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Zelda Triforce Coasters: For a Drink to the Past (or Present, or Future)

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Written by Lambert Varias | July 1, 2011

Do you know what that fourth triangle in the Triforce symbol stands for? That upside-down one? It stands for what you need when you’ve run out of strength, when you need to forget moments when you showed your lack of wisdom, and of course the times when you need courage. It stands for the Triforce of Inebriation. Okay I just made that up, but these cool wooden coasters are for real.

wood triforce coasters by 1337motif

The coasters are made of walnut and maple and have been finished with lacquer. Each coaster is 3.5″ on each side and about a quarter of an inch thick. Get them from Etsy seller 1337motif; $50 (USD) – or 450 Hylian Rupees – buys you a pack of six.

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