Giant Wallet

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This article is about the recurring wallet in Majora's Mask, Twilight Princess, and Skyward Sword. For the wallet in Ocarina of Time, see Giant's Wallet.
Giant Wallet
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The Giant Wallet from Twilight Princess

Games

Location

Majora's Mask
Oceanside Spider House


Twilight Princess
Agitha's Castle

Skyward Sword
Batreaux's House

Uses

Holds Link's Rupees

Related

The Giant Wallet is a recurring wallet in The Legend of Zelda series. It has been featured in three games, and is the best wallet in all of these games except Skyward Sword.

Appearances

Majora's Mask

The Giant Wallet is the best wallet found within Majora's Mask. It has a Rupee capacity of 500 Rupees,[1] the smallest of the three Giant Wallets found within the series. It can be acquired by defeating 30 Gold Skulltulas in the Oceanside Spider House in Great Bay. After this has been done, there is a man outside who gives Link the Giant Wallet.

Twilight Princess

The Giant Wallet is the final wallet collected in Twilight Princess. It has a Rupee capacity of 1000 Rupees,[2][3] the largest in the game. It can be acquired by collecting all 24 Golden Bugs that are found within the game, and then giving them all to Agitha. She rewards Link with the Giant Wallet.[4] According to multiple sources, the Giant Wallet is a symbol of a distinguished citizen in the insect kingdom.[2][5]

The Giant Wallet is very useful when using the Magic Armor, as the armor depletes Link's Rupees, instead of health, as he wears it.[6] With the Giant Wallet, fear of running out of Rupees is significantly decreased.

Skyward Sword

The Giant Wallet is the second largest wallet found in Skyward Sword, with the Tycoon Wallet ahead of it. The Giant Wallet can hold up to 5,000 Rupees.[7] If Link has bought the three Extra Wallets, the Giant Wallet will hold up to 5,900 Rupees. It can be acquired by giving Batreaux 50 Gratitude Crystals. Afterwards, he will proceed to reward Link with the Giant Wallet.

Gallery

References

  1. "You got a Giant Wallet! This thing is huge! It can hold up to 500 Rupees." — In-game Description, Majora's Mask.
  2. 2.1 2.2 "You got the giant wallet! It's a symbol of a distinguished citizen in the insect kingdom. It can hold up to 1,000 Rupees!" — In-Game Description, Twilight Princess.
  3. "Capabilities: [The Giant Wallet] can hold up to to 1000 Rupees..." — Card Description, Giant Wallet Twilight Princess Trading Card
  4. "Agitha will reward you with the Giant Wallet in Castle Town if you present her with all 24 Golden Bugs." — Card Description, Giant Wallet Twilight Princess Trading Card
  5. "...[the Giant Wallet] serves as a symbol of a distinguished citizen in the insect kingdom!" — Card Description, Giant Wallet Twilight Princess Trading Card
  6. "You got the magic armor! You bought it! You are smart! You bought it at Malo Mart! Wear it and your Rupees will become magical. The armor will protect you, so if you get hit, you lose Rupees, not health. If you run out of Rupees, the armor will go dormant and your movement will become impaired." — In-Game Description, Twilight Princess.
  7. "You got the Giant Wallet! The voluminous capacity of this wallet allows you to store a whopping 5,000 Rupees in it!" — In-game Description, Skyward Sword.