IN-credible Chart

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IN-credible Chart
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The IN-credible Chart in The Wind Waker for the GameCube

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201 Rupees

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The IN-credible Chart is one of the Special Charts found in The Wind Waker. After Link saves Aryll from the Forsaken Fortress, he receives a Letter in a Postbox from Tingle. Before Link is able to read the letter, he has to pay the postage of 201 Rupees.[1] When playing the Nintendo GameCube version of the game, this requires Link to get at least one of the wallet upgrades, as his initial wallet only holds 200 Rupees. The Nintendo Wii U version remedies this as he is allowed to hold up to 500 Rupees at the start of the quest.

The IN-credible Chart shows the locations of all Triforce Charts.[2][3] Once Link has paid Tingle to translate the Triforce Charts, he marks the location of their respective Triforce Shards on the map as well.[4] When Link has collected either a Triforce Chart or a Triforce Shard, the locations are crossed out.

References

  1. "Postage due is 201 Rupees. Will you pay? Yes No" — Postbox, The Wind Waker.
  2. "To the esteemed Mr. Fairy-Person, Thank you very much for your purchase. Enclosed is an IN-credible Chart. This chart will show you where you can find the Triforce Charts. I want you to use it to find lots of them_they are my favorite kind of charts! And also, sir, have you been checking your Tingle Chart? Have you seen those giant fairy marks? Follow the chart to them and your fortune will increase greatly! Tingle" — Tingle's Letter, The Wind Waker.
  3. "You got the IN-credible Chart! Now you know where all the Triforce Charts are hidden! That's positively IN-credible! Press [D-pad][v] and check your charts to view it." — In-Game Description, The Wind Waker.
  4. "Hmmm... Mr. Fairy! I have marked the location of the Triforce shard on your IN-credible Chart, too! When you open this chart by pressing [Y] on your Sea Chart, the place where the treasure is will shine forth! Then, just go to that place and rely on your chart to help you find the treasure!" — Tingle, The Wind Waker.