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Barterable Item List & Locations

Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker

By simalcrum

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Table of Contents

1.0 Introduction

Soon after departing the starting island, you will earn the purple Haunter (Pokemon) backpack on board the pirates' ship. Earning it is quite easy, requiring you to know about rope swinging and is demonstrated by the pirate below decks. The purple backpack can hold eight different items, up to a maximum of 99 stock. Assigning items to the X-Y-Z buttons allows Link to trade them to the proper parties. You will need to do this to finish the game, so be on the lookout for the monsters and stuff in the location section below. Happy hunting! ______________________________________________________________________

2.0 Basics of Theft

Once you get the grappling hook item from the first dungeon, Link's ability to get the barter items increases immensely. The grappling hook, if used on a targeted enemy, will "lift" the barter item from the monster without requiring Link to kill it first. This naturally speeds up the process of gathering, as well as guaranteeing that Link will gain something in the process - baddies, when defeated, do not always drop their barter items. As a general rule of thumb, always use the grappling hook on all enemies before you kill them until you get a feel from which ones will net you barter items, and which ones do not. Note that in some dungeons where enemies do not drop items when killed (like in the Onimusha/Rygar multi-floor dungeon) Link can still grapple items away while the enemy is alive and still earn barter items in the process. ______________________________________________________________________

3.0 Items in Depth

Butterfly Necklace Steal From ---------- The small Moblin pirates. There are a variety of them in all sorts of colours and they equip a wide variety of weapons from scimitars to torches to spyglasses. They are not the pirates who utter that annoying sound byte and attack with spears. Locations --------- The small Moblin pirates are found everywhere mannning watch towers and rafts in the middle of the ocean, in dungeons, in submarines, and summoned by Wizzrobes. Whenever you come across a speck on the water, stop by and see if it's a watch tower or raft. Chances are, there will be a small Moblin pirate on board. Grapple the item away then kill it to claim more treasure. Barter With ----------- The school teacher in the Village Island (four left, two down) will need 21 of these so you can complete a side-quest to finish the game. To start trading, speak with her, then with the gang of children in the square outside. Clear the Hide-and-Seek minigame with the kids and speak with the ganag leader after. Speak with the teacher and present the Butterfly necklaces to her.

Red Drop Steal From ---------- The red slime enemy. A very common enemy that abounds everywhere, Link should've encountered them in the first dungeon on the Birdmens' Isle. The island where Link starts will have some red slimes that you can steal from, but if you steal from each red slime you encounter once you earn the grappling hook, you should amass 70 drops easily before you even start needing them. There is a variant yellow slime that emits electricity and will shock Link if struck before being stunned. They also award red drops if grappled before killed. Note you can grapple from slimes even if they are in puddle form. Locations --------- Red slimes are found almost everywhere in dungeons and caves. They can be spawned by Wizzrobes in their summon ally spell. If you need red drops, the best two spots are the lava pit in the first dungeon (six left, second row down), and in the dungeon where the mirror shield was found (four left, first row). For a less grueling island head to the Clawprint Island (five left, two down). The small area inside has nothing but red and green slimes. Barter With ----------- The alchemist in the Village Island (four left, two down) will create a red potion with five red drops and fill an empty bottle (if Link has one). If you are using red potions regularly in your quest, you are doing something wrong.

Green Drop Steal From ---------- The green slime enemies that abound with the red slimes in the same areas. A very common enemy that abounds everywhere, Link should've encountered them in the first dungeon on the Birdmens' Isle, if not earlier. The island where Link starts the game will have green slimes that you can steal from, but if you steal from each green slime you encounter once you earn the grappling hook, you should amass 90 drops easily before you even start needing them. The best way to kill the slimes after grappling is to stun them with a boomerang, then use a sword strike. Locations --------- Green slimes are found almost everywhere in dungeons and caves. They can be spawned by Wizzrobes in their summon ally spell. If you need green drops, the best two spots are the lava pit in the first dungeon (six left, second row down), and in the dungeon where the mirror shield was found (four left, first row). For a less grueling island head to the Clawprint Island (five left, two down). The small area inside has nothing but red and green slimes. Green slimes are common enough in each area that you will not have a hard time accumulating green drops. Barter With ----------- The alchemist in the Village Island (four left, two down) will create a green potion with 15 green drops and fill an empty bottle (if Link has one). You may find yourself using green potions if you do not find the Squid trapped Fairy who upgrades Link's magic meter (four left, seven down).

Blue Drop Steal From ---------- The blue slime enemies. Blue slimes are electrified, and can only be killed if stunned first (or use ranged waepons). There is a brief half second delay just as a blue slime is first discovered that it emits no electricity. If you attack with a sword strike right at that moment, it will be killed instantly. Locations --------- Blue slimes (not to be confused with the nearly indestructable black slimes) are very uncommon, existing singly on lonely islands in the middle of the ocean. Since they primarily exist alone, they are quite rare compared to the other slimes. When you see one, immediately grapple the drop away from them and leave. They are not worth fighting unless you are desperate for money. Barter With ----------- The alchemist in the Village Island (four left, two down) will create a blue potion with 15 blue drops and fill an empty bottle (if Link has one). You will rarely find yourself using blue potions, unless you are completely inept. Blue potions can be earned using another barter item, and blue drops should serve as an unnecessary back-up.

Gold Feather Steal From ---------- All flying enemies, except bats and the black moth-insect monster with the flaming butt jet. Peahats, Aquatic Peahats, and the cliff-dwelling birds are all candidates for grand grapple theft. Link will find the first gold feather from the cliff dwelling birds in the first dungeon but the easiest way is to steal from the Peahats (not the larger, more common Aquatic Peahats on the open ocean). Note that Peahats are immune to sword strikes until they lose their propeller tops - however, they only award gold feathers if they are flying. Once you steal the feather, kill Peahats with two strikes from the Boomerang. Locations --------- Peahats are found in the Deku Tree dungeon (six left, six down), and in one of the later dungeons (three left, seven down). They are also found occasionally in other dungeons, but to a lesser degree. Cliff dwelling birds are the second choice for barter item hunters, and they can be poached on the open ocean (they occasionally attack passing boats), and are commonly found on remote rocky islands at the edge of the known sea. Their distinct cry is recognizable, but you'll need to get Link on solid ground (not on the boat) to grapple the feather away from the monster. Try using a Mesmeric Pear (buy from the boat merchant) and use a seagull to lure the cliff dwelling birds to where Link is. For 30 rupees, you cannot afford to miss the chance. Barter With ----------- A guard on the Isle of the Birdmen (one of the spear holding guys) will need 20 to do something (all in Japanese). Acquire at least 40 to 80 before speaking to the guy again, or Link'll trade the remaining feathers for a measly 50 rupees.

Moblin Necklace Steal From ---------- The big Moblin pirates (holding the spears and lanterns) are the holders of this uncommon item. These enemies are rather hard to defeat (even with a level 4 Master Sword) since they attack in packs and have the range on Link. Steal from them, but either retreat to another room, or attack and kill them immediately without attempting to steal since they will always drop a "Scatter Ball" that will include a Moblin Necklace. Locations --------- Big Moblin pirates are found primarily in preset locations first, like the ominous Pirates' Isle (top left corner), but once the events of the game are carried out, you will find that these enemies become uncommon in the last half of the game. The best thing then, is to locate submarines and find the one with enough big Moblin pirates to sustain a protracted thieving campaign. If you focus on stealing a large number of Moblin Necklaces when ever you can, you will only need to visit submarines occasionally to refill your stock. A submarine at three left, first row has four big Moblin pirates inside if you need to restock. Barter With ----------- A burly pirate standing outside the Bomb Shop in the Village Island (four left, two down) let's Link play the Pig Catching game for three Moblin Necklaces. Be sure to clear this game before you complete the Pirates' Isle (top left corner) after you get the Magic Hammer. Pirates' Isle is the best place to steal from the big Moblin pirates since there are so many of them running around the halls. Additionally, once Pirates' Isle is cleared of its infestation by the Dragon, locate the second floor of the auction house and speak with the man who was once the bum on the Village Island (four left, two down). 20 Moblin Necklaces yields one reward, and after that, 99 will get you another reward.

Plant Seed Steal From ---------- The man-eating plants that dot the various parts of the world. When you approach them they rear up and attack. Link should use the grappling hook, then a boomerang strike to kill them. Since they are immobile, they are ridiculously easy to get rid of. Locations --------- Man-eating plants abound on the Deku Tree Island, as well as the various plant dungeons and caves. They exist on other islands in limited degrees but you should stick to Deku Tree Island, simply because that is the only spot Link can trade this unique item. Deku Tree Island is six left and six down. Barter With ----------- The scrub shaman inside the Deku Tree cave. In the Deku Tree's chamber, there is another cave on the ground floor. Five seeds can be made into one blue potion. Considering that Link can steal from five man-eating plants on his way to the Deku Tree Cave, every plant seed that he steals elsewhere is basically stocked for a rainy day.

Goriya Necklace Steal From ---------- The jackal-headed Goriya apparently ditched their boomerangs and went for heavy metal. The Goriya knights are completely armoured and are impervious to damage (from anything) until Link executes a counter- strike with his sword (knocking off the helmet) or cuts off the straps holding up the Goriya's armour (in the back). Focus on attacking one knight at a time, since Link needs to target one enemy to do his counter-strike. Knocking off the helmet is the only way for Link to steal the barter item - although in some dungeons, that may not be necessary since Goriya knights always include their barter item in a "Scatter Ball". Locations --------- Goriya knights are very rare and are encountered in few dungeons. The single greatest concentration will be in the undersea castle the first time Link decides to toy with time and see what happens when he sits atop a sub-space rupture in progress. There will be no less than six Knights in the undersea castle for that single event, but they will not reappear if Link revisits the room. Two dungeons that feature Goriya knights as part of the enemy roster are at seven left, first row (The White Towers) and in the Triforce map dungeon on the starting island (two left, seven down), and both need advanced tools (i.e., the hookshot) to gain access to. Barter With ----------- The old warrior on the starting island (two left, seven down) will teach Link the "Mega Spin Attack" (hold B until sword glows) for ten Goriya Necklaces. Afterwards, you may want to make a note of how many he wants by presenting him the remainder of your Necklaces (the less you have, the less heart-breaking it is) and shoot for that number before asking for the next reward. ______________________________________________________________________

4.0 Contact Information

I like bird-wimmen. I like them a lot. It's the feathers. Flap faster Melody, faster. Oh yeah, use both wings. Huhuhuhuhu. simalcrum@hotmail.com

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