Detailed Legend OF Zelda Breath Of The Wild Infographic Shows All Amiibo items
Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild - Wild Tunic Guide
(Last Updated On: March 27, 2017)

Redditor ShugoTakahashi and his friends have worked hard to create an amazingly detailed Amiibo guide that lists every item you can get in Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild, and were kind enough to shared it in this Reddit post.

Not only did they make this insanely detailed infographic chart showing all the items and the type of Amiibo that unlocks the items, but they went a step further by creating a written chart that goes in far more detail about all the Amiibos, the items, how to unlock them and the requirements to unlock certain items. ShugoTakahashi also mentions that they check and fix their information on a regular basis to keep the database accurate and up to date.

For this article, we’ll give you an abridged version using ShugoTakahashi’s infographic chart, but if you want to read the full thing, you can head on over to the Reddit post for additional details.

To start things off, we first must go over a few basic rules for each item–

Items without a glowing border can only be obtained at the beginning of the game before you gain the paraglider.

Items with a Blue glowing border can only be obtained after you gain the paraglider.

Items with a Gold glowing border can only be obtained after you free at least one Divine Beast.

Oh yeah, each Amiibo can only be scanned once per day based on your system’s internal clock settings.

If an item is listed as “Exclusive”, then it means that you can’t obtain that item in game in any other way, it is exclusively locked to that specific Amiibo. To make it easier for you to view all the items, I went ahead and combined all the images together into a single picture. If you have a hard time seeing all the items, you can click on the provided image down below to zoom in to see it in more detail.

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All other non-Zelda Amiibo just give you cooking ingredients. As you can see, there are quite a few items that you can unlock from the Amiibos, and each one gives a set of unique and exclusive items. You gotta give props to the guys that put in all the hard work to catalog this.


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  • disqusted

    This graphic is missing Wolf Link. Is he not special?

    • Nick

      It was just to show item drops. From my understanding (I don’t own any Amiibo), Wolf Link doesn’t give any items so he wasn’t included. The Wolf Link Amiibo just summons a companion that fights by your side. Other’s asked the same thing in the Reddit post. Perhaps he’ll add him in a newer update.

  • BubbaHoTep

    I’ve always had mixed feelings about Amiibo content. On one hand, since I like to collect them more for the figurine aspect, the unlockable content to me is more of an added bonus than the main drawing point (it helps that they often work across multiple titles).

    On the other hand, I hear that the content is often locked away on disc, which is something I’ve never liked. On top of that, for the people who just want the content and don’t care about the plastic toy, it’s a pretty steep price to pay for what is often just a small cosmetic item.