Depending on which canon you’re referencing, there are different ways to get one of the best shields in the Zelda universe. You can either buy it after you gain access to Death Mountain from the Bazaar, get it by beating eight bosses in succession, or breaking into Hyrule Castle. All of these require skill, dedication, and an extra pair of underwear (especially when fighting your way through the toughest area of the game).

If you’re looking for a physical Zelda Shield, none of the previously mentioned ways of obtaining it will work. Instead, you can buy it for a few dozen rupees dollars from us! It’s great for cosplay, displaying on a wall, or just toting your stuff from day to day.

Note: If you purchase the Legend of Zelda Master Sword, there’s a sheath that holds it on the back of this backpack so you can carry it like Link.

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Ready Player One Oasis Mug

In the world of Ready Player One, if you’re spending all your time in the OASIS, it’s important to remember that your physical body still needs sustenance to keep playing. And what better way to get it than with an OASIS-themed mug?

Legend of Zelda Molded Rolling Pin

The design of this rolling pin has been passed down through the generations, just like Grandma’s infamous cookie recipes. (The secret? Risking a few stings to get the best Courser Bee Honey, of course!) Once you’ve mixed up the dough for Grandma’s cookies, roll it out with this embossing rolling pin to get the Wingcrest all over it.

Fallout Shower Curtain

The wastelands are not exactly a scenic vacation resort. There is a lot out there that you’ll end up running from, and you don’t want to end up sweaty and gross all the time. That’s why having a safe Vault-Tec vault to come home to at the end of a long day of foraging is so refreshing. You can take a long shower and just relax and let the stress and the rads wash away.