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A round, solid projectile that is fired from a cannon.
Also known as a cloak. Commonly worn by superheroes, the cape is a very popular object. In certain games, capes can be used to give players the power of flight or invisibility.
One of the 24 obtainable "masks" in The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask. The Captain's Hat's power is to prevent Stalchildren from attacking Link and gaining the ability to communicate with them.
An orange vegetable that's is commonly associated with having a positive effect on eye sight. Rabbits have been known to have a fondness for this vegetable.
A large vessel used for boiling.
A branched lighting fixture that holds electric lights or candles and hangs from a ceiling.
The Chateau Romani is an expensive milk drink from Romani Ranch. It replenishes Link's health and gives him unlimited magic power for three days in Majora's Mask.
One of the 24 obtainable masks in The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask. This mask does not actually have a power besides constantly "crying."
A grappling hook on a chain attached to a gauntlet
A clock is a device used to tell time.
A type of fruit found of coconut palms.
A navigational instrument that aligns itself with Earth's magnetic field. Often found in point-and-click adventures.
The Couple's Mask is one of the 24 obtainable masks in The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask. The Couple's Mask has no power, but it's a sign that a couple has been married.
Crates sometimes contain things!
Rifle-like thrower of bolts/arrows. Not to be confused with a bowcaster.
A headwear often made of gold or silver with gems and diamond embedded, often worn by King or Queen.
Crystals come in many varieties, although typically they're somehow magical in games. Especially central to the Final Fantasy franchise.
An item used in the Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker to cause gusts of air, and to allow Link to glide across wide gaps.
Common item dropped by enemies in the Zelda franchise.
This is the first shield Link acquires in The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. The shield is purchasable for 40 Rupees. It is made of wood, and can be burned off, forcing you to purchase another.
The Deku Stick can be used as a weapon, but more importantly, it can be lit on fire, and used to light other objects such as torches or spider webs.
The delivery bag is used to carry various quest and decorative items. It's given to Link by Quill.
Din's Pearl is one of the Pearls of the Goddesses. It's given to Link by Komali.
A magic rod that allows Link to bring statues to life and then control their movement.
Doors are a common object in most video games, as well as the keys and objects needed to open them. From role playing to shooters, doors are an important component of many games.
A bridge that can be raised or drawn aside either to prevent access or to permit passage beneath it.
It's an egg. It can be eaten or thrown, or perhaps used in other creative ways, like bringing back the protagonist of a group of heroes who travels through time.
An item which fully restores HP and MP
Link's grandma cooks up some delicious soup in The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker.
An explosive is any weapon or device designed to cause an explosion, whether it be a frag grenade, TNT, or a nuclear bomb.
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