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Green Rupee
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Game(s)
Other media
Value(s)
1 Rupee (ALttP | OoT | MM | OoS | OoA | FS | TWW | FSA | TMC | TP | PH | ST | SS | ALBW | TFH)
5 Rupees (LADX)
Comparable(s)

Green Rupees are recurring items in The Legend of Zelda series.[1][2][3] Green Rupees go unnamed in Link's Awakening for Nintendo Switch, Twilight Princess HD,[note 1] Ancient Stone Tablets, Freshly-Picked Tingle's Rosy Rupeeland, StreetPass Mii Plaza, Hyrule Warriors, and Mario Kart 8.

Location and Uses

A Link to the Past

Green Rupees have a value of 1 Rupee in A Link to the Past.

Link's Awakening DX

Green Rupees have a value of 5 Rupees in Link's Awakening DX.

Ocarina of Time

Green Rupees have a value of 1 Rupee in Ocarina of Time.

Treasure Chest Game

Majora's Mask

Green Rupees have a value of 1 Rupee in Majora's Mask.

By cutting Moving Grass, Link can obtain single Green Rupees.

Green Rupee Locations
Location Method Repeatable?
Portal Cutting Moving Grass
 · Single Green Rupees can be obtained from nine patches of Moving Grass
Yes
North Clock Town Cutting Moving Grass
 · Single Green Rupees can be obtained from nine patches of Moving Grass
Yes
East Clock Town Breaking the Crates in the plaza
 · Two Green Rupees can be obtained
Yes
Termina Field Hitting Takkuri
 · One to three Green Rupees are dropped when Takkuri is hit without dying
Yes
Milk Road Cutting Moving Grass
 · Single Green Rupees can be obtained from nine patches of Moving Grass
Yes
East Clock Town Striking the Targets and Basket above Honey & Darling's Shop
 · Three Green Rupees can be obtained from each
 · Zora Link's Boomerang attack does not count as striking
 · Goron Link can also obtain Green Rupees by curling on top of or rolling into them at any speed
Yes
Mountain Village Cutting Moving Grass
 · In Spring, single Green Rupees can be obtained from nine patches of Moving Grass
Yes
North Clock Town Checking the Mailbox while wearing the Postman's Hat Yes
East Clock Town Checking a Mailbox while wearing the Postman's Hat Yes
South Clock Town Checking the Mailbox while wearing the Postman's Hat Yes
Great Bay Temple Lying atop a shelf in 1F
 · Two Green Rupees can be found
Yes
Beneath the Graveyard Lying on the ground near the entrance
 · Six Green Rupees can be found here only during the Night of the Second Day
Yes

Oracle of Seasons

Green Rupees have a value of 1 Rupee in Oracle of Seasons.

Oracle of Ages

Green Rupees have a value of 1 Rupee in Oracle of Ages.

Four Swords

Green Rupees have a value of 1 Rupee in Four Swords.

The Wind Waker

Green Rupees have a value of 1 Rupee in The Wind Waker. Green Rupees can be found lying along the ground, or obtained by cutting Grass, breaking Rocks or Vases, defeating enemies, and opening Treasure Chests. In The Wind Waker, Treasure Chart #18 will lead Link to a single Green Rupee. This was changed to a Purple Rupee in The Wind Waker HD.

Four Swords Adventures

Green Rupees have a value of 1 Rupee in the Navi Trackers mode of Four Swords Adventures. In the Pot Shooter minigame, the Links must throw Jars at Green Rupees in order to claim them.

Twilight Princess

Green Rupees have a value of 1 Rupee in Twilight Princess.

Falbi's Flight

Phantom Hourglass

Green Rupees have a value of 1 Rupee in Phantom Hourglass. Green Rupees can be obtained by cutting Grass, breaking Rocks and Jars, and defeating enemies.

Green Rupee Locations
Location Method Repeatable?
Mercay Island Clearing Lapelli's garden of Rocks[4][5]
Bannan Island Scoring 1999 Points or less on the Cannon Game Yes
Southwestern Sea Salvaging with Treasure Map #1
 · Nine Green Rupees encased in air bubbles
No
Southwestern Sea Salvaging with Treasure Map #2
 · 12 Green Rupees encased in air bubbles
No
Northwestern Sea Salvaging with Treasure Map #3
 · 12 Green Rupees encased in air bubbles
No
Northwestern Sea Salvaging with Treasure Map #4
 · Nine Green Rupees encased in air bubbles
No
Southwestern Sea Salvaging with Treasure Map #5
 · Five Green Rupees encased in air bubbles
No
Northwestern Sea Salvaging with Treasure Map #6
 · 12 Green Rupees encased in air bubbles
No
Northwestern Sea Salvaging with Treasure Map #7
 · Five Green Rupees encased in air bubbles
No
Southwestern Sea Salvaging with Treasure Map #8
 · 21 Green Rupees encased in air bubbles
No
Southwestern Sea Salvaging with Treasure Map #9
 · Five Green Rupees encased in air bubbles
No
Northwestern Sea Salvaging with Treasure Map #10
 · Five Green Rupees encased in air bubbles
No
Northwestern Sea Salvaging with Treasure Map #11
 · 21 Green Rupees encased in air bubbles
No
Southeastern Sea Salvaging with Treasure Map #12
 · Five Green Rupees encased in air bubbles
No
Southeastern Sea Salvaging with Treasure Map #13
 · Nine Green Rupees encased in air bubbles
No
Southeastern Sea Salvaging with Treasure Map #14
 · Eight Green Rupees encased in air bubbles
No
Southeastern Sea Salvaging with Treasure Map #15
 · Five Green Rupees encased in air bubbles
No
Southwestern Sea Salvaging with Treasure Map #16
 · Nine Green Rupees encased in air bubbles
No
Northwestern Sea Salvaging with Treasure Map #17
 · Nine Green Rupees encased in air bubbles
No
Southeastern Sea Salvaging with Treasure Map #18
 · Five Green Rupees encased in air bubbles
No
Southeastern Sea Salvaging with Treasure Map #19
 · Five Green Rupees encased in air bubbles
No
Northwestern Sea Salvaging with Treasure Map #20
 · 21 Green Rupees encased in air bubbles
No
Southwestern Sea Salvaging with Treasure Map #21
 · Five Green Rupees encased in air bubbles
No
Southeastern Sea Salvaging with Treasure Map #22
 · 21 Green Rupees encased in air bubbles
No
Southeastern Sea Salvaging with Treasure Map #23
 · Nine Green Rupees encased in air bubbles
No
Northeastern Sea Salvaging with Treasure Map #24
 · Five Green Rupees encased in air bubbles
No
Northeastern Sea Salvaging with Treasure Map #25
 · Nine Green Rupees encased in air bubbles
No
Northeastern Sea Salvaging with Treasure Map #26
 · Five Green Rupees encased in air bubbles
No
Northeastern Sea Salvaging with Treasure Map #27
 · 21 Green Rupees encased in air bubbles
No
Northeastern Sea Salvaging with Treasure Map #28
 · Five Green Rupees encased in air bubbles
No
Northeastern Sea Salvaging with Treasure Map #29
 · 12 Green Rupees encased in air bubbles
No
Northeastern Sea Salvaging with Treasure Map #30
 · Five Green Rupees encased in air bubbles
No
Northeastern Sea Salvaging with Treasure Map #31
 · Nine Green Rupees encased in air bubbles
No

Spirit Tracks

Green Rupees have a value of 1 Rupee in Spirit Tracks. Green Rupees can be obtained by cutting Grass, breaking Rocks and Jars, blowing leaves with the Whirlwind defeating enemies, opening Treasure Chests, and destroying Barrels. In the Ocean Realm, Squiddies can be struck with the Cannon for Green Rupees.

Green Rupee Locations
Location Method Repeatable?
Sand Temple Opening Treasure Chest on 1F No

Skyward Sword

Green Rupees have a value of 1 Rupee in Skyward Sword. Green Rupees can be found lying along the ground and submerged underwater, or obtained by cutting Grass, digging with the Digging Mitts and the Mogma Mitts, striking Rupee Ore, uncovering them from sand with the Gust Bellows, drawing a hexagonal shape on a Goddess Wall,[6] and defeating enemies. Green Rupees can also be obtained in Thrill Digger. A single Green Rupee will fall out of the Bell atop the Knight Academy if Link hits it or blows on it with the Gust Bellows. Gossip Stones will drop a single Green Rupee when their eyes are pierced with Arrows.

A Link Between Worlds

Green Rupees have a value of 1 Rupee in A Link Between Worlds. Green Rupees can be found lying along the ground and submerged underwater, or obtained by cutting Grass, breaking Rocks or Jars, defeating enemies, striking Rupee Rocks, destroying Rupee Boulders, and opening Treasure Chests. Green Rupees can also be obtained in Fortune's Choice, Rupee Rush, and by hitting certain targets in Octoball Derby. Green Sword Soldiers are prone to dropping Green Rupees upon defeat.

Portraits of Green Rupees can be found along various walls and can be obtained by touching them while Wall Merging. Green Rupee Likes may disguise themselves as Green Rupees sitting on the ground. A single Green Rupee is embedded in Ravio's belt.

Tri Force Heroes

Green Rupees have a value of 1 Rupee in Tri Force Heroes. Green Rupees can be found lying along the ground in some Stages or obtained by cutting Grass, destroying Snowballs, breaking Rocks or Jars, dropping Lucky Lobby Balls, defeating enemies, striking Squiddies, and defeating bosses. A Green Rupee appears on the Rupee Regalia.

Breath of the Wild

Green Rupees have a value of 1 Rupee in Breath of the Wild. Green Rupees can be obtained by picking up Rocks, breaking Jars and Barrels, breaking metal and Wooden Boxes, striking Blupees, defeating Yiga Footsoldiers and Treasure Octoroks, and scanning amiibo with the amiibo Rune. Green Rupees can also be obtained during the Gut Check Challenge and the Super Gut Check Challenge.

Other Appearances

Ancient Stone Tablets

Green Rupees have a value of 1 Rupee in Ancient Stone Tablets.

Freshly-Picked Tingle's Rosy Rupeeland

Green Rupees have a value of 1 Rupee in Freshly-Picked Tingle's Rosy Rupeeland.

Super Smash Bros. Brawl

A Green Rupee appears as a Sticker in Super Smash Bros. Brawl.

Sticker Information

Sticker Artwork from Effect in The Subspace Emissary Usable by
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Twilight Princess [Body, Spin] - Attack +5 All

StreetPass Mii Plaza

Main article: Rupee Hat

A Green Rupee appears as part of the Rupee Hat in StreetPass Mii Plaza.

Hyrule Warriors

Green Rupees appear when enemies are defeated or Jars are broken in Hyrule Warriors.

Mario Kart 8

Green Rupees replace Coins in the Hyrule Circuit course. When obtained, the Coin sound effect is replaced by a Rupee sound effect.

Nomenclature

TMC Forest Minish Artwork.png Names in Other Regions TMC Jabber Nut Sprite.png
Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese 緑のルピー (Midori no Rupī) (OoT)
緑ルピー (Midori Rupī) (TWW | BotW)
みどりルピー (Midori Rupī) (FSA)
Same as English.

Gallery

See Also

Notes

  1. . . .

References

  1. Encyclopedia (Dark Horse Books), pg. 95(ALttP | LADX | OoT | MM | OoS | OoA | FS | TWW | FSA | TMC | TP | PH | ST | SS | ALBW | TFH)
  2. "Green Rupee
    A single rupee. Its soft green glow puts a smile on your face.
    " — N/A (Breath of the Wild)
  3. "Green Rupee (Zelda: Twilight Princess)" — Sticker Album (Super Smash Bros. Brawl)
  4. "Anyway, I've just had a bad bit of luck with my garden here. That quake just heaved a bunch of rocks into the middle of my patch! Would you mind moving them? Simply tap on a rock to pick it up. Then tap where you want to throw it." — Lapelli (Phantom Hourglass)
  5. "Thanks aplenty. You really helped me out there. It's not much, but here's something for your trouble. Please, I insist!" — Lapelli (Phantom Hourglass)
  6. "Apparently, if you draw a symbol of money on certain walls, you can make an easy fortune." — Gossip Stone (Skyward Sword)