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Materials in Tri Force Heroes are primarily found throughout the Drablands, although they can also be received as prizes for completing certain tasks or mini-games. Typically, at the end of a Level each Link is allowed to open one chest from a set of three, which contain two common Materials and one rare Material specific to that Level. Once the region’s boss has been defeated, the Links can undertake Drablands Challenges that reward a different set of Materials. Materials are necessary for crafting Outfits to wear in the Drablands, which can be tailored at Madame Couture’s by providing a recipe of Materials and a certain amount of Rupees.

Rarer Materials, used to make more powerful Outfits, [1] can also be acquired as rewards and prizes through other means. Materials can be won as prizes from the Daily Riches mini-game, and purchased as goods from the Street Merchant in town. The Freebie and Frilly Fabric Materials are exclusive to these places, respectively. Materials can also be won by winning matches in the Coliseum; however, the rarity of the Material received is random. There is also a 20% chance (40% in the 2.0.0 update) that the winner may win an exclusive, gold-ranked Material specific to the Coliseum’s arena, such as the Supple Leaf from the Woodlands arena. Link can also receive these rare Materials from King Tuft whenever he completes all of the Drablands Challenges in a given Area, [2] however he can only receive one Material per Area in this way.

In the 2.1.0 update, Hero Points can be earned by completing Levels that the player did not initially vote for. These points can then be presented to the Street Merchant for free Materials; the kind he will give will be the Materials that Link still needs to craft unfinished Outfits. Through this, it is also possible to receive the rare, gold-ranked Materials normally only given by King Tuft or through the Coliseum. Friendly Tokens are not given through this way. Once Link has obtained all the necessary Materials to make the remaining Outfits (excluding those requiring Friendly Tokens), the Street Merchant will no longer give free Materials.

Friendly Tokens are Materials normally exclusive to the Faux Hero, as rewards for completing Levels alongside other players over local multiplayer or Download Play. The Faux Hero will only give one Friendly Token per friend. In the 2.0.0 update however, it is possible to purchase Friendly Tokens from the Street Merchant after lifting the curse off of Princess Styla. [3] Following the update, Friendly Tokens can also be obtained as one of the possible prizes from Daily Riches.

The Lady’s Materials—the Lady’s Glasses, Lady’s Collar, and the Lady’s Parasol—are quest items used to craft The Lady’s Ensemble, and can only be obtained as part of normal story progression. They are obtained at the end of the Forest Temple, The Lady’s Lair, and the Sky Temple, respectively, in addition to the normal Materials awarded for completing those Levels. They cannot be sold to the Street Merchant, as he finds witch Materials to be creepy. [4] Once they are all collected, the Outfit crafted from these special Materials grants Link the magical power necessary to lift Princess Styla’s curse. [5] List of Materials

In Hyrule Warriors, Materials are similar to Spoils and Treasures in that each Material is a unique object possessed by the enemy that dropped it, such as their hair or weapons. Materials are dropped by nearly every enemy type except Cuccos and infantry soldiers, and only when the enemy does not drop a Weapon Bag. They come in three rarities, with at most two rarities of item for each enemy type. The most common are Bronze Materials, which are the only item drops for the basic infantry Captains. Silver Materials are dropped by unique Captains, Warriors, and Giant Bosses. Rare Gold Materials are dropped only by Warriors and Giant Bosses. Enemies can be influenced to drop their rarer Materials by using weapons with the "Material+" Skill, or by activating the identical boon while using Focus Spirit.

Materials are primarily used to craft Badges for the playable Warriors, with each Badge having its own recipe of specific Materials. Materials can also be used to brew one-use elixirs by consuming a set amount of any Material of a given rarity.

• ↑ "So, as you clear courses in this game, you’re going to receive materials. And you use those materials to go and then make these costumes. […] And of course to create the really powerful costumes, you need special materials. And you’re only going to get those special materials on the really difficult courses. […] So what I’d like to do today is introduce one of those more difficult courses, which again, once you clear you’ll get this special material, that allows you to create one of the more powerful suits in the game." — Hiromasa Shikata, Nintendo Treehouse Live @ E3 2015 Day 3 The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes, YouTube (Video), published June 18, 2015, retrieved August 22, 2015.

• ↑ " Oh! Ah yes, I hear you have conquered a Drablands challenge… Why didn’t you say something sooner! So modest! The mark of a true hero, I say. As promised, your reward for besting the Drablands challenge of the Woodlands. Use it well!" — King Tuft ( Tri Force Heroes)

• ↑ " Whoa! You did it!! So you finally broke the princess’s awful curse, did ya? Good one. This town’s finally lively again, and I’m turning a fine profit. It’s all thanks to you, pal. Oh, that reminds me. I’ve decided to finally put "those" up for sale, starting today. What are "those"? They’re called… Friendly Tokens!! They’re special treasures, ya know. Rare. Valuable. Ya can’t find these things, even in the Drablands." — Street Merchant ( Tri Force Heroes)

• ↑ " Now that you have some of The Lady’s materials, it’s time I showed you this little piece of work. I call it… The Lady’s Ensemble! If you wear this and visit the princess, you should be able to lift her curse! All without defeating The Lady." — Madame Couture ( Tri Force Heroes)

• ↑ "Nate had made it out to the beach, where he found some crab and a campfire with a pot at sunset. Feeling very pleased with himself, he threw some crab in the pot with some spicy peppers, only to find out crab wasn’t used for food recipes—it was for elixirs! This happened to fit perfectly with my own personal description of crustaceans as being “the insects of the sea,” but as an east coaster who grew up on crab, Nate wasn’t having it. He contacted Fujibayashi-san that night and began passionately explaining to the development team how much people like to eat crab, begging him to add crab dishes to the menu." — Bill Trinen, Now You’re Cooking with Power, Tumblr, published May 3, 2017, retrieved May 3, 2017.