Link's Equipment: Items
Leaving on his quest with a rucksack filled with essentials, Link initially believed he was well-prepared for his heroic task. However, the underworld posed all new sets of challenges for the young adventurer, but also provided him with new solutions... As the underworld catacombs were built as shrines to the demon lords of old, boundless treasures await within.
Food: Link hunts for food with his bow and arrow, giving him the necessary energy to keep up with his quest. Beef can be bought from merchants, often preserved, dried and salted. Link has found himself having to use his food as bait, to good results.
Rucksack: Link carries an oversized rucksack with him where ever he goes, as it contains all the treasures he has collected during his travels, maps, bedding, as well as some of his smaller weapons, such as the boomerang and bombs.
Raft: Hyrule's waterways are too deep for a child of Link's size to traverse safely. To get around this problem, Link fashioned a small raft. As carrying a raft would prove to be cumbersome, when Link enters the different sections of the Underworld, he leaves the raft outside.
Potion Bottle: An old druid befriended Link during his travels, bestowing upon him a ceramic bottle filled with an herbal medicine of her own recipe. The liquid has a pungent smell and taste, but acts very quickly.
Rupees: The Rupee is the standard form of currency found in Hyrule, and are small hexagonal precious stones of varying worth. Though Link had never before relied on money, looting stashes of rupees found in the possession of Ganon's fallen forces allowed him to purchase anything he needed.
Whistle: One of the first artifacts Link uncovers in the Underworld is an ancient magical whistle, found in a temple emblazoned with the image of a reptilian beast. It is said that this mystical instrument is able to whisk its user away to other parts of the land if a certain melody is played. Other melodies supposedly reveal secret entrances to the underworld. Differing arrangements of notes are inscribed on the whistles exterior surface.
Enchanted Bracelet: After getting nearly ambushed by a lone Armos, Link found an old, brass bracelet where the giant had stood. Oxidized by time and weather, the metal band surged a torrent of power through Link's body, granting him strength he never thought possible.
Candle Holder: Needing a way to see in the darkness, Link purchased a candle-holder from one of Hyrule's many merchants. Little did he (or the merchant) know, it was no ordinary object. As an accursed item, the flames it contains within can be used like a weapon, glowing an eerie blue color.
Blue and Red Rings: A pair of rings said to once belong to a pair of evil twin sisters that dabbled in elemental witchcraft. Wearing them grants an increase in stamina and endurance.
Magic Book:Found in a section of the underworld adorned with the face of a lion, this ancient, leather bound book was in a storeroom of treasures dedicated to a malicious dragon. Contained within are a multitude of spells and incantations, scribed in many dead languages.
Lion Key: Found in the same crypt as the book, this strange enchanted key is able to change its shape, fitting any lock it is put into.