It’s time to see how much the most expensive Zelda Amiibo figures of all time are and how much you’ll need to spend to upgrade your Breath of the Wild experience!
Yes, these little Amiibo bring even more excitement to BOTW on the Wii U or Nintendo Switch. We’re talking famous characters accompanying and you legendary items falling from the sky!
Gamers can tap an Amiibo once per day and get special chests and items otherwise unavailable in the game, and they’re all incredible.
I’ve listed what each of the most expensive Zelda Amiibo figures brings to the party below as well as how much each costs.
So, what were we waiting for; let’s get started and check out Number 17!
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Let’s kickstart this list of the most expensive Zelda Amiibo figures with the daft and meddlesome Bokoblin, ever the bane of Link’s (and my) life.
Stick this little guy on your Switch or Wii U and make use of monster weapons with some slick stats. There’s not much chance of getting anything else exciting other than some meat and monster parts, which is why this little bad guy is only worth $30.
Still, they have to be my favourite grunts from any Zelda games, and they make a sweet little figure to sit next to my TV when not in use.
If you’ve recently checked out our Sheik Zelda facts, then you’ll know all about Zelda’s alter ego. You’ll also know that using the Sheik Amiibo gives users a chance of getting Sheik’s mask to go with the Stealth set!
That’s worth the cost price of $32 alone, never mind anything else that might drop!
As you might have guessed with Sheik portraying a Sheikah, chests that drop after using Sheik have Sheikah weapons inside aswell as either ice, fire, or electric arrows.
The young hero of Ocarina of Time and Majora’s Mask takes the 15th spot in our expensive Zelda Amiibo list!
Young Link gives BOTW players lots of different fish to whip up into dishes. There’s also a chance to get the Royal Weapon set without heading into Hyrule Castle, which is good if you’re not ready to go up against tonnes of Guardians!
You can also use Young Link in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate to get some extra in-game actions!
Link has changed a lot over the years. If you put 8-Bit Link and BOTW Link together you’d hardly believe they were the same person.
Still, don’t write off this retro rebel just yet. Using this Legend of Zelda Amiibo on your Switch brings a chance of dropping the Cap of the Hero, the Tunic of the Hero, or the Trousers of the Hero.
You might even get the Legend of Zelda Sword, a unique item only available when using this Amiibo.
It’s nowhere near as powerful as some of the weapons found later in the game, but it’s still a nice little treasure to have on show in your house in Hateno.
Next up on our Zelda Amiibo list is Link Archer (Breath of the Wild), wearing the classic Champions Tunic and firing an Ancient Arrow at an unseen enemy.
As you might have guessed, this Amiibo is going to bring lots of bows and arrows. And we can always use more of each while playing this game!
You might need to visit Hestu and get those bow slots expanded before spending $99 and bringing this figure into your collection!
The Guardian Amiibo might look the coolest, but this Wolf Link Amiibo is definitely my favourite!
Wolf Link joins BOTW Link while running around Hyrule when using this Amiibo. How amazing is that!
Not only is it a companion to have by your side, but it will attack animals and enemies to help you out along the way.
It’s possible to get the Wolf to stay and wait outside villages before you enter, and you can also feed it meat to replenish its health.
I love the Guardians in BOTW, and this Guardian (Breath of the Wild) Amiibo is definitely looks the best out of all figures in this list.
I’m a little concerned that it’s about to abduct our Dodo mascot though, what will we do without him!
As you might have guessed, the Guardian Amiibo brings Guardian weapons and arrows with it, as well as possibly some Ancient Cores and other guardian parts.
Time to go Guardian mining!
Link (Skyward Sword) takes the 10th spot in our list of the most expensive Zelda Amiibo of all time.
Skyward Sword might have been the precursor to Breath of the Wild, but it certainly holds a lot respect in the Zelda community as being the last ‘traditional’ Zelda game in the canon.
If players tap this little beauty onto their Switch while playing BotW, they’ll get the Cap, Tunic, and Trousers of the Sky, along with the Goddess sword to add to their collection!
Zelda is a special character, to there’s no surprise that using her Zelda (Breath of the Wild) Amiibo provides users with special gems and possible Star Fragments!
That makes it much easier than chasing those yellow shining lights all over Hyrule!
There’s also a chance to get the Radiant Shield too. I know it’s not as good as the Hylian Shield, but it makes sense as Zelda and Urbosa were good friends.
Plus, it’s a slick shield to have if you can get it from the start and more durable than the Spiked Boko Shields you’ll find early on.
I would absolutely love to have Ganondorf running around with me in game, smashing Bobkoblins into the dust with his Captain Falcon-esque punch.
Still, with a chance to get the Sword of the Six Sages, it’s worth buying for $44 and using every single day until it turns up!
This sword will glow in dark areas, helping to light your way, and with a strength of 48 it’s a nice hard hitter to have in your collection. Just be careful in thunderstorms!
Ganondorf’s Amiibo also brings barrels containing goodies, but some of them will explode when hit.
He’s a sneaky little fiend, isn’t he!
This Link (Twilight Princess) Amiibo is up next, and weirdly it gives you exactly the same items as the Link (Smash Bros) Amiibo found further down this article.
The price difference between the two Amiibo is minimal, and they both allow users to get Epona and the Twilight Clothing from Twilight Princess.
Some people have even reported being able to register Epona twice through using both of the Amiibo!
Fancy getting the legendary Twilight Bow in Breath of the Wild? For $47, the Zelda (Twilight Princess) Amiibo and indeed the bow could be yours!
It’s a rare drop, but what a bow!
As well as the legendary bow, this Amiibo will bring tonnes of bows and gems for you to collect, bolstering both your arsenal and your bank balance in the process!
The hero of time takes 5th place in our most expensive Zelda Amiibo list, coming in at a price of $47.
It that a lot to pay for the chance of getting the Biggoron Sword? I mean, the Giant’s Knife cost 200 rupees, so I guess that’s not a bad price!
With 60 durability and 50 strength in BOTW, this legendary sword is basically the same as one of the higher-level claymores.
But that’s not all!
There’s also the chance of getting the Cap of Time, Tunic of Time, and Trousers of Time, raising your base defence and increasing your Master Sword Beam at the same time!
And, you’ll look like Link in one of the best N64 games of all time!
It’s time for Young Link to appear once again, this time as a Majora’s Mask Link Amiibo.
How would you like to play as Fierce Deity Link through Breath of the Wild? The mask that Link wore at the end of Majora’s Mask might not have the same power that it once held, but it will give you +1 attack and can be upgraded along with the full set.
For $104 you could get the complete Fierce Deity Set in three different chests and the 60-strength Fierce Deity Sword!
Next up on our list of most expensive Zelda Amiibo figures is Link (Smash Bros), and the only way to get Epona in Breath of the Wild!
The first scan of this Amiibo brings Epona, guaranteed every time. You can either keep asking Epona to arrive every time you scan the Amiibo or register it and then make use of more exciting goodies.
This Amiibo is the gift that keeps on giving!
Chests will drop once Epona has been registered, and there’s a chance you’ll get the Twilight set, making Link look like he’s stepped just out of Twilight Princess!
A double pack of Toon Link & Zelda takes second place, costing $62 at the time of writing.
Windwaker Link complete with his legendary wand doesn’t bring that much to the party, dropping various swords and boomerangs whenever used.
Hey, I’m not snubbing it; it’s better than nothing!
Toon Zelda, however, brings a small chance of getting the Hero’s Shield, the very shield used in the Wind Waker! She also provides plants that are useful for cooking!
The most expensive Zelda Amiibo figures of all time are the 4 Champions (Breath of the Wild) that piloted the Divine Beasts in BOTW.
As well as weapons from each of the four Champion’s races that you can use to upgrade into the weapons used by said champion and lots of meat, there’s a chance users will find helms based on each Divine Beast.
The Divine beast helms are incredible and fit into the Ancient Set perfectly, providing the same level of Guardian resistance as the Ancient Helm.
Not only that, but they’ll give you the same +1 as the traditional set from each Champion’s homeland too. Pretty neat, huh?
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Seb Santabarbara has bought every Nintendo console that has ever been released in his 33 years on Planet Earth. His favourite game franchise is Zelda, and he’s patiently waiting for Banjo-Kazooie to come back to the fold. When he’s not playing games, he’s travelling the world in his self-converted camper van.