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                        Legend Of Zelda Ocarina Of Time
                                Saria's Guide

                              Table of Contents

*One*            The Story
*Two*            Characters
*Three*          Items
*Four*           Walkthrough
a. Kokiri's Emerald
b. Goron's Ruby
c. Zora's Sapphiere
d. Light Medallion
e. Forest Medallion
f. Fire Medallion
g. Water Medallion
h. Shadow Medallion
i. Spirit Medallion
j. Triforce (Authors Note: SPOILERS!!!)
*Five* Secrets
*Six* Side Quest
*Seven* Questions and Answers
*Eight* Songs
*Nine* 100 Gold Skulltulas
*Ten* Bosses
*Eleven* Heart Pieces

                                   The Story

A long time ago...

Before life began, before the world had form, three golden goddesses 
descended upon the chaotic land of Hyrule. They were Din, the Goddess of 
Power, Nayru, the Goddess of Wisdom and Farore, the Goddess of Courage.

Din, with her strong flaming arms, cultivated the land to create the earth. 
Nayru poured her wisdom onto the earth to give the spirit of law to the 
world. Farore's rich soul created all life forms who would uphold the law.

These three great goddesses returned to the heavens, leaving behind the 
golden sacred Triforce. Since then, the Triforce has become the basis for 
Hyrule's providence. Where the Triforce stood became sacred land.

In the vast, deep forest of Hyrule, the Great Deku Tree served as the 
guardian spirit. The children of the forest, the Kokiri, lived with the Great 
Deku Tree. Each Kokiri had his or her own guardian fairy, except one. His 
name was Link.

Early one morning, Link was having a nightmare. It was the same nightmare he 
had every night. During a storm, Link would find himself standing in front of 
a mysterious castle. A rider on horseback, carrying a girl, would race by. 
The girl would look at Link as if to say something. Then, another rider would 
appear. This big man clad in black would look down menacingly at Link. Link 
would then awaken.

"Link! Hey, get up, Link! The Great Deku Tree wants to talk to you!"

As Link opened his eyes, he saw a fairy floating in front of him. This 
fairy's name was Navi. Navi was sent to summon Link to the Great Deku Tree.

"Oh Navi, thou hast returned!" said the Deku Tree. "Thank you, Link, for 
coming. Thy slumber these past moons must have been restless, and full of 
nightmares. A vile climate pervades this world. Verily, ye have felt it. The 
time has come to test thine courage. I have been cursed. I need you to dispel 
the curse with your wisdom and courage. Art thou prepared?"

Link entered the Great Deku Tree and broke the curse.

"Well done, Link! I knew that ye were worthy of carrying out my wishes. A 
wicked man of the desert cast this dreadful curse on me. Employing his vile, 
sorcerous energies, the evil one is searching for the sacred realm connected 
to Hyrule. For it is there that one will find the divine relic, the Triforce, 
that contains the essence of the gods. Whoever holds the Triforce can make 
their wishes come true. Thou must never allow the desert man to lay his hands 
on the sacred Triforce. Thou must never suffer that man to enter the sacred 
realm of legend. Link, go now to Hyrule Castle. There, ye will surely meet 
the Princess of destiny. Present this stone to the Princess. I have foreseen 
that she will understand everything."

The Great Deku Tree gave Link the spiritual stone of the forest. Before 
dying, the Deku Tree's last words were, "The future depends upon thee, Link. 
Thou art courageous."

Link: Link is the main character of the game, whether or not you choose to name
him that, but if you do it is more realistic. He is a Kokiri Fairy Boy, but he
was very different than the rest of them, partly because he was chosen by the
Deku tree to save the world. He is always courageous, but still has a softer
side. Once you're an adult, Link is basically a hero/legend for all that he has
done to save the different races (Gorons, Zora's, Kokiri's, etc.)

Saria: She is kind of the unspoken leader of the Kokiri, and she is Links best
childhood friend. She to has an Ocarina, and the bond between the 2 is so great
that ther is even a song so he can always talk to her. Although in the end you
will just have to see for yourself how they end up relationship wise...

Navi: The fairy which was sent to Link by the great Deku Tree. She possesses
magic, although is kind of annoying in the beginning of the game, but you will
get used to her. She cannot help in the battle with Ganondorf because of his
evil waves, but later in the battle, she is of some help to you.

Princess Zelda: The Princess of Hyrule, and another one of Links lady friends.
She first tells him of the evil that is spreading and growing in Hyrule and
with that they will become life long friends. She will even help him out in
disquise later in the game, so be on the lookout!

Impa: Impa is the stern but caring guardian of Princess Zelda, and was born and
raised in Kakariko Village, which she then rebuilt into a nice place. She is
the one who teaches you Zelda's Lullaby, and is constantly at the side of the
Princess giving her aid when needed, she is also one of the only ones who
believed Zelda's dream in the beginning of the game.

Mido: He is the authority figure in a sense of the Kokiri village. He is really
just a mean little kid, but he thinks he is all big and tough, although he
wasn't asked to save the world now was he. Pay no attention to his negative
thoughts, and just keep doing good.

Nabouru: Ah, the thief and another one of Links lady friends. In the end I
think they are pretty good friends, even though they resent eachother at first.
Sh eis not as evil as she seems, and so you give her the silver gauntlets.

Biggoron: He is the guy who gives you Biggorons sword, obviously! He is big but
wouldn't hurt a fly unless it pulled a knife in him. Its kind of funny, how he,
a pleasant nice guy could make the Biggorons sword, but who cares.

Darunia: Big Boss of the Gorons, and he is one strong rock eater. He is the
only Goron who wasn't trying to eat the Red Stone, and gives you a pretty cool
Bracelet so you can lift bombflowers. Although you have to do a little bit of
cheering up and dancing first.

King Zora: Kind of an odd looking guy, although he is very signifigant to you.
After you show him the letter he will allow you to go through the Zora
Fountain, which few other than Zora's have ever done. He also gives you a Zora
Tunic which usually runs for about 300 rupees! What a discount!

Jabu-Jabu: The Lord that the Zora's serve, not sure why, he is pretty
gluttonous. I mean common, he inhaled a minnow? But none the less he is their
god so he must be respected. Remember to enter him you must have a fish though.

Deku Tree: The Deku Tree should be very important to you because he is
basically the caretaker of your people, or at least he was and now the new Deku
Tree will take his place later in the game. Not to mention you went inside of
him to try to save his life, risking your own, only to find it didn't matter.

Skull Kids: I feel kind of bad for them, because they are really nice, just
startle very easy. They will play their instruments with you and then give you
the heart pieces when your done, then you are there friends forever.

Ganondorf: The ultimate evil and scurge of Hyrule, yep you and his pathes will
cross more than once. He holds one of the triforce emblems, but you can still
take him down with the swords you carry. He is of the Gerudu's from the desert
and is a very powerful sorceror as well.

Malon: Malon is the daughter of Talon, the owner of Lon Lon Ranch when you are
a child. She Is responsible for teaching you Epona's song, and gives you the
egg at the castle. Although she seems sweer, apparently she has a streak of
power her father has only seen, he fears her...?

Talon: A big but friendly guy who own Lon Lon Ranch until it is taken over by
Ingo and Ganondorf. He is kind of dumb, but oh well at least he lets you play
the cucco game, and gives you Lon Lon Milk.

Ingo: The evil ranch worker, who when you are a child complains, and then when
you come back as an adult he has taken over the ranch and put Talon to work!
Well, we will just have to see about that won't we, to bad you cant whack him
with the Master Sword a few times.

Princess Ruto: At first she is very conceded towards Link, and gives him th
epleasure of carrying her around Jabu Jabu's stomach, and then she runs away if
you leave her somewhere. But late ron the relationship forms, and when she
grows up she is quite the catch.

Dampe: The distorted gravekeeper, is actually a pretty nice guy. His ghost will
eventually give you the hookshot which is very useful, and you can get a heart
piece on his graveyard digging tour. He is very slow, so be patient when
walking through the graveyard.

Scarecrow: You will meet the scarecrow as a child in Lake Hylia, and when you
play him a song he will never forget it. Then when you get older when you play
your scarecrow song, he will help you in certain places, what a nice guy.

Bottles: The bottles are very important items, and they absolutely necessary on
your quest to save Hyrule. In bottles, you can store things like Blue Fire, Lon
Lon Milk and Poes, which are all pretty important aspects of the game. One tip
that I do have is that you don't want to buy things just because you have an
empty bottle, because I guarantee you will need it later and it will be full.

Hookshot: This is a very handy and important item throughout the game, because
without it, certain things would not be attainable. The hookshot can only
grapple onto wood, so you have to be careful of watch you try to latch onto,
don't go falling of a roof! This item is necessary unlike something like say, a
deku nut.

Long Shot: This is a more advanced hookshot, because it reaches further. No
they did not make it be able to grab onto metal, still only the same crtain
types of wood as before, but atleast you get the new length. This item is even
more useful than the hookshot, because now things that couldn't be reached are
within easy range, and you don't have to worry about whether or not you can do

Lens of Truth: The Lens of truth is an important item, and it is very necessary
to the games story line, and your game because without it certain things cannot
be found and levels not defeated. The lens does use up magic power to use it,
and you might want to try it if you can't figure out a way to do something,
there might be a secret way to do it.

Compass: This is a completely optional item, considering most people don't even
use it. This is found in most of the dungeons and sections, and is just on the
map screen. If you are really lost, give it a try, even though I don't think
you will need too.

Fish in a Bottle: The fish in a bottle is a optional item throughout the game,
except for one case where it is necessary. To get into Jabu-Jab you are going
to have to present a fish to him. They can be bought at most of the stores
outside of the Kokiri village, but can call a pretty price.

Lon Lon Milk: This stuff must be light super calcium, because the way it
restores Link's health is a miracle. This can only be bought at Lon Lon Ranch
with the exception of the cows, one at the fairy fountain, and then the other
at Kokiri towards the end.

Silver Scale: The silver scale is given to Link after he plays and wins the
Diving game in Zora's domain, and allows him to dive deeper than before. It is
necessary to get this item before you go to Lake Hylia, or else you won't be
able to dive down deep enough to get the bottle message.

Zora Tunic: Zora's tunic allows Link to dive much deeper under water without
passing out and dying like never before. It's a snazzy blue color, and looks a
little better on Link than that old green suit of the Kokiri. This is a very
valuable item, which is needed to win the game.

Goron Tunic: The Goron tunic, is obviously gotten from the Goron's, it allows
you to withstand amazing temperatures, and it is mandatory for the Death
Mountain crater. It is a red suit, and doesn't really look as good as the blue.
It is not used a whole lot, but handy when it is, and fashionable.

Silver Gauntlets: The silver gauntlets are a step down from the Golden ones,
but they are still very powerful and allow you to lift smaller, but still heavy
things. Ultimately Link gives them to Nabouru the Gerudo theif, but oh well.

Golden Gauntlets: The golden gauntlets, the ultimate strength giver, aside from
the triforce. Link gets these when he finally beats all 4 sages creating the
barrier in Ganons castle. Now he can lift just about anything, even the huge
stone wall blocking the fairy fountain outside of Ganon's castle.

Stone of Agony: The stone of agony creates a rumble whenever danger is near,
that is if you are sporting a rumble pack. This way if you don't hear Navi, you
will have another way of being warned, but don't come to solely depend on it.

Magic Bean: A magic bean can be planted, and then when Link turns into and
adult a climable plant will be there, so don't expect and instant bean stalk to
climb, and they should be planted in the soil spots, you'll see what I mean
from trying.

Fairy Ocarina: The fairy ocarina is Links first ocarina, which Saria gives him
befor ehe leaves to go to Hyrule Castle. He learns some songs on here, but you
will eventually get the Ocarina of Time from the river and then you won't need
the Fairy Ocarina anymore.

Ocarina of Time: The Ocarina as in the title of the game, is the man object
aside from the Master Sword, and it is Links most powerful Magic. He can use it
to alter time, teleport and many of things. It is extremely powerful in a
mystical way and you can play some pretty fun theme songs on it.

Master Sword: The weapon that Link gains when he is turned into an adult seven
years into the future. What would a Zelda game be without the Master Sword, it
is the signifigant good that helps link defeat Ganon and gives him some
tremendous power when you do the spin attack, although it is not as powerful as
Boggorons Sword, it is still the weapon of choice for the hero of time, and can
defeat any enemy. All those who attack the hero of time must face his sage
magic the sword.

Kokiri Sword: Our heros first weapon, the Kokiri Sword is a treasure of the
forest, and will be a real help to you, inside the Deku Tree, and when you are
in Dodongo's Cavern. It can be used to cut up weeds in the earlier stages of
the game before you get the Master Sword. This weapon can only be used when
Link is a child, so don't expect to still have it in the future. Although short
it is still deadly and when mixed with the great fairies spin attack, its

Biggorons Sword: The most powerful weapon on the game, besides some of Links
sage magic, this one really packs a punch. It has to be held when 2 hands, even
by adult link, and no shield can be used with it, although do you really need
it? It is extremely powerful when you use the spin attack, although the mini
quest you have to go on to get it, is rather odd, surprisingly this weapon is
not even necessary to beat the game, but it sure down make it fun.

Megaton Hammer: The megaton hammer is one massive piece of machinery, and is a
force to be reckoned with, even if you are facing a pretty tough opponent. The
massive hammer can shatter rocks in Kokiri Village that the kid cant pick up
with the ease of Link aiming his slingshot, ya its that powerful. The hammer is
also great for smashing pots in the Poe shop in Hyrule Market when you are in
the future, but it does not serve well against the mighty Ganon.

Slingshot: Ah, Links trusty slingshot, which ahs made him a legend in the land
of Hyrule for his precise aim and shot. This is your most valuable weapon
besides the sword when you are a kid, because it allows you to rid vines and
higher areas of Skulltulas and flying creatures, not to mention fighting
enemies from a distance you don't feel like getting to close to. Sadly this
weapon is gone when you go into the future, but you will graduate to the fairy
bow. You will get the slingshot very early in the game, and very easily, so
it's a pretty easy to get, yet very cool and useful weapon!

Bombs: Where would we be without Bombs?! These things have more uses than the
amazing thingamajig. They are very good at finding secret passages through
walla that seem to be a different color, and smashing boulders and thinks like
that which stand in your way. Some enemies like in Dodongo's cavern, the laser
robots, can only be killed with a bomb, so try to make sure that you always
have a couple in case of an emergency, but do not come to rely on them to

Bombchu: The bombchu is a great variation of the bomb, its main feature is
still blowing stuff up. Except there is a very useful twist to these
inventions, if you don't really want to get to close to what it is that you are
blowing up, the bombchu is like a remote control mouse, that blows up at the
end of its run, this is great for enemies you don't want to face directly, or
clearing out a room of creatures before you even really enter, but those
opportunities are rare.

Bombflower: The bombflower is not exactly a miracle of modern invention, but it
still serves a pretty good purpose to the game, because without them the Gorons
would be doomed. They can only be pulled up once you have the Goron Bracelet,
and they grow back almost right after you throw them, so you kind of have an
unlimited ammo supply, except the only problem is they cannot be stored within
your items, so you cannot keep them with you. A bombflower is used to get into
the cavern by blowing away the huge boulder, and then inside it is used for
opening the secret door.

Deku Nut: These things are great against most enemies, but then they don't
phase some either. They deliver a stunning light which puts an enemy in shock,
sort of like a solar flare. These are great for making an escape or jst getting
an enemy into a very vulnerable position that they can be attack in, Queen
Gohma sure wishes you had never had them, she might be alive if you didn't. Do
not waste these, because I will make you a promise that if you do, you will
need one and not have it, it always used to happen to me.

Deku Seed: The deku seed, can only be used for one thing, and that is
ammunition for young links slingshot. They are a very hard seed, which
basically has the same effect as a bullet. They can kill a Skulltula in 2 hits,
so don't be foolin with link or you'll get pumped full of Deku seed. Without
these, the slingshot is worthless, you will have a max of 30 with you, so
always make sure you have at least 10, is a good number to keep your minimum
at, just for emergencies.

Deku Stick: Your basic stick, I like to think of it as a knife stick, but eh, I
don't think the Deku Tree would appreciate Link calling it that. This is very
useful through the course of the game, being used to light torches and open
passages all over the place as a child. They can also be used to fight enemies
that are electric that you don't want to be hitting with your sword, so make
sure you have a good supply, because after all they are pretty abundant.

Boomerang: Thank the sages for this one, it is about the best thing in the
world while you are in Jabu-Jabu's belly, because without it, there was no way
you could have ever beaten that level. The boomerang in real life is
Australian, and is a wider V shaped wooden object that when thrown correctly
returns to the thrower. It can be used to hit switches that don't hold very
long, and fight enemies at long range. But one of the best things for it, is
that you can lock on and get Skulltula tokens you could not have reach

Fairy Bow: The fairy bow allows Link to shoot things at a longer range than the
Slingshot and has a more powerful effect. DO no think that the arrows are
infinite nor are they cheap if you are forced to by them, because there are no
plants or rocks in your area, so don't just shoot them anywhere. They can be
equipped with the Light, Ice and Fire arrows which add that much more damage.
The arrows do travel far, but to become a crack shot you will have to practice
a little, and then who knows what you can do with your new skills.

Potions & Magics:
Red Potion: This potion is not really worth the rupees unless it is all that
you can get your hands on at the time. It will restore all of your health
energy and it has to be kept within an empty bottle. It is the same price as
the Green Potion, but Blue Potion is a much better buy.

Green Potion: This potion which also must be kept in a bottle will restore all
of your magic energy when you drink it. This is a very bad deal if you happened
to buy this, because you can go out into Hyrule Field and competely restore
your magic and don't have to spend a single rupee.

Nayru's Love: Provides incincibility for a short time.

Din's Fire: A very powerful power producing magic.

Blue Fire: Used to melt ice and can be kept in a bottle.

Farore's Wind: Just as the title calls it :)

Light Arrow: A powerful magic arrow used to defeat Ganon/stun him.

Fire Arrow: Used to light torches/ its is just a flaming arrow.

Blue Potion: Ah, also referred to as the ultimate potion, this great deal,
especially if you can buy it in bulk supply, will refill both your magic and
life energy fully at the same time. This is a great thing to have along for the
final battle with Ganon, as you may find yourself running low on both meters.

Kakariko Bazaar:
Arrows - 20 rupees - 10 pieces
         60 rupees - 30 pieces
         90 rupees - 50 pieces
Deku Stick - 10 rupees - 1 piece
Hylian Shield - 80 rupees
Deku Nut - 15 rupees - 5 pieces
Heart Piece - 10 rupees - 1 piece
Bomb - 35 rupees - 5 pieces

Kakariko Potion Shop:
Fish in a Bottle - 200 rupees - bottle required
Bug in a bottle - 50 rupees - bottle required
Poe the ghost - 30 rupees - bottle required
Deku Nuts - 15 rupees - 5 pieces
Blue Fire - 300 rupees - bottle required
Fairy Spirit - 50 rupees - bottle required
Green Potion - 30 rupees - bottle required
Red Potion - 30 rupees - bottle required

a. Kokiri's Emerrald
Ok, before you can go off to The Great Deku Tree, you are going to have to do a
bit of preparing, mainly gathering items and rupees. First, after you have seen
all of the cinematic scenes, you need to start getting some rupees. Try running
Though the bushes that are one big clump, there are two sets of them, they both
have 2 rupees a piece in them and they can be gone back to after a period of oh
I would have to say about 30-40 seconds. Now, go into all of the building, once
You have gone to all of them you should have: Opened up the treasure chests, so
that should have given you some rupees. You should have also broken the pots in
one of the huts, which should add 6 more rupees to your pocket. Now go into the
building with the red roof, it is the village shop. On the far right side of it
there should be a black area on the side of the counter, go back there and get
A blue rupee. Now go to where you see the water, and there are the white blocks
that you can use o jump from stone to stone and get across without getting wet.
GO across those once each way and you will receive a blue rupee. You should now
have at least 40 rupees if you have gone through this process again, so now go
back into the village shop and purchase the DEKU SHIELD. Now you have 1/2 of
what you need to leave the village. Now, you to the east side of the village,
where all of those fences are around the hut and go into the little space big
enough for Link to crawl through. Now you are in the Kokiri Swords Safehold,
which is  Where a giant boulder rolls around in a square and mashes whatever
tries to get by. So, wait for it to go by once, then follow it until you see an
up hill turn off, and then there is a treasure chest at the top of it. Open the
treasure and now you have the KOKIRI SWORD, a sacred treasure of the Kokiri,
but you can use it. Now you back out the way you came, and you are ready to
face the Deku Tree.

In order to get to the Great Deku Tree, you are going to have to get by Mido.
He is not at all friendly towards you, but don't worry, if you have the sword
and a shield, he has to let you through. To get out of the village, find the
squareish tunnel that leads away, you should see Mido guarding it once you get
close to it then once you are done talking to him go through it and into the
tunnel area. In the tunnel area you have to watch out for Deku branch men that
will pop up out of the ground and hit you. Don't worry, they pop out in front
of you, not from the ground directly beneath you. Swing at them with your sword
and they will turn to a DEKU STICK. Now you can equip this on your screen, as
you should have already done with the shield and sword. Now once you get into a
range the Deku Tree will start talking to you and the scene will cut, pay
attention! He will tell you of what you must do in an effort to save him. Once
you have watched the whole dramatic Cinema you will then proceed to enter into
the Great Deku Tree. Right when you enter you will notice that there is a new
enemy you might as well become very familiar with, it is a Deku Flower, a mean
little creature at that. It unlike its cousin the Branch, will jump and snap at
you, but luckily it can not leave a certain range from its roots. Use your
sword and shield to kill these, and I would suggest locking onto them with Z
Targeting to make it easier.

Once you are inside, chop the bushes all around you and should start to get new
things such as the DEKU NUT. Now climb up to the next level, on the right side
of the area and start walking up the spiral ramp. You will come to a break in
it but you can easily jump right across. Now you should be on a little balcony
island with a treasure chest. Open up the chest and you should get the map. Now
continue on walking along the spiral path, and you will come up tot a door,
which you need to open, because this is a very important step for the game. Now
go into the room and defeat the Deku Scrub, then proceed on into the next room.
Jump across the platform and then onto the other side of the raised area, and
there is a chest, open it up and you now have the Slingshot. Use the slingshot
to shoot down the ladder so you can climb back out of the area, then go back
out into the spiral area, and use the Slingshot to shoot down the Gold
Skulltula's that are on the vine that you need to be climbing. Now, keep going
along the spiral to the last door, go in and get the compass, you don't really
have to, but you might as well anyway. Once they are all gone, climb up the
vine and then get off at the ledge. Now, you will notice that there are areas
that you can jump off of and land down on the spider web that was on the floor
of the first level. So make sure that you jump off the ledge with the heart you
can get, and then jump off going down through the web and you will land in the
little pond down there. Now, get out of the water and go over to where the Deku
Flower creature is, kill it and then open up the chest. Use a Deku stick to
light the spider web on fire, which will allow you to pass into a new room.
Once you get to the area containing the three deku scrubs, after you have
defeated there brother and he gives you the order, you are going to have to hit
them with there own deku nuts in the order 2, 3, 1 or nothing will happen and
they just keep coming back. After that, its time to go head to head with Queen
b. Goron's Ruby
| Hyrule Field/Castle |
Now, while you are still in Kokiri Village, there are some things that you are
going to have to take care of before you can just run off into Hyrule Field.
One of which are the rupees, you should try to get to 99 and max out if you
can, I know it takes a while, but once you need them and don't have them, you
will wish that you had stayed and got the extra 20. Another thing you might
want to do is go around chopping all the bushes and breaking rocks and
refilling your supply of things like Deku Nuts, Seeds and Sticks that you might
need on the journey that awaits you. Once you feel that you are stocked up
enough and are ready to leave the village, exit out of the tunnel. Then it will
show you on the bridge leading into the village and Saria appears, she will
give you the Ocarina, as a gift, and then you say your goodbyes and run out
into Hyrule Field. Now it is time to meet someone who is going to be a big help
to you over the course of the game, the all knowledgeable owl. He is going to
give you a little lecture on determination, and now it is time for you to run
to Hyrule Castle as fast as you can hoping to get there before night fall.

This is not exactly the best place for you to be at night, so you are going to
have to high tail it over to Hyrule Castle if you want to make it before dark.
Once it turns dark, the draw bridge is raised and you cannot enter until
morning which is a bad thing because at night, monsters roam Hyrule Field. If
you do just happen to be locked out of the village for the night, do not waste
your time with the monsters, simply get into the water and wait for morning.
The monsters will kill themselves trying to get you, because water kills them.
Now, once morning comes go across the drawbridge and you should be entering
Hyrule Market. This is a very busy place and there are people and animals
running around all over the place. Don't waste your time talking to everyone,
do not even go into any of the shops, yet. You need to find the girl who should
be standing in the middle of the square, she is very short and is wearing a
white and blue dress. This is Malon, talk to her and she will tell you all
about how her father was delivering milk, but he must have fallen asleep. Now,
go to the castle path and start walking up, Malon is going to play a bigger
role than you might have thought. Go up the vines on the side of the mountain
and go down onto the castle grounds. You need to get caught so Malon will
appear by the vines the next time you come there. Once you get tossed out,
rather rudely too, go back to the vines. Malon should be standing there, and
when you talk to her she will give you an egg. Put this as one of your C
buttons to incubate it so it will be ready right when you need it later. Now go
back up the vines and down onto the castle grounds, accept this time you don't
want to get caught. Here is how you should go to avoid the guards, because once
you do your home free to the moat:

Right when you get out the door of the passage way, run to the second little
point that sticks out at the bottom of the hill to the left. Then run up the
hill and straight all the way to the western most wall of the castle grounds.
If you got by, then you are home free for right now. Get into the moat and swim
all the way around the little bank then walk to where you see a man asleep and
two big boxes. Use the egg which should have hatched into a chicken by now, to
wake the man up and talk to him, then he will run off to Malon. Now push the
boxes down into the water and position them so you can get across into the
little opening on the other side. Once you are inside, you are just going to
have to wait for the mazes are hedges to become clear before you can pass. What
I mean by clear, is that the guards always move in a rotation around the area
they are guarding, so if one moves so does the other. So just wait until they
are both to where you are out of there vision to run across the area. Now when
you get the part where you have to walk across the plank over the ivy garden,
go very slow, because it is very easy to fall of and get caught. Once you get
by there its just more of the same mazes and then you finally get to the
courtyard where you can see Princess Zelda, talk to her, and make sure you
always say "Yes I believe you" or the right answer like that. After you have
talked to her and Impa has taught you the Lullaby, she will take you all the
way outside the city and show you the entrance to Kakariko village. The first
thing you need to do is go right to Lon Lon Ranch.

| Lon Lon Ranch |
Alright, once you enter into Lon Lon Ranch, go to the building on the left. You
will find Talon sleeping, so take advantage of this and throw all the chickens
into the corner where the hay is. Now use the egg from earlier to wake him up,
he will talk to you and tell you how he finally got Talon into a good mood
after he made her wait for so long. Then he will ask you if you want to play
his Cucco game, that is why you put all the chickens in the corner, so say yes
you want to play. Now, get ready, and watch the general direction he throws the
3 supers ones in, because if you know the general area the whole thing will be
a piece of cake. If you are standing facing Talon one of the chickens goes to
the wall on you left, one behind you and one to the wall in front of you and to
the left a little. Once you pick a chicken up, make sure you press B really
quick to check the chicken to see if its on eof the three supers. If you win
the game he will give you a BOTTLE of the famous Lon Lon Milk which can be used
to heal you, or put stuff in after you drank the milk out, you really just want
the bottle. Now you are going to go out to where Malon is standing in the
middle of the horse track and talk to her, she will introduce you to Epona and
lets just say you and Epona don't start off in the right note. Now keep talking
and then show her the Ocarina Saria gave you, and she will teach you Epona's
song. Now go back to where you see the stone building way in the back of the
pasture and go into it. Move all of the crates and you will find a secret place
with a heart piece. I usually wouldn't put that in the walkthrough, but you are
right there, and won't be coming back for a very long time. Now exit the Ranch
and make your way back to Kokiri Village.

| The Lost Woods |
Once you are back in the village if you talk to the girl she will tell you
Saria is looking for you. But you are going to have to find her by leaving the
village. But since you have the sword and shield you can come and go as you
please, so now you need to go to the part of the village near the big circle
tunnel. You will soon find a steep hill covered in Ivy and you can climb up it.
Climb up, and then go up the ramp, turning left at the top to go to the next
level. Now enter the tunnel there, and you are now inside of the lost woods.
The basic way to find your way through here is to go into the beginning of each
tunnel, not to far or you'll go through, and listen to see if the music is loud
or not there, if it is loud, go through the tunnel. Just incase you don't get
how this works, here are the directions to get to Saria: Right, Left, Right,
Left, Straight, Left, Right, then your out of the tunnel maze and to next
Now that you have found her, she is going to be playing an Ocarina, like yours.
Then talk to her and after a while she will teach you a new song on your
Ocarina. Now you could have just gone right to Goron City, but you have to know
this song in order the do that, so it was worth it. Now just exit the way you
came in and you'll soon be back in the village. Beware, to reach Saria you will
have to fight a wolfman and get by a few deku scrubs. Now that you have done
that, start making your way to Kakariko village.

| Kakariko Village |
While you are in Kakariko village there are a few things you can do before you
have to make your way up the death mountain trail. First off, you can help the
poor woman find all of her cuccos and she will give you a bottle, which you can
then use to get more Lon Lon Milk, or to put whatever else you want to buy in.
So, other things to do might be checking out the potion shops and just meeting
some of the rather odd locals. Now, If you don't feel like doing nay of that, I
assure you it is not mandatory, although at some time you will be required to
get the third bottle, or at least you will really need it. Now head up to the
Death Mountain trail, and by the way, don't jump into the well and waste

| Death Mountain Trail |
The Death Mountain Trail is not all that dangerous, but you can have some
problems if you are not careful. To even get onto the trail you are going to
have to talk to the Hylian Guard, who will let you pass if you show him Zelda's
Letter, then he will tell you that you better not go up the trail without a
bigger shield, and he knows the guy in Hyrule Market who can hook you up with a
Hylian Shield for a very good price, then he will talk to you about getting him
a mask fo rhsi son, don't worry about that yet. Now, I would recommend that you
go to Hyrule Market, it is only across the river and get the Hylian Shield from
the Bazaar, it will prove to be a wise decision in the end. Now come back and
just go up the trail, because the gat ewill be open for you to pass through.
First off, once you are a ways up the trail, you might as well just have your
weapons out and be ready to fight the colored spider creatures. There are 3 of
them, but only 2 will show themselves on the first level of the road, then at
the turn where it starts to go up the other one is waiting, so be ready for
him. Once you have killed all these creatures, you will notice that there is a
huge boulder to the left, that is the entrance to Dodongo's Cavern, but don't
worry about that, because you will be taking care of it later. Now make your
way up the trail until you come to a wider area with a small patio containing
rocks, toss these and get the rewards they possess and then make your way into
Goron City. (Don't be expecting a battle, this is a peaceful place).

| Goron City |
Ok once you get into the city, you will notice that it has 3 stories, and you
need to get on the bottom. Big Boss of the Gorons, Darunia, has locked himself
up in his room with the Goron Ruby, the spiritual stone you are after. And to
get him to open the door, or atleast to get in, he doesn't really open it you
are going to have to play Zelda's Lullaby, which will show your connection with
the royal family and allow you to enter. Once you get inside he will ask you
what you are doing there and so on, then take out the Ocarina and play Saria's
song for him, yes this is why it was so important that you learned it before!
He will start dancing like a mad man, and then he will thank you for cheering
him up and all that good stuff. Now you want the stone, but he cannot just give
it to you, his people are starving. So, he will ask you to go to the Dodongo's
Cavern and basically liberate it so they can eat again. He will give you the
Gorons Bracelet which will give you the ability to pick up bomb flowers, a very
handy item. Now, leave the city and go to where you see a patch of bombflowers
sitting, and a Goron next to them. Pick one of them up with your newly acquired
skill and toss it over the edge. The objection of this is to try to blow up the
boulder in front of the entrance to the Cavern. The screen will zoom way out so
that you can see how close you are, then if you miss wait for the bomb to grow
back and make the necessary adjustments. Once you have destroyed the boulder,
make your way down there and enter the cavern.

| Dodongo's Cavern |
When you first enter Dodongo's Cavern, you will walk out into the wider area,
and see that there are moving elevators on 3 sides of a island in the lava pit
which is guarded by a laser robot creature. Run and jump onto the elevator and
then to the left side of the dungeon, by running and jumping onto the next
elevator. Don't worry, if you are on an elevator and you cannot just jump right
off onto the next ledge, they do not go all the way down into the lava, so just
be patient instead of trying to make an impossible jump and severely hurting
yourself. Now once you get to the left side, use the bomb flower to blow up the
laser robot, and then use it to blow up the passage way which is a different
color than the rest of the wall. Now a treasure chest will appear that was once
guarded in the safehold of the false wall. Make your way to the other side of
the dungeon and use the same strategy, blowing up the laser robot and then the
wall to gain entry into the next room. Once inside, kill all of the enemies,
now you are going to have to use one of the statues to keep the switch down, so
that you can make it into the next area. In the next room simply dispose of all
the flying creatures, and then proceed to the next one with caution, the lizard
men are waiting, but you can defeat them by simply using the Z targeting and
blocking there attacks, then striking when they let there guards down. After a
bit of fighting they will run away like the lizard cowards they are, but do
expect to see our reptilian friends again! Now in the next room are all of the
huge dinosaur creatures, you are going to have to light all of the torches in
one try, so hopefully you have a Deku Stick or two with you, just incase you
mess up the first time. Once all of the torches are lit, you can go through
into the next room. Now use the switch you see, then go back to the left side
of the dungeon going into the newly opened pathway, this was kind of a hassle,
to bad you couldn't just bomb it open. Use a bomb to open the next area, or
should I say bomb the wall to open the next area. Now you are confronted with
an odd situation, bombflower, and a raised chest surrounded by statues. Ok, use
the bomb and put it right next to the statue, it will start to move and run
around, so run up and get the chest, then keep fighting and kill the statue,
because this is the only way that you will be allowed to pass into the next
room. Use a bombflower to cause the large stone structure collapse into a
stairwell, and then enter door at the top, then once in that room, pull the
statue out of the
Way and go up the ladder, hit the switch and enter the next door. Ok, now go
back across the newly found bridge and across the dangerous space, then climb
the block and use the bomb flower on the island ledge to blow the new area
open. Now you will have to get it directly on the ledge for it to detonate the
Now go into the next area, use the slingshot to shoot the marker eye and go
into the next room, where you will fight the lizard creatures. This time it
will be to the death. Now you have passage into the next area, now go all the
way around through until you come to a bridge with 2 holes which will be used
to throw bombs, now you have the bomb bag by the way, down into the 2 eyes of
the large reptilian head that you see when you first enter. You are going to
have to use the block in the next room to keep the door up and open, then just
make your way through the rest of the area until you reach and get to the skull
head. Now the mouth of it will open, and you may enter and now it is time for
the hero of time to meet the king of all the Dodongo's in a fiery battle to the
c. Zora's Zapphire
| Great Fairy Fountain |
Yep, now you are going to be glad that you took the time to go to Hyrule Market
to get the shield now aren't you!! Ok, on your way to the Great Fairy Fountain,
and by the way the Great Fairy Fountain is not the one with the Boulder on top
and the cow down there, that is just a normal Fairy Fountain. To get to the
great one, first you will have to use bombs to get rid of all the boulders in
your way on the stepping stones, and then you will just have to make it through
showers of ton weighing boulders! Actually that is why you got the Hylian
shield, you see young Link is to small to hold it up with one arm like he does
with the Deku Shield, so he crouchs down and holds It over his head. On your
way to the Great Fairy Fountain, there will be massive showers of huge boulders
that you will have to block with the Hylian Shield. Just wait it out until they
are all stopped falling, because they are unavoidable. Now, once you get to the
Great Fairy Fountain, she has a great surprise for you. She will talk to you
for a few seconds and then grant you the Magic Spin Attack! This is the green
magic meter that when you hold B down, your sword will gather magic power and
when you let go of B, it is all unleashed in a massive spinning attack. Now
once you start to go down and leave the Fairy Fountain, the Owl will be there
and give you a ride down, what a swell guy. Now that you have a little more
time in Kakariko, you might want to do a little bit more exploring around...

| Zora's River/Domain/Fountain |
Ok, come through the passage way into Zora's domain, and might want to buy a
magic bean or two from the salesman. Now, make your way up through the twisting
area, after you have used the chicken to glide across the river to the opposite
bank. Now, you will come to the waterfall, and read the inscription, which says
that the waterfall only sleep when the king does, so to show your Royal
connection, play Zelda's lullaby while standing on the platform, then the
waterfall will slack up a lot. Now you can jump through into the little
passage, and you are inside Zora's Domain, this is a very cool looking place by
the way. Now, make your way up the spiral ramp and play the diving game for and
if you win, which you should, you will win a prize (the silver scale). Now that
you have the silver scale, you need to go down into the giant pool where you
doe into, and then go to the right side and catch a small fish in an empty
bottle, so I hope that you have one. You are going to need it to get into
Jabu-Jabu. Ok, now you are going to want to make your way to Lake Hylia,
through the portal in the middle of the giant pool you dove into. Before you
leave you might want to go to the market, but it is a lot cheaper to just catch
the fish yourself. Now, go to Lake Hylia, its time to find Princess Ruto for
King Zora!

| Lake Hylia |
Lake Hylia is kind of an interesting place, very laid back. So your main
purpose here is to find the bottle that Princess Ruto dropped behind when she
got stuck inside Jabu-Jabu. It should be right in front of where you come out
of the warp. Now, to dive down that deep you need to have played the diving
game at Zora's Domain, so that you can get the Silver Scale. Now once you have
the bottle, it isn't going to hurt anyone if you go fishing for a while, so you
might as well just do it while you are here, because you won't be coming back
for a while. So go over to the building up on the ledge on the other side of
the smaller section of the lake, with the little fishing emblem on the wall. Go
inside and talk to the owner of the pond, talk to him and then pay him the
rupees, and he will give you a fishing pole and a top water fishing lure. Now,
go over where you see log sticking out of the water, here is where the fish you
need to catch is. A lot of people try to get the sinking lure, but it really
doesn't matter until you are an adult, because you will most likely end up just
catching a ton of little ones, where if you use the floating plug, they wont
hit it, only the larger ones will go for it. Another question people ask is the
Loach, as it has been called. It is that huge Brown Fish you see every once in
a while as an adult. I have yet to catch it, but if I do I will add a section
on how to do it. Now, once you are out standing on the log, cast the poll a
little more to the left side, you should see the lilly pads and the poles
sticking out of the water, try to get right in that area, and then when you
reel it in, you should see a very large fish right hear where you are standing,
that is the one you need to catch, it weighs 10 Lbs. Now that you have caught
it take it to the guy at the booth and he will give you a heart piece. Now go
back out of the pond and make your way back to Zora's Domain using the passage
you came through.

| Inside Jabu-Jabu |
Now, you have the message in a bottle, so you want to go back to the throne
room where King Zora is and show him the message, he will talk to you a bit and
then say how your going to get her out, and then he allows you to go through
the little passage under his seat. You cannot get through it by jumping up, you
have to take the little side hallway to the right, and then you just make your
way out to where Jabu-Jabu is. Once you get near him you are going to have to
stand in front of him and then drop the fish you caught in the bottle on the
ground andn he will suck you both into his fat stomach. Once you get inside,
beware so the bubbles don't do you any harm. Now, once you get to where the
altitude of his throat changes, two seed shooting creatures will pop up, use
the Z targeting to take them out quick, you don't have time for this crap! Now,
use the slingshot, to shoot the little green marker on the roof and the door
will open. Now make your way into the next room. Now pass through this room,
not worrying about enemies in it, and do not worry about the crates either. Ok,
now you will come to a room with a bunch of pits, or sink holes or whatever you
want to call them. So, now you will also see Princess Ruto there, now go over
and talk to her. She is a very picky person and decides she doesn't need your
help, so she goes and falls down a hole! Now jump in there after her. Now that
you are down next to her again, she will allow you the honor of carrying her
all around Jabu-Jabu! Now, the main part of this until you get the boss of the
level is to kill the tentacles that are in the rooms, but this is going to take
a while because Ruto has a problem with being left alone, but you have to leave
her sometimes to go into the next room, because she needs to hold own the
switch. If you come out of a room and she is not where you left her on the
switch, she has gone back to the room with the sink holes, so just go and get
her. Ok, go into the first room, the one on the far right. Now go in there and
defeat all the enemies, then you can open the chest and get the Boomerang,
which is a crucial item for you to even come close to defeating this part of
the game. Now go through the different rooms, going back to get Ruto if
necessary, and killing all of the tentacles and collecting the other 2 items.
Now go back to the room with all the holes once all the tentacles are gone and
you will notice a new hole in the floor where the tentacly was when you first
came into this room. Now jump down the hole where it used to be, it should be
the same position hole, just on the opposite side of where you found Ruto. Now,
you will have to throw Ruto up to the spiritual stone of water, because you
have fallen into its chamber of keeping. But now what!? You get to fight a
stupid miniature octopus, and don't think that this is the boss of the level
either. After you have defeated this little pest, you are going to get a piece
of the real boss of the level. Ok, now get back to the room where the two
crates are and use them to keep the switch down so you can enter the next door,
because now there is a ledge you can get across on. Now, go in and kill the
flying creatures as well as the Skulltulas. You will climb up to where you see
a green switch but you can't hit it, it is protected by glass. Lock onto it
with the boomerang and move back, then throw and hit it, now you can enter the
next room, and get a piece of Barinade!
d. Light Medallion
| Temple of Time |
After you have escaped from Jabu-Jabu's stomach, you need to go to Hyrule
Castle to give Princess Zelda the stones like you told her you would the first
time you spoke with her. But when you get close enough to the castle entrance,
a scene will embark, and you will see Impa and Zelda racing out of the castle,
and she will give you a look of great fear. Then shortly after you will see
Ganondorf riding after them on another horse, and he will stop and ask you if
you saw where they went. Now, being the hero of time and all, Link decides he
is going to make sure Zelda escapes, so he does no speak to Ganondorf, but when
he unsheathes his sword, Ganondorf knocks him to the ground with a flash of
light and then when you wake up they are gone. Now go over to the river where
you saw the item being thrown into the water, and dive down after it, it is the
Ocarina of Time! Now that you have it, you will be taught the Song of Time. Now
once you are in the Temple of Time in Hyrule Market, play this song when you
get onto the pedestal and then the wall of time which for centuries has been
the safehold for the Master Sword created by the sages, and then you will learn
of Zelda's flee from the castle, and pull the Master Sword out of the stone and
then when you awake, you are in an odd place. You will be awakened by Navi, and
then you will talk to the sage Raru about what has happened to you. Links
sould was sealed here because he was not yet old enough to become the hero of
time, even though he was the rightful wielder of the Master Sword, but now 7
years later he is old enough, and now he must free the rest of the Sages, and
then defeat the ultimate Evil Ganondorf, who has taken over much of Hyrule, no
it is time to go on your journey, and do not be shocked at the evil which has
over taken Hyrule either!
e. Forest Medallion
| Lon Lon Ranch |
Ok, now that you are an adult it is time to go back to the Lon Lon Ranch and
get what is rightfully yours from the evil Ingo. When you get there you will
find out that Talon was thrown out of the ranch by Ganondorf and Ingo was put
in charge, and if Malon tries to defy him he will mistreat the horses. So, now
go out to the pasture during the daytime, and talk to Ingo and tell him yes
that you do want to ride on of the horses. Now, once you get into the stable be
ready to play Epona's song, and she will come to you once your timer starts,
get on her and go over to him and speak to him, he will make you a little bet.
Agree to his terms and then when you are racing him, make sure to try to
scatter your use of the karrots only to when he used them, and then use the
last to surge past him. He always gets a little bit of a fast start, but if you
take the inside of the track you can catch him pretty easily. Now that you have
beaten him in the race once, he will get very upset and challenge you to
another all or nothing race, and if you win you get to keep Epona! So when the
race starts, just play it smooth like you did last time and you should be ok.
Now if you win the next race, and you should, he will get very upset and throw
a tantrum, then give you Epona, bu the has one little catch, he says you can
never leave the ranch?! Yah right, who does Ingo think he is messing with, so
just gallop around the track and then use your carrots to jump over the gate,
then you are free to do what you like, and now our travels will be much easier,
and faster because of Epona.

| Kakriko Village |
Ok, Sheik told you that you needed to learn a new skill if you wanted to save
the forest girl, and of course the forest girl is Saria. So, go to Kakariko
village and head into the graveyard, because it is time to get the hookshot,
before you go to the Forest Temple. Now go to the left side of the graveyard
when you enter it and pull on the grave in the farthest left corner, and you
will hear the sound FX for when you uncover a secret. Jump down into the little
hole and when you get there you will be in Dampe's the grave, you remember the
old grave keeper from 7 years ago. He is going to talk to you, and then you
have to race him. You are going to have to keep up right behind and watch out
for the fire he throws down, because if you get to far behind you will not know
which way to go. Now that you are at the end, talk to him and he will give the
hookshot to you as a reward for being so fast. Now you will exit into a really
small room and play the song of time to open the little door. Now head out and
into the next area which is the back entrance to the windmill. Now wait for the
board to come around and jump on it, then jump off onto the little ledge that
has the heart container on it. Jump down and talk to the music guy. He will
talk to you about how 7 years ago that Ocarina kid screwed everything up, so
then show him the Ocarina and he will talk to you then teach you the Song of
Storms! Now you can cause it to rain or stop raining, pretty cool heh! Now go
to Kokiri Forest and when you get there you will be a little bit surprised by
whats there.

| Forest Temple |
Now that you are back in Kokiri Forest you will notice some of the things that
I said you would not be expecting. One of which you might have already noticed
is the huge Deku Flower right at the entrance, so enter the village with
caution. Now these are scattered all over the place, as well as Deku Scrubs and
those creatures in the water that shoot deku seeds. Now, you need to get to the
lost woods, but make sure you have a full supply of bombs before you try to go
into there, because it is a little different in the sacred meadow maze than it
used to be. Now that you have made it through half of the lost woods, you will
have to play Saria's song for Mido or he will not let you through. Now, finsish
going through the tunnels, and then once you get into the meadow, enter with
caution in the maze. Every other corner, there will be an enormous ogre guard
with a lance, so you better run if he starts to charge at you, wait until they
start to walk away, then throw a bomb right next to them, and they will be
destroyed. Now that you have made it all the way through the maze past the
ogres, go up the ladder behind the pathway and go into the fairy fountain. If
you have Lon Lon Milk or Poes, just get rid of them, and fill all of your
bottles up with Fairies! They will restore you completely. Now proceed to the
pathway and destroy the huge hammer guy, then make you way to where you used to
talk to Saria. Stand on the stump and shoot the hookshot up to the tree branch
over hanging the temple ledge and then enter the temple. But, before you do
that, you will be taught the Minuet of the forest from Sheik. Now once you get
up to the door, or rather the front steps 2 wolves will appear, and you will
have to kill them, but don't worry they only came at you in single attacks. Now
once you are in you will have to kill a large skulltula and then just keep
going into the next door. Go up the stair behind where you watched the Poes do
that scene with the torches and then you will have to kill a Blue Bubble, to go
to the next room where you must then kill 2 large warriors to make the door
reopen and a chest will also appear, you know have 1 of the small keys. Now go
back out and then go to the next unchained door and use the song of time to
open it up, you'll have to kill the flower inside. Now climb up the stairs,
kill the Blue Bubble, and then get the map out of the chest in there. Go out
the next door, careful of the small flower outside, then use the hookshot to
shoot the mark that is over the balcony to the forward left, now step on that
switch and you will lower the water level in the well you saw on the way in.
Now go down into the well and open the chest at the end of the corridor, and
you will get the second small key. Now go back to the room with the torches and
open the door on the left, and kill the Skulltula. Now go up the ladders after
killing the blue bubble. Follow the arrows, using the blocks to stack on the
lowered section, and then using them to climb. Eventually you will end up in a
room with floating platforms and a very fancy looking chest in the wall. You
will also see a ladder on the wall, but you have to be quick, because of the
monsters that will come down and kill you. Just forget about those for a while
and keep going to where you reach the room where the warrior guy comes out and
you kill him and then there will be another as well, then you will be rewarded
with the Fairy Bow! Ok, now start to make your way back from the way you got
there, and shoot the ghosts, after the third on, go to the room where got the
bow you will kill the one and get a key from it. Go back to the torch room
killing the next ghost, the compass does not really matter but that is your
reward for killing it. Go to the hazy room and shoot the eye marker then you
will need to get the key from the chest, then go into the hole, carefully,
because you will have to kill the 2 enemies there. After you have killed all
the enemies in the area you will receive another key. Make your way back
through the block room, through the haze room and then shoot the eye marker to
set the room back how it used to be. Now go all the way up until you reach a
room with spinning floating platforms. Use the torch to make the arrow catch on
fire and hit the marker all at one time as you shoot it. Then go back out into
the room you were in before which should have been a hazy(twist) room. Go into
the hole opening that is now there and use the blocks to make the ghost appear,
kill it, and now the next door will be allowed to pass through, so fight the
next ghost, and after you kill it. Use the torches to make the elevator come
back into service and then in the next room get all the switches and then it is
time to fight Ghost Ganon and he is not really that hard, he isnt even really a
Boss like the others, but anyways after you fight him, if you win, Saria is now
freed. Ok, now it is time to go and talk to Sheik again to find out what you
need to do next because he told you to come to the Forest temple. He will show
you how to switch between Young and Future Links, and you will now learn the
prelude of light from him. The next temple that you must face is the Fire
temple located in Death Mountain Crater.
f. Fire Medallion
| Goron City |
Ok, now that you are back in the Goron City, which has been deserted by the way
except for the company of one Lone Goron, who is Link, Darunias son. Now, all
you have to do to make him stop rolling is throw a bomb in front of him and he
will stop. He is all upset so you will have to talk him down, then he will take
you into the store room, where you can stock up on supplies, as well as you
receiving the Goron Tunic, which will allow you to withstand extreme heat and
temperatures like in the Death Mountain Crater. Now pull away the statue, and
you will be in view of a passage into the Death Mountain Crater. Enter it.

| Death Mountain Crater |
Ok, this is very simple, but just make sure you are wearing the Goron Tunic, so
that you don't get all burned up. Now once you get into the Death Mountain
Crater, make your way over to the bridge so that you can use the hookshot to
get across to the other side. Now that you are their, the magician Sheik will
appear andit is time for you to learn a new tune on your Ocarina, this one is
called the Bolero of Fire. Once you have learned how to play it, he will do
that thing where he throws down a capsule, it flares and he is gone. Now just
head down through the stone hingeway and you are now officially in the Fire

| Fire Temple |
Ok, once you are in the fire temple you are going to have to set off the switch
to free the entrapped Goron there. Now make your way across the bridge and use
a bomb on the wall that appears a different color from the rest. Now make your
way to the left so that you can talk to the Goron, then get over to the other
side of the lava river (jump) and then climb up and over the fence. Now what
you need to do is use the block to cover up the hole and then to get on top of
it. Now you will be climbing up the side of the ledge where the next trapped
Goron is. To get through all the fire, all you have to do is use a bomb then
you can cross to the next side. Now once again go to the left and then talk to
the Goron, he will give you a key. Make it into the next room, and shoot the
eyeball thing, then you can get the treasure chest. Get across the room, and
then exit out of the last door. Use a bomb on the crack, and then you will be
ready to talk to another Goron. Jump up to the next door, and have your guard
up, because there are invisible fireballs in the next vicenity. Now you can get
to the compass by going into the door on the right side and retrieving it from
the treasure box. Now make your way back to the main room of the temple, and
this time go to the door on the left, and then set off the switch inside. You
will have to use a bomb o get into the next area. Once again, when you are in
the next area, jump over the fence and then use another bomb to calm the fire
long enough to get across. Now go up the stairs, and in the room will be a
chest which is containing the Megaton hammer, this is one cool item. Hit the
block with your newly acquired hammer and you will begin to descend. Once in
the next area, hit the statue/block to make it form into a stairway that you
will then go up into the next room, and then use the hammer on the switch in
there as well. Now play the song of time at the block, that is like the one
that was in Dampe's grave the first time you were there. Hit the switch inside
the next area and another Goron will appear, then exit that room and hit the
block again to descend. Go back to that first room of the temple and hit the
statue with the hammer, then go to the next area and defeat all of the enemies
that are in there. Destroy the fire creature after passing through and then you
will see another Goron and get another key from the box, after using the hammer
on the switch. Now go back to where you fell through earlier in the level, and
you are ready to fight with the boss of the temple, Volvagia.
g. Water Medallion
| Ice Cavern |
Once you are in here the first thing you are going to want to do is take out
the ice shooting statues because they are a real pain in your backside. Go into
the next area and get all of the rupees, and be on your guard so you don't get
hit by the blade that is flying around in there, once they are all collected, a
door will open. Now, once in the next room, you can fill your bottles up with
the coveted blue fire after you have cleared the room of all enemies. Use the
blue fire to open the chest, by melting the ice and you will receive the map.
Now, go back out the way you came, and make sure to get a refill on your blue
fire. Now melt the other wall of the room with the blade room with the blue
fire so you can pass through. Now in the next room you will receive a compass
and the heart piece. Go back and melt the ice on the right side of the walls in
the blade room and then push the block so that you can get all of the rupees.
Once you have all of them, climb up the block and exit the area, make sure you
have the blue fire.
Now use the blue fire to get King Zora out of the red ice and you are ready to
go to Lake Hylia.

| Lake Hylia |
Back at Lake Hylia it is time to go fishing again. Accept this time you are a
little bigger than last time, and that means the fish will be bigger also. Now,
do the normal routine and pay for your equipment, accept this time you are not
going to be using the normal top water fishing lure. Start at one end and make
your way all the way across the weedline, and eventually you will find the
sinking lure. Sometimes it is in the rocks to, you just have to search the
area. Now your fishing will be much better, and when you get one that says it's
a real lunker, take it to the guy and he will give the prize. Now you are ready
to go outside the fishing pond and enter the water temple, which is in the
stone passage submerged in the water, you probably remember from when you were
exploring to find the note that Ruto had left behind when you were a child.

| Water Temple |
Go to the main room of the temple, which can be done b discarding the iron
boots, the door you need to enter is on the right side. Follow Ruto to the top
of the water, and you can use Zelda's lullaby to change the waters level.
Defeat all of the enemies inside the door and get the chest. Now make your way
back and jump down into the big hole, not this again, don't you remember the
last time you were with Ruto, all the holes in Jabu-Jabu! Use Dins Fire to
light up the 2 torches at the same time then you will be able to enter the next
room and kill all of the enemies in there. Go all the way through into the next
room and discard of the claw creature, and then you can get the treasure chest.
Go to the room which contains the large main room and climb up into the block
and then down into the hole. Again, sink down into the hole by using the iron
boots, go through and then come back up hitting the diamond switch. Now go
through into the next door on the other side. Hit the switch and then you need
to get up to the gate. Go through the very first large room you were in and use
the hookshot to get into the secret passage, using the diamond switch inside.
Go back to the very first room, same as before and go into the door next to the
large pillar.
Raise the water level and make your way through the tunnel and then in the next
area, push the red block into position, then once again return to the main room
of the level. Get into the room with the waterfalls and then make your way down
onto the last platform. You will have to use the hookshot to get across to the
next door, then raise the water level and get back across over to where the
statue is. Lower the level again and then get back across over to the platform,
then get to the other side of the statue, so when you raise the water, the
statue and you will go with it. Go through the spikes, and you will have to
fight Dark Link, once he is dead enter on the opposite sided door. Now you will
get the longshot out of the chest and play the song of time to the block. You
should fall down into the river through the hole and then go back to the main
room again. Shoot the eyeball switch which will let you pass into the next
room, where you can use the blocks to pass to the next area. Go back to the
main room, and then enter the passage and kill all of the enemies, then you
will have to get across the river. Bomb the walls so you can get into the
tunnel which contains the large block. The block is used to keep down the
switch, and then go into the door then down the right way. Get the chest and
then go back to the main room, leave the room with the water level changes and
now it is time to fight with Morphia, the demon ruler of the water temple.
h. Shadow Medallion
| Shadow Temple |
First off, to even enter the actual temple, you are going to have to light all
of the torches. Once you are in, use the lens of truth after you have gotten
across the huge hole. Go through the wall in the next room after killing all of
the enemies. A chest will appear and you can get the map of the dungeon out of
it. Now once you are in the next room you will have to use the lense of truth
to get through another path. Now defeat the enemies and get the hover boots out
of chest. These will be very useful to you a little later in the game. Use the
hover boots to clear the large area and then enter into the next door. Get
through the next false wall and kill the enemy in the next door. After you get
all of the rupees blow up the wall on the left side of the next room. Avoid all
of the skulltulas and then you will be able to get to the next platform. Get
all of the silver rupees, and then use the lense of truth to pull the block out
and climb it and use the falling as a bridge across. Now you will need to enter
the door on the left using the lense of truth. Go onto the platform, making
sure to get all of the rupees and then get into the next room. Now go up the
stairs and detonate the skull thing to get the key. Use the lense of truth and
longshot over to the next door. Kill all of the enemies in the next room and
get the rupees out of the chest, and then use the lense of truth to get the
hidden one. Use the block to get onto the ladder and then make your way onto
the boat. Then get onto the bank when seen and use the lense to get through the
maze. After you have obtained the key, use Dins fire to get through the wooden
walls, Find the statue with bombs, and shoot them, then they will detonate and
make a bridge. Fight with Bongo Bongo, then your done with this section temple.
i. Spirit Medallion
| Spirit Temple |
Ok there are 2 parts to the spirit temple so here is the one where you play as
young Link, before he got the ability to travel through time. Go up the stairs
and enter the tunnel and kill all the enemies. Then enter the door and kill all
the enemies, then you will need to hit the switch. Drop down the fence with a
boomerang and then get across. Use the fire attach to kill all the monsters and
light the torches in the next area, a chest will come, open it and then get all
the rupees. Now go into the opposite sided door. GO back through the previous
tunnel and kill all the skulltulas after entering the next door. Blow up the
rock and then enter the door that will show up in its place, Kill all the
enemies inside and get all the rupees. Light all the torches and then go to the
sun block. In the next room, kill all of the enemies and then keep going up the
stairs. Then get the gauntlets from the chest, and you need to give them to
Nabouru, but she has been caught, so now it is time to come back as an adult
(just re pull the master sword). Go up the stairs and push the block. Kill all
the enemies after the room, hit the switch and kill the enemies. Play the
Zeldas lullaby and a chest will appear. Go to the door on the other side and
use the mirror to reflect the light. Go through the door and then up the
stairs, Play the lullaby to get the chest and then go to the next door. Kill
all the enemies and then use the statue to keep down the switch. Go up the
stairs and enter the door, then get the chest. Go back down to the room with
the switches and the statue, use the shield to reflect and open the door with
the mirror shield. Play the lullaby to enter the next door, and shoot the
eyeball, then get across to the block. Go back into the other room and go to
the door on the right, now it is time to face, the boss of the spirit temple.
j. Triforce
| Temple of Time |
Ok, now that you are in the temple of time, you are going to be a little
surprised if no one has told you how the game ends. You will be confronted by
Sheik, or the person who claims to be Sheik. You will converse and then he will
tell you about the pieces of the triforce, how they were concieved, and how
when Ganon touched it, they split to three. Now Ganon has the triforce of
power, Link has the section of courage and the last triforce piece of wisdom,
belongs to the one who was meant to be the leader of them all! But Ganon was
not happy with only 1 piece so he started hunting for the other to be sages and
locking them, but now that you are here, his dark reign shall come to an end.
Now Sheik will draw up his arm and the triforce symbol on the back of his hand
will flash and it is really Princess Zelda! She has been hiding from Ganon with
that disquise for 7 years now, and she thought she was safe enough to tell you.
But, then there is a rumbling and Ganon locks her up in the Pink crystal which
Link cannot free her from. Then he tells you if you ever want to free her again
to go to his castle, so that is what you must do now, your duty as the hero of
time is to be used. So gather your hearts, if you need any, and make your way
to Ganon's lair.

| Ganon's Castle |

Make sure you beat every single temple. The story sequence follows, you must
make your way to Ganon's Castle after what happens in the Temple of Time. You
will also receive the Light Arrow. Go near the steps at Gannon's Castle the
Sages will create a rainbow bridge for you. Keep in mind later that east of you
is a big rock column that has a moon crescent symbol.

As you enter and walk down the blue carpeted stairs. You will spot two
Beamos(One eyed,laser firing thingie). You can just run then roll past them and
quickly open the door. Upon entering that door you will see a huge entrance
some kind of barrier covering it. You must destroy the Fire, Water, Forest,
Shadow, and Desert Barrier to advance. Oh btw somewhere downstairs is a place
you can catch Fairies. Comes in handy when you are in trouble be wary of the
Business Scrubs in there. Just reflect the Deku Nuts they shoot at you with
Hylian Shield. The Mirror Shield is too strong and will crack them to pieces.
almost forgot, it doesn't really matter which barrier you conquer first. BUT!!
But, you have to beat the Shadow Barrier first before the Fire Barrier. You
can't beat the Fire Barrier w/o the Golden Gauntlets that are found in the
Shadow Barrier.

Forest Barrier

Objective : Light all torches.

This one is pretty simple. Destroy all the Keeses. Just light all the torches
and a treasure chest with a key inside it will drop down. You can use either
Din's Fire or Fire Arrows. Remember there are 5 unlit torches : Four on the
carpeted octagon and one on top of the locked door.

Objective : Get all the white rupees to open barred door.

In the next room is the real challenge. In the distance you see a hookshot
target and two fans beside it. If you turn around you see two other fans. Turn
back to your original position and you spot a Beamos. Go to your Equipment
Screen and choose the Hover Boots. Wait until the left fan(the one behind you
turns on and then run across to the left platform). The air from it carries you
across. Now take out the Beamos with a Bomb. Just Z-target it and throw. Wait
until the fan in front of you dies off then run. Step on the switch this
activates a hookshot column. Use it to get back to the entrance. Now that you
are back at the entrance run across to the right platform. Using the same way
you got to the left platform. Dash towards the center column and then dash to
the steps. Climb the steps and open the door. In this room you will find the
Forest Barrier, its covered in green electricity. Don't touch it! It shocks
Aim and fire one of your Light Arrows. You will release Saria. You will then
zoomed back to the outside of the Forest Barrier Room Entrance.

Water(Ice) Barrier

Link animation : Let Link just stand there and he will begin to sneeze.

Objective : Get Blue Fire or Flame.

In front of you is the blue flame surrounded by lots of ice stalagmites.(Rock
formations formed from the ground or ice spiky thing) Run to it and destroy
to get to the blue flame and store it in one of your bottles. Avoid the falling
ice stalactites(Rock formations formed and hang from the ceiling or hanging ice
spiky thing). After collecting the blue flame. Open the left treasure chest. It
has the key. Do not open the right one or you will get a ' freezing ' surprise.
Open the door.

Objective : Solve Puzzle within 2 minutes and melt Red Ice.

You have 2 minutes to complete this puzzle. First, go to the ice block farthest
from you. Push that block from the left side to the ice rock. Go behind it and
push it forwards. This will make the ice block fall into hole and stay in its
place. Go back to the where you started. Move the second ice block from the
side and push it to the right unto the ice rock. Go to the right side of the
block and push it forward. This ice block will work as a step for Link. Climb
the ice block and then the platform. Take out the blue flame to melt the red
ice. Just hit the switch and the iron bars will be removed. Go through the door
that you just unblocked and find the Water(Ice)Barrier. Shoot it with your
Arrow and Princess Ruto will be freed. Commence Zooming!

Note : If you mess up on this puzzle just exit the room and reenter it. The
clock resets.

Desert Barrier

Objective : Grab all the white rupees.

As soon as you enter, be very cautious of the moving spikes. Destroy the Beamos
right in front of you with a Bombchu or a Bomb so he will not get in your way.
To get one of the white rupees from the spike's path just pull one of the
statues back so you have enough time to collect it and avoid being hit. By
collecting the last white rupee the iron bars will be removed from the door.

Objective : Reflect the sunlight beam to the correct sun icon.

In the next room are two Torch Slugs. Just Z-target them and hit them with your
hookshot to paralyze them. Commencing hacking away. Or just use the Biggoron
Sword. ;) Hit the switch with a Bombchu. A treasure chest will drop down. Open
it and get the key. Open the door. Hit the other switch. A treasure chest will
drop down. I forget if you get frozen or get a rupee from it. Advance towards
the next room. Now look up and look for a breakable hole. Take out your arrow
and shoot it. sunlight should come down. Stand in the sunlight and use your
Mirror Shield(Hold R and move the analog stick down )to reflect the sunlight
beam into one of the sun icons. The correct sun icon to hit with the sunlight
beam is the one that is left of you as soon as you enter the room. Reflecting
the other beams makes Wallmasters fall(Evil Hand that homes in on your shadow
and grabs. It places you at the huge entrance of a pathway blocked by a
barrier). Reflecting the right sun icon opens the door. Go through it. The
Desert Barrier should be in front of you. Shoot a Light Arrow towards it to

Shadow Barrier

Objective : Collect Golden Gauntlets.

Use your Long Shot to get to the Treasure Chest on your left. I don't sure if
this Treasure Chest had a rupee or a freezing surprise in it. Use your Long
on the target above the entrance to get back. To the right of you is an unlit
torch. Aim at it with your Long Shot. Target the torch with the red dot and
out your Fire Arrow and shoot. This will light up the torch and make blocks so
you can get over to the platform in the distance. Defeat the Like Like on the
platform before he eats up your tunic and shield. Now turn around and use the
Fire Arrow to light the torch again. This creates another set of steps in front
of you to make it to the next platform. Use this time to immediately go unto
other set of steps that lead down to a switch. Stepping on this switch will
down a Big Treasure Chest containing the Golden Gauntlets. The Golden Gauntlets
will make you able to lift up huge stone pillars with moon crescents on them.
Now, use your Lens of Truth to see a path made of glass towards a switch on the
left. Step on that one and the iron bars will be removed. Go back unto the
platform you got your Golden Gauntlets from. Use Lens of Truth and follow the
path. There is gap between the path. I'd suggest just hovering over it with
Hover Boots. Open the door and you will now see the Shadow Barrier. Shoot it
with your Light Arrow. Impa will now be freed. Cue the zooming.

Fire Barrier

Link Animation : He wipes his forehead because of the intense heat.

Objective : Collect White Rupees to open barred door.

Upon entering you should already have the Goron Tunic. Otherwise Navi will you
that its too hot to be in this room and will have 2:20 to complete it. Collect
the white rupees in any order you want. But remember the White Rupee that is
place way out of reach cannot be collected until you have used your Golden
Gauntlets on the stone column with a moon crescent in the room. When he lifts
he uncovers a hidden white rupee and throws the column to the direction of that
out of reach white rupee, making a platform. Use your Long Shot to get across
the Lava Lake and enter the door. You will find the Fire Barrier. Just shoot it
with your Light Arrow. King Darun will now be freed. The Zooms... The Zooms...
The Zooms. heh

Sun Barrier

Objective : Defeat Enemies and find key.

First of all, you need to remove the stone pillar in front of it with your
Golden Gauntlets. If I remember correctly, the key is in one of the outter
chests. The middle freezes you. I think. Just kill all enemies and open all
chests. :) You can always get more Fairies in that room I mentioned at the
beginning of this walkthru. Open the locked door and enter.

Objective : Grab key.

Play Zelda's Lullaby on the Triforce symbol and a treasure chest will drop.
the key and open the door.

Objective : Collect all the white rupees to open barred door.

You have approximately 1 minute to grab all the white rupees in the room.
Look up and use the Hook or Long Shot target to see some alcoves containing
white rupees. Avoid the boulders at all costs. They will just slow you down.
Make yourself into the next room. You will spot the Sun Barrier. Shoot your
Light Arrow at it to free Rauru. Zoom, baby baby baby Zoom Zoom! You have to
give me luvin'.. sorry.. K7 bootleg song. :_

Great! You've made it out alive. Now go to the huge entrance that was once
covered by the barriers. Reminder! Do not continue further until you have
the Stone Pillar outside of Ganon's Castle! This is very vital for you to

In this next room you can do either one of the following. Kill the Keeses(Bats
that light on fire.. very very bad) or just avoid them and run for the door.
Pretty simple room. Defeat the Stalfos and Dynalfos to opened the barred door.
Continue up the stairs. Open the door and kill off the Stalfos and Dynaflos to
make a huge, blue treasure chest appear. It contains the boss key. Open the
and continue up the staircase. In this room you will have to have face two Iron
Knuckles. One is in black armor, the other in silver. Hit them to make them
move. After you defeat them open the door. Continue up another staircase. You
will enter in a room full of pots. Do not hit any of them. You will find out
soon. The column is also climbable but its blocked. Just make your way towards
the other door on your right. Continue up the staircase, while hearing the
played by an organ. Trust me this is the last staircase. :) Open the door with
the Boss Key.

Barbecued Link

Play through your game as normal until Ganon, the final boss. After you have 
knocked Ganon down the first time, retrieve the master sword. Get the master 
sword from Zelda but instead of going back to face Ganon, go the opposite way 
and move away from Ganon. There should be a piece of land that is near Zelda, 
which juts away from the floating arena. Move back in it until you hit an 
invisible wall. Turn around in place until you are facing Ganon and equip 
your bow and arrow. Aim carefully and fire an arrow at Ganon's tail. If the 
trick worked Ganon should get up and Link should be engulfed in flames!

Catching the Hylian Loach

To get the Loach at the Lake Hylia fishing pond, go to the fishing pond as an 
adult, and then get the sinking lure. After that, put your Zora Tunic on and 
your Iron Boots and walk under the water. Look for an eel (That's the Loach). 
Then, stand on the log in the middle of the pond and Loach and leave it 
there. When the Loach starts to move press B a couple times and the Loach 
should go after the lure, then reel him in. He weighs 35 pounds!

Cheating at the Cucco Game

Throw all of the "normal cuccos" between the table and the stairs before you 
even speak to Talon. He then throws three "super" chickens into an empty 
room! (You see the others will actually stay put once you toss them back 

Debug/Error Mode

Start a game in the Temple of Time, then gently and SLOWLY pull up on the 
left side of the game pak. If you do it slow enough, the computer will become 
lagged, Link will jump all over the screen, and the sound will become very 
corrupted. If you let this happen for a few seconds, the N64's processor will 
become lagged and the game will lock up; there's going to be a small yellow 
bar that'll appear in the top-left of the screen. When you get the small 
yellow bar to appear, there are some commands that you need to input on the 
controller to get the "debug" code to appear on the screen. (This will also 
show the time and date that your particular game was made.) Enter these 
button combos to make the code appear onscreen:

    1: L button + R button + Z button
    2: Control Pad Up + C-Down
    3: C-Up + Control Pad Down
    4: Control Pad Left + C-Left
    5: C-Right + Control Pad Right
    6: A button + B button + Start button

The debug/error code won't be shown unless you push each button listed. 
Example: in the first step, you must push the Z button while HOLDING the L 
and R buttons.
Get 100+ Skulltulas

For this cheat, make sure you have learned the Song of Storms or else it 
won't work. You need to be a kid for this, too. Go to Hyrule castle and sneak 
past the guards. Jump in the water by the castle and float by the second 
group of guards. Climb out of the water, and there will be a tree in front of 
you. This tree is near where you wake up Talon with the chicken. Walk up to 
the tree, and play the Song of Storms and a secret hole will emerge! Go 
inside and there are three walls you can destroy with bombs. On one wall 
there is a Gold Skulltula. Back up so that you are right in front of the 
light that will take you back up. Destroy the Skulltula, then take out your 
Boomerang. Aim for the golden token and throw. As soon as your Boomerang 
starts coming back, do a backflip into the light so you go back to the 
surface. the blue screen telling you that you destroyed a Skulltula will come 
up, and maybe a few words, but that's it. When you reappear at the surface do 
this process again, and the Skulltula will be there again. By doing this, you 
can get over 100 Skulltulas and you can cash them in the House of Skulltula 
for things. If you happen to destroy the Skulltula and don't jump out in 
time, turn off the game without saving otherwise the cheat will be useless!

Getting Epona the Horse

Getting Epona can be very tricky at times. This section will help you beat 
Mr. Ingo and win Epona to keep!

1. Learn Epona's Song. As Young Link talk to Malon in the horse corral in Lon
   Lon Ranch after meeting Princess Zelda. Talk to her again and show your
   ocarina and she'll teach you Epona's Song.

2. Become Adult Link and get at least 70 rupees.

3. Talk to Mr. Ingo outside the corral at Lon Lon Ranch and pay 10 rupees to
   ride the horse. Instead of getting on the horse provided, play Epona's
   Song and Epona will run up to you. Ride her around the corral to practice.
   Wait until the time is up.

4. Talk to Mr. Ingo again and pay to ride again. Play Epona's Song and get on
   Epona. This time, walk up to Mr. Ingo while on Epona and use Z-Targeting
   to talk to him. He'll challenge you to a race with a 50 rupee wager.

5. Win the race against Mr. Ingo. He'll challenge you to a second race. Win
   again and you'll get Epona.

6. Use A button to get Epona running really fast and jump over any fence to
   escape the ranch.

Race Tips: Racing Mr. Ingo can be tough. Here's how to win. Hold forward on
           the Control Stick as soon as the race begins. Use 1 carrot (push A
           to use a carrot) and wait for it to come back before using it
           again to keep up with Mr. Ingo. Hug the fence and wait for him to
           move out of your way. Then use up all the carrots you have EXCEPT
           ONE to speed Epona up and pass him. Wait until a second carrot
           appears and use it, and then keep doing this to keep ahead of Mr.
           Ingo. NEVER USE YOUR LAST CARROT! Just keep using the second-to
           last carrot. If you use the last one you'll slow down big time and

Gossip Stone Secrets

Try blowing up one of those one-eyed stone statues with a bomb. It will flash 
blue and red and "blast off" like a rocket!

Use the Megaton Hammer to flatten a gossip stone or Din's Fire to stretch it 

To get the Fat Fairy which ills Your Energy and Magic Meter, go to any of the 
Gossip Stones, and play the Song of Storms and a Big Red Fairy should come 
out. (You can't catch this Fairy in a bottle) To get Red Fairies easily, go 
to a Gossip Stone and hit it with your sword and play Zelda's Lullaby. You 
should see 2 or 3 Fairies come out.

Hidden 200 Rupees

Short 200 rupees in Zelda 64? Stand in the center of the rock circle at the 
entrance to Goron City and play the Song of Storms. Go in and open the 
treasure chest, and you'll be 200 rupees richer! As far as I know, this only 
works once.

Hidden Leecher Enemy in Desert Colossus

I've found a hidden enemy in the Gerudo Desert in front of the Desert 
Colossus. Keep fighting Leechers around there as Adult link. I find doing a 
weak spin slash works best. Eventually a Purple Leecher that's bigger and 
more powerful will appear. Kill it and you can get alot of money with the 
lowest being 5 Rupees, and the highest being 60.

Hidden Room in Ganon's Castle

In Ganon's castle on the bottom of the room where all the doors are there is 
a secret room with different colored rocks outside of it. Use the lens of 
truth to see your way in. There are 4 Deku Salesmen things that sell you: red 
potion, green potion, bombs, and arrows. Also in the room are many fairies 
that you may bottle or use right away.

Invincible Deku Stick Glitch

If you hit something with a Deku Stick that bounces you back, and it's near a 
cliff. When you break the Deku Stick and get knocked off, and end up hanging 
on the edge of the cliff. Your Deku Stick will turn out invincible, but 
short. The Kokiri Forest (Link's town) is the only place I've tried it at 
this point. The specific place in the Kokiri Forest is at the one-eyed statue 
that tells the time up by the entrance to the lost woods. Get in front of the 
cliff with your back to it, and face the statue. Don't get TOO close, or you 
won't be bounced off the cliff. Smack the statue with the Deku Stick, and 
you'll get knocked off the cliff. Climb back up off the ledge and you'll have 
your invincible Deku Stick!

Magic Bean Soft Soil Spot Locations

1. In Kokiri Forest, find the patch to the right of the Shop.

2. Enter the Lost Woods and go left, then left again past the Skull Kid to
   find the patch on the ledge.

3. Enter the Lost Woods like before, but instead, go right, left, right,
   left, and left again. Enter the area and you'll find the patch at the
   right side of the room.

4. At Zora's River, you'll see the bean hole right next to the guy that sells
   the beans to you!

5. Go to the Kakariko Graveyard and left to find the patch.

6. (To reach this patch of land, you need to have learned the Bolero of Fire
   from Sheik.) Warp to the Death Mountain Crater and plant the bean in the
   nearby patch. 

7. On your way up the Death Mountain Trail, look for the patch in front of
   the entrance to the Dodongo's Cavern.

8. When you enter the Gerudo Valley, grab a Cucco and jump off the bridge's
   RIGHT side. Then, steer to the left side of the canyon and you'll land on
   a long piece of land. Look for the patch next to the cow and the Gerudo

9. At Lake Hylia, look for the patch of land next to the Lakeside Laboratory.

10. (To reach this patch, you need to have learned the Requiem of Spirit from
    Sheik.) Warp to the Desert Colossus by playing the Requiem of Spirit and
    head up to the entrance of the Spirit Temple. You'll find the patch to
    the left of the temple's entrance.

More Bottles

First equip a bottle, then go find something to put in a bottle (example: 
fish, bug, blue fire, fairy, or anything else you can put inside a bottle). 
Now, hit the C Button to catch the item and hit start directly after hitting 
C button. Select an item you do not want (Claim Check is recommended) and 
equip it instead of the bottle you were catching the item with. Press start 
again and you will see Link still catching the item. Now you have an extra 
bottle. Do this on all of your weapons and you will have 24 bottles! (Note: 
do NOT save after doing this or else you CANNOT get your weapons back!)

Princess Ruto as a Weapon

While inside Jabu-Jabu's Belly, you can use Princess Ruto as a weapon! Just 
throw her at an enemy!

Purple Rupees

When you hit an enemy, any enemy outside of Ganon's castle you will get a 
purple rupee. Also when you can, there is a spot in Gerudo Fortress where you 
drop to the bottom left of you on a ledge, not the ground when you are 
escaping form the jail. Drop there, walk in and when you get to the 
barricade, Hookshot over to it. Continue and destroy the box in the hideout 
above the jail, and in it is a purple ruby.
Reducing Travel Time when Moving

If you want to cut your time in half when you cross the Hyrule Field, go into 
Z-Targeting, and sidestep your way through! Honestly, it'll decrease your 
time by 2/3rds; I timed it!

Reviving Broken Signs

When you use your sword to cut apart a sign, it usually stays broken! After 
you've chopped them apart, you can still revive them. To do that, play 
Zelda's Lullaby in front of the pieces of the broken sign to make them come 
together again!

Secret Rupees

You can find secret rupees in a couple places. One is in Kakariko Village as 
Young Link. Get on the white beam the carpenter is running on, and when you 
get to the end of it, you get a lot of rupees. The other secret is at the 
drawbridge in front of Hyrule Castle. Stand on it and when it goes up at 
night, you can get rupees in the middle and the two sides at the top of the 
bridge. Both of these tricks only work once as far as I can tell.

Secrets in Zora's Domain/Fountain

Go to Zora's Fountain as an adult, near where the fairy fountain is, there 
should be a boulder. Pick up the boulder (need silver gauntlets) and you will 
find a yellow boulder right under! Bomb or hammer that one and you will find 
a secret passageway! Go in, and put on the lens of truth, you will four big 
spiders (not Gold Skulltulas), go up the ladder and you will be at the mere 
top of Zora's fountain! Nobody knows why this place is here.

Go to Zora's Domain as a kid. Climb down the ladder and dive with the golden 
scale. Go as far as you can near the surface of the farther wall. You will 
see a secret opening! How do you get in? No one knows.

Secrets of the Forest Stage

In the Lost Woods, there's an area where you run into a couple Business 
Scrubs near a grassy area. Go into the grassy area, then walk towards the 
butterflies and you'll fall into a secret grotto. Put on the Mask of Truth 
and walk towards the front of the "stage" to make the Deku Scrubs appear. 
You'll get some rupees from them this time, but if you leave and re-enter 
this place again, they'll attack you BADLY! Wear the Skull Mask for them and 
they will allow you to pick up more Deku Sticks. (Note: NEVER wear the Keaton 
Mask; they hate it!)

The 7 Cuccos

Here's a list on where you will find the lady's 7 cuccos in Kakariko Village:

1. You find one near the entrance to the village.

2. You find another near the pen walking around.

3. When you enter the village, roll into the crate at the bottom of the
   stairs near the Potion Shop.

4. Take a Cucco that you've caught and walk up the stairs where the half
   built building is, then fly across the gap to reach the Cucco on the ledge
   by the House of Skulltula.

5. You find one wandering near the gate leading to Death Mountain.

6. Take a Cucco you caught, and go up the stairs that lead to the inside of
   the windmill. Get a running start, and jump towards the big fence. When
   you're next to it, let go of the cucco and then climb onto the top of the
   fence, and you'll find the other cucco.

7. Throw the cucco you just found over the fence after you go up the steps in
   back of the Potion Shop. Then, climb the ladder by the wall and you'll see
   the last one by the windmill.
The 10 Poes

To get the 4th Bottle, you must capture the 10 Poes as Adult Link in Hyrule 
Field. Defeat them with arrows, then capture them in Bottles. Give them to 
the weird man in the guardhouse in the Market to gain points. Gain 1000 
points (100 per special Poe) to win the Bottle. Here's a list of where those 
10 Poes can be found:

1. The first one is located in front of Hyrule Castle. Run with Epona towards
   Lon Lon Ranch from the gate and one should appear.

2. Next is going south near Gerudo Valley. Go to the right of the white tree
   and get back on the road to Lake Hylia. One should appear under the cliff
   of the entrance.

3. Same place as #2, but don't go around the tree. Just stay on the path and
   one should appear (Only one appears at a time).

4. There is a stone wall near Lon Lon Ranch (not the one connecting to the
   ranch; it's towards the east). Stand at the corner and one shoul
   eventually appear.

5. Near the east of Lon Lon Ranch (There's got to be a connection), there is
   a fork in the road separated by a silver rock. From the north, go to the
   left of the rock and through the fence's opening. One should appear.

6. In the east of Hyrule Field, there is a clump of trees south of the Kokiri
   Forest entrance. Weave through the trees to find at least one Big Poe.

7. The next Big Poe is in the same area as the stream west of Hyrule Castle.
   At the lone tree, from the east, go towards the west and go to the left of
   the tree. Continue until you see it appear. It will appear on the other
   side of the stream.

8. In that same clump of trees as #6, there is a white tree at the far west.
   Go west and to the right of that tree. One should appear.

9. In the west of Hyrule Field, there is a short stream near a part of Hyrule
   Castle. Go to the stream, find a white tree, and go to the left of it. One
   should appear.

10. This one's impossible to find if you don't know what you're looking for!
    There is a small cliff to the south of the entrance to Kakariko Village.
    Take Epona, go on top of the cliff, ride right up next to the railing,
    get your Fairy Bow ready. One pops out from under you and starts running.
    Take good aim and shoot it twice before it hits the wall and disappears.
    You will only have about two seconds.
                               Questions and Answers
1. Q: What are the Boss Keys used for?
Simple. The Boss Keys are just used to unlock the huge locks that are protecting
the boss lair in each dungeon. Read the "Items List" section of this FAQ for
more information on Boss Keys, as well as other items.

2. Q: What are the Masks for in this game?
The Masks in this game is just for kicks....mainly. It's a semi-large side-quest
that will take some time to complete, but is worth it in the end, when you
get the Mask of Truth as a reward!

3. Q: How do I get the Golden Scale?
Just play the fishing game in Lake Hylia, and catch a 15-pound fish, and the
man will give you this scale as a prize for your mad skillz.

4. Q: What do I get if I catch all of the Skulltulas?
Good Question. Here is what you can get for a certain number of Skulltula
tokens that you collect, then return to the House of Skulltula in Kakariko

10 Gold tokens.... Adult's wallet
20 Gold tokens.... Stone of Agony
30 Gold tokens.... Giant's Wallet
40 Gold tokens.... Bombchus (20)
50 Gold tokens.... Heart Piece
100 Gold tokens... 200 Rupees

5. Q: I can hear a Skulltula, but I can't find it. Why?
Dunno, maybe you're just not looking well enough. ;)

6. Q: What do the bugs do in the game?
The bugs that you collect in bottles are used to draw out hidden Skulltulas
who are inside of soft-soil dirt patches. Just put some bugs into the dirt
patches, and wait for the Skulltula to emerge to collect his token!

7. Q: Do I have to protect Princess Zelda at the end of Ganon's Castle, during
      the decent?
Nope, not at all. She'll be protected by a magic shield as she goes down, so
all you have to do is worry about yourself getting hurt, not her. Although
you do have to free her in one of the rooms by defeating the Stalfos, but
that's a sinch.

8. Q: What do I get if I collected all of the Heart Pieces?
A cookie. Oh, and tons of extra health that you'll want for the final battles
at the end of the game, in Ganon's Castle.

9. Q: How many endings are there in Zelda: Ocarina of Time?
There is only one ending in this game, and that's it. No matter what you do
in the game, you cannot affect the outcome of the ending sequence. It's all
the same, whether you collected everything or not, just as long as you defeated
Ganon at the end of the game, then you will see the one and only ending of

10. Q: Are there any "secret" dungeons?
Technically, yes, there is one, which is the Gerudo Training Grounds, which
is a bonus dungeon. If you want a walkthrough for that Dungeon, then I
strongly suggest that you read marshmallow's Zelda FAQ, because his FAQ
contains a walkthrough (and even some MAPS!) of this bonus dungeon. Great

11. Q: Is there going to be a "true" sequel to Ocarina of Time?
Yes, there is. The "true" sequel to Ocarina of Time is Zelda: Majora's Mask,
which has a WHOLE NEW WORLD, new dungeons, characters, masks, gameplay, and
so on and so forth. Ganondorf and Princess Zelda are absent, as is Hyrule.
Instead of playing in Hyrule, you will be playing in a mysterious land called
Termina, where you only have 3 days to locate the stolen Majora's Mask from
the Skull Kid, before the time runs out, and the moon comes a crashing down
to the planet, and the world will cease to exist as you know it...or just
Termina. :)

12. Q: Where can I get ?
Read the walkthrough to find that item, or if you are too lazy to check there,
why don't you just check out the Item List in this FAQ? Yeah? Good.

13. Q: What are the Great Fairy Fountains meant for?
The Great Fairy Fountains are scattered around Hyrule for one reason: To help
you in your quest. The Great Fairy Fountains are there to help you increase
your health/magic/etc., and should be found as quickly as possible, thus
increasing your chances of having a easier time of beating the game!

14. Q: I missed the Golden Gauntlets in the Shadow Room in Ganon's Castle.
       What should I do?
Well, if you missed them the first time, there is only one thing left do do.
Go back and get them from the Shadow Room (check the walkthrough to find
out how and where to find the Golden Gauntlets).

15. Q: But do I NEED to have the Golden Gauntlets?
If you want to beat the game? Yes, of course. You will need them for the
Fire Room, and if you don't have them for that room, then you cannont destroy
the Fire Barrier, cannot enter the Central Tower, and therefore, cannot beat
the game, because you cannot meet Ganondorf for the final showdown. Whew.

16. Q: Are there limitations to what every item, in the amount that I can
       hold at once?
Yes. And here is the maximum number of each item that you can carry at once
as Link (both child and adult):

|                      |
| Limits               |
|                      |
| Deku Seeds....... 50 |
|                      |
| Deku Nuts........ 40 |
|                      |
| Arrows........... 50 |
|                      |
| Bombs............ 40 |
|                      |
| Deku Sticks...... 30 |
|                      |
1. Zelda's Lullaby

C-Left, C-Up, C-Right, C-Left, C-Up, C-Right

2. Epona's Song

C-Up, C-Left, C-Right, C-Up, C-Left, C-Right

3. Saria's Song

C-Down, C-Right, C-Left, C-Down, C-Right, C-Left

4. Sun's Song:

C-Right, C-Down, C-Up, C-Right, C-Down, C-Up

5. Song of Time:

C-Right, A, C-Down, C-Right, A, C-Down

6. Song of Storms:

A, C-Down, C-Up, A, C-Down, C-Up

7. Minute of the Forest:

A, C-Up, C-Left, C-Right, C-Left, C-Right

8. Bolero of Fire:

C-Down, A, C-Down, A, C-Right, C-Down, C-Right, C-Down

9. Serenade of Water:

A, C-Down, C-Right, C-Right, C-Left

10. Nocturne of Shadow:

C-Left, C-Right, C-Right, A, C-Left, C-Right, C-Down

11. Requiem of Spirit:

A, C-Down, A, C-Right, C-Down, A

12. Prelude of Light:

C-Up, C-Right, C-Up, C-Right, C-Left, C-Up

                           100 Gold Skulltulas
                           • Death Mountain Crater •
                              Gold Skulltulas: 02

                           • Death Mountain Trail •
                              Gold Skulltulas: 04

                              • Desert Colossus •
                              Gold Skulltulas: 03

                             • Dodongo's Cavern •
                              Gold Skulltulas: 05

                                • Fire Temple •
                              Gold Skulltulas: 05

                               • Forest Temple •
                              Gold Skulltulas: 05

                              • Ganon's Castle •
                              Gold Skulltulas: 01

                               • Gerudo Valley •
                              Gold Skulltulas: 04

                              • Gerudo Fortress •
                              Gold Skulltulas: 02

                                • Goron City •
                              Gold Skulltulas: 02

                                 • Graveyard •
                              Gold Skulltulas: 02

                              • Great Deku Tree •
                              Gold Skulltulas: 04

                             • Haunted Wasteland •
                              Gold Skulltulas: 01

                               • Hyrule Castle •
                              Gold Skulltulas: 03

                               • Hyrule Field •
                              Gold Skulltulas: 02

                                • Ice Cavern •
                              Gold Skulltulas: 03

                             • Jabu-Jabu's Belly •
                              Gold Skulltulas: 04

                             • Kakariko Village •
                              Gold Skulltulas: 06

                               • Kokiri Forest •
                              Gold Skulltulas: 03

                                • Lake Hylia •
                              Gold Skulltulas: 05

                               • Lon Lon Ranch •
                              Gold Skulltulas: 04

                                • Lost Woods •
                              Gold Skulltulas: 03

                           • Sacred Forest Meadow •
                              Gold Skulltulas: 01

                               • Shadow Temple •
                              Gold Skulltulas: 05

                              • Spirit Temple  •
                              Gold Skulltulas: 05

                               • Water Temple •
                              Gold Skulltulas: 05

                            • Underneath the Well •
                              Gold Skulltulas: 03

                               • Zora's Domain •
                              Gold Skulltulas: 01

                              • Zora's Fountain •
                              Gold Skulltulas: 03

                               • Zora's River •
                              Gold Skulltulas: 04

|                                     |
|  Rewards                            |
|                                     |
| 10 Skull tokens.... Adult's wallet  |
|                                     |
| 20 Skull tokens.... Stone of Agony  |
|                                     |
| 30 Skull tokens.... Giant's Wallet  |
|                                     |
| 40 Skull tokens.... Bombchus (20)   |
|                                     |
| 50 Skull tokens.... Heart Piece     |
|                                     |
| 100 Skull tokens... 200 Rupees      |
|                                     |

*   = Young Link
**  = Older Link
*** = Doesn't matter if you are old or young
+   = You can get it at night


      Skulltulas Outside Dungeons


        Kokiri Forest (3 Skulltulas)
          1. You can find one behind the Know-it-All Brothers house. You should
have the Boomerang before defeating this Skulltula because you'll need it to
collect its token! * +

          2. You'll find one behind the House of Twins, but out of
reach! Use the Hookshot to kill it and collect its token. ** +

          3. Plant a bottle of bugs into the bean hole next to the shop, it will
sprout a Skulltula. *

        Hyrule Field (2 Skulltulas)

          4. Roll into the tree near the entrance to Kakariko Village to shake
the Skulltula out of the branches. (It's closer the wall of Hyrule Castle than
the village entrance.). ***

          5. Place a bomb in middle of the circle of stones near the
Gerudo Valley entrance to reveal a secret grotto. Jump in and use Din's
Fire to burn the webs, then look for the Skulltula on one of the walls.

        Market and Hyrule Castle (4 Skulltulas)
          6. Enter the Guardhouse at the entrance to the Market and roll into a
crate near the guard. *

          7. Play the Song of Storms in front of the tree near the spot
where you met Talon. *

          8. Roll into the tree where the owl was perched when you first entered
that area to shake one out of the branches. *

          9. Go behind the brick arch near Ganon's Castle and use the
Longshot to defeat the Skulltula lurking on it out of your reach. **

        Lon Lon Ranch (4 Skulltulas)
          10. Roll into the tree next to a house to shake a Skulltula
out of it. *

          11. Go along the outer side of the fence and defeat the
Skulltula on the wooden wall at the back end. * +

          12. You'll find this one hanging on the wall to the right of
the shed where you obtained the Piece of Heart. (You'll have to look
carefully to see this one because it's camouflaged on the wall!) * +

          13. A Skulltula is hanging on the second story window of
Talon's house. You'll need the Boomerang to claim its token. * +

        Kakariko Village (6 Skulltulas)
          14. Roll into the tree shortly after you enter the village to
shake a Skulltula from its branches. * +

          15. You'll find a Skulltula high up on the ladder alongside
the lookout tower. Use the Slingshot to kill it, then climb the ladder
to claim the token. * +

          16. Look behind the house near the gate leading to Death
Mountain to find a Skulltula on the wall you can easily reach and
defeat! * +

          17. Find another one hanging behind the House of Skulltula. *+

          18. At the building under construction, there is one hanging
on the wall. * +

          19. Use the Hookshot or Longshot to get to the roof of a house next to
Impa's House, then use it again to get to the roof of her house. You'll find a
Skulltula on the wall by the roof.  ** +

        Lost Woods (3 Skulltulas)
          20. Plant bugs in the bean hole in the area near the Skull Kid to
reveal a Skulltula. *

          21. Plant bugs in the bean hole in an area near the shortcut
to Zora's Domain to reveal another Skulltula. *

          22. In the same room that you found the last Skulltula, come
back as an adult and ride the bean platform up to a ledge with a
Skulltula nearby. ** +

        Death Mountain (4 Skulltulas)
          23. The first bombable wall on the right on your way up the
Death Mountain Trail houses a Gold Skulltula. ***

          24. As an adult, go back to that ledge above the Dodongo's
Cavern where the Bomb Flower used to grow. Destroy the boulder with the
Megaton Hammer to reveal a Skulltula. ** +

          25. When you're near the top of the mountain and it starts
erupting, either wait until the eruptions stop or until you beat the
Fire Temple (The eruptions DON'T occur anymore then!) and destroy the
last boulder on your way up to the wall you have to climb. You'll reveal a
Skulltula on the wall. ** +

          26. There is one in a bean hole in front of Dodongo's Cavern
that makes one come out when you plant bugs in it. *

        Goron City (2 Skulltulas)
          27. In the room with the "maze" of rocks at the top level of
Goron City, get through that room, then roll into the crate at the other end of
the room to reveal a Skulltula. *

          28. Go to the floor above the very bottom one and use the
Hookshot to kill the Skulltula and get its coin under the central
platform up above. ** +

        Zora's River (4 Skulltulas)
          29. Drop down to the water area by the waterfall at the source of the
river. You'll see the Skulltula on a ladder leading up to the high platforms. *

          30. Roll into the first tree you see on your way up the river
to make a Skulltula fall to the ground. *

          31. When you're on the high plateau with the cucco walking
around on it, jump across to a ledge with a secret grotto on it to find
the Skulltula hanging on the wall nearby. ** +

          32. There is a Skulltula that hangs high on a wall right
before the entrance to Zora's Domain. Use the Longshot to defeat it and
take its token. ** +

        Zora's Domain (1 Skulltula)
          33. Go to the top of the waterfall when it is frozen and
you'll find the Skulltula on the wall. Use the Hookshot to reach it. ** +

        Zora's Fountain (3 Skulltulas)
          34. Roll into the tree near the entrance to the Great Fairy's
Fountain to shake out a Skulltula from its branches. *

          35. There is a Skulltula on the wall by the fallen log. Use
the Boomerang to claim its token after you kill it. * +

          36. On the small piece of land where you find the Great
Fairy's Fountain, come here as an adult AFTER you've gotten the Silver
Gauntlets. Then, lift up the gray boulder and throw it, then drop into
the hole. Go up the incline while using the Lens of Truth to find the
Skulltulas that are normally visible. Climb the ladder at the top and
you'll find the Skulltula on the wall overlooking the entire Zora's
Fountain! ** +

        Lake Hylia (5 Skulltulas)
          37. You'll find a Skulltula on the small island where you
obtain the Fire Arrow. * +

          38. There is a Skulltula in a crate at the bottom of the
Lakeside Laboratory's well. Use the Iron Boots to reach it, then roll
into the crate and use the Hookshot to kill it.  **

          39. Look at the back wall of the Lakeside Laboratory at
nighttime to find one crawling on it. Beat it with the Slingshot, then
use the Boomerang to pull the token in. * +

          40. Use the Longshot to get to the top of the large tree on
the island above the Water Temple, then kill the Skulltula at the top.
** +

          41. Deposit some bugs into the bean hole next to the Lakeside
Laboratory to reveal a Skulltula. *

        Graveyard (2 Skulltulas)
          42. Look for a Skulltula on the wall on the right side of the
graveyard. Use the Slingshot to kill it, then the Boomerang to take the
out-of-reach coin. * +

          43. Plant bugs in the bean hole in the left side of the
graveyard to make a Skulltula come out. *

        Sacred Forest Meadow (1 Skulltula)
          44. Get to the top of the "hedge maze" and look for the
Skulltula to the right of the stairs leading to the Forest Temple. (I
mean the right as if you're looking in the direction of the steps.) ** +

        Death Mountain Crater (2 Skulltulas)
          45. Play the Bolero of Fire to get to the center of the crater as a
kid, then plant bugs into the bean hole to make a Skulltula come out. *

          46. Enter the Death Mountain Crater from the summit of Death
Mountain and roll into the crate nearby to reveal another Skulltula. **

        Gerudo Valley (4 Skulltulas)

          47. About halfway across the wooden plank, look to the right
to find a Skulltula on the wall. Use the Boomerang to take its token
after you defeat it. * +

          48. Look for a Skulltula on the wall behind the Carpenters'
Tent. ** +

          49. Another Skulltula is under the stone arch near the tent.** +

          50. Plant bugs into the bean hole on the ledge far below the
bridge to make a Skulltula pop out. *

        Gerudo Fortress (2 Skulltulas)
          51. After you get the Gerudo Membership Card, get to the roof
of the fortress and look for the Skulltula on the mountain wall nearby.
** +

          52. Ride up to the northern target pole in the Horseback
Archery Range when you're not playing to find another Skulltula on the
front of the target. Simply use the Longshot to kill it and take the
token as well. ** +

        Haunted Wasteland (1 Skulltula)
          53. Go inside the stone structure where you discover the
phantom guide and you'll find a Skulltula. **

        Desert Colossus (3 Skulltulas)
          54. Look for a Skulltula in the branches of a palm tree near
the oasis. Be careful when trying to get this Skulltula because the
Leevers will emerge from the sand and make things more difficult for
you! ** +

          55. Ride the bean platform as an adult and you'll find a
Skulltula atop a platform. ** +

          56. Drop bugs into the bean hole to reveal a Skulltula. *


    Skulltulas Inside Dungeons


	The Great Deku Tree (4 Skulltulas)
          57. In the room where you get the Compass, a Skulltula is in
              an alcove in the left side of the room.

          58. After you fall into the basement, you'll see one on the
              metal bars in the wall.

          59. You'll see another one on the vine wall near the lit

          60. In the room where the enemies fall from the ceiling, burn
              the web on the wall, then bomb the wall to find a Skulltula in
	      the next room.

        Dodongo's Cavern (5 Skulltulas)
          61. In the room with the enemies that explode after defeated,
play the Scarecrow's Song where you see a ledge high above the ground,
then use the Hookshot to reach it.

          62. In the room across from the high ledge, use the Boomerang
to get the token.

          63. In the room where you detonate all the Bomb Flowers at
once, use the Longshot to get the one in an alcove at the top of the

          64. There's another one on the vines nearby the big stairs.

          65. Near the room where you push a block on the switch, bomb a wall to
find one in a room.

        Inside Jabu-Jabu's Belly (4 Skulltulas)
          66. Near the bottom of the platform where you hit the switch
with the Boomerang.

          67. When you push the switch to make the water appear in the
room shortly after you meet Ruto in the basement, climb the ladder and
beat the Skulltula.

          68. Drop into the hole where the Green electric thing was and
use the Slingshot to kill the Skulltula on the wall nearby. (You need
the Boomerang to retrieve the token!)

          69. Another one is on the wall near the last one.

        Forest Temple (5 Skulltulas)
          70. In the first room where you kill the Wolfos look at the
right side. You'll see some vines so climb up them. Get on the tree and
walk to the other one and hop on it. If you look up a little see it and
kill it with your Hookshot.

          71. Go in the main room where you see the ghosts run away, go
straight through the lamps and cross to the other side and when you get
to the door look around to the right and you'll see it, kill the gold
Skulltula and nab the coin.

          72. After you get number two and the keys to enter the doors
but once all that is done go back to the entrance and go to the left
room.  Go to the island in the upper-right corner and look up. If you
look up enough you'll it the Skulltula. If you have the exact precise
aim you can get it now but if not you will get it later.

          73. Later you will end up in the same room where you got
Skulltula #3 but when you do jump on the column. When you walk to the
other edge look to the left side and you will see #4, kill it and get
it's coin.

          74. When you get everything done in the Forest Temple and all
you have to do is beat the boss go in the room where you turn the walls
and keep turning the walls and pressing switches until you get into a
room with a Skulltula in it. Look all around the walls and search for
the Skulltula. Kill it and get it's coin.

        Fire Temple (5 Skulltulas)
          75. One's in the room with the Like Like in it that eats your
stuff. When you kill the slug thing look behind him to find it. Kill it
then steal it's coin.

          76. In the room with the bridge that runs through the middle
of it, get to the ledge with the blue block on it. Play the Song of Time to make
the block to move, granting you access to the room you couldn't enter otherwise.
Go in that room and defeat the Skulltula.

          77. Another's in the room with the maze-type thing and the
boulders. When you get to the upper level, look in a room with one of
the trapped Goron in it. Free him, get the key, look in the cell, find
the spider, kill it, then take the coin!

          78. About two rooms after the last Skulltula (a room that is
corkscrewed up). When you fire, go in the room and go right beside the
cliff. Look to the wall to the left and you see the spider. Kill him and nab his

          79. In the very same room as the last one, go up to the place
right above the door and look to your right. If you search enough (this
one sort of blends in with the surroundings) you should find it. Now you know
what to do...

        Ice Cavern (3 Skulltulas)
          80. In the room with the Heart Piece and the Compass, look
behind one of the columns and you'll see the Skulltula high above you.
Use the Hookshot to kill it and take its token.

          81. In the room with the silver rupees and the spinning
blades, cut down the icicles in the room and you'll find a Skulltula
hiding behind them. Then, just kill it with your Hookshot because it's
out of reach.

          82. In the room where you have to push the blocks around the
room, look for the Skulltula on the wall above the pit. Use the Hookshot to kill
it and obtain its token.

	Water Temple (5 Skulltulas)
          83. When you get about 1/3rd of the way done through the
temple, go to the upper level of water in the main room. Look to the
bottom left side with all the Hookshot targets and all that. Go in the
room to look around. When you get to the other side of the area and
getting past the gate, look on the wall to get the games easiest to find gold
Skulltula.  If you can't find it I can't help you!

          84. The next gold Skulltula appears in the caves where the
cyclones are. When you get away from all the annoying cyclones, whip out your
Fairy Bow or Longshot and search on the opposite side wall and kill the gold
Skulltula that resides on a wall.

          85. After you get through the entire cyclone hubbub you'll end up back
in a room with a water-changing symbol. Look around through the room and with
enough looking you should be able to find it on the east wall.

          86. Once you get the water to mid-level, go back to the room
with the waterfall and the place you have to cross. Look around the
right side and the gold Skulltula is yours with your Longshot.

          87. Before you get the Boss Key, you should find this. In the
area with the boulders rolling through the water, look to your right and you'll
see the temple's last gold Skulltula it has to offer. Kill the spider and nab
the coin.

        Kakariko Well (3 Skulltulas)
          88. Walk through the wall exactly north of where you get the
Compass and you'll find the Skulltula in the hidden room.

          89. Walk through the wall on the upper-right side of the room
where you got the Compass and walk around the right wall of that room to reach
the Skulltula!

          90. In the room with the BIG invisible holes, get across that
room and enter the door there. You'll end up in a room with a Skulltula. (I
advise you have the lens of Truth so you know where those holes are!)

        Shadow Temple (5 Skulltulas)
          91. The first gold Skulltula is in the pit where you have to
use the Lens of Truth to see the platforms. Go into the room where the
scythe things are invisible, look at the right wall, and the first gold
Skulltula should be in there up high.

          92. This one's in the room where the bed of spikes drops down
and you have to block them with your block. In one of the cells you
should see the gold Skulltula.

          93. The next one is in the room where you throw the bomb
flower into the pot with the blue fire. Once you blow up the pot, look
where the pot used to be and on the wall the gold Skulltula should be

          94. The next one is where you have to use Bonoorru the
scarecrow as a target for your Hookshot (right by the ship). Call him on the
ledge next to the ship and right by the scarecrow is the gold

          95. The last one is in the optional room with the three
spinning pots. Blow up all three of the spinning pots and the gold
Skulltula should be on the wall exactly like the third one.

        Spirit Temple (Young Link) (3 Skulltulas)
          96. In the room where you light the lanterns and part of the
gate falls down, cross the now made bridge and on the other side is the
gold Skulltula. Kill it with your slingshot and boomerang it's coin in!

          97. The next one's in the room with the lizard men. When you
climb up the vines turn around and look at the pit. The gold Skulltula
should be just near the top. Another very easy Skulltula killed.

          98. One's in the room with the difficult Ironknuckle. I won't
give tips on killing him but once you do look above the door that opens
when you kill him and you should be able to see it, kill it, and take
it's coin.

        Spirit Temple (Adult Link) (2 Skulltulas)
          99. In the room with the boulders and the blue block that
disappears once you play the Song of Time. Don't play the song to the
block yet, but do look in all the other spaces and when you search them
all you should be able to find the gold Skulltula and once you do kill

          100. In the room with the giant statue is where the last gold
Skulltula in the temple resides. On the left side, play the Scarecrow
song and the portable Hookshot target (Bonoorru) should appear. Use him
as a target and once you get on that island look on the wall and kill
the Skulltula that is there.

    Found: The Great Deku Tree
    Strategy: This giant one-eyed spider from previous Zelda games is back as
              a boss! To beat it, shoot it in the eye when it turns red with
              your Slingshot, then while it's stunned, come in and swing at
              the eye with the sword. After it becomes able to move again,
              it'll crawl onto the ceiling and it'll start to make eggs. When
              the eggs fall, destroy them with your sword. After you destroy
              all 3 of them, back up and Gohma will fall back down again.
              Repeat the same procedure until it's defeated. It should take
              about 10 hits total from your sword to kill it.

King Dodongo
    Found: Dodongo's Cavern
    Strategy: This giant dinosaur's back from the original Zelda game and it
              still likes to eat bombs! When it walks towards you, it will
              open its mouth wide when he gets close enough to you. Throw a
              Bomb into its mouth and it'll swallow it; it'll explode inside
              it, hurting it. After it recovers, watch out because it'll roll
              around the room. Follow it around until it crashes into a wall.
              When it walks towards you again, throw another Bomb into its
              mouth. Repeat the process another couple times to defeat it!

    Found: Inside Jabu-Jabu's Belly
    Strategy: This giant jellyfish-like enemy can be really hard if you don't
              know how to beat it! Defeat it by using Z-Targeting on the huge
              tentacles on top of it and hitting them repeatedly with your
              Boomerang. When the small jellyfish things start floating
              around the room, use your sword to destroy them all. When they
              spin REALLY FAST around the boss, use the Boomerang and hope it
              hits the boss, not the things spinning around it! Then, run in
              and attack with the sword a few times. Repeat the last few
              steps as needed to defeat this boss!

Phantom Ganon
    Found: Forest Temple
    Strategy: Phantom Ganon has two phases. In the first phase, he rides into
              a picture and then two of him rides back. One of them is fake.
              Stand in the middle of the room with and arrow ready to fire
              and rotate around scanning the pictures. When one of the
              pictures has Phantom coming back out of the picture (a bunch of
              purple lights will appear) fire an arrow at him right away. If
              you hit him, he'll retreat and you can do it again. If you
              miss, he'll zap you for a big time hurt. After you've done this
              3 times he'll lose the horse and start flying around the room
              shooting bolts at you. You'll quickly notice that you can block
              the bolts but you can't seem to hurt him at all. If you're
              played A Link to the Past, remember the evil wizard Agahnim?
              Well, next time Phantom Ganon shoots a bolt at you hit it with
              your sword to shoot it back at him. HOWEVER, watch out as he
              might hit it back at you again! So be ready to hit it again if
              it comes flying back to you. Sometimes you'll hit it back and
              forth like 10 times before it finally gets him. The more times
              it bounces back and forth the more it hurt too. When it does
              hit him he'll fall to the ground. Take this opportunity to give
              it to him with a jump slash from your sword. Then he'll fly
              back up again. The more times the bolt bounced before hitting
              him the longer he'll be on the ground. Keep doing this until he
              dies. Sometimes when he's almost dead he'll fly toward you with
              a super powerful spear stab. Try to dodge it if you can, you
              can't block it. Also, remember to stay far away from him when
              he's firing bolts because it will make it easier to hit them
              back at him.

    Found: Fire Temple
    Strategy: This giant dragon that the Gorons fear is the boss of the Fire
              Temple. When Volvagia pops his head out and swings his mane of
              fire around, avoid it and pound the head with the hammer. Next,
              it'll fly high into the air so you can't hurt it. Just avoid
              the fire and occasional rocks from above. The best way to avoid
              it is to hang off the side of the platform and you cannot be
              hit! When his attacking spree is over hop back up and wait for
              it to pop out, then hit it with your hammer. Repeat the process
              as described above until it's defeated!

    Found: Water Temple
    Strategy: To defeat this boss, stand along the sides of the room and wait
              until a tentacle rises from the water. Stand a safe distance
              away and when the nucleus of the enemy appears inside it, use
              the Longshot to pull it out, then swing at it with your sword.
              Repeat this process until it's defeated.

Bongo Bongo
    Found: Shadow Temple
    Strategy: To defeat Bongo Bongo, shoot one hand with an arrow or two to
              freeze it. Do that to the other hand to freeze the other hand
              to expose the eye, which is the weak spot! Shoot the eye with
              an arrow and then run in and attack with the sword. Then,
              repeat the process above to defeat it!

    Found: Spirit Temple
    Strategy: To defeat the bosses, Koume and Kotake, whenever they shoot
              their spells at you, reflect it with your Mirror Shield at the
              other sister. Repeat that process until they transform into
              Twinrova! This time, defeat them by using your Mirror Shield on
              three spells with the same powers. (e.g. three fire
              spells/three ice spells) After you collected three spells of
              the same type, it'll shoot itself back at Twinrova and she'll
              drop to the floor. Run over and attack with your Master Sword
              or your Biggoron's Sword if you have it. Repeat that process a
              few more times to defeat it.

Ganon (Part 1)
    Found: Ganon's Tower
    Strategy: This is the final boss of the entire game! To defeat Gannondorf
              in his human form, bounce the energy balls he shoots at you
              with the sword back at him. Then, when he's paralyzed in mid
              air, shoot a Light Arrow at him to make him fall to the
              platform, then run in and attack with your sword. When he gets
              revived, use the Longshot on the stained-glass windows to get
              away before he uses a shockwave attack, which will throw you
              down to an area where you must climb ALL the way up to finish
              the fight again! Repeat this process a few times until he's
              defeated, but he's not finished yet!

Ganon (Part 2)
    Found: Ganon's Tower
    Strategy: Now, follow Zelda all the way out of the tower and defeat the
              enemies along the way until you reach the end. The tower will
              collapse and you and Zelda will think it's over, then
              Gannondorf returns and turns into a beast and he'll knock the
              Master Sword right out of your hand! To defeat him without it,
              shoot him in the eyes with a Light Arrow, then while he's
              stunned, crush his tail with the Megaton Hammer. Repeat this
              process quite a few times until he falls. Then, the fire
              surrounding this arena will disappear and you can take your
              Master Sword back! Repeat the process like before, but instead
              of using the Megaton Hammer; use your Master Sword. When you
              run low of magic for your Light Arrows, drink a green potion if
              you have it or hide behind a pillar and when it breaks, hope
              there's magic containers in it! Continue with your barrage of
              Light Arrows into his eyes and cutting of the tail with your
              sword until he falls again. Zelda will cast a spell and charge
              up your sword, then run in and attack for the last time! Link
              will literally cut apart his face; then deliver the final blow
              RIGHT in the head, thus defeating Ganon and beating the game!
              If you run out of magic, and you have no magic potions, that if
              you have the Biggoron's sword you can still hit him in the tail
              and it takes damage. Another way to defeat him as a beast is
              like this. He only can hit you if you get in the way of his ax,
              but if you stay under his legs (I know it sounds funny) you can
              slip through and hit him in his tail.
                                    Heart Pieces
                           • Death Mountain Crater •

#1: In the side on the wall where you must climb down to reach.

#2: On top of the giant sphere in the center of the area.

                           • Death Mountain Trail •

#1: Right above the Dodongo's Cavern entrance.

                              • Desert Colossus •

#1: On the large arch near the entrance to the temple.

                               • Gerudo Valley •

#1: On the side of the wall, in a box on the ledge.

#2: Behind the large waterfall. Fall into the water, and climb the ladder
    to reach it.

                              • Gerudo Fortress •

#1: On top of the Thieve's Hideout, on a very high roof.

#2: Win the Horseback Archery Contest.

                                • Goron City •

#1: To get this one, light up all of the torches in the city, then throw
    a bomb into the large, spinning, center vase in the city.

                                 • Graveyard •

#1: Beat the ghost of Dampe in the Graveyard game in less than 1 minute.

#2: Use the Magic Bean Leaf to reach a high ledge with a crate, containing
    the Heart Piece.

#3: Win the grave-digging tour game.

#4: Find the unmarked grave, enter it, and play the Sun's Song in front of
    the large wall.

                               • Hyrule Castle •

#1: Win the Treasure Box game.

#2: Find the runaway dog at night, then return it to the dog lady.

#3: Win the Bombchu game.

                               • Hyrule Field •

#1: In the pond near Hyrule Castle.

#2: In the hidden hole underground near the fence that leads to Lake Hylia.
    Available for purchase for a measly 10 Rupees.

                                • Ice Cavern •

#1: Hidden within some red ice. Melt the red ice to reveal the Heart Piece.

                             • Kakariko Village •

#1: Inside the cow's barn. To reach it, ride down from Death Mountain Crater
    with the Owl, then land on the roof, and hop down into the barn.

#2: Near the Windmill, on the outer ledge.

#3: Collect 50 Gold Skulltula tokens, then talk to a Skulltula family member
    in the Skulltula house.

#4: Speak to the man on top of the Potion Shop as Adult Link.

                                • Lake Hylia •

#1: Use the Magic Bean Leaf as Adult Link to reach this Heart Piece on top
    of the Lakeside Laboratory.

#2: Touch the bottom of the water area inside the Lakeside Laboratory using
    the Gold Scale.

#3: Play the fishing game, and catch a 10-lb. fish.

                               • Lon Lon Ranch •

#1: Enter the shed in the back of the horse corral, move the boxes to reveal
    a hidden hole as Child Link.

                                • Lost Woods •

#1: Play songs with the Skull Kids, and stick with them to win a Heart Piece.

#2: Play Saria's Song to the lonely Skull Kid.

                               • Zora's Domain •

#1: Light all 4 scattered torches in the area fast enough, then check
    underneath the waterfall to find a chest containing your Heart Piece.

                              • Zora's Fountain •

#1: On the bottom of the Lake. Use the Iron Boots and Zora Tunic as Adult

#2: Floating on an Iceburg as Adult Link.

                               • Zora's River •

#1: Play the Song of Storms for the group of frogs.

#2: On top of a platform, so use a chicken as Child Link to reach it.

#3: On another platform, use the Magic Bean Leaf as Adult Link to reach this
    Heart Piece.

#4: Make all of the frogs 'big' by playing songs to them, then win the
    bug-catching game.

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