Stamina Vessel

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Stamina Vessel

Games

Location

From Goddess Statues
Divine Beasts (when there's maximum hearts)

Cost

Uses

Increasing Link's maximum Stamina

Related

"The size of your Stamina Wheel has been increased, allowing you to perform more actions before getting tired."

Breath of the Wild In-Game Description

The Stamina Vessel is an item from Breath of the Wild and Tears of the Kingdom.

Breath of the Wild

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Heart Container/Stamina Vessel total distribution

The Stamina Vessel is similar to the Heart Container, but instead of increasing hearts each adds another 1/5 of a wheel to the Stamina Wheel.

These can be obtained by exchanging Spirit Orbs with any of the various Goddess Statues found in Hyrule. If Link has the maximum amount of hearts (3 preset + 27 additional) when he completes a Divine Beast, a Stamina Vessel will be rewarded in place of a Heart Container.

When Link visits the Horned Statue, located in Hateno Village, he can sell a Stamina Vessel or a Heart Container in exchange for 100 rupees. The statue will then allow Link to purchase either a Heart Container or Stamina Vessel for 120 rupees, allowing him to swap between the two at a net cost of 20 rupees.

Link can obtain a maximum of 10 Stamina Vessels in order to gain 2 extra Stamina Wheels. As shown in the graphic, should the player choose to have full health, a maximum of 7 Stamina Vessels can be gained because there's only so many slots to allot for each type of vessel.

An additional Container/Vessel can be obtained with the completion of the DLC-exclusive EX The Champions' Ballad, which awards an extra four Spirit Orbs.

Tears of the Kingdom

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The Stamina Vessel retains its role from Breath of the Wild, except that it is instead obtained from trading in 4 Light of Blessing items.

However, unlike in Breath of the Wild, the stat requirement to pull the Master Sword from the Light Dragon's head is 5 Stamina Vessels (temporary stamina will not work; Link gets a full refill upon attempting to pull the sword) instead of the 13 Heart Containers in the previous game. As such, the requirement to pull the Master Sword has become 20 Lights of Blessing (16 if the player uses the Horned Statue to convert the Heart Container forcibly exchanged in the Great Sky Island).