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Treasure Bag

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Treasure Bag
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TAoL Treasure Bag Artwork.png
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Game(s)
Use(s)
Gives experience points to Link

Treasure Bags are items in The Adventure of Link.[1]

Location and Uses

Treasure Bags give Link experience points,[1] which range from 50 to 500 points, with the 500 point bags being very rare. Occasionally, a bot will jump out of the treasure bag.[2] To obtain the item, Link just needs to hit it with his sword.[2]

Treasure Bags can also be found in specific locations on the World Map as well as in Palaces, but they're usually protected by powerful enemies or in tricky places. Once a Treasure Bag is obtained in the world map or in palaces, they will not appear again. They can also be dropped by enemies, but this happens only in a few occasions. The harder the enemy is determines how much experience the P-Bag will have: for example, a Bot will drop a Treasure Bag containing fewer experience points compared to a blue Iron Knuckle.

Locations

In total, Link can find 29 Treasure Bags scattered around the overworld and in palaces.

Points Location
50
In a patch of forest north of the North Castle
50
Parapa Palace, in the middle of a dissolving bridge
50
Midoro Palace, in the middle of a falling block room
100
Midoro Palace
200
Midoro Swamp
100
East of Water Town of Saria
100
Island Palace, found underneath the block floor, being guarded by a Doomknocker
100
Island Palace, found on the fourth block platform
100
Island Palace
200
Eastern Hyrule, found in the forest patch to the south of the dock
500
In a cave directly south of the town of Nabooru
500
Found in the hidden area accessible by following the mountain side near the above mentioned cave all the way to the east
100
Island Maze Palace, in the second hole in the ground being guarded by an armored blue Stalfos
200
Island Maze Palace, underneath the blocks before a key
100
Island Maze Palace, on a tall block platform being guarded by a blue armored Stalfos
200
Ocean Palace, on a dissolving bridge above lava
200
Ocean Palace, above an elevator
200
Ocean Palace, behind some blocks being guarded by a Guma
200
Ocean Palace, behind some blocks being guarded by a pair of skulls and a single red Iron Knuckle
50
Ocean Palace
500
In a cave above the swamp in the southern part of Hyrule on the east island
500
In a forest area south of the lake in the south part of Hyrule on the east island
100
Three-Eye Rock Palace, near two skulls
100
Three-Eye Rock Palace
200
Three-Eye Rock Palace, to the right in the area below the fake floor
200
Three-Eye Rock Palace, first area of the looping jump
200
Three-Eye Rock Palace
200
Three-Eye Rock Palace
500
Death Mountain

Nomenclature

TMC Forest Minish Artwork.png Names in Other Regions TMC Jabber Nut Sprite.png
Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese 宝袋 (Takara Fukuro)Triforce piece.png Treasure Bag
French-speaking countries French Sac aux Trésors
Federal Republic of Germany German EP-Beutel
Community of Latin American and Caribbean States SpanishLA Bolso del tesoro Triforce piece.png

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Encyclopedia (Dark Horse Books) pg. 141
  2. 2.0 2.1 "Watch out! Enemies sometimes pop out of them too!" (The Adventure of Link manual, pg. 45)