Great Rupee Fairy

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Great Rupee Fairy
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Race Great Fairy
Gender Female
Game(s) A Link Between Worlds
Era Era of Light and Dark

The Great Rupee Fairy is a Great Fairy in A Link Between Worlds.

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Biography

The Great Rupee Fairy is found in Lorule, behind the Bomb Flower Store. Once Link have access to the Big Bomb Flower, the entrance to her fountain can be opened by blowing up the large rock in front of it.

When Link first enters the fountain, he can throw either 50 or 200 Rupees. By doing so, the Great Rupee Fairy will restore Link's Hearts and release some Fairies.[1] By throwing a total of 3,000 Rupees, she will grow back to her normal size and reward Link with a Bottle.[2]

Link will longer be able to make donations to the fountain after being given the Bottle, and therefore will not be able to see the Great Rupee Fairy anymore. However, Fairies can be seen in her fountain upon returning to the cave.

Trivia

  • The Great Rupee Fairy's fountain shares many similarities with the Pond of Happiness from A Link to the Past. Both appear as a square pond with a fence off edge and its residing Fairy can be summoned by throwing Rupees at it.

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References

  1. "A small token of gratitude." — Great Rupee Fairy (A Link Between Worlds)
  2. "Let me give you this bottle. May it prove useful in your travels." — Great Rupee Fairy (A Link Between Worlds)


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Language Name Meaning
Spanish Latin America Gran hada de las rupias Great Rupee Fairy
French Canada Grande fée des rubis Great Rupee Fairy