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    LEGEND OF ZELDA: ORACLE OF AGES- Items Guide
    Console: Gameboy Color/Advance
    Version: 1.0
    Start Date: Saturday, September 11, 2004
    End Date: Thursday, September 16, 2004
    Author: Scott "ScottThang" Millard
    E-mail: ScottThang@aol.com
    
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    Version History
    
    1.0-	Welcome. Updates to come.
    
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    Table of Contents
    
    1.	Introduction
    2.	Weapons
    3.	Key Items
    4.	Trade Sequence
    5.	Rings
    6.	Link Game Items/Upgrades
    7.	Heart Pieces
    8. Expansions
    9. Copyright/Contact Info
    10. Authorized Sites
    11. Loser List
    12. Special Thanks
    13. End
    
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    1. Introduction
    
    Welcome to my Items Guide for Oracle of Ages. I have had this game for 
    a few years now. Only recently have I decided to write a FAQ for this 
    game. I have a walkthrough coming up for this game and mirror FAQs for 
    Oracle of Seasons coming up.
    
    Enjoy the FAQ.
    
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    2. Weapons
    
    This list is of the items you find on the first screen of the start 
    menu. I shall list them in the order that you receive them. The words 
    in parentheses don't actually appear on the start menu. 
    
    Weapon Name: Wooden Sword (Level 1)
    Location: Receive from Impa after introductions.
    Use: destroys enemies with a swipe or 2. Make take as many as 5 hits to 
    destroy an enemy (the Blue Darknuts).
    
    Weapon Name: Shovel
    Location: Ambi's Tower (first visit)
    Use: dig up piles of dirt or dig into the ground to find random things 
    from as dangerous as enemies to as useful as Giant Blue Rupees (worth 
    200 Rupees).
    
    Name: Wooden Shield
    Location: Shop in Lynna City for 30 Rupees/Random Deku Scrubs
    Use: block certain attacks, short and simple.
    
    Name: Seed Satchel
    Location: Maku Tree after saving her.
    Use: hold seeds. There are five types of seeds.
    
    1.	Ember Seeds- used to burn stuff.
    2.	Mystery Seeds- has mysterious effects.
    3.	Scent Seeds- attracts enemies.
    4.	Gale Seeds- teleports you to previously seen Seed Trees.
    5.	Pegasus Seeds- speeds up your movement.
    
    Name: Power Bracelet
    Location: Dungeon 1- Spirit's Grave
    Use: lift heavy objects such as rocks and pots. It can also be used to 
    pull stuff that can unlock other areas.
    
    Name: Harp of Ages
    Location: Nayru's House
    Use: play one of three different songs.
    
    Song 1- Tune of Echoes
    Location: comes with Harp.
    Use: awaken sleeping time portals.
    
    Song 2- Tune of Currents
    Location: Hidden home on Talus Peak.
    Use: warp from the past to the present.
    
    Song 3- Tune of Ages
    Location: given to you by Nayru after saving her (after sixth dungeon).
    Use: warp form the past to the present and vice versa.
    
    Name: Bombs
    Location: Given to you by Ambi in her castle after giving her Mystery 
    Seeds.
    Use: blow stuff up unlocking certain area.
    
    Name: Roc's Feather
    Location: Dungeon 2- Wing Dungeon
    Use: jump over stuff including holes and other traps.
    
    Name: Seed Shooter
    Location: Dungeon 3- Moonlit Grotto
    Use: Allows you to shoot seeds from your seed satchel. The seeds can 
    ricochet. You can point it in any of the eight main directions.
    
    Name: Switch Hook
    Location: Dungeon 4- Skull Dungeon
    Use: switch spots with certain items.
    
    Name: Cane of Somaria
    Location: Dungeon 5- Crown Dungeon
    Use: form of block of magic. Can be used to press a switch, block the 
    movement of stuff, and other things.
    
    Name: Boomerang
    Location: Goron Target game on Rolling Ridge.
    Use: paralyze certain enemies (can destroy very few).
    
    Name: Long Switch Hook
    Location: Dungeon 7- Jabu-Jabu's Belly
    Use: switch with objects at great differences.
    
    Name: Power Gloves
    Location: Dungeon 8- Ancient Tomb
    Use: lift very heavy objects.
    
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    3. Key Items
    
    Name: Flippers
    Location: Cheval's Grave (Yoll Graveyard)
    Use: allows you to swim in shallow water.
    
    Name: Mermaid's Suit
    Location: Dungeon 6- Mermaid's Cave
    Use: allows you to swim underwater, in dark water, and on the ocean.
    
    Name: Magic Potion
    Location: Maple or Syrup
    Use: when you fall after losing all of your hearts, this potion heals 
    you completely.
    
    Name: Maku Seed
    Location: Maku Tree after obtaining all 8 Essences of Time.
    Use: get to the very top of the Black Tower.
    
    Name: Gasha Seed
    Location: everywhere
    Use: plant in soft soil to grow Gasha Trees.
    
    Name: Graveyard Key
    Location: cave under tree in Yoll Graveyard.
    Use: unlock second half of Yoll Graveyard.
    
    Name: Cheval's Rope
    Location: Cheval's Grave
    Use: give to Rafton to make him build the raft to take you to crescent 
    Island. 
    
    Name: Ricky's Gloves
    Location: pile of dirt near tree on the beach near where you found 
    Ricky.
    Use: give to Ricky so that he will giver you a lift.
    
    Name: Island Chart
    Location: Tingle
    Use: make Rafton allow you to use his raft to reach Crescent Island.
    
    Name: Cracked Tuni Nut
    Location: one of the girls in the center house of Symmetry City (Past).
    Use: take it to Patch on Restoration Wall to get it fixed.
    
    Name: Tuni Nut
    Location: fixed by Patch after his tra...er...ceremony.
    Use: deliver it back to center house in Symmetry City.
    
    Name: Bomb Flower
    Location: given by Great Moblin after crashing his keep.
    Use: blow up giant rock to free the Goron Elder (past).
    
    Name: Crown Key
    Location: given to you by Goron Elder after freeing him.
    Use: open Dungeon 5- Crown Dungeon.
    
    Name: Brother Emblem
    Location: Goron Dance in the Present.
    Use: get to the top of Rolling Ridge.
    
    Name: Slate (x 1, 2, 3, or 4)
    Location: Dungeon 8- Ancient Tomb.
    Use: open the path to Ramrock in the dungeon.
    
    Name: Rock Sirloin
    Location: Goron Cart game on Rolling Ridge.
    Use: give it to Goron in Dance Hall (Present)
    
    Name: Goron Vase
    Location: give Rock Sirloin to the Goron in the Dance Hall.
    Use: give it to the same Goron, only in the past.
    
    Name: Goronade
    Location: Goron that you give the vase to.
    Use: give it to Bomb Game Goron to compete in his game.
    
    Name: Old Mermaid Key
    Location: Goron Bomb Game
    Use: open the present form of the Mermaid's Cave.
    
    Name: Lava Juice
    Location: Goron Target Game
    Use: use with the Old Mermaid Key to get the Letter of Introduction.
    
    Name: Letter of Introduction
    Location: Goron near top of Rolling Ridge (show him the Lava Juice and 
    the Old Mermaid Key).
    Use: give to the Goron Dancing Master in the Past.
    
    Name: Mermaid Key
    Location: Goron Dancing Master (give him the Letter of Introduction).
    Use: open the past form of the Mermaid's Cave.
    
    Name: Library Key
    Location: Present form of King Zora (save his life in the past with the 
    Magic Potion).
    Use: open the Library in the past.
    
    Name: Book of Seals
    Location: Library in the present after talking to the Queen Fairy.
    Use: unveil a path in the past library to the Fairy Powder.
    
    Name: Fairy Powder
    Location: end of invisible path in the past form of the library.
    Use: change the Queen Fairy back to her normal form.
    
    Name: Zora Scale
    Location: given by Zora after beating Dungeon 7- Jabu-Jabu's Belly.
    Use: open path to Sea of Storms (past in normal games, present in 
    Linked games).
    
    Name: Tokay Eyeball
    Location: Pirate Ship in Sea of Storms
    Use: open cave on Crescent Island leading to Sea of no Return.
    
    Name: Rings (x any number from to 99)
    Location: everywhere
    Use: get them appraised at Vasu's Jewelers.
    
    Name: Ring Box (Level 1)
    Location: Vasu during first meeting.
    Use: hold one ring.
    
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    4. Trade Sequence
    
    One of the pride and joys of the Zelda series, the Trade Sequence, is 
    back. I will mention everything you need to know on how to get the 
    item.
    
    TS Item 1- Poe Clock
    When you can get it: after Dungeon 1- Spirit's Grave
    How to get it: Start from the first dungeon. Go up one space and left 
    one space. There is a Ghini is a lamp there. Lift the rock and talk to 
    him. He goes into his grave. Push the tombstone back and go down the 
    stairs. Talk to him and he goes up above the ground. Follow him. Talk 
    to him one final time and he gives you the Poe Clock.
    
    TS Item 2- Stationary
    When you can get it: after obtaining the Harp of Ages
    How to get it: You start by going back to the past. Go to the same 
    space as where the mayor's house is in the present. There is a Postman 
    there. Talk to him and he says that he has no way of keeping track of 
    time. He notices your Poe Clock and wants it. He leaves and gives you 
    the Stationary.
    
    TS Item 3- Stink Bag
    When you can get it: after obtaining the Stationary
    How to get it: From the Post Office where you got the Stationary, go 
    left all the way to the end enter the house. There is a hole with a 
    hand in it (the hole is a toilet). Talk to him and he wants some paper 
    to wipe himself with. He wants your Stationary. Give it to him and he 
    gives you the Stink Bag.
    
    TS Item 4- Tasty Meat
    When you can get it: after retrieving the Harp of Ages on Crescent 
    Island.
    How to get it: After obtaining the Harp, go to the space on the right 
    side of the island where there is a time portal. Play the Hap to return 
    to the present. Go down one space and enter the building. There is a 
    Tokay in there with a stuffy nose. Link rips the bag open and the Tokay 
    sniffs it. After he bounces around the room, he realizes that his 
    stuffiness is gone and he gives you the Tasty Meat.
    
    TS Item 5- Doggy Mask
    When you can get it: after returning to the mainland after beating the 
    Third Dungeon.
    How to get it: After hitting land after riding on Dimitri, return to 
    Lynna City. Exit the town through the left side and enter the Nuun 
    Highlands. Go up the stairs and then up and left one space. Enter the 
    shop. Talk to the man in there. He is extremely hungry. He wants your 
    Tasty Meta. Give it to him. When he realizes that you want something in 
    return, he reluctantly gives you the Doggy Mask.
    
    TS Item 6- Dumbbell
    When you can get it: after getting the Doggy Mask.
    How to get it: go to the house next to the entrance to the Black Tower. 
    Talk to the lady in there. She says that she has the best dog in town. 
    But then she says that her dog is also very shy. She says that she 
    wants your Doggy Mask. In return, she gives you a Dumbbell (hey, why 
    only one?).
    
    TS Item 7- Cheesy Mustache
    When you can get it: once you reach Symmetry City.
    How to get it: Once you reach Symmetry City for the first time, go to 
    the past. Go inside the building and down the stairs. Talk to the man. 
    He just keeps on saying left and right. He is fixated on your Dumbbell. 
    Give it to him and he gives you the Cheesy Mustache, and then begins to 
    say "Get the girls, get the girls".
    
    TS Item 8- Funny Joke
    When you can get it: right after getting the Cheesy Mustache
    How to get it: first, return to the present. Then, use a Gale Seed to 
    return the South Shore Ember Tree. Go up two space and then over to the 
    guy with the cape standing next to the girl. Talk to the guy and he 
    says that he wants your Cheesy Mustache. He then gives you the Funny 
    Joke.
    
    TS Item 9- Touching Book
    When you can get it: right after getting the Funny Joke
    How to get it: Go up to the Maku Tree and return to the past. Now go to 
    the space where you gave the man the Cheesy Mustache, only in the past. 
    Go into the house. It is very dark. Talk to the kid and Link begins to 
    tell him the Funny Joke (what on earth is Link doing to himself?). The 
    kid, who is normally very dark, begins to laugh. He then decides to 
    give you one book in his collection. He chooses the Touching Book.
    
    TS Item 10- Magical Oar
    When you can get it: right after getting the Touching Book
    How to get it: this one is a little more difficult. Go around 
    destroying many enemies. After you destroy enough, one of the areas 
    with enemies will be empty and Maple starts flying by. Bump into her 
    and instead of both of your guys' items flying out, only the Touching 
    Book comes out. Maple picks it up, starts to read it, and then gets all 
    depressed. She then goes on to give you the Magical Oar, and then flies 
    off.
    
    TS Item 11- Sea Ukulele
    When you can get it: right after getting the Magical Oar.
    How to get it: starting from the space in the past with the Lynna 
    Village Target Game, go down one space, left one space, down one space, 
    over the bridge, and then go all the way down to Rafton's House. Go in. 
    Go over one space (while inside) and talk to Rafton. He says that he 
    wants to compete in a rafting contest, but he doesn't have a decent oar 
    to row with. Naturally, he wants your Magical Oar. Give it to him and, 
    in return, he gives you the Sea Ukulele.
    
    TS Item 12- Broken Sword
    When you can get it: right after beating Dungeon 4- Skull Dungeon
    How to get it: starting from the fourth dungeon, use a gale seed and 
    warp to the South Shore Ember Tree. Go up to the space next to the Maku 
    Tree and return to the past. Go right one space (using the path with 
    the holes). Go down one space now and you should see a huge hole. Use 
    your Switch Hook to switch with the diamond on the other side. Go down 
    one space now and enter the cave. Talk to the old Zora. He says that he 
    longs for the sound of the sea. Give him the Sea Ukulele. For giving 
    him the ukulele, he gives you the Broken Sword. Only one step to go!
    
    Final TS Item- the Noble Sword
    When you can get it: right after getting the Broken Sword
    How to get it: start from the center house in Symmetry City in the 
    past. Go left one space, down one space, left two spaces, and play the 
    Tune of Currents on the bottom-left corner to go to the present. Now go 
    down one screen, right one screen, down one screen, left one screen, 
    down one screen, and right one screen. Climb up the vines (you moved 
    them to the right side of the space when you went to get the Tuni Nut 
    repaired. If you waited and you have the Tune of Ages, you can play it 
    now, and go right one space, down one space, and then right one space. 
    If not, go right one space, up two spaces, left one space, and down one 
    space to find a time portal to return you to the past. Now go to where 
    I directed people with the Tune of Ages to go. Go up one space and 
    start climbing Restoration Wall. As you reach the top, enter the door. 
    Talk to Patch and he will want you to try out his tra...er...ceremony 
    to get the Broken Sword repaired. Follow him downstairs. Talk to him to 
    get the game started. When you went to get the Tuni Nut fixed, you just 
    had to get 4 squid guys in the holes. Now you have to get eight in 
    (with 4 maximum on the field at one time). A good ides at the start is 
    to fend them off while stepping on the switch. Once the cart finishes 
    its first lap, start trying to knock them into the holes. Every time 
    you knock one into a hole, another one appears until you have gotten 
    four in the hole. At this point, just step on the switch once the cart 
    starts coming near the sword. If it hits the sword, you have to start 
    over. Once you get all eight in, you win. Patch then gives you the 
    grand prize, the Noble Sword! Yipee! Now this trade sequence is 
    finished!
    
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    6.	Rings
    
    There are many rings.
    
    Ring 1- Friendship Ring
    Location: Vasu right after obtaining the Ring Box
    Effect: none.
    
    Ring 2- Power Ring Lv. 1
    Location: Dungeon 1- Spirit's Grave
    Effect: raises power a little but also decreases defense a little.
    
    Ring 3- Power Ring Lv. 2
    Location: Maple or Gasha Nuts/Crescent Island
    Effect: raises power but also decreases defense.
    
    Ring 4- Power Ring Lv. 3
    Location: Not in Oracle of Ages.
    Effect: raises power a lot but also decreases defense a lot
    
    Ring 5- Armor Ring Lv. 1
    Location: Cave behind the hole under the Moblin's Keep.
    Effect: raises defense a little but also decreases power a little.
    
    Ring 6- Armor Ring Lv. 2
    Location: Not in Oracle of Ages
    Effect: raises defense but also decreases power.
    
    Ring 7- Armor Ring Lv. 3
    Location: Hero's Cave (Linked Games only)
    Effect: raises defense a lot but also decreases power a lot.
    
    Ring 8- Red Ring
    Location: not in Oracle of Ages
    Effect: doubles the power of your sword.
    
    Ring 9- Blue Ring
    Location: Sea of no Return (beat the Eighth Temple first)
    Effect: doubles your defense.
    
    Ring 10- Green Ring
    Location: Maple/Gasha Nut
    Effect: raises attack a little and also raises defense a little.
    
    Ring 11- Cursed Ring
    Location: Maple/Gasha Nut
    Effect: halves your attack power and defense.
    
    Ring 12- Expert's Ring
    Location: Maple/Gasha Nut
    Effect: when you have no items equipped; press A or B to punch.
    
    Ring 13- Blast Ring
    Location: not in Oracle of Ages
    Effect: raises the power of your bombs.
    
    Ring 14- Rang Ring Lv. 1
    Location: Not in Oracle of Ages
    Effect: raises the power of your Boomerang a little.
    
    Ring 15- GBA Time Ring
    Location: Advance Shop (you must be playing a Gameboy advance to get 
    it)
    Effect: no effect.
    
    Ring 16- Maple's Ring
    Location: Maple/Gasha Nut
    Effect: allows you to encounter Maple more often.
    
    Ring 17- Steadfast Ring
    Location: not in Oracle of Ages
    Effect: makes it so you are knocked back less.
    
    Ring 18- Pegasus Ring
    Location: Sea of Storms (Past in normal games, present in linked games)
    Effect: lengthens the effect of Pegasus Seeds.
    
    Ring 19- Toss Ring
    Location: Maple/Gasha But, Bomb Game
    Effect: ups the distance of your throws.
    
    Ring 20- Heart Ring Lv. 1
    Location: not in Oracle of Ages
    Effect: slowly heals you (very slowly).
    
    Ring 21- Heart Ring Lv. 2
    Location: Maple/Gasha Nut
    Effect: recovers hearts (moderate speed).
    
    Ring 22- Swimmer's Ring
    Location: not in Oracle of Ages
    Effect: speeds up your swimming a bit.
    
    Ring 23- Charge Ring
    Location: Maple/Gasha Nut
    Effect: speeds up the Spin Attack loading process.
    
    Ring 24- Light Ring Lv. 1
    Location: Nuun Highlands
    Effect: Allows you to fire beams out of your sword with two or less 
    hearts taken away, instead of the normal perfect health.
    
    Ring 25- Light Ring Lv. 2
    Location: Target Game in Lynna City
    Effect: Allows you to fire beams out of your sword with three or less 
    hearts taken away, instead of the normal perfect health.
    
    Ring 26- Bomber's Ring
    Location: Goron Dancing Hall
    Effect: Allows you to set two bombs down at once.
    
    Ring 27- Green Luck Ring
    Location: Crescent Island, Mayor Plen's House
    Effect: you take half damage from traps.
    
    Ring 28- Blue Luck Ring
    Location: Maple/Gasha Nut
    Effect: you take half damage from beams.
    
    Ring 29- Gold Luck Ring
    Location: Queen Ambi's Palace (inside)
    Effect: you take half damage from falling down endless holes.
    
    Ring 30- Red Luck Ring
    Location: Maple/Gasha Nut
    Effect: you take half damage from spiked ground.
    
    Ring 31- Green Holy Ring
    Location: Fairies' Woods, Goron Dancing Hall, Zora Sea, Maple/Gasha Nut
    Effect: you take no damage from electricity.
    
    Ring 32- Blue Holy Ring
    Location: Maple/Gasha Nut
    Effect: you take no damage from attacks from Zora attacks.
    
    Ring 33- Red Holy Ring
    Location: Zora Sea, Maple/Gasha Nut
    Effect: take no damage from rocks.
    
    Ring 34- Snowshoe Ring
    Location: Mamamu Yan Secret
    Effect: makes it so that you don't slide on ice.
    
    Ring 35- Roc's Ring
    Location: Maple/Gasha Nut
    Effect: makes it so that cracked floors don't crumble under you.
    
    Ring 36- Quicksand Ring
    Location: Maple/Gasha Ring
    Effect: makes it so that you don't fall in quicksand.
    
    Ring 37- Red Joy Ring
    Location: Maple/Gasha Nut
    Effect: makes it so that monsters you destroy drop double rupees.
    
    Ring 38- Blue Joy Ring
    Location: save Zelda (Linked Game only).
    Effect: makes it so that monsters you destroy drop double hearts.
    
    Ring 39- Gold Joy Ring
    Location: Rolling Ridge
    Effect: makes it so that monsters you destroy drop double items.
    
    Ring 40- Green Joy Ring
    Location: not in Oracle of Ages
    Effect: makes it so that monsters you destroy drop double Ore Chunks 
    (now you see why it's unavailable in Oracle of Ages).
    
    Ring 41- Discovery Ring
    Location: Dungeon 1- Spirit's Grave
    Effect: allows you to sense if you are in an area with soft soil.
    
    Ring 42- Rang Ring Lv. 2
    Location: Maple/Gasha Nut
    Effect: increases the power of your Boomerang
    
    Ring 43- Octo Ring
    Location: Maple/Gasha Nut
    Effect: makes you become an Octorok.
    
    Ring 44- Moblin Ring
    Location: Maple/Gasha Nut
    Effect: makes you become a Moblin.
    
    Ring 45- Like-Like Ring
    Location: Maple/Gasha Nut, Dungeon 7- Jabu Jabu's Belly.
    Effect: makes you become a Like-Like
    
    Ring 46- Subrosian Ring
    Location: not in Oracle of Ages
    Effect: makes you become a Subrosian.
    
    Ring 47- First Gen Ring
    Location: Maple/Gasha Nut
    Effect: makes you become...something.
    
    Ring 48- Spin Ring
    Location: Mayor Plen Secret (Link game only)
    Effect: doubles your Spin Attack.
    
    Ring 49- Bombproof Ring
    Location: Goron Dancing Hall, Maple/Gasha Nut
    Effect: makes it so that your bomb don't hurt you.
    
    Ring 50- Energy Ring
    Location: Maple/Gasha Nut
    Effect: turns your spin attacks into beams.
    
    Ring 51- Dbl. Edge Ring
    Location: Maple/Gasha Nut
    Effect: increases your sword power, but hurts you when you attack.
    
    Ring 52- GBA Nature Ring
    Location: not in Oracle of Ages
    Effect: no effect.
    
    Ring 53- Slayer's Ring
    Location: Given to you by Vasu after you destroy 1000 enemies
    Effect: no effect.
    
    Ring 54- Rupee Ring
    Location: given to you by Vasu after you collect 10,000 Rupees
    Effect: no effect.
    
    Ring 55- Victory Ring
    Location: start a Hero's Secret Game (beat Ganon for the code).
    Effect: no effect.
    
    Ring 56- Sign Ring
    Location: not in Oracle of Ages
    Effect: no effect.
    
    Ring 57- 100th Ring
    Location: given to you by Vasy after he appraises 100 Rings.
    Effect: no effect.
    
    Ring 58- Whisp Ring
    Location: Maple/Gasha Nut
    Effect: makes you invulnerable to jinxes.
    
    Ring 59- Gasha Ring
    Location: Maple/Gasha Nut
    Effect: grows Great Gasha Trees.
    
    Ring 60- Peace Ring
    Location: Maple/Gasha Nut
    Effect: bombs don't explode in your hands.
    
    Ring 61- Zora Ring
    Location: Maple/Gasha Nut
    Effect: go underwater without being forced to come up.
    
    Ring 62- Fist Ring
    Location: Maple/Gasha Nut
    Effect: same as Expert's Ring.
    
    Ring 63- Whimsical Ring
    Location: Goron Dancing Hall, Maple/Gasha Nut
    Effect: lowers your attack power.
    
    Ring 64- Protection Ring
    Location: Goron Dancing Game, Maple/Gasha Nut
    Effect: makes it so you lose 1 heart every time you get hit.
    
    That's it, all 64 rings.
    
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    6. Link Game Items/Upgrades
    
    There are multiple items that you can only get in a Linked Game.
    
    Name: Master Sword (upgrade of Noble Sword)
    Location: Clockshop Secret
    Use: destroy certain enemies.
    
    Name: Mirror Shield
    Location: Smithy Secret
    Use: block certain attacks.
    
    Name: Bomb Upgrade
    Location: Pirate Secret
    Use: carry 50 bombs.
    
    Name: Seed Upgrade
    Location: Deku Secret
    Use: carry 99 of each seed.
    
    Name: Ring Box Lv. 3
    Location: Ruul Secret
    Use: carry 5 rings at a time.
    
    Name: Extra Heart Container
    Location: Graveyard Secret
    Use: gain an extra Heart Container.
    
    Name: Biggoron Sword
    Location: Biggoron Secret
    Use: lay a large slash on enemies.
    
    Name: Bombchus
    Location: Subrosian Secret
    Use: tracks onto the nearest enemy and explodes with the force of a 
    bomb.
    
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    7. Heart Pieces
    
    There are a total of only 12 pieces of heart (meaning a total of three 
    heart containers. Combined with the three hearts you start with and the 
    8 hearts you gain in the dungeon, you max out at 14 hearts at the end 
    of the game. However, if you beat the game and use the Link Game Code 
    to start a Link Game on Oracle of Seasons, you can use a code you got 
    from their to get a Heart Container here and on the Seasons game, 
    making 15 Hearts (the hearts shorten to fit in the new heart). In a 
    Link Game, you start with 4 Hearts and you still can get one through 
    the secret (Graveyard Secret). Along with the normal 14, that makes 16 
    Hearts.
    
    Here are all 12 Heart Pieces-
    
    Heart Piece 1-
    Location: Black Tower (Vicinity) (Past)
    What you need to get it: Shovel
    How to get it: once you get the Shovel, there is space just below the 
    actual tower with a Heart Piece there. Dig up the piles of dirt to 
    reach it.
    
    Heart Piece 2-
    Location: Maku Path (Past)
    What you need to get it: nothing
    How to get it: after opening the door in the room with the button 
    surrounded by blocks, go up. There is a Heart Piece there within four 
    blocks. Push the one on the very left upward and then push the one to 
    the right of that one to the left to get to the Piece of Heart.
    
    Heart Piece 3-
    Location: Yoll Graveyard (Present)
    What you need to get it: Power Bracelet
    How to get it: from the Spirit's Grave, go up three spaces, left one 
    space, down two spaces, left one space, and down one space. Lift up the 
    rock over on the small island to reach the third Heart Piece.
    
    Heart Piece 4-
    Location: Deku Forest (Past)
    What you need to get it: Ember Seeds
    How to get it: go to the very bottom-left space of the Deku Forest. Go 
    right one space and burn down the weird tree. Go down the cave. Follow 
    the path (don't jump down the ledge). As you reach the end, you should 
    find the fourth Heart Piece, making an entire Heart Container.
    
    Heart Piece 5-
    Location: Talus Peak (Past)
    What you need to get it: Roc's Feather/Power Bracelet
    How to get it: starting from the second dungeon, go right, up, left, 
    and then up three spaces. There is a cave there. In side, you can see a 
    Heart Piece practically asking you to grab it. Hop over holes and pick 
    up pots and reach the Heart Piece at the end (that makes one piece on 
    the new container).
    
    Heart Piece 6-
    Location: Talus Peak (Present)
    What you need to get it: Harp of Ages (with Tune of Currents equipped)
    How to get it: starting from the hidden house on Talus Peak (where you 
    got the Tune of Currents) in the past. Go down one space. Either 
    destroy the Darknuts or avoid them and go to the bottom left corner of 
    the space. Play the Tune of Currents to return to the present with the 
    Heart Piece next to you.
    
    Heart Piece 7-
    Location: Lynna City (Present)
    What you need to get it: Tune of Currents
    How to get it: in Lynna City in the past, go to the screen where the 
    shop is in the present (don't go to the present yet). Stand against the 
    top of the outgrowth of trees and go to the left end (staying above the 
    trees). Play the Tune of Echoes and return to the present. You are on a 
    small path leading to a different door to the shop. Go in and up top 
    the stairs and you should see a hidden shop. Here, you can buy Gasha 
    Seeds, the Ring Box Lv. 2, and the Heart Piece! But the heart and pay a 
    whopping 500 Rupees.
    
    Heart Piece 8-
    Location: Rolling Ridge (Present)
    What you need to get it: Bombs
    How to get it: you can do this anytime around the battle against the 
    Great Moblin. Go over to the space where the Pegasus Seeds were in the 
    Past (you need to be in the present right now). Go down to the cave on 
    the bottom of this uprising of rocks. Go over to the darker part of the 
    wall (next to the Goron). Bomb it and enter. There is another Heart 
    Piece, which makes eight, which makes a new Heart Container!
    
    Heart Piece 9-
    Location: Rolling Ridge (Present)
    What you need to get it: Tune of Currents
    How to get it: you need to be in the past to do this. From the ground 
    near the Goron Dance, go through the door to the left of the Mermaid's 
    Cave. As you make it up to the top, exit the cave. Go one space to the 
    right and play the Tune of Currents on the right wall to return to the 
    present. Collect the Heart Piece near you.
    
    Heart Piece 10-
    Location: Crescent Island (Present)
    What you need to get it: Mermaid's Suit
    How to get it: start from the northwest corner of Crescent Island. Go 
    into the water and dive. Go to the right while on the top wall. Soon 
    enough, you should see a crevice in the wall. Follow it in. Inside is a 
    maze. Watch out for whirlpools. At the end of the maze is a cave. 
    Inside the cave is a chest. Open it for a Piece of Heart.
    
    Heart Piece 11-
    Location: Maple (anytime)
    What you need to get it: luck and patience
    How to get it: for every few dozen enemies that you destroy, Maple 
    appears in a specific location. She drops multiple things, including 
    Rings, Gasha Nuts, Potions, Rupees, Hearts, Bombs, Seeds, and even 
    Heart Pieces! After a long time, she may finally drop a Heart Piece. 
    Pick it up. Please note that you can only get one heart piece from her 
    per file.
    
    Heart Piece 12-
    Location: Gasha Nuts (anytime)
    What you need to get it: luck and patience
    How to get it: When you plant a Gasha Seed, a Gasha Tree grows. The 
    Gasha Trees spurt nuts that hold valuable items, even Heart Pieces! 
    Once you collect this heart piece, you get the third heart container. 
    This is also the last Heart Piece, which finishes off this section.
    
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    8. Expansions
    
    There are expansions for most items in this game.
    
    Name: Noble Sword
    Location: Restoration Wall
    When you can get it: after the fourth dungeon.
    How to get it: see Trade Sequence for more information.
    
    Name: Master Sword
    Location: Farore inside Maku Tree
    When you can get it: after getting the Noble Sword
    How to get it: see Link Game Items/Upgrades section for more 
    information.
    
    Name: Iron Shield
    Location: Crescent Island (Past)
    When you can get it: after getting the Mermaid's Suit
    How to get it: starting from the northwest corner of Crescent Island, 
    go up, left, and down until you see a small crevice. Follow it to the 
    end. Dive down to pass the wall. Come up to reach the cave. Follow the 
    bold path to a Tokay with a Red Shield. He says that he picked it up a 
    while ago and the owner never got it back. He decides to give it to 
    you. If I am correct, this must be the shield stolen from you way back 
    during the time you got all of your items taken when you first reached 
    Crescent Island.
    
    Name: Mirror Shield
    Location: Farore inside the Maku Tree
    When you can get it: after getting the Iron Shield
    How to get it: see Link Game Items/Upgrades section for more 
    information.
    
    
    Name: 50 Seeds
    Location: South Shore (Present)
    When you can get it: after returning to land after the third dungeon
    How to get it: after saving Dimitri and letting him return you to the 
    Southern Shore, go to the rightmost part of it. Go up one space and 
    enter the cave. Stand at the top and aim a seed from your Seed Shooter 
    in the upper-left direction to hit the orb to reveal the path. Follow 
    it to the stairs to come to the part with Tingle. Jump up and slash his 
    balloon. Talk to him and he upgrades your Seed Satchel so that it can 
    hold 50 Seeds.
    
    Name: 99 Seeds
    Location: Farore inside Maku Tree
    When you can get it: after obtaining the 50 Seed Upgrade
    How to get it: see Link Game Items/Upgrades section for more 
    information.
    
    Name: 30 Bombs
    Location: Talus Peak (Present)
    When you can get it: on your way to Restoration Wall for the first time
    How to get it: After moving the water flow to the right and planting 
    the seedling on the left wall, climb up the vines in the present and go 
    over to the fountain. Throw a bomb in and a Fairy will appear. She asks 
    if you threw a Gold Bomb, a Silver Bomb, or a Regular Bomb. Choose 
    "Regular Bomb" and she upgrades your bombs so that you can hold 30.
    
    Name: 50 Bombs
    Location: Farore in the Maku Tree
    When you can get it: after getting the 50 Bomb upgrade
    How to get it: see Link Game Items/Upgrades section for more 
    information.
    
    Name: Ring Box Lv. 2
    Location: Underground Shop (Present)
    When you can get it: after getting the Tune of Currents
    How to get it: starting from the Ember Tree in South Lynna in the pas, 
    enter Lynna Village. Go to the very top-left part of the outgrowth of 
    trees. Play the Tune of Currents to return to the present. Go into the 
    door and go down to the basement. Buy the Ring Box Lv. 2 there for 300 
    Rupees.
    
    Name: Ring Box Lv. 3
    Location: Farore in the Maku Tree
    When you can get it: after getting the Ring Box Lv. 2
    How to get it: see Link Game Items/Upgrades section for more 
    information.
    
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    9. Copyright/Contact Info
    
    This FAQ is copyright 2003-2004 Scott Millard. This FAQ shall and will 
    not be posted on any websites without my permission. Doing so will 
    resort in a whole bunch of legal mumbo jumbo. If you do, expect your 
    name on a list called "Loser list". In order to post it, you must ask 
    for my permission. Just e-mail me at my e-mail address shown at the 
    beginning of this FAQ. But if you don't know where it is, it is 
    ScottThang@ aol.com
    
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    Cheatcc.com is not allowed to use my FAQ under any circumstances.
    
    There is no reason to copy this FAQ without my permission. You have 
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    12. Special Thanks
    
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    CjayC- owner of GameFAQs, who is the original site to show this FAQ.
    
    You- for reading this
    
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    13. End
    
    Well, as this FAQ comes to an end, I would like to thank who have read 
    this. For those of you who are wondering where the Frequently Asked 
    Questions section is, it will be posted once I get an actual question. 
    If you want to see more of me, here are all of the FAQs I have up and 
    the ones coming up.
    
    Metroid Prime (currently in progress)
    Metroid Fusion (currently in progress)
    Pokemon Red/Blue (currently in progress)
    Pokemon Crystal (currently in progress)
    Pokemon Fire Red/Leaf Green (once I get it and beat it once)
    Pokemon Emerald (whenever it is to be released in America)
    Pokemon Ruby/Sapphire (another one)
    Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages (currently in progress (another one))
    Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons (once I complete the one above this)
    
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