Poes Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

Not sure what to do with Poes in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom? We have all the info that you need. Poes are a new type of item in TOTK. They essentially work as a unique currency which you can only trade at specific vendors. In this guide, we explain where to find Poes, where to turn them in, and provide a full list of items which you can buy with Poes.

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Poes Zelda Tears of the Kingdom
Where to turn in Poes in TOTK?

Where to Find Poes in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

Poes are a unique resource in TOTK which can only be found in one place – the Depths. The Depths is a vast underground map in Tears of the Kingdom, which players can explore freely. It is a dark and mystical place, which you can illuminate by activating Lightroot trees, which reveal a portion of the map. Poes look like little tear-spirits of light and are littered all around the Depths.

How to Use Poes in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

You can use Poes in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom to purchase various items from special vendors called Bargainer Statues. To explain, the first one will unlock after you complete some of the initial quests related to exploring the Depths. You can find the first one in the Lookout Landing. Make sure to check out our guide about Bargainer Statues’ locations. Finally, when you unlock them all, you can purchase some unique items. These items are mostly related to Gloom Resistance. However, there are some other interesting commodities as well. Here’s is the full list of items available at Bargainer Statues.

  • Dark Clump – 10 Poes
  • Muddle Bud – 16 Poes
  • Puffshrrom – 16 Poes
  • Bomb Flower – 16 Poes
  • Dark Tunic – 150 Poes
  • Dark Trousers – 200 Poes
  • Tunic of the Depths – 150 Poes
  • Gaiters of the Depths – 200 Poes
  • Tunic of Time – 400 Poes
  • Trouser of Time – 400 Poes
  • Tunic of Twilight – 400 Poes
  • Tunic of the Wind – 400 Poes
  • Magic Rod – 100 Poes
  • Magic Scepter – 100 Poes
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