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{{quote|Treasure Cheats Found<br>Many Hyrulian people saved family heirlooms and other treasures in chests handcrafted by skilled artisans. Historians found them in Hyrulian homes and mountain caves. Inside they discovered jewels, armor and arrows.|A Link to the Past Nintendo Player's Guide}}
  
 
The '''Treasure Chest''' appears often in the [[The Legend of Zelda (Series)|Zelda Series]]. They can contain items ranging from equipment to rupees to enemies or keys. It is a well known fact that when [[Link]] opens said chest, exciting music sounds.
 
The '''Treasure Chest''' appears often in the [[The Legend of Zelda (Series)|Zelda Series]]. They can contain items ranging from equipment to rupees to enemies or keys. It is a well known fact that when [[Link]] opens said chest, exciting music sounds.

Revision as of 22:07, December 20, 2012

"Treasure Cheats Found
Many Hyrulian people saved family heirlooms and other treasures in chests handcrafted by skilled artisans. Historians found them in Hyrulian homes and mountain caves. Inside they discovered jewels, armor and arrows.
"

— A Link to the Past Nintendo Player's Guide

The Treasure Chest appears often in the Zelda Series. They can contain items ranging from equipment to rupees to enemies or keys. It is a well known fact that when Link opens said chest, exciting music sounds.

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