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The Hero's Tunic is an item in Tri Force Heroes.[1]

Location and Uses

Madame Couture's Comment:
TFH Madame Couture Artwork.png
Hero's Tunic
"So you want to be a hero, do you? Then you simply can't go on without a Hero's Tunic in your sad little closet."

The Hero's Tunic is an Outfit that is visually identical to the Hero's Clothes of The Wind Waker, Phantom Hourglass and Spirit Tracks, which are in turn based on the iconic green tunic worn by Link throughout the majority of his adventures. The Outfit does not grant Link any special abilities, though it provides better protection than his default Outfit, the Bear Minimum.[2][3]

When Link enters Hytopia Castle for the first time, he is met by Sir Combsly, who enlists him into the Witch-Hunting Brigade and supplies him with a Hytopian Silk, which can be used to craft the Hero's Tunic at Madame Couture's.[4] If Link proceeds to any of the lobbies to journey to the Drablands in his default Outfit, Sir Combsly will warn him and insist that he purchase the Hero's Tunic for his own protection.[5] Once Link has completed the Woodlands Area by defeating Margoma, he will be summoned to King Tuft's throne room; at this point, Sir Combsly will not allow Link to proceed or continue his adventure without a Hero's Tunic.[6][7]

Once the Links have gathered and each is assigned a different color, the cap of the Hero's Tunic gains a yellow brim, which visually separates each Link's cap from his newly-colored hair.


TMC Forest Minish Artwork.png Names in Other Regions TMC Jabber Nut Sprite.png
JapanJapanese兵士の服 (Heishi no Fuku)[8]Soldier's Clothes
CanadaFrenchCATunique de héros[9]Hero's tunic
FranceFrenchEUTunique de héros[10]Hero's tunic
GermanyGermanHeldengewand[11]Hero Outfit
ItalyItalianTunica dell'eroe[12]Hero's tunic
SpainSpanishEURopas del Héroe[13] 
Latin AmericaSpanishLASayo del héroe[14] 
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  1. Encyclopedia (Dark Horse Books) pg. 127
  2. "A tunic with no special abilities. May the way of the Hero lead to the Triforce!" — Pick an Outfit (Tri Force Heroes)
  3. "Lose a Heart Container and take double damage. But if a true hero wears it..." — Pick an Outfit (Tri Force Heroes)
  4. "Consider yourself enlisted. As a token of welcome, I will supply you with one firm handshake and one Hero's Tunic.
    Here are the necessary materials. Take them to Madame Couture at once, and she'll make you the outfit!
    " — Sir Combsly (Tri Force Heroes)
  5. "Hold, [Link]! The Drablands are too dangerous to visit without proper equipment.
    I strongly advise you to change into the Hero's Tunic. My conscience demands it...
    " — Sir Combsly (Tri Force Heroes)
  6. "Ah, [Link]! I'm pleased you made it back in one piece.
    I'd like nothing better than for you to head right back into the Drablands to continue your mission. However...
    King Tuft has summoned you. A direct summons from the king is not something to take lightly, boy!
    " — Sir Combsly (Tri Force Heroes)
  7. "Now then. Explain to me, soldier, how it's possible that you have still not picked up your Hero's Tunic!
    You can't see the king dressed like that. You're a member of MY brigade, boy. Laziness will not be tolerated.
    Hurry over to Madame's, and get your Hero's Tunic this instant, soldier. Don't keep King Tuft waiting!
    " — Sir Combsly (Tri Force Heroes)
  8. "兵士の服" — Catalog (Tri Force Heroes)
  9. "Tunique de héros" — Catalog (Tri Force Heroes)
  10. "Tunique de héros" — Catalog (Tri Force Heroes)
  11. "Heldengewand" — Catalog (Tri Force Heroes)
  12. "Tunica dell'eroe" — Catalog (Tri Force Heroes)
  13. "Ropas del Héroe" — Catalog (Tri Force Heroes)
  14. "Sayo del héroe" — Catalog (Tri Force Heroes)