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Outfit
TFH Costumes Art.png
Game(s)
Use(s) Various
Comparable Item(s) Clothes

Outfits are special articles of Clothing which empower the Links with special abilities in Tri Force Heroes.

Locations and Uses

Outfits grant each Link a special ability based on the theme of the attire. Certain Outfits may bolster a Link's defensive capabilities, while others may increase the power or range of certain weapons. Outfits are obtained by making custom orders at Madame Couture's, and providing Madame Couture with Materials and Rupees collected from Levels. When using Download Play, a limited selection of Outfits can be ordered from Madame Couture's Apprentice inside Hytopia Castle's multiplayer lobby.

When two or more Links have gathered and each has been assigned a color—green, blue, or red—some elements of their Outfits may change colors accordingly. For example, the Hero's Tunic, Kokiri Clothes and Tingle Tights are changed completely to match a Link's assigned color. Some Outfits like the Cacto Clothes and Goron Garb have small portions that change color. Others like the Legendary Dress and Linebeck's Uniform do not change color at all, making the Links' hair colors their only distinguishing feature. Certain Outfits also change the appearance of the Sword that each Link uses.[1]

Miiverse stamps for each obtained Outfit are available for use in the Miiverse Gallery.[2]






































List of Outfits

Outfit Effect Available Cost
TFH Bear Minimum Icon.png
Bear Minimum
Forces Link to take double damage and also reduces one Heart Container from the Links' total capacity.
After acquiring 30 Hero Points it grants two extra Heart Containers, a sparkling visual effect and a high chance to dodge attacks, but Link still takes double damage.
Link's default Outfit.
TFH Big Bomb Outfit Icon.png
Big Bomb Outfit
Transforms all Bombs used into Big Bombs. Start of game. 1x TFH Armos Spirit.png Armos Spirit
TFH Tektite Shell.png Tektite Shell
Cost 100 Rupees
TFH Boomeranger Icon.png
Boomeranger
Allows larger Boomerangs to pass through and damage foes. Can also carry over two Links at once. After completing Forest Temple. TFH Goron Ore.png Goron Ore
TFH Demon Fossil.png Demon Fossil
TFH Rugged Horn.png Rugged Horn
Cost 800 Rupees
TFH Cacto Clothes Icon.png
Cacto Clothes
Damages foes that come in contact with it. After completing Forest Temple. TFH Supple Leaf.png Supple Leaf
TFH Thornberry.png Thornberry
Cost 1000 Rupees
TFH Cheer Outfit Icon.png
Cheer Outfit
Increases Link's allies' Energy Gauges by 50%.
In single-player, increases all Links' Energy Gauges by 50%.
After the Street Merchant arrives.
(Complete three Levels or Challenges)
TFH Frilly Fabric.png Frilly Fabric
Cost 100 Rupees
TFH Cheetah Costume Icon.png
Cheetah Costume
Allows Link to run at a faster pace. After completing Water Temple, Fire Temple and Ice Temple. TFH Divine Whiskers.png Divine Whiskers
TFH Beastie Patch.png Beastie Patch
TFH Brittle Papyrus.png Brittle Papyrus
Cost 1500 Rupees
TFH Cozy Parka Icon.png
Cozy Parka
Gives Link better traction on ice and prevents him from becoming frozen. Also allows Link to attack ice-based enemies without freezing. After completing Forest Temple. TFH Fluffy Fuzz.png Fluffy Fuzz
TFH Serpent Fangs.png Serpent Fangs
Cost 800 Rupees
TFH Cursed Tights Icon.png
Cursed Tights
Triforce piece.png
Allows Link to dodge 50% of attacks, but attacks that do hit deal twice as much damage. Gift from King Tuft after clearing the game.
TFH Dapper Spinner Icon.png
Dapper Spinner
Allows Link to execute quick Spin Attacks by pressing the B Button three times in a row. After losing in Daily Riches five times. 10× TFH Freebie.png Freebie
Cost 300 Rupees
TFH Dunewalker Duds Icon.png
Dunewalker Duds
Allows Link to safely walk on quicksand. After completing The Lady's Lair. TFH Palm Cone.png Palm Cone
TFH Ancient Fin.png Ancient Fin
TFH Stal Skull.png Stal Skull
Cost 1200 Rupees
TFH Energy Gear Icon.png
Energy Gear
Increases Link's Energy Gauge by 50%.
In single-player, increases all Links' Energy Gauges by 50%.
After completing Forest Temple. TFH Monster Guts.png Monster Guts
TFH Demon Fossil.png Demon Fossil
TFH Kodongo Tail.png Kodongo Tail
TFH Keese Wing.png Keese Wing
Cost 800 Rupees
TFH Fierce Deity Armor Icon.png
Fierce Deity Armor
Added through the December 2, 2015 update.
Doubles the damage of the Sword and allows Link to shoot four Sword Beams around him. These Beams are also fired when performing a Spin Attack, even when health is not full.
Additionally Link remains steadfast at all times and won't get knocked back from enemies.
Obtained after clearing the Den of Trials for the first time.
TFH Fire Blazer Icon.png
Fire Blazer
Allows Link to shoot three fireballs at once with the Fire Gloves. After completing The Lady's Lair. TFH Mystery Extract.png Mystery Extract
TFH Twisted Twig.png Twisted Twig
TFH Lava Drop.png Lava Drop
Cost 1500 Rupees
TFH Goron Garb Icon.png
Goron Garb
Allows Link to swim through lava and pass through fire unharmed. Also allows Link to attack fire-based enemies without being harmed. After completing Forest Temple. TFH Goron Ore.png Goron Ore
TFH Monster Guts.png Monster Guts
Cost 600 Rupees
TFH Gust Garb Icon.png
Gust Garb
Increases the Gust Jar's firing speed and reach. After completing The Lady's Lair. TFH Vintage Linen.png Vintage Linen
TFH Gibdo Bandage.png Gibdo Bandage
TFH Sandy Ribbon.png Sandy Ribbon
Cost 1500 Rupees
TFH Hammerwear Icon.png
Hammerwear
Makes the Magic Hammer twice as powerful. It can be swung more quickly, and creates a shock wave. After completing Forest Temple. TFH Tiny Snowflake.png Tiny Snowflake
TFH Crimson Shell.png Crimson Shell
TFH Freezard Water.png Freezard Water
TFH Chill Stone.png Chill Stone
Cost 1000 Rupees
TFH Hero's Tunic Icon.png
Hero's Tunic
None. Start of game. TFH Hytopian Silk.png Hytopian Silk
Cost 0 Rupees
TFH Jack of Hearts Icon.png
Jack of Hearts
Gives the Links an extra Heart Container. After completing Forest Temple. TFH Hytopian Silk.png Hytopian Silk
TFH Octorok Sucker.png Octorok Sucker
TFH Fairy Dust.png Fairy Dust
Cost 600 Rupees
TFH Kokiri Clothes Icon.png
Kokiri Clothes
Allows Link to shoot three Arrows at once with the Bow. Start of game. TFH Blob Jelly.png Blob Jelly
TFH Armos Spirit.png Armos Spirit
Cost 100 Rupees
TFH Lady's Ensemble Icon.png
Lady's Ensemble
Causes Hearts to appear more frequently and adds one Heart Container to the Links' total capacity. After completing Forest Temple. TFH Lady's Glasses.png Lady's Glasses
TFH Lady's Collar.png Lady's Collar
TFH Lady's Parasol.png Lady's Parasol
Cost 0 Rupees
TFH Legendary Dress Icon.png
Legendary Dress
Causes Hearts to appear more frequently. Start of game. TFH Tektite Shell.png Tektite Shell
TFH Sweet Shroom.png Sweet Shroom
Cost 200 Rupees
TFH Light Armor Icon.png
Light Armor
Illuminates the area around Link.
In Coliseum matches, it burns the other Links when touched.
After completing The Lady's Lair. TFH Carrumpkin.png Carrumpkin
TFH Spider Silk Lace.png Spider Silk Lace
TFH Poe Soul.png Poe Soul
Cost 1200 Rupees
TFH Linebeck's Uniform Icon.png
Linebeck's Uniform
Added through the December 2, 2015 update.
Allows Link to see the contents of Treasure Chests, including Material chests, before opening them. Does not work on the Daily Riches Treasure Chests. In multiplayer, if one Link wears the Outfit, then all Links will be able to see the contents of chests. Does not work after switching Doppels.
In timed Drablands Challenges, this Outfit also gives 10 extra seconds for each Link wearing it at the start of the Level, and grants 50% more time for each Hourglass picked up (but only if the Link who picks up the Hourglass is wearing the Outfit).
After unlocking Den of Trials.
(Complete nine Levels or Challenges)
TFH Mystery Jade Icon.png Mystery Jade
TFH Aqua Crown.png Aqua Crown
TFH Antique Coin Icon.png Antique Coin
TFH Stal Skull.png Stal Skull
TFH Carmine Pearl.png Carmine Pearl
Cost 3000 Rupees
TFH Lucky Loungewear Icon.png
Lucky Loungewear
Allows Link to dodge 25% of attacks. Start of game. TFH Sweet Shroom.png Sweet Shroom
TFH Blin Bling.png Blin Bling
TFH Gohma's Eye.png Gohma's Eye
Cost 200 Rupees
TFH Ninja Gi Icon.png
Ninja Gi
Allows Link to Dash Attack instantly and do triple damage while dashing. After completing The Lady's Lair. TFH Rainbow Coral.png Rainbow Coral
TFH Ancient Fin.png Ancient Fin
TFH Vintage Linen.png Vintage Linen
TFH Gibdo Bandage.png Gibdo Bandage
TFH Stal Skull.png Stal Skull
Cost 1500 Rupees
TFH Queen of Hearts Icon.png
Queen of Hearts
Gives the Links three extra Heart Containers. After completing Water Temple, Fire Temple and Ice Temple. TFH Mystery Jade Icon.png Mystery Jade
TFH Fairy Dust.png Fairy Dust
TFH Star Fragment Icon.png Star Fragment
TFH Exquisite Lace.png Exquisite Lace
Cost 1200 Rupees
TFH Robowear Icon.png
Robowear
Increases speed, damage, and pulling power of the Gripshot. After completing Desert Temple and Grim Temple. TFH Cucco Feathers.png Cucco Feathers
TFH Carmine Pearl.png Carmine Pearl
TFH Sky Dragon Tail.png Sky Dragon Tail
1x TFH Pretty Plume.png Pretty Plume
Cost 1500 Rupees
TFH Rupee Regalia Icon.png
Rupee Regalia
Causes Rupees to appear more frequently and in pairs when dropped after defeating enemies, cutting grass or breaking Jars. This does not apply to all enemies. After completing Water Temple, Fire Temple and Ice Temple. TFH Royal Ring.png Royal Ring
TFH Antique Coin Icon.png Antique Coin
TFH Fancy Fabric.png Fancy Fabric
Cost 1200 Rupees
TFH Serpent's Toga Icon.png
Serpent's Toga
Turns Link into a statue while standing still, causing enemy attacks to do no damage. After completing The Lady's Lair. TFH Ice Rose.png Ice Rose
TFH Carrumpkin.png Carrumpkin
TFH Mystery Extract.png Mystery Extract
TFH Poe Soul.png Poe Soul
TFH Twisted Twig.png Twisted Twig
Cost 1500 Rupees
TFH Showstopper Icon.png
Showstopper
Draws the enemy's attention.
Does not work in single-player.
After completing Desert Temple and Grim Temple. TFH Vibrant Brooch.png Vibrant Brooch
TFH Pretty Plume.png Pretty Plume
TFH Mock Fairy.png Mock Fairy
1x TFH Aurora Stone.png Aurora Stone
Cost 2000 Rupees
TFH Spin Attack Attire Icon.png
Spin Attack Attire
Allows Link to execute a Big Spin Attack.
Spin Attacks with this Outfit are unaffected by electric, fire, and ice-based enemies.
After completing Desert Temple and Grim Temple. TFH Crystal Skull.png Crystal Skull
TFH Sanctuary Mask.png Sanctuary Mask
TFH Steel Mask.png Steel Mask
Cost 2000 Rupees
TFH Sword Suit Icon.png
Sword Suit
Allows Link to shoot Sword Beams from his Sword at full health, and doubles the damage of his Sword's attacks. After completing Water Temple, Fire Temple and Ice Temple. TFH Stiff Puff.png Stiff Puff
TFH Silver Thread.png Silver Thread
TFH Royal Ring.png Royal Ring
Cost 1000 Rupees
TFH Sword Master Suit Icon.png
Sword Master Suit
Allows Link to shoot Sword Beams from his Sword at full health, deal double damage, and have twice as much range with his Sword. After completing Desert Temple and Grim Temple. TFH Golden Insect.png Golden Insect
TFH Gold Dust.png Gold Dust
TFH Fabled Butterfly.png Fabled Butterfly
Cost 2000 Rupees
TFH Timeless Tunic Icon.png
Timeless Tunic
Changes the music to resemble chiptune tracks.
During multiplayer, only the Link wearing the Outfit will hear the changed tracks.
Start of game. TFH Friendly Token.png Friendly Token
Cost 100 Rupees
TFH Tingle Tights Icon.png
Tingle Tights
Provides Link with three balloons. One balloon pops each time Link falls down a pit, allowing him to preserve his Health. After completing Forest Temple. TFH Fluffy Fuzz.png Fluffy Fuzz
TFH Tiny Snowflake.png Tiny Snowflake
TFH Freezard Water.png Freezard Water
Cost 1000 Rupees
TFH Torrent Robe Icon.png
Torrent Robe
Doubles the size of the Water Rod's pillar. After completing Forest Temple. TFH Fresh Kelp.png Fresh Kelp
TFH Hytopian Silk.png Hytopian Silk
TFH Aqua Crown.png Aqua Crown
Cost 600 Rupees
TFH Tri Suit Icon.png
Tri Suit
When all three Links wear this outfit, they will have 50% more Energy, dodge 25% of attacks, and find Hearts and Rupees more frequently. Start of game. TFH Friendly Token.png Friendly Token
Cost 300 Rupees
TFH Zora Costume Icon.png
Zora Costume
Allows Link to swim faster in water and swim against strong currents, as well as damage enemies while swimming past them. After completing Forest Temple. TFH Fresh Kelp.png Fresh Kelp
TFH Zora Scale Icon.png Zora Scale
Cost 400 Rupees

Trivia

  • Crafting certain Outfits will prompt a different sound effect while Madame Couture is tailoring them, as opposed to her usual cheer. Crafting the Big Bomb Outfit produces an explosion, followed by Couture's coughing. The Tingle Tights produce the sound of balloons being blown up, then popping, and Madame exclaiming Tingle's signature "Kooloo-Limpah". The Lady's Ensemble produces the sound effect of Couture gasping.
  • According to the game's official Japanese site, some Outfits are said to contain the souls of individuals skilled in whatever ability they grant. For example, the Spin Attack Attire contains the soul of a samurai who trained diligently to master the Spin Attack,[3] and the Sword Suit contains the soul of a swordfighter.[4] Both the Kokiri Clothes and the Zora Costume contain the souls of members of their tribes, the Kokiri and Zora, respectively.[5][6]
  • Due to technical limitations of Download Play, 8-bit music had to be created especially for that mode.[7] Thus, the Timeless Tunic was created, so the 8-bit music could be heard at any time.[8]
  • Several more Outfits were planned during the game's development. These include the Stinky Costume which would keep enemies at bay, the Kansai Outfit which would put the situation reports into the Kansai dialect of Japanese,[9] the Emperor's New Clothes which would make Link look naked to others, the Handsome Outfit that made Link look good in photos,[10] and a Great Fairy Outfit.[11]
  • Some Outfits appear to be based on characters from other Nintendo games and other non-Nintendo media:
    • Hammerwear is based on the Hammer Bros. from the Mario series.[12] Its name in the French translations, Carapace Marto ("Marto Shell"), furthers this reference. Marto is a misspelling of marteau ("hammer") made to resemble the name Mario.[note 1]
    • The Tri Suit appears to be loosely based on the uniforms from the Super Sentai series (otherwise known as Power Rangers in the West).
    • The Queen of Hearts and Jack of Hearts Outfits are likely a reference to the Queen of Hearts and the Card Soldiers from the book Alice's Adventures in Wonderland.
    • The Cozy Parka appears to be based on Popo from Ice Climber, whose garb is strikingly similar.
    • The Dapper Spinner may be a reference to the outfits worn by The Three Musketeers.
    • Concept art for the Cursed Tights resembled the Blue Pikmin from the Pikmin series.

Gallery

Notes

  1. As evidenced by the word "Marto" being capitalized, whereas improper nouns ("marteau") remain lower-case in French.

References

  1. "I love that with my costume, like, it also changes my sword. I have, like, a different sword than you guys." — Eric Smith, Nintendo Treehouse Live @ E3 2015 Day 1 The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes, YouTube (Video), published June 17, 2015, retrieved August 18, 2015.
  2. "By the way, did you know? If you buy an outfit here, you can use it as a stamp in Miiverse. Try it!" — Stylish Woman (Tri Force Heroes)
  3. "回転斬りの極み日々、鍛錬を欠かさず回転斬りを極めた武士の魂が宿った一着。" — Nintendo, ゼルダの伝説 トライフォース3銃士 | ニンテンドー3DS | 任天堂, Zelda.co.jp, published September 16, 2015, retrieved September 24, 2015. (Translation: kaialone)
  4. "剣士の魂が宿った剣使いのための一着。剣の力が2倍に! 剣からビームも!" — Nintendo, ゼルダの伝説 トライフォース3銃士 | ニンテンドー3DS | 任天堂, Zelda.co.jp, published September 16, 2015, retrieved September 24, 2015. (Translation: kaialone)
  5. "森の民コキリ族の魂が宿った一着。一度に3本の矢を放つことができる。" — Nintendo, ゼルダの伝説 トライフォース3銃士 | ニンテンドー3DS | 任天堂, Zelda.co.jp, published September 16, 2015, retrieved September 24, 2015. (Translation: kaialone)
  6. "水の民ゾーラの魂が宿った一着。 水流の影響を受けず加速での泳ぎも強力に!" — Nintendo, ゼルダの伝説 トライフォース3銃士 | ニンテンドー3DS | 任天堂, Zelda.co.jp, published September 16, 2015, retrieved September 24, 2015. (Translation: kaialone)
  7. "This is related to the technical limitations of Download Play. Tri Force Heroes supports Download Play, which allows people to play the game even if they don’t own it by receiving data to Nintendo 3DS. There is a memory limit for Download Play, so music couldn't be transmitted normally. At first we removed the BGM, but as one would except it feels desolate without music. Therefore staff that was responsible of sound said: "If we created NES-like music, the data would become smaller."" —Hiromasa Shikata (Cheer Outfit’s idol origins, how the Timeless Tunic came to be)
  8. "As we had created NES-like music under these circumstances, you'd want to listen to it when you like to and not just when using Download Play, and thus Timeless Tunic was born." —Hiromasa Shikata (Cheer Outfit’s idol origins, how the Timeless Tunic came to be)
  9. "There weren't any outfits that we created but ended up cutting from the game, but we did abandon a few ideas in the planning phase. Let's see... We thought about creating a "Stinky Costume" which would keep enemies at bay, or a "Kansai Outfit" which would put the situation reports into the Kansai dialect of Japanese." —Hiromasa Shikata (Tri Force Heroes Miiting part 2)
  10. "We also considered "Emperor's New Clothes", which would make you look naked to other players, and a "Handsome Outfit" that made you look really cool in photos." —Mikiharu Oiwa (Tri Force Heroes Miiting part 2)
  11. Pedalpowerluigi, Tri Force Heroes: Unused Great Fairy Link Outfit, YouTube, published November 5, 2015, retrieved November 23, 2015.
  12. "Did you use a koopon to buy that? I mean, a coupon? ♥" — Stylish Woman (Tri Force Heroes)