Steel Train

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Steel Trains are recurring Items in The Legend of Zelda series.[2][1][note 1]

Location and Uses

Spirit Tracks

The Steel Train is the name given to the Spirit Train once it has been outfitted with the following Train Cars:

Car Type
Train Car
Cost
Description

This steam train appeals to strong, silent types everywhere.

Car Type
Train Car
Cost
Description

This steel cannon has unmatched accuracy. Its only hurdle is its weight.

Car Type
Train Car
Cost
Description

There may not be much room in this carriage, but it's incredibly safe.

Car Type
Train Car
Cost
Description

The sleek, black luster is reminiscent of trains from the good old days.

Car TypeTrain CarCostDescription

This steam train appeals to strong, silent types everywhere.

This steel cannon has unmatched accuracy. Its only hurdle is its weight.

There may not be much room in this carriage, but it's incredibly safe.

The sleek, black luster is reminiscent of trains from the good old days.

The Train Cars can be attached to the Spirit Train upon purchase from Linebeck Trading Company, or at any time thereafter at Alfonzo's house in Aboda Village. Used together, they give the Spirit Train a durability of 6 Hearts, up from its default of 4 Hearts. Aside from this boost in durability, the Steel Train is merely a change in appearance to suit the player's personal tastes.

Other Appearances

Hyrule Warriors Legends

In Hyrule Warriors Legends, Steel Trains appear as an Item Card on the Grand Travels Map in Adventure Mode, although only the Steel Engine is visible on the card. Although the Phantom Hourglass & Spirit Tracks Pack released simultaneously for Hyrule Warriors and Hyrule Warriors Legends, the Grand Travels Map was not included with the Phantom Hourglass & Spirit Tracks Pack for the original Hyrule Warriors, so Steel Trains were first introduced in the Phantom Hourglass & Spirit Tracks Pack for Hyrule Warriors Legends.[3][4] Because Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition came with all previous DLC packs included, Steel Trains are available from the moment Adventure Mode is unlocked.[5]

In similar fashion to the other train Item Cards, Steel Trains cannot be purchased in the Item Card Shop and can only be obtained by completing a battle that has a Steel Train as its victory reward.[6] Because the Grand Travels Map is split between Spirit Tracks and Phantom Hourglass-based sections, Steel Trains only appear as victory rewards of battles to the left of the pink dividing line. When a Steel Train is used, it activates an Engine Power that causes every battle across the entire map to get two random recommended Elements added to them.[1][7] The Engine Power provided by the Steel Train runs for three battles and cannot be overridden with another Engine or Captain Power.[8]

Steel Trains can be traded for a random delicious-type Food at the Linebeck Trading Company.[9] While searching a map space with the Linebeck Trading Company, any Item Card can be traded by selecting it.[10] After a single trade, the company will disappear from the space.[11] During a Two-for-One Sale, two delicious Food will be given instead of just one.[12]

Nomenclature

Names in Other Regions
LanguageNamesMeanings
The People's Republic of China
ChineseSI
钢铁列车 (Gāngtiě lièchē) (ST)[14] 
The Federal Republic of Germany
German
Stahlzug (HWDE)[13]Same as English.
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Notes

  1. This term refers only to a specific combination of Train Cars. In-game, the train itself is always called the Spirit Train.

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 "Steel Train: Adds random "Recommended" elements to all battles." — Tutorial (Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition)
  2. "Steel Train" (Encyclopedia, Dark Horse Books, pg. 290)
  3. "Phantom Hourglass & Spirit Tracks Pack
    This pack includes:
    New playable character: Toon Zelda
    New weapon: Sand Wand for Toon Link"
    — Nintendo, Expand your adventure with dlc packs , Zelda.com, retrieved November 30, 2021.
  4. "A new map for Adventure Mode" — Nintendo, Individual Packs , Zelda.com (web archive), retrieved November 30, 2021.
  5. "This new version brings every map, character, and mission from both the Wii U game and the Nintendo 3DS game together, including all the original premium downloadable content." — Nintendo, Nintendo Direct Mini 1.11.2018 , Youtube.com (video), published January 11, 2018, retrieved January 11, 2018.
  6. "You can't buy this Item Card." — Item Card Shop (Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition)
  7. "An Engine Power is affecting the entire Grand Travels Map!" — N/A (Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition)
  8. "Captain and Engine Powers will last for a limited amount of time. The powers' duration counters will decrease by one after each battle. When a counter reaches zero, the power will fade. Even if the battle you're fighting doesn't exactly benefit from the current power, the counter will still decrease, so use the items wisely! Captain and Engine Powers cannot override other Captain or Engine Powers. Once the power takes effect, it will remain in effect until the duration counter reaches zero." — Tutorial (Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition)
  9. "On map squares with the Linebeck Trading Company, you can swap one Item Card for food." — Tutorial (Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition)
  10. "We have a deal!
    I'll trade you some food for that Item Card!
    " — Linebeck Trading Company (Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition)
  11. "The Linebeck Trading Company disappears from the square after just a single trade but will pop up again after a certain number of battles." — Tutorial (Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition)
  12. "The Linebeck Trading Company will occasionally hold a Two-for-One Sale. During these promotions, trading an Item Card will get you double the usual amount of food in return." — Tutorial (Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition)
  13. "Stahlzug: Gibt jedem Abschnitt zwei empfohlene Elemente." — Tutorial (Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition)
  14. 塞尔达传说:百科全书, New Star Press, pg. 290