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The Legend of Zelda: The Ocarina of Time

100% Item Walkthrough
Author: Lando_Kashmir 
Created: 5/18/07
Contact: landokashmir@gmail.com


Version History:

Version 1.3 ~ 04/25/09:
Fixed/clarified a few minor items, pointed out by Rappy:
- Ocarina of Time/Song of Time: I had these reversed.
- Heart Piece #22 (now #25): Golden Scale is needed for this heart piece,
  not the Iron Boots.
- Heart Piece #30: gotten during the day.
- Skulltulas #74-76: minor clarifications.
- Ice Arrows: This part was rather badly worded, so I used Rappy's revised 
  version instead.

Version 1.2 ~ 01/11/08:
Changed contact info and some formatting to make guide navigation easier.

Version 1.1 ~ 6/25/07:
Fixed a couple formatting errors, fixed location of 30 Deku Nut Holder upgrade.

Version 1.0 ~ 5/18/07:
First version of the guide.  


Contents: 
Intro..........................0001
Timeline.......................0002
Storyline......................0003
Comments.......................0004 
Walkthrough (Young Link Quest)
 Before Dungeon 1..............0101
 Deku Tree.....................0102
 Before Dungeon 2..............0103
 Dodongo's Cavern..............0104
 Before Dungeon 3..............0105
 Inside Jabu Jabu's Belly......0106
 End of Young Link Quest.......0107
Walkthrough (Adult Link Quest)
 Before Dungeon 1..............0201
 Forest Temple.................0202
 Before Dungeon 2..............0203
 Fire Temple...................0204
 Before Dungeon 3..............0205
 Water Temple..................0206
 Before Dungeon 4..............0207
 Shadow Temple.................0208
 Before Dungeon 5..............0209
 Spirit Temple.................0210
 Before Final Dungeon..........0211
 Ganon's Temple................0212
Closing........................0005


Intro [0001]
This is a condensed walkthrough that allows the reader to see, at a glance, 
all the items he is able to get at any time.  It also shows the general 
locations for each and every item, then specific instructions for exactly how 
to get them.  Also included in this walkthrough are the specific methods for 
getting through the dungeons as fast as possible.  If you're starting to read
this in the middle of your game, be sure to skim the parts of the guide that 
follow the earlier parts of the game to make sure you didn't miss any items 
so far.  The walkthrough follows this general outline:  

a. (Items available before first dungeon)
- Get <first item> <location>
Instructions of exactly how to get the item
- Get <next item> <location>
...
1. (first dungeon)
Dungeon notes: (General things to know about the dungeon)
Step-by-step dungeon walkthrough: 
To the compass
To the map
To the secret item
To the boss
b. (Items available after the first dungeon)
etc. 



TIMELINE [0002]
Early in the timeline, supposedly soon after The Minish Cap.  At 
the end of the game the series is split into two timelines, one following the 
Link sent back in time and the other following the original timeline.  

STORYLINE [0003]
A LONG TIME AGO...

Before life began, before the world had formed, 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 on thee, Link.  
Thou art courageous."

COMMENTS [0004]
Ocarina of Time is the quintessential Zelda game, the one that all 
other Zelda games are compared to.  It took the series to a new dimension of 
3D and pulled it off brilliantly.  It gained a reputation of having an 
unlimited number of secrets and collectable items in a vast world.  It 
introduced the famous Zelda "tri-race" that was to occupy succeeding games: 
The forest Deku, the mountainous Gorons, and the river-dwelling Zora.  It's 
a game divided into two parts: A Young Link and an Adult Link.  But most 
importantly, it contains the classic Zelda story: Link, the child, grows up 
in the process of going through his adventures, collects the Master Sword, 
defeats the evil Ganon, and saves the princess, helping the other various 
races as he goes along.

Again, the items are arranged in the order of the soonest that you can 
get them.  In this game's case, this often means having to trudge long 
distances over the Hyrule terrain from place to place, often revisiting areas
a lot.  If you want, you can collect items in chunks by waiting until you've 
advanced further to collect more items at once, thereby saving time.  It's 
usually best to get the items as early as possible, however.

The biggest feature of OoT is the time transfer from Young Link to 
Adult Link.   After you beat the Forest Temple, the first dungeon of the 
Adult Link Quest, you have free access to switch between Young and Adult Link 
as much as you like.  There are many environmental changes between the Young 
and Adult Hyrules; in the Young Link time frame, the Market is open and 
active, and there are generally fewer problems with the environment because 
Ganondorf has not come to power yet.  In the Adult Link time frame, however, 
the Market is destroyed, Zora's Domain is frozen over, and a sense of doom 
ravages the land.  Sometimes you may have to travel between times to 
accomplish certain puzzles, like in laying Magic Beans as Young Link that 
don't form into plants until Adult Link's time.

The most difficult and time-consuming part of doing a 100% run is 
collecting the 100 Skulltula Tokens.  Skulltulas are found virtually 
everywhere, and besides the occasional secret rooms in the dungeons, aren't 
very well hidden.  Nevertheless, the last 20-25 Skulltula Tokens are really 
tough to hunt down without some help.  Skulltulas are usually only found 
crawling around at night, although you can get the ones in the soil, in 
dungeons and in buildings, at any time.  To find the Skulltulas in the 
patches of soil, catch some bugs from under the rocks and plop them on the 
soil.  You'll hear the sound of their rattling skin as you get close to them, 
tipping you off to their location.  Most of the tokens require the use of the 
Boomerang or Hookshot to snag; you get the Boomerang after the third dungeon 
of the Young Link Quest.  Once you gain the Stone of Agony, it gives you 
clues as to when you've come across a secret; open up the secrets to find 
Skulltulas, Heart Pieces, and more.  Fortunately, there is no point at which 
certain items become unavailable; you can wait until right before you beat 
Ganon to collect all the items if you wish!  

In OoT and every Zelda game after it, Nintendo has included lots of 
minigames that must be done in order to have 100% completion.  These 
minigames are mostly just tests of your skills with the Bow in OoT, so you'll 
have to work on your reflexes and aiming more than in any previous Zelda 
game.  Often you get free retries if you get close to perfect scores, so 
that's a bonus.  The easiest way to get rupees to play the minigames and 
purchase items is to break all the pots in the room at the entrance to the 
Market as Young Link; you can rack up 100 rupees pretty easily that way.

The dungeons are an interesting mix; the first two dungeons aren't too 
difficult, but in Jabu Jabu's Belly you have to escort a Zora Princess 
through the dungeon to help you.  Some dungeons, especially the Water Temple, 
are very confusing.  Make notes on which door leads where if you need to.  
Fortunately, you can never get stuck by opening the wrong door with a key, 
so don't worry about that.  

In the Master Quest version of Ocarina of Time for the NGC, everything 
is the same except for the dungeons.  The only difference between it and the 
normal OoT is that the dungeons are more difficult; there are no extra items 
or upgrades to get.





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================================Young Link Quest===============================
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~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Before Dungeon 1[0101]~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
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New Items:
Kokiri Sword
Deku Shield

- Get Kokiri Sword (Kokiri Forest)
Exit Link's house, and hop down.  Go up the ledge to the left, to the 
southwest corner of the Kokiri Forest.  Enter the tiny hole here and crawl
through it.  Go left, and follow the path to the treasure chest while avoiding
the boulders.  It contains the Kokiri Sword.

- Purchase Deku Shield (40 rupees) (Kokiri Shop)
Collect rupees in the grass, in the house of Mido, and under rocks and bushes
until you have 40.  Then, enter the item shop in the northeast corner of this
section of the forest and purchase the Deku Shield.



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~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Deku Tree [0102]~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~




Get Deku Sticks
Get Deku Nuts
Get Deku Seeds
Get Fairy Slingshot
Get 3 Skulltula Tokens (#1-#3)
Defeat Gohma
Get Kokiri Emerald and Heart

To the dungeon: On the east side of the area of the forest, you can 
get past the Kokiri blocking your path if you equip your sword and shield.  
Go past him to the east, talk to the Deku Tree, and enter the first dungeon.

Dungeon notes: The first dungeon of the game is straightforward enough.  
The main trunk takes up the top three floors, and single rooms branch off
of them.  Eventually you'll get to the bottom floors past the web, where 
it's a simple way through to the boss.  Nevertheless, this dungeon 
introduces standard puzzles that will become commonplace later on.  Link gets
the Fairy Slingshot in this dungeon, which is the most basic projectile 
weapon in the game.  To defeat the Gohma boss, first locate it on the 
ceiling.  Shoot at its eye with the Slingshot to stun it, then slice it up
with your sword.  Repeat until it dies.

To the map:
- Go forward and climb up the ladder to the left to the 2nd floor.
- Go around the perimeter of the ledge and get the map from the chest.

To the secret item:
- Continue around the ledges and go to the next room.
- Jump across the platform and get the Fairy Slingshot from the chest.

To the compass: 
- Shoot the ladder overhanging from the ceiling with the slingshot, then
  go back to the previous room.
- Shoot down the Skulltulas, then climb up the vines to the 3rd floor.
- Go around the ledge and through the door.
- Step on the switch, jump to the first platform, then jump left to the 
  opening in the wall, kill the Gold Skulltula (#1) and get the token.
- Step on the switch and jump to the ledge on the opposite side, then get
  the compass from the chest.

To the boss:
- Light the torch with a deku stick to go back to the previous room.
- Jump off one of the ledges on the 3rd floor and break through the web on
  the bottom to land in the B1 floor.
- Use the Slingshot to kill the Gold Skulltula (#2) on the vines, then 
  climb up to get the token.
- Find the Gold Skulltula (#3) on the metal grating, kill it, then jump 
  from the nearby ledge to get the token.
- Light the torch with a Deku Stick, jump into the shallow water, then go
  south and burn up the web with the flame, and go to the next room.
- Defeat the Deku Scrub, shoot the eye with the Slingshot and go through.
- Get in the water and dive down to press the switch, get onto the platform 
  and ride it to the other side, push the block, climb up on it and go to
  the next room.
- Light the torches and continue on, then burn up the eastern web and crawl
  through it to a previous room.
- Push the block into the water, light a deku stick from the opposite 
  platform, jump back across the block and roll on the web to burn it up, 
  then drop down it to the B2 floor.
- Hit the middle Deku, then the right-hand one, then the left-hand one, and
  go to the next room to get to the boss.




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~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Before Dungeon 2 [0103]~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~




New Items:
Fairy's Ocarina
Hylia Shield
Weird Egg
Zelda's Letter
"Zelda's Lullaby"
"Epona's Song" 
"Saria's Song" 
"Sun's Song"
20 Capacity Deku Stick Holder
30 Capacity Deku Stick Holder
40 Capacity Deku Seed Holder
50 Capacity Deku Seed Holder
Adult Wallet
Keaton Mask
Skull Mask
Spooky Mask
Bunny Hood
Stone of Agony
Power Bracelet
2 Bottles (#1-#2)
22 Skulltula Tokens (#4-#22)
9 Heart Pieces (#1-#9)

- Get Fairy's Ocarina (Kokiri Forest)
When you leave Kokiri Forest to the west, Saria will give this to you.

- Get Skulltula Token #4 (Market)
When you reach Hyrule Field, go all the way to the north end of it and go
across the drawbridge to the town area.  Enter the first door to your left
to reach a pot storehouse.  There are many rupees in the pots here.  Roll
into the box at the far end to find a Gold Skulltula.

- Purchase Hylian Shield (80 rupees) (Market)
Enter the Bazaar at the southeast corner of the market, and pay the money
to get this upgraded shield.

- Get Weird Egg (Hyrule Castle)
Exit the market to the north to reach the Hyrule Castle area.  Talk to the
girl called Malon next to the vines, and she will give you the egg.  This
will hatch into a chicken soon.

- Get Skulltula Token #5 (Hyrule Castle)
There is a lone tree right nearby Malon; roll into it and a Skulltula will
pop out for you to kill.

- Get Zelda's Letter (Hyrule Castle)
Climb the vines nearby Malon, go forward and jump down past the large gates.
Go up the slope to your left, being careful to avoid all the guards.  When you
get to the northwest corner of the field, climb the ladder, and hop down 
north into the castle moat.  Swim along it a little bit and get out at the 
shallow part, and you will find Malon's father at the end of the path.  Wake
him up with the chicken, and he will run off.  Push the two large crates into
place, on top of each other, to make the little crawlspace on the castle
wall accessible.  Jump to it and crawl through to enter the castle area 
itself.  Make your way west, past all the patrolling guards, until you get to
Zelda in the courtyard.  Talk to her and she'll give you this letter.

- Learn "Zelda's Lullaby" (Hyrule Castle)
When you talk to Impa as you leave, she will teach you this song.

- Learn "Epona's Song" (Lon Lon Ranch)
Enter Lon Lon Ranch, which is near the center of Hyrule Field.  Go to the 
central ringed area, where you will find Malon singing with her horses.  Talk
to her, then pull out your Fairy Ocarina and she will teach you this song.

- Get Heart Piece #1 (Lon Lon Ranch) 
In the southwest corner of the ranch, there is a small building you can 
enter.  Pull the crates aside to reveal a crawlspace in the northwest corner.  
Go through it to get the Heart Piece on the other side.

- Get Bottle #1 (Lon Lon Ranch)
Enter the house to the left of the entrance to find Talon again.  Talk to him
to play a Super Cucco hunting game for 10 rupees.  Locate the three Super 
Cuccos in the room within the time limit to get your first Bottle.

- Get Skulltula Token #6 (Lon Lon Ranch)
There is a lone tree in-between the house and the corral area.  Roll into it
to make a Skulltula pop out.

- Get Skulltula Token #7 (Lon Lon Ranch) 
On the far south side of the corral, this Skulltula comes out at night on the
wooded post.  Kill it and get the token.

- Get Skulltula Token #8 (Kokiri Forest)
Go back to Kokiri Forest.  On the back of the Know-it-all Brother's house, 
which is next to the Kokiri Sword maze entrance, is a Skulltula that appears
at night.  

- Learn "Saria's Song" (Lost Woods)
Enter the Lost Woods, which is up the ledges on the north side of Kokiri 
Forest.  From the entrance, go east, then west, then east, then west, then 
forward, then west, then east to get to the Sacred Forest Meadow.  Kill the
wolf to unblock the rest of the meadow.  Make your way through the linear 
maze, avoiding the Deku Scrubs, and up through the narrow path until you 
reach a clearing.  Saria is waiting here, and she teaches you her song.

- Get Heart Piece #2 (Lost Woods)
From the entrance to the Lost Woods, go west.  Step on the stump and play 
Saria's Song, and the Skull Kid gives you a Heart Piece.

- Get 20 Capacity Deku Stick Holder (40 rupees) (Lost Woods)
From the last Heart Piece, go south.  Drop down and go past the bridge, then
defeat the Deku Scrub.  He sells you the Deku Stick upgrade for 40 rupees.

- Get 40 Capacity Deku Seed Holder (Lost Woods)
From the Lost Woods entrance, go east.  Shoot the bulls-eye plate three times
with the Slingshot to get this Deku Seed upgrade.

- Get Heart Piece #3 (Lost Woods)
Drop down the ledge here, then go south.  Stand on the stump, and play the 
Ocarina for the Skull Kids.  Follow the tunes they play, and do it three 
times correctly to get a Heart Piece.

- Get Bottle #2 (Kakariko Village)
To reach Kakariko Village from Hyrule Field, it's in the northeast corner.  
Go across the bridge east from the market, and up the long stairway to enter 
the village.  Talk to the Cucco Lady in the south portion of the village- you 
need to find all seven of her chickens and dump them into her fenced area.  
The first chicken is right nearby, near the Graveyard entrance.  The second
chicken is next to the exit back to Hyrule Field.  The third chicken is 
hiding in a box next to one of the stairways- roll into it to get it out.  The
fourth chicken is up the stairs, near the exit to Death Moutain.  Grab that
chicken and jump off the red roof nearby, to float down to the fifth chicken,
on a ledge next to the Skulltula House.  To get the sixth chicken, grab one 
and go east up the stairs on the east side of the village, throw the chicken 
on the box, climb up and grab it, then jump to the fence.  Carefully jump off 
the end of the fence with the chicken so you can float over the huge brown 
gate.  Throw both chickens back over the gate.  Now in this gated-off area, 
climb up the ladder to find the final chicken.  When all the chickens are 
returned, the lady will give you a Bottle as a reward.

- Get Heart Piece #4 (Graveyard)
At night, go to the Graveyard, southeast from Kakariko Village.  Talk to Dampe
and play his digging game.  Pay him 10 rupees at any spot and he will dig a 
hole.  There is a Heart Piece in one of the spots he can dig.

- Learn "Sun's Song" (Graveyard)
Go to the far east, top-most ledge of the Graveyard, and play Zelda's Lullaby
next to the huge gravestone.  It will disappear and you can jump in the hole.
Kill the bats and go to the next room, then carefully go to the next room,
avoiding the zombies.  Examine the plaque at the end of the path to learn this
song; you can now switch between day and night at any time.

- Get Heart Piece #5 (Graveyard)
On the ledge just south of where the huge gravestone was, pull aside the small
gravestones on the left-hand side.  One of them hides a secret hole; jump 
inside it.  Kill the mummy inside, then play the Song of Soul and get the 
Heart Piece from the chest that appears.

- Get Skulltula Token #9 (Graveyard)
Catch a bug from under a rock with a Bottle, and go up on the ledge to the 
northwest corner of the Graveyard.  Lay a bug on the soft soil, and a Gold 
Skulltula pops out.

- Get Skulltula Token #10 (Kakariko Village)
Roll into the tree just past the entrance from Hyrule Field to make this Gold
Skulltula fall out.

- Get Adult Wallet (House of Skulltula)
Once you have 10 Skulltula Tokens, enter the House of Skulltula just right of
the entrance from Hyrule Field.  The man inside will give you the Adult 
Wallet, which lets you hold up to 200 rupees.

- Get Skulltula Token #11 (Kakariko Village)
At night, go up to the tall watchtower in the village.  Look up and shoot the
Gold Skulltula, then climb up to get the token.

- Get Skulltula Token #12 (Kakariko Village)
This Skulltula is on the back of the house just to the left of the exit that
leads to Death Mountain.

- Get Skulltula Token #13 (Kakariko Village)
Examine the building under construction in the center of the village.  A 
Skulltula is behind one of the brick walls.

- Get Skulltula Token #14 (Kakariko Village) 
Look at the back of the House of Skulltula to find this one.

- Get 50 Capacity Deku Seed Holder (Market)	
Leave Kakariko Village and go to the Market area.  In the northwest corner of
the market, enter the Archery Game building.  Win the game to get this 
upgrade for the Slingshot.

- Get Heart Piece #6 (Market)		
Inside the market, play the Sun Song to make it nighttime.  In the main area,
there are a lot of dogs hopping around; approach the white-colored dog so
that it starts to follow you.  Now enter the back alley of the market to the
southwest, and enter the second door.  The woman inside will give you the 
Heart Piece for finding her dog.    			  
  
- Get Keaton Mask (Market)
The Happy Mask Shop in the market opens up after you have spoken to the man
guarding the gate to Death Mountain and given him Zelda's letter.  Inside, 
talk to the store owner to get the Keaton Mask, the first mask.  To sell the
mask, give it to the man guarding the gate in Kakariko Village. 

- Get Skull Mask (Market)
After selling the Keaton Mask, the Skull Mask is available in the Happy Mask
Shop.  To sell it, enter the Lost Woods from Kokiri Forest.  Go west from the
entrance and talk to the Skull Kid with the mask on.  The Spooky Mask is now
available from the Happy Mask Shop.

- Get 30 Capacity Deku Stick Holder (Lost Woods)
From the Lost Woods entrance, go east, west, east, west, then west again.  
Drop into the hole in the tall grass near the butterflies.  Wear the Skull 
Mask, then step forward in this secret forest stage.  The Deku Scrubs will 
sprout out of the ground and give you this Deku Stick upgrade.

- Get Skulltula Token #15 (Kokiri Forest)
Get a bug from under a rock and catch it with your bottle, then go over behind
the item shop in the Kokiri Forest.  Lay the bug onto the soft soil here to
make a Skulltula pop out.

- Get Skulltula Token #16 (Lost Woods)
From the Lost Woods entrance, go west, and west again to the bridge area.  Lay
a bug at the soft soil at the ledge to reveal a Skulltula.

- Get Skulltula Token #17 (Lost Woods)
At the Lost Woods screen with the two Deku Scrubs shooting at you, there is a
soft soil spot.  Use another bug here to fetch out a Skulltula.

- Get Spooky Mask (Market)
Get the Spooky Mask from the Happy Mask Shop.  To sell it, go to the Graveyard
from Kakariko Village during the day, and give this to the boy there.

- Get Bunny Hood (Market)
You can get the Bunny Hood from the Happy Mask Shop now, but you can't sell it
until later on.

- Get Heart Piece #7 (Fishing Pond)
In Hyrule Field, go all the way to the southwest corner.  Climb the ladder on
the stone wall and go past the fence to get to Lake Hylia.  Go left from the 
entrance and across the water, then enter the house to get to the Fishing Pond
area.  If you can catch a big fish (about 10 pounds), the owner will give you
a Heart Piece.  The big fish usually lurks between the log poking out in the
middle of the pond and the three sticks nearby.  Stand on that log to have the
best spot to cast and reel in the fishes.

- Get Skulltula Token #18 (Lake Hylia)
The Scientist's Lab is to the right of the entrance from Hyrule Field.  Use a
bug on the soft soil next to the lab.  While you are in this area, there is a
scarecrow patch in between the lab and the fishing pond.  Play a song with 
your Ocarina in front of the dancing scarecrow named Banooru, and remember 
the notes you used; it will become important later.

- Get Skulltula Token #19 (Lake Hylia)
Go all the way across both bridges, then swim to the small platform out deep
in the lake.  Kill the Gold Skulltula there.

- Get Skulltula Token #20 (Zora's River)
In Hyrule Field, go south from the entrance to Kakariko Village, along the 
river, until you can go east to a new area, which is Zora's River.  Roll into
the tree near the entrance to make a Gold Skulltula fall out.

- Get Stone of Agony (House of Skulltula)
Enter the House of Skulltula in Kakariko Village again once you have 20 
Skulltula Tokens, and the newly uncursed man inside gives you this item, 
which alerts you when a secret is nearby.

- Get Heart Piece #8 (Gerudo Valley)
Enter Gerudo Valley, which is west from Hyrule Field.  Near the impassable
bridge, grab the chicken.  Jump off to the right and float down, through the
giant waterfall, into a tiny nook in the wall.  Get the Heart Piece here.

- Get Skulltula Token #21 (Gerudo Valley)
Jump into the water from the last Heart Piece, then climb up on the bottom
ledge of the valley.  Use a bottled bug on the soft soil spot here to dig up
a Gold Skulltula.

- Get Heart Piece #9 (Gerudo Valley)
Grab the chicken again, and jump off the cliff to the left.  Float to the 
tiny ledge with the crate on the opposite side of the valley.  Roll into the 
crate and get the Heart Piece.

- Get Power Bracelet (Goron City)
Go past the Kakariko gates to enter Death Mountain.  Go all the way up the
ledges, past the big boulder blocking Dodongo's Cavern.  Follow the path to
the right of the area with all the smaller boulders, and go forward until 
you enter Goron City.  Drop down to the bottom level of the city, and play
Zelda's Lullaby in front of the big door slab.  Go inside to find Darunia,
leader of the Gorons.  Play Saria's Song for him, and he will give you the
Power Bracelet.

- Get Skulltula Token #22 (Death Mountain)
Go back outside Goron City from the entrance you came in, and go through the
short tunnel you see to your right.  Pick up the bomb flower and throw it
over the ledge so that it explodes and destroys the boulder blocking the 
entrance to Dodongo's Cavern.  Go back down there, and you will see a soft
soil spot.  Use a bug here to release a Skulltula, and then go forward to
enter the second dungeon.




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~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Dodongo's Cavern [0104]~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
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Get Bomb Bag
Get 3 Skulltula Tokens (#23-#25)
Defeat King Dodongo 
Get Goron Ruby and Heart

Dungeon notes: This is the first fire-themed dungeon of the game, and it's
still shorter/easier than any dungeon you'll face as Adult Link.  The Beamos
statues are annoying enemies that shoot lazer beams at you incessantly.  
Target them and throw a bomb at them to destroy them.  Before you get the 
regular bombs in the dungeon, you'll have to use the bomb flowers to get by.
There are plenty of fake walls; just look for the portions of the walls that
are differently-colored than the rest of the wall.  There are a couple tough
Lizalfo fights here, so practice your evading and jump attack skills.  The
boss of the dungeon is the giant King Dodongo.  When it starts to breath in
and open its mouth, quickly throw a bomb into its throat.  Then, while it's
stunned, slice it with your sword.  Afterwards, sidestep or hide in a corner
while it rolls around the room.  Repeat the above process until it dies.

To the map:
- Bomb the wall with a bomb flower and go forward.
- Jump across to the central platform, then jump to the east ledge; use a 
  bomb flower to blow up the southeast fake wall and go to the next room.
- Locate the fake wall on the east side, then destroy a Dodongo Larva near
  the fake wall so it explodes, then go through that tunnel.
- Kill the Gold Skulltula (#1) behind the Armos Statue.
- Go back to the previous room and go north, push the statue onto the switch,
  then go to the next room.
- Go to the next room and kill the Lizalfos, then continue through the door.
- Light a Deku Stick with the flaming torch and use it to light all the other
  torches, and go west back to the big room.
- Step on the switch, then jump across to the west ledge.
- Bomb the fake wall on this side and get the map from the chest.

To the compass:
- Go through the west unlocked door, then south after that.
- Kill the Armos Statue and get the compass, then go back north.

To the secret item:
- Pick up the lone bomb flower and place it in-between the other rows to blast
  all of them and lower the stairs.
- Climb the stairs and go around, shoot the Gold Skulltula (#2) on the vines 
  near the top door, and climb up to get the token.
- Go through to the next room, push aside the Armos Statue in front of the 
  ladder, step on the switch and go through the unlocked door.
- Go across the bridge to the next room.
- Go through the spike trap room, pull the block at the end out of the wall, 
  and climb up on to the platform; throw a bomb at the nearby fake wall to
  blow it up, and go through it to the next room.
- Shoot the eye with your Slingshot to get to the next room.
- Kill the Lizalfos, and continue through the unlocked door.
- Shoot the first eye and jump to the platform, then shoot the second eye in
  the nitch to the left to get across the other platform; get the Bombs from
  the chest at the end of the room.

To the boss:
- Go to the next room and hit the switch, then step onto the bridge and drop
  down bombs through both gaps, into the eyes of the statue below.
- Drop down and enter the statue head's mouth to the next room.
- Go through the path to the right, down the hallway, to the next room.
- Go across this room, then bomb the fake wall on the opposite side, and get  
  the Gold Skulltula (#3) in the room past that wall.
- Go back and hop up onto the nearby ledge, then go across and hop down, then
  go through the next door.
- Push the block onto the switch in the middle, then go through the unlocked
  door.
- Bomb the center of the floor and drop down to get to the boss.




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~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Before Dungeon 3 [0105]~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
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New Items:
Din's Fire
Farore's Wind
Magic Meter
Magic Beans
Silver Scale
30 Capacity Deku Nut Holder
30 Capacity Bomb Bag 
40 Capacity Bomb Bag
Bombchus
1 Bottle (#3)
4 Skulltula Tokens (#26-#29)
7 Heart Pieces (#10-#16)

- Get Magic Meter (Death Mountain)
Go further up Death Mountain, past the path that leads to Goron City.  Use 
the bombs to blow up the boulders as you continue north.  Use your shield to 
protect yourself from the falling rocks as you go through the valley.  Climb
up the rock face at the end, and blow up the boulder in the rock wall at the 
top.  Enter at that spot to reach a fairy fountain.  Play Zelda's Lullaby in
front of the fountain to make the Great Fairy appear.

- Get Skulltula Token #26 (Death Mountain Crater)
Enter the path to the right of the fairy fountain to enter Death Mountain 
Crater.  Quickly roll into the first crate you see to make a Gold Skulltula 
pop out, kill it and then get back out.

- Get Heart Piece #10 (Kakariko Village)
Talk to the owl at the top of Death Mountain, and he'll give you a ride down
the mountain.  From where you land, drop down onto the upper deck of this 
house and enter through the cracked wall.  Get the Heart Piece from inside.

- Get Din's Fire (Hyrule Castle)
Enter the Hyrule Castle area from the Market.  Climb up the vines and drop 
down past the gates, then go all the way east to the 'dead end'.  Bomb the 
boulder here and go through the crawlspace to get to another Great Fairy's
fountain.  This fairy teaches you this fire-producing spell.

- Get 30 Capacity Bomb Bag (Market)
- Get Heart Piece #11 (Market)
- Get Bombchus (Market)
These three items are all prizes from the Bombchu Game at the Market, which
is now open.  You can also get Bombchus as a prize from the House of Skulltula
later on.

- Get Heart Piece #12 (Goron City)
Go back to Goron City, and jump down to the bottom floor.  Light the torches
with Din's Fire and a Deku Stick to activate a giant spinning pot.  Go up to
the next floor and throw a bomb in the pot, and it will spit out a Heart 
Piece.

- Get Skulltula Token #27 (Goron City)
On the top floor, bomb the boulders blocking your way, then go past them and
through the path there.  Make your way through this room, bombing the boulders
until you reach the end.  Roll into the crate here to find a Gold Skulltula.

- Get 40 Capacity Bomb Bag (Goron City) 
Bomb the giant Goron rolling around one of the floors in the city twice, and
he will give you another bomb capacity upgrade.

- Get 30 Capacity Deku Nut Holder (Lost Woods)
Find a shortcut to the Lost Woods by leaving Goron City by the path in the 
second floor blocked by boulders.  Now in the woods, go west, west, forward,
then west to reach the screen below the Sacred Forest Meadow.  Bomb the boulder 
here and fall through the hole.  The Deku Scrub inside sells this upgrade.

- Get Heart Piece #13 (Hyrule Field)
In Hyrule Field, go all the way to the south where the entrance to Lake Hylia
is.  In the middle of the fenced-in area, bomb the ground.  Drop in the hole,
and the Deku Scrub will sell you this Heart Piece for 10 rupees.

- Purchase Magic Beans (Zora's River)
Enter Zora's River again from Hyrule Field.  Go forward and bomb the boulders
to continue, then talk to the man farther down.  He sells Magic Beans at
progressively higher prices.  There are three soft soil spots you can plant 
Magic Beans in now to get Heart Pieces later: next to the scientist's lab in
Lake Hylia, in front of the Dodongo's Cavern entrance, and in the northwest
corner of the Graveyard.  Also, plant a Magic Bean in the Lost Woods screen
where the Forest Stage is located to get a Gold Skulltula later.

- Get Heart Piece #14 (Zora's River)
Grab the chicken near the circle of stones, hop across to the ledge on the 
right, go forward and to the left.  Jump up around the ledges and use the 
chicken to float to the ledge just before the Heart Piece.  Drop the chicken,
then jump to the platform with the Heart Piece.

- Get Heart Piece #15 (Zora's River)
Drop down to the platform below and grab the chicken, then make your way to 
the end of the river.  Use the chicken to float down to the ledge below with
the Heart Piece.

- Get Skulltula Token #28 (Zora's River)
At the end of the river, drop down near the waterfall.  There is a Gold
Skulltula on a nearby ladder.

- Get Heart Piece #16 (Zora's Domain)
Stand in front of the waterfall at the end of the river and play Zelda's
Lullaby on the Triforce symbol.  Enter Zora's Domain and go forward.  On the
spiraling path that leads to King Zora are many torches, including two behind
the waterfall on the bottom floor.  Light all of them to make a chest appear
with the Heart Piece.

- Get Silver Scale (Zora's Domain)
Go up the spiraling path to King Zora and talk to him, then take a left and 
go down this hall.  Talk to the Zora there to play a diving game.  Dive and
get the five blue rupees in the time limit to get the Silver Scales, which 
enable Link to dive longer.

- Get Bottle #3 (Lake Hylia)
From the diving game Zora, jump off the cliff again into the water, then swim
forward, through an underwater passage, to get to Lake Hylia.  Dive to get 
thebottle sitting nearby below the water.

- Get Skulltula Token #29 (Zora's Fountain)
After you give King Zora the message in a bottle, he moves aside and you can 
go past him to Zora's Fountain.  Go past Jabu Jabu to the right, and swim to
the southeast corner of the lake, onto a platform.  Roll into the tree here to
make a Gold Skulltula fall out.

- Get Farore's Wind (Zora's Fountain)
Bomb the nearby boulder on this platform to open up a huge cave.  Go inside 
to find another fairy fountain; this one teaches you Farore's Wind.




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~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Inside Jabu Jabu's Belly [0106]~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
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Get Boomerang
Get 4 Skulltula Tokens (#30-#33)
Defeat Barinade
Get Zora Sapphire and Heart

To the dungeon: Catch a fish in one of your bottles from Zora's Domain, then
drop the fish in front of Jabu Jabu in Zora's Fountain.  The great fish will
suck Link into his mouth.

Dungeon notes: The final dungeon from the Young Link Quest is filled with 
stingrays, squids, and tentacle monsters.  All these enemies are easily 
defeated with the dungeon item, the Boomerang!  The Boomerang is not only
great at killing off these enemies, it also grants access to many Skulltula
tokens that were previously unreachable.  Inside the dungeon you'll meet 
Princess Ruto- she is necessary to reach several rooms.  If you lose track of
her, she should reappear in the room you first found her, or the one below.  
This is a fairly short, straightforward dungeon, and the boss, Barinade is
not too difficult.  First, detach it from the wall with your Boomerang and
slash it with your sword.  In the next phase, hit the main body with the 
Boomerang, then kill all the squids around it.  Afterwards it will be
undefended, and you can finish it off with the Boomerang and sword.

To the secret item:
- Go forward and shoot the appendage on the ceiling, then go through the door.
- Go past the elevator to the next room and meet Ruto.
- Fall down the hole she falls down, pick her up and go through the nearby
  door.
- In the next room, shoot the Gold Skulltula (#1) and climb up to the token.
- Throw Ruto to the opposite platform, hit the switch and swim to the other
  side, then shoot the appendage to unlock the door and go through with Ruto.
- Ride up the platform, then go north to a previous room.
- Go past all the pits, through the door to the north.
- Go through the door on the far east here- step on the switch while carrying
  Ruto to open it- and kill the enemies to get the Boomerang from the chest.

To the map:
- Now go back to the west side of the room and place Ruto on the switch, then
  go through the unlocked door.
- Kill the tentacle with the Boomerang and get the map from the chest.

To the compass:
- Go back to the previous room and go through the first door on the left.
- Kill the enemies in the time limit and get the compass from the chest.

To the boss: 
- Go back to the previous room and go through the second door on the left.
- Kill the tentacle, then go back to the previous room.
- Go through the center door to the north and kill the tentacle.
- Go south two rooms, then jump into the pit that was previously blocked by a
  green tentacle, with Ruto.
- Shoot the nearby Gold Skulltula here (#2) and collect the token.
- There is another Gold Skulltula to the right of this one (#3); collect the
  token with the Boomerang.
- Go through the nearby door, carrying Ruto.
- Throw Ruto to the sapphire, then you will fight a Big Octo.  Destroy it, 
  then ride the platform up to the top.
- Jump to the nearby ledge and ride it down, then place one of the nearby 
  crates on the switch in front of the east door, and go through it.
- Stun the platforms with the Boomerang and jump across to the next room.
- Shoot the Gold Skulltula (#4) on one of the vines here and climb up to the
  token.
- At the top of the platform, hit the crystal with the Boomerang and go 
  through the unlocked door to get to the boss.




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~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~End of Young Link Quest [0107]~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
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New Items:
Giant Wallet
Ocarina of Time
"Song of Time" 
Mask of Truth
40 Capacity Deku Nut Holder
10 Skulltula Tokens (#34-#43)
Master Sword

- Get Skulltula Token #34 (Zora's Fountain)
When you get out of the dungeon, get onto the nearby log near Jabu Jabu.  
There is a Gold Skulltula on the wall opposite the log; kill it and collect 
its token with the Boomerang.  Remember that it has to be at night.

- Get Giant Wallet (House of Skulltula)
When you have 30 or more Skulltula tokens, this upgrade is available from the 
House of Skulltula.

- Get Skulltula Token #35 (Deku Tree)
Re-enter the Deku Tree, the first dungeon.  Fall through the center hole, 
jump onto the block and go through the crawlspace.  Light the other web on
fire with a Deku Stick, and bomb the fake wall past it.  Inside, there is a
Gold Skulltula on the ceiling.  Get the token with the Boomerang.

- Get Skulltula Token #36 (Lon Lon Ranch)
Look up on Talon's house left of the entrance, and there is a Gold Skulltula
on the window.  Get the token with the Boomerang.

- Get Skulltula Token #37 (Lon Lon Ranch)
Go to the southwest corner of the ranch.  East of the door to the cow house, 
look on the wall.  Shoot the Gold Skulltula and grab the token with 
the Boomerang.

- Get Skulltula Token #38 (Graveyard)
On the south wall of the graveyard, this Gold Skulltula appears.  

- Get Skulltula Token #39 (Death Mountain)
Go back to Death Mountain from Kakariko Village.  On the east wall as you go
north, there is a bombable wall.  Get the skulltula token inside the joint.

- Get Skulltula Token #40 (Dodongo's Cavern)
Enter the second dungeon again, to the big room.  Ride the platform up all 
the way to the next floor, and go through the nearby door.  Go past the spike
traps and up the ladder through the southwest doorway.  Cross the bridge to 
get to the huge staircase room from the top door.  Climb up the side of the 
staircase, and you can reach the Gold Skulltula in the hole in the wall.

- Get Skulltula Token #41 (Lake Hylia)
On the backside of the scientist's lab, there is a Gold Skulltula.  The 
Boomerang is required to get the token.

- Get Skulltula Token #42 (Gerudo Valley)
From Hyrule Field, go all the way to the very west side and enter Gerudo 
Valley.  Soon after you enter, examine the mini-waterfall to the right of the
tiny bridge.  Get the token from the Gold Skulltula there.

- Get Skulltula Token #43 (Hyrule Field)
In the very northeast corner of Hyrule Field, there is a lone tree on the 
right side of the river.  Bomb the ground near it and fall in the hole, then
kill the Gold Skulltula inside.

- Get Ocarina of Time (Hyrule Field)
When you approach the Market after beating the third dungeon, a cutscene
occurs in which Zelda tosses the Ocarina into the moat.

- Learn "Song of Time" (Hyrule Field)
When you pick up the Ocarina, Zelda teaches you this song.

- Get Mask of Truth (Market)
You can now sell the Bunny Hood from the Happy Mask Shop.  Head towards Lon
Lon Ranch in Hyrule Field and follow the running man until night.  When he
sits down to rest, sell him the Bunny Hood and he will fill your entire
wallet with rupees.  Talk to the Happy Mask Shop manager and he will give 
you the Mask of Truth.

- Get 40 Capacity Deku Nut Holder (Lost Woods)
From the Lost Woods entrance, go east, west, east, west, and west (or west 
three times, entering from Goron City) then fall into the hole in the tall 
grass near the butterflies.  Wear the Mask of Truth and walk forward, and 
the Deku Scrubs will give you this Deku Nut upgrade.

- Get Master Sword (Temple of Time)
Enter the Temple of Time, from the Market.  Play the Song of Time in front
of the Altar to begin the second phase of Link's quest.





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================================Adult Link Quest===============================
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~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Before Dungeon 1 [0201]~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
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New Items:
Light Medallion
Epona
Hookshot
Giant's Knife
Golden Scale
Iron Boots
Zora Tunic
Goron Tunic
Cucoo
Cojiro 
Odd Mushroom
Potion
Poacher's Saw
Broken Goron Sword
Prescription Card
Eyeball Frog
Eyedrops 
Claim Check
Biggoron's Sword
"Song of Storms"
"Scarecrow's Song" 
"Minuet of the Forest" 
"Serenade of Water" 
"Bolero of Fire" 
14 Skulltula Tokens (#44-#57)
10 Heart Pieces (#17-#26)

- Get Light Medallion (Temple of Time)
The Light Sage, Rauru, gives you this medallion when you awake as Adult Link.

- Get Epona (Lon Lon Ranch)
Go over to Lon Lon Ranch, now as Adult Link.  Go over to the corral and talk
to Ingo, and pay 10 rupees to ride one of his horses.  Play Epona's Song to
get Epona to come over to you, then climb on top of her and talk to Ingo 
again.  He will challenge you to a race- beat him twice on Epona, and he will
let you keep her.  To escape Lon Lon Ranch afterwards, jump over one of the 
side walls.

- Get Heart Piece #17 (Graveyard)
If you planted a Magic Bean earlier here at the soft soil spot, there is now
a bean platform.  Ride the platform up and get the Heart Piece from the 
ledge.  If you didn't plant it, you'll have to wait until after the Forest
Temple dungeon, when you can go back as Young Link.

- Get Hookshot (Graveyard)
In the Graveyard, go to the far northwest gravestone and pull it aside to 
reveal a hole.  Drop into this hole, and you will see Dampe.  He challenges
you to a race- if you can make it through the whole course before the final
door closes, Dampe will give you the Hookshot.

- Get Heart Piece #18 (Kakariko Village)
From the final room of the Dampe race, play the Song of Time to get rid of
the blue block in the next room.  You will emerge into the top floor of a 
windmill in Kakariko Village.  Jump over to the Heart Piece here.

- Learn "Song of Storms" (Kakariko Village)
Pull out your Ocarina in front of the man in the windmill, and he will teach
you this song.

- Get Skulltula Token #44 (Ganon's Castle)
From the now-wasteland Market area, go north to get to Ganon's Castle.  On the
other side of the big white arch, there's a Gold Skulltula.  Use the Hookshot
to kill it and get the token.

- Get Skulltula Token #45 (Zora's River)
Enter Zora's River again, and go to the area where the first Heart Piece was.
Climb up the ladder on the right side near the gate up to the ledge, and the
Gold Skulltula is on the wall nearby.

- Get Skulltula Token #46 (Zora's Domain)
Enter Zora's Domain past the waterfall entrance.  Go all the way up to the
top of the frozen waterfall here.  Kill the Gold Skulltula on the high wall
and get the token with the Hookshot.

- Get Heart Piece #19 (Zora's Fountain) 
Go up to the frozen King Zora and past him to enter Zora's Fountain.  Go past
where Jabu Jabu used to be, and hop across the frozen platforms to get this
Heart Piece.

- Get Skulltula Token #47 (Ice Cavern)
Jump across the frozen platforms and enter the cave to the north, which is the
Ice Cavern.  Go forward to a room with a spinning spike trap.  Kill all the
enemies, then go through the passage.  In the spinning fan room, there is a
Gold Skulltula on the wall behind some icycles.

- Get Heart Piece #20 (Ice Cavern) 
Collect all the silver rupees in this room and go through the new passage.  
Jump up to the platform and collect the blue fire in as many bottles as 
possible.  Jump over to the red ice covering the big chest, and pour the blue
fire on it to melt the ice.  Get the map from the chest.  Now go back to the
previous room, and burn the red ice blocking the passage to the left.  Go 
through it.  In this room, you can collect more blue fire in bottles.  You
can also burn two patches of red ice, one guarding a chest with the compass
and the other guarding a Heart Piece.

- Get Skulltula Token #48 (Ice Cavern)
Look on the wall behind the Heart Piece, and kill the Gold Skulltula with the
Hookshot.

- Get Skulltula Token #49 (Ice Cavern)
Go back to the spinning fan room and unblock the other passage with the blue
fire, then go through it.  On one of the walls in this room, across from a 
pit, is a Gold Skulltula.

- Get Iron Boots (Ice Cavern)
Collect all the silver rupees in the block-pushing room- one is on a ledge on
the right-hand side, encased in red ice.  When they are all collected, push
the block in front of the passage that opened up and go through.  Go past the
red ice to the next room, kill the enemy and get the Iron Boots from the 
chest.

- Learn "Serenade of Water" (Ice Cavern)
After that, Sheik appears and teaches you this song, which warps you to Lake
Hylia.

- Get Zora Tunic (Zora's Domain)
Now go back to the frozen King Zora in Zora's Domain.  Unfreeze him with the
blue fire and he will give you the Zora Tunic.

- Get Heart Piece #21 (Zora's Fountain)
Swim to the middle of Zora's Fountain, then sink down with the Iron Boots and
get the Heart Piece on the bottom surface.

- Get Pocket Egg (Kakariko Village)
You can now do the quest for the Biggoron's Sword: To begin, go to Kakariko 
Village and talk to the Cucco Lady.  She will give you the Pocket Egg.

- Get Cojiro (Kakariko Village)Play the Sun's Song twice to pass a day and 
the egg will hatch.  Enter the house in the middle of the village, and use 
the cucco in front of the sleeping  Talon.  After he leaves, talk to the 
Cucco Lady again and she will give you the Cojiro.

- Get Odd Mushroom (Lost Woods)
Go all the way back to the Lost Woods from Kokiri Forest.  From the entrance,
go west once.  Give the Cojiro to the man to get the Odd Mushroom in return.

- Get Potion (Kakariko Village)
Quickly get back to Kakariko Village by riding on Epona through Hyrule Field.
Enter the potion shop to the right of the exit to Death Mountain, and go 
through the back door.  Jump down and enter the witch's shop here.  Give the
Odd Mushroom to her to get the Potion in return.

- Get Poacher's Saw (Lost Woods)
Return to where the man was in the Lost Woods.  Give the Potion to the girl to
get the Poacher's Saw in return.

- Get Broken Goron Sword (Gerudo Valley)
Now head over to Gerudo Valley on Epona.  Use the horse to leap the gap across
the broken bridge, then talk to the man outside the nearby tent.  Give him the
Poacher's Saw to get the Broken Goron Sword in return.

- Get Prescription Card (Death Mountain)
Make your way to the very top of Death Mountain, near where the Fairy's 
Fountain is located that gave you the Magic Meter.  Talk to the huge Goron 
that appears, and give him the Broken Goron Sword to get the Prescription 
Card in return.

- Get Eyeball Frog (Zora's Domain)
Get to Zora's Domain and talk to King Zora.  He will give you the Eyeball Frog
in exchange for the Prescription Card.

- Get Eyedrops (Lakeside Laboratory)
Jump down the frozen waterfall and exit Zora's Domain, then swim down Zora's
River.  Get on Epona and ride down to Lake Hylia, across the two gates.  Stop
at the Lakeside Laboratory in the lake and go inside.  The scientist will give
you the Eyedrops if you make it in time.

- Get Claim Check (Death Mountain)
Quickly get back on Epona and ride all the way back to Kakariko Village.  Go
through it to Death Mountain, then head all the way up to the top back to the
huge Goron, hookshotting the skulltulas as you go.  Give him the Eyedrops to 
get the Claim Check.

- Get Biggoron's Sword (Death Mountain)
Use the Sun's Song until 3 days have passed, then get the Biggoron's Sword 
from the huge Goron.

- Get Heart Piece #22 (Death Mountain)
If you planted a Magic Bean at the entrance to Dodongo's Cavern earlier, you
can ride the bean platform up at that spot to get a Heart Piece.

- Get Skulltula Token #50 (Goron City) 
In Goron City, look for this Gold Skulltula climbing on the giant hanging
central pedestal, and collect the token with the Hookshot.

- Get Giant's Knife (200 rupees) (Goron City) 
To get this optional weapon, go to Goron City as Adult Link.  On one of the
third floor bombable passages, go through it to find a big Goron.  He should
be selling this fragile sword for 200 rupees.

- Get Goron Tunic (Goron City)
Go down a floor from the top to the rolling Goron, bomb him to make him stop, 
and talk to him.  He will give you the Goron Tunic, which protects against 
extreme heat.

- Learn "Bolero of Fire" (Death Mountain Crater)
Go to the bottom of Goron City and move the statue aside in Darunia's room to
enter the lower part of Death Mountain Crater.  Hookshot across the broken
bridge, and you'll meet Sheik again.  She teaches you this song.

- Get Heart Piece #23 (House of Skulltula)
When you have 50 Skulltula tokens, this Heart Piece becomes available from the
House of Skulltula. 

- Learn "Scarecrow's Song" (Lake Hylia)
If you played a song in front of the dancing scarecrow in Lake Hylia as Young
Link, go back there and play the same song in front of the scarecrow as 
Adult Link to learn this song.

- Get Heart Piece #24 (Lake Hylia)
If you planted a Magic Bean next to the scientist's lab here earlier, you can 
ride the bean platform up and get a Heart Piece.

- Get Golden Scale (Lake Hylia) 
Ride this same bean platform over to the Fishing Pond.  Use the same technique
you used before as Young Link to catch a big fish over 10 pounds, and you will
get the Golden Scale.

- Get Heart Piece #25 (Lakeside Laboratory)
Now enter the Lakeside Laboratory in Lake Hylia.  Dive down to the very 
bottom of the pool with the Golden Scale and the scientist will give you a 
Heart Piece.

- Get Skulltula Token #51 (Lakeside Laboratory)
Sink to the bottom of the pool in the lab with the Iron Boots, then roll into 
the nearby crate to reveal a Gold Skulltula.

- Get Skulltula Token #52 (Dodongo's Cavern)
Go back to Dodongo's Cavern, the second dungeon.  From the big room, go to the
ledge on the right on the bottom floor and through the door to the east.  In 
the room with the Dodongo Larvae, stand beneath the big hole in the wall 
above and play the Scarecrow's Song.  Hookshot to the scarecrow and kill the 
Gold Skulltula.

- Get Heart Piece #26 (Hyrule Field)
Go north of Lon Lon Ranch until you come to a gold-leaved tree.  Bomb
the ground near it and fall in the hole.  Sink down to the bottom to get the
Heart Piece.

- Get Skulltula Token #53 (Gerudo Valley)
Jump across the broken bridge in Gerudo Valley, then look behind the
carpenter's tent to find this Gold Skulltula.

- Get Skulltula Token #54 (Gerudo Valley)
On a stone pillar past the bridge, before the entrance to Gerudo Fortress, 
this Gold Skulltula is reachable with the Hookshot.

- Get Skulltula Token #55 (Kokiri Forest)
Return all the way back to Kokiri Forest now as Adult Link.  Go to the House
of Twins in the southeast corner of the forest and look up in the tree.  Kill
the Gold Skulltula and get the token with the Hookshot.

- Get Skulltula Token #56 (Lost Woods)
If you planted a Magic Bean in the Lost Woods screen where you enter the
Forest Stage, you can ride that platform up here and kill a Gold Skulltula.

- Get Skulltula Token #57 (Lost Woods)
Go back to the Sacred Forest Meadow as Adult Link, from the Lost Woods.  Make
your way through the hedgerows, avoiding the large speared creatures.  At the
end of the hedges, turn around and climb up the ladder.  There is a Gold
Skulltula climbing on the left-side wall here, reachable from the top of the
hedges.  

- Learn "Minuet of the Forest" (Lost Woods)
Go to where you first met Saria as Young Link, and the Sheik will teach you 
this song.  Hookshot up the overhanging branch to enter the Forest Temple.




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~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Forest Temple [0202]~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
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Get Fairy Bow and Arrows
Get 5 Skulltula Tokens (#58-#62)
Defeat Phantom Ganon
Get Forest Medallion and Heart

Dungeon notes: The Forest Temple is a large, tricky dungeon.  It may not have
the toughest enemies, but it still is one of the more difficult ones to 
complete.  In the central room of the dungeon, there are four candles- each
one represents a Poe that needs to be killed.  You can find the first two
right before you get the Fairy Bow, and the second two right before you face
the final boss.  The Fairy Bow is the main projectile weapon for Adult Link,
so it will be very useful in the time to come.  The Poes can be defeated by
waiting for them to fully appear, then slicing them with the sword or 
shooting them with arrows.  The purple Poe makes copies of itself, but the
real Poe is easy to spot, because it adds an extra twirl when it appears.  
Keep an eye and an ear out for those Skulltulas-there are many of them, and 
they're not especially well hidden.  The Stalfos will regenerate themselves 
if you're not quick, so damage all of them before killing one, or they'll 
raise themselves up again.  To defeat the menacing Phantom Ganon: In the 
first phase, two copies of Ganon run at you on his horse from two of the 
paintings.  One of them emerges from the painting in a purple haze; shoot 
that Ganon with an arrow.  When you've done that enough, Ganon will float 
around the room.  Reflect his energy ball back at him until he's hit, then 
pound on him with your sword until he dies.

To the map:
- Go right and climb up the vines, then shoot the Gold Skulltula with your
  Hookshot (#1).
- At the top of the vines, jump over and get the key from the chest.
- Go through the door, and through the hallway after that.
- Kill the Gold Skulltula (#2) near one of the main doors.
- Go through the north door, and through the next hallway.
- Kill the enemies and get the key from the chest.
- Go back south twice, then go northwest, play the Song of Time, and go to
  the next room.
- Go over and climb up the vines, then go through the door.
- Kill the enemy and get the map from the chest, and go to the next room.

To the secret item:
- Hookshot to the target and step on the switch, then drop to the ground.
- Hookshot to the chest on the small island, then shoot the nearby Gold
  Skulltula (#3) on the wall.
- Go down the drained well, and get the key at the end of the path.
- From the main big room, go west through the locked door, and the next door
  after that.
- Go forward and climb up the ladder, follow the arrows to a blue block, then
  pull and push it until it sinks into the ground.  Go through where the block
  was blocking the path and climb up the ladder.  Push the red block until it
  stops, then go back around and climb up the blue block, and push the red
  block until it sinks.  Climb up the red block to the top of the room.
- Go through the door, and through the twisting hallway.
- Jump across and go through the locked door.
- Go down to the next room, kill the enemies and get the Fairy Bow.

To the compass:
- Go back to the previous room, shoot the pictures by standing far away, then
  kill the red Poe and get the key.
- Go back to the Fairy Bow room, and into the next room.
- Shoot the pictures and kill the blue Poe, then get the compass.

To the boss:
- Go back three rooms and through the twisting hallway to the block room.
- Shoot the eye over the door, then go back through the hallway.
- Drop down and get the Boss Key from the chest, then drop down the hole.
- Kill the enemies, then go to the next room.
- Jump across to the white ledge with hearts, and kill the Gold Skulltula (#4)
  on the wall.
- Jump back across, and enter the first room on the right along the wall.
- Kill the enemies and get the key from the chest.
- From the large block room, shoot the eye again to twist the hallway and go
  through it.
- Go forward three rooms to the room where the blue Poe was.
- Go through the locked door to the next room.
- Enter the doorway to the right, go down the hallway and through the locked
  door.
- Shoot the eye with an arrow that passes through the center flames, then go
  back through the newly-twisted hallway.
- Go back through the hallway and jump into the hole.
- Go forward, past the falling wall, to the next room.
- Shoot the picture, put the blocks together in the time limit, then kill 
  the green Poe.
- In the main big room, go to the center and kill the purple Poe, then take
  the elevator down to the bottom floor.
- Push the walls around- one of the holes has a big Skulltula and a Gold 
  Skulltula (#5) behind it.
- In one of the holes, step on the switch that opens the gate to the boss 
  door, then go through it to get to the boss.




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~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Before Dungeon 2 [0203]~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
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New Items:
Lens of Truth
40 Arrow Quiver
50 Arrow Quiver
Gerudo Membership Card
"Prelude of Light" 
1 Bottle (#4)
6 Skulltula Tokens (#63-#68)
6 Heart Pieces (#27-#32)

- Learn "Prelude of Light" (Temple of Time) 
Go back to the Temple of Time after beating the Forest Temple, and Sheik will
teach you this song.  You can now go back and forth between Young and Adult
Link at will.

- Get Lens of Truth (Bottom of the Well)
Go to Kakariko Village as Young Link and enter the windmill.  Play the Song of
Storms in front of the man inside, and the Bottom of the Well area will become
unblocked.  Go back outside and jump into the well, then enter.  Go through
the crawlspace, then forward through the fake wall.  In this big room, go all
the way to the other side, and play the Zelda's Lullaby on the Triforce symbol
to drain the water.  Go back to the other side of the room and jump into the
little pit near the fake wall.  Go through the crawlspace.  Defeat Dead Hand
with your sword to get the Lens of Truth.

- Get Skulltula Token #63 (Bottom of the Well)
Go back through the crawlspace to the big room.  Use the Lens of Truth to find
a tiny hidden room in the wall in front of you, and get the key inside the
chest there.  Now go along the right-hand corridor and use the Lens of Truth
to find another tiny room with a key in a chest.  Now go along the left-hand
corridor and enter the hallway to the left.  Drop down the little pit and 
climb up the other side to the next room.  Light the torches to uncover the 
coffins- there is a key inside one of them.  Go all the way back to the big
room, and go through one of the secret walls to enter the central room in the
middle of the big room.  Go through the left-hand locked door, and kill the
Gold Skulltula on the wall.

- Get Skulltula Token #64 (Bottom of the Well)
Go back through the previous door, then go through the right-hand locked door.
Use the Lens of Truth to go across the invisible platform to the left, and 
kill the Gold Skulltula on the wall here.

- Get Skulltula Token #65 (Bottom of the Well)
Go back through the previous door and out of the center room.  Go along the 
right-hand corridor to its end, and go east through the crawlspace in the 
corner.  Go through the locked door on the other side.  Use the Lens of Truth
to avoid the pits, and go to the next room.  Kill the Gold Skulltula on the
wall here.

- Get Heart Piece #27 (Zora's River)
Head over to Zora's River again as Young Link.  Midway up the river before the
bridge, stand on the log sticking out of the water.  Pull out your Ocarina and
play the Song of Storms for the frogs to get a Heart Piece.

- Get Heart Piece #28 (Zora's River)
Play Zelda's Lullaby, Epona's Song, Saria's Song, Song of Time, and Sun Song 
in front of the same frogs for rupees.  Then, follow the tune they give you on
your Ocarina, and they will give you another Heart Piece.

- Get Heart Piece #29 (Market)
Go to the Market as Young Link and change it to night, then play the treasure
chest game in the southwest corner of the village.  Use the Lens of Truth to
see through the chests, get the keys, and get the Heart Piece at the end.

- Get Skulltula Token #66 (Hyrule Castle)
Enter the Hyrule Castle area as Young Link and go over to where you first met
the sleeping Talon.  Go to the nearby tree and play the Song of Storms next to
it to open a secret hole.  There is a Gold Skulltula inside.

- Get 40 Arrow Quiver (Kakariko Village)
At the spot where the building was under construction as Young Link, enter the
new building as Adult Link, play the archery game and win to get this upgrade.

- Get Bottle #4 (Market)
In the Market as Adult Link, there is a creature inside a house near the 
destroyed bridge that buys Poes.  Collect 10 Big Poes from around Hyrule 
Field in bottles and sell them to him to get the fourth Bottle.  To kill the 
Big Poes, shoot them twice with arrows before they disappear.  Locations of 
the Big Poes in Hyrule Field: 1 just south of the Market, near the sign; 1 
next to the entrance to Lon Lon Ranch; 1 at the y-shaped stone wall east of 
the ranch; 1 just south of the entrance to Kakariko Village; 2 just east of 
the brown path that leads to the Gerudo Valley, 1 west of Kokiri Forest, near 
the grey stone; 2 in the very southeast corner in the field of trees; and 1 
in the northwest corner in the field of trees there.

- Get Skulltula Token #67 (Gerudo Fortress) 
Enter Gerudo Valley and jump across the bridge with Epona, then enter the 
Gerudo Fortress area to start the carpenter saving mini-quest.  If you get 
caught by a guard, hookshot out of the jail cell and drop down to the ground,
then enter the first door on the left.  Talk to the man in the cell, then 
defeat the Gerudo swordsman.  Get the key she drops and free the first 
carpenter.  Go through the following door, then the next door back into the
hideout.  Go slightly down the next hallway, then turn right and go outside.
Shoot the patrolling guard with an arrow and go through the next door.  Free
the next carpenter in this room, then go through the following doorway.  Drop
down the vines to the left and enter the door, then save the third carpenter.
Go back outside and climb up the vines and go through the left door.  Shoot 
the three patrolling guards, then drop down and go up through the next 
doorway.  Jump over to the ledge on the left from here- there will be a Gold
Skulltula on the wall, at night of course. 

- Get Gerudo Membership Card (Gerudo Fortress)
Drop down to the left and go through the next doorway.  Shoot the guard as 
she approaches, then go through and save the last carpenter.  Afterwards, the
Gerudo swordsman will give you the membership card.

- Get Heart Piece #30 (Gerudo Fortress)
Get back outside the hideout, then get on Epona and go up the long slope in
the corner of the fortress, past the training grounds.  You will come to an 
archery game.  Talk to the Gerudo will on Epona and you can play.  Score 
1,000 points to get a Heart Piece.  Keep in mind that you can only play the 
archery game during the day.

- Get 50 Arrow Quiver (Gerudo Fortress)
Score 1,500 points on the archery game to get this upgrade.

- Get Skulltula Token #68 (Death Mountain Crater)
Change back to Young Link and play the Bolero of Fire to warp in front of the
Fire Temple.  There is a nearby soft soil that you can use a bug on to fish
out a Gold Skulltula.

- Get Heart Piece #31 (Death Mountain Crater)
Plant a Magic Bean in this same soft soil spot, then come back as Adult Link.
Ride the bean platform and get the Heart Piece on the top ledge.

- Get Heart Piece #32 (Death Mountain Crater)
Ride this same bean platform around until it nears a hole in the wall with a
Heart Piece.  Jump off at that point to get it.




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~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Fire Temple [0204]~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
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Get Megaton Hammer
Get 5 Skulltula Tokens (#69-#73) 
Defeat Volvagia
Get Fire Medallion and Heart

Dungeon notes: The Fire Temple is Link's most dangerous leg of the journey 
yet- there are many annoying boulders, fire bats, and Like-Likes through all
stages of the temple.  Come prepared with fairies, if you have them.  The 
goal of this temple is to save all the trapped Gorons from their cells; by
releasing one, you usually get a key as a result.  It's a more straightforward
dungeon than the Forest Temple or the Water Temple, but still much harder than
any of the first three dungeons.  As in all the Adult Link dungeons, there are
five Gold Skulltulas waiting to be found, two of which require the Scarecrow's
song.  The secret item this time is the Megaton Hammer, which is used to 
destroy unbombable boulders or push down rusted switches.  To defeat the mini-
boss, just hookshot the black ball, then slice up the ball with your sword.
The boss, Volvagia, is fairly simple: wait for his head to pop up out of the
lava, pound it once with the Megaton Hammer to stun it, then pound it again to
damage it.

To the map:
- Go forward, up the stairs, and through the left door to meet Darunia.
- Jump over to the cell on the left, press the switch to free the Goron, and
  get the key from the chest.
- Go back to the previous room, then go right through the locked door.
- Jump to the right side of this room, bomb the fake wall on the ledge and go
  through.
- Free the Goron and get the key from the chest.
- Go back to the big room, then go to the left side and go through that door.
- Free the Goron and get the key, then go back to the big room.
- Play the Song of Time below the blue block, then hop up to the top door on
  the left side and go through.
- Kill the Gold Skulltula (#1) inside, then come back out.
- Go to the north end of the big room and go through the locked door.
- Slide down, hookshot up the wall, then drop down on the top right-hand 
  platform; push the block over the edge, then ride it to the room above.
- Go through the locked door to the next room.
- Climb up the platforms to the left, jump across and push the block off, then
  pull it as far as possible.  Climb up the grated wall to the top, then throw
  a bomb off the ledge so it hits the crystal switch, and climb up and enter
  the next room.
- There are two trapped Gorons here: one through a door and the other in the
  room itself; free both of them and get the two keys.
- Along one of the walls in this room you will hear a Gold Skulltula (#2)- 
  bomb the wall at that point to find it.
- In the boulder room, find the locked door and go through it.
- Shoot the eye with an arrow and go through the east door, and get the map
  from the chest.

To the compass:
- Go back, and go north through the locked door.
- Jump over the platforms to the right to the opposite side, then jump up and
  go through the unlocked door.
- Play the Scarecrow's song when you enter, hookshot up to it, then hookshot 
  to the targeted platform and ride it up.
- Go through and up the grated walls to reach a Gold Skulltula (#3).
- Continue up the wall, to the next room.
- Shoot the Gold Skulltula on the wall (#4) and get the token.
- Go back to the top floor of the boulder room, jump across and bomb the 
  cracked floor, then drop down.
- Free the Goron and get the key, then go back and climb back up.
- Jump over to the ledge with the switch to free the Goron, then jump over to
  its cell and get the key from the chest.
- Go back through the door to the moving-flame room.
- Jump to the ledge in the middle of the room and go through the locked door.
- Turn right and go through the door on the right-hand wall.
- Get the compass from the chest, then go back to the previous room.

To the secret item:
- Make your way to the left side of the room and go through the locked door.
- Go through the next door, to get to the other end of the previous room.
- Step on the switch and quickly get over to the ledge before the firewall
  springs up; bomb the fake door and go through the door after that.
- Kill the mini-boss, then ride the center platform up.
- Climb up the grated wall and shoot the crystal switch, then climb up to the
  next room.
- Step on the switch, then run around the inside ledge to the chest and get 
  the Megaton Hammer from it.

To the boss:
- Run back over the ledge, pound the stone face with the hammer and drop down
  the hole.
- Pound the totem pole with the hammer and go through the door.
- Pound the stone head to make steps, then pick up a crate and go down to the
  blue switch and put it on it, then go through the next door.
- Pound the stone face and drop down the hole.
- Pound the rusted switch and go through the door.
- Play the Song of Time, then jump across to the opposite platform and pound
  the rusted switch to free the Goron.
- Jump back up to the big room, then pound the stone face on the platform and
  drop down the hole.
- Go south to the entrance room, pound the totem pole in front of the right
  door and go through it.
- Kill the enemies and go to the next room.
- Kill the Gold Skulltula (#5) on the wall and go to the next room.
- Kill the mini-boss, go through the next door and get the Boss Key from the
  chest.
- Go back up the stairs and through the left door.
- Jump across and go through the big door to get to the boss.




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~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Before Dungeon 3 [0205]~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
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New Items:
Double Magic Meter
3 Skulltula Tokens (#74-#76)

- Get Double Magic Meter (Death Mountain Crater)
From where you leave the temple, turn left and hookshot across the bridge.  Go
left across the next bridge and pound the boulders in front of the tunnel.  Go
inside and the Great Fairy will give you the Double Magic meter.

- Get Skulltula Token #74 (Death Mountain)
Approach the peak of Death Mountain to the valley with falling boulders.  One
of the boulders here is covering another Gold Skulltula.  Bash it with the 
hammer.

- Get Skulltula Token #75 (Death Mountain)
Head back to Goron City, then leave the city through the top exit.  Go forward 
and then right through the short tunnel above the Dodongo's Cavern entrance 
(where you threw a bomb to open up the entrance as a kid).  Pound the nearby 
boulder with the hammer and kill the Gold Skulltula it was covering.  

- Get Skulltula Token #76 (Hyrule Field)
Go to the entrance to Gerudo Valley in Hyrule Field.  Pound the nearby boulder
surrounded by small rocks, then bomb the circle and fall through the hole.  
Use Din's Fire to destroy the webs and get the Gold Skulltula on a wall.




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~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Water Temple [0206]~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
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Get Longshot
Get 5 Skulltula Tokens (#77-#81) 
Defeat Morpha
Get Water Medallion and Heart

To the dungeon: Play the Serenade of Water to warp to Lake Hylia, and drop 
down to the platform to the entrance to the Water Temple.  Hookshot the 
diamond object over the entrance, and it will open up for you.

Dungeon notes: The OoT Water Temple has a solid reputation of being one of the
most confusing and difficult dungeons in the entire franchise.  The key to
getting through it, however, is simple: remember where all the water-level
stations are, and figure out where all the hidden keys are.  The first station
you find lowers the water level to the bottom.  The station in the middle 
column of the big room raises the water level to the middle.  The station 
accessible from the west door of the second floor raises the water level to
the top.  The big room in the middle is connected to many rooms, most of 
which lead off to a key.  Make sure you explore every corridor of every floor,
and remember that changing the water level can give access to many new areas.
The mini-boss guarding the dungeon item is Dark Link, and he is easily
defeatable with the sword.  The dungeon item is the Longshot, which is simply
a hookshot that reaches farther.  To defeat the boss, Morpha, stand on the
edges and target the pink orb, avoid the arm that thrusts out of the water
and hookshot the orb, then slice it with your sword.
NOTE: PLEASE keep in mind that it is impossible to get permanently stuck in
this dungeon!  If you get stuck and the water level needs to be lowered or 
raised, just go back to where the water-leveling Triforce stations are- I've
explained their locations above.

To the map:
- Float up to the main room, then sink down to the bottom floor with the Iron
  Boots and go through the east doorway to meet Ruto.
- Float up to the top floor and go through the door.
- Get the map from the chest.

To the compass:
- Go back to the previous room and play Zelda's Lullaby at the Triforce symbol
  to lower the water level.
- Drop all the way down, light the torches with Din's Fire, and go through
  the unlocked door.
- Get the key from the chest, then go back to the big room.
- Go through the south doorway on the bottom floor.
- Bomb the cracked wall and go through the watery passage to the next room.
- Step on the switch to raise the stairs, then spin attack the crystal behind
  the cage and kill the Gold Skulltula (#1) behind it.
- Go back to the big room, and push the block on the west side of the room 
  until it sinks down, then go through the watery passage.
- Hit the crystal and jump across to the next room.
- Sink down onto the pipe in the water, shoot the crystal, hookshot to the
  target, get past the gate and float up to the next room.
- Get the key from the chest, then go back to the big room.
- Go through the locked door on the bottom floor into the central column.
- Hookshot up and play Zelda's Lullaby at the symbol to raise the water level
  to the middle.
- Sink back down to the bottom and drop down the hole the block was covering.
- Hit the crystal and kill the enemies to open up the gate.
- Float up and get the key from the chest, then go back to the big room.
- Sink down and go through the east doorway on the bottom floor.
- Float up and bomb the wall, get the key from the chest, and go back to the
  big room.
- Float up to the east doorway on the second floor and go through.
- Hookshot up to the ceiling, hit the crystal and get the compass from the 
  chest.

To the secret item:
- In the big room, go through the locked door to the west on the second floor.
- Stand on the water spout and shoot the crystal to rise up, then go through
  the door.
- Play Zelda's Lullaby at the symbol to raise the water level to the top.
- Go through the east doorway on the third floor of the big room.
- Go through the passage and pull the block until it stops.
- Go through the west locked door on the third floor of the big room.
- Hookshot up the platforms, then go through the locked door.
- Hookshot across the room, using the crystal to lower and raise the statues,
  to the next room.
- Hookshot over the spikes and go through the door.
- Kill the mini-boss, go to the next room and get the Longshot from the chest.

To the boss: 
- Play the Song of Time to evaporate the blue block, and drop down the hole.
- Swim across the rapids, then use the Iron Boots nearby the Gold Skulltula
  (#2) on the wall and get its token.
- Swim to the platform across from the pots, shoot the eye, hookshot to the
  chest and get the key.
- Drop down the hole to get back to the big room.
- Lower the water level back to the bottom, then raise it up to the middle 
  level using the station in the center column of the big room.
- Hookshot up to the ceiling in the center column, kill the Gold Skulltula 
  (#3) and get the token with the Longshot.
- In the second floor of the big room, shoot the gold eye to the south, then
  hookshot across past the closing gate.
- Go through the passage, push the block, and get the key from the chest.
- Sink down in the big room and go through the north doorway on the bottom
  floor.
- Hookshot over the spikes and go through the locked door.
- Swim across the river rapids to the next room.
- Drop down and bomb the right-hand wall, then go through and push the block
  until it stops.  Then bomb the left-hand wall and pull the block out, then
  go back around and push the block onto the switch, then float up to the
  next door.
- Step on the switch and jump over to the next room.
- Shoot the Gold Skulltula (#4) behind the waterfall and get the token.
- Sink down the hole where the boulders drop down to the next room.
- Go through the locked door, then get the Boss Key from the chest.
- Go back to the big room and raise the water to the highest level.
- Go back through the west door to the moving platform room, shoot the Gold 
  Skulltula (#5) on the wall and get the token with the Longshot.
- On the third floor of the big room, hookshot to the north and go through 
  the door.
- Go up the slope and through the big door to get to the boss.




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~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Before Dungeon 4 [0207]~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
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New Items:
Fire Arrows
"Nocturne of Shadow" 
4 Skulltula Tokens (#82-#85)
3 Heart Pieces (#33-#35)

- Get Skulltula Token #82 (Lake Hylia)
From where you exit the dungeon, use the Longshot to get to the top of the 
nearby tree at night, and kill the Gold Skulltula there.

- Get Fire Arrows (Lake Hylia)  
Stand on the brown pedestal on this island in the lake, and wait for the
morning sun to rise.  Shoot an arrow at the sun at that moment, and the Fire
Arrows will drop down and you can swim across to get them.

- Get Skulltula Token #83 (Zora's River)
Head back to Zora's River and go all the way across the bridge near the end.
Near the bridge, look up and kill the Skulltula on the wall, and get the
token with the Longshot.

- Get Heart Piece #33 (Gerudo Fortress)
Enter the thieves' hideout in Gerudo Fortress once again, and get to the top
of the outside of the fortress.  Longshot over to the chest on one of the 
roofs and get the Heart Piece from it.

- Get Skulltula Token #84 (Gerudo Fortress)
Go over to the archery game at the fortress.  There is a Gold Skulltula on
the big target all the way to the north- use the Longshot to get the token.

- Learn "Nocturne of Shadow" (Kakariko Village)
Return to Kakariko Village after beating the Water Temple, and Sheik will
teach you this song after the cutscene.

- Get Skulltula Token #85 (Kakariko Village)
Use the Longshot to get on the roof of Impa's house, in the south section of
the village.  The Gold Skulltula is on the wall up there.

- Get Heart Piece #34 (Kakariko Village)
Longshot over to the man sitting on the roof of one of the houses in the 
village, and he will give you a Heart Piece.

- Get Heart Piece #35 (Graveyard)
Enter the graveyard and race Dampe's Spirit again inside one of the headstone
holes.  At the end, use the Longshot to get across the long gap and reach the
finish in under a minute to get a Heart Piece.



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~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Shadow Temple [0208]~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~




Get Hover Boots
Get 5 Skulltula Tokens (#86-#90)
Defeat Bongo Bongo 
Get Shadow Medallion and Heart

To the dungeon: Play the Nocturne of Shadow, then go down the stairs to a 
small chamber.  Use Din's Fire to light all the torches and unlock the
entrance.

Dungeon notes: The Shadow Temple is a fairly linear dungeon, unlike the tricky
and winding mazes of the Forest Temple and the Water Temple.  You will get the
Hover Boots in this dungeon, although the main item of importance here is the
Lens of Truth, which you receive in the Bottom of the Well.  Use the Lens of
Truth to reveal many invisible platforms, doorways, and other objects as you
make your way through.  With the Hover Boots, Link can hover in the air for a
couple seconds to reach otherwise unreachable platforms across from him.  Link
will use the Iron Boots and the Hover Boots in tandem through several puzzles
in this dungeon.  Most of the enemies are ones that you've faced already: 
Skulltulas, bats, Wall Masters, Like-Likes, and so on- and you're stronger 
than you were before.  When you reach the boss, first shoot the hands with 
arrows to stun them, then use the Lens of Truth to find the central eye in the
head.  Shoot that with an arrow, then slice it up with your sword.

To the map:
- Go forward and hookshot across, then go through the fake wall.
- Use the Lens of Truth and go through the fake door to the northwest.
- Use the Lens of Truth to find a passage to the right; enter and get the map
  from the chest.

To the secret item:
- Go back and go through another fake wall to the west.
- Find the door to the west and go through, kill the Dead Hand and get the
  Hover Boots from the chest.

To the compass:
- Go back through the fake walls to the large room.
- Push the bird statue so that it faces the southwest fake door (the door that
  doesn't disappear when you use the eye of truth), then use the Hover Boots to
  run across to the gate and go through.
- Go through the left-hand door.
- Get all the silver rupees and get the key, then go back to the previous 
  room.
- Go through the fake wall on the opposite side, kill the enemies and get the
  compass from the chest.

To the boss: 
- Go back, then go east through the locked door.
- Go all the way down the passage, past the guillotines, to the platform with
  a Stalfo, then turn left and jump across the invisible platforms and 
  through the door at the end.
- Kill all the enemies, then kill the Gold Skulltula (#1) in the room beyond.
- Go back to the previous room, to the platform with the Stalfo.
- Use the Hover Boots to get to the falling platform and jump off, kill the 
  Beamos and collect the silver rupees, then go through the unlocked door.
- Use the Lens of Truth to spot a crate, then pull it out.  Push and pull it
  across the falling spike traps to the end of the room.  Enter the cage on
  the right, and kill the Gold Skulltula (#2).
- Climb up the block at the end to the top, jump to the right and step on the
  switch, then jump back over to the chest and get the key from it.
- Go back to the previous room; on this platform, go forward and turn left,
  then jump across the invisible platforms and go through the locked door.
- Collect all the silver rupees using the Lens of Truth and the Longshot, 
  then go through the unlocked door.
- Kill the Gold Skulltula (#3) behind the giant statue.
- Climb up and throw a bomb into the statue to get a key, then go back to the
  previous room.
- Hookshot up and go through the locked door.
- Use the Iron Boots to deter the fans and the Hover Boots to cross the pit
  along the passage, then drop down to a narrow corridor.
- Use the Lens of Truth to find a fake door, then use the Hover Boots to reach
  it.
- Bomb the debris in the southeast corner and use the Lens of Truth to get a
  key from the hidden chest, then go through the locked door.
- Pull the block in order to reach the ladder on the wall, then climb up onto
  the ship.
- Shoot the Gold Skulltula (#4) on the far wall and get the token with the
  Longshot.
- Play Zelda's Lullaby on the ship and ride it along until it starts to sink,
  then jump off to the platform on the left.
- Go west through the door.
- Use the Lens of Truth to spot the invisible walls, and make your way to the
  north door and enter it.
- Use Din's Fire to burn the walls and get the Boss Key from the chest.
- Go back, then make your way to the west door and go through it.
- Kill the Gold Skulltula (#5) behind the giant rotating statues.
- Go back, then make your way to the south door and go through it.
- Kill the enemies and get the key from the chest.
- Go back, then back through the east door.
- Shoot the bomb flowers next to the giant pillar on the other side of the 
  room to make it fall, then cross it and go through the locked door.
- Use the Hover Boots and the Lens of Truth to cross to the big door to get
  to the boss.



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~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Before Dungeon 5 [0209]~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~




New Items: 
Nayru's Love
"Requiem of Spirit" 
4 Skulltula Tokens (#91-#94)
1 Heart Piece (#36)

- Get Skulltula Token #91 (Haunted Wasteland)
Go back to the Gerudo Fortress, and go to the large gate near the entrance.  
Climb up the ladder and speak to the Gerudo to get him to open the gate, and
you can enter the Haunted Wasteland.  Cross the quicksand pit ahead with the
Hover Boots, then follow the single red flags across the desert until you
reach a tiny stone building.  Enter the building and drop down, then kill
the Gold Skulltula inside.

- Learn "Requiem of Spirit" (Desert Colossus)
Go back outside and climb to the top of the building, then read the altar.
Equip the Lens of Truth, and follow the Poe.  He will lead you across the
invisible path through the desert until you reach the Desert Colossus, where
the entrance to the Spirit Temple is located.  Enter the dungeon, then exit,
and Sheik will appear and teach you this song.

- Get Skulltula Token #92 (Desert Colossus)
Look at the palm trees on the south side of the area, and kill the Gold
Skulltula on one of them.

- Get Nayru's Love (Desert Colossus)
Near the palm trees on the north side of the area, there is a cracked wall.
Bomb it and enter; the Great Fairy inside teaches you this spell.

- Get Skulltula Token #93 (Desert Colossus)
Change to Young Link and warp to this area.  Use a bottled bug on the soft
soil spot right in front of the dungeon entrance to get this Gold Skulltula.

- Get Skulltula Token #94 (Desert Colossus)
Plant a Magic Bean at that soft soil spot, then return here as Adult Link.
Ride the bean platform over to a rock platform on the north side, where 
there is another Gold Skulltula.

- Get Heart Piece #36 (Desert Colossus)
Ride this same bean platform again, and jump off on top of the stone 
structure in front of the dungeon entrance to get the Heart Piece there.




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~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Spirit Temple [0210]~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~





Get Silver Gauntlets
Get Mirror Shield 
Get 5 Skulltula Tokens (#95-#99)
Defeat Twinrova
Get Spirit Medallion and Heart

Dungeon notes: The Spirit Temple is a large dungeon separated into two parts:
The Young Link section and the Adult Link section.  You will first enter the
dungeon as Young Link in order to get the Silver Gauntlets.  Then, you use
the Silver Gauntlets as Adult Link to get past the giant block obstructing
the way to the next section of the dungeon.  There are many Beamos, Fire Bat,
Armos Statues, and Lizalfos in the dungeon, as well as a wooden type of enemy 
Link can only defeat with the Fire Arrows or Din's Fire- be sure to bring 
fairies!  In the Adult Link section, Link will eventually find the Mirror 
Shield.  This shield reflects light coming from a skylight above onto other 
objects- usually the sun symbols that appear on the wall.  Several Iron 
Knuckles guard the major items of the dungeon; to defeat them, jump in and
slice with the sword, then quickly jump away before getting hammered.  The 
bosses of the dungeon are the evil Twinrova sisters.  To defeat them, first
target one of the sisters and block the fire or ice ray she shoots, then 
reflect that ray onto the other sister to damage her.  After doing that 
several times, they will merge into one.  Absorb a fire or ice shot three 
times in a row and you will reflect a beam at her.  When she's stunned, slice
her up with your sword until she dies.

To the map:
- Enter the dungeon as Young Link, go forward and left to meet Nabooru.
- Crawl through the hole, kill the enemies, and go through the left door.
- Use the Boomerang to hit the crystal, then go through the next door.
- Kill the enemies and go through the next door.
- Collect the silver rupees to make the cage door fall, then light the torches
  and get the key from the chest that appears.
- Kill the Gold Skulltula (#1) on the other side of this cage, then go through
  the door to a previous room.
- Go through the crawlspace, then through the locked door.
- Climb up the wall and shoot the Gold Skulltula (#2) at the top.
- Hit the crystal to get Bombchus from the chest, then use a Bombchu to hit 
  the rock protruding from the wall, and go through the unlocked door.
- Drop down to the left, light the torches in front of the giant statue and
  get the map from the chest.

To the compass:
- Climb back up the wall you dropped down, push the statue onto the switch,
  then go up the stairs and through the unlocked door.
- Collect all the silver rupees to light a torch, then light all the torches
  in the room with a Deku Stick, then get the key from the chest that drops.
  Pull the blocks aside and pull the block with the sun symbol into the light,
  then go through the unlocked door.
- Turn around and kill the Gold Skulltula (#3) above the door.
- Go up the steps through the door, kill the Iron Knuckle, and go through the
  next door.
- Get the Silver Gauntlets from the chest.
- Warp back to the dungeon as Adult Link, and enter.
- Go right from the entrance and push the huge block aside. 
- Go through and shoot the diamond on the ceiling and go through the left 
  door.
- Play the Zelda's Lullaby on the Triforce symbol and get the compass from the
  chest.

To the secret item:
- Go back to the previous room, then go through the right door.
- Collect the silver rupees, then play the Song of Time in front of the blue
  block and kill the Gold Skulltula (#4).
- Go to the next room and get the key, then go back two rooms, and go through
  the locked door.
- Climb the wall, then push the mirror statue so that it reflects light on the
  sun symbols- one of the symbols opens the next door for you to go through.
- Get to the top platform, then use the Hover Boots to get to the statue hand
  with the Triforce symbol.  Play Zelda's Lullaby, then hookshot to the chest
  and get the key from it.
- Climb up the stairs on the west side of the room to get to the top, play the
  Scarecrow's Song, then hookshot over to him and kill the Gold Skulltula 
  (#5).
- Go to the east side of the room and hookshot to the target, then climb the
  stairs to the top and go through the door.
- Kill the enemies and go forward through the next door.
- Touch an Armos Statue, then make it follow you onto the switch, and quickly 
  go through the door when it unlocks.
- Go up the stairs, kill the Iron Knuckle, and go through the next door.
- Get the Mirror Shield from the chest.

To the boss: 
- Go back to the Armos statue room, then reflect the light onto the sun 
  symbol with the Mirror Shield and go through the unlocked door.
- Get the key, then go back to the previous room, and west, then go through
  the locked door.
- Hookshot up to the top of the wall, then go through the door.
- Play Zelda's Lullaby on the symbol and go through the door.
- Shoot the door to the left of the flames, then shoot the golden eye behind
  it.  Hookshot to the target and step on the switch, then get the Boss Key
  from the chest.
- Go back to the previous room, then go up the stairs through the next door.
- Hit the crystal through the bars, then go through the passage until you 
  reach a mirror statue.  Bomb the cracked wall, then push that mirror 
  statue so that it points to the statue through the wall, then push the 
  second mirror statue so it reflects light through the bars.
- Go back around and reflect the light with your Mirror Shield onto the sun
  symbol to lower the platform.
- Reflect light onto the statue face, then hookshot to the big door and go
  through.
- Kill the Iron Knuckle and go through the next door to get to the boss.




~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Before Final Dungeon [0211]~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~




New Items:
Ice Arrows
Light Arrows
1 Skulltula Token (#100)

- Get Ice Arrows (Gerudo Training Grounds)
You can now begin the Gerudo Training Ground quest for the Ice Arrows.  Enter
the training grounds from the Gerudo Fortress, on the south side of the 
hideout.  Take the door to the left.  Kill the enemies and get the key (#1),
then go through the next door.  Go up the slopes and collect the silver 
rupees within the time limit, using the hookshot to get over the flames, then
go through the next door afterwards.  Defeat the enemies, then use the Lens 
of Truth to spot a passage over the fake door to the right.  Hookshot up to
it and press the switch, then drop back down.  Use the Silver Gauntlets to
push the huge block out of the way, and go through the unlocked door.  Kill
the enemies, then use the Lens of Truth to spot an invisible chest and open 
it for the key (#2). Go back to the previous room, hookshot through the fake 
wall and go through the door.  Now drop down in the next room, and shoot the 
statue eyes from the rotating platform.  Hookshot to the chest and get the 
key (#3).  Now, play the Scarecrow's Song to hookshot back up to the top
ledge, and go through the newly unlocked door.  Get the key (#4), then go
back to the previous room, drop down and go through the door under the 
hookshot target.  Pound the totem poles with the Megaton Hammer to find a 
switch that deflames the chest that holds the key (#5).  Behind another pole
is a golden eye- shoot it to unlock the doors, then go through the door 
leading to the next area.

Use the hover boots and the switch to collect the 5 silver rupees here, then
go through the door it unlocked.  Play the Song of Time, equip the Iron Boots
and drop down into the water, then use the Longshot to collect the silver 
rupees.  Swim up and get the key (#6) from the chest, then go back to the 
previous room.  Hop to one of the center platforms and play the Song of Time 
creating stepping blocks to key (#7).  Now enter the room opposite the one with
the Hookshot target.  Kill the enemies here and get key (#8).  Now take the 
exit bringing you back into the first room.  Take the center door to enter the 
key maze.  Go through the first locked door to the left, then use the Lens of 
Truth to spot a passage in the ceiling; climb up and get the key from the chest
there.  Then, just go through all the locked doors in this room and get the Ice
Arrows from the big chest at the end.  

- Get Skulltula Token #100 (Zora's Fountain)
Go all the way back to Zora's Fountain, then go to the south end of it where
the entrance to the Great Fairy cavern is.  Lift up the boulder here with the
Silver Gauntlets and drop inside the hole.  Go up the slope and up the 
ladder, and the final Gold Skulltula is on the wall at the top, to the left.

- Get Gold Rupee (House of Skulltula)
After you get all 100 Skulltula tokens, you can go back to the House of
Skulltula and get infinite rupees from the man inside.

- Get Light Arrows (Temple of Time)
Enter the Temple of Time as Adult Link after you have all the medallions. 
Zelda gives you the final arrow upgrade, but gets captured in the process.




~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Ganon's Castle [0212]~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~




Get Golden Gauntlets
Get Double Defense (Ganon's Castle)
Defeat Ganondorf

To the dungeon: Go north from the Market, and a rainbow bridge will have been
built that leads to the entrance of the final dungeon.

Dungeon notes: The final dungeon consists of a central room, and six passages,
which represent the six medallions, branching off from it.  Each passage has
a themed puzzle that corresponds to the dungeon you got the medallions from.
You will use a combination of practically all your skills, so come prepared!
At the end of each passage, you will use a Light Arrow to dispell the barrier
protecting the central tower of the castle.  You can break the barriers in
any order, but the Shadow Barrier is done here first because you get the 
important Golden Gauntlets inside.  At the top of the central tower, you will
face Ganondorf, the King of Evil!  To defeat him, stand on the perimeter of
the room, and deflect his energy balls back at him until he gets hit.  Then,
fire a Light Arrow at him, and jump over and slice him up with your sword.
If he starts to charge a gigantic orb and the room darkens, power up your spin
attack and unleash it when the orb is launched at you.

Shadow Barrier:
- Shoot the torch to the right with a Fire Arrow, then jump across the ice 
  blocks to the Like-Like platform, then jump to the platform after that.
- Use the Lens of Truth to find an ice path to the left, follow it to a 
  switch, and hit it with the Megaton Hammer to unlock the door.
- Go back across, shoot the torch again with a Fire Arrow, then jump across
  the ice platforms to the right and step on the switch there.
- Get the Golden Gauntlets from the chest.
- Use the Lens of Truth to find the central path, cross it to the next door 
  and go through.
- Shoot a Light Arrow at the energy orb to destroy the Shadow Barrier.
- With the Golden Gauntlets, exit Ganon's Castle, then go under the big arch
  to the left and go down the valley.  Lift up the giant pillar, then go 
  inside the cave and receive the Double Defense from the Great Fairy.

Forest Barrier:
- Use Din's Fire to light the four center torches and a Fire Arrow on the 
  torch above the door, then go through the door.
- Equip the Hover Boots and let the fan to the left push you to a couple of
  silver rupees.  Step on the switch to make a hookshot target appear.
- Collect the rest of the silver rupees, using the Hover Boots and avoiding
  the fans, then go through the next door.
- Shoot a Light Arrow at the energy orb to destroy the Forest Barrier.

Water Barrier:
- Catch some blue fire in a couple bottles, kill the enemies, drop some 
  blue fire on the red ice, and go through the door.
- Push the far block into the hole, then push the other block below the 
  ledge with the red ice.
- Jump up and melt the red ice, then go through the door.
- Shoot a Light Arrow at the energy orb to destroy the Water Barrier.

Fire Barrier:
- Equip your Goron Tunic, and collect all the silver rupees in the room.  
  Pick up the giant pillar with the Golden Gauntlets to reveal one silver 
  rupee and grant access to another one.
- Afterwards, hookshot to the next door and go through.
- Shoot a Light Arrow at the energy orb to destroy the Fire Barrier.

Light Barrier:
- Use the Golden Gauntlets to dispose of the giant pillar in front of the 
  passage to the Light Barrier.
- Kill all the invisible enemies and get the key, then go through the locked
  door.
- Play Zelda's Lullaby on the Triforce symbol to get the key, and go through.
- Collect all the silver rupees and hookshot to the last one on top, then go
  through the next door.
- Shoot a Light Arrow at the energy orb to destroy the Light Barrier.

Spirit Barrier:
- Collect all the silver rupees and go to the next room.
- Hit the crystal behind the cage to get Bombchus, then lay a Bombchu so it
  goes over the cage and hits the far crystal, and go through the next door.
- Shoot the ceiling with a Fire Arrow and reflect the light on the sun 
  symbols with the Mirror Shield to unlock the next door.
- Shoot a Light Arrow at the energy orb to destroy the Spirit Barrier.

To the boss:
- Enter the central tower after all the barriers are destroyed.
- Make your way up the tower, killing the enemies, then get the Boss Key 
  after killing the Stalfos.
- After killing the Iron Knuckles, climb up the final part of the tower and
  open the door to get to Ganondorf.

- Defeat Ganon
After you defeat Ganondorf, Zelda will instruct you to follow her in order to 
escape the castle.  The way back through the castle is linear; you have time
to defeat the enemies as you go, and Zelda will open the caged doors.  After
you escape, you will begin the final fight, against Ganon!  To damage Ganon,
shoot its head with a Light Arrow to stun it- or simply roll under its legs-
and pound the tail with the Megaton Hammer or slice it with the Biggoron's 
Sword.  Do that until it collapses, and get your Master Sword back from near
Zelda.  Now, battle it the same way as before, but use the Master Sword to
damage it this time.  When it collapses again, Zelda will use her power and
you can finish him off with your sword.




Closing [0005]

Credits:
Thanks to the following parties whose source material helped speed the 
production of this guide along:

Nintendo- for the use of their instruction manual

Prima Games

Outkast

Rappy- pointing out some helpful changes to be made to the guide.

	   
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