See also: Spells of Zelda's Adventure
The following is a list of items called Treasures in Zelda's Adventure.
- 1 Black Orb
- 2 Bone
- 3 Bouquet
- 4 Candle
- 5 Coal
- 6 Compass
- 7 Diamond
- 8 Empty Bottle
- 9 Flute
- 10 Golden Boots
- 11 Harp
- 12 Crystal Heart
- 13 Key
- 14 Knife
- 15 Ladder
- 16 Life Potion
- 17 Magic Shield
- 18 Map
- 19 Plank
- 20 Raft
- 21 Red Boots
- 22 Red Bow
- 23 Repellent
- 24 Rug
- 25 Rupee
- 26 Saltcellar
- 27 Ticket
- 28 Vial of Winds
- 29 Wand
- 30 Water Bottle
- Main article: Black Orb
- Main article: Bone
- Main article: Candle
Candles can be bought from various merchants around Tolemac. They are used to light up dark rooms, but can only be used once.
- Main article: Compass
Compasses are found in every shrine. They act similar to the Compasses in canonical Zelda games (i.e. showing Zelda's current location), but with the added effect of warping Zelda back to the shrine the Compass was found, if used outside of the shrine.
The Diamond is obtained by giving the Coal to the Blacksmith in Great Wimbich. Receiving the Diamond automatically rewards Zelda with 999 Rupees. It is kept in the inventory after, but has no other use.
- Main article: Bottle
- Main article: Whistle#Zelda's Adventure
- Main article: Harp
The Harp is found in a cave north of the Mobilin's Head Inn. Playing this instrument allows Zelda to warp back to the beginning of a dungeon.
- Main article: Heart Container
Crystal Hearts are jewel-like Heart Containers hidden throughout the land of Tolemac, with four in total. They increase Zelda's life meter by one each time she finds one.
- Main article: Key
Keys are items used in Shrines to open locked doors, and can only be used once. Only a very few Keys appear and are used in the game.
The Knife is obtained in a room in the Shrine of Illusion. It is used to cut open the canvas of the wall to allow Zelda to proceed onward.
- Main article: Stepladder
- Main article: Potion
Life Potions can be bought from a few merchants around Tolemac, and is sold for 200 Rupees. Using it refills Zelda's life meter completely. Zelda can only keep one Life Potion at a time.
- Main article: Magical Shield
The Magic Shield is sold by the Forest Trader in the Forest of Ogbam for 500 Rupees. The shield blocks most projectile attacks provided if Zelda is standing still and facing the direction of the attack.
- Main article: Map
Maps are used to see the layout of a shrine that Zelda is in. They are found in every shrine, with the exception of the Shrine of Destiny's Map, which is instead obtained from Link's Guide in the Vendoss swamp.
The Plank is found in the Shrine of Water. It is used to bridge the gap of a broken bridge in the shrine, allowing Zelda to cross over.
- Main article: Raft
The Raft is found sitting next to the pond in the Meadow of Skotness. It allows Zelda to move across the bodies of water in the Shrine of Water.
The Red Boots are found in the Shrine of Earth. They are used to cross over certain parts of Tolemac's river to reach the northern region. They do not have to be selected from the inventory to use.
The Red Bow is an item sold by a Shrine Merchant in the Shrine of Strength for 50 Rupees. It was stolen from the Red Knight, and is required to make him appear.
- Main article: Rupee
Rupees are used as the currency of Tolemac. They are used to make purchases, as well as to power the Spells that Zelda can learn, which require a certain amount of Rupees to use. In order to make purchases, Zelda must first select the Rupee in the inventory.
The Saltcellar is sold by a Shrine Merchant in the Shrine of Strength for 10 Rupees. It has no use.
The Tickets are sold by the Ticket Sellers in the Shrine of Strength for 20 Rupees each. They are required to proceed ahead and to challenge the shrine mini-bosses, the Knights. There are two Tickets in total to buy.
Vial of Winds
The Vial of Winds is given to Zelda by Glebb after she brings her back water. It is used in conjunction with the Raft in the Seacoast Plain port to reach the Shrine of Water.
The Wand is Zelda's main weapon used to combat enemies with. The Wand can be used in conjunction with the Spells Zelda learns to throw magical projectiles for added offense, at the cost of a certain amount of Rupees per Spell use. The Wand can be found east of the starting point at the Vision Henge.