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Like most stealth-related ingredients and animals, Silent Princesses are bioluminescent, and thus easy to spot at night.
 
Like most stealth-related ingredients and animals, Silent Princesses are bioluminescent, and thus easy to spot at night.
  
Silent Princesses also grow close to most [[Great Fairy|Great Fairies]] except the [[Great Fairy Tera]] and [[Malanya]].
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Silent Princesses also grow close to [[Great Fairy|Great Fairies]], except [[Malanya]], who is a fairy-like deity.
  
 
Most notably, a sole Silent Princess can be found in [[Princess Zelda's Study]] at [[Hyrule Castle (Breath of the Wild)|Hyrule Castle]], it being the only living thing in the whole location that isn't a monster, a [[Guardian (Breath of the Wild)|Guardian]] or is blighted with [[Malice]].
 
Most notably, a sole Silent Princess can be found in [[Princess Zelda's Study]] at [[Hyrule Castle (Breath of the Wild)|Hyrule Castle]], it being the only living thing in the whole location that isn't a monster, a [[Guardian (Breath of the Wild)|Guardian]] or is blighted with [[Malice]].

Latest revision as of 16:09, February 11, 2021

This article is about the plant and material. For the Recovered Memory, see Silent Princess (Memory).
Silent Princess
Silent Princess.png

Games

Location

Value

10 Rupees

Uses

Increased Stealth
Enhancing Armor
Cooking

Related

File:Master-sword-botw.jpg
Three Silent Princess flowers by the Master Sword.

Silent Princess is a plant and material found in Breath of the Wild and Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity.

Breath of the Wild

"This lovely flower was said to have been a favorite of the princess of Hyrule. Once feared to have gone extinct, it's recently been spotted growing in the wild."

— In-game description

Silent Princesss can be found occasionally in forested areas of Hyrule. Three in particular lie by the Master Sword's resting place in the Korok Forest. It is also commonly found on the hilltop behind the Ta'loh Naeg Shrine and surrounding the Great Fairy Cotera. It is the focal point of the Recovered Memory#9, where Princess Zelda examines one growing in the wild. This particular plant is used in the enhancing of the Champion's Tunic and the Stealth Set. They can be sold to shop-vendors all over Hyrule for 10 Rupees each. Silent Princesses can be used in a variety of Recipes, and they have an extra cooking effect of increased stealth.

Like most stealth-related ingredients and animals, Silent Princesses are bioluminescent, and thus easy to spot at night.

Silent Princesses also grow close to Great Fairies, except Malanya, who is a fairy-like deity.

Most notably, a sole Silent Princess can be found in Princess Zelda's Study at Hyrule Castle, it being the only living thing in the whole location that isn't a monster, a Guardian or is blighted with Malice.

Armor Enhancement

A total of 44 Silent Princesses are needed for armor upgrades in the game, 34 for the base game and 10 for Amiibo-exclusive parts:

Armor / Part Quantity
Champion-tunic.png
Champion's Tunic
x 3 for ★,★★ and ★★★ enhancement each;
x 10 for ★★★★ enhancement
(19 total)[MT 1]
Stealth-Set.png
Stealth Set
x 5 for ★★★★ enhancement for each part
(15 total)[MT 1]
Sheik-mask.png
Sheik's Mask[MT 2]
x 1 for ★ enhancement
x 2 for ★★ enhancement
x 3 for ★★★ enhancement
x 4 for ★★★★ enhancement
(10 total)[MT 1]
Footnotes
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Requires additional ingredients other than the ones mentioned here; see each part's page for more details.
  2. Obtained by scanning the Sheik (Super Smash Bros) amiibo, through the use of the amiibo Rune

Age of Calamity

"This lovely flower is said to be a favorite of Princess Zelda. Once feared to have gone extinct, it can sometimes be spotted growing in the wild."

— In-game description

Locations

Shops:

First-Clear Rewards:

Battlefield-Specific Materials:

Uses

Quests:

Sell:

Trivia

  • The Silent Princess found at Zelda's study is representative of Zelda's own presence in the castle, persisting with unblemished life in spite of being surrounded by evil. Its scarcity in Hyrule also represents the absence of the Princess.
  • Due to its use as an ingredient to upgrade the Champion's Tunic, it's implied that the flower's reported association with the princess of Hyrule is magical in nature, and that said flowers began regrowing in the wild in the face of the Calamity, possibly for said purpose.
  • Curiously, the flower's scarcity is not represented in its selling value (it being one of the most scarce resources in the game), which is comparatively low.