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Material
TFH Friendly Token.png
A Friendly Token from Tri Force Heroes
Game(s)
Other media Hyrule Warriors
Hyrule Warriors Legends
Comparable Item(s) Spoils
Treasure
Ingredient

Materials are a recurring type of item in The Legend of Zelda series used in creating new items.

Location and Uses

Tri Force Heroes

Materials in Tri Force Heroes are primarily found throughout the Drablands, although they can also be received as prizes for completing certain tasks or mini-games. Typically, at the end of a Level each Link is allowed to open one chest from a set of three, which contain two common Materials and one rare Material specific to that Level. Once the region's boss has been defeated, the Links can undertake Drablands Challenges that reward a different set of Materials. Materials are necessary for crafting Outfits to wear in the Drablands, which can be tailored at Madame Couture's by providing a recipe of Materials and a certain amount of Rupees.

Rarer Materials, used to make more powerful Outfits,[1] can also be acquired as rewards and prizes through other means. Materials can be won as prizes from the Daily Riches mini-game, and purchased as goods from the Street Merchant in town. The Freebie and Frilly Fabric Materials are exclusive to these places, respectively. Materials can also be won by winning matches in the Coliseum; however, the rarity of the Material received is random. There is also a 20% chance (40% in the 2.0.0 update) that the winner may win an exclusive, gold-ranked Material specific to the Coliseum's arena, such as the Supple Leaf from the Woodlands arena. Link can also receive these rare Materials from King Tuft whenever he completes all of the Drablands Challenges in a given Area,[2] however he can only receive one Material per Area in this way.

In the 2.1.0 update, Hero Points can be earned through completing Levels that the player did not initially vote for. These points can then be presented to the Street Merchant for free Materials; the kind he will give will be the Materials that Link still needs to craft unfinished Outfits. Through this, it is also possible to receive the rare, gold-ranked Materials normally only given by King Tuft or through the Coliseum. Friendly Tokens are not given through this way. Once Link has obtained all the necessary Materials to make the remaining Outfits (excluding those requiring Friendly Tokens), the Street Merchant will no longer give free Materials.

Friendly Tokens are Materials normally exclusive to the Faux Hero, as rewards for completing Levels alongside other players over local multiplayer or Download Play. The Faux Hero will only give one Friendly Token per friend. In the 2.0.0 update however, it is possible to purchase Friendly Tokens from the Street Merchant after lifting the curse off of Princess Styla.[3] Following the update, Friendly Tokens can also be obtained as one of the possible prizes from Daily Riches.

The Lady's Materials—the Lady's Glasses, Lady's Collar, and the Lady's Parasol—are quest items used to craft The Lady's Ensemble, and can only be obtained as part of normal story progression. They are obtained at the end of the Forest Temple, The Lady's Lair, and the Sky Temple, respectively, in addition to the normal Materials awarded for completing those Levels. They cannot be sold to the Street Merchant, as he finds witch Materials to be creepy.[4] Once they are all collected, the Outfit crafted from these special Materials grants Link the magical power necessary to lift Princess Styla's curse.[5]

List of Materials



Material Quality Description Location
TFH Lady's Glasses.png
Lady's Glasses
Sleek glasses to grace the nose of a sophisticated lady. Forest Temple Triforce piece.png
TFH Lady's Collar.png
Lady's Collar
A high-quality collar to adorn the neck of a stylish lady. The Lady's Lair Triforce piece.png
TFH Lady's Parasol.png
Lady's Parasol
A fabled item, untouched by grubby hands of drab mortals. Sky Temple Triforce piece.png
TFH Frilly Fabric.png
Frilly Fabric
A Street Merchant exclusive. It's supposedly handmade. Purchased from the Street Merchant
TFH Friendly Token.png
Friendly Token
More friends is better than none. So go get some, son! Gift from Faux Hero after connecting with someone new on local wireless or Download Play
Purchased from the Street Merchant after beating game Triforce piece.png
Daily Riches Triforce piece.png
TFH Freebie.png
Freebie
This will undoubtedly come in handy one day. Don't lose it! Daily Riches Triforce piece.png
TFH Blob Jelly.png
Blob Jelly
TFH Bronze Diamond Icon.png
Bronze
Blobs drop this. It's best not to question what it is... Deku Forest
Buzz Blob Cave
TFH Armos Spirit.png
Armos Spirit
TFH Bronze Diamond Icon.png
Bronze
When an Armos falls, its spirit remains for three days. Deku Forest
Moblin Base
TFH Tektite Shell.png
Tektite Shell
TFH Bronze Diamond Icon.png
Bronze
This is a good-luck charm! I mean...probably. Maybe? Deku Forest
Buzz Blob Cave
Moblin Base
Forest Temple
TFH Sweet Shroom.png
Sweet Shroom
TFH Silver Diamond Icon.png
Silver
Somewhat poisonous, but it smells like a sweet dream. Deku Forest
Buzz Blob Cave
Moblin Base
Forest Temple
TFH Blin Bling.png
Blin Bling
TFH Silver Diamond Icon.png
Silver
Only Big Blins manage to amass this kind of glitz. Deku Forest
Buzz Blob Cave
Moblin Base
Forest Temple
TFH Gohma's Eye.png
Gohma's Eye
TFH Silver Diamond Icon.png
Silver
Pure gold/emerald. Beauty is in the eye of the Gohma. Buzz Blob Cave
Moblin Base
Forest Temple
TFH Mystery Jade.png
Mystery Jade
TFH Gold Diamond Icon.png
Gold
Nobody knows where this comes from. Mysterious! Moblin Base
Forest Temple
TFH Supple Leaf.png
Supple Leaf
TFH Gold Diamond Icon.png
Gold
A jiggly leaf brimming with collagen. So soft and elastic! Received from King Tuft once all Woodlands Drablands Challenges are completed
TFH Fresh Kelp.png
Fresh Kelp
TFH Bronze Diamond Icon.png
Bronze
Grown far from the sea, so it's low on minerals. Secret Fortress
Abyss of Agony
TFH Zora Scale.png
Zora Scale
TFH Bronze Diamond Icon.png
Bronze
Scales that grow as a Zora grows. This one's enormous! Secret Fortress
Abyss of Agony
Cove of Transition
TFH Hytopian Silk.png
Hytopian Silk
TFH Bronze Diamond Icon.png
Bronze
Spun from the cocoons of rather dapper silkworms. Secret Fortress
Abyss of Agony
Cove of Transition
Water Temple
TFH Aqua Crown.png
Aqua Crown
TFH Silver Diamond Icon.png
Silver
When an impure soul dons this, it evaporates. Harsh! Secret Fortress
Abyss of Agony
Cove of Transition
Water Temple
TFH Octorok Sucker.png
Octorok Sucker
TFH Silver Diamond Icon.png
Silver
A Drablands delicacy! Eat it raw or cook it to perfection. Secret Fortress
Abyss of Agony
Cove of Transition
Water Temple
TFH Fairy Dust.png
Fairy Dust
TFH Silver Diamond Icon.png
Silver
Cute dust that fairies sneeze. It has a million uses. Abyss of Agony
Cove of Transition
Water Temple
TFH Rainbow Coral.png
Rainbow Coral
TFH Gold Diamond Icon.png
Gold
So beautiful, folks travel from faraway lands to nab one. Cove of Transition
Water Temple
TFH Thornberry.png
Thornberry
TFH Gold Diamond Icon.png
Gold
Too spiky to eat, but it makes a fine fabric. Received from King Tuft once all Riverside Drablands Challenges are completed
TFH Goron Ore.png
Goron Ore
TFH Bronze Diamond Icon.png
Bronze
Named for its Goron-like sturdiness. And musk. Blazing Trail
Hinox Mine
TFH Monster Guts.png
Monster Guts
TFH Bronze Diamond Icon.png
Bronze
Madame Couture's favorite! It's loaded with iron. Blazing Trail
Hinox Mine
Den of Flames
TFH Demon Fossil.png
Demon Fossil
TFH Bronze Diamond Icon.png
Bronze
Cheap knockoffs abound, but this one's the real deal. Blazing Trail
Hinox Mine
Den of Flames
Fire Temple
TFH Rugged Horn.png
Rugged Horn
TFH Silver Diamond Icon.png
Silver
Would look cool in a piercing or hanging above a doorway. Blazing Trail
Hinox Mine
Den of Flames
Fire Temple
TFH Kodongo Tail.png
Kodongo Tail
TFH Silver Diamond Icon.png
Silver
Don't worry–Kodongos can regrow their tails over time. Blazing Trail
Hinox Mine
Den of Flames
Fire Temple
TFH Keese Wing.png
Keese Wing
TFH Silver Diamond Icon.png
Silver
Use it to brew an invigorating tea, or grind for a purple dye. Hinox Mine
Den of Flames
Fire Temple
TFH Star Fragment.png
Star Fragment
TFH Gold Diamond Icon.png
Gold
Prized as a gift from the sky, this rock is out of this world! Den of Flames
Fire Temple
TFH Divine Whiskers.png
Divine Whiskers
TFH Gold Diamond Icon.png
Gold
From the maw of a sacred beast, grown over millennia. Received from King Tuft once all Volcano Drablands Challenges are completed
TFH Fluffy Fuzz.png
Fluffy Fuzz
TFH Bronze Diamond Icon.png
Bronze
So soft, you'll want to rub your face all over it. Frozen Plateau
Snowball Ravine
TFH Tiny Snowflake.png
Tiny Snowflake
TFH Bronze Diamond Icon.png
Bronze
Fragile and delicate. These only form at -25 degrees. Frozen Plateau
Snowball Ravine
Silver Shrine
TFH Serpent Fangs.png
Serpent Fangs
TFH Bronze Diamond Icon.png
Bronze
Razor-sharp fangs that can pierce through anything. Frozen Plateau
Snowball Ravine
Silver Shrine
Ice Temple
TFH Crimson Shell.png
Crimson Shell
TFH Silver Diamond Icon.png
Silver
A mysterious shell that never misses a foe when thrown. Frozen Plateau
Snowball Ravine
Silver Shrine
Ice Temple
TFH Freezard Water.png
Freezard Water
TFH Silver Diamond Icon.png
Silver
Formerly a Freezard. Now the purest of pure water. Frozen Plateau
Snowball Ravine
Silver Shrine
Ice Temple
TFH Chill Stone.png
Chill Stone
TFH Silver Diamond Icon.png
Silver
Guaranteed to keep its cool at all times. Can you dig it? Snowball Ravine
Silver Shrine
Ice Temple
TFH Ice Rose.png
Ice Rose
TFH Gold Diamond Icon.png
Gold
This rare flower only blooms in the coldest conditions. Silver Shrine
Ice Temple
TFH Beastie Patch.png
Beastie Patch
TFH Gold Diamond Icon.png
Gold
A bandage for beasts. Helps wounds heal faster. Received from King Tuft once all Ice Cavern Drablands Challenges are completed
TFH Stiff Puff.png
Stiff Puff
TFH Bronze Diamond Icon.png
Bronze
It looks puffy, but it's actually rock solid. Go figure! Sealed Gateway
Bomb Storage
TFH Silver Thread.png
Silver Thread
TFH Bronze Diamond Icon.png
Bronze
Spun from glinting gossamer. Antibacterial and deodorizing. Sealed Gateway
Bomb Storage
Training Ground
TFH Royal Ring.png
Royal Ring
TFH Bronze Diamond Icon.png
Bronze
A ring with a royal legacy. Unfit for "commoner" fingers. Sealed Gateway
Bomb Storage
Training Ground
The Lady's Lair
TFH Antique Coin.png
Antique Coin
TFH Silver Diamond Icon.png
Silver
Everyone loves gold! Keep this somewhere safe. Sealed Gateway
Bomb Storage
Training Ground
The Lady's Lair
TFH Fancy Fabric.png
Fancy Fabric
TFH Silver Diamond Icon.png
Silver
A master artisan slaved over this for decades. Pretty, yes? Sealed Gateway
Bomb Storage
Training Ground
The Lady's Lair
TFH Exquisite Lace.png
Exquisite Lace
TFH Silver Diamond Icon.png
Silver
Such detail! Sadly, they don't make 'em like this anymore. Bomb Storage
Training Ground
The Lady's Lair
TFH Vibrant Brooch.png
Vibrant Brooch
TFH Gold Diamond Icon.png
Gold
Such vibrant colors! Sure to make strangers jealous. Training Ground
The Lady's Lair
TFH Brittle Papyrus.png
Brittle Papyrus
TFH Gold Diamond Icon.png
Gold
Love letters written on this supposedly always work. Received from King Tuft once all Fortress Drablands Challenges are completed
TFH Palm Cone.png
Palm Cone
TFH Bronze Diamond Icon.png
Bronze
Taken from trees that can go for centuries without water. Infinity Dunes
Stone Corridors
TFH Ancient Fin.png
Ancient Fin
TFH Bronze Diamond Icon.png
Bronze
Smells heavenly when baked. Cook too long and it hardens. Infinity Dunes
Stone Corridors
Gibdo Mausoleum
TFH Vintage Linen.png
Vintage Linen
TFH Bronze Diamond Icon.png
Bronze
How to make this is a family secret. Enough said! Infinity Dunes
Stone Corridors
Gibdo Mausoleum
Desert Temple
TFH Gibdo Bandage.png
Gibdo Bandage
TFH Silver Diamond Icon.png
Silver
Gibdos like to clean, like cats. They aren't as cute, though. Infinity Dunes
Stone Corridors
Gibdo Mausoleum
Desert Temple
TFH Stal Skull.png
Stal Skull
TFH Silver Diamond Icon.png
Silver
Did you know Stalbone can be used as a white dye? Infinity Dunes
Stone Corridors
Gibdo Mausoleum
Desert Temple
TFH Sandy Ribbon.png
Sandy Ribbon
TFH Silver Diamond Icon.png
Silver
A magic ribbon that can rouse a sandstorn when shaken. Stone Corridors
Gibdo Mausoleum
Desert Temple
TFH Crystal Skull.png
Crystal Skull
TFH Gold Diamond Icon.png
Gold
The secrets this thing must hold! Probably diseases too. Gibdo Mausoleum
Desert Temple
TFH Golden Insect.png
Golden Insect
TFH Gold Diamond Icon.png
Gold
Some of these things are worth more than actual gold. Received from King Tuft once all The Dunes Drablands Challenges are completed
TFH Carrumpkin.png
Carrumpkin
TFH Bronze Diamond Icon.png
Bronze
This carrot loved autumn so much, it became a pumpkin. Illusory Mansion
Palace Noir
TFH Mystery Extract.png
Mystery Extract
TFH Bronze Diamond Icon.png
Bronze
Nobody knows what this is...That's probably for the best. Illusory Mansion
Palace Noir
Lone Labyrinth
TFH Spider Silk Lace.png
Spider Silk Lace
TFH Bronze Diamond Icon.png
Bronze
Made from unbreakable and totally creepy spider thread. Illusory Mansion
Palace Noir
Lone Labyrinth
Grim Temple
TFH Poe Soul.png
Poe Soul
TFH Silver Diamond Icon.png
Silver
A Poe hides its soul not in its body, but elsewhere. Illusory Mansion
Palace Noir
Lone Labyrinth
Grim Temple
TFH Twisted Twig.png
Twisted Twig
TFH Silver Diamond Icon.png
Silver
A highly prized talisman said to ensure marital bliss. Illusory Mansion
Palace Noir
Lone Labyrinth
Grim Temple
TFH Lava Drop.png
Lava Drop
TFH Silver Diamond Icon.png
Silver
A fire spirit's tear, perhaps? Carrying one is good luck. Palace Noir
Lone Labyrinth
Grim Temple
TFH Sanctuary Mask.png
Sanctuary Mask
TFH Gold Diamond Icon.png
Gold
A mask used to ward off evil. It's seemingly ineffective... Lone Labyrinth
Grim Temple
TFH Gold Dust.png
Gold Dust
TFH Gold Diamond Icon.png
Gold
Looks like sand, but it's sooo much more. CHA-CHING! Received from King Tuft once all The Ruins Drablands Challenges are completed
TFH Cucco Feathers.png
Cucco Feathers
TFH Bronze Diamond Icon.png
Bronze
Cuccos are always losing and regrowing feathers. Weirdos. Floating Garden
Deception Castle
TFH Carmine Pearl.png
Carmine Pearl
TFH Bronze Diamond Icon.png
Bronze
A red jewel from the sky. Often called a "sun seed". Floating Garden
Deception Castle
Dragon Citadel
TFH Sky Dragon Tail.png
Sky Dragon Tail
TFH Bronze Diamond Icon.png
Bronze
An Aeralfos tail. It's pliable, strong, and oh-so rare. Floating Garden
Deception Castle
Dragon Citadel
Sky Temple
TFH Pretty Plume.png
Pretty Plume
TFH Silver Diamond Icon.png
Silver
A feather that charms man and beast alike. Women too. Floating Garden
Deception Castle
Dragon Citadel
Sky Temple
TFH Mock Fairy.png
Mock Fairy
TFH Silver Diamond Icon.png
Silver
Threatened fairies conjure these up as decoys. Floating Garden
Deception Castle
Dragon Citadel
Sky Temple
TFH Aurora Stone.png
Aurora Stone
TFH Silver Diamond Icon.png
Silver
A large stone with a hefty helping of aurora aura. Deception Castle
Dragon Citadel
Sky Temple
TFH Steel Mask.png
Steel Mask
TFH Gold Diamond Icon.png
Gold
A speck of this steel makes swords way stronger. Dragon Citadel
Sky Temple
TFH Fabled Butterfly.png
Fabled Butterfly
TFH Gold Diamond Icon.png
Gold
An ethereal butterfly, only visible to the very valorous. Received from King Tuft once all Sky Realm Drablands Challenges are completed

Breath of the Wild

Materials in Breath of the Wild can be found all throughout Hyrule, after defeating enemies, in Treasure Chests, or hunting for food. They cover a wide variety of items, and as such have a wide variety of uses. Materials can sometimes be eaten raw, but are best cooked together to create much more nourishing Food, that restore more hearts and have other positive effects. Materials can be sold for Rupees as well. Each type of Material occupies its own slot. There are 40 slots and a maximum capacity of 99 Materials per slot.[verification needed]

List of Materials

Material Description Additional uses
BotW Acorn Icon.png
Acorn
Often found on the ground near trees. Squirrels adore this nut, so you may have competition while foraging. Add one to a meal for a nutty seasoning. Restores one and a quarter Hearts
BotW Amber Icon.png
Amber
A fossilized resin with a caramelesque sheen to it. It's been valued as a component in decorations and crafting since ancient times.
BotW Ancient Gear Icon.png
Ancient Gear
A gear used in ancient machinery. Despite being incredibly old, it’s build quality is leaps and bounds above anything built using current technology
BotW Ancient Screw Icon.png
Ancient Screw
A screw used in ancient machinery. It's made of an unknown material, and no matter how many times it's turned, its threads never seem to show sign of wear.
BotW Ancient Shaft Icon.png
Ancient Shaft
A machine part used in ancient machinery. It's incredibly sturdy, and it's not made of any recognizable material. It may come in handy someday.
BotW Ancient Spring Icon.png
Ancient Spring
A spring used in ancient machinery. It is light and buoyant enough to float on water, and no matter how many times it's compressed, it never loses tension.
BotW Apple Icon.png
Apple
A common fruit found on trees all around Hyrule. Eat it fresh, or cook it to increase its effect. Restores half a Heart
BotW Bird Meat Icon.png
Bird Meat
This meat is tougher and chewier than a standard Steak. Tastes better cooked. Restores two Hearts
BotW Blue Nightshade Icon.png
Blue Nightshade
A plant that grows in quieter areas of Hyrule. At night, it gives off a soft glow. Cook with it to increase your stealth.
BotW Bokoblin Fang Icon.png
Bokoblin Fang
A sharp tooth obtained from a Bokoblin. You can sell it, but it also has other uses.
BotW Bokoblin Horn Icon.png
Bokoblin Horn
The severed horn of a Bokoblin, a creature often encountered in the plains of Hyrule. The horn isn't edible, but it can be tossed into a stew with some critters to make an elixir.
BotW Bokoblin Liver Icon.png
Bokoblin Liver
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.
BotW Chuchu Jelly Icon.png
Chuchu Jelly
A gelatinous substance that came from a Chuchu. It's unusable in this state, but applying a bit of elemental stimulation will change its form.
BotW Courser Bee Honey Icon.png
Courser Bee Honey
Sweet honey chock-full of nutrients! Rather than eating it raw, try cooking with it to unlock its stamina-restoring effects. Restores two Hearts
BotW Endura Shroom Icon.png
Endura Shroom
A rare yellowish-orange mushroom. Cook it before eating to temporarily increase your stamina limit. Restores one Heart
BotW Flint Icon.png
Flint
Strike it with a metallic weapon to generate a spark. The portable fire starter breaks after one use, but it can create a long-lasting flame if you use it near firewood.
BotW Hearty Radish Icon.png
Hearty Radish
A rare radish that grows best in sunny plains. Cook it before eating to temporarily increase your maximum hearts. Restores two and a half Hearts
BotW Hearty Truffle Icon.png
Hearty Truffle
This rare mushroom has a rich scent. Cook it before eating to temporarily increase your maximum hearts. Restores two Hearts
BotW Hightail Lizard Icon.png
Hightail Lizard
A lizard that darts off quickly when it senses danger. Cook it alongside monster parts to increase your movement speed.
BotW Hot-Footed Frog Icon.png
Hot-Footed Frog
An energetic frog that can be found hopping around near water. Cook it with monster parts to draw out its speed-boost effect.
BotW Hylian Shroom Icon.png
Hylian Shroom
A common mushroom found near trees around Hyrule. Eat it to restore half a heart. Restores half a Heart
BotW Hyrule Bass Icon.png
Hyrule Bass
An ordinary fish that can be found all over Hyrule. Can be eaten raw, but its healing effects are amplified when cooked. Restores one Heart
BotW Hyrule Herb Icon.png
Hyrule Herb
This healthy herb grows abundantly in the plains of Hyrule. Cook it before eating to increase the number of hearts it restores. Restores one Heart
BotW Ice Keese Wing Icon.png
Ice Keese Wing
A rare Ice Keese wing. Its frozen surface gleams attractively, but its usefulness isn't readily apparent.
BotW Keese Eyeball Icon.png
Keese Eyeball
A rare material dropped by a defeated Keese. It's fun to look at, but it doesn't seem to have much use at first glance. But it must be good for something...
BotW Keese Wing Icon.png
Keese Wing
The wing of a Keese. It's covered with very short, sharp fur. It's not much use by itself, but you can mix it with critters to make something useful.
BotW Lizalfos Horn Icon.png
Lizalfos Horn
BotW Lizalfos Talon Icon.png
Lizalfos Talon
BotW Moblin Fang Icon.png
Moblin Fang
BotW Moblin Horn Icon.png
Moblin Horn
BotW Opal Icon.png
Opal
A valuable ore that gives off a mesmerizing iridescence similar to the inside of a seashell. It contains the power of water.
BotW Palm Fruit Icon.png
Palm Fruit
Fruit from palm trees that grow near the ocean. It doesn't offer any special effects but will increase your heart recovery when used as an ingredient. Restores one Heart
BotW Prime Steak Icon.png
Prime Steak
A fresh, high-quality piece of animal meat. This stuff isn't easy to come by, so savor it. Cook it to recover more hearts. Restores one and a half Hearts
BotW Raw Meat Icon.png
Raw Meat
Meat obtained from animals in plains and forests. You can eat it raw, but cooking it will make it more delicious and nutritious. Restores one Heart
BotW Restless Cricket Icon.png
Restless Cricket
A very energetic cricket. Cook it with monster parts to create a stamina-recovery elixir.
BotW Rock Salt Icon.png
Rock Salt
Crystallized salt from the ancient sea commonly used to season meals. Cannot be eaten in this form.
BotW Ruby Icon.png
Ruby
A valuable material mined from large stones in Hyrule. Rubies hold the power of fire within them. Can be sold for a very high price.
BotW Rushroom Icon.png
Rushroom
A mushroom that can grow almost anywhere but prefers ceilings and sheer cliffs. Cook it before eating to temporarily increase your movement speed. Restores half a Heart
BotW Sapphire Icon.png
Sapphire
A valuable blue gem mined from natural rock formations. Sapphires are said to contain the essence of ice within them. Sells for a very high price.
BotW Silent Shroom Icon.png
Silent Shroom
A strange mushroom that glows quietly in the forest at night. Cook it before eating to temporarily gain increased stealth. Restores half a Heart
BotW Sizzlewing Butterfly Icon.png
Sizzlewing Butterfly
A butterfly found in the woods and plains of warm regions. Its wings absorb the warmth of the sun. Cook it with monster parts to create an elixir that makes you feel warm and fuzzy.
BotW Spicy Pepper Icon.png
Spicy Pepper
This pepper is exploding with spice. Cook with it to create dishes that will raise your body temperature and help you withstand the cold. Restores half a Heart
BotW Stamella Shroom Icon.png
Stamella Shroom
A green mushroom that grows near trees in the forest. It's chock-full of natural energy. Cook it to release its stamina-restoration properties. Restores one Heart
BotW Sunset Firefly Icon.png
Sunset Firefly
These fireflies glow gently in the dark. When cooked with monster parts, the compound that causes it to glow results in an elixir that will allow you to move more quietly.
BotW Topaz Icon.png
Topaz
This rare yellow gem is said to contain electrical powers and can be sold for a high price.
BotW White Chuchu Jelly Icon.png
White Chuchu Jelly
A jiggly substance that came from a White Chuchu. It's cool to the touch, and squeezing it seems to relieve stress. If struck, it will explode in a cold mist.
BotW Wood Icon.png
Wood
A portable bundle of wood. You can use this to make a campfire if you have something to light it.

Non-Canon Appearances

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Hyrule Warriors

In Hyrule Warriors, Materials are similar to Spoils and Treasures in that each Material is a unique object possessed by the enemy that dropped it, such as their hair or weapons. Materials are dropped by nearly every enemy type except Cuccos and infantry soldiers, and only when the enemy does not drop a Weapon Bag. They come in three rarities, with at most two rarities of item for each enemy type. The most common are Bronze Materials, which are the only item drops for the basic infantry Captains. Silver Materials are dropped by unique Captains, Warriors, and giant bosses. Rare Gold Materials are dropped only by Warriors and giant bosses. Enemies can be influenced to drop their rarer Materials by using weapons with the "Material+" Skill, or by activating the identical boon while using Focus Spirit.

Materials are primarily used to craft Badges for the playable Warriors, with each Badge having its own recipe of specific Materials. Materials can also be used to brew one-use elixirs by consuming a set amount of any Material of a given rarity.

List of Materials

Enemy Materials
Enemy Bronze Silver
HWL VS Bulblin Captain Icon.png
Bulblin
HW Metal Plate Icon.png
Metal Plate
HWL VS Stalchild Captain Icon.png
Stalchild
HW Monster Tooth Icon.png
Monster Tooth
HWL VS Bokoblin Captain Icon.png
Bokoblin
HW Old Rag Icon.png
Old Rag
HWL VS Hylian Soldier Icon.png
Hylian Soldier
HW Soldier's Uniform Icon.png
Soldier's Uniform
HWL VS Goron Captain 2 Icon.png
Goron
HW Rock Icon.png
Rock
HWL VS Aeralfos Icon.png
Aeralfos
HW Aeralfos Leather Icon.png
Aeralfos Leather
HW Round Aeralfos Shield Icon.png
Round Aeralfos Shield
HWL VS Fiery Aeralfos Icon.png
Fiery Aeralfos
HW Fiery Aeralfos Leather Icon.png
Fiery Aeralfos Leather
HW Fiery Aeralfos Wing Icon.png
Fiery Aeralfos Wing
HWL VS Gibdo Icon.png
Gibdo
HW Gibdo Bandage Icon.png
Gibdo Bandage
HW Heavy Gibdo Sword Icon.png
Heavy Gibdo Sword
HWL VS ReDead Knight Icon.png
ReDead Knight
HW ReDead Bandage Icon.png
ReDead Bandage
HW ReDead Knight Ashes Icon.png
ReDead Knight Ashes
HWL VS Lizalfos Icon.png
Lizalfos
HW Lizalfos Scale Icon.png
Lizalfos Scale
HW Lizalfos Gauntlet Icon.png
Lizalfos Gauntlet
HWL VS Dinolfos Icon.png
Dinolfos
HW Dinolfos Fang Icon.png
Dinolfos Fang
HW Dinolfos Arm Guard Icon.png
Dinolfos Arm Guard
HWL VS Moblin Icon.png
Moblin
HW Moblin Flank Icon.png
Moblin Flank
HW Moblin Spear Icon.png
Moblin Spear
HWL VS Moblin Shield Icon.png
Shield Moblin
HW Shield Moblin Helmet Icon.png
Shield Moblin Helmet
HW Metal Moblin Shield Icon.png
Metal Moblin Shield
HWL VS Darknut Icon.png
Darknut
HW Piece of Darknut Armor Icon.png
Piece of Darknut Armor
HW Large Darknut Sword Icon.png
Large Darknut Sword
HWL VS Stalmaster Icon.png
Stalmaster
HW Stalmaster Wrist Bone Icon.png
Stalmaster Wrist Bone
HW Stalmaster's Skull Icon.png
Stalmaster's Skull
HWL VS Big Poe Icon.png
Big Poe
HW Big Poe Necklace Icon.png
Big Poe Necklace
HW Big Poe's Lantern Icon.png
Big Poe's Lantern
HWL VS Icy Big Poe Icon.png
Icy Big Poe
HW Essence of Icy Big Poe Icon.png
Essence of Icy Big Poe
HW Icy Big Poe's Talisman Icon.png
Icy Big Poe's Talisman
HWL VS Hylian Captain 1 Icon.png
Hylian Captain
HW Hylian Captain Gauntlet Icon.png
Hylian Captain Gauntlet
HW Holy Hylian Shield Icon.png
Holy Hylian Shield
HWL VS Goron Captain 1 Icon.png
Goron Captain
HW Goron Armor Breastplate Icon.png
Goron Armor Breastplate
HW Thick Goron Helmet Icon.png
Thick Goron Helmet
Boss Materials
Boss Silver Gold
HWL VS Ganon Icon.png
Ganon
HW Ganon's Mane Icon.png
Ganon's Mane
HW Ganon's Fang Icon.png
Ganon's Fang
HWL VS King Dodongo Icon.png
King Dodongo
HW King Dodongo's Claws Icon.png
King Dodongo's Claws
HW King Dodongo's Crystal Icon.png
King Dodongo's Crystal
HWL VS Gohma Icon.png
Gohma
HW Gohma's Acid Icon.png
Gohma's Acid
HW Gohma's Lens Icon.png
Gohma's Lens
HWL VS Manhandla Icon.png
Manhandla
HW Manhandla's Toxic Dust Icon.png
Manhandla's Toxic Dust
HW Manhandla's Sapling Icon.png
Manhandla's Sapling
HWL VS Argorok Icon.png
Argorok
HW Argorok's Embers Icon.png
Argorok's Embers
HW Argorok's Stone Icon.png
Argorok's Stone
HWL VS The Imprisoned Icon.png
The Imprisoned
HW The Imprisoned's Scales Icon.png
The Imprisoned's Scales
HW The Imprisoned's Pillar Icon.png
The Imprisoned's Pillar
HWL VS Cia Icon.png
Cia
HW Cia's Bracelet Icon.png
Cia's Bracelet
HW Cia's Staff Icon.png
Cia's Staff
HWL VS Volga Icon.png
Volga
HW Volga's Helmet Icon.png
Volga's Helmet
HW Volga's Dragon Spear Icon.png
Volga's Dragon Spear
HWL VS Wizzro Icon.png
Wizzro
HW Wizzro's Robe Icon.png
Wizzro's Robe
HW Wizzro's Ring Icon.png
Wizzro's Ring
HWL VS Link Icon.png
Link
HWL VS Young Link Icon.png
Young Link
HW Link's Boots Icon.png
Link's Boots
HW Link's Scarf Icon.png
Link's Scarf
HWL VS Lana Icon.png
Lana
HW Lana's Hair Clip Icon.png
Lana's Hair Clip
HW Lana's Cloak Icon.png
Lana's Cloak
HWL VS Zelda Icon.png
Zelda
HW Zelda's Brooch Icon.png
Zelda's Brooch
HW Zelda's Tiara Icon.png
Zelda's Tiara
HWL VS Impa Icon.png
Impa
HW Impa's Hair Band Icon.png
Impa's Hair Band
HW Impa's Breastplate Icon.png
Impa's Breastplate
HWL VS Ganondorf Icon.png
Ganondorf
HW Ganondorf's Gauntlet Icon.png
Ganondorf's Gauntlet
HW Ganondorf's Jewel Icon.png
Ganondorf's Jewel
HWL VS Sheik Icon.png
Sheik
HW Sheik's Kunai Icon.png
Sheik's Kunai
HW Sheik's Turban Icon.png
Sheik's Turban
HWL VS Darunia Icon.png
Darunia
HW Darunia's Spikes Icon.png
Darunia's Spikes
HW Darunia's Bracelet Icon.png
Darunia's Bracelet
HWL VS Ruto Icon.png
Ruto
HW Ruto's Earrings Icon.png
Ruto's Earrings
HW Ruto's Scale Icon.png
Ruto's Scale
HWL VS Agitha Icon.png
Agitha
HW Agitha's Basket Icon.png
Agitha's Basket
HW Agitha's Pendant Icon.png
Agitha's Pendant
HWL VS Midna Icon.png
Midna
HWL VS Twili Midna Icon.png
Twili Midna
HW Midna's Hair Icon.png
Midna's Hair
HW Midna's Fused Shadow Icon.png
Midna's Fused Shadow
HWL VS Fi Icon.png
Fi
HW Fi's Heels Icon.png
Fi's Heels
HW Fi's Crystal Icon.png
Fi's Crystal
HWL VS Ghirahim Icon.png
Ghirahim
HW Ghirahim's Sash Icon.png
Ghirahim's Sash
HW Ghirahim's Cape Icon.png
Ghirahim's Cape
HWL VS Zant Icon.png
Zant
HW Zant's Magic Gem Icon.png
Zant's Magic Gem
HW Zant's Helmet Icon.png
Zant's Helmet

Hyrule Warriors Legends

Materials in Hyrule Warriors Legends are primarily the same as those in Hyrule Warriors, with the addition of new Materials for Warriors who did not yield any in Hyrule Warriors, as well as for monsters and Warriors who exist exclusively in Hyrule Warriors Legends. Certain Warriors, such as Young Link and Twili Midna, also received their own set of Materials apart from their counterparts.

List of Materials

Enemy Materials
Enemy Bronze Silver
Miniblin HWL Monster Horn Icon.png
Monster Horn
Big Blin HWL Big Blin Hide Icon.png
Big Blin Hide
HWL Big Blin Club Icon.png
Big Blin Club
Stone Blin HWL Stone Blin Buckler Icon.png
Stone Blin Buckler
HWL Stone Blin Helmet Icon.png
Stone Blin Helmet
Enemy Materials
Enemy Silver Gold
HWL VS The Imprisoned Icon.png
The Imprisoned (Miniature Version)
HW The Imprisoned's Scales Icon.png
The Imprisoned's Scales
HW The Imprisoned's Pillar Icon.png
The Imprisoned's Pillar
Boss Materials
Boss Silver Gold
Helmaroc King HWL Helmaroc Plume Icon.png
Helmaroc Plume
HWL Helmaroc King's Mask Icon.png
Helmaroc King's Mask
Phantom Ganon HWL Phantom Ganon's Cape Icon.png
Phantom Ganon's Cape
HWL Phantom Ganon's Sword Icon.png
Phantom Ganon's Sword
HWS King Daphnes Mini Map Icon.png
King Daphnes
HWL King Daphnes's Robe Icon.png
King Daphnes's Robe
HWL King Daphnes's Crown Icon.png
King Daphnes's Crown
HWS Linkle Mini Map Icon.png
Linkle
HWL Linkle's Boots Icon.png
Linkle's Boots
HWL Linkle's Compass Icon.png
Linkle's Compass
HWS Marin Mini Map Icon.png
Marin
HW Zelda's Brooch Icon.png
Zelda's Brooch
HW Zelda's Tiara Icon.png
Zelda's Tiara
HWS Medli Mini Map Icon.png
Medli
HW Ruto's Earrings Icon.png
Ruto's Earrings
HW Ruto's Scale Icon.png
Ruto's Scale
HWS Skull Kid Mini Map Icon.png
Skull Kid
HWL Skull Kid's Hat Icon.png
Skull Kid's Hat
HWL Majora's Mask Icon.png
Majora's Mask
HWS Tetra Mini Map Icon.png
Tetra
HWS Toon Zelda Mini Map Icon.png
Toon Zelda
HWL Tetra's Sandals Icon.png
Tetra's Sandals
HWL Tetra's Bandana Icon.png
Tetra's Bandana
HWL VS Tingle Icon.png
Tingle
HWL Tingle's Map Icon.png
Tingle's Map
HWL Tingle's Watch Icon.png
Tingle's Watch
HWS Toon Link Mini Map Icon.png
Toon Link
HWL Pirate's Charm Icon.png
Pirate's Charm
HWL Island Outfit Icon.png
Island Outfit
HWL VS Twili Midna Icon.png
Twili Midna
HWL Twili Midna's Hairpin Icon.png
Twili Midna's Hairpin
HWL Twili Midna's Robe Icon.png
Twili Midna's Robe
HWL VS Young Link Icon.png
Young Link
HWS Ravio Mini Map Icon.png
Ravio
HWL Young Link's Belt Icon.png
Young Link's Belt
HWL Keaton Mask Icon.png
Keaton Mask
HWS Yuga Mini Map Icon.png
Yuga
HW Ganondorf's Gauntlet Icon.png
Ganondorf's Gauntlet
HW Ganondorf's Jewel Icon.png
Ganondorf's Jewel

Trivia

  • The Crimson Shell's description is likely a reference to the Red Shell item in the Mario Kart series, which homes in at opponent racers.

Etymology

TMC Forest Minish Artwork.png Names in Other Regions TMC Jabber Nut Sprite.gif
Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese 素材 (Sozai) (HW) Same as English

Gallery

References

  1. "So, as you clear courses in this game, you're going to receive materials. And you use those materials to go and then make these costumes. [...] And of course to create the really powerful costumes, you need special materials. And you're only going to get those special materials on the really difficult courses. [...] So what I'd like to do today is introduce one of those more difficult courses, which again, once you clear you'll get this special material, that allows you to create one of the more powerful suits in the game." — Hiromasa Shikata, Nintendo Treehouse Live @ E3 2015 Day 3 The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes, YouTube (Video), published June 18, 2015, retrieved August 22, 2015.
  2. "Oh! Ah yes, I hear you have conquered a Drablands challenge... Why didn't you say something sooner! So modest! The mark of a true hero, I say. As promised, your reward for besting the Drablands challenge of the Woodlands. Use it well!" — King Tuft (Tri Force Heroes)
  3. "Whoa! You did it!! So you finally broke the princess's awful curse, did ya? Good one. This town's finally lively again, and I'm turning a fine profit. It's all thanks to you, pal. Oh, that reminds me. I've decided to finally put "those" up for sale, starting today. What are "those"? They're called... Friendly Tokens!! They're special treasures, ya know. Rare. Valuable. Ya can't find these things, even in the Drablands." — Street Merchant (Tri Force Heroes)
  4. "Bah! The Lady's Glasses! Witch materials gives me the creeps! You're on your own there." — Street Merchant (Tri Force Heroes)
  5. "Now that you have some of The Lady's materials, it's time I showed you this little piece of work. I call it... The Lady's Ensemble! If you wear this and visit the princess, you should be able to lift her curse! All without defeating The Lady." — Madame Couture (Tri Force Heroes)