Symbols in the Legend of Zelda Series

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Cyclone Slate Symbols: warping symbols utilized in Phantom Hourglass
Fire Medallion: given by Darunia, and later shown atop the Twilight Princess Mirror Chamber
Summer: appears on the Rod of Seasons and at the Temple of Seasons
Maku Seeds: Symbols for the Maku Seeds in Oracle of Seasons and Oracle of Ages
Deku Emblem: appears on doors in the Deku Shrine, as well as the alter at Woodfall
Autumn: appears on the Rod of Seasons and at the Temple of Seasons
Spirit Tracks Fire Temple Emblem: appears within the temple as well as its corresponding train station
Hylian Alphabet: text utilized in Twilight Princess, also appearing on the gold Skyward Sword box art
Zora Emblem: spiritual stone of water, hanging above King Zora, around the necks of Princes Ralis and Komali, on Medli's dress, etc.
Gerudo Emblem (Canon): appears on the updated Ocarina of Time Mirror Shield, armor for Onox and Veran, on Ganondorf's Cloak, etc.
Tingle Cursor: appears whenever and wherever one uses the Tingle Tuner
Blood Stained Emblem: appears outside and inside Stone Tower Temple, as well as on Death Armos
Symbol of Time: appears on the Door of Time, as well as on Song of Time Blocks
Dominion Rod: appears on owl statues and other objects, as well as appearing on the rod itself
Red 'Fire' Element appearing in the Four Sword trilogy
Majora's Mask: appears on blocks, floor switches, and boss warps across Termina, as well as on stone pillars in Twinmold's Lair
Symbol of the Spirits: appears on buildings, statues and artwork in Spirit Tracks
Farore: first appeared as the Tune of Echoes, then shown on Farore's Pearl and Courage Gems
Bombos Medallion: appears in Link to the Past, and later in Four Swords Adventures
Light Medallion: given by Rauru, and later shown atop the Twilight Princess Mirror Chamber, as well as in the Temple of Time
Postman's Symbol: appears on the postman's hat, shirt, and banners
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Spirit Tracks Ocean Temple Emblem: appears within the temple as well as its corresponding train station
Kokiri Emblem: spiritual stone of the forest, appearing on the Deku Shield, doors of several forest dungeons, Crayk's shell, etc.
Door Symbols: drawing symbols appearing on barriers in Phantom Hourglass
Sheikah Emblem: appears on gossip/howling stones, wall art at the Forsaken Fortress, the back of Zelda's Cloak in Twilight Princess, etc.
Ether Medallion: appears in Link to the Past
Forest Medallion: given by Saria, and later shown atop the Twilight Princess Mirror Chamber
Triforce: appears just about everywhere!
Wind Crest: placed at warping points within the Minish Cap
Goron Emblem: spiritual stone of fire, appearing on goron arms everywhere, displayed around Goron City, on merchant backpacks in Wind Waker, etc.
Ocean King's Emblem: appearing at the Temple of the Ocean King, as well as on Pure Metals, and the Phantom Sword
Cross: appears in the Legend of Zelda, Adventure of Link, and in official artwork of A Link To The Past
Knight's Crest: collectable items in Wind Waker, also appearing on official artwork for Darknuts in Wind Waker and Minish Cap
Gerudo Emblem (Old): appears on floor switches, the Mirror Shield, and on flags in the Gerudo Training Ground (still present after the update)
Nayru: first appeared as the Tune of Ages, then shown on Nayru's Pearl and Wisdom Gems
Kinstone Symbol: appears on red, green, and blue kinstones
Din: first appeared as the Tune of Currents, then shown on Din's Pearl and Power Gems
Vaati's Eye: Eye Symbol variant appearing in Four Swords, The Minish Cap, and Four Swords Adventures
Royal Crest: appears around several Hyrule Castles, on Castle Guard uniforms, at the Islet of Steel, at the Arbiter's Grounds, etc
Spirit Tracks Snow Temple Emblem: appears within the temple as well as its corresponding train station
Symbol appearing on the Wooden and Iron Shields in Skyward Sword
Spirit Tracks Sand Temple Emblem: appears within the temple as well as its corresponding train station
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Sky Writing: characters collected with the Ancient Sky Book in Twilight Princess
Purple 'Earth' Element appearing in the Four Sword trilogy
New Hylian: text utilized in Wind Waker and in the Minish Cap
Quake Medallion: appears in Link to the Past, and later in Four Swords Adventures
Symbol on the Hero's Shield commonly used by Toon Link (Wind Waker, Minish Cap, Phantom Hourglass, etc.)
Spirit Tracks Forest Temple Emblem: appears within the temple as well as its corresponding train station
Old Hylian: text utilized in Ocarina of Time and Majora's Mask
Green 'Wind' Element appearing in the Four Sword trilogy
Blue 'Water' Element appearing in the Four Sword trilogy
Symbol on the Wooden Shield in Phantom Hourglass, and later the Shield of Antiquity in Spirit Tracks
Spirit Medallion: given by Nabooru, and later shown atop the Twilight Princess Mirror Chamber
Winter: appears on the Rod of Seasons and at the Temple of Seasons
Forest Medallion (alternate): given by Saria in Ocarina of Time 3DS
Spring: appears on the Rod of Seasons and at the Temple of Seasons
Shadow Medallion: given by Impa, and later shown atop the Twilight Princess Mirror Chamber
Twilight Emblem: appears on magic barriers, Shadow Beasts, Shadow Kargaroks, and throughout the Twilight Realm
Water Medallion: given by Ruto, and later shown atop the Twilight Princess Mirror Chamber (broken)
Sail Symbol: appears on the King of Red Lions' Sail and Grappling Arm in Wind Waker, as well as on the Cyclone Slate in Phantom Hourglass
Agahnim's Eye: Eye Symbol variant appearing at Hyrule Castle in Link To The Past, on Agahnim's official artwork, and (arguably) on the top of Zant's Throne
Hylian Crest: appears on the Hylian Shield, Princess Zelda's dress, behind the Skyward Sword logo, etc.

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