Blue Joy Ring

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Blue Joy Ring







Double the Recovery Hearts collected.

"Beasts drop double Hearts"

— In-Game Description[1]

The Blue Joy Ring is a Magical Ring that Link can acquire in a Linked Game of Oracle of Ages or a Linked Game of Oracle of Seasons. Link can also transfer the ring from game to game, using the Ring Secret.

In a Linked Game of Oracle of Seasons, after Link has completed Snake's Remains and returned to Horon Village, he'll find Impa, just north of town, who is worried that Princess Zelda has come to Holodrum and is in danger. After Link travels north, he'll find the Great Moblin and after defeating a few Moblins, Link will save Zelda. Princess Zelda gives Link a Seed Ring which can be appraised as the Blue Joy Ring.

The Blue Joy Ring can also be acquired in a Linked Game of Oracle of Ages. After completing the Moonlit Grotto, Link can enter the Black Tower where he finds find an enemy Vire that is holding the captive Princess Zelda. Link first needs to climb up the various levels of the Black Tower, avoiding Fireballs as he make his way upwards. Once Link reaches the top and defeats Vire, Princess Zelda rewards him with the Seed Ring.

When equipped, the Blue Joy Ring doubles the value of every Recovery Heart that is collected. This ring is valuable if Link has a more reckless style of play and always needs additional Recovery Hearts. However, there are other good defensive rings, such as the Blue Ring or the Armor Ring L-1.

There are similar rings in form of the Red Joy Ring that effects Rupees and the Green Joy Ring, which effects Ore Chunks. However, all these Rings become obsolete in comparison to the Gold Joy Ring, which carries all the attributes of the Red, Blue, and Green Joy Rings, plus more.