The wooden sword is Link’s first weapon, given to him by an old man in a cave.
The white sword doubles the wooden sword’s power, but Link first needs 6 heart containers.
Link needs 12 heart containers for this sword, but it doubles the attack people of the white sword.
The Bow is used to fire arrows at far away enemies. You can run out of arrows but defeated enemies regularly leave them behind. While the bow itself cannot be upgraded, the arrows it uses can. It’s found in the first dungeon.
Wooden Arrows are the default ammunition for the bow and deal a moderate amount of damage.
These silver arrows are used at the end of the game, where you need them to slay the evil beast Ganon.
These can be laid to blow up fragmented walls, and also to harm enemies. An upgrade can be found in the seventh dungeon.
Found in the sixth dungeon, the magic wand is used to fire magic at enemies from a distance.
The boomerang can be used to stun enemies, and once it reaches a certain distance or hits an enemy / object it returns to the thrower. It is found in the first dungeon.
This magical boomerang travels for an even longer distance and harms enemies even more, but is found early on in the second dungeon.
The shield is Link’s only form of defence in Hyrule.
The Power Bracelet is used to pick up larger boulders and many other heavy objects. It is said to be the source of Armos Soldiers’ strength.
When worn, the blue ring adds a defensive shield to the bearer and halves the amount of damage sustained.
The red ring halves the amount of damage taken by half and is found in the last dungeon.
This book is used by Link to find out new spells for use with his Magic Rod, and is found in the eighth dungeon.
The blue candle is Link’s first candle and can be bought in cavern shops. It can be used once in each room.
Found in the seventh dungeon, the red candle can be used many times in each room.
When Link touches one of these kind fairies, his health meter is restored.
This food acts as bait for enemies, but it is also poisonous.
Hearts replenish one heart container in your life meter.
When collected, either in the overworld map or from a defeated boss, a heart container increases Link’s health capacity by one.
The Old Man’s letter will enable the purchase of potions from the Old Women around Hyrule.
Red potion is what the potion looks like before Link has any of it, and blue potion is when there is only one gulp left. They restore Link’s health.
The stepladder is a simple way of moving from platform to platform, over water. It can be found in the third dungeon.
The raft is found in the third dungeon, and can be used to move around on water in the Overworld.
The recorder can be used to instigate special events, such as the drying of a lake or the splitting of a boss…
Rupees are Hyrule’s national currency, and Link finds them in bushes and in defeated enemies. Blue Rupees are worth five orange Rupees.
This watch freezes time when picked up so enemies can be defeated quicker.
There’s one of these in a chest in every dungeon. It highlights where the boss room is on your map.
Keys are used to open locked doors, but they can only be used in the dungeons they were found in.
The magical key can be used on all doors, in all dungeons, but is not found until much later in the game.
There is one map for every dungeon, and it shows you a full room plan of every floor.