Sea Flower

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The Sea Flower is an item that appears in The Wind Waker. It is the second item in the game's Trading Sequence.

After receiving the Town Flower from Zunari, Link can give it and 20 Rupees to any of the three Traveling Merchants on Bomb Island, Greatfish Isle, and Mother and Child Isles.[1][2][3] In return, he receives the Sea Flower and forms the merchant's oath with them, which dictates that he sends some of his shipment to Zunari's Shop.[4] After this, Zunari will sell the Sea Flower in on Windfall Island for 20 Rupees.[5]

When Link offers the Sea Flower to either of the merchants on Bomb Island and Mother and Child Isles, he will only get the Town Flower back in exchange.[6][7] They also require 10 Rupees.[8][9] However, if Link presents the Sea Flower to the Traveling Merchant on Greatfish Isle, he offers an Exotic Flower for it and 25 Rupees.[10][11]

Aside from trading with the merchants, Link can use the Sea Flower to brighten up Windfall Island for the Joyous Volunteer Association by placing it in Joy Pedestals around town.[12] He carries it in his Delivery Bag.

References

  1. "Huh? Why, that's... a Town Flower...isn't it? In that case... Would you be interested in trading that for this Sea Flower? Sure No thanks Satisfactory. Then my fee will be... For this...I guess 20 Rupees will do. It's a deal No way" — Bomb Island Traveling Merchant, The Wind Waker.
  2. "Huh? That's... a Town Flower...is it not? In that case... Would you be interested in trading that for this Sea Flower? Sure No thanks Most worthy! Then my fee will be... Well, I suppose 20 Rupees will do. It's a deal No way" — Greatfish Isle Traveling Merchant, The Wind Waker.
  3. "Huh? Why, that's... a Town Flower...right? In that case... Would you be interested in trading that for this Sea Flower? Sure No thanks Most agreeable! Then my fee will be... Yeah... That'll be 20 Rupees on the dot. It's a deal No way" — Mother and Child Isles Traveling Merchant, The Wind Waker.
  4. "So, by trading your goods for my goods, we have formed a merchant's oath. So, from now on I shall honor our merchant's oath by sending shipments of my product to the Windfall Island Shop. How, you ask? Why, my good friend the postman will take it there for me, so it will probably get there before you do. Just go back to Windfall and check for yourself." — Bomb Island Traveling Merchant, The Wind Waker.
  5. "Sea Flower 20 Rupees The aroma of the sea wafts out of this flower that hails from a faraway land. Use it to adorn the town with a sea breeze!" — Zunari, The Wind Waker.
  6. "Huh? Why, that's... a Sea Flower...isn't it? In that case... Would you be interested in trading that for this Town Flower? Sure No thanks" — Bomb Island Traveling Merchant, The Wind Waker.
  7. "Huh? Why, that's... a Sea Flower...right? In that case... Would you be interested in trading that for this Town Flower? Sure No thanks" — Mother and Child Isles Traveling Merchant, The Wind Waker.
  8. "Satisfactory. Then my fee will be... I'll give you a deal on this one: Only 10 Rupees. It's a deal No way" — Bomb Island Traveling Merchant, The Wind Waker.
  9. "Most agreeable! Then my fee will be... Yeah... A measly old 10 Rupees will do. It's a deal No way" — Mother and Child Isles Traveling Merchant, The Wind Waker.
  10. "Huh? That's... a Sea Flower...is it not? In that case... Would you be interested in trading that for this Exotic Flower? Sure No thanks" — Greatfish Isle Traveling Merchant, The Wind Waker.
  11. "Most worthy! Then my fee will be... Ooh... I'll give you a huge deal on this: 25 Rupees will do just fine. It's a deal No way" — Greatfish Isle Traveling Merchant, The Wind Waker.
  12. "You got a Sea Flower! The scent of the sea wafts from the delicate petals of this flower from an exotic, far-off land. If you find a place to put it, choose your Delivery Bag on the Items screen, and set the flower to [Y], [Z], or [X] to use it." — In-Game Description, The Wind Waker.