Material

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Materials are a recurring type of item in The Legend of Zelda series used in creating new items.[1][2][name references needed]

Location and Uses

Tri Force Heroes

Main article: Magical Material

Magical Materials are used to craft various Outfits at Madame Couture's.

List of Magical Materials

  See more Magical Materials in Tri Force Heroes

Breath of the Wild

Materials in Breath of the Wild can be found all throughout Hyrule, after defeating enemies, in Treasure Chests, or hunting for food. They cover a wide variety of items, and as such have a wide variety of uses. Materials can sometimes be eaten raw, but are best cooked together to create much more nourishing Food, that restore more hearts and have other positive effects. Each type of Material occupies its own slot. There is a maximum capacity of 999 Materials per slot.[3] Materials are also used to have the Great Fairies upgrade armor.

Materials can be sold for Rupees as well. The listed value is the price a merchant will pay Link for the item. Buying these items from most merchants will cost Link four times this value; Beedle will charge five times this value. Select materials may also be exchanged for Mon by Kilton.

List of Materials

  See more Materials in Breath of the Wild

Tears of the Kingdom

Materials are used in a variety of ways. They are commonly dropped by Enemies but may also be found along the ground.

List of Materials

  See more Materials in Tears of the Kingdom

Other Appearances

Hyrule Warriors

In Hyrule Warriors, Materials are similar to Spoils and Treasures in that each Material is a unique Item possessed by the Enemy that dropped it. Materials are dropped by nearly every Enemy type except Cuccos and infantry soldiers, and only when the Enemy does not drop a Weapon Bag. They come in three rarities, with at most two rarities of item for each enemy type. The most common are Bronze Materials, which are the only item drops for the basic infantry Captains. Silver Materials are dropped by unique Captains, Warriors, and Giant Bosses. Rare Gold Materials are dropped only by Warriors and Giant Bosses. Enemies can be influenced to drop their rarer Materials by using Weapons with the "Material+" Skill, by creating a special Mixture in the Apothecary, or by activating the reward while using Focus Spirit.

Materials are primarily used to craft Badges for the playable Warriors, with each Badge having its own recipe of specific Materials. Materials can also be used to brew one-use elixirs by consuming a set amount of any Material of a given rarity.

List of Materials

Enemy Materials
Enemy Bronze Silver
 
Bulblin
 
Metal Plate
 
Stalchild
 
Monster Tooth
 
Bokoblin
 
Old Rag
 
Hylian Soldier
 
Soldier's Uniform
 
Goron
 
Rock
 
Aeralfos
 
Aeralfos Leather
 
Round Aeralfos Shield
 
Fiery Aeralfos
 
Fiery Aeralfos Leather
 
Fiery Aeralfos Wing
 
Gibdo
 
Gibdo Bandage
 
Heavy Gibdo Sword
 
ReDead Knight
 
ReDead Bandage
 
ReDead Knight Ashes
 
Lizalfos
 
Lizalfos Scale
 
Lizalfos Gauntlet
 
Dinolfos
 
Dinolfos Fang
 
Dinolfos Arm Guard
 
Moblin
 
Moblin Flank
 
Moblin Spear
 
Shield Moblin
 
Shield-Moblin Helmet
 
Metal Moblin Shield
 
Darknut
 
Piece of Darknut Armor
 
Large Darknut Sword
 
Stalmaster
 
Stalmaster Wrist Bone
 
Stalmaster's Skull
 
Big Poe
 
Big Poe Necklace
 
Big Poe's Lantern
 
Icy Big Poe
 
Essence of Icy Big Poe
 
Icy Big Poe's Talisman
 
Hylian Captain
 
Hylian Captain Gauntlet
 
Holy Hylian Shield
 
Goron Captain
 
Goron Armor Breastplate
 
Thick Goron Helmet
Boss Materials
Boss Silver Gold
 
Ganon
 
Ganon's Mane
 
Ganon's Fang
 
King Dodongo
 
King Dodongo's Claws
 
King Dodongo's Crystal
 
Gohma
 
Gohma's Acid
 
Gohma's Lens
 
Manhandla
 
Manhandla's Toxic Dust
 
Manhandla's Sapling
 
Argorok
 
Argorok's Embers
 
Argorok's Stone
 
The Imprisoned
 
The Imprisoned's Scales
 
The Imprisoned's Pillar
 
Cia
 
Cia's Bracelet
 
Cia's Staff
 
Volga
 
Volga's Helmet
 
Volga's Dragon Spear
 
Wizzro
 
Wizzro's Robe
 
Wizzro's Ring
 
Link
 
Young Link
 
Link's Boots
 
Link's Scarf
 
Lana
 
Lana's Hair Clip
 
Lana's Cloak
 
Zelda
 
Zelda's Brooch
 
Zelda's Tiara
 
Impa
 
Impa's Hair Band
 
Impa's Breastplate
 
Ganondorf
 
Ganondorf's Gauntlet
 
Ganondorf's Jewel
 
Sheik
 
Sheik's Kunai
 
Sheik's Turban
 
Darunia
 
Darunia's Spikes
 
Darunia's Bracelet
 
Ruto
 
Ruto's Earrings
 
Ruto's Scale
 
Agitha
 
Agitha's Basket
 
Agitha's Pendant
 
Midna
 
Twili Midna
 
Midna's Hair
 
Midna's Fused Shadow
 
Fi
 
Fi's Heels
 
Fi's Crystal
 
Ghirahim
 
Ghirahim's Sash
 
Ghirahim's Cape
 
Zant
 
Zant's Magic Gem
 
Zant's Helmet

Hyrule Warriors Legends

Materials in Hyrule Warriors Legends are primarily the same as those in Hyrule Warriors, with the addition of new Materials for Warriors who did not yield any in Hyrule Warriors, as well as for monsters and Warriors who exist exclusively in Hyrule Warriors Legends. Certain Warriors, such as Young Link and Twili Midna, also received their own set of Materials apart from their counterparts.

List of Materials

Enemy Materials
Enemy Bronze Silver
 
Miniblin Captain
 
Monster Horn
 
Big Blin
 
Big Blin Hide
 
Big Blin Club
 
Stone Blin
 
Stone Blin Buckler
 
Stone Blin Helmet
Enemy Materials
Enemy Silver Gold
 
The Imprisoned (Miniature Version)
 
The Imprisoned's Scales
 
The Imprisoned's Pillar
Boss Materials
Boss Silver Gold
 
Helmaroc King
 
Helmaroc Plume
 
Helmaroc King's Mask
 
Phantom Ganon
 
Phantom Ganon's Cape
 
Phantom Ganon's Sword
 
King Daphnes
 
King Daphnes's Robe
 
King Daphnes's Crown
 
Linkle
 
Linkle's Boots
 
Linkle's Compass
 
Marin
 
Zelda's Brooch
 
Zelda's Tiara
 
Medli
 
Ruto's Earrings
 
Ruto's Scale
 
Skull Kid
 
Skull Kid's Hat
 
Majora's Mask
 
Tetra
 
Toon Zelda
 
Tetra's Sandals
 
Tetra's Bandana
 
Tingle
 
Tingle's Map
 
Tingle's Watch
 
Toon Link
 
Pirate's Charm
 
Island Outfit
 
Twili Midna
 
Twili Midna's Hairpin
 
Twili Midna's Robe
 
Young Link
 
Ravio
 
Young Link's Belt
 
Keaton Mask
 
Yuga
 
Ganondorf's Gauntlet
 
Ganondorf's Jewel

Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity


List of Materials

  See more Materials in Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity

Trivia

  • During development of Breath of the Wild, crabs were used to create elixirs; however, Nate Bihldorff, senior director of localization at Nintendo of America, convinced Hidemaro Fujibayashi, the game's director, to use them for cooking recipes instead.[4]

Nomenclature

  Names in Other Regions  
LanguageNamesMeanings
Japanese
素材 (Sozai) (BotW) 
Dutch
Ingrediënten (BotW)[6]Ingredients
Italian
Materiale (BotW) 
SpanishLA
Material (TotK)[5]
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References

  1. "Materials" — Tutorial (Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition)
  2. "Materials" — Inventory (Breath of the Wild)
  3. Kleric, BotW Glitches & Tricks: Hold Smuggling, and Dead Link Inventory. , YouTube.
  4. "Nate had made it out to the beach, where he found some crab and a campfire with a pot at sunset. Feeling very pleased with himself, he threw some crab in the pot with some spicy peppers, only to find out crab wasn’t used for food recipes—it was for elixirs! This happened to fit perfectly with my own personal description of crustaceans as being “the insects of the sea,” but as an east coaster who grew up on crab, Nate wasn’t having it. He contacted Fujibayashi-san that night and began passionately explaining to the development team how much people like to eat crab, begging him to add crab dishes to the menu." — Bill Trinen, Now You’re Cooking with Power , Tumblr, published May 3, 2017, retrieved May 3, 2017.
  5. "Materiales" — Inventory (Tears of the Kingdom)
  6. "Ingrediënten" — Inventory (Breath of the Wild)