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- Redd will sometimes sell a Triforce in his store.
- In Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass, a flying mailman will tell Link he does not want to be shot with a slingshot. This could be a reference to Pete.
- If you look in a cabinet or wardrobe, sometimes a message will come up saying, "I just found 10 Rupees!" "Too bad I can't use them in this town!"
- The Master Sword is the main weapon in Zelda series. It is a furniture item in the Animal Crossing series.
- Redd himself looks like a magical creature from the Zelda series, called the Keaton.
- The player can buy clothes that look like Link's clothes such as the Hero's clothes and the Hero's hat. You can also get the Majora's mask, Midna's helmet, and a Fi mask.
- Sometimes a peppy villager will say she went to a faraway place and saw someone in green shoot something with a boomerang.
- In the back of Katrina's tent, there is a Triforce.
- Katrina will sometimes refer to a star named "Triumph Forks"; this is a reference to the Fishmen's misinterpretation of the "Triforce" legend in The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker.
- If you go to Timmy's and Tommy's shop you can buy a fortune cookie and inside will be a fortune. Normally, you cannot buy these items. There are Zelda related items that can be obtained through this, such as the Master Sword or the Hero's clothes.
- In Animal Crossing: City Folk, once you trade an item with a jock villager, they might say: 'Raise it above your head like a trophy', which is a reference to Link's way of holding a newly obtained item, raising it above his head.
- Makar's Mask from The Legend of Zelda:The Wind Waker can be found at the Able Sisters shop.
- Instead of the iconic circular pattern, rarely a heart, butterfly, ginko leaf (Redd's symbol) or a Triforce can be found in the stump of a tree when you cut it in New Leaf.
- Sometimes you can buy a Tingle hat from The fortune teller shop on main street to increase your luck. This feature can only be done in Animal Crossing: New Leaf.