Quivers are a recurring item in the The Legend of Zelda series.
They are specialized bags in which Link uses to carry Arrows for use with a Bow. It is often possible to acquire larger Quivers as Link progresses, thereby increasing the capacity of Arrows that Link can carry at a time.
Not all Zelda games include extra Quivers for carrying Arrows. In earlier games, such as A Link to the Past and Link's Awakening, Link's Arrow capacity is instead increased by the blessings of other characters, such as Venus and the Mad Batter.
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The Quiver upgrades can be obtained in any order, unless otherwise specified. Therefore, the first upgrade obtained will always be a medium-sized Quiver, while the next upgrade will be a larger Quiver.
|Game||Location||Method of Obtainment||Capacity||Image|
|Ocarina of Time||Forest Temple||Obtained with the Fairy Bow as the dungeon item.||30|
|Kakariko Village||Obtained by shooting all 10 targets at the Shooting Gallery as Adult Link.||40|
|Gerudo's Fortress||Obtained by scoring 1,500 points at the Horseback Archery Range.||50|
|Majora's Mask||Woodfall Temple||Obtained with the Hero's Bow as the dungeon item.||30|
|East Clock Town||Obtained by scoring 40 points at the Shooting Gallery.||40|
|Termina Field (in the road to Southern Swamp)||Obtained by achieving a perfect score at the Swamp Shooting Gallery.||50|
|The Wind Waker||Tower of the Gods||Obtained with the Hero's Bow as the dungeon item.||30|
|Western Fairy Island||Obtained from the Great Fairy.||60|
|Thorned Fairy Island||Obtained from the Great Fairy.||99|
|The Minish Cap||Castor Wilds||Obtained with the Bow.||30||(image needed)|
|Hyrule Castle Town||Purchased at Stockwell's Shop for 600 Rupees.||50|
|Wind Ruins||Obtained from a chest atop a beanstalk after fusing Kinstones with a Minish.||70||(image needed)|
|Royal Valley||Obtained from the Great Dragonfly Fairy after answering all her questions correctly.||99||(image needed)|
|Twilight Princess||Goron Mines||Obtained with the Hero's Bow as the dungeon item.||30|
|Hyrule Castle Town||Obtained by completing the STAR Game for the first time.||60|
|Hyrule Castle Town||Obtained by completing the STAR Game a second time after obtaining the Double Clawshot.||100|
|Phantom Hourglass||Temple of Courage||Obtained with the Bow as the dungeon item.|
|Molida Island||Obtained by scoring 1,700 points at the Shooting Gallery.|
|Molida or Mercay Island||Purchased at the Molida's Store or the Mercay's Store for 1,000 Rupees after completing the Temple of Courage.|
|Spirit Tracks||Fire Temple||Obtained with the Bow as the dungeon item.|
|Goron Village||Purchased at the Goron Country Store for 2,000 Rupees after completing the Fire Temple.|
|Pirate Hideout||Obtained by scoring between 3,000 and 4,000 point at the mini-game.|
|Skyward Sword||Sandship||Obtained with the Bow as the dungeon item.||20|
|Skyloft Bazaar||Purchased from the Gear Shop for 150 Rupees.||5 extra Arrows|
|The Sky||Obtained from a Goddess Chest in the Thunderhead.||5 extra Arrows|
|Skyloft Bazaar||Obtained by upgrading the Quiver to Lv2 at the Scrap Shop.||10 extra Arrows|
|Skyloft Bazaar||Obtained by upgrading the Quiver to Lv3 at the Scrap Shop.||15 extra Arrows|
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