These are Link's quest items from the original Legend of Zelda game all brought to life by thanks to the Hyrule Foundry 3-D printing technology. Hopefully not brought to life by 3-D printing technology? My little sister's doll collection. I don't know how she sleeps in there, they f***ing watch you when you enter her room.
The full set features 32 items, including rupees, a boss key, swords, boomerangs and bombs. In a post detailing the collection, the set's creator wrote about how each item "brought back a flood of memories" from playing the game as a child.
"Each time I had collected each of these items from their various hiding places and dungeons I had wanted to hold them, and now finally I could," the post reads. "I held the wooden sword in my hand and I said, 'this is it, the sword that started it all, the very first sword that we witnessed Link yielding.' I was satisfied with the results and was ready to share them with you, my fellow Zelda fans."
You can actually buy the whole collection or individual pieces over at Shapeways, with single pieces starting around $10 and everything going for around $300. I added it to my birthday list, but I don't expect much. I'll be lucky if somebody gets me the wooden sword. If I'm unlucky I'll get caught up arguing with a bum outside the liquor store this afternoon and walk in to see somebody screaming because they just won big on the lotto scratcher I was going to buy.
Hit the jump for another shot of the whole collection and a couple closeups of individual pieces.
Thanks to Will, who agrees an Ocarina of Time set is needed immediately.