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Seed Satchel

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Seed Satchel
SS Small Seed Satchel Icon.png
The Small Seed Satchel from Skyward Sword
Game(s)
Use(s) Storing Slingshot Pellets
Comparable Item(s) Deku Seed Bullet Bag

The Seed Satchel is a recurring item in The Legend of Zelda series.

Location and Uses

Oracle Series

OoX Seed Satchel Sprite.png

In the Oracle series, it carries the Mystical Seeds found throughout Holodrum and Labrynna. In Oracle of Seasons, it is the dungeon item of Gnarled Root Dungeon. In Oracle of Ages, the Maku Tree gives it to Link in the present after he rescues her in the past. In both cases, the bag is filled with Ember Seeds upon obtaining it. The four other kinds of Seeds (Mystery, Scent, Pegasus, and Gale) can be found later in both games.

The Seed Satchel starts out able to hold 20 Seeds of each type. In both games it can be upgraded twice, once by doing something within the game itself and once via a Secret. The two upgrades can be performed in either order; upgrading the Satchel once allows it to hold 50 Seeds of each type, and upgrading it a second time allows it to hold 99 of each. In Oracle of Seasons, the Satchel can be upgraded by purchasing an upgrade in the Horon Village Shop's basement (a Member's Card is needed to enter). In Oracle of Ages, the Satchel can be upgraded by talking to Tingle again some time after he gives Link the Island Chart. If Link has not chosen Ricky as his animal companion, he will need the Seed Shooter to access Tingle a second time.

The two secrets that upgrade the Seed Satchel are the Tingle Secret in a linked Oracle of Seasons and the Deku Secret in a linked Oracle of Ages. In either case, once the password has been used in the non-linked game a return password can be used in the linked game, thus upgrading the Seed Satchel in both games.

Skyward Sword

In Skyward Sword, the Small Seed Satchel is obtained from Bucha along with the Slingshot and can hold 10 Deku Seeds. Two additional Small Seed Satchels can be bought, but they take up slots in the inventory. The second can be bought from Rupin at the Skyloft Bazaar for 100 Rupees while the third can be obtained from activating a Goddess Cube on Eldin Volcano and the chest can be found west of Fun Fun Island. These can be upgraded by Gondo at the Bazaar.

Upgrades

Upgrade Capacity Cost
SS Medium Seed Satchel Icon.png
Medium Seed Satchel
20 Deku Seeds SS Amber Relic Icon.png 5 Amber Relics
SS Monster Claw Icon.png 3 Monster Claws
SS Ornamental Skull Icon.png 3 Ornamental Skulls
SS Green Rupee Icon.png 50 Rupees
SS Large Seed Satchel Icon.png

Large Seed Satchel
30 Deku Seeds SS Amber Relic Icon.png 5 Amber Relics
SS Monster Claw Icon.png 3 Monster Claws
SS Blue Bird Feather Icon.png 1 Blue Bird Feather
SS Golden Skull Icon.png 1 Golden Skull
SS Green Rupee Icon.png 100 Rupees

Nomenclature

TMC Forest Minish Artwork.png Names in Other Regions TMC Jabber Nut Sprite.gif
Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese 木の実ぶくろ (Kinomi Bukuro) (OoX) Nut Bag
Canada FrenchCA Sac de graines (SS) Seeds Sack
French Republic FrenchEU Poche à Graines Seeds Pocket
Federal Republic of Germany German Saatbeutel (OoX)
Deku-Tasche (SS)
Seed Pouch
Deku Bag
Italian Republic Italian Sacchetto dei Semi Bag of Seeds
Kingdom of Spain SpanishEU Saco de Semillas Seeds Sack
Community of Latin American and Caribbean States SpanishLA Saco de semillas (OoX)
Bolsa de semillas (SS)
Seeds sack
Seeds bag

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