Great Fairy's Tears

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Great Fairy's Tears
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Game(s) Twilight Princess
Other media Hyrule Warriors Legends
Use(s) Restoring all Hearts
Temporarily doubling strength
Comparable Item(s) Elixir Soup

Great Fairy's Tears are an item in Twilight Princess. They are presumably full of tears that the Great Fairy has cried while praying. [1]

Uses and Location

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Great Fairy's Tears are a bottled item. When used, they restore all of Link Hearts and temporarily double Link's strength. Their function is similar to the Elixir Soup from The Wind Waker, but unlike the soup, a Bottle of these tears only holds one serving and wears off after a short time.

One Bottle of Fairy's Tears is given to Link by Jovani after capturing 20 Poe Souls. After this, Jovani will reveal that more can be found in the Gerudo Desert. This refers to the Cave of Ordeals, where Great Fairy's Tears are the reward from the Great Fairy after completing the cave. Clearing the cave also allows Link to receive a new Bottle of Great Fairy's Tears from the Spirits of Light in their springs around Hyrule.

Link can only acquire Tears from springs when he has none in his inventory. Completing the Cave of Ordeals again fills another empty Bottle with Great Fairy's Tears.

Non-Canon Appearances

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Hyrule Warriors Legends

In Hyrule Warriors Legends, Great Fairy's Tears appear as one of the Drink Fairy Food items, used in the My Fairy Dining Room to level up Fairy companions. It is associated with the element of Light.

Etymology

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Language Name Meaning
link= Japanese 大妖精の雫 (Dai Yousei no Shizuku) Big Fairy Drops
link= SpanishEU Rocío de la Gran Hada Dew of the Great Fairy
French-speaking countries French Larme de Fée Fairy Tears
link= German Feentau
link= Italian Gocce di fata radiosa

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References

  1. "You got the Great Fairy's Tears! This sacred water contains the Great Fairy's prayers." — N/A