Treasure

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For the list of items, named Treasures in The Legend of Zelda, see the Items in The Legend of Zelda.

Treasures are recurring Items in The Legend of Zelda series.[1][2][3][name references needed]

Location and Uses

Phantom Hourglass

In Phantom Hourglass, eight different kinds of Treasures can be obtained. They can be found inside chests, pots, or bought from shops. In addition, by saving Nyave from monsters in the southwestern part of the sea, Link can receive a large amount of Treasures that had been picked up for him.

Treasures can be sold for Rupees to the Treasure Teller on Mercay Island or to the Ho Ho Tribe, who will buy one random Treasure for a slightly higher price.[clarification needed] The value of each Treasure is randomly set when beginning a new Saved game; each type is assigned a value of 50, 150, 800, or 1500 Rupees, except for the Regal Ring, which is always worth 1500 Rupees. These values are not revealed until the Treasures are taken to the Treasure Teller.

Treasures may also be swapped among friends for either other Treasures or Ship Parts via Tag Mode and Battle Mode. Access to Freedle's magic boxes is required to make trades.

Treasure Description
 
Pink Coral
Coral, polished to shine. It's an object to be admired!
 
Pearl Necklace
Pure white pearls, strung together into a stunning necklace.
 
Dark Pearl Loop
Rare dark pearls, strung into a jaw-dropping necklace.
 
Zora Scale
It's said that a Zora dropped this rare and sparkling scale!
 
Goron Amber
This tasty Goron treat is valuable because it contains a bug!
 
Ruto Crown
Some say this regal crown was worn by a princess of Zora.
 
Helmaroc Plume
This flamboyant feather was dropped by a Helmaroc bird.
 
Regal Ring
A princely ring handed down among royal generations.

Spirit Tracks

In Spirit Tracks, 16 different kinds of Treasures can be obtained. They can be found inside chests and pots. Common Treasures can also be found by blowing the leaves northeast of Whittleton with the Whirlwind. Uncommon Treasures can also be obtained by getting specific scores in minigames or by buying them from shops, such as Beedle's Air Shop or the Castle Town Shop. Rare Treasures can only be obtained in special Train Stations such as the Ends of the Earth Station, the Slippery Station, or the Lost at Sea Station. Alternatively, they can also be won by mailing Prize Postcards and getting the 1st prize, or by completing level 3 of the Take 'Em All On! minigame.

Treasures can be sold or traded for various upgraded Train Cars at the Linebeck Trading Company.

Treasure
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Description

Fossil of an ancient demon. Sounds rare, but it turns up all over the place.

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This artifact's eerie aura makes it the ultimate collector's item.

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A sparkly stone that fell from the sky. It's said to be a piece of a star.

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Readily found in beehives. These energizing larvae sell for quite a bit.

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Whether this acorn is a treasure is debatable, but it does have its fans.

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Rare dark pearls, strung together into a stunning necklace.

Treasure
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Pure white pearls, strung together into a luminous necklace.

Treasure
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Some say this regal crown was worn by generations of Zora princesses.

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It's said that this scale came from a dragon, but no one really knows its origin.

Treasure
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Once worn by a pirate captain who raided the seas. It has an evil aura.

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Priceless dish used by past royalty for eating dessert.

Treasure
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This tasty Goron treat is valuable because it contains a bug!

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Captivating and very valuable because of its beautiful form and color.

Treasure
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This ancient artifact makes you feel like you've stepped back in time.

Treasure
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Desired by many, this artifact is said to bring riches to its owner.

Treasure
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A princely ring handed down by royalty for generations.

Skyward Sword

In Skyward Sword, 16 different kinds of Treasures can be obtained. They can be found inside chests, by defeating enemies, or simply lying all around Hyrule. Treasures can also be bought from the Moonlight Merchant in the cave near the waterfall in Skyloft after the final Silent Realm. The likelihood of finding Treasures can be increased by carrying the Treasure Medal in the Pouch.[4]

Treasures can be used to upgrade items at the Scrap Shop. They can also be sold to Rupin at his home at night.

When entering Hero Mode, the current amount of Treasures from the previous game are passed over and are available at the start.

Treasure Description Method of Obtainment
 
Hornet Larvae
They're a precious source of protein that comes from a Deku Hornet's hive. This material might be good for making something. Dropping a Deku Hornet nest by rolling into the tree housing it, or using the Slingshot or Beetle.
 
Bird Feather
These highly prized feathers come from birds foreign to Skyloft, and can serve as a useful material. Catching a Chirri with the Bug Net in the Sealed Grounds or the Faron Woods.
 
Tumbleweed
This dried mass of plant material could come in handy. Might as well take it with you. Catching them with the Bug Net while they roll past in Lanayru Desert.
 
Lizard Tail
It's the tail of a large lizard with a spiked ball on the end. Sure, it's a little gross, but you never know when you might need one. Defeating Lizalfos.
 
Eldin Ore
This hard concretion sparkles brightly. It also has lots of different uses. Found in digging spots in the Eldin Volcano.
 
Ancient Flower
Legends say this beautiful flower flourished in the ancient past. Supposedly it glows in the dark... Found in sections under the influence of Timeshift Stones in the Lanayru Desert and the Pirate Stronghold.
 
Amber Relic
It's an amber-colored chunk of precious stone. Nobody knows why it's this shape. Found all around Hyrule.
 
Dusk Relic
This item is similar in appearance to an Amber Relic, yet very different. It can only be found in certain places. Found in the Silent Realms.
 
Jelly Blob
It may look like a boring wad of gunk, but it's used to make all sorts of things! Defeating Deku Babas, Chuchus, and Arachas.
 
Monster Claw
These extremely sharp claw looks painful to even touch! Defeating Keese, Walltulas, and Guays.
 
Monster Horn
This well-crafted horn is made of sturdy animal bone. You might find a use for this as a material. Stealing from Bokoblins with the Whip.
 
Ornamental Skull
This simple, slightly macabre fashion statement bears the Bokoblin symbol. Defeating Bokoblins.
 
Evil Crystal
This solid chunk of pure, crystallized monster malice is extremely rare! Defeating Cursed Bokoblins and Dark Keese.
 
Blue Bird Feather
Very few small birds possess this sky-blue plumage, making these feathers extremely rare! Catching a Blue Chirri with the Bug Net in the Sealed Grounds or the Faron Woods.
 
Golden Skull
A real rarity among skull ornaments, it shines with an eerie, golden color. Defeating Bokoblins.
 
Goddess Plume
Rumors say this item was dropped by the goddess in a long-forgotten era. It's a legendary treasure few will ever behold! Found in chests and in place of Amber Relics in Hyrule or Dusk Relics in Silent Realms.

A Link Between Worlds

In A Link Between Worlds, three different kinds of Treasures can be obtained. They can be found inside chests and by defeating enemies. Link can give 10 Treasures to the Witch to make Potions. Alternatively, he can also sell them to her.

Treasure
Potion
Sell Price
Description

You got some monster guts! Eww, they're a handful!

Treasure
Potion
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You got a monster horn! Ouch. Watch that you don't hurt yourself on that thing!

Treasure
Potion
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You got a monster tail! Ugh, it's a bit smelly.

Other Appearances

Zelda's Adventure



Hyrule Warriors



In Hyrule Warriors, Treasures are Gold Skulltulas, Pieces of Heart, and Heart Containers that are hidden within Adventure Battle in Adventure Mode. The Treasures available in an Adventure Battle are shown on the Battle-Information Screen. On this Screen, Pieces of Heart and Heart Containers will have an icon of a Warrior's head, denoting which Warrior can obtain the Treasure. During the Battle, Pieces of Heart and Heart Containers are found inside Chests that appear after capturing certain Enemy Keeps. Adventure Battle with a Gold Skulltula Treasure will always have a second Gold Skulltula. As in Legend Mode, Gold Skulltulas will appear somewhere on the Stage after the requirements in Check Skulltulas have been met.[verification needed] However, both Gold Skulltulas cannot appear in the same Battle, requiring Warriors to complete the Adventure Battle at least twice.

In Hyrule Warriors Legends, as well as the previous Treasures, Fairy Clothing and Food can also be hidden in Adventure Battle as Treasure. The type of Fairy Clothing and Food are shown on the Battle-Information Screen. Like Pieces of Heart and Heart Containers, Fairy Clothing can be found in Chests that appear after capturing an Enemy Keep. Food Treasures are also found in Enemy Keeps but are hidden in brown Jars within the Keeps. The Food obtained will always be the Delicious version of the Food and once obtained for the first time, all three versions can occasionally drop from defeated Enemies and Warriors.

Nomenclature

  Names in Other Regions  
LanguageNamesMeanings
FrenchCA
Trésor (PH | ST)Treasure
FrenchEU
Trésor (PH | ST)[7][8]Treasure
German
Schatz (PH)[6] 
Italian
Tesoro (PH)[9] 
SpanishLA
Tesoro (PH)[5] 
SpanishEU
Tesoro (PH) 
This table was generated using translation pages.
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See here for the translations for the Treasures in Phantom Hourglass.
See here for the translations for the Treasures in Spirit Tracks.
See here for the translations for the Treasures in Skyward Sword.
See here for the translations for the Treasures in A Link Between Worlds.

Gallery

References

  1. The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass—Prima Official Game Guide, Prima Games, pg. 18
  2. "You can find treasures like this all over the world." — Joe (Spirit Tracks)
  3. "Treasure" — Battle-Information Screen (Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition)
  4. "While you carry this mysterious medal, treasure appears with greater frequency." — N/A (Skyward Sword)
  5. "Tesoros" — Inventory (Phantom Hourglass)
  6. "Schätze" — Inventory (Phantom Hourglass)
  7. "Trésors" — Inventory (Phantom Hourglass)
  8. "Trésors" — Inventory (Spirit Tracks)
  9. "Tesori" — Inventory (Phantom Hourglass)