Monster Guts

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Monster Guts are recurring Items in The Legend of Zelda series.[1][2] Monster Guts go unnamed in Breath of the Wild and Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity.

Location and Uses

A Link Between Worlds

In A Link Between Worlds, Monster Guts can be found in Treasure Chests and by defeating Enemies. Ten of them can be used to brew a Purple Potion at the Witch's House.[1]

Tri Force Heroes

In Tri Force Heroes, Monster Guts are bronze-rarity Materials awarded for completing the following Levels and Drablands Challenges of the Volcano:

  • Blazing Trail, no challenge: one Monster Guts
  • Blazing Trail, "Evade the Wallmaster!": two Monster Guts
  • Hinox Mine, "Clear within the time limit!": two Monster Guts
  • Den of Flames, no challenge: two Monster Guts

They can also be won in the Coliseum and Daily Riches, or purchased from the Street Merchant for 250 Rupees each.

Monster Guts are one of the Materials used to make the Energy Gear and Goron Garb Outfits.[1]

Breath of the Wild



List of Monster Guts

Material
Description

A rare material obtained by defeating a Bokoblin. It convulses on its own every now and then, which is really creepy, but perhaps it has a use.

Value
Material
Description

This prized ingredient can be obtained from Moblins. Its odor is too pungent for normal food preparation, but stew it with some critters to make elixirs.

Value
Material
Description

This highly sought-after ingredient can only be obtained from a Lynel. It pulses with the vitality of a Lynel, a strength that makes it invaluable as an ingredient for elixirs.

Value
Material
Description

A giant organ obtained from a Molduga. This invaluable ingredient is hard to come by, and its use is shrouded in mystery.

Value
Material
Description

A giant, smelly Hinox organ of unknown function. Upon closer inspection, it appears to be quivering, It can be used to make an elixir, but some say it has other uses, as well.

Value
MaterialDescriptionValue

A rare material obtained by defeating a Bokoblin. It convulses on its own every now and then, which is really creepy, but perhaps it has a use.

This prized ingredient can be obtained from Moblins. Its odor is too pungent for normal food preparation, but stew it with some critters to make elixirs.

This highly sought-after ingredient can only be obtained from a Lynel. It pulses with the vitality of a Lynel, a strength that makes it invaluable as an ingredient for elixirs.

A giant organ obtained from a Molduga. This invaluable ingredient is hard to come by, and its use is shrouded in mystery.

A giant, smelly Hinox organ of unknown function. Upon closer inspection, it appears to be quivering, It can be used to make an elixir, but some say it has other uses, as well.

Tears of the Kingdom



List of Monster Guts

Material
Description

A rare material obtained by defeating a Bokoblin. It convulses on its own every now and then, which is really creepy, but perhaps it has a use.

Value
Material
Description

This prized ingredient can be obtained from Moblins. Its odor is too pungent for normal food preparation, but stew it with some critters to make elixirs.

Value
Material
Description

Rare material dropped by a Horriblin. It's very bitter and unsuitable for cooking, but it makes an effective elixir when cooked with a critter.

Value
Material
Description

The dried guts of a defeated Gibdo. It's said they're effective, vitality-rich ingredients that are useful in elixirs.

Value
Material
Description

A rare material dropped by a Boss Bokoblin. It moves constantly and looks grotesque. Toss into a stew with some critters to create elixirs.

Value
Material
Description

This highly sought-after ingredient can only be obtained from a Lynel. It pulses with the vitality of a Lynel, a strength that makes it invaluable as an ingredient for elixirs.

Value
Material
Description

A rare and precious, albeit creepy, material that pulses even after its former owner has been vanquished. Cook it with a critter to make a powerful elixir.

Value
Material
Description

Frox guts, still pulsing—possibly a vain attempt to circulate fluids through its former owner's large body. Cook it with a critter to make a powerful elixir.

Value
Material
Description

A giant organ obtained from a Molduga. This invaluable ingredient is hard to come by, and its use is shrouded in mystery.

Value
Material
Description

A giant, smelly Hinox organ of unknown function. Upon close inspection, it appears to be quivering. It can be used to make an elixir, but some say it has other uses as well.

Value
MaterialDescriptionValue

A rare material obtained by defeating a Bokoblin. It convulses on its own every now and then, which is really creepy, but perhaps it has a use.

This prized ingredient can be obtained from Moblins. Its odor is too pungent for normal food preparation, but stew it with some critters to make elixirs.

Rare material dropped by a Horriblin. It's very bitter and unsuitable for cooking, but it makes an effective elixir when cooked with a critter.

The dried guts of a defeated Gibdo. It's said they're effective, vitality-rich ingredients that are useful in elixirs.

A rare material dropped by a Boss Bokoblin. It moves constantly and looks grotesque. Toss into a stew with some critters to create elixirs.

This highly sought-after ingredient can only be obtained from a Lynel. It pulses with the vitality of a Lynel, a strength that makes it invaluable as an ingredient for elixirs.

A rare and precious, albeit creepy, material that pulses even after its former owner has been vanquished. Cook it with a critter to make a powerful elixir.

Frox guts, still pulsing—possibly a vain attempt to circulate fluids through its former owner's large body. Cook it with a critter to make a powerful elixir.

A giant organ obtained from a Molduga. This invaluable ingredient is hard to come by, and its use is shrouded in mystery.

A giant, smelly Hinox organ of unknown function. Upon close inspection, it appears to be quivering. It can be used to make an elixir, but some say it has other uses as well.

Other Appearances

Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity



List of Monster Guts

Item
Source
Description

A rare material obtained by defeating a Bokoblin. It convulses on its own every now and then, which is really creepy, but perhaps it has a use.

Item
Source
Description

A giant, smelly Hinox organ of unknown function. Upon closer inspection, it appears to be quivering. It is said to have some uses.

Item
Source
Description

This highly sought-after ingredient can only be obtained from a Lynel. It pulses with the vitality of a Lynel.

Item
Source
Description

This prized ingredient can be obtained from Moblins. Its odor is too pungent for normal food preparation, but there may be other uses for it.

Item
Source
Description

A giant organ obtained from a Molduga. This invaluable ingredient is hard to come by, and its many uses are shrouded in mystery.

ItemSourceDescription

A rare material obtained by defeating a Bokoblin. It convulses on its own every now and then, which is really creepy, but perhaps it has a use.

A giant, smelly Hinox organ of unknown function. Upon closer inspection, it appears to be quivering. It is said to have some uses.

This highly sought-after ingredient can only be obtained from a Lynel. It pulses with the vitality of a Lynel.

This prized ingredient can be obtained from Moblins. Its odor is too pungent for normal food preparation, but there may be other uses for it.

A giant organ obtained from a Molduga. This invaluable ingredient is hard to come by, and its many uses are shrouded in mystery.

Nomenclature

Names in Other Regions
LanguageNamesMeanings
Japan
Japanese
  • 魔物の肝 (Mamono no Kimo) (ALBW)[5]
  • マモノの肝 (Mamono no Kimo) (TFH)[6]
  •  
  • Monster's Liver
Canada
FrenchCA
Foie de monstre (ALBW | TFH)[14] 
The French Republic
FrenchEU
Foie de monstre (ALBW | TFH)[9][10] 
The Federal Republic of Germany
German
Monsterherz (ALBW | TFH)[7][8] 
The Italian Republic
Italian
Cuore di mostro (ALBW | TFH)[3][4]Monster's heart
The Republic of Korea
Korean
몬스터의 간 (Monseuteo-ui Gan) (ALBW)[13] 
Latin America
SpanishLA
  • Entrañas de monstruo (ALBW)[11]
  • Tripa repugnante (TFH)[12]
  •  
  •  
The Kingdom of Spain
SpanishEU
  • Entrañas de monstruo (ALBW)
  • Tripa repugnante (TFH)
  •  
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See Also

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 Encyclopedia, Dark Horse Books, pg. 132
  2. "Oh! Oh no! Maybe monster guts aren't a great secret ingredient..." — Calyban (Tears of the Kingdom)
  3. "Cuore di mostro
    Ingrediente principale della pozione viola
    Portalo alla vecchia strega!
    " — Gear (A Link Between Worlds)
  4. "Cuore di mostro" — Material List (Tri Force Heroes)
  5. "魔物の肝
    薬の素材の1つ
    魔法おばばの薬屋に持って行けば
    紫の薬を作ってもらえる
    " — Gear (A Link Between Worlds)
  6. "マモノの肝" — Material List (Tri Force Heroes)
  7. "Monsterherz
    Zutat für magische Tränke. Lasse dir damit im Magieshop ein lila Elixier brauen.
    " — Gear (A Link Between Worlds)
  8. "Monsterherz" — Material List (Tri Force Heroes)
  9. "Foie de monstre
    Ingrédient principal de la potion violette. Apportez-en à Mamie Magie !
    " — Gear (A Link Between Worlds)
  10. "Foie de monstre" — Material List (Tri Force Heroes)
  11. "Entrañas de monstruo
    Un ingrediente de poción. Llévalo a la bruja y te hará una poción púrpura.
    " — Gear (A Link Between Worlds)
  12. "Tripa repugnante" — Material List (Tri Force Heroes)
  13. "몬스터의 간
    약물 소재 중 하다
    마법 할머니의 약국에 가져가면
    자색물약을 만들 수 있다
    " — Gear (A Link Between Worlds)
  14. "Foie de monstre
    Ingrédient principal de la potion mauve. Apportez-en à la sorcière!
    " — Gear (A Link Between Worlds)