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The '''Stamina Gauge''' measures [[Link]]'s stamina in ''[[The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword|Skyward Sword]]''. It is depleted by doing strenuous activities such as running, climbing, and pushing boulders. ''Skyward Sword'' is the first and only ''Zelda'' game that has a stamina gauge. Link can refill his stamina gauge by running over [[Stamina Fruit]] or drinking a [[Stamina Potion]], which can be purchased at the [[Luv and Bertie's Potion Shop]] in the [[Bazaar]].
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The '''Stamina Gauge''' measures [[Link]]'s stamina in ''[[The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword|Skyward Sword]]'' and ''[[The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild|Breath of the Wild]]''. It is depleted by doing strenuous activities such as running, climbing, and pushing boulders.  
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Link can refill his stamina gauge by running over [[Stamina Fruit]]s or drinking a [[Stamina Potion]] in ''Skyward Sword'', whereas in ''Breath of the Wild'', Link can cook [[Breath of the Wild Meals|Meals]] and [[Breath of the Wild Elixirs|Elixirs]] to recover.
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==Gallery==
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File:Raf,360x360,075,t,fafafa ca443f4786.jpg|Full Stamina Wheel
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File:Raf,360x360,075,t,fafafa ca443f4786 (1).jpg|Empty Stamina Wheel
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The Stamina Gauge measures Link's stamina in Skyward Sword and Breath of the Wild. It is depleted by doing strenuous activities such as running, climbing, and pushing boulders.

Link can refill his stamina gauge by running over Stamina Fruits or drinking a Stamina Potion in Skyward Sword, whereas in Breath of the Wild, Link can cook Meals and Elixirs to recover.

Gallery