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Vessel of Light

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Vessel of Light
TP Vessel of Light Model.png
Game(s)
Use(s) Collecting Tears of Light
Comparable Item(s) Spirit Vessel

The Vessel of Light is an item in Twilight Princess.[1] It is a container which is used to collect and hold Tears of Light.

Locations and Uses

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When the Provinces of Hyrule were pulled into Twilight, the Tears of Light were stolen from the Spirits of Light by the Shadow Insects. Thus, the Spirits of Lights of each Province ask Link to gather them all in the Vessel of Light to restore light to the area.

The Vessel of Light does not stay in Link's item inventory; instead, every time Link visits a new province, he must talk to its respective Light Spirit to obtain a new Vessel of Light and thus be able to collect the Tears of Light. Each Vessel can hold up to 16 Tears of Light, which is the same amount Link must find in each province. In Twilight Princess HD, Link must only collect 12 Tears of Light.

There are three provinces where Link must collect the Tears of Light. Within those provinces, Link must explore its various areas to find all of the Tears.

Province Areas to Explore
Faron Province Faron Woods
Eldin Province Kakariko Village
Death Mountain
Lanayru Province Lake Hylia
Upper Zora's River
Zora's Domain
Castle Town

Nomenclature

TMC Forest Minish Artwork.png Names in Other Regions TMC Jabber Nut Sprite.png
Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese 光の器 (Hikari no Utsuwa) Container of Light
French-speaking countries French Calice de lumière Chalice of Light
Federal Republic of Germany German Tiegel des Lichts Crucible of Light
Italian Republic Italian Goccioliere
Kingdom of Spain SpanishEU Racimo de luz

Gallery

  1. "Collecting the glowing Sacred Tears in the Silent Realm harks back to Twilight Princess, where the Tears of Light are assembled within the Vessel of Light in order to resurrect the spirits within." (Hyrule Historia (Dark Horse Books), pg. 58)