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{{Infobox Item
 
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|name = Elixir Soup
 
|name = Elixir Soup
|image = [[File:Elixir_soup.png|A half-filled bottle of Elixir Soup‎]]
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|image = [[File:Elixir Soup.png|A half-filled bottle of Elixir Soup‎]]
 
|caption = A half-filled [[bottle]] of Elixir Soup
 
|caption = A half-filled [[bottle]] of Elixir Soup
 
|firstgame = ''[[The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker|The Wind Waker]]'' ([[2003]])
 
|firstgame = ''[[The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker|The Wind Waker]]'' ([[2003]])
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|games = ''[[The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker|The Wind Waker HD]]''<br />''[[Hyrule Warriors Legends]]''
 
|found = [[Link's House]]
 
|found = [[Link's House]]
|use = Healing
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|use = Healing<br />Temporarily doubles attack strength<br />(<u>''Hyrule Warriors Legends''</u>)<br />[[Food]] for [[Companion Fairies]]
 
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'''Elixir Soup''' is an item from ''[[The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker]]''. A soup made by [[Link's Grandma]], it will fully heal [[Link]]'s [[heart|health]] and [[magic]] if he drinks it. Aside from that, however; it will also double his attack strength, making his [[sword]] glow (this will last until he takes damage). When obtained Elixir Soup is stored inside a [[bottle]], and can be used for two servings.
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{{Q|You got Elixir Soup! This healthy soup your grandmother makes replenishes all of your life energy and magic power! Your attack power also doubles until the first time you take damage! Now THAT is one hearty soup! And your kind old grandmother filled your bottle so full that there's two helpings inside! Isn't she the sweetest?|In-game description}}
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'''Elixir Soup''' is an item from ''[[The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker]]''. A soup made by [[Link's Grandma]], it will fully heal [[Link]]'s [[heart|health]] and [[Magic Meter|magic]] if he drinks it. In addition, it will double his attack strength, making Link's [[sword]] glow, until he takes damage. If he has the [[Magic Armor]] equipped, his sword will still glow when he is attacked, as long as he has sufficient magic or [[Rupees]]. When obtained, two servings of Elixir Soup are stored inside a [[bottle]].
   
Link can get Elixir Soup after he cures his Grandmother, when she falls ill. Link does this by capturing a [[fairy]] in a bottle and releasing it near her to heal her. After she is healed, Link can return anytime to get a bottle of soup from her.
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Link can get Elixir Soup after he cures his grandmother from her illness. He does this by capturing a [[fairy]] in a bottle and releasing it near his grandmother to heal her. After she is healed, Link can return anytime to get a bottle of soup from her. However, he can only carry one bottle of the soup at a time.
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Interestingly, Link smiles as he prepares to drink the soup, instead of grimacing like he does with other [[Potion]]s. At the beginning of the game, after his grandmother gives him the Hero's Clothes, she tells him that she is going to make his favorite soup for his birthday, implying that she has made it before.
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== Other appearances ==
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=== ''[[Hyrule Warriors Legends]]'' ===
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Elixir Soup appears as a [[Food]] item for [[Companion Fairies]] and is classified as a Drink-based food item. Like all food items, there are 3 different grades: Bronze, Silver, and Gold.
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====Food Grade Level====
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*''Bronze Food'' - '''Elixir Soup'''
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*''Silver Food'' - '''Tasty Elixir Soup'''
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*''Gold Food'' - '''Delicious Elixir Soup'''
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== See also ==
 
== See also ==
*[[Great Fairy's Tears]]
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* [[Great Fairy's Tears]]
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* [[Rare Chu Jelly]]
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* [[Nasty Soup]]
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* [[Pumpkin Soup]]
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* [[Yeto's Soup]]
   
 
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[[Category:Magic Restoring Items]]
 
[[Category:Magic Restoring Items]]
 
[[Category:The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker items]]
 
[[Category:The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker items]]
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[[Category:Hyrule Warriors items]]
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[[Category:Fairy Foods]]
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[[Category:Potions]]

Latest revision as of 21:14, July 21, 2017

"You got Elixir Soup! This healthy soup your grandmother makes replenishes all of your life energy and magic power! Your attack power also doubles until the first time you take damage! Now THAT is one hearty soup! And your kind old grandmother filled your bottle so full that there's two helpings inside! Isn't she the sweetest?"
— In-game description

Elixir Soup is an item from The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker. A soup made by Link's Grandma, it will fully heal Link's health and magic if he drinks it. In addition, it will double his attack strength, making Link's sword glow, until he takes damage. If he has the Magic Armor equipped, his sword will still glow when he is attacked, as long as he has sufficient magic or Rupees. When obtained, two servings of Elixir Soup are stored inside a bottle.

Link can get Elixir Soup after he cures his grandmother from her illness. He does this by capturing a fairy in a bottle and releasing it near his grandmother to heal her. After she is healed, Link can return anytime to get a bottle of soup from her. However, he can only carry one bottle of the soup at a time.

Interestingly, Link smiles as he prepares to drink the soup, instead of grimacing like he does with other Potions. At the beginning of the game, after his grandmother gives him the Hero's Clothes, she tells him that she is going to make his favorite soup for his birthday, implying that she has made it before.

Other appearances Edit

Subseries warning: This article or section contains information on a subseries within the Legend of Zelda series and should be considered part of its own separate canon.

Hyrule Warriors Legends Edit

Elixir Soup appears as a Food item for Companion Fairies and is classified as a Drink-based food item. Like all food items, there are 3 different grades: Bronze, Silver, and Gold.

Food Grade LevelEdit

  • Bronze Food - Elixir Soup
  • Silver Food - Tasty Elixir Soup
  • Gold Food - Delicious Elixir Soup

Subseries warning: Subseries information ends here.

See also Edit

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