Link reaches to touch a Telepathy Tile
|Use(s)||Communicate with Sahasrahla or Zelda for help|
|Comparable Item(s)||Telephone Booth, Stone Slab, Owl Statue, Pirate's Charm|
Telepathy Tiles are the means by which Sahasrahla, and occasionally Princess Zelda, keep in touch with Link throughout his quest in A Link to the Past. When Link approaches one of these tiles, he is able to communicate telepathically with his distant allies, at which point they will express a hint about the current dungeon to him. Neither Sahasrahla nor Zelda seem to require a Telepathy Tile of their own to communicate with Link; their innate magical power seems to make it possible without the need for such objects. Zelda is even able to contact Link through telepathy after being captured and sealed in a Crystal, while both her and Sahasrahla are sometimes able to communicate with Link without the need for him touching a tile at all, although this is presumably more difficult for them.
- A Telepathy Tile can be found in Chris Houlihan's Top Secret Room that allows Link to hear a message from the contest winner.
- "Link, it is I, Sahasrahla. I can talk to you telepathically when you touch these tiles. I have advice for you...The treasure hidden in this palace will help you defeat armored foes." — Sahasrahla (A Link to the Past)
- "Link, can you hear me? It's me, Zelda. I'm locked in Turtle Rock on top of Death Mountain. I know you're doing your best, but please hurry..." — Princess Zelda (A Link to the Past)
- "My name is Chris Houlihan. This is my top secret room. Keep it between us, OK?" — Chris Houlihan (A Link to the Past)