Oracle of Ages Items
This is a list of items found in Oracle of Ages.
- Main article: Wooden Sword
The Wooden Sword is the first sword in Oracle of Ages. It is given to Link early on by Impa after Nayru's disappearance. In a Linked Game, Link starts his adventure with the Wooden Sword already in his inventory.
- Main article: Noble Sword
- Main article: Master Sword
The Master Sword is the final upgrade of the Wooden Sword and can only be obtained in a Linked Game with Oracle of Seasons.
- Main article: Wooden Shield
The Wooden Shield can be purchased in Lynna Village for 30 rupees. The Wooden Shield is the most basic of the shields and can deflect only a few attacks. When in a Linked Game, Impa will instead give Link a Wooden Shield.
- Main article: Iron Shield
- Main article: Mirror Shield
- Main article: Power Bracelet
- Main article: Power Glove
- Main article: Roc's Feather
- Main article: Seed Shooter
- Main article: Seed Satchel
The Seed Satchel is given to Link by the Maku Tree. It can hold five different kinds of seeds, including: Mystery, Ember, Gale, Pegasus, and Scent. Initially, the Seed Satchel can only hold up to 20 of each type of seed, but Link can receive an upgrade that allows him to carry up to 50 of each seed, and in a Linked Game a second upgrade can allow him to carry 99 of each. Link can replenish these seeds by using his sword on a Mystical Tree, finding them in bushes and pots, or dropped by defeated enemies.
- Main article: Ember Seed
The Ember Seeds are stored within the Seed Satchel. Link can find an Ember Tree by going south of Lynna City in both the Present and Past. Ember Seeds are used to light torches and set enemies or objects on fire.
- Main article: Scent Seed
Scent Seeds first become available near the end of Link’s first visit to Crescent Island, where he will find the Scent Seedling to plant in the past and return to in the Present when the Scent Tree is fully grown. The second one is located at Ambi's Palace in the Past. Scent Seeds are used to attract enemies away from Link or toward him. If they are used from the Seed Shooter, they will damage enemies and knock them back.
- Main article: Pegasus Seed
The Pegasus Seeds can be found at the northwest part of Rolling Ridge. This Pegasus Tree will only appear in the Past. Pegasus Seeds are used to increase Link's speed. If used along with the Roc's Feather, it will increase the length of Link's jump. It will also temporarily stun enemies.
- Main article: Gale Seed
Link can first obtain Gale Seeds once he has made it to Symmetry Village. A second Gale Tree is located above Zora Village on a piece of land. Once acquired, they can also be found by cutting bushes and breaking pots. The Gale Seeds are used to transport Link to other Seed Trees, and make enemies disappear by warping them off-screen, though enemies removed this way will reappear next time the screen is visited.
- Main article: Mystery Seed
Mystery Seeds are first obtained in order to gain access to Wing Dungeon. The sole Mystery Tree in Labrynna is found in Deku Forest in the Past. They can be sprinkled on Owl Stones, yielding hints for the current dungeon or area. Mystery Seeds can also be used on enemies to achieve a variety of effects, all of which are borrowed from the other obtainable seeds in the game.
Harp of Ages
- Main article: Harp of Ages
The Harp of Ages is an essential item and is used as the primary game mechanic in Oracle of Ages. By using Time Portals, it allows Link to travel between the Past and the Present. Link receives the Harp from Nayru after she teaches him the Tune of Echoes.
- Main article: Bomb
Bombs are first given to Link by Queen Ambi after he obtains Mystery Seeds for her. Afterwards, bombs can be obtained by enemy drops, opening chests, or other methods. Two upgrades can be gained for Link’s bomb bag. The first is given to Link by a Fairy in Present Talus Peaks, after he throws a Bomb into her pond and then answers her question truthfully. The second requires a Linked Game and completion of the Pirate Secret.
- Main article: Shovel
The Shovel can be found at the base of Ambi’s Tower in Lynna Village in the Past. It is required in order to progress through the early portions of the game.
- Main article: Strange Flute
After beating the Moonlit Grotto and having Dimitri help him return to Lynna City, Link has three choices on how to choose his partner. Be warned: once the flute is found, the choice is permanent. The same can happen if Link does not acquire a flute before he enters Nuun Highlands. In a linked game, Link cannot choose a Flute, as he is assigned the same animal partner.
- Main article: Dimitri's Flute
Dimitri's Flute can be acquired if Link buys the Flute from the Lynna City Shop for 150 Rupees. After checking the broken bridge, he has to find Dimitri in Fairies' Woods. He will then become his partner.
- Main article: Moosh's Flute
Moosh's Flute is the default flute. If Link has not acquired any Flute and heads towards Nuun Highlands, he will find Moosh in Fairies' Woods. There he will give him the Flute.
- Main article: Ricky's Flute
Ricky's Flute can be acquired if Link scores 250 or more points in the Shooting Gallery mini-game in Lynna Village. After checking the broken bridge, Link has to find Ricky in Fairies' Woods. He will then become Link's partner.
- Main article: Switch Hook
- Main article: Long Hook
Cane of Somaria
- Main article: Cane of Somaria
The Cane of Somaria is obtained in the fifth dungeon, the Crown Dungeon. It is primarily used to detect pits Link may fall through or block enemies from progressing. The blocks created by the Cane of Somaria can be destroyed with a slash of the Sword.
- Main article: Boomerang
The Boomerang is obtained from the Goron Shooting Gallery in Rolling Ridge. Link must earn at least 400 points in the mini-game, at which point the owner gives Link the Boomerang. It is not required to complete the game.
- Main article: Biggoron's Sword
Biggoron's Sword is a reward obtained in two ways. If Oracle of Ages is the first of a Linked Game, then it is obtained from the Goron Elder at the Goron Shooting Gallery in the Past. Link then obtains a password to use in Oracle of Seasons to obtain Biggoron's Sword there. If Oracle of Ages is the second game of a Linked Game, then Biggoron's Sword is obtained by a password from Oracle of Seasons.
- Main article: Bombchu
In both Oracle of Seasons and Oracle of Ages, Bombchus can only be obtained in a Linked Game. They are very similar to the previous games, but they also home in on enemies and explode. After Link has obtained them, he can purchase them from Syrup.
- Main article: Flippers
- Main article: Flippers
It is found in Mermaid's Cave. The suit serves as an upgrade to the Zora's Flippers as it allows Link to swim in deeper waters. Additionally, it allows Link to dive underneath the water, and explore the areas in dungeons and beneath the sea. This unique diving ability is required as Link journeys through Mermaid's Cave and later on through Jabu-Jabu's Belly. Link's swimming speed increases when he obtains the Mermaid Suit, as well as his ability to swim against strong currents.
- Main article: Magic Potion
The Magic Potion can be obtained by purchasing one from Syrup's Potion Shop for the expensive price of 300 Rupees, taken from Maple after she is bumped into, or from within a Gasha Nut. Only one Potion can be held at a time. The Magic Potion will fully restore Link's health automatically if he falls in combat. It can also be used to cure King Zora from his illness.
Huge Maku Seed
- Main article: Huge Maku Seed
The Huge Maku Seed is a quest item given to Link by the female Maku Tree after he obtains all eight Essences of Nature. It is used to break the evil barrier that prevents Link from progressing through the Black Tower.
- Main article: Gasha Seed
Gasha Seeds are found all across Labrynna. Some are given to Link, others are found in treasures, some from Maple, and some are rewards after beating mini-games. The Gasha Seeds can be planted in Soft Soil. Return after a while, a tree will have grown and a Gasha Nut will be there.
- Main article: Gasha Nut
After planting a Gasha Seed in soft soil, return to that spot later and a tree will have grown to produce a Gasha Nut. Hit it with the sword to break it open. There are all sorts of different things in the Gasha Nuts.
- Main article: Cheval Rope
The Cheval Rope is a quest item from Oracle of Ages. It is found in Cheval's Tomb. After Link gets the Flippers from Cheval's Tomb, he can swim to the top part of the tomb where the Cheval Rope is found. If Link gives the Rope to Rafton, he will use it to make the Raft, but Link cannot use it until he gets the Island Chart.
- Main article: Island Chart
- Main article: Ricky's Gloves
- Main article: Scent Seedling
When trying to recover all of his stolen items upon his first visit to Crescent Island, Link will find the Wild Tokay mini-game, located at the east end of the island in the Past. The Scent Seedling serves as the prize when Link first plays the mini-game. Once Link wins, he can then plant it on the north side of the island in the Tree Nursery, where it will grow to be a Scent Seed tree in the Present.
- Main article: Bomb Flower
- Main article: Graveyard Key
- Main article: Crown Key
- Main article: Tuni Nut
- Main article: Brother Emblem
The Brother Emblem is a symbol of brotherhood of the Gorons. In the Present or the Past, Link can enter the Goron Dance Hall and dance with the Graceful Goron, and be rewarded with the Brother Emblem and become a respected brother of the Gorons.
- Main article: Rock Brisket
- Main article: Goron Vase
It can be obtained by giving the Rock Brisket to a Goron in the Goron Dance Hall. After obtaining it, Link can give the Vase to a Goron guarding the Goron Dance Hall in the Past, who will give Link the Goronade.
- Main article: Goronade
It can be obtained by trading the Goron Vase to the Goron guarding the stairs near Goron Dance Hall in the Past. After obtaining it, Link can give the Goronade to the owner of the Big Bang Game, who will give him one free game to play.
- Main article: Lava Juice
The Lava Juice is the first prize in the Goron Shooting Gallery. To win it, Link must play and score an amount of over 100 points. It is later traded with a friend of the Graceful Gorons for the Letter of Introduction.
Letter of Introduction
- Main article: Letter of Introduction
This item is obtained from a friend of the Graceful Goron in exchange for the Lava Juice, but only after Link obtains the Old Mermaid Key. Once Link takes this letter to the first generation of Graceful Gorons, he will be asked to perform the Goron Dance. If successfully completed, he will obtain the Mermaid Key, which is required to enter Mermaid's Cave in the Past.
Old Mermaid Key
- Main article: Old Mermaid Key
The Old Mermaid Key is a quest item required in order to enter Mermaid's Cave in the Present. This key is blue and shaped like a mermaid's tail. This item can only be obtained by completing the Big Bang Mini-Game in the Present.
- Main article: Mermaid Key
The Mermaid Key is a quest item obtained by giving the Letter of Introduction to the Goron who manages the Goron Dancing Game in the Present. Afterwards, the Goron only agrees to give the Mermaid Key to Link if he dances in the dancing game himself, and if he does, he will receive the Mermaid Key in return for his participation. With this key, Link can unlock the Mermaid's Cave in the Past.
- Main article: Library Key
Book of Seals
- Main article: Book of Seals
- Main article: Fairy Powder
This particular item is kept in Eyeglass Island Library. To reach the Fairy Powder, which is found in the past, Link must first obtain the Book of Seals from the present to solve a puzzle. By curing the curse on the Fairy Queen, the Zora Seas becomes free of pollution, and Link can enter Lord Jabu-Jabu.
- Main article: Fairy Powder
After defeating Plasmarine and receiving the Rolling Sea in Jabu-Jabu's Belly, a Zora rewards Link with the Zora Scale. The Zora Scale must be shown to the Zora in the Sea of Storms to gain access to the area where the Piratians are found. Giving the Zora Scale to the Captain of the Piratians results in Link receiving the Tokay Eyeball, which is needed to access the Ancient Tomb.
- Main article: Tokay Eyeball
Giving the Zora Scale to the Captain of the Piratians results in Link receiving the Tokay Eyeball, which is needed to access the Ancient Tomb. The Tokay Eyeball can be inserted into the Tokay Guardian Statue found in the Past at the west end of Crescent Island. The statue is in the same location as where the Moonlit Grotto can be found in the Present and can be seen noticeably missing an eyeball. After inserting the Eyeball, the statue will open up, revealing a secret passageway that will eventually lead to the Sea of No Return. This serves as the only route to reach the Ancient Tomb.
- Main article: Ring Box
The L-1 Ring Box is given to Link by the Jeweler. All rings that Link needs to have appraised go here. Link can only wear one ring when he has the L-1 Ring Box. The L-2 Ring Box is found in the second floor of Lynna City Shop, and the L-3 Ring Box can only be acquired through the use of a Linked Game and the Ruul Secret.
- Main article: Magical Ring
Rings are found almost everywhere in Labrynna. Link can get Rings from treasures, rewards, and from Maple. Rings can be appraised at the Jewelry Store. The rings all have different powers and Link can possess those powers if he wears the rings.
Essences of Time
- Main article: Eternal Spirit
- Main article: Ancient Wood
- Main article: Echoing Howl
- Main article: Burning Flame
- Main article: Sacred Soil
- Main article: Lonely Peak
- Main article: Rolling Sea
- Main article: Falling Star
- Main article: Poe Clock
The first item of the trading sequence. It is a simple clock used to tell time; however, its description says it lightens the heart, which could imply it is more than just a clock.
- Main article: Stationery
The second item of the trading sequence. According to its description, the Stationery is a fine sheet of paper which Link can use to write somebody a letter.
- Main article: Stink Bag
The third item of the trading sequence. It is basically a bag that smells really bad.
- Main article: Tasty Meat
The fourth item of the trading sequence. It is the specialty of the Tokay Chef, and, as its name suggests, is quite tasty.
- Main article: Doggie Mask
The fifth item of the trading sequence. It is a mask in the shape of a cute canine face, adored by dogs and their humans alike.
- Main article: Dumbbell
The sixth item of the trading sequence. It is a single weight, and is part of a pair; however, Link only obtains one.
- Main article: Cheesy Mustache
The seventh item of the trading sequence. It is very weird.
- Main article: Funny Joke
The eighth item of the trading sequence. As its name suggests, it is a fairly big hit. It is represented by a bow-tie.
- Main article: Touching Book
The ninth item of the trading sequence. It is a book about a sad story.
- Main article: Magic Oar
The tenth item of the trading sequence. It was the first oar created by Maple, and is one of the best oars out there, being called a "racer's dream".
- Main article: Sea Ukulele
The eleventh item of the trading sequence. It is a simple ukulele that smells like the sea.
- Main article: Broken Sword
The last item of the trading sequence. According to the Old Zora, it is a sword that a great hero gave his ancestors long ago. However, as its name suggests, it is broken, and thus cannot be used unless it is somehow repaired.
- Main article: Recovery Heart
An item dropped by pots, bushes, enemies and more; used to replenish Link’s energy meter after taking damage.
Piece of Heart
- Main article: Piece of Heart
Link needs to collect four in order to get a complete Heart Container, extending his energy meter. There are twelve to find, adding up to a maximum of three extra Heart Containers.
- Main article: Fairy
Like the Recovery Heart, Fairies will sometimes drop from bushes, pots and holes in the ground among other places. They can heal Link a maximum of six hearts.
- Main article: Rupee
The main currency in Labrynna, they come in nine varieties with differing values: Small Green (1), Small Blue (5), Small Red (10), Red (5), Green (1, 5, 10 or 20), Yellow (1, 5 or 20), Blue (20 or 30), Big Blue (100) and Big Red (200).
- Main article: Dungeon Map
It shows all the rooms in the dungeon and exactly how they connect to each other. Combined with the Compass, which shows the location of all the Treasure Chests, tracking down everything there is to get in a dungeon becomes easy.
- Main article: Compass
- Main article: Small Key
Used to open locked doors or blocks only found in dungeons. They can usually be obtained by solving a puzzle or defeating a whole bunch of enemies, which makes a small Treasure Chest appear, and usually contains a Small Key. They do not open the door to boss rooms. For said doors, Link needs the Boss Key. Keys will only work inside the dungeon in which they are found.
- Main article: Boss Key
It allows Link to unlock the door to the boss chamber of that dungeon.
- Main article: Heart Container
Link begins the adventure through Labrynna with three full Heart Containers. There is a full Heart Container to snag after each boss and combined with all twelve Heart Pieces Link’s energy can be extended to a maximum of 14 hearts in a regular playthrough.