HUGE Zelda Walkthrough! - Guide for The Legend Of Zelda: Ocarina Of Time

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Table Of Contents
1.Kokiri Forest
2.Deku Tree
3.Hyrule Field
4.Hyrule Market
5.Hyrule Castle
6.Lon Lon Ranch
7.Lost Woods
8.Kakariko Village
9.Goron City
10.Dodongo's Cavern
11.Goron City
12.Death Mountain
14.Zora's River
15.Zora's Domain
16.Lake Hylia
17.Zora's Fountain
18.Jabu-Jabu's Belly
20.Temple Of Time
21.Hyrule Market
22.Ingo's Ranch
23.Kakariko Village
24.Lost Woods
25.Forest Temple
26.Death Mountain
27.Fire Temple
28.Ice Cavern
29.Lake Hylia
30.Water Temple
31.Lake Hylia (updates)
32.Bottom Of The Well
33.Shadow Temple
34.Gerudo Fortress
35.Desert Colossus
36.Spirit Temple (child)
37.Spirit Temple (adult)
38.Final Updates
39.Ganon's Castle
40.Gold Skulltula Index (where they are)
41.Heart Piece Index (where they are)
42.Big Poe Index (where they are)

Kokiri Forest

Description: Link's quest begins in his birth place, the quiet town of Kokiri 
Forest.You're free to visit the Lost Woods to the North (although this probably 
isn't such a good idea), but the other exit route will be blocked until you equip 
with a sword and shield to do the bidding of the giant Deku Tree that waits in the 
east side of the village.

Walktrough: The Deku Tree has summoned you, but you're not going to get there 
without first doing a bit of legwork. If you head straight towards the Deku Tree 
(the giant one in the far east), as your friend Saria suggests, you'll be stopped by 
your pesky rival, Mido, and told that you can't proceed without first acquiring a 
sword and shield. The sword is hidden in the obstacle course in the southwestern 
part of town, but you'll have to buy the shield. You can learn a lot of very 
valuable tips from the posted signs and the long haired Kokiri boy in the obstacle 
course near Link's house. But the real excitement is hidden deep inside the cliff 
wall. You'll have to crawl trough the little hole at the end of the path of fences 
to find the real meat of the obstacle course. Before you enter the circular part to 
the left, wait for the giant rock to roll past you, then run after it, stopping at 
the first alcove to pick up a blue rupee, then continue on the treasure chest. Hit 
it with the A button to open it, and then grab your Kokiri Sword. Once you've 
equipped it, take a couple of shots at the signs and plants outside of the course, 
and take the opportunity to practice your various swings (there are major strategic 
differences between them) on the rock by the Kokiri. The Deku Shield is easy to get: 
Just collect 40 rupees and buy it from the shop. There are a variety of ways to get 
the money, but the easiest is to simply ransack the homes of your neighbors. Got a 
problem with Mido's attitude? Open all four chests in his house and steal his 11 
rupees. The twin's haven't wronged you like Mido has, but don't feel bad about 
stealing their 6 rupees again and again, since they'll regenerate the second you 
leave. While your calling on your neighbors, don't neglect Saria's house. She's not 
home, but you can four infinitely-returning hearts here, whenever you need them. And 
don't miss the tally of Link's accomplishments on his own wall. GOLD SKULLTULA: 
Theres a skulltula behind the KNOW-IT-ALL Bros' house, but you won't be able to find 
it until night falls. And since time is frozen in Kokiri Forest, You'll have to wait 
until you can leave town to get it. There are two exits from Kokiri, one to the 
North and one to the West. Someone is blocking the West exit, which leads to Hyrule 
Field, but you're free to head North to the Lost Woods whenever you wish. Of course, 
you have little reason to go there until a bit after you've conquered the Deku Tree, 
so we'll cover that later. For now I recommend you just equip your sword and shield 
and head straight for the Giant Deku Tree.

Inside The Deku Tree

Description: The entrance to the game's first dungeon lies in the far east of the 
Kokiri Forest, in the very mouth of the Deku Tree. Eliminate the parasites that are 
destroying the tree from within, and you'll walk away with Link's Slingshot, the 
Kokiri Emerald, and a destiny to pursue. Fail, and you'll end your quest as little 
more than Gohma food.


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