Gold Rupee

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Gold Rupees, also known as Huge Rupees, Big Gold Rupees or Golden Rupees, are a unit of currency appearing in many titles in the The Legend of Zelda universe. They are usually the largest value Rupee in the games in which they appear.

Appearances and Value

See also: Ocarina of Time Huge Rupee Locations

Gold Rupees first appear in Ocarina of Time, where they are known as a Huge Rupee. They are worth 200 rupees each and there are Ten Set Locations where Link can collect a Huge Rupee. Huge Rupees retain the same name and value in Majora's Mask.

In Four Swords, Link can collect small golden Rupee Shards. They are worthless individually, but if Link collects four of them, he will gain a Gold Rupee, which is worth 500 rupees.

In Phantom Hourglass and Spirit Tracks, the largest valued rupees are known as "Big Gold Rupees", worth 300 rupees a piece.

Ever since Skyward Sword, the Gold Rupee has maintained a value of 300 rupees, as well as the simple name of Gold Rupee.

In A Link Between Worlds, Gold Rupees are hidden in Treasure Chests around the Overworld and in dungeons, and can also be obtained by completing the Treacherous Tower.

They further appear in Tri Force Heroes, Breath of the Wild and Link's Awakening (2019).