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A blue Kinstone, fused and in two pieces.




Kinstones are mysterious stones found in The Minish Cap used to unlock treasure. Kinstones must be stored in a Kinstone Bag and come in four colors: red, green, blue and gold. When found, kinstones appear broken and have an distinct broken edge in them. In order to fuse the halves into whole Kinstones, Link must talk with someone who is holding a counterpart of each kinstone piece. If fused with a matching half, the Kinstone will "grant good fortune", opening up a secret somewhere in Hyrule.


Green Kinstone

Half of a green Kinstone

These can be found by slashing bushes, defeating enemies, or opening some treasure chests throughout Hyrule. There are three types of green kinstones.

Blue Kinstone

Half of a blue Kinstone

Blue Kinstones are a bit more hard to come by than Green Kinstones. They are most often found in treasure chests throughout Hyrule. There are two types of Blue Kinstones.

Red Kinstone

Half of a red Kinstone

Simliar to Blue Kinstones, the red ones even more difficult to come by. Red Kinstones are mainly found in treasure chests. There are three types of Red Kinstones.

Gold Kinstone

Main article: Gold Kinstone Piece
A Golden Kinstone used to unlock secret passages.

These are found in several areas in Hyrule. These Kinstones are vital to Link's quest, allowing him access to the Wind Ruins. Gold Kinstones are also needed in the Cloud Tops to reach the Palace of Winds. There is one more that is found in the Graveyard allowing access to the main part of Veil Falls. Gold Kinstones come in a variety of types.


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