart, restores stamina when cooked
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Cane Sugar
When boiled with other ingredients, the cane breaks down into a sweet juice necessary for making cakes and other sweets. It's commonly found in ingredients stores.
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Chickaloo Tree Nut
Small birds love this nut. You can eat it raw for a minor effect, but it can also be added as a spice to other recipes. Restores one quarter of a Heart
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Chillfin Trout
This blue trout prefers cold bodies of water. Its skin contains enzymes that keep its body cool, and when cooked into a dish, it will temporarily boost your heat resistance. Restores one Heart, boosts heat resistance when cooked
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Chillshroom
Often found at the base of pine trees in cold climates, these mushrooms are cool to the touch and can be used to cook dishes that allow you to stay cool even in arid regions. Restores half a Heart, boosts heat resistance when cooked
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Chuchu Jelly
A gelatinous substance that came from a Chuchu. It's unusable in this state, but applying a bit of elemental stimulation will change its form.
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Cold Darner
This dragonfly prefers the cool shade of trees to the warmth of the sun. Its wings disperse heat from its body, which can be cooked into a heat-resistant elixir. Can make elixirs that raise heat resistance
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Cool Safflina
This medicinal plant grows in high elevations, such as mountains in the Hebra or Gerudo regions. When cooked into a dish, it will temporarily increase your heat resistance. Boosts heat resistance when cooked
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Courser Bee Honey
Honey straight from the hive is chock-full of nutrients. Cooking this into a meal unlocks the potential of these nutrients and provides a stamina-recovery effect. Restores two Hearts, restores stamina when cooked
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Diamond
The most precious gem one can find in Hyrule, its signature sparkle has charmed Hyruleans for generations. As such, it has sold for a very high price since ancient times.
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Dinraal's Claw
This valuable claw was plucked from the red spirit Dinraal. It was extremely hot before it was removed. You could sell it to a store, but it must have some other use.
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Dinraal's Scale
This precious scale fell from the red spirit Dinraal. It emanates a great heat, You can use it in cooking, but eating it seems like a waste.
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Electric Darner
This rare dragonfly only appears in the rain. Its wings direct electricity away from its body. Cook it with monster parts for an electricity-resistant elixir. Can make elixirs that raise shock resistance
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Electric Keese Wing
A rare Electric Keese wing. The part of the Electric Keese that produces electricity is not in its wings, so it won't shock you. Toss it in with some critters to make elixirs.
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Electric Safflina
This medicinal plant grows abundantly in the Gerudo Desert. Its peculiar fibers conduct electricity, which will increase your electricity resistance when cooked into a dish. Increases shock resistance when cooked
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Energetic Rhino Beetle
This valuable beetle can live up to ten years. When cooked with monster parts, its impressive vitality translates into an elixir that will greatly restore your stamina. Can make elixirs that restore stamina
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Endura Carrot
Highly valued as a medicinal plant, this carrot contains large amounts of nourishing energy. When cooked into a dish, it boosts your stamina beyond its maximum limit. Restores two Hearts, can make elixirs that increase max stamina
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Endura Shroom
A rare yellowish-orange mushroom. Cook it before eating to temporarily increase your stamina limit. Restores one Heart, increases max stamina when cooked
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Fairy
This fairy will fly from your pouch and heal all your wounds the moment you lose your last heart. It's easily mistaken for a firefly at first, but it glows in the daylight as well as night. Restores five Hearts
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Farosh's Claw
This claw was plucked from the golden spirit Farosh. Its electricity was expelled before it was removed, so it's safe to handle. A store will buy it, but it must have some other use.
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Farosh's Scale
This precious scale fell from the golden spirit Farosh. It contains powerful electricity within. You can cook it, but eating it seems like a waste.
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Fire Keese Wing
A rare Fire Keese wing. There isn't enough Fire Keese attached to it to burn you, but it does have a slight warmth to it. It can be used as an ingredient for elixirs.
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Fireproof Lizard
This rare lizard can only be found in the Eldin region. Its scales have heat-resistant properties, so when cooked with monster parts, it produces a heat-resistant elixir. Can make elixirs that raise heat resistance
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Fleet-Lotus Seeds
The plant that bears these seeds grows near deep water. The roots draw nutrients from the water, which boosts your movement speed when the seeds are cooked into a dish. Restores half a Heart, increases speed when cooked
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Flint
Strike it with a metallic weapon to generate a spark. The portable fire starter breaks after one use, but it can create a long-lasting flame if you use it near firewood.
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Fortified Pumpkin
An extremely tough pumpkin raised in village fields. When cooked, that toughness manifests itself by considerably upping defense. Restores half a Heart, boosts defense when cooked
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Fresh Milk
This fresh milk comes from Hateno cows and white goats kept in the village. It's delicious on its own but can also be used as an ingredient in soups and stews. Restores half a Heart
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Giant Ancient Core
A giant energy crystal made using lost ancient technology. Cores this large are an extremely rare find. A researcher would probably know how to use this.
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Goat Butter
Butter made from the milk of a domesticated white goat. In addition to being used in dishes like stews and meunière. It's often used when making cakes and other sweets.
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Goron Spice
Made from several types of spices, this secret Goron seasoning has been handed down for generations. An initial wave of spiciness paves the way for the sweetness.
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Hearty Bass
This large fish lives near the shoreline. Its sizable body can restore a lot of nutrient. When cooked into a dish, it will temporarily increase your maximum hearts. Restores two Hearts, increases max hearts when cooked
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Hearty Blueshell Snail
This snail lives on sandy beaches in large numbers. Its flesh contains a high amount of stimulants, so when cooked into a dish, it temporarily increases your maximum hearts. Restores three Hearts, increases max hearts when cooked
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Hearty Durian
This fruit's odor earned it the nickname "king of fruits". It offers immense restorative power; dishes cooked with it will temporarily increase your maximum hearts. Restores three Hearts, increases max hearts when cooked
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Hearty Lizard
This rare lizard lives deep in the forests. It feeds on high-nutrient foods, giving it great vitality. When used to make elixirs, they temporarily increase your maximum hearts. Can make elixirs which increase max hearts
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Hearty Radish
A rare radish that grows best in sunny plains. Cook it before eating to temporarily increase your maximum hearts. Restores two and a half Hearts, increases max hearts when cooked
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Hearty Salmon
This fish makes its home in cold water, giving it extra layers of fat. It temporarily increases your maximum hearts when used in cooking. Restores four Hearts, increases max hearts when cooked
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Hearty Truffle
This rare mushroom has a rich scent. Cook it before eating to temporarily increase your maximum hearts. Restores two Hearts, increases max hearts when cooked
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Hightail Lizard
A lizard found throughout Hyrule. It's a bit slow to react at times, but if given a chance to escape, it will dart off quickly. Cook it with monster parts for a speed-boosting elixir. Can make elixirs which increase speed
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Hinox Guts
A giant, smelly Hinox organ of unknown function. Upon closer inspection, it appears to be quivering, It can be used to make an elixir, but some say it has other uses, as well.
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Hinox Toenail
A nail obtained from a Hinox. It's as thick as a plate of armor and can be stewed with critters to make elixirs.
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Hinox Tooth
A tooth obtained from a Hinox. It's so large, it's hard to believe it's a real tooth. It can be used to make elixirs.
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Hot-Footed Frog
A quick frog that can be found hopping around near water. Cook it with monster parts to draw out its speed-boost effect. Can make elixirs which increase speed
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Hydromelon
This resilient fruit can flourish even in the heat of the desert. The hydrating liquid inside provides a cooling effect that, when cooked, increases your heat resistance. Restores half a Heart, boosts heat resistance when cooked
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Hylian Rice
This grain is a favorite among residents of Kakariko Village. It's grown in regions with a lot of water and is quite versatile. Used as an ingredient in things like risotto and rice balls. Restores one Heart
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Hylian Shroom
A common mushroom found near trees around Hyrule. Eat it to restore half a heart. Restores half a Heart
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Hyrule Bass
An ordinary fish that can be found all over Hyrule. Can be eaten raw, but cooking it amplifies its healing benefits. Restores one Heart
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Hyrule Herb
This healthy herb grows abundantly in the plains of Hyrule. Cook it before eating to increase the number of hearts it restores. Restores one Heart
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Ice Keese Wing
A rare Ice Keese wing. Its frozen surface gleams attractively, but its usefulness isn't readily apparent.
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Icy Lizalfos Tail
The severed tail of an Ice-Breath Lizalfos. Its hard scales and flesh make it unsuitable for cooking, but it's perfect for making elixirs.
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Ironshell Crab
This crab's shell is particularly hard. When cooked into a dish, its fat and meat bolster the body to increase your defense. Restores one Heart, boosts defense when cooked
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Ironshroom
The cap of this mushroom is very hard. Use it when cooking to prepare a dish that increases your defense. Restores half a Heart, boosts defense when cooked
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Keese Eyeball
A rare material dropped by a defeated Keese. It's fun to look at, but it doesn't seem to have much use at first glance. But it must be good for something...
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Keese Wing
The wing of a Keese. It's covered with very short, sharp fur. It's not much use by itself, but you can mix it with critters to make something useful.
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Lizalfos Horn
This winding horn once grew atop the head of a Lizalfos. It's too hard to use for cooking, but stores are willing to buy it from you. It can also be used to make elixirs.
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Lizalfos Talon
This talon once grew from the elbow of a Lizalfos. You can stew it with critters to make elixirs, but it may have some other uses, as well.
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Lizalfos Tail
The severed tail of a Lizalfos. It continues to wriggle even after being separated from its body. That kind of vitality makes it highly valued as an ingredient in elixirs.
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Luminous Stone
This mysterious mineral gives off a pale blue glow in the dark, which some believe to be souls of the undead. Apparently, this stone can be used as a base to make special clothing.
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Lynel Guts
This highly sought-after ingredient can only be obtained from a Lynel. It pulses with the vitality of a Lynel, a strength that makes it invaluable as an ingredient for elixirs.
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Lynel Hoof
This rare ingredient can be obtained only from a Lynel's foot. It's larger and heavier than a horse's hoof. It's useful for making elixirs but may have uses beyond that.
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Lynel Horn
The Lynel this horn once grew upon surely misses it. It's exceptionally hard—so hard that most blades cannot scratch it. Throw it into a stew with critters to make elixirs.
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Mighty Bananas
This fruit grows mainly in tropical forests of the Faron region. When it's used as an ingredient, the resulting dish will temporarily increase your attack power. Restores half a Heart, raises attack power when cooked
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Mighty Carp
This freshwater fish lives alongside its less mighty carp ilk. A compound in its liver promotes muscle growth. Dishes cooked with it will temporarily increase your attack power. Restores one Heart, raises attack power when cooked
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Mighty Porgy
This ocean-dwelling fish comes with one rude attitude. The compounds in its flesh elevate your competitive spirit when it's cooked into a dish, thus increasing your attack power. Restores one Heart, raises attack power when cooked
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Mighty Thistle
This medicinal plant is known for its sharp thorns and for the fruit it bears. The fruit contains a compound that increases attack power when cooked into a dish. Raises attack power when cooked
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Moblin Fang
A sharp fang obtained from a Moblin. It's too hard to be reshaped into a tool, but it can be tossed into a stew with some critters to create elixirs.
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Moblin Guts
This prized ingredient can be obtained from Moblins. Its odor is too pungent for normal food preparation, but stew it with some critters to make elixirs.
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Moblin Horn
This splendid horn once grew atop the head of a Moblin. It can't be used in normal food recipes, but it does have some use as an ingredient in making elixirs.
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Molduga Fin
A sturdy fin obtained from a Molduga. It can be used to make elixirs, but there may be someone willing to trade for it.
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Molduga Guts
A giant organ obtained from a Molduga. This invaluable ingredient is hard to come by, and its use is shrouded in mystery.
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Monster Extract
A result of Kilton's research into monsters, this suspicious spice can be used to punch up dishes while cooking. Apparently it can be used to make a number of monstrous meals. Restores or removes a random number of Hearts
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Naydra's Claw
This valuable claw was plucked from the blue spirit Naydra. It was freezing cold before it was removed. You could sell it, but there must be some other use for it.
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Naydra's Scale
This precious scale fell from the blue spirit Naydra. It contains a bitter cold within. You can use it in cooking, but just eating it seems like a waste.
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Octo Balloon
This inflatable Octorok organ has a lot of lift, so attach it to items you want to see float. Hold it in your hands, and then place it on an object to attach it.
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Octorok Eyeball
This can only be obtained from an Octorok-type enemy. You can sell it to a store, or you can make elixirs with it, but it may have other uses, as well.
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Octorok Tentacle
This can only be obtained from an Octorok-type enemy. It's too acidic for cooking, but it's highly valued as an ingredient for elixirs.
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Opal
A valuable ore that gives off a mesmerizing iridescence similar to the inside of a seashell. It contains the power of water.
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Palm Fruit
Fruit from palm trees that grow near the ocean. It doesn't offer any special effects but will increase your heart recovery when used as an ingredient. Restores one Heart
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Raw Bird Thigh
A high-quality piece of meat that's hard to come by. You can eat it raw, but cooking it first will recover more hearts.
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Raw Bird Drumstick
This meat is tougher and chewier than a standard steak. Tastes better cooked. Restores two Hearts
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Raw Gourmet Meat
This prized cut of meat is usually from a large animal. Any connoisseur would rank this tender, juicy cut of meat "gourmet." Expect an exquisite meal when cooking with this. Restores three Hearts
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Raw Meat
Meat obtained from animals in plains and forests. You can eat it raw, but cooking it will make it more delicious and nutritious. Restores one Heart
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Raw Prime Meat
A fresh, high-quality piece of animal meat. This stuff isn't easy to come by, so savor it. Cook it to recover more hearts. Restores one and a half Hearts
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Raw Whole Bird
This prized meat can be obtained from certain birds. It gets full points for flavor, nutrition, and volume. It pairs perfectly with other ingredients or can be enjoyed alone. Restores three Hearts
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Razorclaw Crab
This crab is well known for its exceptionally sharp pincers. When cooked, the strength compound in its claws will increase your attack power. Restores one Heart, raises attack power when cooked
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Razorshroom
This mushroom is known for the natural slice in its cap. Eating it fosters your competitive spirit. Use it when cooking to prepare a dish that will increase your strength. Restores half a Heart, raises attack power when cooked
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Red Chuchu Jelly
A jiggly substance that normally comes from a Fire Chuchu. It constantly gives off heat. If struck, it will explode in a ball of flame. Can be created by heating Chuchu jelly over an open flame.
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Red Lizalfos Tail
The severed tail of a Fire-Breath Lizalfos. Its flavor makes the flesh inedible, but toss it into a stew with some critters, and you'll have yourself a nice elixir.
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Restless Cricket
A very energetic cricket. Cook it with monster parts to create a stamina-recovery elixir. Can make elixirs that restore stamina
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Rock Salt
Crystallized salt from the ancient sea commonly used to season meals. Cannot be eaten in this form.
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Ruby
A precious red gem mined from large ore deposits found throughout Hyrule. Rubies contain the power of fire and have fetched a high price since ancient times.
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Rugged Rhino Beetle
This beetle's hard body resembles armor. When the shell is cooked with monster parts, the resulting elixir boosts your defense. Can make elixirs that boost defense
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Rushroom
A mushroom that can grow almost anywhere but prefers ceilings and sheer cliffs. Cook it before eating to temporarily increase your movement speed. Restores half a Heart, increases speed when cooked
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Sanke Carp
This wild armored carp has been bred into a prizewinning fish. Its beautifully colored markings do not occur in nature. It offers no special effects when cooked. Restores one Heart
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Sapphire
A precious blue gem mined from natural rock formations. Sapphires contain the very essence of ice. They've been known to fetch a high price since ancient times.
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Shard of Dinraal's Fang
This shard fell from the red spirit Dinraal's fang. It's exceptionally hard and therefore impossible to process, but apparently it can be used as a material for something.
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Shard of Dinraal's Horn
This shard chipped and fell off the red spirit Dinraal. Its horn is said to be the crystallized power of fire itself. It sells for a high price, but rumors say there's some other use for it.
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Shard of Farosh's Fang
This shard fell from the golden spirit Farosh's fang. It's so hard, hammers bounce right off it, so it's impossible to process. Yet rumors say it does have some use as a material.
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Shard of Farosh's Horn
This shard fell off the golden spirit Farosh. It's said the horn is the crystallized power of electricity itself. It sells for a lot, but there must be some other use for it.
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Shard of Naydra's Fang
This shard fell from the blue spirit Naydra's fang. It's much harder than any metal, so it's impossible to process. Yet rumors say it can be used as a material for something.
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Shard of Naydra's Horn
This shard chipped and fell off the blue spirit Naydra. It's said the horn is the crystallized power of ice itself. It sells for quite a bit, but rumors say it has some other use.
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Silent Princess
This lovely flower was said to have been a favorite of the princess of Hyrule. Once feared to have gone extinct, it's recently been spotted growing in the wild. Increases stealth when cooked
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Silent Shroom
A strange mushroom that glows quietly in the forest at night. Cooking it into a dish unlocks the nutrients in its cap, resulting in a meal that will allow you to move stealthily. Restores half a Heart, increases stealth when cooked
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Sizzlefin Trout
This red trout prefers warm bodies of water. It has a special organ specifically for storing heat. When cooked into a dish, it temporarily boosts your resistance to the cold. Restores one Heart, boosts cold resistance when cooked
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Smotherwing Butterfly
This rare butterfly lives in volcanic regions. Its body contains a heat-resistant liquid, which can be turned into a topical elixir that offers resistance to flames. Can make elixirs which boost heat resistance
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Sneaky River Snail
This large, glow-in-the-dark snail lives in fresh water. When cooked into a dish, it heightens your senses so you can move about silently. Restores one Heart, increases stealth when cooked
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Spicy Pepper
This pepper is exploding with spice. Cook with it to create dishes that will raise your body temperature and help you withstand the cold. Restores half a Heart, boosts heat resistance when cooked
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Stamella Shroom
A green mushroom that grows near trees in the forest. It's chock-full of natural energy. Cook it to release its stamina-restoration properties. Restores one Heart, restores stamina when cooked
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Staminoka Bass
This Hyrule bass got to be the biggest fish by never getting caught (until now). Its long life results in a cooked dish that will restore a lot of stamina. Restores one Heart, restores stamina when cooked
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Star Fragment
A mysterious stone fragment that fell from the sky. It looks like it would fetch a good price, but you may be able to use it in certain recipes as well.
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Stealthfin Trout
Consuming the bioluminescent compound that makes this fish glow in the dark will increase concentration. Dishes cooked with it will suppress noise when consumed. Restores one Heart, increases stealth when cooked
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Summerwing Butterfly
A butterfly found in the woods and plains of warm regions. Its wings absorb the warmth of the sun. Cook it with monster parts to create an elixir that makes you feel warm and fuzzy. Can make elixirs which boost cold resistance
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Sunset Firefly
These fireflies glow gently in the dark. When cooked with monster parts, the compound that causes it to glow results in an elixir that will allow you to move more quietly. Can make elixirs which increase stealth
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Sunshroom
A bright red mushroom that grows in hot climates. Imbued with the power of heat, they can be used to cook dishes that will allow you to endure the bitter cold. Restores half a Heart, boosts cold resistance when cooked
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Swift Carrot
This carrot is cultivated extensively in Kakariko Village. It strengthens the legs and hips when cooked into a dish, which helps increase your movement speed. Restores half a Heart, increases speed when cooked
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Swift Violet
This vitality-rich flower blooms mainly on cliffsides. When cooked into a dish, the nourishing compounds increase your movement speed. Increases speed when cooked
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Tabantha Wheat
This grain is cultivated extensively on the Tabantha Plains. It's ground finely with a millstone to be used in cooking. Use it to make things such as stews and breads. Restores one heart
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Thunderwing Butterfly
This rare butterfly only shows itself when it rains. The organs in its body produce an insulating compound. When made into an elixir, it offers electrical resistance. Can make elixirs which boost shock resistance
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Tireless Frog
This rare frog only ventures out in the rain. When cooked with monster parts, the elixir it produces will temporarily increase your maximum stamina. Can make elixirs which increase max stamina
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Topaz
This precious yellow gem contains the power of electricity. It's been known to fetch a high price since ancient times.
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Voltfin Trout
This trout makes its home in the freshwater lakes. Its scales have an insulating compound that, when cooked into a dish, offers resistance to electricity. Restores one Heart, boosts shock resistance when cooked
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Voltfruit
Cacti found in the Gerudo Desert bear this sweet fruit. It's naturally insulated, so when cooked into a dish, it provides resistance against electricity. Restores half a Heart, boosts shock resistance when cooked
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Warm Darner
This dragonfly has a special organ that causes it to sweat profusely. Cook it with monster parts for an elixir that will raise your core temperatures so you can resist the cold. Can make elixirs which boost cold resistance
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Warm Safflina
This medicinal plant grows in hot regions, such as the Gerudo Desert. It's warm to the touch and increases your cold resistance when cooked into a dish. Boosts cold resistance when cooked
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White Chuchu Jelly
A jiggly substance that came from an Ice Chuchu. It's cool to the touch, and squeezing it seems to relieve stress. If struck, it will explode in a cold mist.
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Wildberry
A fruit that grows in cold, snowy regions known for its tangy, sweet flavor. It doesn't offer any special effects, but it's a popular cooking ingredient. Restores half a Heart
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Winterwing Butterfly
The powdery scales of this butterfly's wings cool the air around it. Watching it flutter around snowflakes is a thing of beauty. Cook it with monster parts for a heat-resistant elixir. Boosts heat resistance when cooked
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Wood
A portable bundle of wood. You can use this to make a campfire if you have something to light it.
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Yellow Chuchu Jelly
A jiggly substance that came from an Electric Chuchu. Electricity pulses through its gelatinous mass. If struck, it will explode in a burst of electric current.
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Yellow Lizalfos Tail
The severed tail of an Electric Lizalfos. Its powerful stench makes it unappetizing and unfit for cooking, but it's highly valued as an ingredient for elixirs.
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Zapshroom
This mushroom grows wild in the Gerudo region. The cap is naturally insulated, so when used in cooking, it will offer protection against electricity. Restores half a Heart, boosts shock resistance when cooked

Non-Canon Appearances

Hyrule Warriors

In Hyrule Warriors, Materials are similar to Spoils and Treasures in that each Material is a unique object possessed by the enemy that dropped it, such as their hair or weapons. Materials are dropped by nearly every enemy type except Cuccos and infantry soldiers, and only when the enemy does not drop a Weapon Bag. They come in three rarities, with at most two rarities of item for each enemy type. The most common are Bronze Materials, which are the only item drops for the basic infantry Captains. Silver Materials are dropped by unique Captains, Warriors, and Giant Bosses. Rare Gold Materials are dropped only by Warriors and Giant Bosses. Enemies can be influenced to drop their rarer Materials by using weapons with the "Material+" Skill, or by activating the identical boon while using Focus Spirit.

Materials are primarily used to craft Badges for the playable Warriors, with each Badge having its own recipe of specific Materials. Materials can also be used to brew one-use elixirs by consuming a set amount of any Material of a given rarity.

List of Materials

Enemy Materials
Enemy Bronze Silver
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Bulblin
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Metal Plate
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Stalchild
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Monster Tooth
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Bokoblin
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Old Rag
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Hylian Soldier
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Soldier's Uniform
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Goron
HW Rock Icon.png
Rock
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Aeralfos
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Aeralfos Leather
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Round Aeralfos Shield
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Fiery Aeralfos
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Fiery Aeralfos Leather
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Fiery Aeralfos Wing
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Gibdo
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Gibdo Bandage
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Heavy Gibdo Sword
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ReDead Knight
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ReDead Bandage
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ReDead Knight Ashes
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Lizalfos
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Lizalfos Scale
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Lizalfos Gauntlet
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Dinolfos
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Dinolfos Fang
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Dinolfos Arm Guard
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Moblin
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Moblin Flank
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Moblin Spear
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Shield Moblin
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Shield Moblin Helmet
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Metal Moblin Shield
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Darknut
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Piece of Darknut Armor
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Large Darknut Sword
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Stalmaster
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Stalmaster Wrist Bone
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Stalmaster's Skull
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Big Poe
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Big Poe Necklace
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Big Poe's Lantern
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Icy Big Poe
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Essence of Icy Big Poe
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Icy Big Poe's Talisman
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Hylian Captain
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Hylian Captain Gauntlet
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Holy Hylian Shield
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Goron Captain
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Goron Armor Breastplate
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Thick Goron Helmet
Boss Materials
Boss Silver Gold
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Ganon
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Ganon's Mane
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Ganon's Fang
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King Dodongo
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King Dodongo's Claws
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King Dodongo's Crystal
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Gohma
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Gohma's Acid
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Gohma's Lens
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Manhandla
HW Manhandla's Toxic Dust Icon.png
Manhandla's Toxic Dust
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Manhandla's Sapling
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Argorok
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Argorok's Embers
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Argorok's Stone
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The Imprisoned
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The Imprisoned's Scales
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The Imprisoned's Pillar
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Cia
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Cia's Bracelet
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Cia's Staff
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Volga
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Volga's Helmet
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Volga's Dragon Spear
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Wizzro
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Wizzro's Robe
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Wizzro's Ring
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Link
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Young Link
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Link's Boots
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Link's Scarf
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Lana
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Lana's Hair Clip
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Lana's Cloak
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Zelda
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Zelda's Brooch
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Zelda's Tiara
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Impa
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Impa's Hair Band
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Impa's Breastplate
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Ganondorf
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Ganondorf's Gauntlet
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Ganondorf's Jewel
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Sheik
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Sheik's Kunai
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Sheik's Turban
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Darunia
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Darunia's Spikes
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Darunia's Bracelet
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Ruto
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Ruto's Earrings
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Ruto's Scale
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Agitha
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Agitha's Basket
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Agitha's Pendant
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Midna
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Twili Midna
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Midna's Hair
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Midna's Fused Shadow
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Fi
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Fi's Heels
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Fi's Crystal
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Ghirahim
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Ghirahim's Sash
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Ghirahim's Cape
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Zant
HW Zant's Magic Gem Icon.png
Zant's Magic Gem
HW Zant's Helmet Icon.png
Zant's Helmet

Hyrule Warriors Legends

Materials in Hyrule Warriors Legends are primarily the same as those in Hyrule Warriors, with the addition of new Materials for Warriors who did not yield any in Hyrule Warriors, as well as for monsters and Warriors who exist exclusively in Hyrule Warriors Legends. Certain Warriors, such as Young Link and Twili Midna, also received their own set of Materials apart from their counterparts.

List of Materials

Enemy Materials
Enemy Bronze Silver
Miniblin HWL Monster Horn Icon.png
Monster Horn
Big Blin HWL Big Blin Hide Icon.png
Big Blin Hide
HWL Big Blin Club Icon.png
Big Blin Club
Stone Blin HWL Stone Blin Buckler Icon.png
Stone Blin Buckler
HWL Stone Blin Helmet Icon.png
Stone Blin Helmet
Enemy Materials
Enemy Silver Gold
HWL VS The Imprisoned Icon.png
The Imprisoned (Miniature Version)
HW The Imprisoned's Scales Icon.png
The Imprisoned's Scales
HW The Imprisoned's Pillar Icon.png
The Imprisoned's Pillar
Boss Materials
Boss Silver Gold
Helmaroc King HWL Helmaroc Plume Icon.png
Helmaroc Plume
HWL Helmaroc King's Mask Icon.png
Helmaroc King's Mask
Phantom Ganon HWL Phantom Ganon's Cape Icon.png
Phantom Ganon's Cape
HWL Phantom Ganon's Sword Icon.png
Phantom Ganon's Sword
HWS King Daphnes Mini Map Icon.png
King Daphnes
HWL King Daphnes's Robe Icon.png
King Daphnes's Robe
HWL King Daphnes's Crown Icon.png
King Daphnes's Crown
HWS Linkle Mini Map Icon.png
Linkle
HWL Linkle's Boots Icon.png
Linkle's Boots
HWL Linkle's Compass Icon.png
Linkle's Compass
HWS Marin Mini Map Icon.png
Marin
HW Zelda's Brooch Icon.png
Zelda's Brooch
HW Zelda's Tiara Icon.png
Zelda's Tiara
HWS Medli Mini Map Icon.png
Medli
HW Ruto's Earrings Icon.png
Ruto's Earrings
HW Ruto's Scale Icon.png
Ruto's Scale
HWS Skull Kid Mini Map Icon.png
Skull Kid
HWL Skull Kid's Hat Icon.png
Skull Kid's Hat
HWL Majora's Mask Icon.png
Majora's Mask
HWS Tetra Mini Map Icon.png
Tetra
HWS Toon Zelda Mini Map Icon.png
Toon Zelda
HWL Tetra's Sandals Icon.png
Tetra's Sandals
HWL Tetra's Bandana Icon.png
Tetra's Bandana
HWL VS Tingle Icon.png
Tingle
HWL Tingle's Map Icon.png
Tingle's Map
HWL Tingle's Watch Icon.png
Tingle's Watch
HWS Toon Link Mini Map Icon.png
Toon Link
HWL Pirate's Charm Icon.png
Pirate's Charm
HWL Island Outfit Icon.png
Island Outfit
HWL VS Twili Midna Icon.png
Twili Midna
HWL Twili Midna's Hairpin Icon.png
Twili Midna's Hairpin
HWL Twili Midna's Robe Icon.png
Twili Midna's Robe
HWL VS Young Link Icon.png
Young Link
HWS Ravio Mini Map Icon.png
Ravio
HWL Young Link's Belt Icon.png
Young Link's Belt
HWL Keaton Mask Icon.png
Keaton Mask
HWS Yuga Mini Map Icon.png
Yuga
HW Ganondorf's Gauntlet Icon.png
Ganondorf's Gauntlet
HW Ganondorf's Jewel Icon.png
Ganondorf's Jewel

Trivia

  • The Crimson Shell's description is likely a reference to the Red Shell item in the Mario Kart series, which homes in at opponent racers.
  • During development of Breath of the Wild, crabs were used to create elixirs; however, Nate Bihldorff, senior director of localization at Nintendo of America, convinced Hidemaro Fujibayashi, the game's director, to use them for cooking recipes instead.[6]

Nomenclature

TMC Forest Minish Artwork.png Names in Other Regions TMC Jabber Nut Sprite.gif
Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese 素材 (Sozai) (HW) Same as English

Gallery

References

  1. "So, as you clear courses in this game, you're going to receive materials. And you use those materials to go and then make these costumes. [...] And of course to create the really powerful costumes, you need special materials. And you're only going to get those special materials on the really difficult courses. [...] So what I'd like to do today is introduce one of those more difficult courses, which again, once you clear you'll get this special material, that allows you to create one of the more powerful suits in the game." — Hiromasa Shikata, Nintendo Treehouse Live @ E3 2015 Day 3 The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes, YouTube (Video), published June 18, 2015, retrieved August 22, 2015.
  2. "Oh! Ah yes, I hear you have conquered a Drablands challenge... Why didn't you say something sooner! So modest! The mark of a true hero, I say. As promised, your reward for besting the Drablands challenge of the Woodlands. Use it well!" — King Tuft (Tri Force Heroes)
  3. "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"? They're called... Friendly Tokens!! They're special treasures, ya know. Rare. Valuable. Ya can't find these things, even in the Drablands." — Street Merchant (Tri Force Heroes)
  4. "Bah! The Lady's Glasses! Witch materials gives me the creeps! You're on your own there." — Street Merchant (Tri Force Heroes)
  5. "Now that you have some of The Lady's materials, it's time I showed you this little piece of work. I call it... The Lady's Ensemble! If you wear this and visit the princess, you should be able to lift her curse! All without defeating The Lady." — Madame Couture (Tri Force Heroes)
  6. "Nate had made it out to the beach, where he found some crab and a campfire with a pot at sunset. Feeling very pleased with himself, he threw some crab in the pot with some spicy peppers, only to find out crab wasn’t used for food recipes—it was for elixirs! This happened to fit perfectly with my own personal description of crustaceans as being “the insects of the sea,” but as an east coaster who grew up on crab, Nate wasn’t having it. He contacted Fujibayashi-san that night and began passionately explaining to the development team how much people like to eat crab, begging him to add crab dishes to the menu." — Bill Trinen, Now You’re Cooking with Power, Tumblr, published May 3, 2017, retrieved May 3, 2017.