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Sky view temple

When you hit the diamond thing on the other side of the little cubby hole in the room to the right of the room after defeating the eye guardian, a bunch of water fills part of the rooms. A log in the next room rises because of the water. It gets closer to the patch of leaves that you can climb on. But I can't get up there. How can I?

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Zelda: Twilight Princess Guide
The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword Guide
Complete Mega Guide of Zelda Twilight Princess. Everything is covered from the walkthrough, to heart piece locations, poe guide, enemy and boss guid..

az47 answered:

The following answer was taken from the walkthrough by az47 in section #11:

From the point where you got the Dungeon map. Jump down to the pathway where Link first entered and walk to the center of the room. Turn to the right and shoot the gemstone above the barred door with the slingshot. Go through the doorway, up the steps and through the web to the stairs on the right. In the middle of the damaged bridge is a Stone marker. It is blocked, by a hanging Skulltula. The best way to defeat this one is to approach the Skulltula using Z targeting and use a
Horizontal slice to make the Skulltula spin. While it's spinning, Z target it's underside and use a forward thrust twice to defeat it. Now walk up to the stone marker. It reads:

Two doors lead to rooms left and
Right, but they will only open
When the gemstones are struck.
One is above, one below.

Now drop down to the lower level and walk up to the wall on the left side of the room. There is a crawl space behind the grass. On the other side is a gemstone above a staircase leading to a Bird Statue. Shoot the gemstone with the slingshot. Water is again released. Swim to the vine-covered wall to the left rear and climb up. This leads to another crawl space that brings Link back into the previous room. Leave this room and enter the main room.

Link will see that the water has risen high enough to float two large logs. Jump on the log on the East side of the room. Shoot the Walltula with the Slingshot and climb the vines. This will lead Link back into the room he had just left, but now he is at the other end of it. Defeat the hanging Skulltula the same way Link did the other one. Look around to see two eyeballs, one on each side of an iron barred room. Position Link between them
So that they are both looking at him. Equip the sword and make a circular motion several times. They get dizzy, turn red and fall to the ground. The iron bars will lift and Link can retrieve a small key from the treasure chest. Have fun.

Guest answered:

You have to go to the door on both sides of the room. The switch for the door on the left is under the bridge. Go in and go past the giant spiders, you don't need to mess with them. But, it is better to kill the first one because you need to get in the middle of that bridge. The switch for the water to rise even more is right across.


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