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                       THE LEGEND OF ZELDA: WIND WAKER
                                FAQ/Walkthrough
                              By nintendo_girl21
                       Copyright (c) Megan L., 2007-...
                             mlynch2[at]rogers.com
    
                     **PLEASE NOTE CHANGE IN E-MAIL ADDRESS**
    
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                              *Table of Contents*
    
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    Use the bracketed codes to easily find the right section.  To search 
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    section below.  
    
    [Z1]   Table of Contents (you're looking at it)
    [Z2]   Version Info
           [Z2.1] Latest Version
    [Z3]   Game Information
           [Z3.1]  Technical Info
           [Z3.2]  Game Premise
           [Z3.3]  Decoding My Directions
           [Z3.4]  Bare Bones Guide
    [Z4]   Basic Controls & Actions
           [Z4.1]  Link's Basic Actions
           [Z4.2]  Sword-Play
           [Z4.3]  Sailing
           [Z4.4]  Tingle Tuner
    [Z5]   Item Information
           [Z5.1]  Trading & Quest Items
           [Z5.2]  Great Sea Items
           [Z5.3]  Dungeon Items
           [Z5.4]  Collectible Items
           [Z5.5]  Special Items
    [Z6]   Walkthrough
           [Z6.1]  Outset Island & Pirate Ship
           [Z6.2]  Forsaken Fortress Part I
           [Z6.3]  A Stop at Windfall Island
           [Z6.4]  Dragon Roost Cavern
           [Z6.5]  Forbidden Woods
           [Z6.6]  Tower of the Gods
           [Z6.7]  Return to Hyrule
           [Z6.8]  Forsaken Fortress Part II
           [Z6.9]  Earth Temple
           [Z6.10] Wind Temple
           [Z6.11] Triforce of Courage
           [Z6.12] Ganon's Tower
    [Z7]   Heart Pieces
    [Z8]   Charts
           [Z8.1]  Treasure Charts
           [Z8.2]  Special Charts
           [Z8.3]  Triforce Charts
    [Z9]   Great Sea & Master Sea Chart
    [Z10]  Side Quests
           [Z10.1] Big Octos
           [Z10.2] Blue ChuChus
           [Z10.3] Great Fairy Upgrades
           [Z10.4] Sea Platforms
           [Z10.5] Rings of Light
           [Z10.6] Secret Caverns
           [Z10.7] Submarines
    [Z11]  Boss & Mini-Boss Strategies
    [Z12]  Enemy Bestiary
    [Z13]  Wind Waker Songs
    [Z14]  Shops & Vendors
    [Z15]  Mini-Games
    [Z16]  Nintendo Gallery
    [Z17]  Secrets & Rumours
    [Z18]  FAQs & Other Oddities
    [Z19]  Copyright, Thank-Yous & Contact Info
    
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                               *Latest Version*
    
    
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    Version 1.0
    April 18, 2010
    
    Corrected description of water uses under Great Sea Items.
    
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    Version 1.0
    April 11, 2010
    
    Added secret on a jump attack/spin attack sword move.
    
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    Version 1.0
    March 11, 2010
    
    Fixed minor error in Nintendo Gallery section--Forest Haven is in F6,
    not F7.
    
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    Version 1.0
    December 22, 2009
    
    Added extra bit of info to Fire & Ice Arrows upgrade under Great
    Fairies.  Can only be rewarded after Forbidden Fortress Part II is
    completed.
    
                    *~*~HAPPY HOLIDAYS & NEW YEAR 2010*~*~
    
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    Version 1.0
    November 30, 2009
    
    Corrected location of Heart Piece #6 in HP section (E2 not C2).
    
    Corrected method of retrieving Heart Piece #12 in HP section.
    
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    Version 1.0
    September 3, 2009
    
    Added cool new secret.
    
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    Version 1.0
    August 5, 2009
    
    Added secret on fighting Puppet Ganon.
    
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    Version 1.0
    July 3, 2009
    
    Added secret on rupee reward cave in Wind Shrine area.
    
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    Version 1.0
    June 14, 2009
    
    Added secret to solving glitch in saving at Ganon's Castle.
    
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    Version 1.0
    May 29, 2009
    
    Added alternative to claiming the Dragon Roost Island hidden rupee
    chest in the Secrets section.
    
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    Version 1.0
    May 28, 2009
    
    Walkthrough now available at GameSages.
    
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    Version 1.0
    May 5, 2009
    
    Unfortunately, Yahoo! is shutting down all free Geocities web sites
    this summer.  I have decided to close down all my Geocities web sites
    early to beat the rush in saving all my files.  Until Yahoo!
    officially dumps the sites, I've posted a short message there, but
    all content has been removed.
    
    Thank you for all of your support of my web sites for over 10 years!
    I will be considering a move to my own web site domain, but for now,
    you can access my video game FAQ/walkthroughs on GameFAQs.com and
    any other sites located in the Credits section.
    
    Many thanks & happy gaming,
    ~Megan~
    
    
    Added tip on getting the Empty Bottle from Mila within walkthrough.
    
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    Version 1.0
    April 20, 2009
    
    Added FAQ on catching Mila on Windfall Island.
    
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    Version 1.0
    April 12, 2009
    
    Happy Easter, or as I like to call it, Happy Bunny Day :oD
    
    Added alternative tip to opening up the Nintendo Gallery (in the
    Nintendo Gallery section).
    
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    Version 1.0
    March 2, 2009
    
    Added FAQ on the parry attack
    
    Walkthrough now available on Legends and Adventure- A Zelda Fan Site
    
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    Version 1.0
    February 7, 2009
    
    Added FAQ on accessing highest platform in Forest Haven.
    
    Added secrets on Dragon Roost Island rupee chests.
    
    Added secret on Pawprint Isle rupee chest.
    
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    Version 1.0
    February 4, 2009
    
    Walkthrough sections have been reformatted into paragraphs--thanks
    Chris!
    
    Added secret on accessing broken bridge on Outset Island.
    
    Added tip on fighting Ganon in Bosses section.
    
    Added secret on fighting Big Octos.
    
    Added tip for Cannon mini-game.
    
    Fixed error in Forbidden Woods, removing "(#?)" (no content changed).
    
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    Version 1.0
    January 24, 2009
    
    Added FAQ on saving after mastering the game.
    
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    Version 1.0
    January 14, 2009
    
    Walkthrough now available at ChapterCheats.com.
    
    Added FAQ on the Nintendo Gallery.
    
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    Version 1.0
    January 9, 2009
    
    Walkthrough now available at Vgnerd.com.
    
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    Version 1.0
    December 20, 2008
    
    Walkthrough now available on *NEW* website:
    http://www.geocities.com/nintendo_girl21sfaqs
    
    Old Zelda & Mario web sites have been removed.
    
    
                         *~*~HAPPY HOLIDAYS & NEW YEAR 2009*~*~
    
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    Version 1.0
    September 15, 2008
    
    Walkthrough now available on MyCheats.com
    
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    Version 1.0
    August 29, 2008
    
    Added FAQ on getting the Wind Temple boss key.
    
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    Version 1.0
    August 10, 2008
    
    Added Elixir Soup secret.
    
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    Version 1.0
    July 29, 2008
    
    Added FAQ on accessing Tower of the Gods with 8 Triforce Shards.
    
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    Version 1.0
    June 29, 2008
    
    Added FAQ on getting the Cabana Deed.
    
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    Version 1.0
    June 26, 2008
    
    Added FAQ on completing Lenzo's first pictograph task.
    
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    Version 1.0
    June 22, 2008
    
    Added FAQ on finding Makar at Forest Haven (pre-Wind Temple).
    
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    Version 1.0
    June 14, 2008
    
    Added 2 FAQs on finding Makar in the Wind Temple.
    
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    Version 1.0
    March 13, 2008
    
    Added FAQ on camera glitch.
    
    Rearranged format of version info so it comes after the table of
    contents.
    
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    Version 1.0
    February 17, 2008
    
    Added FAQ with comments on format.
    
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    Version 1.0
    January 30, 2008
    
    FAQ now available at CheatCodes.com
    
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    Version 1.0
    January 29, 2008
    
    Added FAQ on wallet upgrades.
    
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    Version 1.0
    January 25, 2008
    
    Added rumour about secret Link boss.
    
    Reformatted Secrets & Rumours section to separate them better.
    
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    Version 1.0
    January 18, 2008
    
    Walkthrough now available on CheatHappens.com
    
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    Version 1.0
    January 16, 2008
    
    Walkthrough now available on Kuponut.com.
    
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    Version 1.0
    January 13, 2008
    
    Added FAQ on fighting Mighty Darknuts.
    
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    Version 1.0
    December 31, 2007
    
    Added FAQ on full moon Treasure Chart.
    
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    Version 1.0
    December 22, 2007
    
    **HAPPY HOLIDAYS, FELLOW GAMERS**
    
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    Version 1.0
    November 23, 2007
    
    Added FAQ on accessing Dragon Roost Cavern.
    
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    Version 1.0
    November 16, 2007
    
    FAQ now available at Cheatingdome.com.
    
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    Version 1.0
    October 21, 2007
    
    Added correction to Beamos info under Enemies.
    
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    Version 1.0
    October 10, 2007
    
    I FINALLY got through all 1600+ e-mails (about 1500 of them spam) from
    my old e-mail account, which is now defunct.  Unfortunately, there
    were 3 e-mails about my walkthroughs sitting in my old inbox that
    got lost.  Two of them I posted and answered from memory, but
    I didn't reply to them personally, so if you are one of those
    three people, I sincerely apologize.  The third guy, especially.
    If you e-mailed me sometime in the last week and never heard back
    from me, chances are I lost your e-mail, so send it my way again
    and I'll get back to you this time, I PROMISE.
    
    Added FAQ on Baito.
    
    Fixed number of Heart Pieces under "Decoding my Directions".
    
    
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    Version 1.0
    October 8, 2007
    
    Happy Thanksgiving, Canada!
    
    Walkthrough now available at Gamerevolution.com.
    
    Still haven't recovered e-mails under old account yet.  Will get to
    that ASAP.  I'm sure there are just THOUSANDS of FAQ-related e-mails
    waiting for me :oP
    
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    Version 1.0
    October 6, 2007
    
    SHE'S BAAAAACK!
    
    If you've been wondering where in Mario's overalls I've been in the last
    week, well here's a breakdown:
    
    1)  I started teacher's college, 100x more demanding and so updates are 
    now going to be posted less often.  *Wipe away a tear*.  Hence, I've 
    posted a disclaimer under Contact Info.
    
    2)  My Desktop had a nearly fatal hard drive crash last week and luckily
    I managed to save all my highly important data on CDs before the comp
    blew up.  Just kidding...it died a noble death.
    
    3)  I bought a laptop (finally) and in between transferring my files,
    setting up a new e-mail address, and constantly calling Rogers and
    my local computer shop for solving all kinds of tech issues, I've
    neglected to update.
    
    4)  As for e-mails sent in the last week, they have not yet been read 
    or replied to.  Despite a near fatal hard drive crash, my old ISP should
    be able to restore all messages that were in my Inbox or sent in the last
    week,  *WHEW*.  If you fall in this category, please be patient as I catch
    up with my e-mail.
    
    Thanks for your patience and understanding.  I'll get back on things
    very soon, I promise :o)
    
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    Version 1.0
    September 22, 2007
    
    Added FAQ on Ghost Ship.
    
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    Version 1.0
    September 15, 2007
    
    Added FAQ on Outlook Island Triforce Chart.
    
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    Version 1.0
    September 11, 2007
    
    Added FAQ on Picto Box.
    
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    Version 1.0
    August 28, 2007
    
    Walkthrough now available on Gamesradar.com and Cheatplanet.com
    
    
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    Version 1.0
    August 20, 2007
    
    Walkthrough now available on SuperCheats.com and Neoseeker.com.  Also
    added links to my files on these sites from my Geocities site.
    
    
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    Version 1.0
    August 18, 2007
    
    Walkthrough "complete" to the best of my knowledge with side quest
    list information.
    
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                               *Technical Info*
    
    
    Genre: Action-Adventure, Fantasy
    Designer: Nintendo 
    Publisher: Nintendo 
    System: Nintendo Game Cube 
    ESRB Rating: E (Everyone) 
    Player(s): 1 
    Release Date: Dec. 13, 2002 (Japan), Mar. 24, 2003 (North America), 
    May 3, 2003 (Europe) 
    
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                                *Game Premise*
    
    
    Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker is the first Zelda game designed for Nintendo 
    Game Cube and the first to use cell-shaded graphics to give a more 3D look 
    to the game's animation. The game is set about one hundred years after 
    Ocarina of Time and centres on the adventures of a young boy who resembles 
    the famous hero Link after reaching the age of maturity and dressing in green 
    as per the town's custom. The goal of the game is to rescue your young sister 
    Aryll from the clutches of a monstrous bird and furthermore seal away the evil 
    spirit of Ganon as the Hero of Time did so many years ago. 
    
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                            *Decoding My Directions*
    
    
    All compass directions are based on the maps found on the game screen. 
    Basically, north = up, south = down, east = right, west = left, northwest 
    = up & left, northeast = up & right, southwest = down & left, and southeast 
    = down & right. 
    
    Sometimes I use a short form #x that means number of times to do something. 
    For example, 2x means "2 times". 
    
    You will also notice that at the top of each section of my walkthrough is a 
    tallied list of important items, weapons, and other things found in the 
    section, with a total listing beside it separated by //. For example, you 
    might have found two Heart Pieces in one section and had found two Heart 
    Pieces in the previous section(s), with a total of 44 in the game, so the 
    tally would look like this:  2 // 4/44. 
    
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                              *Bare Bones Guide*
    
    
    1) Rescue Tetra and complete Mako's "swabbie" test. 
    2) Disable searchlights at Forsaken Fortress. 
    3) Find Medli and Prince Komali at Dragon Roost Island. 
    4) Explore all possible rooms in the dungeons, defeating all enemies and 
       destroying all plausible barriers. 
    5) Find the Great Deku Tree at Forest Haven. 
    6) Get Bombs from Mako at ship docked on Windfall Island. 
    7) Find Jabun at Outset Island. 
    8) Place the three pearls at Southern, Northern & Eastern Triangle Islands. 
    9) Navigate the Tower of the Gods. 
    10) Descend into Hyrule and obtain the Master Sword. 
    11) Find Cyclos and get Ballad of Gales. 
    12) Obtain Fire & Ice Arrows from Fairy Queen. 
    13) Disable searchlights again at Forsaken Fortress. 
    14) Obtain Power Bracelets at Fire Mountain. 
    15) Learn Earth God's Lyric at Headstone Island. 
    16) Navigate Earth Temple with Medli. 
    17) Obtain Iron Boots at Ice Ring Isle. 
    18) Navigate Wind Temple at Gale Isle with Makar. 
    19) Free Tingle at Windfall Island. Get Tingle Tuner & IN-credible Chart. 
    20) Find the 5 Great Fairies for Bomb, Rupee and Arrow upgrades. 
    21) Obtain Bombs, Grappling Hook, Skull Hammer, Hyoi Pears, Picto Box, 
        Hero's Bow, Hookshot and Power Bracelets. 
    22) Obtain at least 21 Joy Pendants to get Cabana Deed from Mrs. Marie at 
        Windfall Island. 
    23) Fill in your Sea Chart by coaxing Merman with bait at sea. 
    24) Find the 8 Triforce Charts, get Tingle to decipher them, and find the 
        8 Triforce shards. 
    25) Re-enter Hyrule, navigate Ganon's Tower & defeat Ganon in 6 total stages. 
    
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                           *Basic Controls & Actions* 
    
    
    Here you will find tips on controlling Link and the different moves 
    required to navigate throughout the islands.
    
    
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                            *Link's Basic Actions*
    
     
    Walking/Running: Hold Control Stick forward 
    
    Jumping: Automatically jumps over gaps while running 
    
    Crouching/Crawling: R + Control Stick while in front of a tunnel 
    
    Rolling: Press A with Control Stick forward to roll. If you roll into 
    an object, you will kick it. 
    
    Sidling: A while against a wall and Control Stick left/right on a narrow 
    ledge 
    
    Hanging: Gently press Control Stick while standing on the edge of a cliff 
    to dangle on it. Press Control Stick left/right to move across while hanging. 
    
    Climbing: Press Control Stick up against ladder and hold to climb up. 
    Press stick down to climb down. 
    
    Lifting/Carrying/Throwing/Placing: Press A to lift an object. Use Control 
    Stick to move while carrying it. Press A again to throw. Press R to place 
    down gently. 
    
    Grabbing/Pushing/Pulling: Press R while against an object to grab hold. 
    Push Control Stick forward to push and back to pull. 
    
    Swinging: Jump to a rope to grab hold. Push Control Stick forward to gain 
    momentum. Press A to jump off. Press R to stop action. Hold R & use Control 
    Stick left/right to rotate and up/down to climb. 
    
    Swimming: While in the water, use Control Stick to swim. You can only swim 
    for a limited time. Watch Link's air gauge in the bottom right corner. 
    
    L-Targeting: Press L while close to a person/enemy/sign/important object to 
    target it (watch for a yellow arrow, it will turn red when targeted). Press A 
    to speak/read/check/attack. 
    
    Speaking/Reading/Checking: Press A while L-Targeting. 
    
    Camera Angles: Press C-Stick forward to zoom in and back to zoom out. Press 
    left/right to rotate camera around Link. Press L to return camera behind Link 
    (default). 
    
    Conducting: Assign Wind Waker baton to X, Y or Z, and press that button. Watch 
    the glowing dot move across the band of dots. When it reaches the middle dot, 
    move the C-Stick in the direction of the first note, then each note thereafter 
    for 3-note songs. To play 4 notes, hold Control Stick left and then play the 
    notes with C-Stick. For 6 note songs, hold Control Stick right and play notes 
    with C-Stick. 
    
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                                 *Sword-Play*
    
    
    Take Out Sword: Press B to remove sword from holster. Press A while still 
    to replace. 
    
    Horizontal Slice: Press B without L-targeting. 
    
    Vertical Slice: Press B while L-targeting. 
    
    Thrust: Hold Control Stick forward and press B repeatedly. 
    
    Spin Attack: Press and hold B to gain power. Release B to perform attack.
    
    Parry Attack: L-target and wait for A button to flash (a sound occurs as well). 
    Press A quickly for Link to automatically counterattack. 
    
    Jump Attack: Press A while L-targeting. 
    
    Defend: Press R to hold shield up in defense. 
    
    Sidestep/Backflip: While L-Targeting, push Control Stick left/right and press A 
    to sidestep. Hold Control Stick down & press A to backflip. 
    
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                                  *Sailing*
    
    When you befriend the King of Red Lions, he offers you his services as a 
    carrier sailboat. Press A while next to him to get in. Press A to get out. 
    While in the boat, assign your sail to X, Y or Z and press that button to 
    raise it up. Make sure the wind direction is set properly behind the sail 
    to move forward. While sailing, press R (with enough speed supporting you) 
    to jump over enemies or barrels. Press Control Stick left/right while 
    jumping to make sharp turns. With the sail down, press and hold R to cruise 
    forward (inching little by little). Rock the boat with the Control Stick to 
    push it a little further. Assign your Grappling Hook to X, Y or Z and press 
    that button to attach a crane to pull up treasure under the sea. Press your 
    Control Pad right to show a compass & clock. Press it left to hide it. 
    
    
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                                *Tingle Tuner*
    
    
    The Tingle Tuner is given to you by Tingle when you rescue him from the jail 
    cell at Windfall Island. This item can only be used if you have a GameBoy 
    Advance console. I haven't used this item before, but I will try and explain 
    how it works. 
    
    Assign the Tingle Tuner to X, Y or Z, and connect your GameBoy Advance console 
    to a control socket in the GameCube. Press the assigned button for the Tingle 
    Tuner to make a connection. A friend can play Tingle while you play Link, and 
    can use special items and uncover secret treasures. Press A to call Link, B to 
    use items, L + Control Pad to use map, R to return Tingle to Link or lock on an 
    enemy, Start to view item screen and Select to view GBA controls. 
    
    
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                          *Item & Weapon Information* 
    
    
    Below is a complete list of items & weapons you will come across (and some 
    that you will use quite often) while navigating the islands. 
    
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                              *Trading & Quest Items*
    
    
    Bait Bag: Purchased from Beedle's Shop Ship. Used to hold All-Purpose Bait 
    and Hyoi Pears, also purchased from Beedle. 
    
    
    Boat's Sail: Purchased from Zunari's Stall at Windfall Island. Used to sail 
    with the King of Red Lions. 
    
    
    Boomerang: Found in Forbidden Woods. Used as weapon or to target switches or 
    ropes.
    
    
    Cabana Deed: Given by Miss Marie in exchange for 21 Joy Pendants. Allows 
    access to Private Oasis (E5). 
    
    
    Complimentary ID: Given by Beedle when you reach 30 shop points (purchase 
    30 items, also called Silver Membership). Used once, for a verbal 
    compliment. That's it...?!? 
    
    
    Deku Leaf: Found in Forest Haven. Used to blow switches and enemies on 
    ground or to fly from a height. 
    
    
    Delivery Bag: Given by Chieftain in Dragon Roost Island. Used to hold 
    trading items like letters and Wandering Merchant stall products. 
    
    
    Empty Bottles: Four are found throughout the islands. Used to hold Potions, 
    Fairies, Water, and Forest Water. Given by Medli at Dragon Roost Island, 
    Beedle (purchased at Rock Spire Isle, B3, shop), Mila at Windfill Island 
    (catch her breaking into Zunari's safe), and Submarine prize at Bomb Island 
    (F5). 
    
    
    Fill-Up Coupon: Given by Beedle when you reach 60 shop points (purchase 60 
    items, also called Gold Membership). Used to replenish Life Gauge, Magic 
    Meter, Bombs or Arrows. 
    
    
    Forest Firefly: Found in Forest Haven. Can be bottled and brought to Lenzo 
    to upgrade Picto Box to Deluxe Picto Box. 
    
    
    Forest Water: Found in Forest Haven. Can be bottled and kept fresh for up 
    to 20 minutes. Used primarily to water Withered Deku Trees for a Heart 
    Piece. 
    
    
    Grappling Hook: Given by Medli at Dragon Roost Cavern. Used as weapon, but 
    mainly to swing across large gaps using poles or climb onto poles. 
    
    
    Hero's Bow: Found in Tower of the Gods. Used to shoot arrows (normal, fire, 
    ice or light) to defeat enemies or activate switches. 
    
    
    Hero's Charm: Given by Miss Marie at Windfall Island in exchange for 20 Joy 
    Pendants (after getting Cabana Deed). 
    
    
    Hero's Shield: Family heirloom given by Grandma at Outset Island when first 
    setting out on quest. 
    
    
    Hero's Sword: Given by Orca at Outset Island when first setting out on quest. 
    
    
    Hookshot: Found in Wind Temple. Used as weapon, but mainly to hook onto targets 
    from far away and pull yourself up. 
    
    
    Iron Boots: Found in Ice Ring Isle (E6). Used to weigh yourself down and walk 
    through wind gusts or destroy cracked floor tiles underfoot. 
    
    
    Letters: Found in various locations. Can be mailed to you or sent to someone 
    through the red Rito postboxes. 
    
    
    Magic Armour: Given by Zunari at his stall in Windfall Island for completing 
    the first half of the Wandering Merchant sidequest. 
    
    
    Master Sword: Found in Hyrule Castle depths. Used to upgrade sword and begin 
    second half of main quest, to defeat Ganon. 
    
    
    Mirror Shield: Found at Earth Temple. Replaces Hero's Shield. Used to deflect 
    attacks and reflect light. 
    
    
    Picto Box/Deluxe Picto Box: First found in Tingle's jail cell at Windfall
    Island. Used to take black-and-white pictographs. Can be upgraded after 
    completing Lenzo's three tasks and bottling a Forest Fairy. 
    
    
    Pirate's Charm: Given by Tetra. Used to communicate between Tetra and King of 
    Red Lions. 
    
    
    Potions: Four kinds. Red (refills Life Gauge), Green (refills Magic Meter), 
    Blue (refills both) & Elixir Soup (refills Life Gauge up to two times and 
    increases attack power x2 until first hit on you). Coloured potions are found 
    at the Chu Juice Jelly Shop in exchange for Chu Jelly after defeating the 
    corresponding coloured ChuChu enemy. Elixir Soup is free from Grandma after 
    reviving her later. All potions require an empty bottle to fill it. 
    
    
    Power Bracelets: Found at Fire Mountain (F3). Strengthens Link's lifting 
    ability. Can now lift giant stone heads. 
    
    
    Skull Hammer: Found at Forsaken Fortress (A1) on return visit. Used to hammer 
    down spiked pegs to allow access to blocked areas. Can also be used as a 
    weapon. 
    
    
    Spoils Bag: Given by Mako at pirate ship for first "swabbie" test on the way 
    to Forsaken Fortress. Holds collectible items: Boko Baba Seeds, Chu Jellies, 
    olden Feathers, Joy Pendants, Knight's Crests & Skull Necklaces. 
    
    
    Telescope: Given by Aryll at beginning of game as birthday present. Used to 
    scout far-off locations. Use Control Stick to move its view around and the 
    C-Stick to zoom in and out. 
    
    
    Tingle Tuner: Given by Tingle after you rescue him from the jail cell at 
    Windfall Island. Used to call Tingle for help via a GameBoy Advance hookup. 
    See Basic Controls and Actions page for more information. 
    
    
    Wind Waker: Given by King of Red Lions upon arriving at Dragon Roost Island. 
    A baton used to change wind direction and play other songs that perform 
    specific tasks. 
    
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                              *Great Sea Items*
    
    
    Bomb Plants: Found growing on various islands. Pluck them with A and they 
    automatically begin to detonate. Throw quickly to destroy boulders or wooden 
    barriers. They can be destroyed from a distance with your sword, arrows or 
    a rock. 
    
    
    Cannon Boats: Found sailing around various islands, especially important ones 
    to visit, and each reef island. Can bomb your boat when in sight. Use your 
    Cannon to sink them. They take 3 hits to sink. 
    
    
    Cyclone: Found on various islands. When you get the Hero's Bow, use arrows 
    to stun Cyclos and he will offer his services. If you get caught in one or 
    don't hit him in time, you will be redirected to another island. 
    
    
    Ghost Ship: Found at seven different islands depending on the phase of the 
    moon. Until you have the Ghost Ship Chart, you will sail right through it. 
    
    
    Holes: Open holes and blocked ones offer small rewards in their secret 
    underground chambers. Bombing certain boulders will reveal them. 
    
    
    Long Grass/Bushes: Use your sword (especially your spin attack) to cut grass 
    and bushes for minor rewards. 
    
    
    Narrow Ledges: Sidle along these paths to carefully reach the other side. 
    
    
    Postboxes: These red boxes are found on most major islands, left by the Rito 
    postmen of Dragon Roost Island. Use it to send and receive letters. If it 
    wiggles, you have mail. Postage applies while sending and sometimes when 
    receiving. 
    
    
    Rings of Light: Found across the Great Sea at night under a full moon, they 
    indicate a treasure is found directly beneath them. Often holds small rupee 
    prizes. When a Treasure Chart is open, a long ray of light will appear at its 
    exact location. 
    
    
    Rocks/Stone Heads: Small rocks are found scattered on almost every island. 
    They can be thrown about and often hold small rupees or items. Stone heads 
    cannot be lifted until you acquire the Power Bracelets. They block important 
    entrances. 
    
    
    Sea Platforms: Found within island quadrants, these wooden platforms with 
    skulls decorating the roost are manned by Bokoblins and sometimes Wizzrobes 
    or Floor Masters. Defeating these enemies often results in small rewards. 
    
    
    Stakes/Pegs: Wooden stakes or pegs usually block entrances. Acquiring the 
    Skull Hammer allows you to hammer them into the ground and allow access. 
    
    
    Submarines: Found within island quadrants, and usually within the site of 
    Old Man Ho Ho's telescope. These harbour enemies and other puzzles, usually 
    with Heart Piece or Treasure Charts as prizes. 
    
    
    Trading Quest Products: In trading with wandering merchants, flowers, flags 
    and small statues are sent to Zunari's Stall on Windfall Island. You use your 
    Delivery Bag to carry them. 
    
    
    Treasure Sphere: Found on land and sea. Left by enemies. Use boomerang or 
    sword to break it, releasing lots of minor rewards. 
    
    
    Trees: Vegetation. What else would they be? They can be used as hookshot 
    targets and one tree in Windfall holds a Joy Pendant. 
    
    
    Updrafts: Found along the Great Sea, they act as propellers for your Deku 
    Leaf while flying or small nuisances while sailing. 
    
    
    Water: H2O. Used for sailing, swimming, or pouring on brittle bomb plants
    to revive them for use. 
    
    
    Whirlpools: Indicates a Big Octo or found at Outset Island's back end. 
    Defeat the enemy quickly to avoid being swept away by the current. 
    
    
    Wind: Use the Wind Waker and play the Wind's Requiem to change wind 
    direction. Important for sailing. 
    
    
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                               *Dungeon Items*
    
    
    Baba Bud: Mostly found in Forest Haven & Forbidden Woods. Walk into one 
    and direct yourself with Control Stick. You will shoot out and land where
    pointed. 
    
    
    Light Beam: Use light sources to reflect beams off your Mirror Shield, 
    mirrors and Medli's harp to destroy statues and activate things. 
    
    
    Boss Door: Big wooden doors blocked by a gold star-shaped lock. Find the 
    Boss Key to open it for the final fight in a dungeon. 
    
    
    Boss Key: Found in blue and gold chest within the dungeon, leading to the 
    boss door. 
    
    
    Blocks/Crates: Can be pushed or pulled. Small crates can be used to weigh 
    down switches or thrown for small prizes. 
    
    
    Bridges: Wooden platforms held up by ropes that can be cut with your sword 
    or an enemy's weapon. Be careful when fighting on one. 
    
    
    Cable Platforms: Found in Forbidden Woods. Use your Deku Leaf to activate 
    pinwheels that move the platforms across large gaps. 
    
    
    Chests: Small chests contain minor rewards like rupees and collectable items. 
    Chests with spikes on top contain Heart Pieces, Treasure Charts or important 
    items. Fancy blue and gold chests contain Boss Keys. 
    
    
    Compass: Found in chest within dungeon. Used to show direction on map. Also 
    shows treasure chests, boss door, and location of partner if lost. 
    
    
    Cracked Floor Tiles: Found throughout, especially in the Wind Temple. Use 
    Iron Boots to break through. 
    
    
    Dungeon Map: Found in chest within dungeon. Used to show floor plans of 
    dungeon. 
    
    
    Eye Plaques: Found in Tower of the Gods. Use arrows to pierce the eye and 
    activate platforms. 
    
    
    Heart Container: A reward after defeating the dungeon's boss. Adds a full 
    heart to your Life Gauge. 
    
    Ice: Found in Ice Ring Isle. Link can walk across slippery paths and slide 
    along steep ones. 
    
    
    Lava: Found in various dungeons. If Link falls in lava, he will automatically 
    return to the last door he came through with damage in life gauge. Use water 
    pots and Ice Arrows to create temporary platforms across it. 
    
    
    Locked Doors: Collect Small Keys to open these doors. 
    
    
    Paralyzing Fog: Blue tinged fog found in Earth Temple. If it touches Link, he 
    loses control over his items and weapons temporarily. Use wind and light to 
    create safe paths through it. 
    
    
    Leaf Piles: Found in Forest Haven and Forbidden Woods. Use Deku Leaf to blow 
    them away for small prizes. 
    
    
    Pinwheels: Found in Forbidden Woods. Use Deku Leaf to activate them, in turn 
    moving cable platforms. 
    
    
    Poles: Use Grappling Hook on them to swing across large gaps. Can also be 
    climbed on with Grappling Hook. 
    
    
    Pots: Break with sword, grappling hook, hookshot or simply by throwing them, 
    often for rupees or collectable items. 
    
    
    Ropes: Jump to swing from them across large gaps. 
    
    
    Sealed Doors: A wooden beam often blocks doors in Forsaken Fortress. Defeat 
    enemies or activate switches to release it. 
    
    
    Small Key: Found in chests within dungeon. Used to unlock doors. 
    
    
    Spikes: Found in Forsaken Fortress. Avoid touching (obviously). Defeat 
    enemies or activate switches to disable. 
    
    
    Springboards: Found in Wind Temple. Climb up and use Iron Boots to spring up. 
    Use Deku Leaf (if necessary) to fly across gaps. 
    
    
    Switches: Three kinds. Pressure switches only require one jump on it from you. 
    Constant pressure switches need a weightier object (crate, pot, Armos statue) 
    to hold presssure. Simultaneous pressure switches need to be activated at the 
    same time by you and a partner/Armos Statue/crate/pot. 
    
    
    Torches: Used to illuminate dark rooms. Use Deku Sticks to light and create 
    torches you can run with. 
    
    
    Warp Jars: Blue, green and orange jars are found in dungeons to warp between 
    the beginning, middle and end of the dungeon, often in important rooms. If 
    blocked, bomb or torch to open up. 
    
    
    Water Pots: Can be thrown on lava to create temporary platforms. 
    Interchangeable with Ice Arrows. 
    
    Wind Crests: Found while searching for Triforce Charts. Play the Wind's 
    Requiem while standing on them to make a chest appear with a Triforce Chart. 
    
    
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                              *Collectible Items*
    
    
    All-Purpose Bait: Purchased at Beedle's Shop Ship. 10 rupees for a 3-piece 
    sample. Used to bribe Merman on the sea for Sea Chart info and/or free 
    shooting game, or to get pigs to dig in dark soil. 
    
    
    Arrow: Three kinds. Normal arrows are used as weapons or to activate switches. 
    Fire arrows can melt ice. Ice arrows can freeze fire. Light arrows are used to 
    attack Ganondorf. 
    
    
    Boko Baba Seed: Rewards from Boko Baba enemies. Bring to Hollo's Forest Potion 
    Shop to get Blue Potion. 
    
    
    Bomb: When you get your own batch, used to destroy blockage, attack enemies or 
    activate switches. 
    
    
    Chu Jelly: Three kinds. Red, Green and Blue Chu Jelly are collected from 
    defeating ChuChu enemies. Brewed at Doc Bandam's Chu Juice Jelly Shop in 
    Windfall Island for red, green & blue potion. 
    
    
    Deku Stick: Found in pots or by defeating certain Boko Babas. Used to create 
    torches to burn wood, defeat enemies or light stationary unlit torches. 
    
    
    Enemy Weapon: Enemies with swords or maces that you defeat leave behind their 
    weapon, which you can use as your own weapon for that room or to activate
    something. 
    
    
    Fairy: Found in pots or Great Fairy Fountains. Used to refill Life Gauge. 
    Collect in Empty Bottles to summon automatically when Life Gauge is empty. 
    
    
    Golden Feather: Left after defeating Kargorocs. Give 20 to a Rito in Dragon 
    Roost for a Heart Piece. 
    
    Hearts: Found in pots or left by enemies. Used to refill Life Gauge. 
    
    
    Hyoi Pear: Purchased at Beedle's Shop Ship. Used as bait to control 
    seagulls. 
    
    
    Joy Pendant: Found in dungeon chests, left by Bokoblins or randomly found 
    in pots. Collect 21 for Miss Marie's Cabana Deed, and another 20 for the 
    Hero's Charm. 
    
    
    Knight's Crest: Left by Darknuts or Mighty Darknuts. Give 10 to Orca in 
    Outset Island to learn Hurricane Spin Attack. 
    
    
    Magic Vial: Found in pots or left by enemies. In small and large sizes. 
    Used to refill Magic Meter. 
    
    
    Rupees: Found in pots or grass, left by enemies, or received by generous 
    people. Keep in wallet to purchase goods. Different colours represent 
    different amounts. Green= 1, Blue= 5, Yellow= 10, Red= 20, Purple= 50, 
    Orange= 100, Silver= 200. 
    
    
    Skull Necklace: Left by Moblins. Give 20 to Maggie's Father for a Treasure 
    Chart. 
    
    
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                               *Special Items*
    
    
    Din's Pearl: Goddess pearl given by Prince Komali after completing Dragon 
    Roost Cavern. Used to open Tower of the Gods from Northern Triange Island 
    (D3). 
    
    
    Farore's Pearl: Goddess pearl given by the Great Deku Tree after completing 
    Forbidden Woods. Used to open Tower of the Gods from Eastern Triangle Island 
    (F4). 
    
    
    Nayru's Pearl: Goddess pearl given by Jabun at Outset Island. Used to open 
    Tower of the Gods from Southern Triangle Island (D5). 
    
    
    Nintendo Gallery Figurines: Take pictographs of characters for display. See 
    Nintendo Gallery page for more info. 
    
    
    Pictographs: After finding the Picto Box, take black-and-white pictographs 
    of characters. Upgrade to the Deluxe Picto Box to shoot in colour. 
    
    
    Heart Pieces: Found throughout the islands, usually involving a puzzle or 
    sidequest of some sort. Each piece is a quarter heart. When you collect four 
    pieces, you complete another Heart Container for your Life Gauge. 
    
    
    Triforce Shards: After Tingle deciphers your Triforce Charts, they point to 
    the 8 locations of the shards that complete the Triforce of Courage. 
    
    
    Triforces: The second half of your quest is to obtain the Triforce of 
    Courage, one-third of the complete Triforce to defeat Ganondorf, who holds 
    the Triforce of Power, and rescue Princess Zelda, who has the Triforce of 
    Wisdom. 
    
    
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                                *Walkthrough* 
    
    
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                         *Outset Island & Pirate Ship* 
    
    
    Items/Weapons:  Telescope, Hero's Sword, Hero's Shield, Spoils Bag
    Heart Pieces:  0  //  0/44
    Treasure Charts:  0  //  0/41
    Special Charts:  0  //  0/12
    Great Fairies:  0  //  0/8
    Empty Bottles:  0  //  0/4
    Songs:  None
    
    Watch the opening cinema of the backstory of Legend of Zelda.  In the faraway 
    future, a century after Ocarina of Time, a new hero has emerged.  Continue to 
    watch the story unfold until you gain control of the young boy, whom I will 
    refer to as Link throughout, though his name is the same as the name you 
    entered in the file screen.  
    
    Head down the ladder and across the pier, then to the rightmost house.  Inside 
    is Grandma.  Climb the ladder to talk to her.  She will give you the 
    traditional green clothes from the Hero of Time legend.  When that's finished, 
    head outside and back to the watchtower.  Aryll will give you her telescope for 
    the day as your birthday present.  Press Start and assign it to X, Y or Z.  
    Press that button to use it.  Use the Control Stick to move it around and use 
    the C-Stick to zoom in & out.  Centre on the house, then the red postbox to see 
    Quill, the Rito postman.  He starts to flap his wings in fear.  Look up to see 
    a giant bird holding a young girl in his claws.  A pirate ship shoots the bird 
    down, sending the girl flying into the back forest.  This is your cue to save 
    her.  But, with what?  
    
    Head down the pier and look for the house with an old man sitting on the second
    floor.  Get close and he'll show you how to L-target.  You can go up to his loft
    and learn about basic controls from his notes (or see my Basic Controls & 
    Actions page).  Head through the bottom door to meet Orca, the ancient 
    swordsman of the island.  Begin his tutorial to learn about swordplay (see 
    also my Basics page).  He lets you keep the Hero's Sword used in the lesson.  
    At this point, you can play a little game.  Crawl near the three pigs running 
    around the island and carry them to the pig pen in the back farm where Rose is 
    standing.  Talk to her and she'll give you 20 rupees for each pig you bring 
    her.  
    
    You'll also need a small cache of...cash.  Crawl under the porch of Grandma's
    house into a basement.  Open the chest for an Orange Rupee.  You can also try 
    fighting Orca for more rupees, but this proves difficult for now.  Head 
    towards the watchtower, then turn right near a sign and up a short cliff to 
    another sign.  Chop down the trees and long grass, then head up to a peak 
    area.  Go along the bridge, hopping over the gap and enter the Forest of 
    Fairies.  
    
    You'll see the young girl hanging from a tree branch.  Head right 
    up the winding path and down to find a Bokoblin enemy.  Defeat it with your 
    sword.  You can also collect a Red Rupee by crawling through the log there.  
    Hop onto the stump and jump up to the next level.  That boulder blocks a 
    Great Fairy Fountain you'll re-visit later.  Walk the inclined log to an open 
    area.  Defeat two more Bokoblins and Tetra, the girl, will awaken...and fall.  
    Ouch.  You'll follow her and a minion back outside.  The next minute is quite 
    sad.  That big ugly bird swoops down and flies away with Aryll, who came by 
    to say hi.  Now the first half of your quest is established: to find & rescue 
    Aryll.  
    
    Quill will speak on your behalf to the cheeky pirates.  You just need 
    a shield to complete the ensemble.  Head back to Grandma's house and up the 
    ladder.  The family shield is taken down.  Climb back down and Grandma will 
    offer it to you.  It's old, but it will do for quite a while.  Head back to 
    the beach and talk to Tetra to climb on board.  She sends you to Niko, so 
    take the door up front and then down the stairs to the open lit door in front 
    of you.  Niko is thrilled he is no longer the "swabbie", the low end of the 
    ranks.  He will give you a big prize if you complete his first "swabbie" 
    test.  This is good practice for later on.  Jump to each lantern rope and 
    adjust your position to jump off and land on the platforms.  See Basics for 
    more info on how to swing.  Make your way across to Niko, who rewards you 
    with the Spoils Bag.  After that, the ship has arrived at Forsaken Fortress.  
    Go back through the door to the dock and climb up the long ladder to the 
    crow's nest.  Soon, you will be placed in a barrel, ready for catapult! Hold 
    your breath, count to 3, and GERONIMO!
    
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                          *Forsaken Fortress Part I* 
    
    
    Items/Weapons:  Pirate's Charm
    Heart Pieces:  1  //  1/44
    Treasure Charts:  0  //  0/41
    Special Charts:  0  //  0/12
    Great Fairies:  0  //  0/8
    Empty Bottles:  0  //  0/4
    Songs:  None
    
    Upon landing (against a wall) at Forsaken Fortress, you lose your sword, but 
    don't worry, we'll get it back!  You will gain the Pirate's Charm, which 
    allows you to communicate with Tetra and the King of Red Lions (you'll meet
    him later).  You'll have to go under the cover of darkness for now.  Go up the 
    stairs and pick up a barrel to hide in it.  Avoid being seen by enemy guards 
    and searchlights, otherwise you'll be thrown in jail.  
    
    If you are caught at any time, you are thrown into a cell.  To escape, climb 
    on the table and jump to the ledge.  Throw away the pot and crawl through the 
    tunnel.  Follow it straight to the end and continue north until you come to 
    where you left off.  
    
    Your goal for now is to disable all the searchlights to reach the upper floor
    where Aryll is being held captive.  Hiding in the barrel, take the stairs up,
    avoiding the searchlights.  Along a blue path is a ladder.  Climb up to the
    first searchlight.  Since you don't have your sword, use the Deku Sticks found
    in a pot to defeat the Bokoblin guard.  When he's gone, climb back down and go 
    right through the door.  It would be good to grab a Heart Piece here.  Drop 
    down to the first floor room.  Lift the barrels in the corner and step on the 
    switch it blocked to open a jail cell.  Inside is a chest.  Open it for the 
    Heart Piece (#1).  
    
    The easiest way to get back to the second floor is to get caught by the Moblin
    guards and escape from the jail cell (see instructions above).  You'll see a 
    swinging rope and a chest.  Open it for the Dungeon Map, then swing across the 
    room and take the left door.  Go left onto the balcony, then climb up to the 
    second searchlight.  Defeat the Bokoblin as you did before, then climb back 
    down and go left through the door.  Open the chest by the barrels for the 
    Compass.  
    
    Swing across the room and take the door there.  Go left onto the balcony and
    take the winding path to a ladder.  Climb up to the third searchlight and defeat
    the Bokoblin once again.  Be sure to collect any Joy Pendants that these guys
    sometimes leave behind.  Climb back down and take the left door.  Swing across
    the room and take the door there.  Go left onto yet another balcony to find a 
    crate.  Push it off the edge to create a stepping stone to the ladder in the 
    main courtyard.  Take the north door.  This room requires good hiding 
    techniques.  Use the barrel to hide and sneak past the Moblins walking around 
    this room.  Don't move when a Moblin is close by.  A warning grunt will sound 
    if you're close enough.  Sneak up to the big wooden door just across the room 
    and go on through.  
    
    Take the stairs up until you find a barrel.  Use it to sneak past the single
    Moblin patrolling the floor.  Go forward and you'll come to a narrow ledge.
    Sidle across it, then across another gap collecting the hearts.  Go up the 
    stairs to find your sword lying there.  Grab the sword, then fight the Shield 
    Bokoblin guard.  When he's gone, go through the door to the cell to find 
    Aryll.  However, the joyous reunion is soon broken as the Helmaroc King grabs 
    you.  You will witness your first (albeit subtle) glance at Ganon before the 
    big bird throws you into the Great Sea.
    
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                           *A Stop at Windfall Island* 
    
    
    Items/Weapons:  King of Red Lions, Sail, Tingle Tuner, Picto Box, Wind Waker, 
    Delivery Bag
    Heart Pieces:  1  //  2/44
    Treasure Charts:  2  //  2/41- #s 7, 23
    Special Charts:  1  //  1/12- Tingle's Chart
    Great Fairies:  0  //  0/8
    Empty Bottles:  1  //  1/4
    Songs:  None
    
    You are soon rescued by a beautifully crafted red boat in the shape of a 
    dragon and lion.  This is the King of Red Lions, and he will be your single 
    mode of transportation from here on out.  He tells you all about the return 
    of Ganon and what you must do next to rescue Aryll.  You are currently 
    stationed at Windfall Island.  I would consider this the hub of the entire 
    Great Sea, a large, lively town with plenty of small quests and fun 
    adventures to fulfill.  For now, there is not much you can do, but once you 
    acquire certain tools you will a busy little green man!  
    
    First of all, let's get that sail.  Cross the river to the island's shore,
    then walk through the arch to the market area.  Make sure you have at least
    80 rupees, otherwise cut up the grass and smash some pots until you come up
    with the dough.  Go up the stairs and around until you find a merchant stall
    run by a little man in a parka.  Talk to him (Zunari) and he will tell you all
    about his plight.  He will not specifically say he has a sail, but buy his
    remaining item for 80 rupees, and it will indeed be a sail.  
    
    Before sailing on, you can acquire some things here with the little skill
    that you have.  Walk around the perimeter of the marketplace to find a
    gravestone with a dancing man in front.  Across from him is a door.  Enter to
    find Tingle, a recurring character from Majora's Mask, locked in a jail cell.
    Step on the switch in the corner to free him.  He will give you the Tingle
    Tuner and Tingle's Chart.  The chart is a rough drawing showing you where to
    find his private island.  This will come in handy later.  The Tuner is only
    useful if you have a Game Boy Advance (see Game Info for details).  Don't exit
    just yet, but go into Tingle's cell and pull the crate out.  Crawl through
    the hole and navigate the small maze.  Just avoid wooden trapdoors guarded by
    purple mice.  Push the C-Stick up to use the point-of-view angle to see what's
    ahead of you.  If you see Rupees, collect them.  It means you're on the right
    track.  Soon, you'll come to a cove with a chest.  Open it for the Picto Box.
    To exit, crawl back out or purposely crawl on a trap door to be escorted out.  
    If you fall through a trap, you'll land next to your boat who will explain 
    how to use the sail.  
    
    Now that you have the Picto Box, you can take black-and-white pictographs.
    You can also apply to be an assistant to Lenzo at the Pictography Shop.  In
    the market area, look for a door with a camera above it.  Enter and talk
    to Lenzo.  Explore his gallery upstairs, then talk to him back at the front
    desk and he will give you a total of three tasks to reach the rank of assistant.
    For the first task, stand by the tree opposite the red postbox in front of the
    marketplace.  Wait for a man in red overalls with dark hair to pass by and stop
    at the mailbox.  Aim your camera at him (with full body in the frame, focused
    clearly) and snap a photo just as he mails a letter.  Take the photo to Lenzo
    and show it to him to pass the first task.  For the second task, enter the cafe
    adjacent to Zunari's Stall.  Inside is a man sitting at a table.  Stand near
    him and bang into the wall to smash some china.  He startles and gets the
    shakes.  Aim your camera at him (with full body in the frame) while he's still
    shaking and snap a photo.  If you smash all the pots without getting a good
    shot, exit and try again.  Take the photo when you have it to Lenzo to pass the
    second task.  For the third and final task, stand by the lighthouse across from
    a lady in an orange dress.  Wait for a man to pass by from behind the staircase.
    Aim your camera at the couple (with both full bodies in the frame) and snap a
    photo just as they glance at each other.  Take the photo to Lenzo to pass the
    full test and receive a Joy Pendant.  It doesn't mean much now, but later when
    you visit Forest Haven, you can get your Picto Box upgraded.  
    
    The last thing you can do is play the Squid Hunt minigame at the lighthouse.
    Enter the door near the orange dress lady and talk to Salvatore to play.  For
    10 rupees each, you play a game similar to Battleship.  Choose a quadrant and
    fire a bomb.  If it gets marked X (Splash!), you missed.  If it gets marked
    with an explosion (Kaboom!), you got a hit.  Continue to fire along the line
    (up/down or left/right) to complete the hit on a single squid.  If you hit all
    three squids within 24 shots, you win a Heart Piece (#2).  Win a second time for
    a Treasure Chart #7.  Win (either for the second time or later) with a new high 
    score to get a second Treasure Chart (#23).  If you run out of shots, you 
    lose.  If you run out of money, you can always try again later.  
    
    Now, you must set sail for the destination marked on your Sea Chart.  Find your
    boat at the dock in front of Windfall and hop in.  Set your sail to the X, Y or 
    Z button and press that button to put it up.  For help on sailing, see Game 
    Info.  Just a quick note about Treasure Charts:  I will mention the location 
    of Charts that contain Heart Pieces as part of the walkthrough, however not 
    all Charts contain Heart Pieces.  The others contain varying rupee rewards, 
    listed in my Treasure Charts page.  To get those locations, see that page and 
    collect those at any time throughout, especially when you need cash.  
    
    Anyway, sail east to quadrant F2.  Check your Sea Chart by pressing the Control
    Pad up to check your direction.  If you spot a long colourful boat, that's 
    Beedle's Shop Ship, where you can purchase bait.  When you approach F2, the 
    King of Red Lions will tell you a bit about Dragon Roost Island and the 
    happenings occurring here.  He will also give you the Wind Waker baton, an 
    extremely useful tool (I mean, it has to be for the game to be named for it!).  
    He will offer a short tutorial on how to conduct.  This can be tricky on your 
    first try.  For help on conducting, see my Basic Controls & Actions page.  
    
    Go up the pathway at left.  Read the sign for info on the Bomb Plants.  Pluck
    one and set it by the big boulder there to blow it up.  Continue bombing
    boulders up and around the walkway until you reach a narrow ledge.  Sidle
    across it to the blue rupee, then hop down to the plateau underneath.  Bomb the
    stone block to clear a path with the blocks below, then take the doorway next
    to the postbox.  Go up the path to find Quill, who invites you inside.  Walk up
    some more and into the Rito Aerie.  
    
    Inside, talk to the Chieftain in the middle of the main floor.  He will tell
    you about Valoo and his son Komali, and finally give you the Delivery Bag.
    Now you need to find the Rito page, Medli.  Take the winding path up to the
    second floor and into the first open doorway with a guard.  Talk to the young
    girl and she will give you a letter from the Chieftain to give to Komali.  To
    find the prince, drop down to the main floor and go through a cave opposite the
    main entrance.  Go through the door at the end to reach his room.  You'll notice
    he's holding a goddess pearl.  Give him the letter and he'll ask (more like
    challenge) you to investigate the Cavern and see what's bothering Valoo.  
    
    On the first floor, go left and through a guarded door to the cavern's entrance.
    Jump off the broken bridge to find Medli.  She will ask you to throw her up onto
    the ledge leading to the cavern.  Pick her up and stand on the small rock peak.
    Face the bridge and wait for the debris in the air to blow towards the ledge.
    When it does, throw her forward and she will fly.  When she lands, she will give
    you an Empty Bottle and run into the cavern.  Now, are you just going to stand
    there and let her go in by herself?  I think not.  
    
    Fill your new bottle with water from the spring, then climb the bridge like a
    ladder up to the top.  Empty the bottled water on a withered Bomb Plant to
    refresh it.  Pluck it and toss it below on the giant boulder (a la Ocarina of
    Time).  If you miss, you can keep trying with the same Bomb Plant.  When the
    boulder is destroyed, the spring overflows, creating a river.  Jump in and swim
    to the ledge where Medli stood.  To cross the lava, use the Bomb Plants and toss
    one into each statue's pot to knock them over, creating platforms.  Bomb the 
    right first, then the left (by standing on the right platform).  Hop across and 
    enter Dragon Roost Cavern.
    
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                            *Dragon Roost Cavern* 
    
    
    Items/Weapons:  Grappling Hook, Din's Pearl
    Heart Pieces:  1  //  3/44
    Treasure Charts:  2  //  4/41- #s 11, 39
    Special Charts:  0  //  1/12
    Great Fairies:  0  //  0/8
    Empty Bottles:  1  //  2/4
    Songs:  Wind's Requiem
    
    Once inside, pull the leftmost statue block forward, then the middle one to 
    the left to open a passageway.  Defeat the two Bokoblins here, then steal one 
    of their Deku Sticks.  Light it from the flaming torch, then light the two 
    unlit ones to make a chest appear.  Open it for a Small Key.  Use it to open 
    the locked door to the north.  Go forward and slash the rotting wooden beams 
    to reach a multi-leveled main room.  
    
    Go left around the perimeter and drop down at the second, big gap.  Pull the 
    block out and climb up to get across the bridge.  Go around and hop to the 
    suspension bridge, timing it so you aren't baked by the pillar of lava.  Bomb 
    the boulder at the end of the bridge and enter the door.  Use the water pots 
    to create temporary platforms across the lava pool.  Make your way left to the 
    chest and open it for the Dungeon Map.  Create a path to the south end.  Climb 
    the ladder slightly to lure a Red ChuChu down and defeat it.  Climb up all the 
    way and enter the door.  Watch out for the Bokoblin who bursts through the 
    wooden beams.  Defeat it and pick up his sword.  Shatter the west beams with 
    it, then move southwest to a ledge.  Lure and defeat the ChuChu enemies.  Smash 
    the next set of beams with the Bokoblin's sword.  Open the chest for a Small 
    Key.  
    
    In the northwest, go through the door back to the main room.  Use a rock or pot 
    and toss it at the Bomb Plants growing on the wall to destroy a boulder.  Go 
    west to a locked door and open it with your key.  Go west and then south to 
    the wooden beams and a Shield Bokoblin will spring out at you.  Defeat him, 
    then use his Deku Stick to light it from the torch, then burn the beams to 
    the northwest.  Step on the switch to open the sealed door, then enter it to 
    the outside.  
    
    Cross the bridge, being careful when fighting the Bokoblin not to cut the
    bridge's cords.  Climb the ladder about halfway and wait for the horizontal
    lava plume to pass, then continue up.  Defeat the Kargoroc enemy and collect
    the Golden Feather it leaves.  Sidle along the ledge and watch out for another
    lava plume.  Don't get too close, and time your moves well.  Around the boulder,
    hang from the next ledge and shove along to the other side.  Go up the rocks
    to the Bomb Plants and use one to blow the large boulder blocking a door.
    Head through, back to the inside.  
    
    Pull the middle block forward, then climb up and continue pulling the middle
    one to create steps up to the top.  Enter the door there.  Defeat or bait the
    rats if you can.  Pull out the north block and get up on the landing.  Open
    the chest for the Compass.  Smash the pots for a Deku Stick and light it.
    Throw it across the room to burn away the wooden beams.  Climb up the ladder
    and open the chest for a Small Key.  Use it to unlock the north door.  You'll
    arrive outside again.  Head up the stairs, jumping over the gaps.  Lure the
    Kargoroc out of its nest and defeat it.  Collect the Small Key in the nest and
    use it on the south door.  
    
    Smash a pot for a Deku Stick and light it.  Defeat the Keese enemies until
    they're all gone.  Light the centre torch and open the chest for a Joy Pendant.
    Burn the wooden beams and light both torches at that end to unseal the door.
    Go through to the upper level of the main room.  Bomb the boulder on top of
    the second Warp Jar (the first one is back in the very first room).  Go across
    the bridge and through the door.  Defeat the Bokoblin and smash all the pots
    in the room.  To smash the high ones, ram into the wall to knock them down.
    Defeat two more Bokoblins hiding in pots.  When all are defeated the sealed
    door opens, but before you enter, light the torch to the west to reveal a
    chest with a Treasure Chart (#11).  Then climb the ladder, get the Joy Pendant
    from the high pot, then enter the door.  
    
    Leap to the centre platform and defeat the Magtail with a parry attack.  Use a 
    water pot to create a platform elevator over the giant pillar of lava.  Use 
    it to reach the third floor and hop off onto a wooden ledge.  Open the door 
    to the next room.  You will see the boss door ahead, but you're not nearly 
    finished here yet (sorry!).  Bomb the boulder blocking the third Warp Jar, 
    then bomb the boulder blocking a door.  Enter it to the outside where you 
    will spot Valoo atop the cavern.  Quickly ascend the stairs as they crumble 
    behind you and enter the door at the top.  You will find Medli trapped in a 
    cell in a fighting arena.  Defeat the two Shield Bokoblins.  Then a Kargoroc 
    will drop a single Moblin from the sky.  Defeat it and collect its Skull 
    Necklace.  Medli is freed when all are defeated.  
    
    Talk to her to receive the Grappling Hook. This is another extremely useful
    item that allows you to swing across gaps and can be used in your boat to
    grab treasure under the sea.  Follow Medli up the path and grapple along,
    using the poles.  Keep moving along until you reach the beams.  Smash them
    with your sword, then drop down to the area before the stairs.  Face the
    opposite way (left) and grapple along the poles until you reach a door.  Enter 
    and go along the bridge west to reach a Bokoblin.  Be careful when fighting on
    the bridge.  Defeat him, then the Shield Bokoblin in a pot.  A chest will
    appear below you.  Light a Deku Stick and torch the ropes holding the bridge
    up to collapse it.  Open the chest for a Joy Pendant.  Take the west door.
    Go along the narrow pathway to the birdcage.  Stand on the platform there and
    do a sword spin attack to sever all its ropes at once.  You'll crash down to
    the first floor.  Hop to the northeast and leap across until you find a ladder.
    Climb up and go along the path to a sealed door.  To unseal it, grapple the
    bar above which will trigger the door.  Leap off backwards to the previous
    ledge and enter the door.  Grapple the pole overhead, stop swinging, turn
    right, and swing to the landing.  Jump across the platforms, then grapple and
    swing to the landing and through the door.  You will find a chest surrounded
    by flames and a switch.  Use the Magtail to hold down the switch.  Instead
    of defeating it, slash its eye to curl it into a ball and place it on the
    switch to put out the flames.  Quickly open the chest for the Boss Key.  Now
    we're talking! 
     
    Backtrack two rooms and take the ladder at left down to the birdcage platform,
    take it up, and head through the east door.  Use a water jar in the southeast, 
    then ride the elevator platform to the third floor.  Hop across to the door.  
    Once outside, grapple along to the door, and back to the room before the boss.
    Before fighting him, you can easily backtrack using the Warp Jars to get a
    Treasure Chart (#39).  It's best to do it now than later.  Use the Warp Jar
    to reach the very first room and go forward once.  Go southwest to another
    room.  Find the northeast cove and grapple across.  Smash the wooden beams
    and open the chest for a Treasure Chart.  Backtrack across and through the
    two previous rooms to the first room.  Take the Warp Jar to the second one,
    then through that Warp Jar to the room before the boss.  Grapple across and
    defeat the Magtail there and open the chests for rupees, fairies, and a
    Knight's Crest.  It's a good idea to bottle a fairy in case of emergency.  
    
    Save your game, then enter the boss door.  You will fight Gohma, a spider boss 
    originating from Ocarina of Time who fights with fire and fists.  Use the 
    Grappling Hook to latch onto Valoo's hanging tail, then swing back & forth.  
    Let go, aiming for the high platforms on either side to gain safety.  This 
    cracks Gohma's armour.  Repeat two more times to shatter the armour.  On the 
    ground, grapple its eye to stun it, then slash with your sword.  Two to three 
    eye attacks should defeat it.
    
    Collect the Heart Container and step into the warp when you win the fight.
    Upon arriving, Komali gives you Din's Pearl, the first goddess pearl of your
    quest.  Medli mentions about the Wind Shrine before running off to Komali.
    Go through the opening and wade across the water to the shrines.  Take out your
    Wind Waker to learn the Wind's Requiem.  Soon, Zephos the first Wind god
    appears to tell you about his brother Cyclos' rage and the importance of the
    Wind's Requiem.  Return to your boat to learn your next destination.  With the
    Wind's Requiem and Grappling Hook in your possession, you can acquire another
    Empty Bottle and some Heart Pieces.  
    
    Unfortunately, your boat will not allow you to sail too far without 
    completing the next dungeon.  In the Rito Aerie at Dragon Roost Island, you 
    can play a fun minigame at the post office.  Talk to Koboli at the desk at
    the end of the top floor to gain a job at the mail centre.  Toss the letters 
    in their matching slots for 30 seconds.  If you match 10 correctly, you get a 
    raise.  Then, you must sort 20 letters.  Once you do that, sort 25 letters to 
    get another pay increase.  For more details, see my Mini Games page.  If you 
    go outside and come back in, Baito will be working the desk.  If you sort 25 
    letters for him, he will give you a letter to mail.  Put it in the postbox 
    (BTW, if it ever wiggles, check it for your own mail) outside the Aerie 
    (postage costs 5 rupees) and the next morning you will get a Heart Piece from 
    his mother (#7).  
    
    Set the wind south using the Wind's Requiem before getting in the boat, then 
    sail to F5 (Bomb Island).  On the way, you'll encounter Merman, a large fish 
    who will offer his help in improving your Sea Chart.  To get Sea Charts for 
    all the islands, you'll need to offer bait when you spot and L-target him on 
    the sea (see my Sea Chart page for more info).  You can buy bait and the Bait 
    Bag from Beedle (see Shops page).  At Bomb Island, find the submarine near 
    the shore and enter it.  Once inside, defeat the Bokoblins to reveal a chest.  
    Open it for an Empty Bottle.  That was easy!  Unfortunately, that's it for 
    now.  You must complete the next dungeon to continue.  Sail south to F6 
    (Forest Haven).
    
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                              *Forbidden Woods* 
    
    
    Items/Weapons:  Deku Leaf, Boomerang, Farore's Pearl, Deluxe Picto Box, 
    Bombs, Nayru's Pearl
    Heart Pieces:  16  //  19/44
    Treasure Charts:  13  //  17/41- #s 1, 15, 34, 3, 10, 9, 29, 24, 17, 22, 14, 
    28, 8
    Special Charts:  1  //  2/12- Submarine Chart
    Great Fairies:  2  //  2/8- Big Magic Meter, Rupee Upgrade
    Empty Bottles:  0  //  2/4
    Songs:  Song of Passing
    
    As you approach Forest Haven, the King of Red Lions will briefly explain your 
    goals here. Climb up and go along to the right, fighting the Boko Babas along 
    the way. Turn left and up to the ledge with a gap leading to two waterfalls. 
    Grapple the overhead pole and swing to the ledge. Deflect the Octorok's 
    attack back to it to defeat it. Hop across to a ledge with another Boko Baba. 
    Defeat it, then hop to the middle platform. Defeat another Octorok from afar, 
    then grapple and swing to the shallow water at the entrance to Forest Haven. 
    If you fall into the water along the way, swim around left to the first 
    ledge. 
    
    Upon entering Forest Haven, go right and climb up the small waterfalls. Head 
    around to dry land and find the Great Deku Tree in the middle of the forest. 
    Several ChuChus will appear, hiding within the tree. Ram into the tree's base 
    to knock them off, then defeat them all. When all are gone, the Tree will offer 
    his thanks and further assistance. The Koroks appear with bad news that one of 
    their own, Makar, is lost in the Forbidden Woods. The Great Deku Tree offers 
    Link a useful item, a Deku Leaf, which he grows on a high perch atop a bough of 
    his. To reach it, hop into the Baba Bud near the tree's base and propel 
    yourself forward into the next one. Shoot yourself through four Buds until you 
    reach a leafy platform. Grapple the pole and swing into the next Baba Bud. A 
    few more Buds and you reach the Deku Leaf.  This item allows you to temporarily 
    "fly" using wind direction and wind gusts to reach high, out of place areas. It 
    can also be used on ground level to stun enemies, blow piles of leaves for 
    minor rewards or activate pinwheels. Any use of the leaf requires magic power, 
    measured on your new Magic Meter. 
    
    Staying on this ledge, look for the ledge with grass shaped like 
    an arrow and glide with the Deku Leaf to that spot. Cut the grass for Magic 
    Vials to refill your meter. Take the doorway outside. To reach the Forbidden 
    Woods, walk forward from here and set the wind to the southwest (with the 
    Wind's Requiem). Glide with your Deku Leaf to a nearby hill. From there, 
    refresh your magic meter and set the wind northwest towards the gargantuan 
    cavern nearby. Time your initial leap to glide over the cyclone circling the 
    hill. Use it to gain height, then continue gliding to the Forbidden Woods. If 
    you fall into the water, you will unfortunately drown, not being near any 
    land. You will end up back at the entrance to Forest Haven and will have to 
    backtrack all the way inside and up to the hill.  But if you hit a flying
    enemy and fall, you will be back at the last cliff you flew from.
    
    Once inside the Forbidden Woods, defeat the ChuChus to clear space. Open the
    chest to the northeast for the Dungeon Map. A sealed door lies to the north.
    To open it, pluck a large seed in the back left corner and face the sealed
    door. Make sure the blue flower on the organic lock is open. Toss the seed
    directly at it to destroy it and enter the door. This is the main room with
    several levels (like the big lava room in Dragon Roost Cavern). Hop into the
    Baba Bud nearby, shoot to the northeast and glide with your Deku Leaf to the
    next closest Baba Bud. Watch out for the thorny vines sticking out of the
    walls. If you fall into the basement level, you can navigate it pretty easily.
    Just use the Baba Buds and glide with the Deku Leaf to eventually reach the 
    ledge on the next level up.  On the bottom level, you can also defeat the Boko 
    Babas and ChuChus, light a Deku Stick from the torch and burn the sealed 
    chest for a Knight's Crest.  
    
    Use the Baba Buds and Deku Leaf to make your way up to the second floor to
    the north where you will find another sealed door. Defeat the Chu-Chus near 
    the Bomb Plant, then pluck it and set it by the door. Move to open the blue 
    flower in time and the barrier will be blown away. Enter the door. 
    
    Face the pinwheel and use your Deku Leaf on the ground to activate it, 
    sending a cable platform your way. Hop to it and face the door you came from. 
    Use the Deku Leaf to move across the room and enter the door there. Defeat the 
    Peahats and Boko Babas to find a single Baba Bud near a tall stump. Hop in and 
    take the next Baba Bud (now on the third floor) to the north platform with a 
    sealed door.  Activate and ride the cable platform to the opposite end (same 
    way as before). Smash the beams with your sword to reveal a large seed. Pluck 
    it and place it on the platform beside you. Ride the platform back and toss 
    the seed from a distance at the sealed door to unlock it, and enter. 
    
    Another large seed sits in the middle of the room, but thorny vines block your 
    way to it. Blow it with your Deku Leaf to the opposite end of the room, then go 
    around the vines, toss the seed at the door and enter. Move counter-clockwise 
    to the southeast platform and grapple/swing to the east. Hop across the moving 
    platforms carefully to reach the north end. Pick up the large seed there, hop 
    to the middle platform, and to the west end. Unlock the door with the seed and 
    enter. You can fall into the ravine to get a Yellow Rupee from the chest and 
    encounter some harmless Morths. Climb back up and go through the next door. 
    This can be tricky. There are waves of thorny vines blocking certain paths 
    around this room. You need to reach the south side where you'll find a Bomb 
    Plant. Carefully navigate around the vines to the southwest, then use the Baba 
    Bud to fly to the south. Bomb the wooden beams to an alcove and open the chest 
    there for the Compass. Bomb another wooden beam alcove slightly elevated to the 
    right. 
    
    Vines block your way, so navigate around to that spot on the other side. Open 
    the chest there for a Small Key. The easiest way to backtrack out of this room 
    is use the Baba Buds and glide with your Deku Leaf to nab small prizes, then 
    land at the east door. 
    
    Backtrack one more room to the big room with several doors. Go to the north
    end and unlock the door there, entering it. Defeat the two Peahats if need
    be, then ride the cable platform across and through the door there. Defeat
    the two Boko Babas and a Wingless Mothula. Use a Baba Bud to shoot up to the
    leafy platforms, and launch up to the fourth floor. Head through the north
    door. You must fight a Mothula here. Slash with your sword continually to
    pluck its wings and finally hit its body. Open the chest for your reward, the
    Boomerang. To exit this room, target the two crystals above the sealed door
    with your Boomerang and activate them, which unlocks the door. Go back to the
    previous room. Head to the south end and target both flowers on the door's
    lock with your boomerang, destroying them. If you want a Joy Pendant, read on,
    otherwise go through the door here. To get the Joy Pendant, grapple the 
    overhead pole at the north end, pull yourself up to stand on it, and grapple 
    the next pole. Swing to the west platform and ride the moving platforms. Leap 
    east from the highest point to a small cove with a chest. Open it for a Joy 
    Pendant. 
    
    In the next room, there are many dangling pinecones in the middle of the room. 
    Chop them down with your Boomerang to clear a path. Glide with your Deku Leaf 
    to the south. Open a chest for another Joy Pendant, then go through the door. 
    Glide to the southwest and blow away the leaves there to unveil the second 
    Warp Jar (the first being in the very first room). Target the boomerang on 
    the vines holding up a flower-shaped platform to bring it down to the 
    basement level. Hop waaaay down onto the flower and go through the west door. 
    
    Use the Boomerang to take out the Peahat and Morths in this room. Jump across 
    the platforms to the northwest side. Watch out for ChuChus and grabbling 
    cables. Quickly go through the door there. Jump onto the large flower and 
    beyond it to the chest. Open it for a Yellow Rupee, then cut down this flower 
    with your Boomerang and drop down onto it (deja vu?) Defeat the Octorock from 
    afar, then face east and blow the Deku Leaf to move along the water. Defeat 
    the next two Octoroks, then blow to the north to continue. Jump onto the 
    south ledge and continue through the door (avoiding the enemies there). The 
    door behind you seals shut, but there is no battle. Go up onto the large 
    stump in the middle of the room and target each crystal surrounding it with 
    your Boomerang. If you hit them all, the alcove underneath you in the stump 
    opens. Drop down and open the fancy chest for the Boss Key. Defeat the two 
    Moblins that appear and collect their Skull Necklaces. Once defeated, a door 
    unlocks. Grapple the pole above the stump platform and swing to the door, 
    then through it. You're now above a previous room. 
    
    Drop down and go forward (back through the northwest door) to the floating 
    brown flower. Cut it down again and drop. Bomb the wooden barrier on the door 
    to the northeast and go through it. Defeat the three Peahats and leap across 
    two platforms to the north. Defeat a second set of Morths and Boko Babas with 
    your boomerang. Get onto the northwest platform and take out the next Boko 
    Baba. Use the Baba Bud left behind to launch up to the north (you might need 
    the Deku Leaf to propel you up further). Activate the pinwheel and ride the 
    cable platform the opposite way. Pluck the Bomb Plant and run across the 
    cable platform, dropping it in the centre of the large tree trunk in the 
    middle, destroying the barrier over a chest inside. Drop into the tree trunk 
    and open the chest for a Treasure Chart (#1). Exit the trunk by crawling 
    through the tiny opening, then exit and backtrack two more rooms. Chop down 
    (from way above) and take the brown flower down the river, through the door, 
    grapple/swing to the door above the stump, then down and through the east 
    door. 
    
    To reach the boss door, activate the pinwheel and hop into the Baba 
    Bud, launching and gliding, using the updraft in the middle. Glide to the 
    second floor and target the blue flowers on the sealed door at east with your 
    Boomerang. Enter and defeat the two Wingless Mothulas. Open the chest for a 
    Joy Pendant, then go through the next door. Light a Deku Stick found in the 
    pot and burn the boards covering the third Warp Jar. To get one more Treasure 
    Chart (#15), warp to the first room, then go north to the next room. Use the 
    Baba Buds and Deku Leaf to ascend two floors in the same room. Use the north
    end's Baba Bud to reach the northeast Baba Bud, then glide to the southwest 
    corner. Target the blue flower on the chest to destroy the barrier and open 
    the chest for a Treasure Chart. 
    
    Drop to the basement and launch up to the first floor. Backtrack one room and 
    take the Warp Jar, then the next one to the boss door room.  Slash the pinecones
    for hearts and bottle the fairy.  Save your game, then enter the boss door to 
    fight Kalle Demos, a Boko Baba plant with extensive tentacles that lash out at 
    you.  Run when they begin to flash.  Use your boomerang to aim and cut down the 
    tentacles holding the plant up on the ceiling.  They regrow quickly, so make 
    haste and cut them all to expose the plant body.  Slash with your sword 
    continually.  You may get swallowed up by the plant, but don't worry, it's 
    worth it to keep attacking.  Repeat this about 2-3 times to defeat it.
    
    Collect the Heart Container and step into the warp when the boss is defeated. 
    The Great Deku Tree will give you Farore's Pearl, the second goddess pearl of 
    your quest. Makar will lead the Korok's festival with a song. Collect a 
    Forest Firefly in your empty bottle (they are small balls of light that shine 
    a strong light on the walls), then make your way up to the Deku Leaf platform 
    on the Great Deku Tree. Glide to the lone Baba Bud, then to the platform ahead,
    then use that Baba Bud to glide and reach a higher spot on the Deku Tree.  
    Finally, glide to the highest ledge in Forest Haven behind you. Exit to the 
    outside. Change the wind direction to face the island you see in a short 
    cutscene (southeast). Glide with the Deku Leaf to the hill, using the C-Stick 
    to change to a bird's eye view. When your shadow appears safely on the hill, 
    you can drop knowing you will land. Open the chest for a Treasure Chart (#3).
    
    Before moving on to your next destination, there are MANY sidequests 
    to fulfill. If you're willing to do them all, here are my instructions. 
    Please be aware that they can be completed at any time, but now is the time 
    to get my help on doing them :o) Along the way, you would also be wise to get 
    Sea Chart info from Merman for each island.  And don't forget to set the wind
    direction with the Wind's Requiem before sailing.  
    
    If you happen to find (at any time) a boat with a hook and four seamen on 
    board, that is the Salvage Corps. Talk to them to get Treasure Chart #34.
    This will randomly occur during your travels and there seems to be no way
    of knowing where they will be at any one time. 
    
    Check the mailbox near your boat to get a Heart Piece (#3) from the Chieftain 
    of Dragon Roost Island.  Now sail far north to F1 (Seven-Star Isles). Look for 
    circling seagulls with your telescope and sail to that spot. Defeat the Big 
    Octo with your Boomerang. Use the Grappling Hook while over the glowing spot 
    and pull up a Heart Piece (#15). 
    
    Now, sail west to E1 (Crescent Moon Island). First, open Treasure Chart #11 
    and use the chart's map to find the spot. Pull up a Heart Piece (#4) at that 
    spot. On the island itself, climb up to the top peak where you'll find a lone 
    chest with a Treasure Chart inside (#10). Around the island, there should be 
    a Submarine. Enter it and defeat Miniblins until the four torches are lit. 
    Climb the ladder at the end and open the chest for Treasure Chart #9. 
    
    Once outside, sail southwest to D2 (Windfall Island). Once here, head into 
    the marketplace and enter the Pictography Shop. Give Lenzo the Forest Fairy 
    to upgrade to the Deluxe Picto Box, which takes colour pictographs. Exit the 
    shop and head up the staircase to the mansion. Stand on the railing facing 
    Lenzo's shop, set the wind to blow towards it, and then, using the Deku Leaf, 
    glide to the upper door above the shop and enter. Open the chests here for a 
    Purple Rupee and Treasure Chart #29. Crawl through the hole between the chests 
    to wriggle out of a picture frame on the wall. Carefully get close to Lenzo 
    and Minenco without being caught. Take a photo of them together in the same 
    shot (both full bodies in frame). Once you have the photo, show it to Pompie 
    and Vera (talk to them twice), the gossipy women near Zunari's stall. They 
    will give you Treasure Chart #24. 
    
    You should also learn the Song of Passing. Go to the gravestone at the top
    of the hill surrounding the marketplace to find Tott, a dancing man. Take
    out your Wind Waker and he will teach you the Song of Passing. This song
    allows you to move ahead to day or night, and to pass a day or more if
    needed for side quests. 
    
    Sail south two quadrants to D4 (Six-Eye Reef). Find the Submarine in this
    quadrant and enter it. Once inside, defeat the Moblins to make a ladder drop.
    Climb up to a chest with a Heart Piece (#9). Sail south three quadrants to D7
    (Two-Eye Reef). Find and defeat the Big Octo in this area to reveal a Great
    Fairy who will upgrade your magic meter to its highest level. 
    
    Sail east to E7 (Angular Isles). To get Heart Piece (#13), you must navigate
    the block structure that is the island. Climb onto the larger isle and pull
    out the movable block halfway as a stepping stone. Climb onto the second level
    and find another moveable block. Push it off the edge and hop to it. Pull it
    to climb and reach the next level up. Pull the block from a stack of two just
    halfway so you can step up on both. You'll reach the top where you can open
    the chest for the Heart Piece. Also in this quadrant, open Treasure Chart #15
    and find the treasure's spot to pull up Heart Piece #20. 
    
    Sail east to F7 (Boating Course). Set the wind accordingly and use the Deku
    Leaf to glide to the smaller isle across from the finish line. Drop into the
    hole to a secret cavern. This is a tricky task. You must target and hit all
    three crystal switches with your Boomerang while being attacked by a wave of
    Miniblins. All I can suggest is to wipe out a bunch, then quickly target and
    throw your Boomerang at one crystal at a time. There is no way to knock out
    all the enemies, so just keep your wits about you and you'll finally get it. 
    Activating all three makes a chest appear and inside is the Submarine Chart. 
    Exit quickly via the warp before the Miniblins spear you to death (ouch). 
    
    Sail east again to G7 (Five-Star Isles). Find the Submarine and enter it. 
    Defeat the Bokoblins and Keese (just to get them out of the way) to make a 
    ladder drop. Climb it and open the chest for Heart Piece #14. Sail north 
    five quadrants (sorry) to G2 (Flight Control Platform). All you can do here 
    is the Bird Man's Contest at the platform itself. You will need a lot of 
    rupees. See the Mini-Games page for more details. If you win, you get Heart 
    Piece #16. 
    
    From here, sail west four quadrants to C2 (Spectacle Isle). Here you can play
    the Cannon mini-game (see that page for details). Win once to get Heart Piece
    #5. Win again to get Treasure Chart #17. Sail north to C1 (Northern Fairy
    Island). Find the Submarine and enter it. You can easily avoid a fight by
    swinging across the lantern ropes to the end. Be sure to aim your swings
    properly. If you drop, climb the ladder back up to avoid the Moblines unless
    you want their Skull Necklaces. At the end is a chest with Treasure Chart #22.
    Also in this quadrant, open Treasure Chart #24 and find the treasure's spot.
    Pull up a Silver Rupee. 
    
    Sail south two quadrants to C3 (Tingle Island). Find and defeat the Big Octo
    here. Pull up Heart Piece #17 from the ring of light it leaves behind. 
    
    Sail southwest to B4 (Greatfish Isle), marked in blue on the Sea 
    Chart. On shore, you will bump into Quill from Dragon Roost Island, who will 
    tell you about Ganon's destruction of this island and where the fish god 
    Jabun is hiding. At this point, the weather turns dark & rainy, so it's very 
    hard to continue with the side quests until the weather clears up. While 
    here, climb up the winding path of the small isle here and set the wind west. 
    Glide with the Deku Leaf to the top of the next isle over. Hop over next to
    a steep wall and set the wind to the north. Glide around left along the isle's 
    edge to a cove with a chest. Inside is Heart Piece #18. 
    
    Return to Windfall Island (D2). You will find the pirate's ship docked here.
    Approach the Bomb Shop in the southwest and go around to the back side. Sidle
    along the narrow ledge, then climb the vines to reach a secret opening. Crawl
    through to the inside where you will spy on the pirates robbing the shop.
    Remember the password mentioned in the conversation. It changes with each game.
    You will need to enter the ship. Once they're all gone, exit the shop and climb
    the hill surrounding the marketplace to hop on board the ship. Try entering the
    cabin door and you will be prompted for the password. Enter the password and
    watch your spelling! 
    
    Upon entering, find Niko on the bottom level in the same room as before. He 
    will offer you the bombs stolen from the shop if you pass his second "swabbie" 
    test. Like the first test, swing from rope to rope until you reach Niko. This 
    time, there are no platforms to rest on, so time and line up everything 
    accordingly. When you reach Niko, open the chest to receive Bombs, the 
    ability to hold your own stock. They also work on board your boat as a 
    cannon. Exit the ship and get into the King of Red Lions. 
    
    Set the wind southwest and sail to Outset Island (B7), your home town. While
    there, you can take a bottled fairy to Grandma to rejuvenate her. She will 
    reward you with Elixir Soup and offers this service continually afterwards. 
    Take the boat around to the back of Outset until you get caught up in a 
    whirlpool. Quickly use the cannon and fire at the top, middle, and then 
    bottom of the cracked wall. Aim when close to get better shots.  Three hits 
    to each section and it's destroyed.  When the whirlpool subsides, you'll 
    sail into the cave to meet Jabun. After a conversation in Hylian, you are 
    given the third goddess pearl, Nayru's Pearl. 
    
    While here, you can complete a couple of side quests. Go up the path to 
    Forest of Fairies where you rescued Tetra. The bridge is now completely 
    destroyed. Set the wind towards the forest (west), stand on the rock peak 
    behind Old Man Ho-Ho, and glide with your Deku Leaf straight to the entrance. 
    Navigate the forest to find a boulder blocking the Great Fairy Fountain 
    (sound familiar? I mentioned it before). Bomb the boulder with your own stock 
    and enter the hole. You will receive a Rupee Purse upgrade, allowing you to 
    hold up to 1000 rupees. Another upgrade is to come later.  You can also 
    bottle some fairies.  Exit the forest and find Orca's house (the bottom door 
    of the split-level house). This mini-game is quite fun and fairly simple, 
    though it gets more difficult as you go along. During the battle, hit Orca 
    100 times to get a Purple Rupee and the rank of Knight. Hit him 300 times to 
    get a rupee prize. The ultimate goal is 500 hits to get Piece of Heart #43. 
    Use the parry attack often as it counts as two hits. If he hits you three 
    times, the battle is over. You can exit any time if you get tired. If you hit 
    him 999+ times, you'll reach the rank of Master (see Mini-Games page). 
    
    Now that you have bombs, you can get another Heart Piece. Sail northeast to C5 
    (Stone Watcher Island). Find the Sea Platform and destroy the cannons from your 
    boat with the Boomerang to reveal a chest. Climb up to the platform and open it 
    for Heart Piece #19. Sail south two quadrants to C7 (Headstone Island). Find 
    the Submarine and enter. Defeat the Bombchu (rats holding bombs) with your 
    Boomerang (to avoid being blasted by lone Bomb Plants with your sword). When 
    you defeat them all, a ladder drops, leading to a chest with Treasure Chart 
    #14. The ladder behind you will be blocked by fire until you defeat the 
    Bombchu. Once you do, the fire is extinguished. Also on the island itself, if 
    you have a Hyoi Pear, take control of a seagull and fly him into a Heart Piece 
    (#12) atop the peak. Release control to collect the Heart Piece. 
    
    Now, sail west two quadrants to A7 (Horseshoe Island). On the island itself,
    use the Deku Leaf to blow the big seeds into the holes to disable the wall
    of thorny vines. Continue until the end and glide to the centre platform with
    a chest. Inside is Treasure Chart #28. Also on this island, find and drop into
    a hole to a secret cavern. Defeat the Mothula and two Wingless Mothulas to
    reveal a chest with Treasure Chart #8. 
    
    Sail north to A6 (Diamond Steppe Island). Find and defeat the Big Octo and pull 
    up an Orange Rupee from the ring of light. Also, open up Treasure Chart #23, 
    find the treasure's spot and pull up Heart Piece #11. 
    
    Sail northeast to E2 (Pawprint Isle) and slash the grass around the dome 
    structure to reveal a crawlspace. Wiggle your way through it and drop into 
    the hole. Defeat the ChuChu enemies inside and look around until you find a 
    chest with Heart Piece #6. Also, you can bomb the boulders and find a chest 
    with a Purple Rupee and another with a Joy Pendant. 
    
    Exit the cave and sail southwest to D3 (Northern Triangle Isle) and approach
    the small statue. You automatically place Din's Pearl in the statue's hands.
    Sail south two quadrants to D5 (Southern Triangle Island) and place Nayru's
    Pearl. Finally, sail northeast to F4 (Eastern Triangle Island) and place
    Farore's Pearl to complete the triangle. The statues break, revealing goddess
    statues that send beams across the Great Sea, creating a triangular Triforce
    image. A tall tower emerges from the sea: Tower of the Gods, located in
    quadrant E4. Sail into the entrance to begin another dungeon quest.
    
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                             *Tower of the Gods* 
    
    
    Items/Weapons:  Hero's Bow
    Heart Pieces:  0  //  19/44
    Treasure Charts:  2  //  19/41- #s 30, 6
    Special Charts:  0  //  2/12
    Great Fairies:  0  //  2/8
    Empty Bottles:  0  //  2/4
    Songs:  Command Melody
    
    The first room is filled with water and the tide rises and falls on occasion.  
    There is no wind, so the sail is pretty useless.  Just cruise with the R 
    button to navigate the floor.  Head to the southeast corner and at low tide 
    get up and go through the door.  Defeat the yellow ChuChu with boomerang and 
    sword.  At low tide, push the southeast crate west to line it up with the 
    cracked wall.  At high tide, bomb that wall and hop into the alcove to 
    collect minor rewards and the Dungeon Map from the chest.  Four yellow 
    ChuChus drop to the floor.  At low tide, defeat them as you did before.  If 
    you want a Joy Pendant, move a crate to the northeast wall, bomb the crack, 
    and collect it inside.  
    
    Go back to the previous room and sail northeast.  At high tide, get up to the 
    sealed door.  Pick up a statue and place it on the pink switch to open the 
    door.  Enter and defeat another yellow ChuChu.  Drop into the recess and wait 
    for low tide.  Place a crate on the pink switch to create a bridge across the 
    gap.  Climb the ladder up and wait for the beginning of low tide.  Cross the 
    bridge and pick up a statue.  Wait for the beginning of low tide again and 
    carry it across the bridge.  Notice the glowing symbol on the door, which 
    indicates you can carry this kind of statue through it.  Go through and take 
    it to the blue and gold tile in the left corner.  Place it there and a gate 
    rises in the east end.  
    
    Sail to the east to a sealed door.  Wait for high tide to get up.  Place two
    statues on the two pink switches to unseal the door and enter it.  The middle
    of this room has a number of large and small crates and the tide continues to
    rise and fall.  During low tide, push and pull the crates in this order (from
    the door you came through to the other side):  small gap, crate, large gap,
    two crates side by side, small gap, three crates side by side, large gap at
    the end.  Climb up and smash a pot to get a Deku Stick.  Wait for the 
    beginning of high tide, light it from the torch and jump across to the other 
    side.  Light the two torches to make a chest appear.  Open it for a Small Key.  
    Avoid or defeat the yellow ChuChus and return to the previous room.  
    
    Sail to the west end and use the boat's cannon to bomb the cracked wall in
    three places to open up a new area.  Swim to the northwest and enter the
    door there.  Defeat the Red Bubble (or avoid him) and run to the chest which
    contains the Compass.  Exit back one room.  
    
    If you want a Joy Pendant, it's very easy (if not, skip to the next 
    paragraph).  Take the south stairs and defeat the yellow ChuChu.  Smash a pot 
    on the opposite side to get a Deku Stick and wait for low tide.  Light the 
    stick from the torch and light the two torches to the southwest.  Open the 
    chest for a Joy Pendant.  
    
    At low tide, unlock the southwest door.  Defeat the ChuChus to reveal a magic 
    stairway.  Take it to a statue and pick it up.  At low tide, carry it on the 
    stairs and out the door.  Bring it upstairs and place it on the blue-gold 
    tile.  This redirects the waterfall to the opposite end, revealing an opening 
    in the statue.  Sail to that spot in front of the entrance and climb up to 
    the opening at high tide.  
    
    Defeat the rats, then pick up a statue.  Avoid the Beamos by running on its 
    left side when the revolving light is past you.  Avoid the Beamos light and 
    run to the opposite end.  Place the statue on a switch, then repeat the 
    process once more.  Stand on the third switch yourself to activate vertical 
    platforms.  Take them up to the second floor.  Go through the door at top.  
    Smash pots for prizes, then take the east door in this room.  Defeat the 
    yellow ChuChu and take the platform through the door there.  Go along the 
    magic platform to a statue.  Read the tablet, then press R to call it.  It 
    will follow you!  Follow the path under the magic bridge to the southwest 
    corner, then lift the statue and hop to the west door.  Take it through the 
    door, onto a moving platform.  Go through that door and the statue will hop 
    to a pedestal on its own.  A stone tablet rises in the middle.  Read it and 
    take out your Wind Waker to learn the Command Melody.  This is a simple but 
    unique tune that will allow you to control a subject and use their powers, if 
    any.  In the tower, you will be controlling these statues.  Later, you will 
    control live partners.  
    
    Go through the west door, now unsealed.  Defeat one or both of the Red Bubbles, 
    then grapple & swing forward through the west door.  Grapple again across the 
    room to another statue.  Call it with R and it will follow you.  Stand on the 
    switch to the southwest to activate a magic bridge.  Play the Command Melody 
    to control the statue.  Walk it across the bridge to the other side safely and 
    press R to release control.  As Link, grapple across the room, pick up the 
    statue and go back a room.  Place the statue on the switch at northwest to 
    unseal the south door.  Your boat will call you with info on this.  
    
    Leave the statue there and grapple the pole, swinging to the south and 
    through that door.  You enter an arena area with a single Darknut.  These 
    enemies are tough, but very fun to fight (IMO).  Use the parry attack to 
    shed its armour, then fight like a brave.  Be sure to collect its Knight's 
    Crest.  Defeating the Darknut reveals a chest with the Hero's Bow and 30 
    normal arrows.  Go back a room to find the Red Bubbles.  Defeat them with your 
    arrows, then aim at the eye plaque on the north wall.  Once you hit it, 
    platforms that move east/west appear.  Grapple to the west, pick up the 
    statue and carry it across the platforms to the east and through the door.  
    The statue automatically hops to its pedestal, unsealing the north door.  
    Go through it.  
    
    Defeat the Keese flying around, then drop to the east side and through the 
    door there.  Defeat the Red Bubbles with arrows, then jump onto a moving 
    platform.  Hop to the platform nearest the eye plaque.  Shoot an arrow at 
    the eye to move the platform up/down.  Ride it up and open the chest there 
    for a Small Key.  
    
    For another easy Joy Pendant, take the vertical platform to the next chest 
    and shoot the eye plaque to the south.  The platform will move left/right.  
    Take it and shoot another eye plaque above the west door.  A chest will 
    appear at the south end.  Ride the platform there and open it for the Joy 
    Pendant.  
    
    Glide to the west side with your Deku Leaf and through the door 
    there.  From here, you can get a Treasure Chart.  Climb up the ladder & 
    stand on the west platform and bomb the cracked wall to reveal a door.  
    Once you're through it, stand on the blue wind-crest tile and play the Wind's 
    Requiem to reveal a chest with Treasure Chart #30.
      
    Avoid or defeat the Armos Knights, then exit the room.  Climb up the ladder 
    and toss two statues (non-activated) onto a platform to weight it down.  Hop 
    to the other platform and through the north door.  Climb onto the block and 
    hop towards the electric barrier.  In mid-air, glide with your Deku Leaf over 
    the barrier.  Summon the statue with R and play the Command Melody.  Walk the 
    statue through the barrier (it will be unharmed) and onto a pink switch in 
    the middle, turning off the electricity.  Press R to release control and 
    carry the statue back a room.  Put the statue down and defeat the Wizzrobe 
    with arrows.  Across the room this time, throw three small statues on a 
    platform and, carrying the big statue, hop onto the other platform.  Hop to 
    the door and enter.  The statue hops to its pedestal.  
    
    This time, since all three statues are placed, a beam of light emerges from
    the middle.  Before taking the warp, you can get another Joy Pendant and a
    Treasure Chart.  
    
    Take the east door and defeat the Wizzrobe here.  Ride the platform and shoot 
    the south eye plaque to activate another platform.  Jump to it and ride it to
    the south door.  Inside, defeat two Armos Knights.  Open the chest for a Joy
    Pendant.  
    
    Exit back 2 rooms & go through the south door.  Ride the platforms down to 
    the first floor.  Dash past the Beamos and through the door back to the main 
    water room.  Sail to the northwest corner and through the door there where you 
    got the Compass.  In this room, shoot the eye plaque on the west wall to open 
    up an alcove.  Open the chest there for Treasure Chart #6.  That was easy...but 
    several Armoses appear after.  Avoid or defeat them, then take the door out.  
    
    Sail back to the north opening across from the entrance, then past the Beamos 
    and up the platforms.  Take the door back to the pedestals and pink warp.  
    Take the warp to the third floor.  Collect items in the pots using your 
    Boomerang, avoiding the Beamoses.  In the south end, use the statues (available 
    at the north end by the sealed door) to hold down two of the pink switches, 
    then stand on the third to deactivate the electric barrier.  Open the fancy 
    chest there for the Boss Key.  When you get the key, the Armoses come alive.  
    Defeat them to unseal the north door.  Take it outside (!).  
    
    Climb the stairs and take out the Kargoroc, collecting its Golden Feather.  
    Several Beamoses line the stairs.  These are different from the ones you 
    encountered earlier.  Get close to the first Beamos, but not directly in its 
    path.  When its laser is shot out, destroy the light source with an arrow to 
    dismantle it.  Destroy the next Beamos, then avoid the regular Beamos with the 
    revolving light.  Take out two more blue laser Beamoses, then run past two 
    regular ones guarding the boss door.  Collect some goodies, save your game, 
    then enter the door to fight Gohdan.
    
    Gohdan is a robotic head and two hands designed by the prophetic gods as a test.
    Its main attacks are fire and pushing you into the electric barriers.  Fire two
    arrows each at the eye on each hand to disable them.  Then, fire two arrows 
    into each red eye of the robot's head.  Lastly, toss a bomb into its mouth.  
    Repeat this about 2-3 times to defeat it.  If you run out of arrows, the head 
    will sniff some out its nose.
    
    Collect the Heart Container and step into the warp when the fight is over.  You 
    reappear at a bell tower.  Climb the ladder and grapple the bell to ring it.  A 
    light appears at the base of the Tower and you will sail into it.
    
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                              *Return to Hyrule* 
    
    
    Items/Weapons:  Master Sword
    Heart Pieces:  5  //  24/44
    Treasure Charts:  4  //  23/41- #s 40, 16, 4, 37
    Special Charts:  1  //  3/12- Beedle's Chart
    Great Fairies:  3  //  5/8- Bomb Upgrade, Second Bomb Upgrade, Second Rupee 
    Upgrade
    Empty Bottles:  1  //  3/4
    Songs:  Ballad of Gales
    
    Welcome back to the ancient land of Hyrule, where the original Hero of Time 
    made his presence known about 100 years ago.  The town is submerged under the 
    sea, and the castle stands out among the remains.  Your boat drops you off at 
    the entrance to the castle.  Go inside and everything appears frozen in time.  
    In front of the Hero of Time statue are three large triangular blocks.  Your 
    boat will summon you about this.  You must arrange them around the points on 
    the ground to form a Triforce symbol over the marks on the floor.  Pull out 
    the blocks and turn them around to form the Triforce.  There is really no 
    strategy involved, just keep moving them around.  Eventually you will form 
    the symbol, opening up a basement level.  
    
    Go down through the passage and approach the light in the middle of the room.
    Link soon pulls the legendary Master Sword from its pedestal, bringing colour,
    and unfortunately a gang of enemies, back to Hyrule.  Exit the room and
    prepare for a long battle.  Defeat all 10 Moblins and 7 Darknuts to disable
    the electric barriers that block both exits.  Collect their Skull Necklaces
    and Knight's Crests (handy Spoils Bag items for later).  When all 17 enemies
    are defeated, the barriers are released.  You can go through the opposite exit
    to get a small overview of Hyrule.  You will return here later.  Take the exit
    behind the Hero of Time statue to return to your boat.  Cruise into the light
    to return to the Tower of the Gods.  
    
    Now that you have the Hero's Bow, you can get a number of side quests completed
    before moving on.  Firstly, get the most important one: the Ballad of Gales.
    Sail to D3 (Northern Triangle Island) and approach the giant cyclone.  Cyclos,
    brother of Zephos who taught you the Wind's Requiem, appears.  Shoot him with
    arrows three times to defeat him.  He will teach you the Ballad of Gales, an
    incredibly useful warping song that allows you to reach nine important
    destinations in mere seconds (see Songs for a listing).  This will shave off
    oodles of sailing time.  
    
    Warp to Windfall or Outset Island.  Check the red mailbox if it's wiggling to
    get Beedle's Chart, which shows the locations of all his shop ships.  Warp to
    E4 (Tower of the Gods) and sail north to E3 (Eastern Fairy Island).  On the
    island, bomb the boulder and drop through the hole within the conch shell.
    Inside is a Great Fairy Fountain, where you get a bomb upgrade.  You can now
    hold 60 bombs.  Warp to D6 (Southern Fairy Island) and on that island, bomb the
    wooden gated conch shell and enter the hole for the last bomb upgrade.  You can
    now hold a maximum of 99 bombs.  Within this quadrant, find the three Sea
    Platforms and destroy their wall cannons with your boomerang or cannon to make
    2 chests appear.  Climb up one platform's ladder to the top and glide with your
    Deku Leaf (with the wind set properly) to the chests to collect Treasure Chart
    #40 and a Skull Necklace.  
    
    For the last rupee purse upgrade, warp to D2 (Windfall Island) and sail 
    northwest to C1 (Northern Fairy Island).  Bomb the boulder (unless the cannon
    boats already did) and enter the conch shell.  The Great Fairy upgrades your 
    purse to hold a maximum of 5000 rupees.  Now warp to F2 (Dragon Roost Island) 
    and sail north to F1 (Seven Star Isles), locate a trio of sea platforms and 
    climb up.  Defeat the Wizzrobes to reveal a chest with Treasure Chart #16.  
    
    If you have a lot of rupees (probably more so later on), warp to B4 (Greatfish
    Isle) and sail north to B3 (Rock Spire Isle).  Find Beedle's Shop Ship and enter
    to find Beedle wearing an Amazon mask.  You can purchase three major items from 
    him:  Empty Bottle (500 rupees), Heart Piece (#22, 950 rupees), and Treasure 
    Chart (#4, 900 rupees).  You won't be able to purchase all three at once, but 
    check back when you have enough to get all three eventually.  In this 
    quadrant, find two Cannon Boats near each other.  Using your own cannon, bomb 
    them until they both sink.  Use the Grappling Hook to pull up two treasures 
    from their boats at the rings of light:  an Orange Rupee and Heart Piece #23.  
    Also in this quadrant, on the island itself, bomb your way along the spires 
    to a secret cavern hole.  Inside, light a Deku Stick from a torch and use 
    that to light two other torches.  A bunch of Keese appear.  Wipe them all out 
    to reveal a chest with Treasure Chart #37.  
    
    From here, sail north two quadrants to B1 (Star Island).  Bomb the large
    boulder on the west side and enter the hole.  Defeat all the enemies to reveal
    a chest with Heart Piece #21.  Warp to F6 (Forest Haven) and sail north to F5
    (Bomb Island).  Bomb the large boulder at top and drop through the hole.  In
    this room, stun the Magtail by slashing its eye when it lurches at you.  It
    curls into a ball.  Pick it up and place it on the pressure switch.  Enter
    the unsealed door.  Carefully walk the narrow pathway at left and step on the
    switch to dissipate the fire.  Go back and take the second pathway.  Stun a
    Magtail and throw it into a ring of fire with a hidden switch.  Use the other
    Magtail to activate the other switch the same way.  When both are activated,
    the fires disappear.  Collect Heart Piece #24 from the chest, then exit back
    to the warp to leave.  
    
    If you have Beedle's Treasure Chart from Rock Spire Isle (or when you do), 
    warp to D6 (Southern Fairy Island) and open Treasure Chart #4.  Find the 
    treasure's spot and grapple the chest under the sea to get Heart Piece #25.  
    That's it for side quests at this point.  You must now return to Forsaken 
    Fortress.  To get to A1, warp to D2 (Windfall Island) and sail northwest to 
    Forsaken Fortress.
    
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                          *Forsaken Fortress Part II* 
    
    
    Items/Weapons:  Skull Hammer, Cabana Deed, Hero's Charm, Magic Armour, Fire & 
    Ice Arrows
    Heart Pieces:  15  //  39/44
    Treasure Charts:  11  //  34/41- #s 13, 32, 21, 26, 41, 19, 2, 18, 38, 31, 33
    Special Charts:  7  //  10/12- Platform Chart, Light Ring Chart, Great Fairy 
    Chart, Island Hearts Chart, Secret Cave Chart, Octo Chart, Sea Hearts Chart
    Great Fairies:  3  //  8/8- Arrow Upgrade, Second Arrow Upgrade, Fire & Ice 
    Arrows
    Empty Bottles:  1  //  4/4
    Songs:  None
    
    Bomb the wooden door and sail on through.  Your boat drops you off at the 
    same spot as you arrived before.  Go up the stairs and approach the large 
    wooden door.  Suddenly, Phantom Ganon appears, a recurring boss from Ocarina 
    of Time.  Use your sword to bounce the white electric ball back and forth 
    until it hits him, then run over and slash with your sword.  When he's gone
    (though how do you defeat a ghost?!?), open the chest that appears for the 
    Skull Hammer.  This handy tool delivers a major wallop to gangs of enemies 
    and to pegs and stakes that block areas or activate other things.  
    
    A wave of Miniblins soon attack.  Ward them off with the Hammer and when you
    have a chance, hammer the three pegs blocking a set of stairs.  L-target the
    pegs and slam-BOOEY!  Take the stairs to the top, reaching a ladder.  Climb
    up and there's your old pal, the Bokoblin searchlight guard.  Defeat him with
    your trusty upgraded sword.  Take the ladder back down and head right to the
    next room.  Take the next door out and onto the south balcony.  Take the
    ladder up and defeat a second searchlight guard.  
    
    Climb down & and enter the left door.  Glide with your Deku Leaf across the
    room & defeat the Shield Bokoblin inside.  Hammer the pegs, then take the
    door it blocked.  Take the door ahead to the Moblin room, then take the next
    regular door (not the big wooden door), then go forward through another door.  
    Glide across the room with your Deku Leaf and through another door.  Take the 
    path up to a ladder & defeat the third searchlight guard.  
    
    Set the wind to the northwest and glide with the Deku Leaf to a balcony with 
    a ladder (and no stepping-stone box).  Take the left door back to the Moblin 
    room and take the big wooden door.  Go up the tower and eventually hammer the 
    pegs you come to.  Sidle across two narrow ledges, then hammer a single peg 
    to open the large wooden door.  Entrez!  Inside is Aryll's cell where she is 
    imprisoned with the rich girl Mila and poor girl Maggie.  Soon, Tetra and her 
    minions arrive, taking the girls away to be heroically rewarded.  Pft, who 
    wants reward when you get to fight a giant bird?  Uh...yes, did I mention 
    that before?  Soon, the Helmaroc King swoops down and is ready to attack.  
    
    Quickly (and I mean QUICKLY) take the winding stairs up, avoiding all enemies 
    and pots.  If you get knocked off, swim to the pathway and grapple over the 
    gaps, avoiding Big Bird's pecking.  At the top, he stops you and tries to 
    peck some more.  Use your trusty hammer and smash that beak.  At the top, the 
    roof becomes an arena and the battle really gets hot this time.  Its main 
    attacks are swooping down on you, blowing you into the spiked perimeter, and 
    pecking with its beak.  Get close so he will land.  He will try to peck you 
    and get his maw stuck in the ground.  Whack with your Skull Hammer.  Repeat 
    this two more times to shatter its mask, revealing a really ugly face.  The 
    pecking will continue, but this time use your sword.  About 2-3 rounds with 
    the sword will do him in.
    
    Once the battle is over, collect the Heart Container, then go up the pathway 
    and through the door to Ganon's room in the tower.  Watch the fascinating 
    cinema.  Soon, you and Tetra are rescued by Quill and a mature Prince Komali.  
    Valoo sets fire to the tower...but is Ganon really gone?  I think not.  
    
    The Ritos drop you off with the King of Red Lions at the Tower of the Gods
    where you will re-enter the golden light to Hyrule.  Once in the courtyard,
    take Tetra inside the castle.  Go through the basement opening and towards
    the centre of the room.  Soon, the King of Red Lions reveals himself to be
    the King of Hyrule.  So that dragon boat really can't talk.  Drag, there
    goes my patent.  And Tetra is revealed to be the newly reigned Princess
    Zelda.  After a lot of excess chit-chat, exit the castle and return to the
    puppet boat with the voice-over (okay, the talking boat).  You are told of
    two new temples to explore.  Goody.  Cruise into the light to return to the
    Tower.  
    
    Before moving on to the first temple, there are LOADS of side quests to 
    complete.  But, it won't be too hard now that you have the warp song.  First, 
    if you don't have any Hyoi Pear bait, visit one of Beedle's Shop Ships (see 
    Beedle's Chart for locations) and purchase at least 2-3 pears.  Warp to B4 
    (Greatfish Isle) and sail southwest to A5 (Needle Rock Isle).  On the island, 
    find the spot with a flame-covered chest.  Use your arrows to take out as many 
    Kargorocs as you can spot flying around Needle Rock.  There should be one 
    near the ground and 2-3 in the air you can take out.  Try until you run out 
    of arrows, because it's harder to complete the next step with enemies lurking 
    about.  When you can't see any more evil birds, take out a Hyoi Pear to gain 
    control of a seagull.  Circle Needle Rock using A to flap its wings and the 
    Control Sick (up propels him down and down propels him up).  Fly around and 
    touch the switch at the very top of the spire's point to extinguish the fire.  
    Press R to disable control and collect Heart Piece #10 from the chest.  
    
    Warp to F2 (Dragon Roost Island).  If/when you have 20 Golden Feathers in your 
    Spoils Bag, visit the Rito guard, Hoskit, in the aerie (the first guard on 
    the second floor) and give him your stash.  The next day, check a red postbox 
    for a letter from his girlfriend, with Heart Piece #8 attached.  From here, 
    sail east to G2 (Flight Control Platform) and locate the submarine.  Inside, 
    jump on the switch to summon several enemies.  Defeat the ChuChus, Miniblins 
    and Wizzrobes (with arrows) to make a ladder drop.  Climb up and get the 
    Platform Chart from the chest.  
    
    Now, this may get monotonous, but it's worth several Treasure Charts leading
    to Heart Pieces and things.  Warp to D6 (Southern Fairy Island) & sail south
    to D7 (Two-Eye Reef).  Inside the reef, using your cannon, destroy all Cannon
    Boats and wall cannons.  A chest appears on a peak.  Walk around the elevated
    perimeter of the reef until you get close to the chest.  Set the wind with
    the Wind's Requiem and glide with your Deku Leaf to the chest.  Open it for
    Treasure Chart #13.  Warp to B4 (Greatfish Isle) and sail west to A4
    (Three-Eye Reef).  Repeat the same process with your cannon and collect
    Treasure Chart #32 from the chest.  From here, warp to B4 (Greatfish Isle),
    then sail east to C4 (Cyclops Reef).  Repeat the same process and collect
    Treasure Chart #21.  In this same quadrant, open Treasure Chart #21 and
    locate the treasure.  On the spot, bring up a chest with the Light Ring Chart.
    Sail east from here to D4 (Six-Eye Reef).  Repeat the process and collect
    Treasure Chart #26.  Warp to B7 (Outset Island) and sail north to B6
    (Five-Eye Reef).  Repeat the process (is it ad nauseum yet?) and collect
    Treasure Chart #41.  Warp to C3 (Tingle Island) and sail northwest to A2
    (Four-Eye Reef).  Repeat the same process with your cannon and collect
    Treasure Chart #19 from the chest.  In this same quadrant, open Treasure
    Chart #41 and locate the treasure.  On the spot, pull up a chest with the
    Great Fairy Chart.  
    
    Warp to F2 (Dragon Roost Island) and sail east to G2 (Flight-Control
    Platform).  Open up Treasure Chart #19 and locate the treasure's spot.
    Pull up and open a chest for the Island Hearts Chart.  Sail north to G1
    (Overlook Island) and open Treasure Chart #13.  Pull up the Secret Cave 
    Chart.  Warp to D2 (Windfall Island) and sail south to D3 (Northern Triangle
    Island).  Open up Treasure Chart #26 and locate the treasure spot.  Pull up
    a chest with the Octo Chart inside.  Warp to F6 (Forest Haven) and sail south
    to F7 (Boating Course).  Open up Treasure Chart #32 and pull up its treasure,
    the Sea Hearts Chart.  
    
    Now you can accomplish some tasks on land.  To get both arrow upgrades, first
    warp to C3 (Tingle Island) and sail west two quadrants to A3 (Western Fairy
    Island).  Hammer the single peg to open the entrance to the familiar conch
    shell.  Inside, the Great Fairy will upgrade your arrow carrier to hold up to
    60 arrows.  Warp to E4 (Tower of the Gods) and sail east two quadrants to G4
    (Thorned Fairy Island).  Hammer the three pegs to enter the conch shell, where
    the Great Fairy maximizes your arrow count to 99.  
    
    Warp to D2 (Windfall Island), where you can complete many fun side quests.
    During the day, talk to Mrs. Marie inside the school.  She will ask you to
    help settle down the group of kids nearby, known as the Killer Bees.  They
    seem like a bunch of ruffians.  Let's set them straight.  Talk to them and
    agree to play hide and seek.  In the dock area in front of the marketplace,
    bang into the big tree in front.  You'll need to chase the KB down, so make
    haste until you catch him.  Another KB is behind the Bomb Shop.  Go around the
    shop and sidle across the narrow ledge until you find and catch the second KB.
    Another is behind the gravestone where you learned the song of passing from
    Michael Jackson...oops, I mean Tott :o)  The last KB is behind a bush on a
    ledge around the left arch near the school.  Once you catch them all, the gang
    rewards you with Heart Piece #30. Talk to Mrs. Marie inside the school and she
    will reward you with a Purple Rupee for your trouble.  Talk to the gang again
    to learn about their teacher's upcoming birthday.  To find their Joy Pendant,
    bang into the tree next to the Bomb Shop to uncover the prize.  Take it to Mrs.
    Marie and she will exchange it for a Red Rupee.  If/when you have 20 more Joy 
    Pendants, give them to her and you will receive the Cabana Deed, giving you
    access to the cottage on Private Island (E5).  20 more after that nets you
    the Hero's Charm.  You'll be more prepared for these later.  
    
    Also on Windfall Island, you can participate in a trading quest, a classic 
    game originating in Ocarina of Time, involving a "chain letter" of sorts, 
    passing goods from one person to the next for a super prize at the end.  First, 
    talk to Zunari at his stall to learn about his lack of goods.  He asks for your 
    help.  Accept it to begin the quest.  This can be completed all at once or 
    gradually, however I will place all instructions here.  Zunari will give you a 
    Town Flower, placed in your Delivery Bag to begin the quest.  He tells you 
    about the Wandering Merchants, three Gorons who travel the Great Sea.  You will 
    need a good amount of rupees to pay a sort of shipping fee to each merchant so 
    he will transfer goods to Zunari.  Here is the quickest way to complete this 
    side quest:  
    
    From Windfall, sail west two quadrants to B2 (Mother and Child Isle).  Remember 
    not to warp to B2 directly, because it takes you right inside the island to 
    the Fairy Queen.  On Child Isle, the smallest island, you'll find a giant 
    Goron merchant.  Talk to him, then offer him the Town Flower.  Trade it for a 
    Sea Flower, and pay him the difference (20 rupees).  Warp directly to B4 
    (Greatfish Isle) and find the merchant on a raft on the left side of the 
    island.  Trade the Sea Flower for an Exotic Flower (25 rupees).  Now, warp to 
    F6 (Forest Haven) and sail north to F5 (Bomb Island).  Trade the Exotic 
    Flower to that merchant for a Sickle Moon Flag (40 rupees).  At this point, 
    you can re-visit Zunari at D2 (Windfall Island) and receive the Magic Armour 
    as his thanks.  But the trading quest does not stop there, oh no.  The 
    Greatfish Isle merchant desires the legendary Shop Guru Statue and will 
    reward you with a Heart Piece for finding it.  To get him the statue (and you 
    the Heart Piece), hang on to that Sickle Moon Flag and warp back to B4 
    (Greatfish Isle).  Trade the flag for a Fountain Idol (65 rupees).  Warp to 
    D2 (Windfall Island) and sail west two quadrants to B2 (Mother and Child 
    Isles).  Trade the Fountain Idol for a Big Sale Flag (35 rupees).  Warp to B4 
    (Greatfish Isle) and trade the Big Sale Flag for a Hero's Flag (75 rupees).  
    With this same merchant, trade back the Hero's Flag for a Postman Statue (100 
    rupees).  Warp to D2 (Windfall Island) and sail west two quadrants to B2 
    (Mother and Child Isles), and trade the Postman Statue for the Shop Guru 
    Statue (200 rupees).  At last!  Warp directly to B4 (Greatfish Isle) and 
    trade the Shop Guru Statue for Heart Piece #29.  At any time, you can buy 
    these items from Zunari and trade them with Wandering Merchants for three new 
    items:  Trade an Exotic Flower for a Pinwheel (55 rupees) at Mother & Child 
    Isles (B2); a Big Sale Flag for a Big Catch Flag (85 rupees) at Mother & 
    Child Isles (B2); and a Fountain Idol for a Skull Tower Idol (65 rupees) at 
    Greatfish Isle (B4).  
    
    Return to D2 (Windfall Island) via warp.  During the day, the rich girl Mila 
    has become poor and works for Zunari.  At night, she stands by the auction 
    house.  Talk to her at night and she tells you to go away.  Walk away from her 
    towards the stall and she runs off.  Slowly follow her while staying out of 
    her gaze.  Hide behind trees and walls as she makes her way around Windfall.  
    If she spots you, she runs off and you must restart the quest by entering a 
    building, then exiting back or playing the Song of Passing.  If she is 
    startled, but doesn't see you, Link will meow like a cat to distract her.  
    Follow her around Windfall until she comes to the safe at Zunari's Stall.  
    Catch her in the act of robbing her employer (!).  Approach her when a 
    thought bubble is above her head.  When she asks questions, choose the first 
    option every time and she will give you an Empty Bottle (which she didn't 
    steal...supposedly).  
    
    During the day, enter the mansion via the wooden stairwell and talk to Maggie,
    now filthy rich from her father's small investments.  She yearns for the love
    of a Moblin guard named Moe that she befriended at Forsaken Fortress.  She
    will ask you to mail a letter for her.  Take it and put it in the red postbox
    near the marketplace, paying for postage (5 rupees).  Re-enter the mansion
    where you'll find a Rito mailman (mailbird?) arguing with Maggie's father (talk 
    about fast service!).  The Rito is kicked out of the mansion for trying to do 
    his job.  Exit and find the Rito at the cafe next to Zunari's stall.  Offer 
    to give Maggie the letter in person.  Do just that and she rewards you with 
    Heart Piece #28.  If/when you have 20 Skull Necklaces, talk to Maggie's 
    father and exchange them for Treasure Chart #2.  
    
    At night, Zunari hosts auctions at the lower level of the mansion.  Save up
    a lot of rupees (at least 300 to be safe, even more to be sure) and enter the
    fancy red door near the Chu Juice Jelly Shop.  Talk to Zunari and participate
    in an auction.  Three auctions give away a Heart Piece (#27) and two Treasure
    Charts (#18 and #38).  During an auction, press A repeatedly to charge up your
    bidding meter.  When it's full, you can place a bid.  The others raise bids by
    about 3-10 rupees, but you want that prize badly, don't you?  Pay attention to
    the time remaining and bid accordingly.  A raise of 10% or more boggles the 
    peoples' minds and you run the clock more.  Keep this strategy in mind when
    there are about 10 seconds left.  When time is up, if you have the current bid,
    you win the item.  They also auction off Joy Pendants, if you're interested.
    If a bidding item is not of interest to you, press B to quit, exit, then re-
    enter the building to start a new auction.  Winning the three big items is your 
    goal.  If/when you have Treasure Chart #18, open it up and find its treasure on 
    the sea at Windfall.  Pull up a...Green Rupee?!?!  Oh well, it is a chart 
    completed, after all.  
    
    During the day, talk to Kamo, who sits on the stairs in the marketplace, 2x.  
    He wants a pictograph of his favourite thing.  At night, climb up the ladder 
    near the school and find Kamo gazing at the moon.  On a night when the moon is
    entirely full (it may take a few plays of Song of Passing to get it right),
    take a pictograph of it (must be with Deluxe Picto Box).  Bring the pictograph
    to Kamo during the day to get Treasure Chart #31.  
    
    Talk to Mimenco, a vain lady standing by the Chu Juice Jelly Shop.  Take a
    pictograph of her and show it to her to receive Treasure Chart #33.  
    
    Now, to play matchmaker.  Talk to Linda, the lady in the orange dress by the 
    school to learn about her crush on Anton, the walking man & agree to take a 
    full-body pictograph of her and show it to Anton.  He is now convinced that he 
    should ask her out on a date.  Play the Song of Passing until you find them 
    together in the cafe during the day.  Talk to them to receive Heart Piece #31.  
    
    To get another Heart Piece, purchase items from Zunari's Stall and place them 
    in the metal things found around town (even in shops).  The cheapest way to 
    complete this quest is to purchase Town Flowers (10 rupees each) and use them 
    to decorate the town.  When you place about 25-30 items, talk to Sam, who sits 
    on a bench near the cafe and he will give you Piece of Heart #32.  
    
    With the King of Red Lions, warp to B2 (Mother and Child Isles) directly to 
    revisit the Fairy Queen.  She bestows upon you the Fire and Ice arrows.  
    
    To complete one last quest on Windfall Island, warp there (D2) and climb the 
    ladder on the lighthouse, around from the door to the Squid Hunt mini-game.  
    Set the wind to the north (if not set there already) and step on the switch to 
    activate the windmill at night.  Go inside to Salvatore, then up the stairs 
    and out the door to the back entrance.  Hop onto a moving car and take out your 
    arrows.  Shoot a Fire Arrow at the rotating lamp inside the windmill to light 
    it up.  A chest appears on a small island off the Bomb Shop.  Hop off the car 
    and talk to Kreeb, the guy standing there to get Piece of Heart #38.  To get to 
    that chest, stand near the Bomb Shop facing the chest and set the wind with the 
    Wind's Requiem to blow towards it.  Glide with your Deku Leaf and tilt the C-
    Stick down to get a bird's eye view.  When your shadow is over the island, drop 
    down and open the chest to receive Piece of Heart #39.  
    
    If you want to uncover more treasure from the charts you have, read on.
    Sail east to E2 (Pawprint Isle).  Open up Treasure Chart #30 and find its
    treasure, Heart Piece #33.  Warp to B4 (Greatfish Isle) and sail north to B3
    (Rock Spire Isle).  Open up Treasure Chart #2 and find its treasure, Heart
    Piece #34.  Warp back to B4 (Greatfish Isle) and sail west to A4 (Three-Eye
    Reef).  Open up Treasure Chart #38 and find its treasure, Heart Piece #35.
    Warp directly to F6 (Forest Haven) and in that quadrant, open up Treasure
    Chart #31 and find its treasure, Heart Piece #36.  From here, sail southeast
    to G7 (Five-Star Isles).  Open up Treasure Chart #33 and finds its treasure,
    Heart Piece #37.  Whew, that's it for side quests for now!  Continue onto
    the next dungeon...
    
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                                *Earth Temple* 
    
    
    Items/Weapons:  Power Bracelets, Mirror Shield
    Heart Pieces:  1  //  40/44
    Treasure Charts:  2  //  36/41- #s 12, 20
    Special Charts:  0  //  10/12
    Great Fairies:  0  //  8/8
    Empty Bottles:  0  //  4/4
    Songs:  Earth God's Lyric
    
    With Fire and Ice arrows now in your possession, there is one last item to 
    get before heading towards the temple.  Warp to F2 (Dragon Roost Island) and 
    sail south to F3 (Fire Mountain).  Approach the volcanic island, close to the 
    edge, but not too close to get toasted!  Shoot an Ice Arrow at the fiery 
    plume to clear the fire, allowing you access inside.  You have 5 minutes to 
    get inside and get its treasure.  I'll try to guide you along keeping your 
    time limit in mind.  
    
    Get off on the shore and climb up the path of the mountain.  Sidle across a 
    plank when you come to it and keep climbing up until you reach the hole.  If 
    you have 2:00 or more left, you're safe to continue, otherwise I'd return to 
    your boat and wait for the time to run out and restart the quest.  Once inside 
    the mountain, defeat the Fire Keese, then hop across the platforms on the lava 
    surface.  Defeat the two Magtails with your parry attack and a chest appears.  
    Open it to receive the Power Bracelets, a strength booster that allows you to 
    pick up extremely heavy objects with ease.  Your clock disappears, allowing you 
    easy time to get back outside.  Lift the huge stone head and throw it to open
    up a cave.  Use the warp to get back outside.
    
    Once in your boat, warp to B7 (Outset Island) and then sail east to C7 
    (Headstone Island).  Approach the giant stone head and lift it off the ground 
    with your extra muscle (*I'm Popeye, the sailor man*).  Enter the cavern and 
    read the tablet.  Take out your Wind Waker to learn and conduct the Earth 
    God's Lyric.  A sage named Laruto, who is from the Zora tribe from Ocarina of 
    Time, asks you to find the new sage who plays a harp.  Got a good memory?  
    It's Medli.  
    
    Warp to F2 (Dragon Roost Island) and make your way up the summit and into the 
    aerie (pull out a block on the first elevated level for easy access).  On the 
    second floor, take the second door.  Grapple to the ledge at right.  Climb up 
    and to the south to find Medli.  After a chat, show her your Wind Waker and 
    play the Earth God's Lyric.  She will become acquainted with her ancestor and 
    join you in your quest to the Earth Temple.  Return to Headstone Island (C7) 
    and at the tablet, conduct the Earth God's Lyric.  Medli will play the song, 
    which shatters the tablet, opening up the first room of the Earth Temple.  
    
    With the Command Melody, Medli becomes a nice companion whom you will get to 
    play with as well.  Carry Medli off the edge and she will fly you both to the 
    door.  Carry her through and put her down at the entrance.  Defeat three 
    Moblins in this area to clear the room, then carry Medli up the left stair-
    well.  At the top, run with Medli and she'll fly you both to the pillar.  Put 
    her down, and stand on that switch.  Play the Command Melody to gain control 
    of Medli.  Tap A and fly to the next pillar.  Stand on the switch there to 
    activate the door.  Drop her down by the door and press R to release control.  
    Carry Medli through the east door.  Put her down under the beam of light and 
    defeat the ChuChu enemies.  Notice Medli's harp reflects the light.  Defeat 
    the Dark ChuChus by luring them into the reflected light and tossing them 
    while frozen in stone.  Defeat all the ChuChus to unseal the doors.  With the 
    Command Melody (from now on, that is what I mean by "take control of Medli" or 
    "as Medli"), have Medli reflect light on the chest to the north.  Shine the 
    light on it until it is revealed.  As Link, open the chest for the Dungeon 
    Map.  Bomb the green Warp Jar to be used later.  If you want small prizes, 
    including a Joy Pendant, shoot Fire Arrows at the red curtains and collect the 
    prizes with your Boomerang.  Carry Medli through the east door.  
    
    Don't walk into the fog (it's called paralyzing fog for a reason).  Take 
    control of Medli and stand under the rightmost (south) beam of light.  Reflect 
    the light into the fog to the right and hold it there when you release 
    control.  
    
    As Link, go down and hammer the peg there to open a door.  Carry Medli through 
    the south door.  Put her down at the entrance and defeat the Red Bubbles that 
    come out of the crypts.  Climb the ladder and pull the block to reveal a light 
    beam.  As Medli, reflect the light onto a chest in the south.  As Link, open 
    it for a Small Key.  Soon, Floor Masters appear.  Defeat them quickly.  If 
    Medli is captured (at any time) by Floor Masters, she appears in a birdcage in 
    the previous room (it has a statue with two weird eyes and the fog below it).  
    If you are captured, you are dropped off on the floor of that same room.  To 
    get her back if you lose her, go to that room and take control of her, then 
    fly out of the cage.  You'll have to backtrack from wherever she is captured.  
    
    Anyway, once the Floor Masters are gone, return with Medli to the previous
    room.  Unlock the north door and carry her through.  Defeat the ChuChus,
    then shoot a Fire Arrow at the red curtain at left.  A beam of light shines 
    through.  Carry Medli into the light and lure the Dark ChuChus into it.  
    Instead of tossing them away, carry two of them onto the switches to create a 
    set of stairs.  Quickly climb up them when they appear before the Dark ChuChus
    revert back to normal.  Push the block off the edge to open the east door.
    As Medli, climb the stairs or fly up if they are gone.  As Link, carry her
    through the door.  Put her down by the entrance and defeat the Floor Master
    in the centre area.  Push the first block against the wall to open a skylight.
    Pick up Medli and carry her into the light.  As Medli, reflect it onto a
    statue on top of a block.  The statue will disintegrate.  Also, reflect light
    on the yellow symbols (two on each wall) to blow away sections.  As Link,
    pull the newly revealed block in the north section as far as possible, then
    push it along to unbar a door.  Push the other block nearby to make a chest
    appear.  Throw Medli up to the high ledge, then climb up yourself, and open
    the chest for the Compass.  Collect three fairies in the pot, then carry
    Medli through the door there.  
    
    Put her down by the entrance and defeat the two Moblins.  Leave the Poes
    alone, as you can't beat them just yet.  Climb the ladder to the light beam.
    As Medli, fly to that light and reflect it continually on a Poe to stun it
    (it begins to hop around).  Quickly release control and as Link, slash the
    Poe to defeat it.  Do this for the other Poe as well.  When all are gone,
    a staircase appears.  As Medli, reflect light onto the statues to reveal a
    chest.  It contains a Joy Pendant.  Carry Medli up the stairs & through the
    east door.  Leave her by the door and drop into the middle.  Approach a crypt
    to make it fall.  Collect any prizes and defeat any Redeads that appear.
    Also collect the Small Key.  A ladder will drop when you get them all.  
    
    Carry Medli back through to the previous room.  Unlock the door to your
    left.  Medli stays outside automatically.  You will fight a Stalfos.  When
    it is defeated, two more appear.  Defeat them to make stairs appear.  Climb
    them to a chest and open it for...ta da...the Mirror Shield!  Sweet!  This
    replaces your regular shield (just toss that family heirloom in the trash!?!),
    allowing you to reflect light as well as defend yourself.  A skylight opens.
    Make sure your sword is out and reflect light off your shield onto the moon 
    above the door behind you to change it to a sun and unseal it.  Go back a 
    room.  You can carry Medli back through five rooms to the statue and fog room, 
    or open this neat little passage to it.  I vote passage.  
    
    Alrighty then...Defeat the Moblins and Poes quickly with your reflective 
    shield.  As Medli, fly to the beam of light and reflect it to the east 
    platform around the first step.  Hold that position when you release 
    control.  As Link, stand in the light from Medli's reflection and use your 
    shield to reflect (re-reflect?) light onto a yellow symbol on the west wall 
    to blow it.  Carry Medli through the passageway.  There's the door to the 
    room we want, however you can also collect some much needed cash.  Reflect 
    the light beam (where DO these come from?) to the statue and collect a Blue 
    Rupee.  That's it?  Nay, nay.  Have Medli reflect light into that area, hold 
    it and release control.  As Link, re-reflect (I think I just invented a new 
    word) the light to the yellow symbol.  Blowing out the wall gives you a 
    reward of 80 rupees.  Now carry Medli through the door to the statue/fog 
    room.  Fly across it and, as Medli, reflect either beam of light to one of 
    the statue's eyes.  When it changes, hold the pose and release control.  As 
    Link, reflect the other beam to the other eye, creating a sun.  The fog 
    disappears, revealing a basement level.  If you want a Joy Pendant, read this 
    part, otherwise head down to the basement.  For the Joy Pendant, take Medli 
    through the south door.  Defeat any enemies, then place Medli on a switch in 
    the southwest corner.  Enter the door it opens alone and reflect light onto 
    two yellow symbols on the wall to blow them.  Open the chest for a Joy 
    Pendant.  Return with Medli to the statue/fog (now sun room) and enter the 
    basement level.  
    
    Leave Medli for now and take the stairs down to a bridge.  Defeat the Blue 
    Bubbles with your Deku Leaf and sword.  Carry Medli across the bridge to the 
    door blocked by a tablet.  Conduct and play the Earth God's Lyric to shatter 
    it.  Carry Medli through the door.  Leave her for now (I wonder what she does 
    when you leave her...) and defeat two Redeads.  Reflect the light onto the 
    statue on a block in front of you to disintegrate it.  Reflect light onto the 
    mirror to redirect the beam onto another statue, destroying it.  Finally, 
    reflect light onto another mirror to blow another statue.  Carry Medli 
    through the west door.  
    
    Leave her (yet again) by the door and head towards the fog.  This can be
    hazardous.  You'll need to navigate the foggy area that is manned by Floor
    Masters.  Ick.  To safely cross the room, follow the map on your screen, and
    go east past the first pair of pillars; turn past them and go between the next 
    pair; and turn east again past them to the third pair.  At the north end, open
    the chest for a Small Key.  The fog dissipates upon opening.  For a quick and
    fairly painless way to get a Treasure Chart, defeat all six Floor Masters on
    the...floor.  Be careful not to get caught.  Keep a safe distance and use
    arrows.  Once all are defeated, open the chest that appears for Treasure Chart
    #12.  
    
    Carry Medli and backtrack one room.  Carry Medli through the east door.  Leave 
    Medli there, defeat the closest Floor Master in the foggy area with arrows, 
    then run across the fog to the other side to get the furthest one.  Climb up 
    the ledge and hammer the peg to reveal a skylight.  Push the mirror/statue as 
    far as you can to reflect light into the opposite end through the gate.  If 
    you want a Joy Pendant, shoot a Fire Arrow at the rightmost red curtain and 
    collect it with your Boomerang.  
    
    Return to the previous room with Medli.  Throw her onto the south ledge,
    then push the small block to the south ledge.  Climb up and unlock the door
    with Medli.  Put her down, then defeat three Red Bubbles and three Poes
    (using the light beam).  Reflect light at two statues to reveal two alcoves
    with rupees and magic power.  Position Link along the east wall, then as Medli,
    reflect light at Link, hold it, then release control.  Re-reflect Medli's light
    at the statue to disintegrate it, then enter the door with Medli.  Leave her
    at the door and run through both sides of this room to drop crypts, defeat
    enemies and collect small rewards.  When both sides are clear, carry Medli to
    the northwest end with the tablet and conduct/play the Earth God's Lyric to 
    destroy the slab. Carry her through the door.  
    
    Take the stairs down & in the round room here, bomb the boulder to open up the 
    yellow Warp Jar.  You can see the Boss Door, but you have no key.  Yet.  Carry 
    Medli down the spiraling stairs to the south, then fly over & drop off the 
    ledge to the second basement level.  Go down the stairs to the north door and 
    enter.  This room is massive and somewhat complicated.  I've kept my 
    instructions as clear as possible, but if you happen to get lost, there 
    some general rules of thumb:  Push/pull all mirror statues onto scorpion floor 
    tiles; reflect light on all yellow wall symbols; reflect light on all statues; 
    and reflect light on all invisible chests.  
    
    To start, have Medli fly to a big pillar in the centre.  Step on a 
    switch to open a skylight.  Drop her down on the main level.  As Link, push a 
    mirror statue in the southwest corner to a tile.  Do this in the southeast 
    corner as well.  As Medli, fly to the two-step pedestal in the southeast and 
    reflect light west to a statue to destroy it.  Face southwest and reflect it 
    onto a chest.  Release control and have Link open the chest for a Purple 
    Rupee.  On the short pedestal in the east alcove, face the yellow symbols on 
    the wall.  Have Medli reflect light at Link (southeast), then have Link re-
    reflect light on the four wall symbols.  A statue is revealed.  Push/pull it 
    along the track to a floor tile.  Go to the mirror statue in the centre of 
    the room (from the east side) behind a statue Medli destroyed and pull it 
    along the track onto a floor tile.  A short cinema with a "W" shaped light 
    beam shows.  If it doesn't re-read this part from the beginning and try 
    again. 
    
    In the northwest corner, stand on a two-step pedestal near the chest 
    in the path of a light beam.  Facing southeast, reflect light onto the 
    chest with a Joy Pendant inside.  Turn left and shine light on a statue near 
    the chest to blow it & reveal a mirror statue behind it.  Shine light on the 
    southwest wall symbol to blow that wall, revealing an alcove we'll visit 
    later.  Stand on the smaller pedestal nearby and face four wall symbols to 
    the northwest.  As Medli, fly to the pedestal near Link and reflect light to 
    him.  Hold that position and release control.  As Link, re-reflect the light 
    to the four wall symbols to reveal another mirror statue.  Pull it to a floor 
    tile.  Pull the statue to the west along its track (shaped like a zig-zag 
    "Z") onto a floor tile.  A short cinema appears with that same wall statue 
    with two weird eyes and two small light beams.  If it doesn't, re-read and 
    try again.  As Medli, fly to a two-step pedestal at the north end and reflect 
    light to an eye of the wall statue.  Hold it and release control.  Have Link 
    reflect light on the other eye to create another sun figure and open a door 
    to the north.  
    
    First, smash pots in the east alcove for 50 rupees and in the northwest
    alcove for about 100 more rupees.  To get a Treasure Chart, go through the
    southwest alcove door to a small room.  You can have Medli reflect light on
    each crypt (one at a time) and defeat each Stalfos inside.  I wouldn't 
    recommend fighting three at once!  You can also reflect light yourself,
    dontcha know.  Defeat the three Stalfoses to make a chest appear.  
    Pull out the block to reach the upper part and open it for Treasure Chart 
    #20.  
    
    Go back to the big room and carry Medli through the north door.  If you
    can't find her, she's probably at the south door.  Either climb the ladder
    there or play the Command Melody.  Leave her by the door and fight two Blue
    Bubbles and a Darknut.  I'd say take out the Bubbles first, as they disarm
    you if touched.  Use your Deku Leaf and sword, then take out the Darknut.
    A gate will open to the north.  Open the fancy chest for the Boss Key.  
    
    Carry Medli back to the big labyrinth room, then out the south door.  As
    Medli, fly up to the first basement level, then have Link climb the vines
    to that level as well.  Have Medli fly with Link across the level to the
    boss door.  Collect rewards from the pots, then save and enter the boss
    door to fight Jalhalla.  He is actually a fun boss, and quite easy to beat.  
    
    He attacks with fire and wind, swinging his lantern and blowing you into the 
    spiked perimeter.  He will also try to flattern you if you get too close to 
    him.  Use the light source and reflect it with your Mirror Shield onto 
    Jalhalla.  Hold it until he falls down.  Pick him up and throw him into a 
    spiked pillar to release lots of smaller Poes.  Use your sword to slash them 
    (2 hits each).  Towards the end, the spotlights may disappear & move around
    the arena to a different spot.  Repeat the same strategies until all small 
    Poes are gone, thus ending Jalhalla's wrath.
    
    When you do win, collect the Heart Container and step into the warp.  Medli 
    and Laruto play a lovely duet and an extra notch of power is added to the 
    Master Sword.  You arrive back at Headstone Island.  Since you have Treasure 
    Chart #20, open it up and warp to F6 (Forest Haven), then sail north to Bomb 
    Island (F5), and uncover its treasure, Heart Piece #41.  Now, you can move 
    on to the next temple.
    
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                                *Wind Temple* 
    
    
    Items/Weapons:  Iron Boots, Hookshot, Hurricane Spin Attack
    Heart Pieces:  3  //  43/44
    Treasure Charts:  5  //  41/41- #s 36, 35, 5, 25, 27
    Special Charts:  1  //  11/12- Ghost Ship Chart
    Great Fairies:  0  //  8/8
    Empty Bottles:  0  //  4/4
    Songs:  Wind God's Aria
    
    To proceed, you need another item found within an island's cave.  Warp to D6 
    (Southern Fairy Island) and sail east to E6 (Ice Ring Isle).  This island is 
    the exact opposite of Fire Mountain (at first), but you'll see how similar it 
    really is.  Get close without getting frozen and shoot a Fire Arrow at the 
    cavern entrance (a dragon's mouth).  The island is partly melted, allowing 
    access.  Like last time, you have 5 minutes to navigate inside and get the 
    treasure.  
    
    Climb up on the ledges at the back of the island and go along to 
    reach floating platforms.  Everything is ice, so be careful not to fall into 
    the water.  Expect some slip-sliding along.  Hop along these platforms until 
    you reach the dragon's mouth, now open for business.  If you have 2:00 or 
    more left on the clock, you're in good shape.  If not, return to your boat 
    and retry.  Once inside, slide along the narrow icy bridge and onto a 
    platform.  Take out any Keese with your Boomerang.  If at any time you fall 
    in the water, swim to a stony ledge and grapple the wooden pole, then pull 
    yourself up onto it.  Climb onto another icy path to a stone ledge.  At the 
    end is a chest and inside are the Iron Boots.  These handy boots are a 
    recurring item from Ocarina of Time and serve the same purpose: to allow you 
    to navigate through windy areas without being pushed back.  The clock 
    disappears, allowing you easy time to backtrack out of the cavern.  Head
    right and wear the Iron Boots to pass through the wind gusts to the warp.
    Before moving on, find the frozen treasure chest on the east side of the 
    island.  Shoot a Fire Arrow at it to melt it and open it for Treasure Chart 
    #36.  
    
    Now, warp to D2 (Windfall Island) and sail north to D1 (Gale Isle).  Notice the 
    island's name.  Could this be home to the Wind Temple?  At the island, a 
    powerful wind blows from a rock-covered cavern.  Wear the Iron Boots and walk 
    to the cracked entrance.  Use your Skull Hammer to smash through it and 
    enter.  At the tablet, take out your Wind Waker and learn/conduct a new song, 
    Wind God's Aria.  Fado, a sage of Kokiri ancestry (a tribe from Ocarina of 
    Time) appears and asks you to find the new sage who plays the violin.  Hmm...  
    
    Warp directly to F6 (Forest Haven) and climb up to the platform with two 
    waterfalls ahead of you.  You'll hear soft music and see cute little music 
    notes from the rightmost waterfall.  What ho?  Grapple the pole above the 
    waterfalls and aim lower to swing into the right waterfall.  You'll come 
    across a secret cave where Makar is practicing a new song.  Conduct the Wind 
    God's Aria in front of him and he will become the new sage of the Wind Temple.  
    With Makar sitting on the King of Red Lion's head, you're all set.  Warp to
    D2 (Windfall Island) again and sail north to D1 (Gale Isle).  At the tablet
    inside, conduct/play the Wind God's Aria to shatter the tablet and enter the 
    temple.  Makar is used the same way as Medli in the Earth Temple, but Makar has 
    very different and useful skills.  
    
    To start, carry Makar through the door to go forward.  Defeat the Wizzrobe here 
    with arrows, and the Stalfos that appears.  Also, bomb the blocking on the 
    Warp Jar in case you need it later.  Stay in the recess near the mounds of soil,
    then as Makar (with the Command Melody) fly forward onto the landing far ahead 
    and press the switch to stop the wind gust.  Go back to the two mounds of soil 
    and press A when it flashes to plant a seed and grow a tree in each spot.  A 
    chest appears with an Orange Rupee inside.  Also as Makar, fly to the north end 
    and release control.  Collect that rupee reward, then climb onto the highest 
    springboard at the south end.  Equip the Iron Boots to weigh it down.  Take off 
    the boots to spring up, then glide with the Deku Leaf to the north end.  
    
    Carry Makar into the next room.  Place him by the entrance (hope he 
    brought a deck of cards) and defeat two Armoses.  Facing the pinwheel, blow 
    wind with the Deku Leaf to flip the wall up, revealing more space.  Go past 
    the blade trap that moves across the room horizontally then, as Makar, fly to 
    the north end and plant two seeds in the mounds to unseal the door.  As Link, 
    carry Makar through to the next room.  As Makar here, fly to the three ledges 
    and plant a seed in each mound.  The doors will unseal...but unfortunately 
    poor Makar is kidnapped (Korok-napped?) by Floor Masters.  We'll rescue him 
    later, don't you worry.  
    
    Take the right door for now.  This is part of a big main room with three 
    Head east and take the door there.  Defeat two Peahats, then move past the 
    blade trap.  Stand on a cracked floor tile and equip the Iron Boots to break 
    through.  Defeat the Floor Master, then activate the pinwheel with your Deku 
    Leaf to flip the wall up.  Spring up on the springboard near the pinwheel to 
    the floor above you.  Find a chest with a Joy Pendant in the north alcove.  
    
    Take the door right of the tablet forward.  Glide south with the Deku Leaf 
    right into an updraft for extra momentum, then left onto a platform.  Step on 
    the switch to open the gate, then glide on through.  If you fall at any time, 
    climb the vines on the wall to get back up to the beginning.  Defeat the 
    Wizzrobe, then glide through the next gate to the ledge.  Open the chest for 
    the Dungeon Map.  Glide again north into an updraft, then onto a platform.  
    Refill your magic meter from the plants.  With a full (or nearly full) meter, 
    glide through the left (new) gate and steer into another updraft, landing on 
    a platform.  Defeat a Wizzrobe and three Peahats, then glide to the ledge 
    beyond, using yet another cyclone for help.  
    
    Take the door there to return to the main room.  Bomb the blue Warp Jar at
    right, then activate a heavy-duty switch with the Iron Boots on to open the 
    floor.  Drop down to the basement level, using your Deku Leaf to parachute and 
    avoid losing health.  Defeat the Peahats here, then take the south door (the 
    only one unlocked).  Drop through the leftmost floor tile with your Iron Boots
    and defeat the ChuChus.  Push the block with the springboard under a dark floor 
    tile to the south to line them up, then push the other block so they are side
    by side & you can reach and spring back up a level.  A chest on the upper part 
    holds a Small Key.  Crash through each of the five floor tiles, defeating a set 
    of enemies for each (the next four have Armoses, Floor Masters, nobody, then 
    four Green ChuChus).  A chest with Treasure Chart #35 appears.  
    
    Take the door back to the previous room.  Unlock and enter the north door.
    Defeat the Wizzrobe mini-boss and any enemies it summons.  Focus on the
    Wizzrobe as much as possible so that you can beat him and stop the onslaught
    of enemies.  After his defeat, open the chest that appears for the Hookshot.
    This handy item, another recurring item from Ocarina of Time and Majora's
    Mask, can act as a weapon, but is mainly used to attach yourself to target
    objects and pull yourself towards them.  Practice this now by hookshotting a
    target above the north platform to pull yourself to it.  Hammer the peg there
    to open the south door and head on through.  
    
    Clear the room of Peahats, then navigate the platforms along the perimeter of 
    the floor with your Hookshot, making your way up.  Start at the north end's 
    target, then on the third platform, turn northeast.  On the fourth spot, 
    glide west with your Deku Leaf to the alcove with a chest.  Inside is the 
    Compass.  Springboard up and glide to the higher platform at right.  Hookshot 
    up, then turn northwest and ascend two more platforms.  Spring up to a long 
    platform just below Makar's cell.  Hookshot onto the target at right to the 
    cell.  Target the symbol on the stone head blocking the doorway with the Iron 
    Boots on to knock it down.  Open the chest inside Makar's cell for a Joy 
    Pendant.  
    
    Drop down to the platform in front (below) the cell and hookshot to 
    the west alcove.  As Makar, fly there as well.  Carry Makar through that 
    door.  Defeat the Wizzrobe and Red Bubble here, then hookshot to the trees 
    Makar planted, making your way to the north end.  As Makar, easily fly up 
    there & carry him through to the next room.  Now you can defeat Blue 
    Bubbles with ease.  Target them with your hookshot and when they are 
    pulled towards you, their magic dispels and you can slash away with your 
    sword.  Do that for the two closest Bubbles, then have Makar fly to the 
    first mound and plant a tree.  He'll be safe.  Hookshot there yourself and 
    eliminate the last two Blue Bubbles.  Have Makar plant trees up to the east 
    end, then have Link hookshot to them.  Leave Makar by the door and defeat 
    the Floor Master, then carry your little friend through the next door.  
    
    Place Makar on a switch, then step on the other yourself to open a gate.  
    As Makar, drop to the basement level and plant two trees in the mounds 
    there.  This activates a giant fan, sending a huge updraft up the three 
    levels of the main room.  As Link, glide with your Deku Leaf to the highest 
    level and onto the east alcove.  Open the chest for another Joy Pendant.  
    Then, ride the updraft to the south end on the same level and through the 
    door (leave Makar alone for now).  In the arena that follows, defeat six 
    Armoses to unseal the north door.  Open the chest here for a Small Key, then 
    return to the previous room.  
    
    Hop down when the fan is off to the next lowest level (1st floor) and glide
    to the east end.  Defeat the Armos Knights, then have Makar fly to that same
    spot.  It's good to have Link near the edge of the alcove so that you can see
    him as Makar.  Carry Makar through the door there.  Drop to the lower level
    and activate the pinwheel.  Spring up & carry Makar to the tablet and play
    the Wind God's Aria to dismantle it.  Go through the door revealed.  Defeat
    three Darknuts in this room (a really fun battle, if I do say so myself).
    This opens the west door, but first open the fancy chest in the east alcove
    for the Boss Key, then carry Makar through that door, activate the pinwheel
    & go back through the door ahead.  
    
    Drop to the basement level.  When the fan is off, drop between the blades to 
    a secret spot and carry Makar through the locked door.  Defeat two Stalfoses 
    and a Wizzrobe, then hookshot up to the highest platform where a heavy-duty 
    switch lies.  Activate it with the Iron Boots to open the east door.  Before 
    you leave, pull down all the stone masks with your Iron Boots and Hookshot to 
    reveal two Bokoblins hiding inside.  Defeat them to reveal a chest with 
    Treasure Chart #5.  If you get knocked down by the statues (which is likely), 
    use arrows to beat the Bokoblins from a distance or hookshot them close to 
    you.  If you run out of arrows, exit and re-enter the room to reset it (this 
    goes for any room in the dungeons).  
    
    Head through the east door with Makar.  Defeat three Shield Bokoblins and
    two Armos Knights.  Remember, if you fall, climb the vines up.  Carry Makar
    up to the horizontal wind drafts, then as Makar, carefully fly to the mound
    and plant a seed, avoiding the Floor Master at all costs.  If he gets caught,
    you'll have to find and rescue him in that cell in the big main room.  As Link,
    hookshot to the new tree and defeat the Floor Master and four Peahats.  
    
    Carry Makar through the door to the next room.  Set him down by the entrance
    to solve this puzzle solo.  Push a block forward and box in the first blade
    trap.  With your Iron Boots on, box in the next trap with another block.  Push
    the third block to the opposite end and into the ravine.  Pull the block boxing
    in the second blade trap (closest to the ravine) and line it up with the block
    in the ravine, then over it to box in the last blade trap.  Push the first
    block across the first two blade traps to box in the 2nd one again.  Head back 
    to Makar and carry him across the room, with your Iron Boots after the first 
    blade trap, to the tablet.  Conduct and play the Wind God's Aria to destroy the 
    tablet.  Collect small prizes from the pots and bomb the yellow Warp Jar.  
    
    If you want a Joy Pendant using that Warp Jar, read on, otherwise enter the
    boss door (leaving Makar behind) and read the next paragraph on fighting 
    Molgera.  To get the Joy Pendant, take the Warp Jar here to a room near the 
    beginning.  Use the springboard & glide up to the north room and through it.  
    Activate the pinwheel to flip the wall up.  Step on the switch beyond the wall 
    to flip it back.  Hookshot the target above the switch pulling you into a secret
    alcove.  Activate that pinwheel to change the wall into a platform.  Go along
    the wall/platform and pull down the stone masks with your Iron Boots and
    Hookshot.  One contains a Joy Pendant.  To return to the Boss Door, drop
    through the cracked floor tile and go back one room.  Take this & the next
    Warp Jar to the Boss Door.  Enter the boss door to fight Molgera.
    
    Molgera is a sandworm redesigned after a boss in Ocarina of Time.  It snaps at
    and swallows you if you get too close (stay out of the dark sand to avoid 
    this), and also summons smaller versions of itself to annoy you.  Target and 
    hookshot Molgera's blue tongue to reel it in, then slash away with your 
    sword.  If it disappears, defeat its two duplicates by hookshotting and 
    slashing.  It should reappear soon, then continue with the same strategy.  
    Blocked views and blowing sand make this battle tougher.
    
    After defeating Molgera, collect the Heart Container and step into the warp to 
    witness another sweet duet.  A second power is added to the Master Sword, 
    completing its restoration.  Now it is as powerful as it was 100 years 
    before!  You are nearly ready to face Ganon.  Well, not quite.  Close enough.  
    Upon returning to Gale Isle, you can complete some minor side quests before 
    moving on.  
    
    Warp to B7 (Outset Island).  While here, you can acquire a new 
    sword technique.  If you have at least 10 Knight's Crests, visit Orca and 
    give them to him.  He will teach you the Hurricane Spin attack, a neat 
    gimmick, though not really useful.  I think fighting the Darknuts for the 
    Crests was more fun, but I digress...Also while here, you should find a huge 
    black pig at the farm from when you gave small pigs to Rose.  You can now 
    lift the pig with your Power Bracelets on.  Carry the pig across the pier to 
    the dark soil patches at the east end.  With a batch of All-Purpose Bait, put 
    the pig down on the soil and spread the bait on the patch.  The pig will dig 
    up Heart Piece #42.  Cool!  
    
    From here, sail northwest to A6 (Diamond Steppe Island).  From your boat,
    hookshot to the closest tree, then up to the peak.  Drop through the hole
    to enter a secret cavern, which actually acts as a ship's graveyard.  The
    ship is a maze of Warp Jars and torches with Floor Masters lurking about.
    To navigate it, take the Warp Jar ahead of you.  Defeat the Floor Master,
    then take the Warp Jar behind the Floor Master.  Get a Joy Pendant
    from the chest, then drop off the ship through a gap in the rail and enter the
    Warp Jar directly below at left.  Defeat the next Floor Master, then enter
    the left Warp Jar behind it.  Defeat that Floor Master, then open the chest
    beyond it for the Ghost Ship Chart.  Drop off the side of the ship behind you
    and take the warp back outside.  We'll talk about the Ghost Ship a little
    later.  
    
    Warp to E4 (Tower of the Gods) and sail east two quadrants to G4 (Thorned
    Fairy Island).  Open up Treasure Chart #5 and uncover its treasure, Heart
    Piece #40.  Warp to F6 (Forest Haven) and head inside the haven itself.
    Be prepared to try this long quest 1-2 times before getting it right and
    try not to get too frustrated over it.  Still interested?  Okay, scoop up
    Forest Water in an empty bottle to start a 20-minute time limit on this quest.
    Quickly, exit and in your boat, sail east to G6 (Cliff Plateau Isles).  This
    will be the hardest part of the quest.  Walk along the slope on a small isle,
    then hop across each one to the hole.  Inside is a cavern with several
    obstacles.  Hop across the small platforms and glide across to the higher
    part with a grassy area.  You can also spin them with a blow of the Deku Leaf
    if that helps.  Avoid the thorny walls and defeat a Boko Baba near a tree
    stump.  Use its Baba Bud to reach a higher stump, then hop/glide to another.
    Shoot a Fire Arrow at the wooden gate to burn it away and glide through it
    to a warp.  Once outside, open the chest quickly for Treasure Chart #25,
    and water the first Withered Deku Tree by L-targeting it.  In your boat,
    warp to D6 (Southern Fairy Island) and sail west to C6 (Shark Island).
    Water the tree on the left side.  Warp to B4 (Greatfish Isle) and navigate
    the corkscrew shaped island and water that tree.  Sail southwest to A5
    (Needle Rock Isle) and water the tree near the chest.  Warp to E4 (Tower
    of the Gods) and sail south to E5 (Private Oasis), watering the tree on the
    right side near the lawn chairs.  Warp back to E5 (Tower of the Gods) and
    sail north to E3 (Eastern Fairy Island) and water the tree there.  Warp to
    C3 (Tingle Island) and sail northwest to B2 (Mother and Child Isles).  On
    Child Isle, water the tree.  Finally, sail north to B1 (Star Island) and
    water the final tree.  If at any time during the quest, your Forest Water
    runs out of power, a notice will pop up and you'll need to restart right
    back at Forest Haven.  However, if you luck out, the last tree at Star
    Island will immediately grow and sprout a Heart Piece (#26).  The route
    given here is right from an official guide and seems to work the best, so
    I'd stick to these instructions until you get the prize.  
    
    Warp to E4 (Tower of the Gods) and sail south to E5 
    (Private Oasis).  From the back of the cabana, hookshot a tree and walk the 
    narrow ledge to a chest with Treasure Chart #27.  That's all for now.  Let's 
    move on...
    
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                            *Triforce of Courage* 
    
    
    Items/Weapons:  None
    Heart Pieces:  1  //  44/44
    Treasure Charts:  0  //  41/41
    Special Charts:  1  //  12/12- IN-Credible Chart
    Great Fairies:  0  //  8/8
    Empty Bottles:  0  //  4/4
    Songs:  None
    
    Before moving towards Ganon's Tower, let's review some very important details 
    on getting there.  If you've followed this walkthrough from beginning to end, 
    you should be well on your way to gathering the Triforce of Courage.  If not, 
    search the walkthrough pages for details on the following:  Freeing Tingle; 
    getting the Picto Box & Deluxe upgrade; getting the Cabana Deed; getting the 
    IN-credible Chart; getting Bombs, Grappling Hook, Skull Hammer, bait, Hero's 
    Bow, Hookshot and Power Bracelets; and getting the two rupee, arrow and bomb 
    upgrades.  You would also be wise to have spread bait for Merman on each 
    island of the Great Sea to get a detailed Sea Chart for each island.  
    However, the above details are most important.  
    
    Now that you have all of the above, there are 8 Triforce Charts to find.
    The first couldn't be easier.  Warp to B4 (Greatfish Isle) and sail south
    two quadrants to B5 (Islet of Steel).  With your cannon, bomb the surrounding
    cannon boats, especially the big one blocking the opening.  Sail inside and
    stand on the blue wind crest.  Conduct the Wind's Requiem and open the chest
    to get Triforce Chart #1.  
    
    The second chart requires the Cabana Deed.  Warp to E4 (Tower of the Gods) and 
    sail south to E5 (Private Oasis).  Approach the cabana's door and show the 
    evil butler your deed to gain access.  Once inside, you may amuse yourself 
    with the Sliding Picture Puzzle (see Mini-Games page) and/or get to the 
    Triforce Chart.  Grapple the lever on the ceiling to extinguish the fire, 
    opening the fireplace to the basement.  Once down in the rat-infested, 
    flooded basement (enjoy!), you're at the mercy of my directions as there is 
    no map or compass.  Defeat any rats with your Boomerang, then go straight, 
    and take a right at the fork.  Keep right to a ladder and drop underground.  
    Crawl through the rightmost tunnel, going left, right, straight, and right up 
    a ladder.  Hammer down two pegs to open two gates.  Take the gate left and 
    down the ladder to two tunnels.  Taking the left one brings you to an Orange 
    Rupee (the path is one-way).  Grab that if you want, then take the right 
    tunnel (also one-way) up another ladder.  Hammer another peg up ahead to open 
    a gate.  Go through the gate, heading straight to another ladder.  Go down to 
    two tunnels.  Take the one by the ladder and go right, left and left again to 
    four pots.  Smash them for a lot of Rupees.  Backtrack to the other tunnel 
    and go left, right, left and right again to more pots.  Smash them for even 
    more rupees.  Go back through the tunnel, this time left, left and right to a 
    ladder.  Climb up to two pegs already hammered in.  Go through the right gate 
    towards the warp, then turn around, and go down the right hallway.  Take a 
    left to pass a peg already hammered and drop into a hole with no ladder.  
    Defeat two Redeads (what kind of deeds did Mrs. Marie do over the summer?).  
    Smash two pots to reveal a tunnel and take its only path to a ladder.  Climb 
    up to a wind crest.  Play the Wind's Requiem on it and collect Triforce Chart 
    #2 from the chest.  Hammer the peg to open a gate and take the warp out of 
    this hellhole.  
    
    For the next chart, make sure you have a few Hyoi Pears and 
    several arrows handy.  Warp to F6 (Forest Haven) and sail northeast to G5 
    (Bird's Peak Rock).  Aim your Hero's Bow at the tall peaks in the distance.  
    There are 6 peaks, all of which can be seen from the lower level of the 
    island.  Pick off any Kargorocs (five total) you can spot with your arrows.  
    The telescope is handy to spot them.  You will probably not hit them all, but 
    get as many as you can see.  Then use a Hyoi Pear to summon a seagull and 
    take control of it.  Fly the seagull to each peak and touch all six white 
    switches to unseal the cavern.  Avoid any leftover Kargorocs.  If you are hit 
    by one, you'll need to resume the quest with another Hyoi Pear.  When the 
    cavern is unsealed, enter the hole, stand on the wind crest and conduct the 
    Wind's Requiem.  Open the chest for Triforce Chart #3.  
    
    If you've followed the walkthrough thus far, you will already have the Ghost
    Ship Chart in hand.  If not, check my Treasure Charts page for help.  The 
    chart itself is rather odd reading, so I'll decipher it for you.  At night,
    check the phase of the moon.  Depending on its shape, the Ghost Ship appears
    at seven different islands.  Full moon = Crescent Moon Island (E1); Left
    crescent moon = Spectacle Isle (C2); Right crescent moon = Five-Star Isles
    (G7); Left half moon = Bomb Island (F5); Right half moon = Star Belt Archipelago
    (G3); Left three-quarter moon = Diamond Steppe Island (A6); and Right
    three-quarter moon = Greatfish Isle (B4).  Sail to one of those islands
    depending on the moon's phase and you'll find a glowing ship with blue flames
    within the quadrant.  Sail directly into the ship to enter it.  Defeat two
    Poes and the summoning Wizzrobe (plus any enemies it summons) to clear the
    room.  A ladder drops.  Climb it up to a chest and open it for Triforce Chart
    #4.  Once you have it, you automatically leave the ship and it never reappears
    again.  Spooky.  
    
    Next, sail to A5 (Needle Rock Isle).  If the Ghost Ship was at A6, you can 
    sail directly north, or warp to Greatfish Isle (B4) and sail southwest.  At 
    Needle Rock, look for a gold cannon boat surrounded by two regular cannon 
    boats.  It would be safer to bomb all three, but focus on the gold one and 
    pull up its treasure under a ring of light to get Triforce Chart #5.  
    
    The next chart is on your home island.  Warp directly to Outset Island (B7) and 
    go up the path to the broken bridge before the Forest of Fairies.  If you 
    talk to Old Man Ho-Ho, he is looking directly at your destination.  Use your 
    telescope to find a giant stone head slightly south on the right side of the 
    forest.  Stand on the rock peak behind Old Man Ho-Ho and set the wind to the 
    northwest.  Glide with your Deku Leaf to the island where the stone head 
    sits.  Make sure you have a full inventory (health, magic, items) before 
    continuing.  Lift the stone head and toss it to reveal a secret cavern, the 
    Savage Labyrinth.  Drop down to begin.  Each floor has a group of enemies, 
    and every ten floors holds enemies from a particular region you visited.  
    Each set of enemies becomes more and more challenging to fight.  Also, no 
    enemies drop items of use, so use your Grappling Hook on them to pull items 
    off them and collect items on every tenth level in the pots.  You can exit 
    the Labyrinth on every tenth floor if you wish.  For a detailed list of 
    enemies here, see my Treasure Charts page.  On the 30th floor, play the 
    Wind's Requiem while standing on the wind crest and open the chest for 
    Triforce Chart #6.  But don't exit yet.  Reflect light on the statue to open 
    a hole and finish off the last 20 floors to receive Piece of Heart #44.  It's 
    worth it in the long haul if you intend to complete everything in the game.  
    
    After exiting the Labyrinth, warp to D6 (Southern Fairy Island) and sail 
    northwest to C5 (Stone Watcher Island).  Lift the giant stone head on this 
    island and enter the hole.  Go through the door ahead of you.  This is a 
    lobby with a centre arena and five doors surrounding it.  From left to right, 
    enter each door and fight the enemies inside (four Armoses, two Moblins, 
    three Wizzrobes, and five Bokoblins).  After defeating each set of enemies, 
    exit the room and a torch will be lit above the door.  After defeating the 
    last set, two Darknuts appear in the lobby area.  Defeat them to open the 
    sealed door directly across from the entrance.  Enter it, play the Wind's 
    Requiem on the wind crest, and open the chest for Triforce Chart #7.  
    
    Exit and warp to F2 (Dragon Roost Island), then sail northeast to G1 (Overlook 
    Island).  Hookshot to the closest palm tree from your boat, then hookshot to 
    each tree until you reach a hole.  Enter another secret cavern.  This is the 
    same procedure as the last chart, but with different, harder enemies.  Again, 
    from left to right, defeat three Armos Knights, two Stalfoses, two Wizzrobes, 
    and five Shield Bokoblins in pots.  In the lobby, four Darknuts appear (what 
    a fight!).  Defeat them, enter the newly unsealed door, and play the Wind's 
    Requiem on the wind crest to get Triforce Chart #8.  Finally!  
    
    Now comes a slight challenge, depending on your spending habits.  You should
    have the biggest rupee wallet if you followed my walkthrough, otherwise see
    my Great Fairies page.  You need 3184 rupees to get Tingle to decipher your
    Triforce Charts.  If you don't have the IN-Credible chart, check a red postbox
    and pay an additional 201 rupees for postage due to receive it.  If you don't
    have enough rupees, check your remaining Treasure Charts that contain rupee 
    prizes.  Those are your biggest sources of rupees.  Another thing you can do 
    is exchange any leftover Spoils Bag items to Beedle for some extra cash.  
    It's not much, but it might help.  Once you have the money, warp directly to 
    Tingle Island (C3) and climb the totem pole in the middle of the island 
    (actually, the only thing on the island).  Talk to Tingle (in green) and he 
    will offer to decipher your charts.  One by one, give him each of your 8 
    Triforce Charts and 398 rupees each to decipher them.  Once he's translated 
    all 8 charts, the locations of the 8 Triforce Shards (making up the Triforce 
    of Courage) are revealed.  Sort of.  The shape of the island is revealed...so 
    I'll tell you where they actually are.  
    
    First, open up all your Triforce Charts, then warp to Greatfish Isle (B4)
    and find your first shard.  Look for a tall ring of light and follow your
    chart.  On the X, pull up the chest with the shard.  Continue this process
    for the next seven islands.  Here's how to get there:  warp to D2 (Windfall
    Island) and sail north to Gale Isle (D1) for Shard #2.  Next, warp to Tingle
    Island (C3) and sail south two quadrants to Stone Watcher Island (C5) for
    Shard #3.  Then, warp directly to Outset Island (B7) for Shard #4.  Warp to
    F6 (Forest Haven) and sail east to G6 (Cliff Plateau Isles) for Shard #5.
    Warp to E4 (Tower of the Gods) and sail southwest to D5 (Southern Triangle
    Island) for Shard #6.  Warp to F2 (Dragon Roost Island) and sail north to
    F1 (Seven-Star Isles) for Shard #7.  And finally, warp to D6 (Southern Fairy
    Island) and sail south to D7 (Two-Eye Reef) to find Shard #8.  The Triforce
    of Courage appears on your Quest Status menu.  
    
    Now, to return to Hyrule.  Make sure you have all Heart Pieces, 
    Treasure Charts (and their treasures), and other side quests completed before 
    continuing, because returning to the Great Sea becomes more difficult as you 
    progress.  Also, have a full inventory (health, magic, and items), and have 
    fairies, red/blue potions, and/or Elixir Soup in your bottles just in case.  
    When you're ready, warp directly to E4 (Tower of the Gods) and sail forward 
    where the golden light returns.  Enter the castle, now in ruins, and go down 
    through the basement opening.  Zelda will turn around and then disappear, 
    with Ganon summoning two Mighty Darknuts and a ring of fire to surround you.  
    Defeat the two guards to extinguish the flames.  Go back upstairs and out the 
    opposite exit onto the castle bridge.  At the magic barrier, slash it with 
    your Master Sword to dispel it.  Along the way, defeat Peahats, Red ChuChus, 
    Moblins, and another Mighty Darknut.  Hookshot targets to get over gaps, 
    defeating the Keese.  At the end, hookshot to enter Ganon's Tower.
    
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                               *Ganon's Tower* 
    
    
    Items/Weapons:  Light Arrows
    Heart Pieces:  0  //  44/44
    Treasure Charts:  0  //  41/41
    Special Charts:  0  //  12/12
    Great Fairies:  0  //  8/8
    Empty Bottles:  0  //  4/4
    Songs:  None
    
    Head forward through the door.  The main hall is a lava filled room with a 
    sealed door and four bridges leading to guarded rooms, one for each dungeon 
    level in your quest, with obstacles that are similar to their dungeon trials 
    and a rematch with the dungeon's boss.  
    
    Head down the leftmost bridge, defeat the Bokoblin guard and enter the
    door to the Dragon Roost Cavern room.  Use water jars to cross the lava
    (or use Ice Arrows).  Shoot an Ice Arrow at the lava plume, and ride it up
    a level.  Run and glide with your Deku Leaf to the boss door, avoiding any
    Red Bubbles hovering about.  Enter the boss door ahead of you to re-fight
    Gohma.  See boss section if you need a refresher.  Enjoy the cool black-and
    -white hues.  When you defeat each boss, you are returned to the centre of
    the main room.  
    
    Enter the second door to the left, the Forbidden Woods room.  Activate the
    pinwheel at left to summon a cable platform.  Ride it as far as possible.
    Leap off and glide to the moving platform.  Activate the next pinwheel to
    summon another cable platform.  Glide to it and ride it to the end.  Glide
    to the next moving platform and hop to the next one.  At its highest point,
    glide with your Deku Leaf to the boss door to re-fight Kalle Demos.  
    
    After the battle, enter the third room to the left, the Earth Temple room.
    Roll past the crypts to avoid the enemies and climb the stairs to another
    row of crypts.  At the end, is a constant pressure switch that creates stairs
    leading forward.  Reflect light from the source nearby with your shield to
    take out the Poes.  Lure and solidify a Dark ChuChu near the switch and place
    it on the switch.  Run up the stairs to reach the top in time.  Another
    stair/ChuChu/switch puzzle awaits, this time the switch and light are on
    opposite ends of the room.  Lure the Dark ChuChus to the switch, then quickly
    reflect light from the opposite end to freeze them.  Run/roll forward and
    place the ChuChu on the switch, then quickly take the stairs.  Avoid the
    slow-moving Stalfos.  At the top, enter the boss door to re-fight Jalhalla.  
    
    After the fight, enter the fourth room from left (the last one), the Wind
    Temple room.  Defeat the Wizzrobe, then spring up and glide to the other
    side of the spiked line.  Spring up and glide again between the updrafts.
    Defeat two Shield Bokoblins, then hookshot to the ledge and enter the boss
    door to re-fight Molgera.  After defeating the fourth boss, the sealed
    door shatters.  
    
    Take it forward to a staircase.  Defeat Miniblins along the way and enter
    the door at the top.  Take the door to the right to see a set of lit torches.
    The King of Red Lions tells you to remember the details.  You may want to
    read the tablet here as well.  Leave this room and enter the room straight
    ahead.  With your Boomerang, target the switches in this exact order: inner
    right, outer left, outer right, inner left.  This opens a passageway and your 
    boat enters the room, rather spookily I might add.  A purple warp appears 
    which lets you return to Forsaken Fortress and gather any items you may need.  
    If you are drastically low on anything, by all means use the warp.  
    
    When you are ready to continue, go back a room and enter the left 
    door where the torches and tablet were.  Drop into the open pit to enter the 
    next part of the tower.  You reach an arena where Phantom Ganon returns.  
    This fight is different from the last one at Forsaken Fortress (Part II).  If 
    he uses a purple energy ball, avoid it, and wait for the white one to appear.  
    Like the previous battle, bounce it back and forth with your sword, then 
    slash him when he's down.  A third attack may occur where five Phantom Ganons 
    approach, but only one is real.  Strike the real one seconds after the others 
    disappear.  When he disappears, his sword is left behind.  Follow the hilt 
    (handle) of the sword and enter the corresponding door.  A confirmation bell 
    will sound if you did it right.  Continue fighting the Phantom Ganons that 
    appear.  After seven battles, a chest will appear in the middle of the room.  
    Open it for the Light Arrows.  
    
    Go through the door the handle points at and you return to the main room of
    the tower.  Fight one more Phantom Ganon, just by shooting a Light Arrow at
    him to easily defeat it.  Pick up his sword left behind and toss it at the
    wall with a horned symbol on it to break it open.  Enter and go up the long
    stairway.  Along the way, fight three Moblins, a Darknut, and two Mighty
    Darknuts to open the door at the top.  
    
    Enter and watch a cinema with Ganon and Zelda.  You enter into the first of
    two phases of the Ganon fight, each involving three parts.  See boss section
    for help on defeating Puppet Ganon.  After Puppet Ganon retreats, climb the
    red string left over and climb up to a chandelier platform.  Grapple and
    climb up onto the pole above you.  On that platform, smash the pots to get
    hearts and magic vials.  Grapple the next pole and climb up to a third platform.
    Smash a lone pot on the edge to get a fairy.  Bottle it if you can.  Bomb the
    Warp Jar to unseal it.  You can use it if you want to reach the bottom level
    of this room and go back to get items.  There are also several Morths which
    can leave small prizes and pots with magic, bombs and another fairy.  
    
    When you are ready to finish Ganon off, look for a red platform with a blue
    door.  Hookshoot the target above it and enter the doorway to continue your
    fight with Ganon.  See boss section for more help on the last phase, fought
    in three stages.  After the battle is over, watch the sweet end cinema, 
    unfortunately short-lived, but pleasant none the less.  Congratulations on 
    finishing Wind Waker!  Wait until after the end credits to save the game and 
    restart it with new clothes and the Deluxe Picto Box in your possession to 
    complete the Nintendo Gallery.  See my page on that for more details.  Hope 
    you enjoyed the game and found this walkthrough helpful.
    
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                                *Heart Pieces* 
    
    
    Heart Pieces are found throughout your quest either by completing a side 
    quest, a good deed, from a Treasure Chart or by simply navigating dungeons.  
    Four Heart Pieces create a Heart Container, which adds one heart to your 
    health meter. There are 44 Heart Pieces to be found, and here's how: BTW, 
    all Heart Pieces are listed in the walkthrough according to location, and 
    are numbered the same way as in this list.  
     
    
    1) Location: Forsaken Fortress (A1)  
    What You Need: Nothing  
    How: Find chest on first floor, hit the switch to open the cell.  
     
    2) Location: Windfall Island (D2)  
    What You Need: Rupees  
    How: Squid-Hunt minigame, your first win  
     
    3) Location: Any red postbox  
    What You Need: Complete Dragon Roost Cavern & Forbidden Woods  
    How: Open letter from Chieftain  
     
    4) Location: Crescent Moon Island (E1)  
    What You Need: Treasure Chart #11  
    How: Locate treasure from chart.  
     
    5) Location: Spectacle Isle (C2)  
    What You Need: Rupees  
    How: Cannon minigame, first win  
     
    6) Location: Pawprint Isle (E2)  
    What You Need: Nothing (bombs for a Joy Pendant inside)  
    How: Slash the grass to clear an entrance and crawl into the dome. 
    Locate chest.  
     
    7) Location: Any red postbox  
    What You Need: Complete Mail Center minigame at Dragon Roost 
    Island (F2)  
    How: Open letter from Baito's mother  
     
    8) Location: Any red postbox  
    What You Need: Give 20 Golden Feathers to Hoskit at Dragon Roost 
    Island (F2)  
    How: Open letter from Hoskit's girlfriend  
     
    9) Location: Six-Eye Reef (D4)  
    What You Need: Nothing  
    How: Clear submarine.  
     
    10) Location: Needle Rock Isle (A5)  
    What You Need: Hyoi Pear  
    How: Take control of a seagull and fly to the peak to it the switch 
    and exhaust the flames covering the chest. Open the chest for the 
    piece.  
     
    11) Location: Diamond Steppe Island (A6)  
    What You Need: Treasure Chart #23  
    How: Locate treasure from chart  
     
    12) Location: Headstone Island (C7)  
    What You Need: Hyoi Pear  
    How: Take control of a seagull, and fly it to the peak where it sits.  
     
    13) Location: Angular Isles (E7)  
    What You Need: Nothing  
    How: Climb the moveable block tower island to reach the chest.  
     
    14) Location: Five-Star Isles (G7)  
    What You Need: Nothing  
    How: Clear the submarine.  
     
    15) Location: Seven-Star Isles (F1)  
    What You Need: Boomerang  
    How: Defeat Big Octo.  
     
    16) Location: Flight Control Platform (G2)  
    What You Need: Deku Leaf, Rupees  
    How: Win Bird-Man Contest minigame  
     
    17) Location: Tingle Island (C3)  
    What You Need: Boomerang  
    How: Defeat Big Octo  
     
    18) Location: Greatfish Isle (B4)  
    What You Need: Deku Leaf, Wind Waker, Wind's Requiem  
    How: Set the wind accordingly and glide into secret alcove with a 
    chest.  
     
    19) Location: Stone Watcher Island (C5)  
    What You Need: Bombs or Boomerang  
    How: Defeat wall cannons on Sea Platforms  
     
    20) Location: Angular Isles (E7)  
    What You Need: Treasure Chart #15  
    How: Locate treasure from chart  
     
    21) Location: Star Island (B1)  
    What You Need: Bombs  
    How: Destroy boulder, clear secret cavern  
     
    22) Location: Rock Spire Isle (B3)  
    What You Need: 950 rupees  
    How: Purchase from Beedle's Shop Ship  
    
    23) Location: Rock Spire Isle (B3)  
    What You Need: Bombs  
    How: Destroy cannon boats, pull up chest from ring of light  
     
    24) Location: Bomb Island (F5)  
    What You Need: Bombs  
    How: Destroy boulder, enter and clear secret cavern  
     
    25) Location: Southern Fairy Island (D6)  
    What You Need: Treasure Chart #4  
    How: Locate treasure from chart  
     
    26) Location: Differs (likely end up at Star Island, B1)  
    What You Need: Forest Water  
    How: Withered Deku Tree side quest  
    
    27) Location: Windfall Island (D2)  
    What You Need: Rupees  
    How: Win auction  
     
    28) Location: Windfall Island (D2)  
    What You Need: Defeated Helmaroc King  
    How: Mail letter for Maggie  
     
    29) Location: Windfall Island (D2)  
    What You Need: Rupees  
    How: Wandering Merchant side quest  
     
    30) Location: Windfall Island (D2)  
    What You Need: Nothing  
    How: Play hide-and-seek with Killer Bees  
     
    31) Location: Windfall Island (D2)  
    What You Need: Deluxe Picto Box  
    How: Take photo of Linda, show to Anton, wait 1-2 days, 
    see them at cafe.  
     
    32) Location: Windfall Island (D2)  
    What You Need: Rupees  
    How: Purchase a product from Zunari's Stall and place them around 
    town in the holdsters, place about 25, talk to Sam  
     
    33) Location: Pawprint Isle (E2)  
    What You Need: Treasure Chart #30  
    How: Locate treasure from chart  
     
    34) Location: Rock Spire Isle (B3)  
    What You Need: Treasure Chart #2  
    How: Locate treasure from chart  
     
    35) Location: Three-Eye Reef  
    What You Need: Treasure Chart #38  
    How: Locate treasure from chart  
     
    36) Location: Forest Haven (F7)  
    What You Need: Treasure Chart #31  
    How: Locate treasure from chart  
     
    37) Location: Five-Star Isles (G7)  
    What You Need: Treasure Chart #33  
    How: Locate treasure from chart  
     
    38) Location: Windfall Island (D2)  
    What You Need: Fire/Ice Arrows  
    How: Step on switch to turn on lighthouse, shoot fire arrow 
    at lamp, talk to Kreeb  
     
    39) Location: Windfall Island (D2)  
    What You Need: Complete steps for #38 above, Deku Leaf, Wind 
    Waker, Wind's Requiem  
    How: Set wind accordingly and glide to chest just off Bomb 
    Shop  
     
    40) Location: Thorned Fairy Island (G4)  
    What You Need: Treasure Chart #5  
    How: Locate treasure from chest  
     
    41) Location: Bomb Island (F5)  
    What You Need: Treasure Chart #20  
    How: Locate treasure from chest  
     
    42) Location: Outset Island (B7)  
    What You Need: Power Bracelets, All-Purpose Bait  
    How: Pick up big black pig, carry to soil across the pier, 
    bait  
     
    43) Location: Outset Island (B7)  
    What You Need: Nothing  
    How: Combat training minigame, hit Orca 500 times  
     
    44) Location: Outset Island (B7)  
    What You Need: Power Bracelets, Mirror Shield  
    How: In Savage Labyrinth, complete 50th floor
    
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                                   *Charts* 
    
    
    Treasure charts are found throughout the islands of the Great Sea 
    to find and haul up a certain prize hidden under the ocean.  There are 
    41 Treasure Charts in total to be found, and that means there are 41 
    treasures to be hauled up.  So, getting the chart is really just half 
    the job.  
    
    There are also 12 special charts that outline where to find certain 
    important locations and items, and 8 Triforce Charts that help you find 
    the 8 Triforce shards that will piece together the Triforce of Courage
    and allow you to fight Ganon. 
    
    Below are the locations of all these charts, where to find them, how to 
    get them, what you need to get them, where to haul up their treasure and 
    what the treasure ultimately is.  Charts are listed in chronological order 
    based on the order they appear in your subscreen.  For more details, see 
    the applicable section of the walkthrough.  BTW, the descriptions below 
    are directly from the walkthrough!
    
    
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    1)  Where:  Forbidden Woods (F6)
    What You Need:  Grappling Hook, Boomerang
    How:  After getting the boss key, backtrack one more room to the 
    floating flower. Bomb the door to the northeast and go through it. 
    Defeat the three Peahats and leap across two platforms to the north. 
    Defeat the Boko Baba and Morths with your boomerang. Get onto the 
    northwest platform and take out the next Boko Baba. Use the Baba Bud 
    left behind to launch up to the north. Activate the pinwheel and ride 
    the cable platform the opposite way. Pluck the Bomb Plant and run across 
    the cable platform, dropping it in the centre of the large tree trunk 
    in the middle, destroying the barrier over a chest inside. Drop into the 
    tree trunk and open the chest.
    
    Treasure found at:  Private Oasis (E5)
    Treasure:  Silver Rupee
    
    
    2)  Where:  Windfall Island (D2)
    What You Need:  Heart Piece #28, 20 Skull Necklaces
    How:  Talk to Maggie's Father after mailing the letter for Maggie and 
    give him 20 Skull Necklaces in exchange.
    
    Treasure found at:  Rock Spire Isle (B3)
    Treasure:  Piece of Heart #4
    
    
    3)  Where:  Forest Haven (F6)
    What You Need:  Deku Leaf
    How:  Inside Forest Haven, make your way up to the Deku Leaf platform 
    on the Great Deku Tree.  Glide to the lone Baba Bud, then to a higher 
    spot on the Deku Tree, and then finally to the highest ledge in Forest 
    Haven.  Exit to the outside.  Change the wind direction to face the 
    southeast island you see in a short cutscene.  Glide with the Deku Leaf 
    to the hill, using the C-Stick to change to a bird's eye view.  When your 
    shadow appears safely on the hill, you can drop knowing you will land.  
    Open the chest.
    
    Treasure found at:  Eastern Fairy Island (E3)
    Treasure:  Silver Rupee
    
    
    4)  Where:  Beedle's Shop Ship (B3)
    What You Need:  Second wallet upgrade, 900 rupees
    How:  Purchased for 900 rupees.
    
    Treasure found at:  Southern Fairy Island (D6)
    Treasure: Piece of Heart # 25
    
    
    5)  Where:  Wind Temple (D1)
    What You Need:  Iron Boots, Hookshot
    How:  After getting the Boss Key, carry Makar through that door 
    and drop to the basement level.  When the fan is off, drop between 
    the blades to a secret spot and carry Makar through the locked door.  
    Defeat two Stalfoses and a Wizzrobe, then hookshot up to the highest 
    platform where a heavy-duty switch lies.  Activate it with the Iron
    Boots to open the east door.  Before you leave, pull down all the 
    stone masks with your Iron Boots and Hookshot to reveal two Bokoblins 
    hiding inside.  Defeat them to reveal a chest.
    
    Treasure found at:  Thorned Fairy Island (G4)
    Treasure:  Piece of Heart # 40
    
    
    6)  Where:  Tower of the Gods (E4)
    What You Need:  Arrows
    How:  Sail to the northwest corner of the main room and through the 
    door there.  In this room, shoot the eye plaque on the west wall to 
    open up an alcove.  Open the chest.
    
    Treasure found at:  Six-Eye Reef (D4)
    Treasure:  Silver Rupee
    
    
    7)  Where:  Windfall Island (D2)
    What You Need:  Rupees
    How:  Win the Squid Hunt minigame a second time.
    
    Treasure found at:  Star Island (B1)
    Treasure:  Silver Rupee
    
    
    8)  Where:  Horseshoe Island (A7)
    What You Need:  N/A
    How:  Find and drop into a hole to a secret cavern.  Defeat the 
    Mothula and two Wingless Mothulas to reveal a chest.
    
    Treasure found at:  Western Fairy Island (A3)
    Treasure:  Silver Rupee
    
    
    9)  Where:  Crescent Moon Island submarine (E1)
    What You Need:  N/A
    How:  Enter the submarine and defeat Miniblins until the four 
    torches are lit.  Climb the ladder at the end and open the chest.
    
    Treasure found at:  Horseshoe Island (A7)
    Treasure:  Silver Rupee
    
    
    10)  Where:  Crescent Moon Island (E1)
    What You Need:  N/A
    How:  Climb up to the top peak where you'll find a lone chest. 
    
    Treasure found at:  Tingle Island (C3)
    Treasure:  Silver Rupee
    
    
    11)  Where:  Dragon Roost Cavern (F2)
    What You Need:  Deku Stick (found in pots)
    How:  Near the second Warp Jar, go across the bridge and through 
    the door.  Defeat the Bokoblin and smash all the pots in the room.  
    To smash the high ones, ram into the wall to knock them down.  
    Defeat two more Bokoblins hiding in pots.  When all are defeated the 
    sealed door opens, but before you enter, light the torch to the west 
    to reveal a chest 
    
    Treasure found at:  Crescent Moon Island (E1)
    Treasure:  Piece of Heart # 4
    
    
    12)  Where:  Earth Temple (C7)
    What You Need:  Arrows
    How:  After getting the Small Key, the fog barrier dissipates.  
    For a quick and fairly painless way to get a Treasure Chart, defeat 
    all six Floor Masters on the...floor.  Be careful not to get caught.  
    Keep a safe distance and use arrows.  Once all are defeated, open the 
    chest that appears.
    
    Treasure found at:  Five-Eye Reef (B6)
    Treasure:  Silver Rupee
    
    
    13)  Where:  Two-Eye Reef (D6)
    What You Need:  Bombs, Deku Leaf
    How:  Inside the reef, using your cannon, destroy all Cannon Boats 
    and wall cannons.  A chest appears on a peak.  Walk around the 
    elevated perimeter of the reef until you get close to the chest.  
    Set the wind with the Wind's Requiem and glide with your Deku Leaf 
    to the chest.
    
    Treasure found at:  Overlook Island (G1)
    Treasure:  Secret Cave Chart
    
    
    14)  Where:  Headstone Island submarine (C7)
    What You Need:  Boomerang
    How:  Find the Submarine and enter.  Defeat the Bombchu (rats 
    holding bombs) with your Boomerang (to avoid being blasted by 
    lone Bomb Plants with your sword).  When you defeat them all, a 
    ladder drops, leading to a chest.
    
    Treasure found at:  Tower of the Gods (E4)
    Treasure:  Silver Rupee
    
    
    15)  Where:  Forbidden Woods (F6)
    What You Need:  Deku Leaf
    How:  Take the third Warp Jar to the first room, then go north 
    to the next room.  Use the Baba Buds and Deku Leaf to ascend two 
    floors in the same room.  Using the northeast Baba Bud, glide to 
    the southwest corner.  Target the blue flower on the chest to 
    destroy the barrier and open the chest.
    
    Treasure found at:  Angular Isles (E7)
    Treasure:  Piece of Heart # 20
    
    
    16)  Where:  Seven-Star Isles (F1)
    What You Need:  Arrows
    How:  Locate a trio of sea platforms and climb up.  Defeat the 
    Wizzrobes to reveal a chest with a Treasure Chart.
    
    Treasure found at:  Shark Island (C6)
    Treasure:  Silver Rupee
    
    
    17)  Where:  Spectacle Isle (C2)
    What You Need:  Rupees
    How:  Win the Cannon minigame a second time.
    
    Treasure found at:  Ice Ring Isle (E6)
    Treasure:  Silver Rupee
    
    
    18)  Where:  Windfall Island (D2)
    What You Need:  A lot of rupees.
    How:  Won in Windfall Auction at night with highest bid.
    
    Treasure found at:  Windfall Island (D2)
    Treasure:  Green Rupee
    
    
    19)  Where:  Four-Eye Reef (A2)
    What You Need:  Bombs
    How:  Destroy all cannon boats and wall cannons in & around the 
    reef to reveal a chest.
    
    Treasure found at:  Flight Control Platform (G2)
    Treasure:  Island Hearts Chart
    
    
    20)  Where:  Earth Temple (C7)
    What You Need:  N/A
    How:  In the big room where you pull/push blocks on the scorpion 
    tiles, go through the southwest alcove door to a small room.  You 
    can have Medli reflect light on each crypt (one at a time) and defeat 
    each Stalfos inside.  I wouldn't recommend fighting three at once!  
    You can also reflect light yourself, dontcha know.  Defeat the three 
    Stalfoses to made a chest appear.  Pull out the block to reach the 
    upper part and open it.
    
    Treasure found at:  Bomb Island (F5)
    Treasure:  Piece of Heart # 41
    
    
    21)  Where:  Cyclops Reef (C4)
    What You Need:  Bombs
    How:  Bomb all cannon boats and wall cannons in & around the reef 
    to reveal a chest.
    
    Treasure found at:  Cyclops Reef (C4)
    Treasure:  Light Ring Chart
    
    
    22)  Where:  Northern Fairy Island submarine (C1)
    What You Need:  N/A
    How:  Find the Submarine and enter it.  You can easily avoid a fight 
    by swinging across the lantern ropes to the end.  Be sure to aim your 
    swings properly.  At the end is a chest.
    
    Treasure found at:  Spectacle Isle (C2)
    Treasure:  Silver Rupee
    
    
    23)  Where:  Windfall Island (D2)
    What You Need:  Rupees
    How:  Complete a new high score in the Squid-Hunt minigame.
    
    Treasure found at:  Diamond Steppe Island (A6)
    Treasure:  Piece of Heart # 11
    
    
    24)  Where:  Windfall Island (D2)
    What You Need:  Deku Leaf, Deluxe Picto Box
    How:  Stand on the railing facing Lenzo's shop, set the wind 
    accordingly, and, using the Deku Leaf, glide to the upper door above 
    the shop and enter.  Crawl through the hole between the chests to 
    wriggle out of a picture frame on the wall.  Carefully get close to 
    Lenzo and Minenco without being caught.  Take a photo of them together 
    in the same shot (both full bodies in frame).  Once you have the photo, 
    show it to Pompie and Vera, the gossipy women near the shop.  They will 
    give you the Treasure Chart.
    
    Treasure found at:  Northern Fairy Island (C1)
    Treasure:  Silver Rupee
    
    
    25)  Where:  Cliff Plateau Isles (G6)
    What You Need:  Fire Arrows
    How:  In the secret cavern, hop across the small platforms and glide 
    across to the higher part with a grassy area.  You can also spin them 
    with a blow of the Deku Leaf if that helps.  Avoid the thorny walls and 
    defeat a Boko Baba near a tree stump.  Use its Baba Bud to reach a 
    higher stump, then hop/glide to another.  Shoot a Fire Arrow at the 
    wooden gate to burn it away and glide through it to a warp.  Once
    outside, open the chest.
    
    Treasure found at:  Forsaken Fortress (A1)
    Treasure:  Silver Rupee
    
    
    26)  Where:  Six-Eye Reef (D4)
    What You Need:  Bombs
    How:  Bomb all cannon boats and wall cannons in & around the reef 
    to reveal a chest.
    
    Treasure found at:  Northern Triangle Island (D3)
    Treasure:  Octo Chart
    
    
    27)  Where:  Private Oasis (E5)
    What You Need:  Hookshot
    How:  From the back of the cabana, hookshot a tree and walk the 
    narrow ledge to a chest.
    
    Treasure found at:  Star Belt Archipelago (G3)
    Treasure:  Silver Rupee
    
    
    28)  Where:  Horseshoe Island (A7)
    What You Need:  Deku Leaf
    How:  Use the Deku Leaf to blow the big seeds into the holes to 
    disable the wall of thorny vines.  Continue until the end and glide 
    to the centre platform with a chest.
    
    Treasure found at:  Needle Rock Isle (A5)
    Treasure:  Silver Rupee
    
    
    29)  Where:  Windfall Island (D2)
    What You Need:  Deku Leaf
    How:  Stand on the railing facing Lenzo's shop, set the wind 
    accordingly, and, using the Deku Leaf, glide to the upper door 
    above the shop and enter.  Open the one chest.
    
    Treasure found at:  Mother & Child Isles (B2)
    Treasure:  Silver Rupee
    
    
    30)  Where:  Tower of the Gods
    What You Need:  Bombs, Wind's Requiem
    How:  Stand on the west platform (in the basement level) and bomb 
    the cracked wall to reveal a door.  Once you're through it, stand 
    on the blue wind-crest tile and play the Wind's Requiem, then open 
    the chest that appears.
    
    Treasure found at:  Pawprint Isle (E2)
    Treasure:  Piece of Heart # 33
    
    
    31)  Where:  Windfall Island (D2)
    What You Need:  Deluxe Picto Box, maybe Song of Passing
    How:  On a night when the moon is entirely full (it may take a few 
    plays of Song of Passing to get it right), take a pictograph of it 
    (must be with Deluxe Picto Box).  Bring the pictograph to Kamo during 
    the day to get the Chart.
    
    Treasure found at:  Forest Haven (F6)
    Treasure:  Piece of Heart # 36
    
    
    32)  Where:  Three-Eye Reef (A4)
    What You Need:  Bombs
    How:  Bomb all cannon boats & wall cannons in & around the reef to 
    reveal a chest.
    
    Treasure found at:  Boating Course (F7)
    Treasure:  Sea Hearts Chart
    
    
    33)  Where:  Windfall Island (D2)
    What You Need:  Deluxe Picto Box
    How:  Talk to Mimenco, a vain lady standing by the Chu Juice Jelly 
    Shop.  Talk a pictograph of her and show it to her to receive the Chart.
    
    Treasure found at:  Five-Star Isles (G7)
    Treasure:  Piece of Heart # 27
    
    
    34)  Where:  Salvage Corps. boat (found in various locations)
    What You Need:  Opportunity (to find them)
    How:  Sometime during your quest, you will bump into a strange-looking 
    boat.  The friendly people (or are they?) will give you a Chart.
    
    Treasure found at:  Eastern Triangle Island (F4)
    Treasure:  Silver Rupee
    
    
    35)  Where:  Wind Temple (D1)
    What You Need:  Iron Boots
    How:  In the room with dark tiles, crash through each one and 
    defeat all enemies.  A chest appears.
    
    Treasure found at:  Islet of Steel (B5)
    Treasure:  Silver Rupee
    
    
    36)  Where:  Ice Ring Isle (E6)
    What You Need:  Fire Arrow, Iron Boots
    How:  Find the frozen treasure chest on the east side of the island.  
    Shoot a Fire Arrow at it to melt it and open it
    
    Treasure found at:  Bird's Peak Rock (G5)
    Treasure:  Silver Rupee
    
    
    37)  Where:  Rock Spire Isle (B3)
    What You Need:  Bombs
    How:  Bomb your way along the spires to a secret cavern hole.  
    Inside, light a Deku Stick from a torch and use that to light two other 
    torches.  A bunch of Keese appear.  Wipe them all out to reveal a chest.
    
    Treasure found at:  Fire Mountain (F3)
    Treasure:  Silver Rupee
    
    
    38)  Where:  Windfall Island (D2)
    What You Need:  A lot of rupees.
    How:  Won in Windfall Auction at night with highest bid.
    
    Treasure found at:  Three-Eye Reef (A4)
    Treasure:  Piece of Heart # 35
    
    
    39)  Where:  Dragon Roost Cavern (F2)
    What You Need:  Grappling Hook
    How:  Use the last Warp Jar to reach the very first room and go 
    forward once.  Go southwest to another room.  Find the northeast cove 
    and grapple across.  Smash the wooden beams and open the chest
    
    Treasure found at:  Dragon Roost Island (F2)
    Treasure:  Silver Rupee
    
    
    40)  Where:  Eastern Fairy Island (E3)
    What You Need:  Bombs or Boomerang, Deku Leaf
    How:  Find the three Sea Platforms and destroy their wall cannons with 
    your boomerang or cannon (on two platforms) to make a chest appear.  
    Climb up one platform's ladder to the top and glide with your Deku Leaf 
    (with the wind set properly) to the chest.
    
    Treasure found at:  Headstone Island (C7)
    Treasure:  Silver Rupee
    
    
    41)  Where:  Five-Eye Reef (B6)
    What You Need:  Bombs
    How:  Bomb all cannon boats & wall cannons in & around the reef to 
    reveal a chest.
    
    Treasure found at:  Four-Eye Reef (A2)
    Treasure:  Great Fairy Chart
    
    
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                               *Special Charts* 
    
    
    
    Beedle's Chart
    After buying the bomb bag at Beedle's Shop Ship, check a postbox 
    later on to get Beedle's Chart.  This shows all locations of 
    Beedle's Shop Ship.  The one in Rock Spire Isle with the Amazon mask 
    is a special shop with an empty bottle, Heart Piece, and Treasure Chart 
    for sale.
    
    
    Ghost Ship Chart
    In secret cavern at Diamond Steppe Island (A6), a reward for completing 
    the ghost ship maze.  Need Hookshot to complete.  Shows location of 
    Ghost Ship based on phase of the moon.
    
    Moon Phases -->
    Full Moon- Crescent Moon Island (E1)
    Half-Moon (left)- Star Belt Archipelago (G3)
    Half-Moon (right)- Bomb Island (F5)
    Crescent Moon (left)- Greatfish Isle (B4)
    Crescent Moon (right)- Diamond Steppe Island (A6)
    Three-Quarter Moon (left)- Five-Star Isles (G7)
    Three-Quarter Moon (right)- Spectacle Island (C2)
    
    
    Great Fairy Chart
    At Four-Eye Reef (A2), haul up treasure from Treasure Chart # 41.  
    This shows the locations of the 8 Great Fairy Fountains.
    
    
    IN-Credible Chart
    After freeing Tingle from the jail cell at Windfall Island, check a 
    postbox after completing the Tower of the Gods.  Pay a postage fee 
    of 201 rupees to receive it.  This shows the locations of the 8 Triforce 
    Charts.
    
    
    Island Hearts Chart
    In Flight Control Platform (G2), haul up treasure from Treasure 
    Chart # 19.  This shows the locations of Pieces of Heart found on land.
    
    
    Light Ring Chart
    At Cyclops Reef (C4), haul up treasure from Treasure Chart # 21.  This 
    shows the locations of rings of light that appear under a full moon.
    
    
    Octo Chart
    At Northern Triangle Island (D3), haul up treasure from Treasure Chart 
    # 26.  This shows the locations of the 6 Big Otos.
    
    
    Platform Chart
    At Flight Control Platform submarine (G2), clear the sub of enemies.  
    Need Hero's Bow.  This shows the locations of all sea platforms.
    
    
    Sea Hearts Chart
    At Boating Course (F7), haul up treasure from Treasure Chart # 32.  
    This shows the locations of all sea treasure with heart pieces.
    
    
    Secret Cave Chart
    At Overlook Island (G1), haul up treasure from Treasure Chart # 13.  
    This shows the locations of all secret cavern holes.
    
    
    Submarine Chart
    At Boating Course (F7), enter the secret cavern, using hte Deku Leaf 
    to glide to the small island across from the finish line, and inside, 
    target all 3 crystal switches with your boomerang while avoiding the 
    Miniblins..  This chart shows the locations of all submarines.
    
    
    Tingle's Chart
    Free Tingle from the jail cell at Windfall Island.  It's more like 
    a rough drawing of how to get to Tingle Island from Windfall.
    
    
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                              *Triforce Charts* 
    
    
    
    1)  At Islet of Steel (B5), destroy the Cannon Boats and enter the 
    open wall.  Play the Wind's Requiem on the wind crest.   The shard is 
    located at Greatfish Isle (B4).
    
    2)  At Cabana Island (E5), navigate the basement (see walkthrough for 
    details).  Play the Wind's Requiem on the wind crest.   The shard is 
    located at Gale Isle (D1).
    
    3)  At Bird's Peak Rock (G5), use a Hyoi Pear to lure a seagull and fly 
    it around the peak, hitting five crystal switches to activate a gate 
    blocking a secret cavern.  Inside, play the Wind's Requiem on the wind 
    crest.   The shard is located at Stone Watcher Island (C5).
    
    4)  Using the Ghost Ship Chart, navigate the Ghost Ship to find the 
    chest with the Triforce Chart (see walkthrough for details).  The shard 
    is located at Outset Island (B7).
    
    5)  At Needle Rock Isle (A5), bomb the gold cannon boat to reveal a 
    ring of light.  Haul up a treasure chest with the chart.  The shard is 
    located at Cliff Plateau Isles (G6).
    
    6)  From Outset Island (B7), head up to the bridge leading to the Forest 
    of Fairies.  Standing on the rock behind Old Man Ho Ho, set the wind NW, 
    then fly with your Deku Leaf to the stone head just right of the forest.  
    Lift the stone head up and enter the Savage Labyrinth.  This labyrinth 
    contains 50 floors of enemies you must defeat to move to the next floor.  
    At the 30th floor is the Triforce Chart.  Finishing all 50 floors rewards 
    you with a Heart Piece.  A guide to the labyrinth is below.  My suggestion 
    would be to have a couple of fairies/red potions/Elixir Soup available and 
    have a full stock of arrows and bombs.  The shard is located at Southern 
    Triangle Island (D5).
    
    Savage Labyrinth -->
    
    First room- Fairies and warp to surface
    
    1)  Keese
    2)  Miniblins
    3)  Bokoblins
    4)  Red ChuChus
    5)  Magtails
    6)  Keese & Minibins
    7)  Fire Keese & Magtails
    8)  Bokoblins & Fire Keese
    9)  Moblins
    10)  Pots with Hearts, rupees & warp to surface
    11)  Peahats
    12)  Green ChuChus
    13)  Boko Babas
    14)  Shield Bokoblins
    15)  Wingless Mothulas
    16)  Boko Babas & Peahats
    17)  Green ChuChus & Bokoblins in pots
    18)  Shield Bokoblins & Wingless Mothulas
    19)  Mothulas
    20)  Pots with hearts, rupees, bombs & warp to surface.
    21)  Wizzrobes
    22)  Armoses
    23)  Armos Knights
    24)  Yellow ChuChus in pots
    25)  Red Bubbles
    26)  Shield Bokoblins & a Darknut
    27)  Armoses & Wizzrobe
    28)  Red Bubbles & Armos Knights
    29)  Darknuts
    30)  Pots with hearts, rupees, wind crest for Triforce Chart & 
         warp to surface.
    31)  ReDeads
    32)  Blue Bubbles
    33)  Dark ChuChus
    34)  Poes
    35)  Mothulas
    36)  Moblins & ReDeads
    37)  Mothula & Dark ChuChus
    38)  Poes & Moblins
    39)  Stalfoses & Blue Bubbles
    40)  Pots with 500+ rupees
    41)  Miniblins
    42)  Green, Red & Yellow ChuChus
    43)  Hammer the stake to make Wizzrobes appear.
    44)  Bokoblins & Shield Bokoblins
    45)  ReDeads & Stalfoses
    46)  Moblins & Darknuts
    47)  Wizzrobes, Darknuts & electric barriers
    48)  Stalfoses & a minefield of bomb plants
    49)  Darknuts & fire-breathing statues (those can't be fought)
    50)  Piece of Heart # 44
    
    7) At Stone Watcher Island (C5), lift the stone head and enter the 
    secret cavern.  Go through the door into a hall with four other rooms.  
    Each door has a set of enemies you must defeat to move on.  Going around 
    the room from left are four Armoses, two Moblins, three Wizzrobes, and 
    five Bokoblins.  Returning to the previous room after the last torch is 
    lit, you have to fight two Darknuts.  After that, go through the newly 
    opened door and play the Wind's Requiem on the wind crest to get the chart.  
    The shard is located at Seven-Star Isles (F1).
    
    8) At Overlook Island, hookshot up and enter the secret cavern.  Like 
    # 7, go forward and from left fight three Armos Knights, two Stalfoses, 
    two Wizzrobes, and five Shield Bokoblins in pots.  Upon entering the lobby 
    after the last torch is lit, you fight four Darknuts.  Enter the newly 
    unlocked door and play the Wind's Requiem on the wind crest for the chart. 
    The shard is located at Two-Eye Reef (D7).
    
    
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                      *Great Sea Chart & Master Sea Chart* 
    
    
    This is a detailed listing of all 49 islands of the Great Sea, 
    in a 7x7 grid, with a legend including each island's major treasures
    and locations. 
    
    
                              A1 B1 C1 D1 E1 F1 G1 
                              A2 B2 C2 D2 E2 F2 G2 
                              A3 B3 C3 D3 E3 F3 G3 
                              A4 B4 C4 D4 E4 F4 G4 
                              A5 B5 C5 D5 E5 F5 G5 
                              A6 B6 C6 D6 E6 F6 G6 
                              A7 B7 C7 D7 E7 F7 G7 
    
    
    A1- Forsaken Fortress 
    An ugly looking fortress atop a wide island, home of your nemesis, Ganon. 
    Here you'll find Heart Piece #1, Skull Hammer, and Silver Rupee 
    (from Treasure Chart #25) 
    
    
    A2- Four-Eye Reef 
    A square reef with four rock walls surrounded by cannon boats and wall 
    cannons. 
    Here you'll find Treasure Chart #19, and Great Fairy Chart (from Treasure 
    Chart #41) 
    
    
    A3- Western Fairy Island 
    A small, heart-shaped island with a Great Fairy fountain. 
    Here you'll find a Blue ChuChu, a Sea Platform, Silver Rupee (from Treasure 
    Chart #8), and Great Fairy for arrow upgrade. 
    
    
    A4- Three-Eye Reef 
    A square reef with three rock walls surrounded by cannon boats and wall 
    cannons. 
    Here you'll find Treasure Chart #32, and Heart Piece #35 (from Treasure 
    Chart #38). 
    
    
    A5- Needle Rock Isle 
    A round island with a tall, narrow pillar in the middle surrounded by 
    Kargoroc nests. 
    Here you'll find Heart Piece #10, Silver Rupee (from Treasure Chart #28), 
    Triforce Chart #5, and secret cavern (for Orange Rupee) 
    
    
    A6- Diamond Steppe Island 
    A small, diamond-shaped island accessible only with the Hookshot on the 
    trees. 
    Here you'll find a Big Octo (for Orange Rupee), Heart Piece #11 (from 
    Treasure Chart #23), a Blue ChuChu, and Ghost Ship Chart. 
    
    
    A7- Horseshoe Island 
    A horseshoe-shaped island with a small pillar in the middle. Thorny 
    walls surround the island, with Deku Nuts and holes. 
    Here you'll find two Sea Platforms, Silver Rupee (from Treasure Chart #9), 
    Treasure Chart #28, and Treasure Chart #8. 
    
    
    
    B1- Star Island 
    A small star-shaped island. 
    Here you'll find a Sea Platform, a Blue ChuChu, Silver Rupee (from 
    Treasure Chart #7), and Heart Piece #21. 
    
    
    B2- Mother & Child Isles 
    A pair of islands, one large and one small, with a giant wall and a secret 
    entrance via Ballad of Gales to the Fairy Queen. 
    Here you'll find a Blue ChuChu, Silver Rupee (from Treasure Chart #29), a 
    Wandering Merchant, and Fire & Ice Arrows from Fairy Queen. 
    
    
    B3- Rock Spire Isle 
    A small strip of land with several boulders and rock spires. 
    Here you'll find three Sea Platforms (for Orange Rupee), Beedle's Shop 
    Ship (special), Heart Piece #23, a Blue ChuChu, Treasure Chart #37, and 
    Heart Piece #34 (from Treasure Chart #2). 
    
    
    B4- Greatfish Isle 
    A scattered, ruined island with several remains left over. 
    Here you'll find Beedle's Shop Ship, four rings of light, Heart Piece #18, 
    a Wandering Merchant, and Triforce Shard #1. 
    
    
    B5- Islet of Steel 
    A small circular islet with a wide opening and only one main purpose. 
    Here you'll find Triforce Chart #1, a Sea Platform, and Silver Rupee (from 
    Treasure Chart #35). 
    
    
    B7- Outset Island 
    Your home island, a cozy island with several activities to do. 
    Here you'll find Grandma's Stash (an Orange Rupee under the porch), 
    Beedle's Shop Ship, Pig Collecting, Telescope, Hero's Sword, Hero's Shield, 
    Elixir Soup, Great Fairy with Rupee Purse upgrade, Heart Piece #42, Hurricane 
    Spin Attack, Combat Training minigame (for Heart Piece #43), Triforce Chart #6, 
    Savage Labyrinth (for Heart Piece #44), and Triforce Shard #4). 
    
    
    
    C1- Northern Fairy Island 
    A small, heart-shaped island with a Great Fairy fountain. 
    Here you'll find a Blue ChuChu, a Submarine (for Treasure Chart #22), 
    Great Fairy with Rupee purse upgrade, and Silver Rupee (from Treasure Chart 
    #24). 
    
    
    C2- Spectacle Isle 
    A small island with two land masses, featuring the Cannon game. 
    Here you'll find Beedle's Shop Ship, a Blue ChuChu, Cannon minigame, and 
    Silver Rupee (from Treasure Chart #22). 
    
    
    C3- Tingle Island 
    A small island with a single totem pole, home of Tingle and two of his minions. 
    Here you'll find a Blue ChuChu, a Big Octo (for Heart Piece #17), and Silver 
    Rupee (from Treasure Chart #10). 
    
    
    C4- Cyclops Reef 
    A square reef with a single pillar in the middle, surrounded by cannon boats 
    and wall cannons. 
    Here you'll find a Sea Platform, Treasure Chart #21, and Light Ring Chart 
    (from Treasure Chart #21). 
    
    
    C5- Stone Watcher Island 
    A fairly small island with a large stone head. 
    Here you'll find a Blue ChuChu, a Sea Platform (for Heart Piece #19), 
    Triforce Chart #7, and Triforce Shard #3. 
    
    
    C6- Shark Island 
    A shark-shaped island with lots of vegetation and a fiery secret cavern. 
    Here you'll find Silver Rupee (from Treasure Chart #16), Silver Rupee (from 
    secret cavern), and a Blue ChuChu. 
    
    
    C7- Headstone Island 
    Home of the Earth Temple, a large rock island with little beach. 
    Here you'll find a Submarine, Heart Piece #12, Silver Rupee (from Treasure 
    Chart #40), Earth God's Lyric, and Mirror Shield. 
    
    
    D1- Gale Isle 
    Home of the Wind Temple, a large rock island with little beach. 
    Here you'll find Wind God's Aria, Hookshot, and Triforce Shard #2. 
    
    
    D2- Windfall Island 
    A relatively small, but populated island that acts as the hub of the 
    Great Sea with its busy town market. 
    Here you'll find Bomb Shop, Chu Jelly Juice Shop, Lenzo's Pictography Shop, 
    Zunari's Stall, Beedle's Shop Ship, Tingle's Cell, Picto Box, Squid-Hunt 
    minigame, Song of Passing, Empty Bottle, Heart Pieces #28, #31, #32, #38 & #39, 
    Treasure Charts #29, #24, #2, #18, #38, #31 & #33, Windfall Auction, Green 
    Rupee (from Treasure Chart #18), Wandering Merchant trading quest, Miss Marie 
    and Killer Bees, Deluxe Picto Box, Piggy-Sitting minigame, and Windfall 
    Lighthouse. 
    
    
    D3- Northern Triangle Island 
    A triangluar island that houses a statue to hold Din's Pearl. 
    Here you'll find four rings of light, and Octo Chart (from Treasure Chart #26). 
    
    
    D4- Six-Eye Reef 
    The biggest reef in the Great Sea, with six pillars, surrounded by cannon boats 
    and wall cannons. 
    Here you'll find a Submarine (for Heart Piece #9), a Sea Platform, Treasure 
    Chart #26, and Silver Rupee (from Treasure Chart #6). 
    
    
    D5- Southern Triangle Island 
    A triangular island that houses a statue to hold Nayru's Pearl. 
    Here you'll find Beedle's Shop Ship, and Triforce Shard #6. 
    
    
    D6- Southern Fairy Island 
    A small, heart-shaped island that houses a Great Fairy. 
    Here you'll find a Blue ChuChu, three Sea Platforms (for Treasure Chart #40), 
    Great Fairy for Bomb bag upgrade, and Heart Piece #25 (from Treasure Chart #4). 
    
    
    D7- Two-Eye Reef 
    A square reef with two rock pillars surrounded by cannon boats and wall 
    cannons. Here you'll find a Sea Platform, a Big Octo (for a Great Fairy magic 
    meter upgrade), Treasure Chart #13, and Triforce Shard #8. 
    
    
    
    E1- Crescent Moon Island 
    A crescent-shaped island with a rounded rock face. 
    Here you'll find two Blue ChuChus, Treasure Chart #10, a Submarine (with 
    Treasure Chart #9), and Heart Piece #9 (from Treasure Chart #11). 
    
    
    E2- Pawprint Isle 
    A pawprint-shaped island with a main isle and four small pillar islands. 
    Here you'll find a Sea Platform, Beedle's Shop Ship, Heart Piece #6, Heart 
    Piece #33 (from Treasure Chart #30), and Silver Rupee (from secret cavern) 
    
    
    E3- Eastern Fairy Island 
    A small, heart-shaped island housing a Great Fairy. 
    Here you'll find a Sea Platform, a Blue ChuChu, Silver Rupee (from Treasure 
    Chart #3), and a Great Fairy Bomb bag upgrade. 
    
    
    E4- Tower of the Gods 
    Home of the gods' trial-filled dungeon, a diamond ring shaped tower with a 
    wide wall surrounding it. 
    Here you'll find Beedle's Shop Ship, Silver Rupee (from Treasure Chart #14), 
    Command Melody, Hero's Bow, and Master Sword. 
    
    
    E5- Private Oasis 
    A cabana with butler and a small waterfall beach soon to be your very own. 
    Here you'll find Silver Rupee (from Treasure Chart #1), a Big Octo (for Orange 
    Rupee), Sliding Picture Puzzle minigame, Triforce Chart #2, and Treasure Chart 
    #27. 
    
    
    E6- Ice-Ring Isle 
    An icy, two-storey island with a secret cavern inside. 
    Here you'll find Silver Rupee (from Treasure Chart #17), Treasure Chart #36, 
    Iron Boots, and an Orange Rupee. 
    
    
    E7- Angular Isles 
    A pair of blocky islands navigated by climbing. 
    Here you'll find Heart Piece #13, Heart Piece #20 (from Treasure Chart #15), 
    and Silver Rupee (from secret cavern). 
    
    
    
    F1- Seven-Star Isles 
    A group of seven pillars housing Kargoroc nests with no actual island to stand 
    on. Here you'll find a Big Octo (for Heart Piece #15), three rings of light, 
    three Sea Platforms (for Treasure Chart #16), and Triforce Shard #7. 
    
    
    F2- Dragon Roost Island 
    Home of the Rito tribe and their aerie with mail center, and Dragon Roost 
    Cavern. Here you'll find Beedle's Shop Ship, Wind Waker, Empty Bottle, 
    Grappling Hook, Wind's Requiem, Silver Rupee (from Treasure Chart #39), Orange 
    Rupee, Mail Center minigame, Heart Pieces #7 & #8, Purple Rupee (from secret 
    cavern), and Silver Rupee. 
    
    
    F3- Fire Mountain 
    A volcanic island with a secret cavern inside. 
    Here you'll find a Sea Platform, a Big Octo (for an Orange Rupee), Silver 
    Rupee (from Treasure Chart #37), and Power Bracelets. 
    
    
    F4- Eastern Triangle Island 
    A triangular island housing a statue to hold Farore's Pearl. 
    Here you'll find Beedle's Shop Ship, and Silver Rupee (from Treasure Chart 
    #34). 
    
    
    F5- Bomb Island 
    A bomb-shaped island with a narrow, curved path. 
    Here you'll find a Submarine (for Empty Bottle), Sea Platform, Heart Piece 
    24, and Heart Piece #41 (from Treasure Chart #20). 
    
    
    F6- Forest Haven 
    Home of the Great Deku Tree and Korok tribe, as well as the Forbidden Woods 
    dungeon, and Nintendo Gallery. 
    Here you'll find Beedle's Shop Ship, Deku Leaf, Boomerang, Hollo's Forest 
    Potion Shop, Treasure Chart #3, Forest Firefly, Heart Piece #36 (from 
    Treasure Chart #31), and Withered Deku Tree side quest (for Heart Piece 
    #26). 
    
    
    F7- Boating Course 
    A dual island with Boating Course minigame and a small vegetative island. 
    Here you'll find a Blue ChuChu, Submarine Chart (from secret cavern), and 
    Sea Hearts Chart (from Treasure Chart #32). 
    
    
    
    G1- Overlook Island 
    An elevated island only accessible with Hookshot on the trees. 
    Here you'll find Secret Cave Chart (from Treasure Chart #13), a Blue ChuChu, 
    and Triforce Chart #8. 
    
    
    G2- Flight Control Platform 
    Home of the Rito Bird-Man Contest, a large platform with ramp and high perch 
    for minigame. Here you'll find a Submarine (for Platform Chart), and Island 
    Hearts Chart (from Treasure Chart #19). 
    
    
    G3- Star Belt Archipelago 
    A group of rock spires with no actual island to step on. 
    Here you'll find a Sea Platform, two rings of light, and Silver Rupee (from 
    Treasure Chart #27). 
    
    
    G4- Thorned Fairy Island 
    A small, heart-shaped island housing a Great Fairy. 
    Here you'll find a Blue ChuChu, two Sea Platforms, Great Fairy for Arrow 
    upgrade, and Heart Piece #40 (from Treasure Chart #5). 
    
    
    G5- Bird's Peak Rock 
    A bird-shaped island with several pillars and Kargoroc nests. 
    Here you'll find a Blue ChuChu, Triforce Chart #3, and Silver Rupee (from 
    Treasure Chart #36). 
    
    
    G6- Cliff Plateau Isles 
    A cluster of small isles surrounding a larger one in the middle. 
    Here you'll find a Sea Platform, Heart Piece #25 (from secret cavern), and 
    Triforce Shard #5. 
    
    
    G7- Five-Star Isles 
    A group of five rock spires with Kargoroc nests. 
    Here you'll find a Submarine (for Heart Piece #14), a Sea Platform, three 
    rings of light, and Heart Piece #37 (from Treasure Chart #33). 
    
    
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                                *Side Quests* 
    
    
    Here is a running list of side quests, not exactly in the traditional Zelda 
    sense of completing tasks, but a checklist of where and how to find these 
    items. 
    
    
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                                 *Big Octos*
    
    
    There are 6 Big Octos lurking around the Great Sea. To find them, use your 
    Telescope to find a flock of seagulls crowded together. Sail around that area 
    to lure the Big Octo out. Use your Boomerang and target/hit its eyes. Here 
    you'll find a list of these giant squids, their locations, difficulty, and 
    treasure. 
    
    Alternative:  Blast each eye with the boat's cannon (submitted by Chris)
    
    
    Seven-Star Isles (F1) 
    12 eyes 
    Heart Piece #15 
    
    
    Tingle Island (C3) 
    12 eyes 
    Heart Piece #17 
    
    
    Fire Mountain (F3) 
    8 eyes 
    Silver Rupee 
    
    
    Private Oasis (E5) 
    8 eyes 
    Silver Rupee 
    
    
    Diamond Steppe Island (A6) 
    8 eyes 
    Silver Rupee 
    
    
    Two-Eye Reef (D7) 
    4 eyes 
    Great Fairy magic meter upgrade 
    
    
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                                *Blue ChuChus*
    
    
    Blue ChuChus are the rarest of the ChuChu species and are found on select 
    islands. Collecting their Blue Chu Jelly in your Spoils Bag gives you the 
    opportunity to get Blue Potion at Windfall Island's Chu Juice Jelly Shop. 
    Here's where to find them: 
    
    
    Star Island (B1)- bomb the large boulder to uncover one 
    
    Northern Fairy Island (C1) 
    
    Crescent Moon Island (E1)- two found here 
    
    Overlook Island (G1)- need Hookshot to navigate island 
    
    Mother & Child Isles (B2)- on smaller Child Isle 
    
    Spectacle Isle (C2)- under the bridge to Cannon minigame 
    
    Western Fairy Island (A3) 
    
    Rock Spire Isle (B3)- need Bombs to clear rock spires 
    
    Tingle Island (C3) 
    
    Eastern Fairy Island (E3) 
    
    Thorned Fairy Island (G4) 
    
    Stone Watcher Island (C5)- behind the large stone head 
    
    Bird's Peak Rock (G5)- need Grappling Hook to get on top of sealed alcove 
    
    Diamond Steppe Island (A6)- need Hookshot to navigate island 
    
    Shark Island (C6)- need Skull Hammer & Iron Boots to create updraft, 
    then Deku Leaf to glide 
    
    Southern Fairy Island (D6) 
    
    Cliff Plateau Isles (G6)- need Fire Arrows to navigate secret cavern and 
    glide to separate isle 
    
    Angular Isles (E7)- on larger isle 
    
    Boating Course (F7)- on stone of smaller isle, glide with Deku Leaf 
    
    
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                            *Great Fairy Upgrades*
    
    
    There are 8 magical fairies scattered throughout the Great Sea who upgrade 
    your biggest abilities. Here are their locations and what they give you: 
    
    
    Two-Eye Reef (D7)- Defeat the Big Octo in this quadrant with Boomerang to 
    reveal the Great Fairy; magic meter upgrade 
    
    
    Northern Fairy Island (C1)- Bomb boulder blocking conch shell; Rupee purse 
    upgrade 
    
    
    Eastern Fairy Island (E3)- Bomb boulder blocking conch shell; Bomb 
    upgrade 
    
    
    Southern Fairy Island (D6)- Bomb boulder blocking conch shell; Bomb 
    upgrade 
    
    
    Outset Island (B7)- Glide with Deku Leaf to Forest of Fairies, bomb 
    boulder; Rupee purse upgrade 
    
    
    Mother & Child Isles (B2)- Use Ballad of Gales to warp inside Mother Isle; 
    Fire & Ice Arrows (must be done after Forbidden Fortress Part II is
    complete)
    
    
    Western Fairy Island (A3)- Use Skull Hammer to hammer peg; Arrow upgrade 
    
    
    Thorned Fairy Island (G4)- Use Skull Hammer to hammer pegs; Arrow upgrade 
    
    
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                               *Sea Platforms*
    
    
    These are tall wooden platforms with a white skull flag at the top, 
    found on various islands, and contain rewards, usually small, but some 
    worth checking out. 
    
    
    Star Island (B1)- one platform; minor rewards 
    
    
    Seven-Star Isles (F1)- three platforms; defeat the Wizzrobes to get 
    Treasure Chart #16 & minor rewards 
    
    
    Pawprint Isle (E2)- one platform; defeat Bokoblins; minor rewards 
    
    
    Western Fairy Island (A3)- one platform; defeat Bokoblins; Skull 
    Necklace 
    
    
    Rock Spire Isle (B3)- three platforms; destroy wall cannons; glide with 
    Deku Leaf between platforms; Orange Rupee & minor rewards 
    
    
    Eastern Fairy Island (E3)- one platform; defeat Bokoblins; minor rewards 
    
    
    Fire Mountain (F3)- one platform; destroy wall canons; minor rewards 
    
    
    Star Belt Archipelago (G3)- one platform; minor rewards 
    
    
    Cyclops Reef (C4)- one platform; defeat Bokoblins; minor rewards 
    
    
    Six-Eye Reef (D4)- one platform; destroy wall cannons; minor rewards 
    
    
    Thorned Fairy Island (G4)- two platforms; destroy wall cannons & defeat 
    Bokoblins; glide with Deku Leaf to western platform; minor rewards 
    
    
    Islet of Steel (B5)- one platform, defeat enemies; minor rewards 
    
    
    Stone Watcher Island (C5)- one platform; destroy wall cannons; Heart Piece 
    #19 & minor rewards 
    
    
    Bomb Island (F5)- one platform; defeat Bokoblins; minor rewards 
    
    
    Six-Eye Reef (B6)- one platform; minor rewards 
    
    
    Southern Fairy Island (D6)- three platforms; destroy wall cannons; glide 
    with Deku Leaf to platform without a ladder; Treasure Chart #40 & minor 
    rewards 
    
    
    Cliff Plateau Isles (G6)- one platform; minor rewards 
    
    
    Horseshoe Island (A7)- two platforms; step on switches; minor rewards 
    
    
    Two-Eye Reef (D7)- one platform; minor rewards 
    
    
    Five-Star Isles (G7)- one platform; destroy wall cannons; minor rewards 
    
    
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                               *Rings of Light*
    
    
    Rings of light appear under a full moon at night, revealing a spot where 
    small treaures can be pulled up. 
    
    
    Seven-Star Isles (F1)- three rings; red rupees 
    
    
    Northern Triangle Isles (D3)- four rings; red rupees 
    
    
    Star Belt Archipelago (G3)- two rings; red rupee & purple rupee 
    
    
    Greatfish Isle (B4)- four rings; red rupees 
    
    
    Five-Star Isles (G7)- three rings; red rupees 
    
    
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                               *Secret Caverns*
    
    
    Secret caverns are just holes on the surface, but inside they can hold 
    great rewards. Usually they are uncovered by bombing a boulder covering the
    hole. Here's where to find these secret caverns and how to get their 
    treasure. 
    
    
    Star Island (B1)- bomb western boulder; defeat enemies; Heart Piece #21 
    
    
    Overlook Island (G1)- hookshot to the trees; defeat enemies; Triforce Chart 
    #8 
    
    
    Pawprint Isle (E2)- crawl into the dome & bomb two boulders inside; Heart 
    Piece #6, Joy Pendant & Purple Rupee 
    
    
    Pawprint Isle (E2)- hookshot to the wooden statue; bomb two boulders inside; 
    Silver Rupee 
    
    
    Dragon Roost Island (F2)- bomb the boulder off the Wind Shrine; defeat 
    enemies; Purple rupee 
    
    
    Rock Spire Isle (B3)- bomb the high boulders; light torches & defeat Keese; 
    Treasure Chart #37 
    
    
    Fire Mountain (F3)- shoot ice arrow at lava plume; navigate inside; Power 
    Bracelets 
    
    
    Needle Rock Isle (A5)- shoot fire arrow at ice block; light six torches inside; 
    Orange rupee 
    
    
    Stone Watcher Island (C5)- lift stone head; clear each room of enemies; 
    Triforce Chart #7 
    
    
    Private Oasis (E5)- grapple pole inside cabana to open basement; navigate 
    watery basement; Triforce Chart #2 
    
    
    Bomb Island (F5)- bomb boulder; clear two rooms; Heart Piece #24 
    
    
    Bird's Peak Rock (G5)- activate switches with seagull; play Wind's Reqiuem 
    on wind crest; Triforce Chart #3 
    
    
    Diamond Steppe Island (A6)- hookshot to trees; navigate labyrinth; Joy Pendant 
    & Ghost Ship Chart 
    
    
    Shark Island (C6)- activate four switches with Skull Hammer & Iron Boots; 
    defeat enemies; 
    Silver Rupee 
    
    
    Ice Ring Isle (E6)- shoot fire arrow at dragon's mouth; navigate inside; 
    Iron Boots 
    
    
    Ice Ring Isle (E6)- with Iron Boots, walk into the wind; melt and defeat 
    enemies; Orange rupee 
    
    
    Cliff Plateau Isles (G6)- navigate smaller isles; use Deku Leaf and Fire 
    arrows to navigate cavern; Joy Pendant & Treasure Chart #25 
    
    
    Horseshoe Island (A7)- use Deku Leaf to blow Deku Nuts into the holes; 
    defeat enemies; Treasure Chart #8 
    
    
    Outset Island (B7)- glide to stone head and lift; navigate Savage Labyrinth; 
    Triforce Chart #6 & Heart Piece #44 
    
    
    Angular Isles (E7)- glide or hookshot to other isle; solve block puzzle and
    reflect light on statue; Silver Rupee 
    
    
    Boating Course (F7)- glide to small isle; use boomerang to activate switches; 
    Submarine Chart 
    
    
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                                 *Submarines*
    
    
    Submarines are situated within a quadrant, but not necessarily near the main 
    shore of the island. Use your telescope to locate them if you can't find it. 
    Inside all submarines is an important piece of treasure, and here's where to 
    find them. Submarines are usually guarded by varying enemies, so clear the 
    floor to navigate it. 
    
    
    Northern Fairy Island (C1)- Treasure Chart #22 
    
    
    Crescent Moon Island (E1)- Treasure Chart #9 
    
    
    Flight Control Platform (G2)- Platform Chart 
    
    
    Six-Eye Reef (D4)- Heart Piece #9 
    
    
    Bomb Island (F5)- Empty Bottle 
    
    
    Headstone Island (C7)- Treasure Chart #14 
    
    
    Five-Star Isles (G7)- Heart Piece #14 
    
    
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                              *Boss Strategies* 
    
    
    Below is a complete list of dungeon bosses, strategies to defeat them, and a 
    rating system of difficulty. Generally, the bosses in Wind Waker are fairly 
    easy compared to previous games. 
    
    Legend:
    *= very easy
    **= easy
    ***= pretty hard 
    ****= very hard
    
    
    Gohma
    A spider boss originating from Ocarina of Time in Dragon Roost Cavern who 
    fights with fire and fists.  Use the Grappling Hook to latch onto Valoo's 
    hanging tail, then swing back & forth.  Let go, aiming for the high platforms 
    on either side to gain safety.  This cracks Gohma's armour.  Repeat two more 
    times to shatter the armour.  On the ground, grapple its eye to stun it, then 
    slash with your sword.  Two to three eye attacks should defeat it.
    Difficulty:  **
    
    
    Kalle Demos
    A Boko Baba plant with extensive tentacles in Forbidden Woods.  It lashes its 
    tentacles.  Run when they begin to flash.  Use your boomerang to aim and cut 
    down the tentacles holding the plant up on the ceiling.  They regrow quickly, 
    so make haste and cut them all to expose the plant body.  Slash with your 
    sword continually.  You may get swallowed up by the plant, but don't worry, 
    it's worth it to keep attacking.  Repeat this about 2-3 times to defeat it.
    Difficulty:  ** 1/2
    
    
    Gohdan
    A robotic head and two hands designed by the prophetic gods as a test in 
    Tower of the Gods.  Its main attacks are fire and pushing you into the 
    electric barriers.  Fire two arrows each at the eye on each hand to disable 
    them.  Then, fire two arrows into each red eye of the robot's head.  Lastly, 
    toss a bomb into its mouth.  Repeat this about 2-3 times to defeat it.  If 
    you run out of arrows, the head will sniff some out its nose.
    Difficulty:  * 1/2
    
    
    Helmaroc King
    A giant Kargoroc bird with a big beak and long wingspan in Forsaken Fortress 
    (Part II).  Its main attacks are swooping down on you, blowing you into the 
    spiked perimeter, and pecking with its beak.  First, use the Skull Hammer to 
    whack the beak at the end of the winding staircase.  In the actual battle, 
    get close so he will land.  He will try to peck you and get his maw stuck in 
    the ground.  Whack with your Skull Hammer.  Repeat this two more times to 
    shatter its mask, revealing a really ugly face.  The pecking will continue, 
    but this time use your sword.  About 2-3 rounds with the sword will do him 
    in.
    Difficulty:  ** 1/2
    
    
    Jalhalla
    A giant invisible Poe in Earth Temple.  Attacks with fire and wind, swinging 
    his lantern and blowing you into the spiked perimeter.  He will also try to 
    flattern you if you get too close to him.  Use the light source and reflect 
    it with your Mirror Shield onto Jalhalla.  Hold it until he falls down.  Pick 
    him up and throw him into a spiked pillar to release lots of smaller Poes.  
    Use your sword to slash them (2 hits each).  Towards the end, the spotlights
    may disappear & move around the arena to a different spot.  Repeat the same
    strategies until all small Poes are gone, thus ending Jalhalla's wrath.
    Difficulty:  ** (more fun than difficult)
    
    
    Molgera
    A sandworm in Wind Temple redesigned after a boss in Ocarina of Time.  Snaps 
    and swallows you if you get too close (stay out of the dark sand to avoid 
    this), and also summons smaller versions of itself to annoy you.  Target and 
    hookshot Molgera's blue tongue to reel it in, then slash away with your 
    sword.  If it disappears, defeat its two duplicates by hookshotting and 
    slashing.  It should reappear soon, then continue with the same strategy.  
    Blocked views and blowing sand make this battle tougher.
    Difficulty:  *** 1/2
    
    
    Phantom Ganon
    Found in Forsaken Fortress (Part II) and Ganon's Tower, returning after a 
    stint in Ocarina of Time.  Use your sword to bounce the white electric ball 
    back and forth until it hits him, then run over and slash with your sword.  
    In Ganon's Tower, follow the sword's hilt (handle) to the correct door to 
    continue.  Also, in the second fight, avoid the red electric balls.
    Difficulty:  ** (both fights)
    
    
    Ganon
    The major boss returns from Ocarina of Time's slumber.  First, he sends a 
    puppet version of himself.  This fight is secondary to the real Ganon and 
    occurs in three stages.  Throughout these three stages of this phase, Keese 
    appear, a great source of magic vials and arrows.  First, he takes the form 
    of a pig.  Use the boomerang to cut all the dark strings that hold him up.  
    When he's loose and fists are flying, cut the string holding up his tail to 
    make it flop to the ground so you can easily aim and shoot a Light Arrow at 
    the glowing blue orb to shatter it.  Repeat this two times to move into phase 
    two.  He now grows legs to become a spider.  Use the camera angle (C-stick) 
    to create a bird's eye view.  Watch the shadow of the spider, especially the 
    orb on its back.  Shoot it with a Light Arrow and repeat two times.  Watch 
    out for Keese flying around.  In phase three, he becomes a snake, and a fast 
    mover at that.  The best strategy here is to shoot or slash its head to stop 
    it for about a second, giving you a bit of time to shoot the orb.  Repeat two 
    times to defeat the Puppet Ganon.  Follow the walkthrough to the final 
    battle.  The real Ganon is tough, but the fight moves along faster and 
    employs a good narrative along with it.  In phase one, avoid his sword (use 
    your shield accordingly), and parry attack to stun him.  You cannot parry 
    with your shield up, so time it well.  When he's stunned, slash with your 
    sword.  When Zelda hits Ganon with a third Light Arrow, the second phase 
    begins.  She is also knocked out.  Use the same strategy of shielding, 
    parrying and slashing until Zelda awakens to begin the last phase.  Move 
    around so that both Zelda and Ganon are in front of you.  When you hear a 
    little yell from Zelda, stop and aim your shield.  Her Light Arrow will 
    reflect off it and at Ganon.  Use the parry attack quickly to embed your 
    sword in his head....ouch.  The End!
    
    Difficulty:  ***
    
    Tip:  I think the best bottle usage before facing Ganon is four fairies; 
    can't go too wrong with that, and you don't have the nuisance of stopping 
    to drink stuff in the middle of your fight.  Power boosts won't help 
    against Ganon anyway since you have to 'go through the motions' with him 
    instead of using brute force.  The catch here is, if you fail to beat him 
    then DON'T SAVE before trying again or all your fairies will remain spent!
    (Submitted by Chris)
    
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                               *Enemy Bestiary* 
    
    
    Armos: A small statue found in Tower of the Gods and various dungeons. 
    Shoot it with an arrow to stun it, then slash the red button on its back. 
    It moves around, then explodes, so watch out! 
    
    
    Armos Knight: A bigger version of the Armos statue with a spiked exterior. 
    When its mouth opens, toss a bomb inside, then run as it moves around and 
    explodes. 
    
    
    Beamos: A futuristic-looking robot with an active laser.  Shoot an arrow
    at its eye when the laser is activated. 
    
    
    Big Octo: A giant squid with several yellow eyes. Use your Boomerang and 
    target the eyes. Two hits each turns them red and defunct. Defeat the Octo 
    before it sucks you up!
    
    
    Boko Baba: A Venus Flytrap plant that hides in Baba Buds. Slash with your 
    sword when its tongue is retracted. Usually leaves behind a Boko Baba Seed. 
    
    
    Bokoblin: Come in three equally simple varieties: grey (normal), green 
    (with shield) and pink (at sea). Slash with sword. Often leaves behind Joy 
    Pendants. 
    
    
    Bubble: Come in two varieties: red and blue. Red bubbles spout fire and blue 
    bubbles spread paralyzing fog if you touch them. Shoot the red ones with 
    arrows, however with blue ones, it won't work. Use your hookshot to reel it 
    in and stun it, then slash the skull. 
    
    
    ChuChu: Come in five varieties: green (normal), red (slightly stronger), 
    yellow (electrified), blue (electrified) and dark. Green and red are defeated 
    with the sword, yellow and blue need to be hit with the boomerang first then 
    slashed. Dark ones need to be hit with light (reflected from Mirror Shield), 
    then picked up & thrown. 
    
    
    Darknut: Come in three varieties: normal, with shield & mighty (thicker armour 
    & shield). Use sword and shield. The parry attack is especially useful to break 
    off their armour. 
    
    
    Floor Master: A long hand that emerges from a dark hole in the ground. Get 
    just close enough for it to appear and quickly slash or shoot arrows before 
    it grabs you. If you are caught, it drops you off in the previous room, or a 
    designated area. 
    
    
    Gyorg: A shark creature orignating from Majora's Mask. Found in the Great Sea. 
    Use Boomerang or Arrows to defeat it from your boat. 
    
    
    Kargoroc: A large colourful bird that sits in nests and swoops down to peck at 
    you. Use sword if close enough, or arrows. Often drops Golden Feathers. 
    
    
    Keese: Bats that lurk in dark dungeon areas. Also comes in fire variety. Use 
    sword, boomerang or arrows. 
    
    
    Magtail: A long creepy crawly that opens its maw to snap at you. Use parry 
    attack to nab it or slash its eye to make it roll into a useable weight for 
    switches. 
    
    
    Miniblin: A rat creature with a pitchfork. Annoying, but also dangerous in 
    numbers. Use sword as usual. The Skull Hammer is good for large numbers. 
    
    
    Moblin: A giant pig creature with a lantern and long stick weapon. Use sword 
    techniques to defeat. Always drops a Skull Necklace. 
    
    
    Morth: Not so much an enemy as a spawn of Mothulas. Causes no damage, but 
    sticks to Link and slows down movement. Use sword spin attack to shake them 
    off. 
    
    
    Mothula: Large winged bug that flies and swoops down fast. Can also spit out 
    Morths to annoy you. Slash its wings off, then attack the body. Some Mothulas 
    are Wingless to begin with.
    
    
    Octorok: Oldest Zelda enemy, a squid-like creature who shoots out spiked balls. 
    Use your shield to deflect them back. Found on land and sea. 
    
    
    Peahat: Flying enemy with rotating wings. Shoot down with arrows or use 
    boomerang/Deku Leaf to bring it down, then slash with sword. 
    
    
    Poe: Invisible ghosts that scurry around and can hit you with their lit 
    lanterns, or reverse your left/right controls temporarily if touched. Use 
    reflective light to expose them, then slash with sword 2x. 
    
    
    Rat: Fast suckers that can knock rupees out of you and steal them! Use sword, 
    boomerang or arrows. Rats with bombs are called Bombchus (formerly a weapon of 
    Link's). If you throw All-Purpose Bat at a rat hole you can L-target, a 
    rat will sell you bait and they will leave you alone...for now. 
    
    
    ReDead: Zombie enemies that shriek if they see you, freezing Link for a moment. 
    Slash with your sword, sneaking up on them if possible. To escape their hold, 
    press A continually. 
    
    
    Seahat: Large propelled enemy. Use arrows or boomerang to nab it from your 
    boat. Found only on the sea. 
    
    
    Stalfos: Slow, skeletal enemy with a club weapon. Use Bombs or sword to break 
    it apart, then continually slash the head. Will put itself back together if 
    you're too slow. 
    
    
    Thorns: These are probably the toughest enemies in the game because they 
    can't be beaten, but do a lot of damage. They act as barriers throughout 
    Forbidden Woods and on various islands. 
    
    
    Wizzrobe: Toucan sorceror with magic wand. Normal ones shoot three 
    fireballs. Gold ones can summon other minor enemies. Use arrows to defeat 
    both kinds. 
    
    
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                              *Wind Waker Songs* 
    
    
    Once you receive the Wind Waker, you have full reign to these special songs 
    that open up many opportunities. I've listed them here with playing 
    instructions, where to learn the song, and what it does. 
    
    
    Ballad of Gales 
    Learned: Cyclos; defeat with arrows 
    Effect: Warp among select islands 
    How to Play: Hold Control Stick left, then use C-stick down, right, left, up.
    
    
    Command Melody 
    Learned: Tower of the Gods (E4) 
    Effect: Control statues or partners 
    How to Play: Hold Control Stick left, then use C-Stick left, hold, right, hold
    
    
    Earth God's Lyric 
    Learned: Headstone Island (C7) 
    Effect: Used to navigate Earth Temple 
    How to Play: Hold Control Stick right, then use C-Stick down, down, hold, 
    right, left, hold
    
    
    Song of Passing 
    Learned: Tott at Windfall Island (D2) 
    Effect: Skips ahead from day to night and night to day 
    How to Play: Use C-Stick right, left, down
    
    
    Wind God's Aria 
    Learned: Gale Isle (D1) 
    Effect: Used to navigate Wind Temple 
    How to Play: Hold Control Stick right, then use C-Stick up, up, down, right, 
    left, right
    
    
    Wind's Requiem 
    Learned: Wind Shrine at Dragon Roost Island (F2) 
    Effect: Changes wind direction 
    How to Play: Use C-Stick up, left, right
    
    
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                              *Shops & Vendors* 
    
    
    There are many merchants around the Great Sea who are desperate to sell their 
    wares to you. Here is a list of their inventory, prices, and locations. 
    Prices are always in rupees, in brackets, for "each" product whether sold 
    individually or in a bulk package.  
     
    
    Beedle's Shop Ship  
    
    A hyper young guy who sails around the Great Sea, selling three products at a 
    time, including a special inventory at Rock Spire Isle.  
    
    Located: Sails on the Great Sea around 12 different islands.  
    
    Prices: (organized by location); All-Purpose Bait comes in batches of 3  
    
    Spectacle Isle (C2)- Hyoi Pears (10), All-Purpose Bait (10), 30 Arrows (30) 
     
    Windfall Island (D2)- 10 Arrows (10), 30 Arrows (30 rupees), All-Purpose Bait 
    (10)  
    
    Pawprint Isle (E2)- Hyoi Pear (10), All-Purpose Bait (10), 30 Bombs (30)  
     
    Dragon Roost Island (F2)- Hyoi Pear (10), All-Purpose Bait (10), 30 Bombs 
    (30)  
    
    Rock Spire Isle (B3)- Empty Bottle (500), Heart Piece #22 (950), Treasure 
    Chart #4 (900)  
    
    Greatfish Isle (B4)- 30 Arrows (30), 30 Bombs (30), Red Potion (30)  
    
    Tower of the Gods (E4)- 30 Arrows (30), 30 Bombs (30), Red Potion (30)  
    
    Eastern Triangle Island (F4)- Hyoi Pear (10), All-Purpose Bait (10), 30 Bombs 
    (30)  
    
    Southern Triangle Island (D5)- Hyoi Pear (10), All-Purpose Bait (10), 30 
    Bombs (30)  
    
    Shark Island (C6)- 30 Arrows (30), 30 Bombs (30), Red Potion (30)  
    
    Forest Haven (F6)- Hyoi Pear (10), All-Purpose Bait (10), 30 Bombs (30)  
    
    Outset Island (B7)- Hyoi Pear (10), All-Purpose Bait (10), 30 Bombs (30)  
    
    
     
    Bomb Shop  
    
    Owned and run by Cannon, a short, bald man that has a short fuse and 
    overblown prices, but is reformed after Tetra and her pirates set him 
    straight.  
    
    Located: Windfall Island, near the docks  
    
    Prices: 10 Bombs (20), 20 Bombs (35), 30 bombs (50)  
    
    
     
    Chu Jelly Juice Shop  
    
    Owned and run by Doc Bandam, a mad scientist who mixes Chu Jelly to create 
    potions. You must bring him red, green, and blue Chu Jelly to create potion 
    inventory.  
    
    Location: Windfall Island, in the marketplace  
    
    Prices: Red Potion (20), Green Potion (10), Blue Potion (60)  
     
    
    
    Pictography Shop  
    
    Owned and run by Lenzo, a snap-happy voyeur, who also displays a gallery of 
    his best work.  
    
    Prices: Legendary Pictographs (50)  
    
    
     
    Zunari's Stall  
    
    Owned and operated by a short, overly excited, hooded man. His inventory 
    grows as you complete the Wandering Merchant side quest.  
    
    Location: Windfall Island, centre of marketplace  
    
    Prices: Sail (80), Town Flower (10), Sea Flower (20), Exotic Flower (25), 
    Sickle Moon Flag (40), Fountain Idol (60), Big Sale Flag (35), Hero's Flag 
    (75), Postman Statue (100), Shop Guru Statue (200)  
    
    You may also trade with Wandering Merchants for these items to appear at 
    Zunari's Stall: Pinwheel (55), Big Catch Flag (85), and Skull Tower Idol 
    (65).  
     
    
    
    Hollo's Forest Potion Shop  
    
    Owned and operated by Hollo, a Korok, who trades for blue potion.  
    Location: Inside Forest Haven  
    
    Prices: Creates Blue Potion for four Boko Baba Seeds  
     
    
    
    Grandma's House  
    
    After reviving Grandma with a fairy or red potion, she will provide free 
    Elixir Soup.
    
    
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                                 *Mini-Games* 
    
    
    Every Zelda game features some select fun activities that usually count for 
    something in the long run (e.g. Heart Piece, Treasure Chart), but above all, 
    provide good fun in between dungeons and bad guys. Here's a list of mini-games 
    and pertinent information about them, plus my traditional star rating system.
    
    
    Fun Meter: 
    *= boring 
    **= fair to good 
    ***= fun 
    ****= very fun 
    *****= fasten your seatbelts! 
    
    
    
    Cannon 
    
    Location: Spectacle Isle (C2), climb ladder on island shore 
    
    Cost: 50 rupees 
    
    Object: To fire at and destroy five barrel targets within 10 shots. 
    
    Strategy: The first thing you need to do is locate each barrel within the 
    scope and judge how far away each one is. Keep the cannon steady and centre in 
    on a barrel, then judge accordingly. If you can barely see the barrel, adjust 
    the cannon to its highest angle. Any barrels that look to be the same distance 
    away from you should be fired consecutively to retain the same angle on the 
    cannon. Other than that, it just takes practice. 
    
    Tip:  The angle you need to set your cannon at is always a multiple of 
    five (e.g. 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40 or 45).  (Submitted by Chris).
    
    Reward(s): Heart Piece #5 for first win; Treasure Chart #17 for second win; 
    Orange Rupee afterwards 
    
    Fun Meter: ** 
    
    
    
    Squid-Hunt 
    
    Location: Windfall Island (D2), at Windfall lighthouse through the door just 
    off the school. 
    
    Cost: 10 rupees 
    
    Object: A knockoff of Battleship, using squids. Target quadrants and destroy 
    three squids within 20 shots. 
    
    Strategy: Finding a squid in the grid is random. Once you have a hit, target 
    quadrant(s) 
    surrounding it (up/down or left/right) to destroy it completely. 
    
    Reward(s): Heart Piece #2 for first win; Treasure Chart #17 for second win; 
    Treasure Chart #23 for new high score; Purple Rupee for afterwards; Orange 
    Rupee for new high score afterwards 
    
    Fun Meter: ** 1/2 
    
    
    
    Piggy-Sitting 
    
    Location: Windfall Island (D2), talk to Dampa near the Bomb Shop 
    
    Cost: Three Skull Necklaces 
    
    Object: To locate and bring back all three of Dampa's pigs within the time 
    limit 
    
    Strategy: To approach the pigs, crawl at them, then quickly snatch them up and 
    show Dampa the pig before putting it down. 
    
    Reward: Purple Rupee 
    
    Fun Meter: * 1/2 
    
    
    
    Mail Center 
    
    Location: Dragon Roost Island (F2), Rito Aerie, second floor 
    
    Cost: Free, talk to Koboli at the desk 
    
    Object: To sort letters by their seal into the corresponding mail slots within 
    the time limit 
    
    Strategy: Memorize the mail slot symbols and their location so you don't even 
    need to look up from the letter given to you. If you screw up a letter, you 
    can't redo it, so just move on to the next one. Practice makes perfect! 
    
    Reward(s): Rupee pay increases, Heart Piece #7 to sort 25 letters for Baito, 
    Rupees afterwards 
    
    Fun Meter: *** 
    
    
    
    Bird-Man Contest 
    
    Location: Flight Control Platform (G2), climb the ramp to the Rito blocking 
    the ladder 
    
    Cost: 10 rupees 
    
    Object: Glide with your Deku Leaf using updrafts for altitude to cross the 
    finish line of the course 
    
    Strategy: As difficult as this game is, it is rather gratifying to finish. 
    The only strategy I can offer is to set the wind direction towards the 
    finish line and glide into the updrafts to gain altitude. If you miss an 
    updraft, it's usually best not to backtrack and try to hit it, but aim for 
    the next one. Also, the first updraft is lower and stationary just right of 
    the pier, so you should definitely get that one. I find the first 2-3 updrafts 
    essential for completing it. It takes quite a few tries, but luckily each try 
    is cheap. 
    
    Prize: Heart Piece #16 
    
    Fun Meter: *** 
    
    
    
    Sliding Picture Puzzle 
    
    Location: Private Oasis (E5), inside the cabana 
    
    Cost: Free 
    
    Object: To slide the pieces of a picture to create a duplicate of the 
    complete picture across from the puzzle. 
    
    Strategy: I don't have a personal strategy, but there is a great guide by 
    SIMSteven on GameFAQs here 
    
    Prize: 50 rupees; 200 rupee bonus for completing all 12 puzzles 
    
    Fun Meter: *** 
    
    
    
    Combat Training 
    
    Location: Outset Island (B7), at Orca's house 
    
    Cost: Free 
    
    Object: To attack Orca as many as times as you can before he attacks you 
    three times 
    
    Strategy: Use smooth sword motions, especially the parry attack that counts as 
    two hits. When you hear a sound and the A button flashes, perform the parry 
    attack. If your sword clashes with Orca's spear, backflip out of his way to 
    avoid risking a hit on you. Keep L-Targeting him to stay on target. Your thumbs 
    will get very sore after a bout, so try as many times as your digits can take! 
    
    
    Prize: Purple Rupee (100 hits, Knight rank), Orange Rupee (300 hits, Swordsman 
    rank), Heart Piece #43 (500 hits); rank of Master (999+ hits) 
    
    Fun Meter: ***** 
    
    
    
    Boating Course 
    
    Location: Boating Course (F7), talk to Loot the pirate 
    
    Cost: 30 rupees 
    
    Object: To sail around an obstacle course of barrels collecting rupees 
    
    Strategy: Keep the wind behind you and jump over the high barrels. No need to 
    jump over low ones, they automatically lower when you approach them. 
    
    Prize: Up to 150 rupees 
    
    Fun Meter: ** 1/2 
    
    
    
    Target Practice 
    
    Location: Any island, look for Merman, bait him (after getting Hero's Bow and 
    his Sea Chart upgrade) 
    
    Cost: Free (but you need All-Purpose Bait) 
    
    Object: To target and shoot arrows at Merman up to 10 times. 
    
    Strategy: Keep your eye on Merman at all times. His leaps vary in height, so 
    be aware of how much time you have to shoot. 
    
    Prize: 10 rupees for every hit, 200 rupees for 10 hits 
    
    Fun Meter: *** 
    
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                              *Nintendo Gallery* 
    
    
    Basic Info:
    
    In Forest Haven (F6), enter the haven itself and make your way up the Great 
    Deku Tree using the Baba Buds at its base. Glide with your Deku Leaf to the 
    platform off the first bluff of the Great Deku Tree and head outside. Set the 
    wind direction accordingly and glide with your Deku Leaf to the hatch's 
    opening where Manny, a devoted member of the gallery, stands. Using a Hyoi 
    Pear, take control of a seagull and fly him into a white switch in the 
    distance to open the hatch.  Alternatively, you can hit the switch with an
    arrow (thanks James for the tip).  
    
    Inside, talk to Carlov behind the counter and he will ask for a pictograph in 
    order to become a member. Once you take a pictograph of a character, enemy 
    and/or boss, bring the pictograph to Carlov for him to sculpt a figurine. Play 
    the Song of Passing twice to advance to the next day. Talk to Carlov to 
    complete the figurine and find it on display. You can hold up to 3 pictographs, 
    but Carlov accepts only one at a time, so be patient and play the Song of 
    Passing to pass the time.  
     
    
    Taking Good Pictographs:
     
    Carlov will only accept decent pictographs of these characters, so to avoid a 
    wasted visit, make sure your subject is clearly in focus, close enough to 
    see, ideally facing you with full body in frame. These steps should guarantee 
    a good pictograph and therefore a good figurine.  
    
     
    Figurine Checklist:
     
    This list is organized by display room in alphabetical order within each room 
    with the total number of figurines in each. I've placed small notes on some 
    that require certain steps.  
     
    
    Dragon Roost Island (18)  
    [] Baito  
    [] Basht & Bisht- take a photo of one to get a two-figure set  
    [] Chieftain  
    [] Hoskit  
    [] Ilari  
    [] Koboli  
    [] Kogoli- take the photo before Medli joins you for the Earth Temple  
    [] Komali- take either younger or older version for a two-figure set  
    [] Laruto- purchase at Lenzo's shop  
    [] Medli  
    [] Namali  
    [] Obli  
    [] Pashli  
    [] Quill- taking the Chieftain's photo gives you Quill as well  
    [] Skett & Akoot- take a photo of one for a two-figure set  
    [] Valoo  
    [] Willi  
    [] Zephos & Cyclos- take Cyclos' photo while in the cyclone before getting 
       Ballad of Gales to get a two-figure set  
     
    
    Dungeon (19)  
    [] Armos- stationary ones are acceptable  
    [] Armos Knight  
    [] Boko Baba  
    [] Bokoblin- take a photo of any type for a three-figure set  
    [] ChuChu- take a photo of any type for a five-figure set  
    [] Floor Master  
    [] Gyorg- a shot of his tail is acceptable  
    [] Kargoroc  
    [] Keese/Fire Keese- take a photo of either type for a two-figure set  
    [] Magtail  
    [] Miniblin- take a photo of any type for a four-figure set  
    [] Morth  
    [] Octorok- take a photo of either type for a two-figure set  
    [] Peahat  
    [] Poe- take a photo of any type for a four-figure set  
    [] Rat/Bombchu- take a photo of either type for a two-figure set  
    [] Red/Blue Bubble- take a photo of either type for a two-figure set  
    [] Redead  
    [] Seahat  
     
    
    Forest Haven (14)  
    [] Aldo- at Cliff Plateau Isles (G6) after Forbidden Woods is cleared  
    [] Carlov the Sculptor  
    [] Great Deku Tree  
    [] Drona- at Private Oasis (E5) after Forbidden Woods is cleared  
    [] Elma- at Needle Rock Isle (A5) after Forbidden Woods is cleared  
    [] Fado- purchase at Lenzo's shop  
    [] Hollo  
    [] Irch- at Shark Island (C6) after Forbidden Woods is cleared  
    [] Linder- at Greatfish Isle (B4) after Forbidden Woods is cleared  
    [] Makar  
    [] Manny  
    [] Oakin- at Star Island (B1) after Forbidden Woods is cleared  
    [] Olivio- at Eastern Fairy Island (E3) after Forbidden Woods is cleared  
    [] Rown- at Mother & Child Isles (B2) after Forbidden Woods is cleared  
    
     
    Forsaken Fortress (18)  
    [] Big Octo- take a photo before defeating it  
    [] Darknut- normal  
    [] Darknut- shield  
    [] Darknut- with cape; take it at Ganon's Tower before you fight Ganon  
    [] Ganon- purchase from Lenzo's Shop, or take it during the final boss fight 
       and save, then reset the game  
    [] Gohdan- on the wall after defeating him  
    [] Gohma- during the second fight at Ganon's Tower  
    [] Helmaroc King- before you defeat him  
    [] Jalhalla- during either fight  
    [] Kalle Demos- during the second fight at Ganon's Tower  
    [] Moblin  
    [] Molgera- during either fight  
    [] Mothula/Wingless Mothula- take a picture of either type for a two-figure 
       set  
    [] Phantom Ganon- before you defeat him at Ganon's Tower  
    [] Puppet Ganon- take a photo of human Ganon in the second phase of the final 
       boss fight and save, then reset  
    [] Stalfos  
    [] Wizzrobe- take a photo of either type for a two-figure set  
    [] Wizzrobe- the mini-boss in Wind Temple, take a photo before defeating him  
    
     
    
    Ocean (18)  
    [] Ankle  
    [] Beedle  
    [] David Jr.  
    [] Fairy  
    [] Fairy Queen- purchase at Lenzo's shop  
    [] Gonzo- take Tetra's photo to get a set  
    [] Great Fairy- purchase at Lenzo's shop  
    [] King of Hyrule- purchase at Lenzo's shop  
    [] Knuckle- need Tingle Tuner & GBA, must be taken before completing Nintendo 
       Gallery  
    [] Loot  
    [] Mako- take Tetra's photo to get a set  
    [] Merman  
    [] Niko- take Tetra's photo to get a set  
    [] Nudge- take Tetra's photo to get a set  
    [] Old Man Ho-Ho  
    [] Princess Zelda- purchase King of Hyrule's photo from Lenzo's shop or take 
       it during the final boss fight at Ganon's Tower, then save & reset  
    [] Senza- take Tetra's photo to get a set  
    [] Tetra- after the Helmaroc King fight but before she becomes Zelda 
       (oops...spoiler!)  
    [] Salvage Corp.  
    [] Salvatore  
    [] Tingle  
    [] Wandering Merchant- take a photo of any merchant for a three-figure set  
    [] Zuko- take a photo of Tetra for a set  
     
    
    Outset Island (14)  
    [] Abe  
    [] Aryll- take a photo of Grandma to get her photo  
    [] Crab- also found on various islands  
    [] Grandma  
    [] Jabun- purchase at Lenzo's shop  
    [] Joel  
    [] Mesa  
    [] Orca  
    [] Rose  
    [] Seagull- also found on various islands  
    [] Sturgeon  
    [] Sue-Belle  
    [] Wild Pig- also found on Windfall Island  
    [] Zill  
     
    
    Windfall Island (27)  
    [] Anton  
    [] Candy  
    [] Cannon- take either version of Cannon for a two-figure set  
    [] Dampa  
    [] Doc Bandam  
    [] Garrickson  
    [] Gillian  
    [] Gossack  
    [] Gummy  
    [] Kamo  
    [] Kane  
    [] Killer Bees- take any member's photo for a four-figure set  
    [] Kreeb  
    [] Lenzo  
    [] Linda  
    [] Maggie- take either poor or rich version to get a two-figure set  
    [] Maggie's Father- take either poor or rich version to get a two-figure set  
    [] Mila- take either poor or rich version to get a two-figure set  
    [] Mila's Father- take either poor or rich version to get a two-figure set  
    [] Minenco  
    [] Missy  
    [] Mrs. Marie  
    [] Pompie & Vera- take either one for a two-figure set  
    [] Potova & Joanna- take either one for a two-figure set  
    [] Sam  
    [] Tott  
    [] Zunari
    
    
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                              *Secrets & Rumours* 
    
    
    Like all Zelda games, there are some neat secrets to be uncovered and 
    discovered. These are randomly picked from Internet searches and my own 
    discoveries.  Enjoy!
    
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    SECRETS:
    
    
    *Chop up a sign and play the Wind God's Aria to repair it. 
    
    
    *If you enter the name "Zelda" on a new file, you hear slightly different 
    music than under another name. Also, you hear the same music if you complete 
    the game and open it again. 
    
    
    *When you complete the game and re-visit Valoo or Jabun, their dialogue 
    (originally in Hylian) is translated. 
    
    
    *Set a bottle of Elixir Soup to Y, then press Start + Y. Assign an empty 
    bottle to Y and press Start. Now you have one full bottle of soup and a half 
    bottle of soup. 
    
    
    *After completing the game, open the same file and Link will wear his blue 
    pyjamas throughout. Aryll will wear her pink dress and you'll have the Deluxe 
    Picto Box at the beginning. 
    
    
    *Complete the game three times on three slots (without copying files). Open 
    the second file and you will get to choose the colour of Link's clothes. 
    
    
    *If you stand outside Beedle's Shop Ship for a while, the boat will move with 
    you on it! 
    
    
    *On Outset Island, break the pot the girl carries with your sword. She will 
    take 10 rupees from you! 
    
    
    *Place a bomb on Beedle's Shop Ship, then run away. The bomb will rock the 
    boat and smoke will appear! 
    
    
    *The sky at night has stars that resemble constellations (The Big Dipper and 
    Orion's Belt). 
    
    
    *Like the cuccos in N64 Zelda games, if you attack the pigs over again, they 
    turn red and attack you!
    
    
    *Attack a pig until it turns red, then lure it into the ocean. The water will 
    cool the pig off. 
    
    
    *Stand near a Travelling Merchant and use the Deku Leaf to blow his hat off! 
    
    
    *The Goron Ruby can be seen decorating the Travelling Merchants' packs. 
    
    
    *If you time it right, two enemies can attack themselves! Stand between two, 
    then run away just as an enemy is ready to attack. BOOM! Funniest thing ever! 
    
    
    *Spread All-Purpose Bait near seagulls and they will come and eat it. 
    
    
    *If you talk to the Great Deku Tree after finishing the Forest Temple, he 
    will mark the Korocks' locations on your map. 
    
    
    *Manny, the guy who hangs out by the Nintendo Gallery, has a logo of a Legend 
    of Zelda (NES) Octorok on his bag. 
    
    
    *Did you notice that the Dragon Roost Island boss resembles Gohma from Legend 
    of Zelda: Ocarina of Time?  In fact, they share a similar name :oP
    
    
    *Ocarina of Time reference: Keaton & Goron masks, and the Bunny Hood on display 
    at the Nintendo Gallery front desk. 
    
    
    *On display in stained glass from where you get the Master Sword are the 
    Ocarina of Time sages. 
    
    
    *The Song of Passing (learned from Tott) sounds like the Sun Song from 
    Ocarina of Time. 
    
    
    *Saria's Song from Ocarina of Time plays in Forest Haven. 
    
    
    *Zelda's Lullaby from Ocarina of Time plays when Tetra's true identity is 
    revealed. 
    
    
    *Master Sword music from OoT plays when the sword gains power. 
    
    
    *The Tower of the Gods boss is very similar to Bongo-Bongo from OoT. 
    
    
    *Medli wears a Zora Sapphire. 
    
    
    *A Pikachu from Pokemon is displayed at the Nintendo Gallery desk near the 
    Goron Mask. 
    
    
    *Ghost Sighting: At the ferris wheel on Windfall Island, with the Song of 
    Passing learned, stand on a cart near the bottom, very close to the edge 
    (without falling off). Play the Song of Passing to either day or night, and 
    Link will fall down, spot a ghost, scream, and be sent back to the front of 
    the island.
    
    
    *When you return to Outset Island, make sure you bring a fairy with you 
    (If you forget, you can just get it from the fairy fountain in the forest). 
    Take the fairy to your Grandma and release it infront of her. When she wakes 
    up she gives you Elixer Soup. It heals all health and magic, doubles your 
    attack untill you get hit AND has two helpings.
    
    
    *One of the trickiest parts is when you return to Outset Island and you 
    have to cross where the bridge is broken.  I jumped up on one of the two 
    stakes at this end of the bridge and leaped off that, and I was able to 
    make it across with the regular meter.
    
    
    *On Dragon Roost Island, shoot an arrow at the bomb plants stuck to the 
    cliff face on the west side, above the sign with the arrow pointing up 
    at them.  They knock down a treasure chest with approx. 50 rupees.
    You can also use a Hyoi Pear and fly a seagull into one of the flowers.
    
    
    *In the cavern on Pawprint Isle, grapple the poles to climb up to a
    cave in the ceiling and a 20-rupee chest.
    
    
    *I saved after beating puppet Ganon (before the blue-void doorway 
    leading to the human-Ganon fight).  After beating the game, I reloaded 
    the original to find myself stuck in the watery puppet Ganon room -- now  
    empty, with the exit door permanently locked.  The only way out was to  
    go beat Ganon's human form again.  It seemed I'd ruined that saved game  
    so that I couldn't return to the islands or abuse the Light Arrows at  
    length.  Much to my relief, I found that killing myself with bombs 
    (though this took quite a while) led me to respawn back a room, such that 
    I was free to escape the castle and continue roaming.  In retrospect, I  
    wonder whether just allowing Ganon to kill me (I managed not to die  
    during any of the boss fights) would have brought me back to the same  
    open room.  If I hadn't had enough bombs, I figure that might have  
    been my only option.  Anyway, if this causes anyone else a headache,  
    just remember the solution is death!
    
    
    *In the wind shrine area, there should be a large boulder in front.  If 
    you have bombs, you can blow it up & your reward is a purple rupee after 
    you defeat a series of monsters inside.
    
    
    *When facing the snake puppet boss in Ganon's Tower, when the battle 
    starts run to the teleporting pot then you climb on the edge of the pot 
    but don't go in.  When you are at the edge the serpant won't be able to 
    hit you and probably end up going around in circles trying to get you 
    which make it a easy target for your light arrows.
    
    
    *Someone in production for the 3-D Zeldas has a thing for the stars
    particularly, the constellation Cassiopeia. Not only are some bombable 
    rocks in Termina Field in a formation so as to mimic it, the Five Star 
    Isles (in Wind Waker) are also in that pattern.
    
    
    *when using the jump attack before Link lands on the ground, quickly 
    circle the control stick and press any button, then the jump attack 
    will be followed with a spin attack immediately.  To perform this 
    technique correctly, hold the L button during the move.  Use this 
    technique to ensure safety when facing more than one Darknut at once.
    When facing Ganon, lock on him and circle to his back.  Use this 
    technique three times, and Ganon will lay on the ground to be finished.
    Remember not to get too close to him and always hold L, or the spin 
    attack won't hit him.
    
    *If you played Luigi's Mansion and you fight the big boo at the deck 
    behind the attic. This is similar to the boss Jalhalla in Earth Temple. 
    When you poke Jalhalla he will turn into smaller poe's which are like 
    ghosts. You defeat him by killing each individual small poe. In Luigi's 
    Mansion you do the same by poking the big ghost and defeat it by 
    killing each small ghost.
    
    *Be near an edge and stand in front of the edge with plenty of space. 
    Continue to roll and roll up to the edge and if you let go of the left 
    joystick you will not fall (no matter how fast) off the edge unless you 
    hold that joystick forward. 
    
    *If you save right after you defeat the Helmaroc King, when you open your 
    file, Link will start at the bottom of the tower next to the cell of the 
    girls locked up and the water will not rise or the top will close so you 
    can have fun in there.
    
    *Behind Ganon's robe there's a smiley face.
    
    *If you stand under a log or a place where link can hook his grappling hook, 
    you will notice that Link will stare at it trying to give you a hint that 
    you can hook your grappling hook.
    
    *When in the Phantom Ganon Maze in Ganon’s Tower as soon as you enter a room 
    with Phantom Ganon power up your Hurricane Spin and over 90% of the time it 
    will deflect the energy ball(s) back to Ganon and have him drop down to the 
    floor level so you can defeat him in that room.   Work especially well in 
    rooms with multiple Phantom Ganons.
    
    *Easy way to get Joy Pendants:  In Dragon Roost Cavern after getting the 
    Grappling Hook & opening ALL 3 warp jars save, exit game & restart.  Go to 
    first room (where you got the first key) & 1st warp jar.  Use grappling hook 
    to steal the Joy Pendants from the enemies.   You get 2 per round.   Exit & 
    re-enter repeatedly & kill enemies in the same room again until you have all 
    the pendants you want.  You must exit the dungeon to make the enemies 
    reappear to get the pendants each time you come back to the room.
    
    
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    RUMOURS:
    
    *Do you know about the true final boss in legend of zelda wind waker?  ive 
    foght him
     
    first hidden item:ocarina of time
    boss:link(yeah big shocker)o,o,t verion
    difficlty:inhumanly hard
    wepon of chosche:none you got to get his sword
    how to get to him
    the final fight get out the grappleing hook aim for zelda necklace
    then aim for ganons triforce hand.its self explantrion form their kill ganon
    ...but go to windfall the windmill will slipt in half hidden in the windmill 
    link.
     
    addiontal notes:GET EVERY SINGLE HEART PEACIE!!!
    HES INHUMALY EVEN GOD-LIKE HARD GET RED CHU POTINS
    you only can use 2 wepons master sword and his sword
     
    unlocked:not a single item (kinda stupid)
    
    -- from BigGuy
    
    My Reply:  I have never come across this rumour.  I am trying it out, but I 
    can't aim at anything on Zelda or Ganon.  The yellow symbol does not appear 
    and it doesn't even look like Zelda is wearing a necklace (more like a crest).
     
    Where did you come across this rumour?  Keep in mind that very few people find 
    these little-known secrets to work.
    
    
    *I've heard a rumour that if you beat the game 3 times you get to pick the 
    color of your costume-- from Bob
    
    My Reply:  Not sure, but maybe others have heard about it.  I've beaten the 
    game at least 3 times (maybe more), and haven't seen this.
    
    
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    If you have any additional secrets or rumours to share, please send me an 
    e-mail.  I'll needto check it out for myself first before posting it.  If 
    legit, it will be posted here with credit to you.  I'll also add you to the 
    thank-yous page.  Lucky you :oD
    
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    Q:  I have played up to the Gannon's tower, Zelda Wind Waker, where "Link" 
        must fight the four Bosses.  After saving the game and later returning 
        to the tower, "Link" has been turning to face me.  I've looked through 
        the options and can't get "Link" to stay facing so I can see him from 
        his back.  This is very annoying, especially during battles.
        Do you know a way to correct this?  I don't think I've changed anything 
        that would lead to "Link's" misbehavior.  I almost feel like he's 
        wanting to fight me instead of the enemies!  Please HELP! ... if you 
        can .... Thanks!  And I love your WT, especially since I'm brand new to 
        the Nintendo World.  Please also note that I'm playing on an ancient 
        Game Cube-- from AlphaFemWolf
    
    A:  That sounds like a very weird glitch.  If it has happened after saving & 
        restarting the game (or turning off the system), then I don't really know 
        how to help.  All I can think of is maybe your camera angle is out of 
        whack.  You can always press L to set the camera on a default position 
        behind Link, or use the C-stick to rotate the camera on different angles.
    
        Maybe something malfunctioned when you last saved your game.  It is not a 
        good idea to touch the controls or any button on the Game Cube when 
        saving.  Have you tried starting a new file to see if the glitch re-
        occurs?  I hope you don't have to redo the game just because of this, but 
        try to see if that happens.
    
        Also, check to make sure your Game Cube system and the game disc is not 
        damaged in any way.  That can affect game play.
    
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    Q:  well, no real questions about the game, i just started it. i did want 
        to comment on your guide: i really like the format of writing that 
        item checklist before each part of the walkthrough... but the 
        walkthrough itself is hard to read. it looks informative and in-depth, 
        but it's one giant wall of text after another  :(   the rest of your 
        guide has paragraphs, so it's a stark contrast
    
        one other thing (not as important) is that it's a pain to scroll through 
        the version history just to get to the table of contents... i mean, i 
        expect it now that i know it's there, but i think it would be nicer if 
        you put the table of contents first. they're already numbered, you could 
        just switch your z1 and z2
    
        by the way, your z4.4 in the table of contents is missing the "tingle 
        tuner" heading. also, your very first version history entry (august 18, 
        2007) mentions howling stones; i thought those were in twilight princess, 
        are they also in this game?
    
        well, i guess i won't really know if you'll do anything about changing your 
        guide up just for one reader. i'm sure you put a lot of effort into the 
        guide already and let me make it clear that overall it looks great! so 
        yeah awesome job, and thanks for listening-- from tf
    
    A:  Well, thanks for the comments.  The item checklist was an idea I got from
        Mr. Shotgun's Twilight Princess guide, so with credit to him, I adapted it
        with my own preferred format and went for it for all my games.  Yup,
        you're right...a block of text is annoying to scroll through.  A couple
        of problems with changing this:  Zelda games are tricky to separate into
        logical paragraphs.  Yeah, bad excuse, but if you're printing off the
        walkthrough, use a pencil to mark your place, or if you're reading it
        off the screen as you play, use the arrow keys to keep the text at
        the top of the page.  That's what I've done (yes, I follow my own
        walkthroughs!).  Thanks for the correction on the Tingle Tuner...I've
        fixed that.  As for the version info...um, it's 7 clicks to reach
        the table of contents.
    
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    Q:  In the bottom right corner is a number showing the number of rupees 
        you have. Is the most you can carry 200 until you get the bag that 
        lets you carry 1000? It is confusing because the game still shows 
        you gathering them.-- from Sammie
    
    A:  That's right, you can only carry up to 200 rupees until you get two 
        wallet upgrades from the Great Fairies.  You can find that info in 
        my Great Fairy Upgrades section.  One is on Northern Fairy Island 
        (C1) and the other is on Outset Island (B7).  Both upgrades require 
        bombs and the second one I mentioned requires the Deku Leaf as well.
    
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    Q:  Im stuck in a ring of fire with 2 mighty darknuts and only 3 hearts. 
        Can get the armour off one of them but the other one kicks my butt, 
        and I die. Boo. Have you any clues or advice? Cant move on to the 
        next game till I finish this one-- from Celina
    
    A:  I'm not sure which Zelda game you are playing, but I'm wondering if 
        your health meter is too small to be fighting Mighty Darknuts, the 
        toughest enemy (aside from major bosses) in the game.  Have you been 
        collecting Heart Pieces?  Or maybe you have a bigger heart meter, 
        but only 3 remaining to use.  In that case, fill your empty bottle(s) 
        with potion or fairies to restore your health.
    
    **FOLLOW-UP**
    
    Q:  Im playing The wind waker, and yeah I have a bigger heart metre but 
        only 3 are full. The main problem is that I cant go backwards to 
        collect any potions or fairies, because Im always dropped into the 
        ring of fire, and cant get out till I kill the big fellas.... which 
        I cant do. Its very frustrating. If you could help me that would be 
        brilliant!
    
    A:  Okay, you must be in Hyrule Castle then?  If you can't return back,
        try collecting hearts in the pots around the room.  I think even in 
        that fight there are a few around.  Other than that, I don't really
        know what else to suggest!
         
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    Q:  I was wondering, on Windfall island, the browned hair girl that is 
        always sitting at the steps during the day and looking at the moon 
        at night. Well she wants you to take a picture of somthing completly 
        round and pale...I have tried everything i can think of, the moon, 
        even the merchant guy, i just can't find it out...-- from Saraahh
    
    A:  Take a pictograph of a full moon.  You'll need to play the Song
        of Passing a few times, but keep checking for a full moon.  The
        best place to take the pictograph is next to the guy when he
        is looking at it through his telescope at night.
    
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    Q:  I'm stuck on a really stupid part. All the walkthru's that I read 
        fly right past it. I know I'm just not doing something right. The 
        part just before the first dungeon, where link has to throw bombs 
        into the statues. I had no trouble throwing a bomb in the first 
        one, but the second one seems out of reach. In your WT, you say 
        'from the platform on the right'. Do you mean on the one that just 
        fell down? Can I jump and carry a bomb?... How do you do it?-- from
        Paul B.
    
    A:  Yup, you can move while carrying a bomb, and to form the second 
        platform before Dragon Roost Cavern just jump to the first one you 
        made.  Pluck a bomb flower by pressing A while next to it, then use 
        the Control Stick to move around while carrying it. Press A again to 
        throw while using the Control Stick to aim the throw in the general 
        direction you face.  This part can be a bit tricky, but that's all 
        there really is to it! 
    
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    Q:  I sure hope you don't mind people sending you corrections on your 
        walkthoughs. But anyway, on your Wind Waker guide under the *Decoding 
        My Directions* section if you look at the number of Heart Pieces you 
        said there are, it's wrong. You said 45 but I believe that there are 
        44.
     
        Also, another thing that might make you mad... I just wanted to know if 
        you are working on any more walkthoughs right now... and if so, if it's 
        not asking to much, what game are they for? As you may know I'm a big 
        fan of your guide. In the past I have e-mailed you thanking you for your 
        work!  Thanks again-- from James
    
    A:  No, I really don't mind.  I actually like corrections because it means 
        you've read my walkthroughs very thoroughly and I appreciate that, 
        seeing as I spend a lot of time working on them.
    
        Thanks for the Heart Piece correction.  I fixed that up.  Not to make 
        excuses or anything, but see, I copied and pasted the same "Decoding 
        my Directions" for different Zelda games and sometimes the number of 
        Heart Pieces changes.  Either that or I made a typo :o)
    
        I'm really busy with school now (as you can see by my exhaustive version 
        update posting).  I have 8 walkthroughs (check my GameFAQs profile for a 
        listing) and I'll add walkthroughs for any new Mario or Zelda games.  
        Those are my favourite video game series.  I recently bought two old Mega 
        Man games for my NES, which is a great retro series that I also like 
        playing, although it's more WYSIWYG than the adventure-type games.
    
        Thanks a lot for your nice comments and I'm glad you like my walkthroughs.  
        As long as you have questions, I'll try my best to answer them :o)
    
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    Q:  if u hav any info on that guy baito who stands out on dragon 
        island i would really appreciate it. he says something about a job 
        interview. what do i do? --from Shadowpaws2003
    
    A:  Baito seems to be confused about how to use the stepping block you
        set up to reach the Rito Aerie.  So for now, he'll hang around.
        Don't worry about him until later.  Baito helps you get a Heart 
        Piece later on.  Here's how:  After finishing Dragon Roost
        Cavern's dungeon, in the Rito Aerie at Dragon Roost Island, you 
        can play a fun minigame at the post office.  Talk to Koboli at the 
        desk to gain a job at the mail centre.  Toss the letters in their 
        matching slots for 30 seconds.  If you match 10 correctly, you get 
        a raise.  Then, you must sort 20 letters.  Once you do that, sort 25 
        letters to get another pay increase.  For more details, see my Mini 
        Games page.  If you come back later, Baito will be working the desk.  
        If you sort 25 letters for him, he will give you a letter to mail.  
        Put it in the postbox (BTW, if it ever wiggles, check it for your 
        own mail) outside the Aerie (postage costs 5 rupees) and the next 
        morning you will get a Heart Piece from his mother (#7).
    
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    Q:  In the windwaker when i sail into the ghost ship it just disappears.
        --from dylan benge
    
    A:  You need the Ghost Ship Chart before entering the ship itself.  All
        of this information is in my walkthrough and under my Special Charts
        section.  You need the Hookshot to get the chart.  Complete the 
        secret cavern at Diamond Steppe Island (A6) to collect the chart.  It 
        shows the location of Ghost Ship based on the phase of the moon.
    
        Moon Phases -->
        Full Moon- Crescent Moon Island (E1)
        Half-Moon (left)- Star Belt Archipelago (G3)
        Half-Moon (right)- Bomb Island (F5)
        Crescent Moon (left)- Greatfish Isle (B4)
        Crescent Moon (right)- Diamond Steppe Island (A6)
        Three-Quarter Moon (left)- Five-Star Isles (G7)
        Three-Quarter Moon (right)- Spectacle Island (C2)
    
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    Q:  I'm currently working on getting all the triforce maps. I've got all 
        of them except for the last. So I went to Overlook Island and for 
        some reason I can't hookshot up onto the island. I was pretty sure 
        that should have been easy but for some reason something is going 
        wrong-- from Joey Charpentier
    
    A:  At Overlook Island, bomb the fighter boats to clear the area, making 
        it much easier to navigate the island.  Find a palm tree that seems 
        close and use the hookshot to pull yourself up to it.  A way to check 
        for a close tree is to aim the hookshot and see if you get the yellow 
        symbol, which means that it's within reach.
    
    
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    Q:  u said u could get a picto box that takes pictures in black and white 
        in tingle's jail cell(where u free him and he give's u the tingle tuner 
        and map of his place,right?). where's the picto box? i couldn't find it. 
        is it in the crawl space loaded with all the annoying rats? is there a 
        certain time i can only get it?-- from ej millan
    
    A:  Yes, the Picto Box is found by crawling through the hole in the wall and 
        tunnelling through the maze.  To avoid the rats and their trap doors, 
        push the C-stick up to keep a close-up point-of-view and when you are 
        approaching a rat, backtrack with the control stick to wiggle back and 
        try another route.  Also, if you collect rupees, you're on the right 
        track.  And no, you can collect the picto box during the day or night.
    
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    Q:  I'm in the Wind Temple and i had saved the game and shut it off but 
        when i turned it back on... well... Makar was not there. Is he/it 
        somewhere in the temple? or do i have to go back to where i found him 
        origanally?-- from Alex Dinsmore
    
    A:  Yes, if you turn off the game while in the temple, you need to go
        back to his jail cell, which should be open anyway, and get him
        back.  FYI, the same thing happens if he gets "Makar"napped by
        a Floor Master, and to Medli in the Earth Temple.
    
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    Q:  So about a week ago, i played the wind temple, but was unable to 
        finish it before dinner. : )... anyways, i went back to play, and 
        makar is inside already im guessing? cuz he wasnt at forest haven, 
        and i had to go get the boots again. so i went to the wind temple 
        and got in, but when i tried playing the song, i realized that i 
        needed makar. so i went to forest haven, but he wasnt in that 
        little place in the water fall, which made me guess he was still 
        kidnapped by those creepy things in the wind temple! and i need 
        him to get back into the temple. whew. it really was pretty 
        frustrating. do you know another wayto find makar or another way 
        in?-- from Sarah Laninga
    
    A:  Okay, I hope I've got this right.  If you've played inside the Wind 
        Temple already, you should have already gotten Makar from the 
        Forest Temple area.  When Makar is kidnapped while navigating the 
        temple, you can continue without him by using the hookshot.  So, 
        I'm a little confused as to why you can't continue in the temple 
        if you've already gone through some of it with Makar.  Unless you 
        forgot to save before turning off the system...?
    
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    Q:  I already completed the Earth Temple.  I got the wind's god aria, 
        and talked to the weird boy wind sage.  He says I'm supposed to 
        bring a new sage to the temple, and I know this sage is Makar, but 
        when I swing into the room behind the waterfall at Forest Haven, 
        Makar is not there.  Did I forget something?-- from Cindy Feng
    
    A:  All I can sugest is to make sure you are in the right room.  It's 
        not within Forest Haven, but just outside it.  You should hear 
        violin music and see some music notes coming from the little area.  
        You can swing right through the waterfall into the room and down 
        the ladder is Makar playing his instrument.
     
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    Q:  Hello, my wife has a question about the Wind Waker Zelda game for 
        gamecube. She is trying to complete the first task from Lenzo, in 
        order to get the deluxe pictograph. It's the part where Zelda has 
        to get a picture of someone writing a letter, but she is'nt sure 
        how to do it. Can you please help her?-- from Larry Wetzel
    
    A:  To complete Lenzo's first task, find the red mailbox in front of 
        the market arch.  Stand by the tree nearby to remain out of sight 
        and wait for a short man with dark hair and red overalls to appear.  
        Aim your pictograph at the mailbox and snap a picture when he 
        places a letter in the mailbox.  Make sure the picture is in focus, 
        clear, and contains his full body (head to toe) in the frame.  Take 
        the pictograph to Lenzo to pass the first task.
    
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    Q:  Anyway i am stuck on windwaker on Triforce Chart 2.  I understand i 
        need to give 21 joy pendants to miss marie on windfall island to get 
        cabana deed but when i try to it says this item won`t do anything 
        here i must be missing something can you help (this is the first 
        time i have got stuck and i am near-ish the end)-- from Garreth
    
    A:  To give Mrs. Marie the Joy Pendant(s), you need to speak with her 
        about them first so that you activate that part of the game, then 
        you should be able to L-target her and take out a Joy Pendant to 
        give them to her.  Just taking them out without L-targeting will 
        give you that message about not doing anything here.
    
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    Q:  I have been playing Zelda Wind Waker with the help of Nintendo Power 
        and have made it as far as collecting all 8 Tri-Force Shards. As 
        instructed, I went to The Tower of the Gods, which would take me to 
        Hyrule Castle where I would meet Zelda then go to final dungeon, 
        but...No Zelda. There is a door at other side but electric blue 
        lines won't allow entry. I have all tools etc. Just don't have all 
        maps or possible heart containers, but that shouldn't matter, right? 
        What am I missing?-- from John
    
    A:  All I can suggest are two things:  One, double check that you have 
        the Triforce Shard in your Quest Status Screen (press Start to 
        access the screen and look for the yellow Triforce triangle).  
        Second, Zelda is in the basement part of the castle.  You need to 
        head down there and into the centre of the area where she will be 
        for a second, then disappear in a short cinema.  You're right, it 
        shouldn't matter if you don't have all the Heart Pieces or Treasure 
        Charts.
    
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    Q:  Im currently in the Wind Temple on the Wind Waker game, and when I 
        was in the boss room, I fought 2 Darknuts, about 3 of those pig 
        monster things....:) and alot of bats...anyways, the Boss Key NEVER 
        showed up!  On my compus I can see a treasure chest in the middle of 
        the room, but its not there! On your walkthrough, you said to defeat 
        3 Darknuts, is that exactly what you have to do, and did I kill the 
        Wizzrobe too quickly or something? Help me :( -- from Megan X
    
    A:  Hey...I like your name :oD  You should just have to defeat the 3 
        Darknuts to get the boss key.  The other enemies appear in another 
        room, so make sure you're in the room with the Darknuts.  Look in 
        the east alcove (across from the door that unseals after beating 
        the 3 Darknuts) and the boss key should be there in the blue & gold 
        chest.
    
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    Q:  Now I am trying to complete the Nintendo gallery. I guess im not the 
        most patient person, so going through that whole process of 
        obtaining a figure seems like an ordeal. So this is what I was going 
        to ask you about: have you ever noticed if you could give the photo 
        and play the song of passing only once before it is ready? This 
        happens to me every now and then, and I cant figure out why or how to 
        reproduce it. I have a couple of different theories but none of them 
        seem to be the answer. I'm just wondering if you have come across 
        this or know anything about it. I know I would sure like it if I 
        could complete the gallery a bit faster. Anyways, I would appreciate 
        anything kind of info or insight you might have. Thanks again. 
        p.s. you should do some show tunes for your next scroll joke!-- from
        Eddie
    
    A:  I never finished the entire Nintendo Gallery, since it's really tiring 
        after a while.  I've never noticed the statues being made after just 
        playing the Song of Passing once.  It could be for 2 reasons that I 
        can think of:  It might be due to the difficulty level of obtaining 
        the photo (harder ones might take 2 songs to finish, whereas easier 
        ones might take 1 song), or it could be the timing of playing the song.  
        Perhaps if it's nighttime already, then by morning, the statue is ready, 
        but if it's morning when you hand in the photo, you need to wait until 
        the following morning.  The latter reason is probably more likely.
    
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    Q:  My daughter and I use your walkthoughs.  They are very good btw.  I 
        have a question about the end of Zelda the Wind Waker, after the 
        credits roll, and it asks to save, should you?   We did and now it 
        appears that all the data has disappeared.   The gamequest looks 
        like it is starting over again.  Any thoughts on that?  I appreciate 
        it-- from Tawny
    
    A:  At the end of my walkthrough, I pointed out that you should save after 
        the credits are finished so that you can reopen your file & finish the 
        Nintendo Gallery side quest with the new Deluxe Picto Box and you & 
        Aryll wear different outfits :o)
    
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    Q:  At the back of Dragon Roost Island, you can feed a pear to the seagull 
        and then fly into a tunnel that leads into the mountain.  There's a 
        treasure chest in there, and a back exit it looks like it would take a 
        bomb to open.  Is there any way for Link to get to that treasure chest 
        and open it?   
    
    A:  Wow, good findings at Dragon Roost!  I tried luring the seagull inside & 
        turns out the chest was open...It was in my 100% complete file, so I 
        guess it's covered in the walkthrough or it's just a rupee chest, but I 
        don't know how I opened it :o(
    
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    Q:  In the Great Deku Tree area, you've described the platform leading to 
        the forbidden forest, and another higher one that leads outside where 
        you launch from to reach the Gallery.  Perhaps I'm mistaken or not 
        remembering properly, but it seems to me there's also a third even 
        higher one, opposite the one that leads to the Gallery?  Maybe there's 
        no way to get up to that one?-- from Chris
    
    A:  The highest ledge in Forest Haven is accessible but not necessary to 
        finish the game & doesn't even have a rupee chest or anything!  You can 
        access it by heading up the Great Deku Tree to where you first got the 
        Deku Leaf, then fly to the Baba Bud, and launch & fly to the nearby 
        platform. Use that Babu Bud to launch, then fly to the next highest 
        bough of the tree. Fly across to the highest platform and through the 
        cave to the outside. It's just a bunch of plants for some magic pots.  
        Nothing special, so that's why I ignored it in the walkthrough.
    
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    Q:  Sometimes when I fight Darknuts, I somehow use moves that resemble the 
        back slice and helm splitter.  This makes it very easy to remove their 
        armor, but I have no idea how I'm doing this.  Any ideas?-- from 
        Rebecca
    
    A:  Actually, the back slice and helm splitter are sword moves in Twilight 
        Princess, but since your subject line was "Wind Waker," you're probably 
        doing the parry attack, which is outlined in my Basic Controls & 
        Actions section--you L-target the enemy and press A when the green icon 
        flashes (i.e. when it attacks you) to do an automatic parry or 
        counterattack.
    
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    Q:  Does this game really go on forever if you keep ereasing your file over 
        and over again? Also what side quests are there besides the treasure 
        charts, items, spoils bag, and sidequests you have listed. And do you 
        have a complete checklist of sidequests?-- from Terrence
    
    A:  You can reopen your game file once you've finished the game to replay it 
        with the Deluxe Picto Box in order to finish the Nintendo Gallery, a 
        major side quest of the game (and the longest to finish!).  
    
        The side quests are pretty much outlined in that section, plus the 
        Nintendo Gallery on its own, and everything is incorporated in the 
        walkthrough.  Heart pieces and necessary items & weapons are outlined in 
        their own sections.
    
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    Q:  I am on Windfall Island (after saving the girls from the Forbidden 
        Fortress) and I am trying to catch the poor girl stealing from the safe 
        at night.  I go up and talk to her and she shoos me away and the cut 
        scene takes place and she runs.  So I follow her all over town without 
        getting caught and when she is at the safe with the bubble over her head 
        I run up behind her, but before I get to her she turns around and 
        catches me “who’s there” and then she runs away.  I have tried a number 
        of different ways of approaching her, I walk up to her, I run to her, I 
        stand & wait for her, I wait for the bubble to appear, I wait for her to 
        steal the contents and catch her and I wait for her to walk out with the 
        contents.  Each way I do it she always catches me and runs away and I 
        have to start all over again.
    
        I have already talked to her dad who informs me that he thinks his 
        daughter is up to no good at night and I have talked to the merchant who 
        says someone is stealing from his safe at night time.
    
        I have played and won this game several years ago and I don’t remember 
        having any problems with catching her.  Any idea on what I am doing 
        wrong?-- from Julie
    
    A:  You might need to L-target her in order to talk to her, but you need to 
        be quite fast because she doesn't take long to break into the safe.  She 
        must have experience with this :oD  Once you approach her with the 
        bubble above her head, she shouldn't see you, but you need to talk to her 
        like you do any other characters before time runs out & she runs off.
    
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    Q:  When are more FAQs going to be listed?  -- from nintendo_girl21
    A:  When more people e-mail me with questions!  Sheesh (lol).
    
    
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    [Z19]
    
    
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                     *Copyright, Thank-Yous & Contact Info*
    
    
    This walkthrough is copyright (c) Megan L., 2007-...
    This walkthrough is authorized to appear on the following sites:
    
    GameFAQs.com (duh)
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    Gamesradar.com
    Cheatplanet.com
    Gamerevolution.com
    Cheatingdome.com
    Kuponut.com
    CheatHappens.com
    CheatCodes.com
    MyCheats.com
    Vgnerd.com
    ChapterCheats.com
    Lysia at TheSacredRealm.net (formerly LegendofZeldaSeries.com)
    Gamesages.twilightlegend.com
    
    This walkthrough is intended for personal, private use only and may NOT be
    posted on other web sites without written (e-mailed) permission from the 
    author (a.k.a. me).
    
    Legend of Zelda is a registered trademark of Nintendo and I am not directly
    affiliated with the corporation.  Of course, you knew that already, right?
    
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    I would like to thank Nintendo for creating such excellent games.  
     
    Thanks to Marshmallow for his great Ocarina of Time walkthrough that I used 
    throughout the game and for the inspiration to make my own Zelda walkthroughs.  
     
    Thanks to all the Zelda sites out there for spending so much time in making 
    their walkthroughs and FAQs.  
    
    Thanks to Prima Guides for publishing an awesome and VERY detailed strategy
    guide.
     
    Thanks again to Geocities for hosting my web sites.
    
    Thanks to GameFAQS.com for an awesome community of gamers and walkthroughs.  
    And thanks for giving my walkthroughs another home on the Web.  
    
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    Thanks to the following for their secrets, additions, corrections, etc:
    
    Ryan Cummings for the Beamos enemy info correction.
    
    Tom for the Elixir Soup secret.
    
    Chris for reformatting the walkthrough & secrets on fighting
    Ganon, Big Octos, Cannon mini-game, accessing broken bridge on Outset 
    Island, Pawprint Isle rupee chest, and Dragon Roost Island rupee chests.
    
    James for the alternative tip on opening up the Nintendo Gallery.
    
    Julie for the tip on getting the Empty Bottle from Mila.
    
    Shane for the alternative tip on claiming the Dragon Roost Island hidden
    rupee chest.
    
    Joe for the tip on avoiding a glitch in saving at Ganon's Castle.
    
    Sampson Lu for finding the Wind Shrine rupee reward cave.
    
    Chris for the Ganon Snake Puppet secret.
    
    Treshu for the constellation secret (also in Majora's Mask).
    
    Jetta for correcting the location of Heart Piece #6 and the method of
    collecting HP #12 in the HP section.
    
    Daniel for adding info on Fire & Ice Arrows upgrade under Great Fairies.
    
    David for correcting the location of Nintendo Gallery.
    
    Qiaoyunfeiwx for the jump attack/spin attack sword move secret.
    
    Tomas for correcting use of water for bomb plants in items section.
    
    Paul for Luigi's Mansion, edge rolling, saving, Ganon's smiley face & 
    grappling hook secrets.
    
    Richard for the Ganon strategy with the Hurricane Spin & Joy Pendant
    collecting strategy.
    
    Mara for clarifying directions for switches in Ganon's Tower.
    
    
    Thanks to:
    
    Dennis at SuperCheats.com
    Leo at Neoseeker.com
    Tyler at Gamesradar.com and Cheatplanet.com
    Blake at Gamerevolution.com
    Marcel at Cheatingdome.com
    Kuponut.com
    Chris at CheatHappens.com
    Steve at CheatCodes.com
    Justin at MyCheats.com
    Kris at Vgnerd.com
    Eelco at ChapterCheats.com
    Josh at GameSages
    
    ...for posting my walkthroughs.
    
    Thanks to the following for their questions under FAQs:
    
    ej millan
    Joey Charpentier
    dylan benge
    Shadowpaws2003
    James
    Paul B.
    Saraahh
    Celina
    Sammie
    AlphaFemWolf
    Alex Dinsmore
    Sarah Laninga
    Cindy Feng
    Larry Wetzel
    Megan X
    Eddie
    Tawny
    Chris
    Rebecca
    Terrence
    Julie
     
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    Contacting Me...
    
    Please do.  I can really only be reached by e-mail at
    mlynch2[at]rogers.com.  Remove the brackets & change at to @ before 
    sending (or keep them there if you like to get Mailer-Daemons...
    freakazoid).  The brackets and "at" are there only to avoid additional 
    spam e-mail.  I get enough of those already as it is.
    
    **A REPLY MAY TAKE UP TO 1 WEEK**
    
    E-mail me with additional information, secrets, errors within my
    walkthrough or checklists, to share game anecdotes, shoot the breeze,
    etc.  If you need additional help with the game, please keep e-mails
    as detailed as possible.  Any e-mails with @&*&@&* excessive profanity, 
    speling erors (thats a jok btw), 2 manE shrt frms lk ths, eMaILs tYpEd 
    lIkE tHiS, or otherwise unreadable e-mails will be promptly deleted.
    
    **PLEASE SEE VERSION 1.0, OCTOBER 6, 2007, REGARDING E-MAILS SEND
    BETWEEN OCTOBER 1-6**
    
    Any additions to this walkthrough will be credited to you, faithful
    reader, in the Thank-You section.  I look forward to the sleepless
    nights reading your messages by the light of the moon...he he he.
    
    
    
                                      **THE END**
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    ....hoo, boy, here we go again.....
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    ...way too much time on my hands to be making these crazy 
    scroll jokes...
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    ...yup, super-de-duperly bored....
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    ...la-dee-dah, la-dee-dah....
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    ....what do you want, show tunes?  magic tricks?
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    ...make me disappear?
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    ...all right, you got it...
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    ...*POOF*
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    ...sorry for the recycled joke from Twilight Princess
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    ...My bad :oP

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