A more deatailed way to beat the 3 bosses in the light world - The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past
A more deatailed way to beat the 3 bosses in the light world
Boss 1: shoot it with arrows but use them sparingly as they can come in great use when your stuck in the corner.
(sorry not a good one I know)
Boss 2: This is the snake boss which has 2 other buddies all look the same and will dive in and out of the sand ....
Though before you go into the boss room make sure you have a full magic bar because if you have ventured off into the world and found the "ice rod" which has the ability to kill off theese snake pests with a fell 2 swoops but be careful as it will seriously drain your magic.
If you happen to run out of magic however make sure you have your sword fully charged and ready for the swirly attack thingy by holding down the attack button so that when the ground ripples you know where to strike and you can end the battle and get the 2nd pendant.
( a bit more detailed , but I had to find it out the hard way) 2 hours and a set of batteries on this dude :(
Boss 3 : by far the most annoying because you cant attack it with arrows or bombs or the ice rod which can make this boss extremely agitating.
In the form of a worm thingy this blighter will try hard to knock you off of the edge of the arena and to take out your health and because it has no particular pattern to follow it can cause signifigant hair loss ok then lets crack on with it then:
1st make sure that you dont fall off of the arena as it will send you plumbeting down a seemingly endless pit and you will have to get up and go find him again.
2nd make sure that when your in there you have a full bar of health . but if not try not to get hit by him .
3rd: make sure your sword is allways charged up and ready to strike because it is random it can get a bit awkward and you may ahve to defend your self rather sharpish.
Continue to do this and you will either have killed it off and gotten the pendant or gone bald due to tension and stress.
Happy gaming !!!
Added by: aluma Jan 18th 2004, ID#1428