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[[File:Item-rupee-1.png|frameless]][[File:Item-rupee-5.png|frameless]][[File:Item-rupee-10.png|frameless]][[File:Item-rupee-20.png|frameless]][[File:Item-rupee-50.png|frameless]][[File:Item-rupee-100.png|frameless]][[File:Item-rupee-200.png|frameless]] '''Rupees''' are the form of currency accepted all acrossed Hyrule for goods and services and come in a variety of denominations and colors to distinguish the value of each. Rupees can be found just about everywhere with the most commonly seen being the green variation only adding a value of 1 to [[Link]]'s [[Wallets|wallet]]. Normally when the player picks up a rupee value higher than 1 Link will present it to the player with a pickup message however this popup notification is removed as a quality of life change to the randomizer. Interestingly although there are 7 denominations available to find and add to the wallet there is a black and grey variation used as dummy icons typically to represent missing or unused items in the games code. Also interestingly Link's purple rupee found in his basement is considered a unique item. This is due to the fact that in order to add text to each item the item in question has to have a different ID. Therefore this item is given a different ID despite it being no different from the standard purple rupee.
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'''Rupees''' are the form of currency accepted all across Hyrule for goods and services and come in a variety of denominations and colors to distinguish the value of each. Rupees can be found just about everywhere with the most commonly seen being the green variation only adding a value of 1 to [[Link]]'s [[Wallets|wallet]]. Normally when the player picks up a rupee value higher than 1 Link will present it to the player with a pickup message however this popup notification is only shown once per session. Interestingly although there are 7 denominations available to find and add to the wallet there is a black and grey variation used as dummy icons typically to represent missing or unused items in the games code. Also interestingly Link's purple rupee found in his basement is considered a unique item. This is due to the fact that in order to add text to each item the item in question has to have a different ID. Therefore this item is given a different ID despite it being no different from the standard purple rupee.
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{| class="wikitable"
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|+Rupees
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!Rupee
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!Value
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|-
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|[[File:Item-rupee-1.png|frameless]]
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|1
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|-
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|[[File:Item-rupee-5.png|frameless]]
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|5
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|-
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|[[File:Item-rupee-10.png|frameless]]
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|10
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|-
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|[[File:Item-rupee-20.png|frameless]]
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|20
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|-
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|[[File:Item-rupee-50.png|frameless]]
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|50
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|-
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|[[File:Item-rupee-100.png|frameless]]
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|100
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|-
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|[[File:Item-rupee-200.png|frameless]]
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|200
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|}

Latest revision as of 21:52, 11 November 2020

Rupees are the form of currency accepted all across Hyrule for goods and services and come in a variety of denominations and colors to distinguish the value of each. Rupees can be found just about everywhere with the most commonly seen being the green variation only adding a value of 1 to Link's wallet. Normally when the player picks up a rupee value higher than 1 Link will present it to the player with a pickup message however this popup notification is only shown once per session. Interestingly although there are 7 denominations available to find and add to the wallet there is a black and grey variation used as dummy icons typically to represent missing or unused items in the games code. Also interestingly Link's purple rupee found in his basement is considered a unique item. This is due to the fact that in order to add text to each item the item in question has to have a different ID. Therefore this item is given a different ID despite it being no different from the standard purple rupee.

Rupees
Rupee Value
Item-rupee-1.png 1
Item-rupee-5.png 5
Item-rupee-10.png 10
Item-rupee-20.png 20
Item-rupee-50.png 50
Item-rupee-100.png 100
Item-rupee-200.png 200