Piece of Heart Guide - Guide for The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
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The Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time Piece of Heart Guide Guide ****** ****** ******** ** ******** *******####***####******* *****###### * ######****** *****###############***** *****#############***** ****########**** ****##**** *** Hi my name is Monica and this FAQ is dedicated to all 36 piece of hearts in the game The Legend of Zelda the Ocarina of time, which by the way is my favorite game ever. Pieces of hearts increase your life energy. It takes four pieces to make a total heart container. You also get heart containers with each boss you defeat, with the exception of Ganondorf and Ganon. The list of hearts are organized by their location. Some hearts you can only get as a child while others only as an adult. Hyrule Field 1. Go towards the entrance that leads into Lake Hylia. Theres a fence that surrounds an area. Jump in and bomb the middle to uncover a secret grotto. You can do this as an adult or child. 2. Between Lon Lon ranch and Hyrule castle grows an isolated tree. Plant a bomb near it and another secret grotto will open up. Hyrule Castle/Marketplace 1. Complete the treasure chest game. 2. When the bombchu bowling game opens theres many prizes you can win, one of them is a piece of heart. 3. Go in to the market place at night, youll find it swarming with stray dogs. Find the one thats a different color from the rest and take it to the women in the back alley for a piece of heart. It may take more than one try to find the right dog. Lon Lon Ranch 1. When you first enter the pasture with all the horses youll see a tower at the end, enter it and youll find some crates and cows. Move the crates around till you uncover a small crawl space, go into it to find a piece of heart nestled in hay. Kakariko Village 1. When you complete Dodongo cavern and reach the great fairy fountain the owl( the one that gives you a lot of pointless advice) will give you a ride to Kakariko Village. Youll land on one of the roof tops, dont jump off, instead hop down to the platform above the cuccos enclosement. Enter a hole to claim you prize. If you missed your chance as a child you can hookshot you way up there later. 2. As an adult use your hook shot to reach the guy on the roof, talk to him to get a piece of heart. 3. As a child play the digging game with Dampe, hell eventually dig up a heart. 4. Once you finish Dampes race and win the hookshot play the song of time to leave the area, youll find yourself in the windmill use your hook shot to reach the peace of heart. 5. Return to Dampes grave as an adult and complete Dampes race under a minute for another heart. 6. Kill 50 golden skulltulas. 7. Plant a magic bean in the graveyard as a child come back as an adult to reach a ledge. 8. Theres a weird gravestone in the graveyard pull on it to reveal a hole. Jump in and play the song of storms for the heart piece. Lost Woods 1. Enter lost woods from kokiri forest turn left and play Sarias song for the skull kid. 2. Enter the lost woods and turn right, youll find two skull kids follow thier tune on your ocarina correctly and youll get a piece of a heart. Death Mountain 1. As a child plant a magic bean in the patch of soil in front of Dodongo cavern, return as an adult to get on top of the cavern. 2. As young Link play the Bolero of fire to get inside the crater. Quickly plant a magic bean in the patch of soft soil. Return as adult Link to hitch a ride to the heart. 3. Enter the crater from the top of Death Mountain go straight ahead to what seems like a cliff, but youll find that it has a climbable wall on the other side. Climb down on the ledge to snatch a piece of heart. 4. As a child go to goron city and light all the torches along the bottom to make this giant pot spin around. Go on the next level up and throw bombs in it if you make it itll start spinning like crazy and once it stops if it has the happy face looking at you youll get a piece of a heart. Itll make sense once you see it. Zoras River 1.&2. Theres two pieces of hearts you can get, its kinda hard to explain, but just keep a cucco handy and explore the area is all I can tell you. 3. Theres a group of frogs underwater( navi will point them out to you)swipe out your ocarina and play the song of storms. 4. Play every song you know for the frogs, and theyll challenge you to a bug eating contest, win it for the heart. Zoras Domain 1. As a child light all of the torches to make a chest appear behind the waterfall. 2. Return to the frozen domain to find a piece of a heart in the middle of nowhere. 3. Theres a heart frozen with red ice in ice cavern, use blue fire to melt your prize. 4. Explore the bottom of Zoras fountain with iron boots to find a sunken heart piece. Lake Hylia 1. Go to the fishing pond as young Link, fish a ten pound fish for a piece of heart. 2. As a child plant a magic bean near the lab, come back as an adult to get a heart on top of the lab. 3. With the golden scale or iron boots dive to the bottom of the pool in the lab, theres a heart there. Gerudo Valley 1. At the far right of the canyon theres a waterfall. You can reach it with a cucco or from the river with a ladder. Behind the waterfall is a ledge with the heart piece. 2. In the same canyon is another ledge with a piece of heart on it, use a cucco to get there. Gerudo Fortress 1. As youre looking for the carpenters, you may find yourself on a balcony above your jail cell. Look towards the top of the fortress to spot a chest, use your hook shot the reach your prize. 2. Score over 1000 points in the horseback archery game. Unless you have super good aim, its gonna take you a few tries. Desert Colossus 1. Warp with the Requiem of Spirit as young link to the temple plant a magic bean on the patch of soil, and return as an adult to get a piece of heart on top af a rock. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ This faq was made on Aril 9, 2005 Edited on June 21, 2005