- Not to be confused with the Skyloft Bazaar.
Features and Overview
Ocarina of Time
As young Link, the Bazaar is located in Hyrule Castle Town and is the first place where the Hylian Shield is available for purchase for 80 Rupees. However, if Link talks to Death Mountain Trail Gatekeeper in Kakariko Village first, he can get a discount on the Hylian Shield between 10 to 40 Rupees. Seven years later, when Hyrule Castle Town is destroyed, the owner of the Bazaar flees to Kakariko Village and sets up his shop in what used to be the Death Mountain Trail Gatekeeper's House.
In Ocarina of Time 3D, the Bazaar gets a more carnival-like look, being more elaborate and featuring posters, Bombs, streamers, items in storage, and a green carpet.
Wares and Pricing
|You need a bow to shoot them. You can't buy them unless you have a bow.||20 Rupees|
|You need a bow to shoot them. Use them, and you'll run out.||60 Rupees|
|Shoot these with a bow. You can't buy them unless you have a bow.||90 Rupees|
|Take it out with and use again to throw it. You can't buy them without a bomb bag.||35 Rupees|
Deku Nuts (5)
|Throw them to stun your enemies. You can carry only a limited amount of them.||15 Rupees|
|A long branch gathered from the Great Deku Tree. You can use it as a weapon, but it will break.||10 Rupees|
|This is a big, heavy shield just like the ones Hylian Knights use. It can stand up to flame attacks!||80 Rupees|
|This will instantly refill one Heart Container.||10 Rupees|
|Names in Other Regions|
|This table was generated using translation pages.|
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- Encyclopedia (Dark Horse Books) pg. 240 (OoT | OoT3D)
- Hyrule Warriors Legends — Collector's Edition Guide (Prima Games) pg. 86
- "If you go back to Hyrule Castle Town Market, you should check out the Bazaar. They sell the shield you need there. Tell 'em I sent you and they should give you a special discount!" — Death Mountain Trail Gatekeeper (Ocarina of Time)
- "Creating badges for your warriors at the Badge Market will help improve their battle abilities. The bonuses granted by a badge apply only to the warrior for whom it was created. Creating badges requires both Rupees and specific materials, but the benefits they add to warriors can be immensely helpful in battle." — Tutorial (Hyrule Warriors)
- "You can spend Rupees at the Training Dojo to help warriors level up. However, you will not be able to raise their levels beyond that of the current highest-level warrior. The higher the warrior's level, the more Rupees it will cost to train the warrior. It's more useful to use the Training Dojo to grow low-level warriors." — Tutorial (Hyrule Warriors)
- "You've collected 50 or more illustration pieces! The Bazaar has reached maximum level! Potions have become more effective! More mixtures are available in the Apothecary!" — N/A (Hyrule Warriors)
- "By removing a skill, you can change an unlocked skill into an empty skill slot. You can then fill that slot with other skills, so it's a good way to create a weapon forged with the skills best suited to your battle style. However, removing a skill requires a lot of Rupees. What's more, removed skills can never be restored, so make sure to think twice before removing one." — N/A (Hyrule Warriors)
- "By appraising a sealed weapon skill, you can find out what the sealed skill actually is. The Rupees required to appraise a sealed skill change according to the KO count required to unlock the skill." — N/A (Hyrule Warriors)
- "When you sell a weapon, you will receive an amount of Rupees dependent on the skills attached to that weapon. The weapons you sell will be lost. Also, sealed skills and empty skill slots do not contribute to the weapon's value, so keep that in mind!" — N/A (Hyrule Warriors)