Appendix

Shop Index

There are a variety of shops in the Light and Dark Worlds, not only regular item shops, but also specialty places such as the Magic Shop, Bomb Shop, and even a Street Merchant. This portion of the appendix will tell you where every shop is located, what you can buy at each, and for how much.

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Item ShopsItem ShopsLight World

There are three ordinary item shops in the Light World, and they all carry the same stock, per the table below:

ItemPrice
Red Potion150
Heart10
10 Bombs50

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These shops generally are not worth it, though, since you can buy the Red Potion for a cheaper price at the Magic Shop (see below), and you can obtain Hearts and Bombs from defeated enemies, under pots/skulls, etc. Nevertheless, for completion"s sake, here are their locations:

One item shop is located in Kakariko Village. It"s the small hut with a wooden roof in the southern part of town. Sahasrahla"s grandson stands right outside the shopAnother shop is located on the northern shore of Lake Hylia. It"s inside a cave with unique shields adorning the entranceThe last such shop can be found on Death Mountain. In the southeastern portion of the region, you"ll find twin cave entrances right next to each other. If you go inside the one on the right and follow the path, it"ll take you into the shop

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Dark World

One item shop on Death Mountain has the same stock as the three Light World shops (see table above). This particular shop is found in the exact same place on Death Mountain (i.e. inside the eastern of the two twin cave entrances) as in the Light World.

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Four other item shops in the Dark World carry slightly different stock:

ItemPrice
Red Potion150
Fighter"s Shield50
10 Bombs50

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While you should still pass up the Potion and Bombs due to the ease with which you can get those elsewhere, the shield may be necessary if you get one stolen by a Pikit. Here are where the item shops are located in the Dark World:

Near the Lake of Ill Omen, in the same place where the Magic Shop would be in the Light World, you can find a regular item shopAnother shop can be found on the northwestern shore of the Ice Lake, where a fortune teller"s shop by Lake Hylia would be in the Light WorldNext to the Skeleton Forest, where the Lumberjacks" house would be in the Light World, is another shopThe Village of Outcasts contains an item shop in the eastern part of town, though you"ll have to hammer a stake or two to reach it

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Finally, there is a specialty shop in the Dark World, which is the only place you can buy a Red Shield if it gets stolen from a Pikit. If 500 Rupees is too steep a price for you, then you"ll have to settle for buying a regular shield for 50 Rupees at one of the other item shops (as listed above).

ItemPrice
Red Shield500
Bee10
10 Arrows30

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Don"t bother with the Bee, of course, as you can find one for free in many places in the overworld. Only buy the Arrows if you really need them and can"t find any nearby from fighting enemies.

This shop is located due west of the Pyramid of Power, though you can only access it from the north (i.e. from the area near the Skeleton Forest). Fight through some Moblins and a Hinox to get there, then hop over a couple fences to reach the shop entrance.

Magic Shop

In the Light World, just north of the Eastern Palace grounds, you"ll find Syrup the witch working on her cauldron outside the Magic Shop, which she has her apprentice run for her. If you bring Syrup a Mushroom from the Lost Woods, she can make Magic Powder for you. Also, whenever you speak to the apprentice inside the shop, she"ll give you a sample of the Red Potion, i.e. a free heal!

ItemPrice
Red Potion120
Green Potion60
Blue Potion160

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The Red Potion (i.e. Medicine of Life) completely refills Link"s hearts. The Green Potion (i.e. Medicine of Magic) completely refills Link"s Magic Meter. The Blue Potion (i.e. Cure-All Medicine) completely refills both. Always buy Blue Potion if you can afford it, but if not, the other two are still good options. And as mentioned above, never bother paying 150 Rupees for Red Potion at other shops when you can get it here for 30 Rupees cheaper.

Bomb Shop

In the Dark World, inside the building where Link"s house would be in the Light World, you can find the Bomb Shop.

ItemPrice
Super Bomb100
30 Bombs100

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When you first arrive in the Dark World, the only stock you can buy here is the set of 30 Bombs for 100 Rupees--which you can do if you"re really low on Bombs and have Rupees to spare, otherwise just get them from enemies, chests, or pots/skulls. But later in the game, after clearing the Ice Palace and Misery Mire, the Super Bomb will become available, also for 100 Rupees. Unlike most other items, the Super Bomb is not added to your inventory. Rather, you carry it with you. You must take it to the cracked wall at the Pyramid of Power, as the Super Bomb is the only weapon capable of breaking through that wall. Inside is the Cursed Fairy who can transform your regular Arrows into the all-important Silver Arrows (and upgrade the Tempered Sword into the Golden Sword as well).

Street Merchant

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Of special note here is the Street Merchant in Kakariko Village, who sits on a rug near the weathercock in the center of town. When you first meet him, he will sell you a Bottle for 100 Rupees, which you should definitely buy at the first opportunity.

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From then on, the Street Merchant will buy certain creatures from you. After draining the Great Swamp at the Swamp Ruins, if you pick up a fish you see flopping on the ground and carry it to the Street Merchant in Kakariko, he will give you the following assortment of items:

21 Rupees (i.e. a Green Rupee and a Red Rupee)8 Bombs10 ArrowsLarge Magic Decanter

If you release the Good Bee around him, he"ll buy it from you for 100 Rupees (i.e. five Red Rupees). He won"t do anything if you bring him a regular Bee, though.