I have finally finished Twilight Princess HD on Hero Mode and collected all 50 Stamps in the game. To celebrate, I want to share with all of our fine readers our Twilight Princess HD Stamp Collection Guide so that you too, can get all of those lovely yet elusive stamps. We have refrained from using terms like “Go left here” or “Head right at the” as the game is mirrored depending on which mode you play. Instead, we have mentioned identifiable landmarks to help make finding each stamp easier.
There are 49 Chests with stamps in the game with the 50th stamp being rewarded to you after finding the other 49 stamps. It is quite a challenge but we list all the kinds of stamps in Alphabetical order along with where you can find them and what items you may need to get them. If you have any thoughts or opinions on how to improve this guide, please leave your comments below or email them to us at email@example.com.
I would like to thank and fully credit TourianTourist for making this guide possible. We have based and adapted our own guide on his which can be found on GameFAQs. It is titled The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD – Miiverse Stamp Location Guide.
The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD Stamp Guide
(Alphabetical Stamps listed in Alphabetical Order)
*Dig Caverns are underground caverns that can be accessed by Wolf Link when Wolf Link’s sense mode is activated
Stamp A (Forest Temple) – In the Boss Key room, a short tunnel can be found in the water. By jumping into the water and proceeding to the end of the tunnel, a chest can be found containing the “A” stamp.
Stamp B (Snowpeak Ruins) – In the room where the compass is found, there is also a small chest to be discovered, containing the “B” stamp.
Stamp C (Eldin Province Dig Cavern) – North of Kakariko Gorge in the largest area of Hyrule Field that’s part of the Eldin Province, close to the broken bridge, which can be repaired as part of a side quest requiring 1,000 rupees to be donated to the Goron Elder located in Kakariko Village’s Malo Mart, is a Dig Cavern. By lighting the two torches inside the cave, a treasure chest will appear containing the “C” stamp.
Stamp D (Arbiters Grounds) – Once you have the Spinner, head to the large room with rails at many different levels and proceed to the top, only to then spin-off just before the exit. Where you land, there should be two Stalfos next to a chest containing the “D” stamp.
Stamp E (Karaiko Gorge) – With the Dominion Rod to hand and reactivated, by making your way over to Kariko Gorge, an Owl Statue can be found and by moving it into its correct position, players are now free to traverse their way to the treasure chest containing the “E” stamp.
Stamp F (Lanayru Province) – Where the river meets the moat of Hyrule Castle in North Hyrule Field, a large chest can be found in front of a gate. Using the Zora tunic and Iron boots for good measure, you can head on over to the chest and open it to obtain the “F” stamp.
Stamp G (City in the Sky) – When advancing through the dungeon in the sky, on the second floor there is an area where players will need to Clawshot from one Peahat to another to get to the other side of the room and progress further. However, by making your way to the isolated island where a Poe can be found, there is also a chest that contains “G” stamp.
Stamp H (Goron Mines) – In the part of the mines where players will come across a huge open area full of Bulbin archers, ready to fire multiple arrows in the player’s direction, beneath the boardwalks is a massive body of water. By descending beneath the watery surface, Link can locate a large chest containing the “H” stamp beneath one of the wooden structures.
Stamp I (Lanayru Province) – In a Dig Cavern that can be found marked by a circle of grass near the Eldin Bridge in Hyrule Field, players can encounter many Chuchus and a treasure chest can be found containing the “I” stamp.
Stamp J (Lake Hylia) – Traversing through the dark lantern cavern, filled with a variety of enemies and promising rewards, halfway through Link will encounter two torchers. By lighting them with the lantern, a treasure chest containing the “J” stamp will be forced to appear.
Stamp K (Lakebed Temple) – In the central room of the dungeon, in the pool of water below the boss chamber, players will be able to slip on the Iron Boots and access a small alcove where a chest can be found containing the “K” stamp.
Stamp L (Temple of Time) – In the southernmost part of the room on the fifth floor where Link can acquire a Piece of Heart and a small key, there is also a treasure chest that contains the “L” stamp.
Stamp M (Lanayru Province) – Heading south from the bridge, Link can make his way over to a landmass where rocks can be spotted on a ledge. By destroying them with Bomb Arrows, Link can then Clawshot his way up and gain access to a Dig Cavern. The cavern is filled with Bubbles, which once destroyed, will cause a chest containing the “M” stamp to spawn.
Stamp N (Forest Temple) – East of wind bridge crossroads, in the vicinity where Link encounters the final monkey, there is a wooden platform. On it sits the treasure chest that contains the “N” stamp.
Stamp O (Kakariko Gorge) – In a lantern cavern located south of the bridge that leads to Kakariko Village, by exploring its intricate paths, Link will eventually discover a treasure chest holding the “O” stamp.
Stamp P (Lanayru Province) – Another Dig Cavern that can be encountered in North Hyrule Field, is one marked by a grass circle. It is located near the northern end of the stream that is viewable on the map. Inside, Link will be faced with Skulltula and three torches. By lighting them all the chest containing the “P” stamp will appear.
Stamp Q (Snowpeak Ruins) – In the very first room of Snowpeak Ruins, suits of armor can be seen lining up either side near the entrance. By smashing them with the Ball & Chain item obtainable in the dungeon, players can find a Poe and multiple chests, one of which houses the “Q” stamp.
Stamp R (Gerudo Desert) – Just north of the Cave of Ordeals and the Gerudo Mesa warp point, players will be required to use the Clawshot on a Peahat to cross a chasm and reach the chest containing the “R” stamp.
Stamp S (Lake Hylia Dig Cavern) – In a Dig Cavern just before the lantern cavern where stamp J can be obtained, players will need to defeat all the Toadpolis enemies to cause a treasure chest containing “S” stamp to spawn.
Stamp T (Temple of Time) – In the room with the giant scale located on the seventh floor. Above said scale is a large treasure chest that houses the “T” stamp.
Stamp U (Goron Mines) – In the same room with the Bulbin archers where players can get stamp H, located at the northern end is a high raised platform, which requires the Clawshot to reach it. On this platform, a treasure chest containing the “U” stamp can be spotted.
Stamp V (Lanayru Province) – With two Clawshots to hand, south of Hyrule Castle Town, players will be able to do a Spiderman impression as they lead Link from one cliff face to another to reach eventually reach the chest containing the “V” stamp.
Stamp W (Lake Hylia) – From the Lake Hylia warp point, jump into the water and explore the immediate vicinity to locate a treasure chest housing the “W” stamp.
Stamp X (Sacred Grove) – Remember the area where Link battles Skull Kid for the very first time and Skull Kid summons his helpers throughout the battle? Return back to this spot and you’ll notice the vines for Link to climb. Once at the top, use the Spinner on the tracks to make your way to the other side to find the chest that contains the “X” stamp.
Stamp Y (Lakebed Temple) – Once you have the Clawshot to hand, return to the first spiral water slide and use the Iron Boots to walk up to it, using the Clawshot to speed up the process where possible. Once you have reached the top, there will be a grate Link can Clawshot onto, giving him access to a treasure chest housing the “Y” stamp.
Stamp Z (City in the Sky) – In the center of the dungeon where Wolf Link is required to traverse across the drops. In the uppermost exterior part of the sky-based dungeon, Link will need to climb up the vines wrapped around the central column, avoiding all Skulltwalltulas where possible, and then crossing the ropes until you eventually come across a platform where a Poe can be found, along with the chest that contains the “Z” stamp.
The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD Stamp Guide
(Character and Icon Stamps listed in Alphabetical Order)
Agitha Stamp (Hyrule Castle Town) – Collect 12 Golden Bugs and take them to Agitha in Hyrule Castle Town. She will reward you with the “Agitha” Stamp.
Cuccoo (Lake Hylia) – By participating in “Falbi’s Flight by Fowl” minigame at the top of Lake Hylia, Link can grab hold of a cuccoo and use it to fly over to the colorful platforms on lower Lake Hylia. By landing as high up as possible, you’ll have access to the treasure chest third from the top, which just so happens to house the “Cuccoo” stamp.
Heart Container Stamp (Cave of Ordeals) – By successfully reaching the 40th floor, a chest containing the “Heart Container” stamp can be found next to the Great Fairy.
Fairy Stamp (Cave of Ordeals) – By successfully reaching the 50th floor, a chest containing the “Fairy” stamp can be found next to the Great Fairy.
Link (Angry) Stamp (Lanayru Province Dig Cavern) – West of Hyrule Castle Town, there is a field where players will spot some vines leading up to a ledge. By using the clawshot, players can get on top of the ledge, enter the Dig Cavern and then defeat all Helmassaurs inside to cause the treasure chest holding the “Link (Angry)” stamp, to appear.
Link (Happy) Stamp (Ordon Ranch Dig Cavern) – With Wolf Link, access the Dig Cavern in the barn found in Ordon Ranch. Light the three torches to cause a treasure chest to appear, containing the “Link (Happy)” stamp.
Link (Sad) Stamp (Eldin Province Dig Cavern) – In a Dig Cavern south of the Bridge of Eldin, there is a patch of soil that can be used to access a Dig Cavern. In said cavern are Bomb Fish and a treasure chest containing the “Link (Sad)” stamp.
Link (Surprised) Stamp (Cave of Ordeals) – By successfully reaching the 10th floor, a chest containing the “Link (Surprised)” stamp can be found next to the Great Fairy.
Link (Wolf) Stamp (Faron Province Dig Cavern) – By leaving Faron Woods to enter Hyrule Field, a Dig Cavern can be found east of the entry point. A variety of enemies, such as Chuchus, Deku Babas, Keese and Rats can be found inside the cavern, along with the chest that contains the “Link (Wolf)” stamp.
Malo Mart Stamp (Hyrule Castle Town) – After getting the Malo Mart to open in Hyrule Castle Town and finishing the Side Quest relating to Malo Mart, you can purchase the “Malo Mart” Stamp in the Mart for 100 Rupees.
Midna (Happy) Stamp (Cave of Ordeals) – By successfully reaching the 30th floor, a chest containing the “Midna (Happy)” stamp can be found next to the Great Fairy.
Midna (Angry) Stamp (Palace of Twilight) – With dual Clawshots to hand, in the second room when trying to get the first sol (an orb that emits light and radiates power), by accessing the upper levels, Link can find a treasure chest that contains the “Midna (Angry)” stamp.
Midna (Sad) Stamp (Gerudo Desert Dig Cavern) – In a small mesa, accessible via dual Dlawshots, located just north of the central part of the Gerudo desert, Link can find a Dig Cavern. In said cavern are two Poes and three torches, which once successfully lit, spawns a treasure chest that contains the “Midna (Sad)” stamp.
Midna (Surprised) Stamp (Arbiter’s Grounds) – When players reach the second chandelier they can pull up with a chain, by proceeding to walk past it on the right, there is a treasure chest that contains the “Midna (Surprised)” stamp.
Ooccoo (City in the Sky) – Requiring the twin clawshots, from the room just before the bridge Argorok obliterates, by making their way across, just opposite the access is a treasure chest that houses the “Ooccoo” stamp.
Piece of Heart Stamp (Eldin Province) – Inside the Lava Cave accessible north of the Bridge of Eldin, by jumping down into the magnetic streams with the iron boots on, players can find a Piece of Heart. There are also two torches close to the Piece of Heart, which once lit with Link’s lantern, will reveal a chest containing the “Piece of Heart” stamp.
Rupees Stamp (Hyrule Castle Town) – By collecting all 60 Poe souls for Jovani, going to visit him in Telma’s Bat and then going back to his house to talk to his cat in Wolf Link form, the cat will reward Link with the “Rupees” stamp and 200 rupees every time Link visits.
Treasure Chest Stamp (Lake Hylia) – In the lantern cavern where the J stamp can be acquired, there is a boulder near the end. Destroying it will reveal a treasure chest holding the “Treasure Chest” stamp.
True Midna (N/A) – Just as soon as players have collected all 49 other stamps, the True Midna stamp will be automatically awared the lantern cavern where the J stamp can be acquired, there is a boulder near the end. Destroying it will reveal a treasure chest holding the “Treasure Chest” stamp.
Zant Stamp (Palace of Twilight) – Head to the room in the Palace of Twilight where to where you find the second Sol. The adjacent room will require you to use the Double Clawshots to climb up to the out of reach alcoves. Inside the alcoves, you can find a number of chests, of which one of them has the “Zant” Stamp.
Zelda (Angry) Stamp (Palace of Twilight) – With Double Clawshots to hand, in the second room when trying to get the first sol (an orb that emits light and radiates power), by accessing the upper levels, Link can find a treasure chest that contains the “Midna (Angry)” stamp.
Zelda (Happy) Stamp (Hyrule Castle) – Should you collect every single small key the dungeon has to offer, players will be able to use one key to unlock the door leading to Hyrule Castle’s treasure chamber, home to all manner of chests, including one that holds the “Zelda (Happy)” stamp.
Zelda (Sad) Stamp (Hyrule Castle) – Once Link has acquired the map, in the eastern external area, there will be a ladder for him to climb. Once up, follow the path along the wall to find a chest with the “Zelda (Sad)” stamp inside it.
Zelda (Surprised) Stamp (Arbiter’s Grounds) – In order to get this stamp, you will need to go to the area where the southern gate of Hyrule Castle Town can be found. There is a fountain at the base of the staircases and in its center, there is a chest atop a pedestal. To reach it you must climb up the stairs and Clawshot to the top of the pillars near the Southern Gate Entrance. Once on the ledge of the pillar, use the Spinner along the tracks and try to jump off just before you reach the center, disengage from the track to land on the pedestal with the chest containing the “Zelda (Surprised)” Stamp.