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                             LEGEND OF ZELDA: MAJORA'S MASK
                                    FAQ & Walkthrough
                                   By:  nintendo_girl21
                            Copyright (c) Megan Lynch, 2007-...
                                  mlynch2[at]rogers.com
        
                        **PLEASE NOTE CHANGE IN E-MAIL ADDRESS**
    
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    [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]  Time Management
           [Z3.4]  Decoding My Directions
    [Z4]   Basic Controls & Actions
           [Z4.1]  Link's Basic Actions
           [Z4.2]  Deku Link
           [Z4.3]  Goron Link
           [Z4.4]  Zora Link
    [Z5]   Items, Weapons & Upgrades
           [Z5.1]  Important Items
           [Z5.2]  Weapons & Upgrades
    [Z6]   Walkthrough
           [Z6.1]  Clock Town
           [Z6.2]  Southern Swamp & Deku Palace
           [Z6.3]  Woodfall Temple
           [Z6.4]  Mountain Village
           [Z6.5]  Snowhead Temple
           [Z6.6]  Romani Ranch
           [Z6.7]  Great Bay Coast, Zora Hall & Cape
           [Z6.8]  Gerudo Lagoon
           [Z6.9]  Great Bay Temple
           [Z6.10] Ikana Graveyard, Ruins & Valley
           [Z6.11] Underworld
           [Z6.12] Rockville
           [Z6.13] Stone Tower Temple (Reality)
           [Z6.14] Stone Tower Temple (Illusion)
           [Z6.15] The Moon & 4 Guardian Masks
    [Z7]   Heart Pieces
    [Z8]   Bombers' Notebook
    [Z9]   Mask List
    [Z10]  Stray Fairies & Great Fairy Fountains
    [Z11]  Skulltula Houses
    [Z12]  Enemy Bestiary
    [Z13]  Boss & Mini-Boss Strategies
    [Z14]  Getting the 4 Swords & 6 Bottles
    [Z15]  Side Quests
    [Z16]  Owl Statue & Frog Locations
    [Z17]  Shops
    [Z18]  Mini-Games
    [Z19]  Keaton Questions
    [Z20]  Ocarina Songs
    [Z21]  Secrets & Rumours
    [Z22]  Ocarina of Time vs. Majora's Mask
    [Z23]  FAQs & Other Oddities
    [Z24]  Copyright, Thank-Yous & Contact Info
    
    
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                               *Latest Version*
    
    
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    Version 1.0
    May 6, 2011
    
    Added a small detail to the Clock Town, Getting Started section.
    
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    Version 1.0
    June 6, 2010
    
    Added secret re Link's right-handedness.
    
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    Version 1.0
    May 30, 2010
    
    Added additional info on Link waving secret.
    
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    Version 1.0
    March 1, 2010
    
    Clarified location of Heart Piece #30--Goron Village, not Mountain
    Village.
    
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    Version 1.0
    January 24, 2010
    
    Added detail to Stock Pot Inn character under OoT vs. MM.  She is now 
    also labeled as Anju's mother.
    
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    Version 1.0
    January 2, 2010
    
    Added 3 rupee chests to Secrets.
    
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    Version 1.0
    December 22, 2009
    
    
                    *~*~HAPPY HOLIDAYS & NEW YEAR 2010*~*~
    
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    Version 1.0
    September 19, 2009
    
    Corrected number of Heart Containers in health meter under Heart 
    Pieces.  It should be 13 in total, not 14.
    
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    Version 1.0
    September 18, 2009
    
    Added FAQ on Pinnacle Rock & Zora eggs.
    
    Added FAQ on recovering items after a game over.
    
    Corrected a typo.
    
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    Version 1.0
    September 3, 2009
    
    Walkthrough now available at LegendHyrule.com.
    
    Added cool new secret.
    
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    Version 1.0
    August 19, 2009
    
    Added FAQ on random health loss during Goht boss fight.
    
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    Version 1.0
    August 5, 2009
    
    Added FAQ on reclaiming masks at the end of the game.
    
    Corrected required items for Skulltula House #1.
    
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    Version 1.0
    July 21, 2009
    
    Added alternate strategy for alien hunt at Romani Ranch.
    
    Added strategy for fighting masked enemies in Woodfall Swamp and Stone 
    Tower Temple.
    
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    Version 1.0
    July 3, 2009
    
    Added idea on Kafei's role in Ocarina of Time to OoT vs. MM section.
    
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    Version 1.0
    June 26, 2009
    
    Added a couple of new secrets.
    
    Added two follow-ups on the FAQs for Moon Goron dungeon glitch and
    photo contest.
    
    Added a new Keaton Questions location.
    
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    Version 1.0
    May 28, 2009
    
    Walkthrough now available at GameSages.
    
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    Version 1.0
    May 16, 2009
    
    Added FAQ on possible glitch in Moon Goron dungeon (Wii version).
    If anyone knows about this glitch & how to resolve it, please e-mail
    me.
    
    Added Great Fairy Sword detail to spin attack under Basic Controls & 
    Actions.
    
    Added detail about buying back stolen items from the big (Takkurai)
    bird at Curiosity Shop in Shops section.
    
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    Version 1.0
    May 12, 2009
    
    Added spin attack to Basic Controls & Actions under Sword Techniques.
    Guess I missed that one!  Also added a magic-saving tip to that move.
    
    Added great tip on fighting Gyorg, boss of the Great Bay Temple.
    
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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 several new secrets.
    
    Added FAQ on winning the Pictograph Contest.  Does anyone know if you
    can win the contest with a pictograph of the Deku Princess?  Send me
    an e-mail if you have tried this.  BTW, I know that you can win it
    with Tingle or the Deku King, so no need to remind me :oD
    
    Added new location for Keaton Questions.
    
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    Version 1.0
    April 20, 2009
    
    Added secret on fighting bird near Milk Road.
    
    Added some masks to Ocarina of Time vs. Majora's Mask section.
    
    Added CORRECTION: Stone Tower Temple Fairy #4 is in the same room as
    Fairy #3 (not #2) and is on the LEFT wall (not the right).  Made
    change in Stray Fairies section & within Stone Tower walkthrough.
    
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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 strategy to defeating Odolwa in Woodfall Temple.
    
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    Version 1.0
    March 13, 2009
    
    Added secret on Zora Link.
    
    Also, it's Friday the 13th! Oooh :O
    
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    Version 1.0
    March 12, 2009
    
    Added Potion shop guy/Kafei to the Ocarina of Time vs. Majora's Mask
    character section.
    
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    Version 1.0
    February 15, 2009
    
    Added additional strategy for Anju & Kafei's Side Quest.
    
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    Version 1.0
    February 5, 2009
    
    Added FAQ on expansion pak.  Also added this to the Game Info.
    
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    Version 1.0
    February 4, 2009
    
    Added alternative on fighting the final boss.
    
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    Version 1.0
    January 14, 2009
    
    Walkthrough now available at ChapterCheats.com.
    
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    Version 1.0
    January 9, 2009
    
    Walkthrough now available at vgnerd.com.
    
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    Version 1.0
    December 22, 2008
    
    Added alternative route to hide 'n' seek kid in Goht moon dungeon.
    
    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
    November 28, 2008
    
    Added FAQ on accessing fish for the Great Bay Coast Heart Piece.
    
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    Version 1.0
    November 21, 2008
    
    Added secret with alternate strategy for defeating Wart.
    
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    Version 1.0
    November 12, 2008
    
    Added FAQ on Snowhead Temple Stray Fairy #15.
    
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    Version 1.0
    October 3, 2008
    
    Added secret on Link winking to the Great Fairies.
    
    Added secret on playing the Goron Lullaby to the bird in Termina Field.
    
    Added secret on doing a spin attack with the Great Fairy Sword.
    
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    Version 1.0
    September 13, 2008
    
    Walkthrough now available on MyCheats.com
    
    Added secret on shooting the moon for rupees.
    
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    Version 1.0
    August 29, 2008
    
    Added follow-up to FAQ on retrieving a stolen item.
    
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    Version 1.0
    August 10, 2008
    
    Added FAQ on retrieving a stolen item.
    
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    Version 1.0
    February 3, 2008
    
    Added FAQ on accessing Deku Palace after resetting.
    
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    Version 1.0
    January 30, 2008
    
    FAQ now available at CheatCodes.com
    
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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 1, 2008
    
    Added Blast Mask and Goron Mask safety secrets.
    
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    Version 1.0
    December 22, 2007
    
    Added secret on Gossip Stone fairy.
    
    **HAPPY HOLIDAYS, FELLOW GAMERS**
    
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    Version 1.0
    December 9, 2007
    
    Added secret about Lens of Truth and Deku Sticks.
    
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    Version 1.0
    November 23, 2007
    
    Added FAQ on Anju's grandmother Heart Piece.
    
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    Version 1.0
    November 16, 2007
    
    Added FAQ on Kafei & Anju side quest.
    
    Made a change to the Kafei & Anju side quest:  wear the Stone Mask
    to avoid Sakon before 7 p.m.
    
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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 opeing the powder keg training area.
    
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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.
    
    Based on memory, Majora's Mask has a new FAQ posted about losing
    items through time travel.
    
    Thanks for your patience and understanding.  I'll get back on things
    very soon, I promise :o)
    
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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 17, 2007
    
    Walkthrough "complete" to the best of my knowledge with side quest
    list information-- i.e. Heart Pieces, Howling Stones, etc.
    
    
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                               *Technical Info*
    
    
    Genre: Action/Adventure, Fantasy  
    Designer: Nintendo  
    Publisher: Nintendo  
    System: Nintendo 64  
    ESRB Rating: E (Everyone)  
    Player(s): 1  
    Release Dates: April 27, 2000 (Japan), October 25, 2000 (North America), 
    November 17, 2000 (Europe)  
    
    **IMPORTANT**
    
    This game requires an "expansion pak" in order to play on an N64
    system.  The pak is also required for & originally came bundled with 
    Donkey Kong 64, but if you buy either game second-hand, you may
    need to shop around for a pak.  They are available secondhand at 
    Amazon.com for $5.75, and likely at eBay or at video game stores.
    
    The expansion pak is inserted in the top front of the console in
    a slot and can stay there permanently (it doesn't affect other
    games).
    
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                                *Game Premise*
    
    
    The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask is the second game from the Zelda 
    series for Nintendo 64. This game is comparable to Ocarina of Time, 
    the first Zelda game for N64. Majora's Mask is a much shorter game, 
    but is much more challenging.  
    
    The object of the game is to recover a stolen mask for the Happy Mask 
    Salesman in three days. On the way, you will encounter four main 
    dungeons surrounding the main site, Clock Town. You will also meet many 
    people with different characteristics and problems. This adventure game 
    was quite enjoyable and worth the buy. Like Ocarina of Time, it can be 
    played and enjoyed over and over again.  
     
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                              *Time Management*
     
    
    Unlike Ocarina of Time, Majora's Mask has an ultimate time limit. This 
    "limit" is a big clock, ticking away at the bottom of the game screen. 
    The clock shows the day (1st, 2nd or Final), the hours (each full 
    rotation of the little sun is one hour and it shows you the number with 
    a red sun for morning/afternoon and a moon for evening) and the sun moving 
    around the semi-circle represents the ticking minutes (each time it passes 
    a line on the circle). Each minute on this clock represents 1 second in 
    real life. Therefore, 1 hour (Zelda time) is 1 minute (our time) and 1 day 
    (Zelda time) is 1 hour (our time). This clock is not a major problem in 
    beating the game, but it takes some getting used to. 
    
    You can control time by playing on your Ocarina (see the Songs page) or by 
    doing different activities. You can get Anju's grandmother to read you a 
    story or you can dance with the scarecrow found at the Astral Observatory 
    or West Clock Town's Trading Post to pass the time, if you need to.
    
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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 52 in the game, so the 
    tally would look like this: 2 // 4/52.
    
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                          *Basic Controls & Actions*
    
    
    In this game, you can be a normal little boy or transform into a Deku 
    Scrub, a Goron or a Zora, taking on different strengths, weaknesses and 
    personalities. Here are the basic controls for each character.
    
    
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                               *Link's Basics*
      
    
    Movement: Use Control Stick. The more pressure on it, the quicker the 
    movement.  
     
    Jumping: Done automatically when walking over the edge of a platform 
    towards a gap.  
     
    Climbing: Automatically climbs a short wall while moved in front of it 
    or jumps when he can reach it easily. Move the Control Stick towards the 
    wall or ladder to climb. Move the Control Stick up or down to move on a 
    ladder or, while on a climbable wall, you can also move left or right.  
     
    Throwing: Press A while in front of the object to pick it up, then press 
    A again to drop it. To throw, move the Control Stick in the proper 
    direction, then press A to throw.  
     
    Swimming: While on the surface of the water, use the Control Stick to 
    move forward. Continually tapping B will move him a little faster.  
     
    Diving: You have the ability to dive only 2 metres as normal Link. Press 
    A to do so. Link will do a graceful dive into water from a certain height 
    (not too special, but a little tidbit!)  
    
    Rolling: Press A with the Control Stick forward.  
     
    Backflip: Press the A button with the Control Stick back while Z-Targeting 
    or holding Z.  
     
    Side-jump: Press the A button with the Control Stick moving left or right 
    and Z- Targeting or holding Z.  
    
    
    Sword Techniques:
    
     
    Horizontal Slash: Press B while not Z-Targeting  
     
    Vertical Slash: Press B while Z-Targeting  
     
    Stab: Press A while Z-Targeting with the Control Stick forward  
     
    Jump Attack: While Z-Targeting, press A (make sure the sword is already 
    out)  
     
    Shield Use: Press R to raise the shield, then use the Control Stick to 
    move it a bit.
    
    Spin Attack:  Press & hold down B, then release when attack is charged.
    To save on magic power, rotate the Control Stick once when releasing B.
    Also works with Great Fairy Sword.
    
    
    Z-Targeting:
     
     
    Ah, the useful tactics of Tatl. This little fairy will fly to objects, 
    people or enemies when you're close enough. Press Z when Tatl moves to 
    "Z-Target" the object. Press C-Up to hear Tatl's comment (if she has any). 
    While Z-Targeting you can perform different moves (see above). Watch the 
    Blue Icon at the top of the screen. Also look for Tatl to change colour 
    (blue is for people to speak to, the scarecrow or secret spots, green is 
    for an object that you can check for information on or read from it, and 
    yellow is for enemies).
    
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                                  *Deku Link*
    
     
    Movement: (see Normal Link)  
     
    Jumping: Deku Link cannot jump.  
     
    Swing Attack: Press A while moving the Control Stick in the proper 
    direction to attack
     
    Bubble Shooting: Press and hold B to blow a bubble, then release it to 
    shoot it. The longer you hold the B button down, the bigger the bubble 
    will be. Don't hold the B button too long or the bubble will pop!  
     
    Flying Using a Deku Flower: Press A to dive into a flower while standing 
    on it. Hold A until yellow pollen is released from the flower, then release 
    A to fly. Use the Control Stick to move in the proper direction.  
     
    Water Hopping: Dekus are so light that they can hop on water for a limited 
    time, then they eventually sink. Hop on the water, but be sure to eventually 
    land on lily pads or platforms. Watch the Action Icon (blue icon) at the top 
    of the screen.  
     
    Weaknesses: Deku Scrubs are prone to fire and cannot fly for very long. They 
    also don't like heights (actually, neither of Link's characters can fall and 
    land perfectly from great heights, unless you roll up as a Goron.)  
    
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                                 *Goron Link*
     
     
    Curling: Press A to curl into a ball, then move the Control Stick forward 
    to charge up a spiked attack (when fully loaded, it uses magic power.)  
     
    Punching: Press B to punch. Press it quickly again and again to give 3
    consecutive punches.  
     
    Pounding: Press & hold A to curl, then press B to pound the ground.  
     
    Weaknesses: Gorons cannot go in deep water because of their weight and, like 
    all of Link's characters, they don't like great heights, but you can avoid 
    losing health when falling from great heights. Just press and hold A to curl, 
    then he can fall from a great height safely.  
    
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                                 *Zora Link*
     
     
    Diving (from a height): Just move the Control Stick forward over an edge 
    and, if high enough, he'll take a diving form.  
     
    Diving (underwater): Press B to dive while on the water's surface and he'll 
    sink.  
     
    Swimming: Press A to swim, then hold it to stay in swimming position. Use the 
    Control Stick to move while in this position.  
     
    Attack: Press B continually to attack with sweet karate moves!
     
    Boomerang: Press and hold B to aim the boomerang. Release B to unleash the 
    weapon.  
     
    Protective Barrier: Press and hold R while swimming to bring out the blue 
    electric barrier to defend yourself against enemies. Press R and B while on 
    the bottom of the ocean.  
     
    Weaknesses: Since Zoras are water-based creatures, they don't like fire or 
    ice.
    
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                         *Items, Weapons & Upgrades*
    
    
    Here is a description of each item and weapon in your subscreens used in the 
    game:  
    
    
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                              *Important Items*
    
    
    Ocarina of Time- given to you by Princess Zelda, but stolen from Skull Kid. 
    You get it back from him (see Clock Town walkthrough). Use it to play songs.
    
    Deku Sticks- Found in various, enemies, pots, bushes, etc. Used to light on 
    fire and light other torches or burn spider webs. 
    
    Hookshot- Found in Pirates' Fortress. Used as a weapon or, more often, to 
    hook onto things or targets.
    
    Lens of Truth- Found in Mountain Village. Used to see things that are 
    invisible to the naked eye.
    
    6 Bottles- Given to you by completing certain things (see 4 Swords and 6 
    Bottles page).
    
    Magic Potions- Can be bought from Magic Potion Shop in Southern Swamp or the 
    Trading Post.
    
    Magic Beans- Can be bought from the Magic Bean Seller located in a hole in 
    the Deku Palace grounds or from the Southern Swamp Deku Merchant (as Deku 
    Link). Costs 10 rupees each, but you get a free sample from the Magic Bean 
    Seller when you first meet him (doesn't work after playing the Song of Time).
    
    Pictograph Box- Given to you by Koume at the Photo Hut after you save her. 
    Used to take pictures.
    
    Deeds- Used to complete the Deku Merchant Side Quest. The Land Title Deed 
    (from Clock Town) and the Swamp Title Deed are pictured.
    
    Moon's Tear- This item is found by gazing through the telescope in the Astral 
    Observatory and focusing on the top of the Clock Tower. Skull Kid will make 
    the moon cry a tear. This jewel is then used to get the Land Title Deed from 
    the Clock Town Deku Merchant.
    
    Shields- You start with the Hylian Shield which is automatically given to 
    you. You get the Mirror Shield in the Stone Tower Temple. That shield 
    replaces your first one and reflects light.  
     
    Wallets- You start with the Kid's Wallet which holds a maximum of 99 rupees. 
    Deposit 200 rupees in the West Clock Town bank to receive the Adult Wallet, 
    which holds a max. of 200 rupees. To get the Giant's Wallet, finish the 2nd 
    Skulltula House at Great Bay on Day 1. It holds 500 rupees, the ultimate 
    maximum.  
    
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                             *Weapons & Upgrades*
    
    
    Hero's Bow with Normal, Fire, Ice and Light arrows- Found in Woodfall Temple. 
    Comes with 30 arrows. Win the two Shooting Gallery games to upgrade to 40 and 
    then 50 arrows in your carrier. Also you get Fire, Ice and Light Arrows from 
    Snowhead Temple, Great Bay Temple and Stone Tower Temple respectively.  
    Upgrades: You start with 30 arrows in your quiver. Win the Swamp Shooting 
    Gallery game (get a perfect score) and your quiver will go up to 40 arrows. 
    Win the Clock Town Shooting Gallery game and you get 50 arrows, which is the 
    maximum.
    
    Deku Nuts- Found in various enemies, pots, bushes, etc. Used to stun enemies. 
    Can be used as normal Link or as Deku Link when flying.
    
    Bombs- Can be bought at the Bomb Shop in West Clock Town or found randomly in 
    enemies, pots, bushes, etc. Used to blow up weak walls or as a weapon.  
    Upgrades: You first buy the Big Bomb Bag in the Bomb Shop which holds 20 
    bombs. After you stop the thief in North Clock Town you can buy the Bigger 
    Bomb Bag which holds 30 bombs. To get the Biggest Bomb Bag (40 bombs), you 
    need 200 rupees and the Bigger Bomb Bag. During the Deku Merchant Side Quest, 
    visit him as a Goron and he will give you the biggest bag.
    
    Bombchu- Can be bought at the Bomb Shop in West Clock Town or found in a 
    chest. Used with a timer to blow up faraway things. You set the bombchu down 
    and it runs towards your target.
    
    Powder Kegs- Can be bought at the Bomb Shop in West Clock Town or at Mountain 
    Village (cheaper at the Bomb Shop). In order to carry them, you need to be 
    Goron Link and be approved in Mountain Village (see walkthrough).
    
    Swords- You automatically start with the Kokiri Sword. In Mountain Village, 
    you can go to the Mountain Smithy and get your sword upgraded to the Razor 
    Sword which lasts 100 hits or when you play the Song of Time (whichever comes 
    first). After you win the Goron Races, you get Gold Dust, which can be 
    exchanged for the Gilded Sword (you get the bottle back). This sword will 
    never break and it lasts the whole game. After getting all 15 Stray Fairies 
    from the Stone Tower Temple, the Great Fairy at Ikana will give you the Great 
    Fairy's Sword, which is a C-Button item and the strongest sword. However, 
    it's held with both hands, reducing your defense.
    
    Bombers' Notebook- Given to you by the Bombers' leader, Jim, when you give 
    the password to the kid blocking their hideout in East Clock Town as normal 
    Link. Shows people that have problems you need to solve and what you have 
    gained from them (masks, heart pieces, etc.)
    
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                                *Walkthrough*
    
    
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                                 *Clock Town*
    
    
    Items/Weapons:  Clock Town Map, Magic Meter, Bubble Shooting, Ocarina of 
    Time, Bomber's Notebook, Adult Wallet, Romani Ranch map
    Masks:  8  //  8/28- Deku Mask, Great Fairy's Mask, Blast Mask, Bremen 
    Mask, Mask of Kafei, All-Night Mask, Bunny Hood, Kamaro Mask
    Heart Pieces:  6  //  6/52
    Empty Bottles:  0  //  0/6
    Owl Statues:  2  //  2/10
    Songs:  Song of Double Time, Inverted Song of Time, Song of Time, Song of 
    Healing, Scarecrow's Song
    
    
    Getting Started
    
    After the starting cinema, chop up the bushes to gain rupees (at least 5).  
    Enter the cave, then hop across the platforms to the next area.  Watch 
    another cinema.  Link is now a Deku Scrub (for the time being)!  You also have 
    Tatl, a little fairy (like Navi from Ocarina of Time).  Walk up to the closed 
    door and open it.  Tatl will explain how to use the Deku Flowers to launch up 
    and fly.  Dive into the flower and launch to the next platform.  Continue to 
    the next area and use the flowers to fly to the left.  On one platform is a 
    chest with 10 Deku Nuts inside.  These are used to stun enemies.  You can use 
    them as human Link or as Deku Link, dropping them on enemies when you fly.  
    Continue to the cave and enter a room with a lot of machinery.  
    
    Go up the left ramp and turn to see two big doors.  As you approach them, the 
    Happy Mask Salesman (also from Ocarina of Time) will appear and explain your 
    quest.  Sounds easy, right?  Enter the two big doors to Clock Town, the main 
    area that you will spend a lot of time in.  Tatl will mention about finding 
    the Great Fairy.  First, we need to be able to get around better.  You are 
    currently in South Clock Town.  There are also North, East and West parts of 
    Clock Town.  Head left and go up the stairs to East Clock Town.  
    
    Continue up another short set of stairs, then go left to the North area.  See 
    that green guy near the guard?  His name is Tingle.  Talk to him and buy the 
    *Clock Town Map* for 5 rupees.  The compass on the map will help you learn how 
    to navigate the four areas of Clock Town.  Backtrack to South Clock Town.  
    
    Near the guard blocking the south exit is a mailbox and a set of stairs.  Go 
    up them to reach the Laundry Pool.  Floating around on the river is a small 
    fairy.  From the bridge, jump to reach it, then quickly get on land (Deku 
    Scrubs can hop on water for a limited time).  If it happens to be nighttime,
    the fairy is in East Clock Town.  Return to the main area and head to North 
    Clock Town.  
    
    Next to a Deku Flower and a small fence is a cave.  Enter it to find the 
    Fairy Fountain.  Walk to the edge of the small pool to re-assemble the Great 
    Fairy of Magic.  She grants you a magic power, *Bubble Shooting* and a *Magic 
    Meter*.  You can only use this ability as a Deku Scrub.  Press and hold B to 
    blow a bubble at enemies.  The longer you hold it, the bigger the bubble gets, 
    but holding it too long will pop the bubble.  This ability uses magic, so 
    watch your magic meter when it starts to get low.  
    
    
    The Bombers
    
    Exit the fountain, then test your new ability on that big balloon that the 
    little boy is trying to hit.  Pop the balloon with a bubble, then talk to the 
    kid (who is quite annoyed!)  He will give you access to his gang's hideout, 
    if you can master their challenge.  You must find all five Bombers' gang 
    members in one day.  What they give you is useful, so be quick and find them!  
    
    Two of the Bombers are in this very area.  One is hiding behind a tree.  You 
    can hear a little bubble quietly popping when a Bomber is nearby.  When you 
    get close to him, he'll run, so chase him around until you catch him.  
    Another Bomber is behind the slide.  When you find those two, exit this area 
    and go to East Clock Town.  Find the Deku Flower near the jugglers.  Launch 
    into it and fly to the roof on your left.  Catch that Bomber!  Then, go up 
    the stairs to the area with the Mayor's Residence.  Climb the stairs on the 
    right to a roof.  The Bomber hiding there will be holding a cucco and will 
    fly down to the ground.  Catch him and now there's one more guy to find.  
    He's easy.  Go to West Clock Town and he's just walking around!  When you 
    find all five Bombers, they'll bring you back to North Clock Town and reveal 
    a five-digit password.  Write this down so you'll remember (the password 
    changes for each game, so I can't tell you what it is!)  
    
    
    Astral Observatory & Moon's Tear
    
    Now, you can go to East Clock Town and find a Bomber blocking a cave.  This 
    is their hideout.  Talk to him and give him the password (if you do happen 
    to forget it, talk to any other Bomber besides him and Jim, the leader who's 
    shooting at the balloon.)  He'll let you enter.  Go through the water and 
    stay on the shallow part to avoid the Skulltula at the end.  Go right and 
    pop the balloon with a bubble.  Climb the ladder to the Astral Observatory.  
    
    Go up the colourful stairs to an old man (he was also in Ocarina of Time.)  
    Talk to him and say yes when asked to look through the telescope.  Move the 
    telescope up with the Control Stick, then press A to zoom in at the top of 
    the Clock Tower.  There's the Skull Kid!  The moon releases an object that 
    drops down outside, then the Skull Kids wiggles his behind at you!  Exit 
    the telescope mode by pressing B.  The old man will explain that the object 
    the moon dropped is called a Moon's Tear, because it falls from its eye and 
    looks like a tear (good name, eh?)  Go outside through the door at the top 
    here, then walk over to the Moon's Tear to pick it up.  Return to the 
    observatory and go to the bottom of the stairs.  Talk to the Scarecrow, 
    who'll dance to pass the time.  Dance until Night of the Final Day and then 
    ask him about the two songs.  You will learn the Song of Double Time and 
    Inverted Song of Time, then exit to the sewer and again to East Clock Town.  
    
    Hurry to South Clock Town and find the gold Deku Flower.  A Deku Scrub will 
    fly in and protect his property.  Talk to him again and when asked to, take 
    out the Moon's Tear.  He'll give you the Land Title Deed, then fly away, 
    leaving you with a flower.  Dive into it and fly to the left onto the Clock 
    Tower.  Collect the *Heart Piece*, then wait until 12:00 a.m., when the 
    tower door opens.  Enter to fight a quick battle with the Skull Kid!  Well, 
    it's not much of a battle.  Watch the cinema, then shoot a bubble at the 
    Skull Kid.  He drops your Ocarina.  Go pick it up and you'll re-learn the 
    Song of Time (taught by Princess Zelda in Ocarina of Time.)  You cannot 
    possibly beat the Skull Kid at this point, so play the Song of Time to 
    return to Dawn of the First Day.  
    
    
    Bombers' Notebook
    
    Smart Tatl remembers the Happy Mask Salesman, so return through the two big 
    doors to the machinery room.  Talk to the Happy Mask Salesman to learn the 
    Song of Healing and also to free you of your current state.  You also gain 
    the *Deku Mask*, so you can return to being a Deku Scrub when you need to.  
    Whoops, you don't have the mask he wanted!  Oh, well, that's okay.  You'll 
    get it eventually.  
    
    Re-enter South Clock Town and look for an *Owl Statue*.  It's around the two 
    big doors, across from a set of stairs, leading to the West side of town.  
    Hit it with your sword and it will remember this spot (see the Owl Statue 
    Locations). Now, we can learn about the different people of Clock Town, their 
    habits and what they need to accomplish before the moon falls.  
    
    Now that you're human Link, return to East Clock Town and talk to the kid 
    blocking the hideout again.  Since it's a new day, he obviously doesn't 
    remember you.  Tell him the password again and enter the hideout.  Head back 
    to the observatory and show the Scarecrow your Ocarina.  Play any 8-note 
    combination to "learn" (more like create) the Scarecrow's Song.  Write it 
    down as it doesn't appear on your subscreen.  You also need to replay it for 
    the Scarecrow after every new day to refresh it.  Now exit back to Clock 
    Town.  
    
    Jim, the leader of the Bombers, blocks you and is quite annoyed (again).  He 
    gives you the *Bomber's Notebook* and you are now a member of their gang.  
    This notebook is a key side quest to the game.  You will meet 20 people 
    who'll be added to the notebook and help them do certain things to be 
    rewarded.  The Bombers are added to the notebook and their profile in the 
    notebook is filled!  See the Bomber's Notebook section to fill it all in.  
    Remember: You can only fill it in if you have certain items or do certain 
    things, plus certain things can only be done at a certain day or time (too 
    many certains in that sentence?!?!?!).  I will mention things in the 
    walkthrough that are part of the notebook side quest.  
    
    
    Errands
    
    Now, you can gain some more masks and a heart piece.  Go to North Clock Town 
    and, as human Link, go to the boxes near the slide.  Climb up and jump onto 
    the seat of the slide.  Turn to face the tree, then jump across to get the 
    *Heart Piece*.  
    
    While you're here, go back to the Laundry Pool (located off of South Clock 
    Town) and get that fairy again.  Come back to the North area and return the 
    Great Fairy to normal.  Now that you're human Link, she'll give you a human 
    quality.  She gives you the *Great Fairy's Mask*, used to attract Stray 
    Fairies later in the four dungeons.  
    
    Exit the Fountain, then play the Song of Double Time to advance to 6 p.m., 
    then wait until 12:00 a.m. (make sure it's the First Day.)  At 12:00, an old 
    woman will walk in from the exit the guard is blocking.  Stand near the red 
    mailbox and wait until a cinema is shown.  A thief comes by and steals the 
    old woman's bag.  Quickly, chase the thief and slash him with your sword.  
    He'll drop the bag, then exit the area.  The old woman will reward you with 
    the *Blast Mask*, used to bomb cracks if you don't have any bombs yet.  She's 
    also added to your Bomber's Notebook.  
    
    Quickly, go back to the Laundry Pool to find a musician sitting on the bench.  
    Talk to him to gain the *Bremen Mask*, used to mature young animals.  
    Interesting.....
    
    Another mask is in the Mayor's Residence (open between 10 a.m. and 8 p.m. on 
    Days 1 and 2.)  Enter the main hall, then go through the right door.  Talk to 
    the woman (she is Madame Aroma, the mayor's wife) and say yes to her request 
    to gain the *Mask of Kafei*, used to find her missing son.  She is added to 
    your notebook.  You can also talk to the fish.  He is Toto, a Zora music 
    manager.  He'll also be added to the notebook.  
    
    If you go to East Clock Town, look for the Stock Pot Inn (make sure it's the 
    First Day, between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m.) or the Laundry Pool (Day 2, 1:30 p.m.)  
    Talk to the girl at the desk (or on the bench).  Her name is Anju and she is 
    engaged to the missing boy named Kafei.  She'll be added to the notebook.  
    
    You can also talk to Anju's grandmother, who is in a room on the lower floor 
    and to the Rosa sisters on the upper floor, if it's during the day (at night, 
    they practice dancing in West Clock Town.) 
    
    The following starred section can be done later or now, up to you. 
    ***Now, go to West Clock Town.  You've probably seen the guy in the little 
    booth, slapping his hands down or gesturing at you.  He's a banker.  You can 
    deposit and withdraw rupees in your own account if you talk to him.  For now, 
    you can hold 99 rupees.  If you deposit 200 rupees to the banker, he'll give 
    you the *Adult Wallet*, which can hold 200 rupees.  Later, you'll get the 
    Giant Wallet from the 2nd Skulltula House.  You can also get a *Heart Piece* 
    from the banker when you deposit 5000 rupees (it seems like a lot, but when 
    you gain the Giant's Wallet, it'll be easier.)***  
    
    Refer back here when you have the Giant's Wallet, Mask of Kafei (which you 
    should already have if you've followed my walkthrough), 500 rupees in your 
    wallet AND stopped the robber on Day 1.  Go to the Curiosity Shop in front of 
    the banker in West Clock Town at 10:00 p.m. on the Final Day. Buy the *All 
    Night Mask* from the man at the desk.  
    
    On the Final Day, exit Clock Town via the south exit (the guard will move if 
    you talk to him).  You are now in Termina Field.  Keep moving forward towards 
    a tree with a drawing on it.  A cinema is shown, then you can continue.  Go 
    right towards an exit with a big bird flying over it.  Quickly go through that 
    exit to Milk Road.  That bird will steal your items if you're too slow, so 
    move your buns!  You'll notice an *Owl Statue* on one of the paths.  Hit it 
    with your sword to remember the spot.  Also, there is a path leading to the 
    Gorman Track.  If you talk to the Gorman Brothers, they'll be added to your 
    notebook (they also appeared in Ocarina of Time as another character).  
    They're lying about the milk by the way (if you talk to one of the brothers, 
    he'll mention the Romani milk being watered down and more expensive in town; 
    NOT TRUE!)  
    
    Exit to Milk Road and you'll see a red balloon.  Change to Deku Link and 
    shoot it down with a bubble to talk to Tingle.  Buy the *Romani Ranch Map* 
    for 20 rupees, then go forward to a man, who's finally gotten rid of the big 
    boulder that was blocking that path (you'll see it later in the game.)  Enter 
    Romani Ranch.  
    
    Go forward, then right when you reach a fork in the road.  Tatl will notice 
    Epona, your horse that the Skull Kid stole from you.  You can't get her just 
    yet, but you will later.  You can talk to the little girl.  She's Romani and 
    she'll be added to your notebook.  You can also enter the barn on the right 
    side and talk to Romani's older sister, Cremia, to add her to the notebook.  
    Go to the back to the ranch to see a big drawing of cuccos on a building.  
    Enter the Cucco Shack.  
    
    Talk to the man sitting against a tree.  His name is Grog and he'll be added 
    to your notebook (he appeared in Ocarina of Time.)  Put on the Bremen Mask 
    and hold B to march around the shack.  Find all 10 chicks and they'll mature 
    into full-grown cuccos.  Grog will reward you with the *Bunny Hood*.  This 
    will allow you to run faster and jump farther (quite useful in some areas.)  
    Exit to the ranch (if you have a lot of rupees, you can have some fun with 
    the Doggy Racetrack next door to the Cucco Shack, but if you want to really 
    win, you need the Mask of Truth.  I'll show you how to get it later).  
    
    Return to Day 1 with the Song of Time.  In West Clock Town, at any time, 
    visit the Swordsman's School.  Pay 10 rupees for the Expert Course and 
    score 30 points for a *Heart Piece*.  You must use the lunge attack (Z+A) on 
    all 10 logs to win.  
    
    Enter the Post Office in West Clock Town at 3 p.m. and accept the postman's 
    challenge.  Bring some rupees with you.  The first try is free, but then 
    he'll charge you 2 rupees per try.  I highly suggest you wear the Bunny Hood 
    when you talk to him.  The game will be easier to play if you do.  Watch the 
    clock and press A when the time reads 10'00 EXACTLY.  When you hit it on the 
    nose, you are rewarded with a *Heart Piece*.  
    
    To gain another mask and Heart Piece, exit Clock Town on the 1st Day through 
    the North gate.  Play the Song of Double Time to advance to night, then wait 
    until 12:00 a.m.  Look on the mushroom-shaped platforms to see a dancing man 
    on top.  Talk to him to add him to your notebook, then play the Song of 
    Healing to heal him.  He will give you the *Kamaro Mask* to pass on his 
    dance.  
    
    Go back to Clock Town and go to the West side at night to see the dancing 
    Rosa sisters.  Put on the mask and press B while in front of them to do 
    Kamaro's dance.  The twins give you a *Heart Piece*.  
    
    
    Onward to Southern Swamp
    
    Now, you can advance to the first dungeon.  Exit through Clock Town's South 
    gate to Termina Field (preferably on Day 1 in the morning, play the Inverted 
    Song of Time to slow it down).  Go straight forward to a tree with the 
    picture on it and then past it to Southern Swamp.
    
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                         *Southern Swamp & Deku Palace*
    
    
    Items/Weapons:  Woodfall Map, Pictograph Box
    Masks:  0  //  8/28
    Heart Pieces:  4  //  10/52
    Empty Bottles:  1  //  1/6
    Owl Statues:  2  //  4/10
    Songs:  Sonata of Awakening, Song of Soaring 
    
    
    Southern Swamp
    
    Get rid of the bats and, if nighttime, the Wolfos.  Climb the tree on the 
    vine ladder to get a *Heart Piece*.  Go right to see Tingle in a red balloon.  
    Shoot a bubble at it to bring him down.  Buy the *Woodfall Map* for 20 rupees 
    (if you're out of money, find a red rupee in the chest inside the nearby 
    hole.)  Go past Tingle to enter another area.  
    
    Go right and hit the *Owl Statue* with your sword.  Then, climb up the ladder 
    to the hut.  If you have the Land Owner's Paper from Clock Town (the exchange 
    you had with the Deku Scrub, giving him the Moon's Tear), exchange the paper 
    for the Swamp Title Deed and the flower.  As Deku Link, launch up to the roof 
    of the hut and collect the *Heart Piece*.  Then, go left of the hut through 
    the swamp (I suggest you go across as Deku Link, but be sure to land on the 
    green lily pads or he'll drown.)  
    
    Keep going until you see some pots with steam rising (a nearby sign will say 
    the potion shop is ahead.)  Go through the green area to the Potion Shop.  
    If it's Day 2, you will see a cinema of a witch leaving the shop.  Go behind 
    the shop to an entrance leading to a forest (like the Lost Woods in Ocarina 
    of Time!)  
    
    Put on your Bunny Hood and talk to the monkey.  Follow him through the woods 
    (he moves quickly and can fool you into following the wrong path, so be 
    quick and careful.)  When you reach a couple of other monkeys and an old 
    woman, stop.  Talk to her and she'll ask for something (notice that she is 
    one half of Twinrova from Ocarina of Time).  You don't have it, but knowing 
    that she's in trouble will help you.  
    
    If you saw the cinema of a witch leaving the shop, find her in the forest and 
    talk to her.  Otherwise, exit the woods and enter the Potion Shop. Talk to 
    the old hag at the desk (the other half of Twinrova).  She will give you an 
    *Empty Bottle* with Red Potion inside to take to her sister.  
    
    Exit and re-enter the woods.  Follow the monkey again to the old woman and 
    give her the potion when she asks for it (don't press the C-Button it's on 
    before talking to her or Link will drink the potion!)  If you do happen to 
    accidentally drink it, go back to the Potion Shop and the lady will give you 
    another potion for free.  When you give the potion to the old lady in trouble, 
    she is revived and will leave.  
    
    Exit the woods and you'll be confronted by some monkeys.  One of them will 
    mention that his brother is in trouble.  After talking to them, follow them 
    back to the last area before the potion shop.  As Deku Link, hop back to 
    the first hut (called the Photo Hut) where the Deku was sitting and enter the 
    building.  
    
    As human Link, talk to the old lady through the hole in the little cove and 
    she'll give you a *Pictograph Box*, plus a free boat cruise.  At the 
    end of the lovely cruise, say yes to disembarking, then change to Deku Link.  
    Follow the monkey inside to the Deku Palace.  
    
    
    Deku Palace
    
    As Deku Link, walk forward to the Deku guards and talk to them.  They will 
    let you enter to see the monkey being punished.  Go straight forward to the 
    royal chamber.  Talk to the king and the monkey to learn more about the 
    kidnapping of the Deku princess.  Use the Pictograph Box to take a good 
    picture of the king (you'll need it later), then exit.  
    
    That monkey re-appears to explain about the secret entrance to the Woodfall 
    Temple.  Before we enter the temple, you need some Magic Beans.  Enter the 
    left entrance, then carefully go through the maze, avoiding the Deku guards. 
    If you get caught, you can re-enter the same maze again.  Just talk to the 
    Deku Guards.  Go around the maze until you come to a hole at the end.  
    
    Drop through and go into the cove to meet the Magic Bean Salesman (also from 
    Ocarina of Time.)  Talk to him to get a free Magic Bean sample.  Go to the 
    patch of soft soil nearby and plant the bean.  It won't grow without water, 
    so use your empty bottle to get some spring water from the little pond there.  
    Pour the water on the soil and voila!  Ride the bean plant to the treasure 
    chest and open it to gain a red rupee (worth 20 rupees.)  Talk to the Magic 
    Bean Salesman again to buy another bean for 10 rupees.  You may want to buy 
    a couple more, just in case and re-fill your bottle with spring water.  
    
    Exit the hole, then either backtrack to the main hall of the Deku Palace, or 
    get caught and re-enter the hall.  Either way, go through the other entrance 
    and avoid the guards.  At the end is a *Heart Piece*.  Backtrack or get 
    caught and go in front of the two Deku guards blocking the hall's entrance.  
    
    Go right, using the lily pads to hop across as Deku Link, then change to 
    normal Link and plant one of your Magic Beans in the soft soil patch.  If 
    it's the 2nd Day, it's raining, so the plant will automatically grow.  If 
    it's not the 2nd day, use spring water from your bottle.  Ride the plant to 
    the top, then launch into the Deku flower.  
    
    You're on the top level of the palace grounds.  You must stay on the top 
    level.  Fly to the Deku Flower on the moving platform, then use bubbles to 
    get rid of the Deku Scrub shooting nuts at you.  Continue along until you 
    land on a platform with a hole in it.  Go through and you're above the main 
    hall that you walked through before!  Continue launching into flowers and 
    flying until you reach another platform.  Enter the hole and you're in the 
    cage with the monkey that was captured.  
    
    Talk to him and he'll basically tell you off!  Take out your ocarina (pipes 
    as Deku Link) and he'll quietly teach you the Sonata of Awakening.  You'll 
    be thrown out when the guards hear you play, but now you can enter the 
    Woodfall Temple!  After you're thrown out, go right, hopping across the 
    lily pads, but instead of going straight through, go right and hop on the 
    platform.  Use the Deku Flower to launch to the entrance.  
    
    
    Song of Soaring
    
    Once outside in the next area, use the Deku Flower to launch up and get rid 
    of those annoying mosquitoes (if you happen to fall down, you'll need to re-
    route or play the Song of Time and return here through Deku Palace.)  Fly 
    from flower to flower, then fly onto a big log.  Hop over to the last flower, 
    then fly onto another platform.  The owl (also from Ocarina of Time) will 
    talk to you about the owl statues, then fly off.  Read the notes carved in 
    the rock to learn the Song of Soaring.  This song will take you to the owl 
    statue locations that you hit your sword with, whenever you're stuck 
    somewhere, lost or whatever.  Anyway, continue flying in front of the 
    waterfall, then enter Woodfall.  
    
    
    Onward to Woodfall Temple
    
    Go right, across the water to the walkway.  Watch out for those charging 
    enemies.  Use your shield and sword as normal Link (it's easier than using 
    the bubble shooting as Deku Link.)  Then, once the enemy is gone, get rid 
    of the Deku Scrub and use the flower it leaves behind.  Fly to the next 
    walkway.  Make your way around until you reach a walkway with a gold and 
    brown treasure chest (there is another treasure chest nearby that has just 
    rupees inside.)  Open the chest for a *Heart Piece*, then fly to the centre 
    platform.  Hit the *Owl Statue* with your sword to remember the spot.  
    
    If it's not Day 1, play the Song of Time and then warp back to Woodfall.  
    You'll need as much time as you can get. Stand on the Deku symbol in the 
    middle.  Play the Sonata of Awakening as Deku Link to reveal the Woodfall 
    Temple.  Use the Deku Flower to fly over to the entrance (you'll just make 
    it across!)  Enter the first temple of the game.  
    
    In each of the four dungeons in the game, you must find 15 Stray Fairies, 
    then after the temple is back to normal, you need to find the Fairy 
    Fountain and return the Great Fairy to her normal self.  You'll then be 
    rewarded with something.  Okay, got all that?
    
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                              *Woodfall Temple*
    
    
    Items/Weapons:  Hero's Bow, Large Quiver, Spin Attack, Bomb Bag, Largest 
    Quiver, Big Bomb Bag
    Masks:  2  //  10/28- Odolwa's Remains, Mask of Scents
    Heart Pieces:  9  //  19/52
    Empty Bottles:  0  //  1/6
    Owl Statues:  0  //  4/10
    Songs:  Oath to Order
    
    
    Getting the Dungeon Map & Compass
    
    Once inside the Woodfall Temple, play the Inverted Song of Time to slow down 
    time (if you haven't already). It's very helpful. Wear the Great Fairy Mask 
    to attract Fairy # 1. Use the Deku Flower to launch and fly to the right. 
    
    Open the treasure chest on the platform to get Fairy # 2 (it must touch you 
    to gain it.) Fly across to the next platform, then fly towards the back of 
    the upcoming platform, avoiding the Skulltulas. Enter the door to the main 
    room of the dungeon. Go left, down the ramp. Beat the Deku Baba at the bottom 
    to gain Fairy # 3. 
    
    As Deku Link, use the red Venus Flytrap plants and go around to the other 
    side of the centre platform. Before entering the door there, go to the 
    platform with all the pots on it. Break them and receive Fairy # 4. 
    
    Continue through the open door. Use the Deku Flower in the middle of the 
    room, then fly left to the treasure chest. Open it for a Small Key, then use 
    the flower again to fly straight forward. Enter the door. Use the Deku 
    Launchers to launch up on the Snappers when they cross over your flower (make 
    sure they see you or they won't move.) When all 3 are gone, open the chest 
    that appears for the Dungeon Map. 
    
    Exit this room and the last one to return to the main room. Go around to the 
    locked door and open it, using the key. Push the grey block forward, then go 
    around the path at right to a Skulltula. Defeat it to get Fairy # 5. Continue 
    forward along the path, then push the block forward again. Continue back 
    around to where the Skulltula was. Put on your Bunny Hood, then light a Deku 
    Stick, using the lit torch. Race right to the unlit torch to open the door. 
    
    Quickly, put away the stick to save it or the gnats will bite you (they're 
    attracted to the fire). Enter the door, then use the Deku Flowers again to 
    get rid of the 2 mosquitos. When they're gone, open the treasure chest that 
    appears for the Compass. Exit back to the last room. 
    
    
    Getting the Hero's Bow & Boss Key
    
    Put on your Bunny Hood again and light another Deku Stick. Run up the stairs 
    on your left and then, go right across the platforms (the Bunny Hood also 
    makes you jump farther), burning the cobweb at the end. Quickly, put the 
    stick away, then beat the Deku Babas to gain more Deku Sticks or Deku Nuts. 
    
    Go up the stairs (he walks automatically once you get close to them). Defeat 
    all the Black Boes in the dark room to make a treasure chest appear. Open it 
    for Fairy # 6. Light a Deku Stick using the lit torch in the centre and wear 
    the Bunny Hood to quickly light all three torches around the room. Once 
    they're all lit, the door opens. 
    
    Make your way through the room, using the Deku flowers, avoiding the 
    mosquitos, to the left. Go through to the top level of the main room. As 
    normal Link, step on the switch to your left, to make a couple of ladders 
    appear. Go right and pop the bubble to free the fairy, then either walk into 
    it or wear the Great Fairy Mask to attract it (that's Fairy # 7.) Go back to 
    where the switch was and enter the door behind it. Go right, then through the 
    open door to engage in a battle with a mini-boss, Metal Dinalfos. 
    
    He's very easy.  Slash the Dinalfos with your sword and backflip to avoid his 
    fire blast. He also has a weak sword attack which you can shield.  When he 
    bites the dust, open the treasure chest that appears to gain the *Hero's Bow*, 
    already equipped with 30 arrows. Exit to the last room. 
    
    Test out the new bow on your left by hitting the eyeball switch. This makes 
    the Deku Flower in the middle of the room move up and down. Then, shoot the 
    beehive left of the eyeball switch to free a Stray Fairy. Wear the Great 
    Fairy Mask to attract Fairy # 8. As Deku Link, launch into the Deku Flower 
    in front of the door that led to the mini-boss and fly onto the Deku Flower 
    in the middle of the room. Fly again to the door across from you and enter to 
    meet another mini-boss, Gekko. He's a bit tougher than the Metal Dinalfos, but 
    still pretty easy.  
    
    Slash Gekko until he summons his turtle friend. He will ride it and attempt to 
    flatten you. Change to Deku Link and burrow into a flower. When Gekko runs over 
    the flower, launch up and he will fling off the turtle and climb on the walls. 
    Change to normal Link and try to Z-target him. Once targeted, fire arrows until 
    you hit him. Continue this process a few more times.  When Gekko is defeated, 
    he turns into a frog (you'll use the frog later to get a Heart Piece, but you 
    can't get it now). Enter the door that has a fence around it and open the 
    colourful chest for the Boss Key. 
    
    
    Finding the Boss Door
    
    Backtrack to the top level of the main room. Use your bow and shoot an arrow 
    through the lit torch to light the torch on the centre platform. The platform 
    will rise and start spinning (it looks like a flower.) Jump onto the spinning 
    flower and take out your bow. You have to time this one well. Shoot an arrow 
    through the lit torch in the centre to light the unlit torch across the room 
    (it's next to the platform where the Stray Fairy in a bubble was).  When the 
    torch is lit, the barred door opens. 
    
    Jump over where the door is, then launch into the Deku Flower. Fly to the 
    torch that you lit (don't land right on it or you'll lose a life.) Step on 
    the switch next to the torch as normal Link to make a treasure chest appear. 
    Drop down into the water (it's no longer poisonous) and make your way up the 
    ramp to the chest. Open it for Fairy # 9. 
    
    Now that the water isn't poisonous and you have your Hero's Bow, go back to 
    the room with the stone block, which is left down the ramp & through the door. 
    Shoot an arrow at the beehive on the bottom of the high platform, then wear 
    the Great Fairy's Mask to get Fairy # 10. Then, shoot an arrow at the bubble 
    below the walkway, then wear the Great Fairy's Mask to attract and gain Fairy 
    # 11. 
    
    Exit back to the main room, then climb up the ladder to the top floor. Find 
    the door with the Deku Flower in front and enter (it's the door that you 
    opened by shooting an arrow through the flame to the un-lit torch across the 
    room.)  This can be tough, but make it easier for yourself. Use arrows to get 
    rid of the Skulltulas waiting for you on the ceiling and the dragonflies. 
    Then, go down the ladder and use the Deku Flower to launch to the right 
    platform (a cove in the wall.) Get the fairy there (Fairy # 12.) 
    
    Then, fly over to the third right cove and get Fairy # 13. Fly up again to 
    the left and get Fairy # 14 from yet another cove. Finally, from the right-
    most cove, use an arrow to pop the bubble over the flaming statue, then wear 
    the Great Fairy's Mask to attract Fairy # 15. Now, you have all the Stray 
    Fairies. We'll get them back in the Fairy Fountain later. 
    
    Now, using an arrow, hit the crystal switch across from you.  Quickly, turn 
    into Deku Link and fly over to the statue near the switch, then across to 
    the Boss Door. Turn into normal Link and enter the door to battle Odolwa. 
    You only require the sword to do this battle. 
    
    Odolwa is a tall warrior and has a powerful sword. Slash his legs and use 
    your shield to protect you from the sword. He may call upon spiders to 
    attack you. They are a good source of hearts. He may also make a ring of 
    fire, which you cannot get through. Just keep slashing his legs whenever 
    possible. You can use arrows as well if it's easier for you (thanks Gary 
    for the tip).  Once he's gone, collect the Heart Container, then step 
    into the blue light to get *Odolwa's Remains*, one of four Guardian Masks. 
    Now you will learn the Oath to Order from the weird-sounding guardian.  
    Very interesting... 
    
    
    More Errands
    
    After defeating Odolwa, the poison water is restored to normal and you are 
    transported to another area. Slash the vines on that tree with your sword, 
    then enter and talk to the Deku Princess. She will ask you to carry her 
    back to the Deku Palace. Use your empty bottle to hold her inside. Tight 
    squeeze! 
    
    Exit this area, cross the path to the next area, then hop into the water 
    below. Continue through the entrance to the Deku Palace. As Deku Link, 
    talk to the guards who'll let you through. Go straight to the Royal Chamber 
    and the Princess will ask to be dropped off in front of the king (her 
    father). In front of the king, drop her out of the bottle and the monkey 
    will be freed. Kudos is given and you are also given a gift that must be 
    picked up. 
    
    Exit the palace, outside where the two guards are. Go right, across the 
    swamp and enter the cave. This is the Deku Shrine. As normal Link, talk 
    to the butler. He will give you a special gift if you follow him. Put on 
    the Bunny Hood and quickly follow the butler through the maze. At one 
    point, you'll need to shoot a crystal switch with an arrow to put out 
    the flames (or you can change into Deku Link & spin at the switch, then 
    change back to normal Link). All the other obstacles are fairly self-
    explanatory. At the end, he will reward you with the *Mask of Scents*. 
    Step into the blue light to be transported outside. 
    
    Now, before moving on to the next dungeon, return to Woodfall (fly to the 
    owl statue.) Turn and face the wall. See the hole? As Deku Link, dive into 
    the flower and land on a pillar with another flower. Launch and fly up 
    into the cave. As normal Link, walk to the fountain and all 15 stray 
    fairies will combine to form the Great Fairy. She will grant you a new 
    sword technique, the *Spin Attack*. 
    
    Depending on the day, you may need to redo tasks, such as saving Koume in 
    the forest, beating Odolwa and taking the picture of the Deku King. If 
    it's Day 1, you can go to the boat cruise centre and give the pictograph 
    to the man there for a Heart Piece. If not, you'll need to do it again. 
    You can also show him a picture of his son, Tingle, for a *Heart Piece* or, 
    later when you've already gotten it, you can get a Silver Rupee. 
    
    Now, talk to the old hag inside and she'll offer you a free boat cruise 
    with a twist. Using your bow, you must hit 20 targets by the time the 
    cruise is over. Make sure you don't hit the witch 10 times or you 
    automatically lose. If you lose, she'll charge you rupees to play again, 
    so be careful and precise! When you finally win, you get a *Heart Piece*. 
    
    Exit this area of Southern Swamp and backtrack to the main entrance where 
    Tingle is. Go through the other entrance to the Swamp Shooting Gallery. 
    This game is fun, but costs 20 rupees a try. Shoot all the enemies (birds, 
    scrubs and Wolfoses) to win. Be sure to get the hidden scrubs (one is on 
    the left on top of a stone wall and the other is on a tree to the right.) 
    If you happen to miss some enemies at one point, they will re-appear again 
    later. When you win, you receive the *Large Quiver* that holds 40 arrows. 
    Play again and win to get a *Heart Piece*. 
    
    Now, return to Clock Town. Go to the West side and enter the Bomb Shop 
    (it's across from the banker.) Buy the *Bomb Bag* for 50 rupees. On Day 1, 
    stop the burglar in North Clock Town again. Head back to the Bomb Shop and 
    buy the *Big Bomb Bag*. Now, you can get your horse back (later)!  
    
    In East Clock Town, play the Shooting Gallery, beat the high score and win 
    the *Largest Quiver*.  Win a second time with a perfect score for a *Heart 
    Piece*.  Play the Song of Time and go back to Day 1.  
    
    On all three days, play at the Deku Playground in North Clock Town (use the 
    Deku flower to reach the hole inside the fenced-in area).  Win all three 
    days to get a *Heart Piece*.  There's a similar activity at Honey & 
    Darling's in East Clock Town.  Play a different game each of the three days 
    and win all three for a *Heart Piece*.  
    
    Collect the Land Title Deed in South Clock Town (by trading the Moon's Tear) 
    and enter the Stock Pot Inn via the roof (use the Deku flower nearby and 
    enter the door) between midnight and 6 a.m. of any day.  On the bottom floor 
    in a cove that acts as a bathroom, a hand will pop out and ask for paper.  
    Give him the deed and you'll get a *Heart Piece*.  
    
    In the Astral Observatory where you get the Moon's Tear, peer in the 
    telescope and look for a Deku Merchant flying around the Clock Tower.  
    Follow him with the telescope until he lands in a hole.  Exit out the east 
    gate to Termina Field and search by the trees surrounding the back of the 
    observatory.  Drop through the hole and talk to the Deku.  Refuse his first 
    offer of 150 rupees, then pay 100 rupees for the *Heart Piece*.  
    
    Lastly, in Termina Field, at the south end, drop through the hole hidden by 
    the Deku Baba in the tall grass by the entrance to Milk Road.  Defeat the 
    Peahat inside with arrows for a *Heart Piece*.  If it doesn't fly up on its
    own, make sure it's daytime & you have a full stock of arrows.
    
    Return to Day 1 and play the Inverted Song of Time to slow down time. Stock 
    up on arrows and bombs. Head back to North Clock Town and exit through the 
    North Gate to Termina Field.
    
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                              *Mountain Village*
    
    
    Items/Weapons:  Snowhead Map, Lens of Truth
    Masks:  2  //  12/28- Goron Mask, Don Gero Mask
    Heart Pieces:  1  //  20/52
    Empty Bottles:  0  //  1/6
    Owl Statues:  2  //  6/10
    Songs:  Goron Lullaby
    
    The Lens of Truth
    
    Go down the ramp to the snow area and search for a hole by the mushroom-
    shaped platforms.  Drop through and fight two Dodongos by shooting arrows at 
    their tails.  Defeat both for a *Heart Piece*.  Back outside, climb up the 
    ramp ahead, then up another one. Shoot the icicle at the top (Tatl will let 
    you Z- Target it) with two arrows, then enter the new area. 
    
    Go straight, then follow the map left. Bomb the big snowballs blocking your 
    path and continue to the Mountain Village. You should see an *Owl Statue* 
    near the small bridge. Hit it to remember your spot. If you want to, you can 
    talk to the hungry Goron nearby. You'll save him later. Go behind the log 
    cabin and enter another area. 
    
    Watching for Wolfoses that pop up, go over the bridges and stop to buy the 
    *Snowhead Map* from Tingle for 20 rupees (if he's not on the ground, pop his 
    balloon.) Continue across and into the next area. Go around the snow-covered 
    houses and drop to the lowest level. Walk around and you'll find Kaepora 
    Gaebora, the wise owl who also appeared in the Ocarina of Time game. Follow 
    him over the big gap by jumping on the feathers he drops. He'll lead you to a 
    cave. Enter and open the big chest for the *Lens of Truth*. You can use it in 
    this cave and bomb the boulders (the left one has some rupees in a chest.) 
    
    
    The Goron Mask & Goron Lullaby
    
    Exit and use the Lens of Truth to see the winding path. Follow it to the end 
    and, if you still have the Lens on, you can see a ghost! Talk to him, then 
    follow him when he asks you to. Don't keep the Lens on too much or you'll 
    lose a lot of magic power. You can see his shadow on the ground and use it as 
    a guide when the Lens is turned off. He'll stop and wait for you at different 
    points. When he stops, turn on the Lens of Truth and he'll continue. At one 
    point, you need to hop across ice platforms to a wall. Use the Lens of Truth 
    to see a ladder. Go right, left and right at the ladder "forks". You'll 
    eventually make it to the Goron Graveyard. 
    
    Talk to him again to learn he is Darmani, a deceased Goron King.  Play the 
    Song of Healing to heal him. You'll now receive the *Goron Mask*! Put the mask 
    on to become the reincarnation of Darmani. Read the tombstone to learn basic 
    moves (or see my Basic Controls and Actions page for info.) Pull the back of 
    the tombstone to fill the area with hot water. Fill up a bottle with hot water 
    and exit the area quickly. 
    
    Turn back to normal Link and dump the hot water on the frozen Goron (the one 
    in ice.) Go back to the last area with the hot water and refill another bottle. 
    Quickly, wearing your Bunny Hood, head out and back to the area where you got 
    the map before the water cools down. Go to the lower ground and find the 
    snowball that seems bigger to Tatl (he'll fly to it and turn green.) As Goron 
    Link, punch the snowball to reveal an old frozen Goron (he's called the Goron 
    Elder.) Still as Goron Link, dump the hot water on him to revive him. Talk to 
    him 2 or 3 times. He won't do much for you, unfortunately, after that long 
    trip to save him, but it will help for later. 
    
    Head back to the last area where you got the Lens of Truth. On the lower 
    grounds, search for the Goron Shrine (it's a big, hard door with a sign next 
    to it.) Do a Goron Stomp to open the door. Enter! You'll hear an annoying 
    crying baby. Head up to the top and go through the opening. Talk to the 
    crying baby, then exit. 
    
    Head back to the Goron Graveyard and fill another bottle with hot water. With 
    the Bunny Hood on, quickly head back to the map area, where you'll find the 
    Goron Elder frozen solid again (that same snowball.) Punch the snowball as 
    Goron Link and revive him with the hot water as Goron Link. Talk to him twice 
    and you'll mention the crying baby and the old Goron will teach you part of 
    the Goron Lullaby. He doesn't remember the rest of it. That's okay, he is old 
    after all! 
    
    Head back to the Goron Shrine and play the Goron Lullaby (the part that you 
    know) in front of the baby Goron. The baby will sing the rest and the song 
    will be complete. Almost every Goron in the shrine will fall asleep! The 
    torches will be lit in the baby's room. As normal Link, wearing the Bunny 
    Hood, light a Deku Stick, then run around and light all the torches in the 
    shrine. When you do, the chandelier on the ceiling will start spinning. As 
    Goron Link, in front of the baby's room, roll towards the chandelier and 
    build up speed. When you're fully loaded, roll over the small ramp into the 
    chandelier. Try to break the spinning pots. One of them will drop a big piece 
    of meat. 
    
    As Goron Link, carry the meat out of the shrine and go back to the area where 
    the hungry Goron was. Throw the meat up there and the Goron will reward you 
    with the *Don Gero Mask* (a frog). When you're finished that, you are ready 
    to start the next dungeon, Snowhead Temple. While in this area, after freeing 
    the hungry Goron, go over the small bridge to a new area. As Goron Link, roll 
    over the gaps and watch out for the snowballs! Make your way through and hit 
    the *Owl Statue* at the end so you don't have to go through that last area 
    again! 
    
    A big Goron is blocking the entrance to the temple. Take out your Ocarina 
    (drums as Goron Link) and play the newly learned Goron Lullaby. The Goron 
    will fall asleep and fall off the edge of the cliff! Go up the path, avoiding 
    snowballs and Wolfos. At the top, enter Snowhead Temple.
    
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                              *Snowhead Temple*
    
    
    Items/Weapons:  Fire Arrows, Big Magic Meter, Razor Sword, Gilded Sword, 
    Biggest Bomb Bag
    Masks:  1  //  13/28- Goht's Remains
    Heart Pieces:  3  //  23/52
    Empty Bottles:  1  //  2/6
    Owl Statues:  0  //  6/10
    Songs:  None
    
    Getting the Dungeon Map & Compass
    
    I suggest slowing down time with the Inverted Song of Time. In the first 
    room, get rid of those annoying white Boes. Then, as Goron Link, push the 
    block forward to create a path. Get rid of the Wolfos, then go through the 
    open door. Line yourself up with the bridge and time it so you'll roll over 
    the bumps, avoiding the Freezards' cold breath. If you fall, just climb that 
    ladder to the top and start again. When you're at the end, change to normal 
    Link and try to nab that Stray Fairy under the middle pillar under the bridge 
    (she's in a bubble) with an arrow, then wear the Great Fairy Mask to attract 
    her to you for Fairy # 1. 
    
    Burst the bubble under the platform in front of you, then wear the Great 
    Fairy's Mask to get Fairy # 2. Then go right through the opening (not the 
    door). Open the chest to receive the Dungeon Map and collect Fairy # 3 in 
    the corner of the room. Go back to the last area and enter the other door to 
    your right. Go through the gold-bordered door. 
    
    Looking left, you'll see a stack of 2 grey blocks against the wall. Pull them 
    out to reveal a secret cove. Open the small chest inside to get a Small Key. 
    Push and pull the stack of blocks to the end of the small snow-covered floor 
    and a chest will appear out of your reach. That's a Stray Fairy, but you'll 
    get it later. Exit back to the last area. Take the stairs next to the blue-
    bordered door to the lower level. As Goron Link, find a switch on a small 
    lava pit. Step on it to make a small chest appear. Open it to get Fairy # 4. 
    
    Go back up the stairs nearby and through the blue door. Head over the bridge 
    or take the ladder at the bottom. Go back to the room before this one with 
    the Wolfos. Open the locked door with your key. Open the chest for the 
    Compass, then bomb the wall up ahead. Take the stairs up to a room with many 
    icicles on the ceiling. Watch where you step, but get up on the platforms. 
    
    
    Getting the Fire Arrows
    
    Using the Lens of Truth, you can see an opening in the right wall. Using the 
    Bunny Hood, jump through it and open the chest for Fairy #5. Jump back out 
    and climb onto a platform. Shoot the centre icicle twice with arrows and it 
    will break the ice block in the middle. Climb up and onto the platform ahead. 
    
    Punch the giant snowball as Goron Link and open the chest for a Small Key. 
    Enter the locked door below using your key. Using the Lens of Truth, see the 
    Stray Fairy on the ceiling. Pop the bubble, then wear the Great Fairy Mask to 
    attract it (Fairy #6). Here's a little puzzle that involves switching between 
    human and Goron Link and doing some Goron Stomping (and running!). First, nab 
    all the white Boes to make things easier (when you get the Fire Arrows, melt 
    the ice barrier at left for a shortcut to the door). Then, Goron Stomp the 
    first circular platform near the entrance, which will cause a smaller 
    platform to rise up. Hop over to the raised green one nearby and Goron Stomp 
    that one. Then, Goron Stomp the 2nd yellow one. As normal Link, go to the 
    green switch on the snowy ground and jump to the open door. Quickly, enter 
    the door before it gets blocked off again. Roll across the bridge and over 
    the gap to the other side. Carefully, roll over the snow against the wall. 
    
    Instead of entering that door, turn around and roll across another gap. Enter 
    the door at the end to battle a mini-boss, Wizrobe (Phase 1). Wizrobe is a 
    wizard that has one attack mode: shooting a ball of ice at you. He appears 
    and disappears using the teleport pads. The easiest way to beat him is to 
    stand in one spot at all times and use your arrows to fire at him. The first 
    part of the battle is easy as he appears in one spot. After a while, he will 
    clone and appear in all the pads, but only one Wizrobe is real. Shoot the 
    real one.  When he's space dust, collect the *Fire Arrows* in the chest. 
    
    
    Getting the Boss Key & Finding the Boss Door
    
    Drop to the lower level with the platform and doors with the colourful 
    borders (sorry about the pain, Link!) and shoot Fire Arrows at the ice-
    covered openings. Go through the green-bordered door that's next to the gold 
    one. Using the Fire Arrows, melt all three Freezards (ice-blowing enemies.) 
    When they're gone, a chest appears. Open it for Fairy #7. Shoot Fire Arrows 
    at the torches to light them (there are 3 in total). This opens another door. 
    
    Enter it and Goron Stomp the platform to rise the main platform. Exit to the 
    last room and then again. Drop to the very bottom of the main room and then 
    climb the stairs.  Go through the blue-bordered door and back a room, then 
    through the door across that was locked before.  Push the block forward 
    against the wall. Climb to the top and enter the door. Hop across to the 
    other side. Open the chest that you couldn't reach to get Stray Fairy # 8.  
    
    Go back and toss a bomb at the wooden crate nearby to release the fairy. 
    Attract Fairy # 9. Use a Fire Arrow to melt the giant ice block, then step on 
    the switch, push the block forward, right and then up to reach the chest with 
    Fairy # 10.  Go back 2x and across the bridge.  Melt the Freezards, then melt 
    the ice block to open the chest with a Small Key inside. 
    
    As normal Link, hop over to the room where you got the Dungeon Map. Stand on
    the platform and shoot a fire arrow at the Freezard to get him out of the way, 
    then shoot the ice-covered eyeball switch to raise the platform you're 
    standing on. Using the Lens of Truth, you can see a line of blocks in the air. 
    Climb each one and hop across to a cove. Open the chest for Fairy #11. Get 
    back up on the high floor of the room and enter the door. Now you are in the 
    main room in its new position. 
    
    Roll against the snow piles on the wall or use the small ladder. Punch the ice 
    layers on the platform. Shoot the ice-covered opening with a Fire Arrow, then 
    enter it. Punch another ice layer on the platform. Roll over the snow-covered 
    wall (carefully). Punch yet another ice layer, then enter the locked door 
    using the key you have. Defeat the Eenos (snowball throwing enemies). Use the 
    Lens of Truth to see a Stray Fairy. Pop the bubble, attract it with the Great 
    Fairy Mask (Fairy #12), then enter the next door (shoot a fire arrow at the 
    ice). Beat the two Dinalfos to collect two Stray Fairies (one for each enemy; 
    that's Fairy #13 and Fairy #14). 
    
    Go through the door to the next area. Drop to the platform below, in the 
    middle. To get the last Stray Fairy, burrow into the flower as Deku Link and 
    using the Lens of Truth, fly down and right to the opening with the chest and 
    a Deku Flower in front and SLOWLY drop into it (#15). Make your way back up to 
    the 4th floor bridge. Punch the big snowballs blocking a path (as Goron 
    Link). Follow the path to the next room. Roll over the gap to the Boss Door. 
    
    We don't have the Boss Key yet, so, as Deku Link, dive into the flower and 
    fly below to the door with two icicles next to it (to your left when your 
    back is to the Boss Door). Enter the open door to fight Wizrobe again in 
    Phase 2. Wizrobe is back. Same deal as the last fight, except there are more 
    teleporting pads and, therefore, more clones in the second half of the battle. 
    Use the same strategies as before.  When he disappears, go through the open 
    door and collect the Boss Key from the colourful chest. 
    
    Backtrack up the stairs and roll across the gap and open the door with the 
    Boss Key for the battle with Goht. This is a wickedly fun battle!! Shoot a 
    fire arrow at the frozen boss to start the fight. This is the best roller 
    coaster ever. Change to Goron Link and roll around the circular area. Bang 
    into Goht with your spiked shell and he will send a blue shockwave at you. 
    Avoid it and repeat this process. He will then start throwing bombs and rocks 
    and pillars will grow out of the ground. Avoid all of this and continue 
    banging into him. If you bang him enough times in a row, he will fall and all 
    you need to do is roll into his body continuously. It will be hard the first 
    time you battle him, but if you continue playing the game over and over again, 
    you'll love it!!  Collect the Heart Container, then step into the blue light 
    to get the 2nd Guardian Mask, *Goht's Remains*. 
    
    
    Even More Errands
    
    Once you finish that temple, Mountain Village is returned to normal. Go to 
    the Great Fairy Fountain on the first level of Snowhead Temple for the *Big 
    Magic Meter*. Now, you can get a few things. 
    
    If you beat Goht after Day 1, play the Song of Time, then the Inverted Song 
    of Time, warp to Snowhead, warp to the boss by using the platform in the very 
    first room and beat Goht again. Otherwise, on Day 1, slow down time by playing 
    the Inverted Song of Time. Go to the area where the Goron Shrine is and find 
    the cave with the big Goron inside that sells powder kegs (look for the sign). 
    
    He'll train you in order to use them. Take the keg and throw it over the 
    steps one by one until you're outside. Go forward on the ramps and turn 
    right. Go through the opening into the area with Tingle. Go over the bridges 
    and stop at the end of the last one. Turn right. Throw the keg up each step 
    and place it in front of the boulder. Talk to the baby Goron and he'll 
    explain what is behind the boulder. When it blows up, you can enter the Goron 
    Races. 
    
    This is kind of fun. Go inside and talk to the baby again. Roll through the 
    obstacles (trees, bombs and bumps in the track) and hit the green pots for 
    magic refills. Finish in first place to win a new *Empty Bottle* with Gold 
    Dust inside! Cool. Now what do we do with that? 
    
    If you have the Adult Wallet (earned after depositing a total of 200 rupees 
    in the bank) and 100 rupees in your wallet, first go back to the Goron with 
    the powder kegs to be approved. Get one free powder keg, then head back to 
    the area before the main village with the log cabin. As normal Link, enter 
    the cabin on Day 1. Talk to the guy and the weird metal one. He'll fix your 
    Kokiri sword to a *Razor Sword*. Exit and play the Song of Double Time. 
    Advance to Dawn of Day 2. Enter and get the Razor Sword. Talk to him again 
    and give him the bottle of Gold Dust when prompted to. He'll fix your sword 
    again. Exit and advance to Dawn of the Final Day. Enter and he'll give you 
    the *Gilded Sword* along with your empty bottle back.  
    
    Before moving on to the next dungeon, you can play the Treasure Chest Game 
    in East Clock Town.  Play as Goron Link to win the *Heart Piece*.  
    
    In Termina Field, find four holes (under a rock between the north and west 
    ends; near the Milk Road entrance by the tall grass; on the left side of 
    the back of the observatory; and in the north end on the right side where 
    snow meets grass).  As Goron Link, play the Goron Lullaby to each red 
    Gossip Stone.  On the fourth one, you'll get a *Heart Piece*.  
    
    In the Deku Merchant side quest, get the Swamp Title Deed and head to the 
    area of Snowhead off the Goron Shrine.  When you find the merchant, first 
    talk to him as a Goron and pay 100 rupees to exchange for the *Biggest 
    Bomb Bag*.  As a Deku, give him the Swamp Title Deed and use the flower to 
    reach a *Heart Piece*.  
    
    Now, you should return to Dawn of the First Day and continue on. 
    
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                                *Romani Ranch*
    
    
    Items/Weapons:  Epona
    Masks:  1  //  14/28- Romani Mask
    Heart Pieces:  1  //  24/52
    Empty Bottles:  1  //  3/6
    Owl Statues:  0  //  6/10
    Songs:  Epona's Song
    
    
    Reigning in Epona
    
    I figured I'd make a separate page in the walkthrough for this part. Since 
    you have the Goron Mask, ability to hold Powder Kegs and the Hero's Bow, you 
    can get your horse, Epona, back! First, start over at Day 1. Play the 
    Inverted Song of Time to slow down time. Get 50 rupees in your wallet and 
    head to West Clock Town's Bomb Shop. As Goron Link, talk to the goron inside. 
    
    Buy a Powder Keg for 50 rupees. Warp to Milk Road and place the keg next to 
    the big boulder that the guy is hacking at. Enter the ranch as normal Link. 
    Take the right path at the fork and Tatl will again recognize your horse. 
    Talk to Romani (the little girl outside) and she will name you Grasshopper! 
    She will also let you practice for when "they" come. You will be on Epona. 
    
    Shoot all 10 orange dummies in under 2 minutes. You win *Epona* back along 
    with the song to call her from anywhere in Termina Field, Epona's Song. Once 
    you learn that, you are also "recruited" to stop the real aliens tonight at 2 
    a.m. That's a long time from now.  
    
    You can head over to Mamamu Yan's Doggy Racetrack. Talk to the lady and then 
    select a dog. Show the dog to the lady and bet 50 rupees on the dog to win. 
    If your dog comes in 1st place on that bet, you win a *Heart Piece*. If it 
    comes in at least 5th place, you win some rupees back.  It's easier to win 
    when you get the Mask of Truth later on.  I'll remind you about that when 
    you get it.  The idea is to keep picking confident dogs and you'll 
    eventually get it (a tidbit: I won the Heart Piece in my first file without 
    the Mask of Truth!)
    
    Anyway....play the Inverted Song of Time again and restore the time speed 
    to normal. Play the Song of Double Time to advance to 6:00 p.m. Now, you 
    need to wait until 2:00 a.m. You can enter the house and talk to Romani and 
    her sister, Cremia for a while. Practice jumping and running with Epona. 
    
    At 2:00 a.m., Romani will come out of her house and enter the barn to 
    protect the cows. You do not need to use Epona when hunting the aliens. You 
    can wear the Bunny Hood and run around shooting them as long as you stay 
    near the barn. I find that easier. Just remember to peek behind the barn 
    every once in a while and watch your map for the little white dots (those 
    are the aliens). The aliens appear at 2:30 a.m. and stop attacking at 5:30 
    a.m. Romani rewards you with a new *Empty Bottle* filled with milk. You 
    are finished Romani's entry in the Bombers' Notebook. 
    
    Play the Song of Double Time to advance to 6 p.m. on Day 2. Talk to Cremia, 
    who is making a delivery to the Milk Bar. Say Yes to her offer for a ride. 
    When she warns you about the attackers, take out your bow and shoot the two 
    guys continually until you make it out. Cremia rewards you with the *Romani 
    Mask*, which is used to enter the Milk Bar at night (it opens at 10 p.m.) You 
    are finished here!
    
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                         *Great Bay Coast, Zora Hall & Cape*
    
    
    Items/Weapons:  Great Bay Map
    Masks:  2  //  16/28- Zora Mask, Stone Mask
    Heart Pieces:  1  //  25/52
    Empty Bottles:  0  //  3/6
    Owl Statues:  2  //  8/10
    Songs:  None
    
    Meeting Mikau
    
    Make sure you're at Dawn of Day 1 and play the Inverted Song of Time to slow 
    down time. Now that you have Epona back, head through the West Gate in West 
    Clock Town. Call Epona and ride down the sandy path. Jump over the fences 
    until you reach Great Bay. Dismount at the watery area. See all those 
    seagulls? They're surrounding a Zora who is drowning. 
    
    Swim behind him and push him to shore. He takes a few steps and then 
    collapses. Talk to him and he'll sing his last song, explaining what is 
    happening in Great Bay. Play the Song of Healing to heal him. When he's 
    gone, you get the *Zora Mask* so you become the reincarnation of Mikau, a 
    member of the Zora band, the Indigo-Gos (remember Toto, their manager from 
    the Mayor's Residence?) You can read his memorial to learn how to use Zora 
    abilities. 
    
    Swim up to the building in the water ahead. Hit the *Owl Statue* as normal 
    Link to save that spot and buy the *Great Bay Map* from Tingle for 20 
    rupees. If you climb the ladder and enter the Marine Research Lab, you'll 
    notice a big empty aquarium. You need to find 7 Zora eggs and put them in 
    there when you find them. You should have 3 or 4 empty bottles by now. If 
    not, check the 4 Swords and 6 Bottles page and see if you can get one you 
    missed. It's okay if you only have a couple, but you'll need to do some 
    backtracking when your bottles are full with eggs. 
    
    Anyway....go back to the beach and go right to another area. See the fin on 
    that area across the water? Swim over there, then dive down to the bottom. 
    Watch out for the bony fish and Like- Likes. Enter the shark's mouth to get 
    to Zora Hall. You can't do too much here, but you can learn about the Indigo-
    Gos band members (Lulu, Japas, Evan and the drummer). Go right to the Zora 
    Shop's door, then go left to Zora Cape. There is Lulu, but she won't talk to 
    you. Hit the *Owl Statue* as normal Link to remember your spot. 
    
    Before we continue, go back to Clock Town (warp). Buy a Red Potion from the 
    Trading Post in West Clock Town and it will go into one of your bottles. 
    Head through the East Gate and call Epona. Go through the opening to Ikana 
    Valley. Jump the fences, then stop. See that circle of rocks? Take out the 
    Lens of Truth and use it to see a solider stuck in there. Talk to him with 
    the Lens on and he'll ask for your help. When prompted to, give him the 
    bottle with potion. He will reward you with the *Stone Mask*. This will 
    prevent some enemies from seeing you.  
    
    You can also head back to Snowhead Temple, defeat Goht again (unless you 
    already have in this day's agenda) and visit the area with Tingle.  Dive in 
    the water as Zora Link and collect the *Heart Piece* from the chest.  
    
    Warp back to Great Bay Coast and swim around in the first area. Look for a 
    waterfall with a couple of Like-Likes around and a bunch of tall spiny 
    things in the water.  If you find a Zora, you've gone too far. You can also 
    see 4 boards underwater with skull and crossbones on them. Bang into them as 
    Zora Link and one of them will reveal an entrance. This is the Gerudo's 
    Hideout. Enter the cave and continue on....
    
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                               *Gerudo Lagoon*
    
    
    Items/Weapons:  Hookshot
    Masks:  2  //  18/28- Mask of Truth, Circus Leader's Mask
    Heart Pieces:  10  //  35/52
    Empty Bottles:  1  //  4/6
    Owl Statues:  0  //  8/10
    Songs:  New Wave Bossa Nova
    
    
    Change back to normal Link and put on the Stone Mask. Jump into the water, 
    then hop on a boat when a guard comes by. Take a Pictograph of the guard 
    (you'll need it later). When you come towards a platform, jump off and onto 
    it. Switch to Goron Link and pound the switch to open an underwater area. As 
    normal Link, with the Stone Mask on, hop into the water. Change to Zora Link 
    and dive down. Nearby is the opening (look for orange swirls in the water, 
    then go just a bit forward from it, it's a big tunnel with a gold border).
     
    Swim into the opening. Once inside, dive down, pounding the board and you are 
    in a maze. Okay, here's how to get out of it. Pull the stone block towards 
    you as far as it will go. Go left and bang into the board to break it. Go 
    right, breaking another board, and push the stone block as far as possible. 
    
    Go right, then left twice and you're free! Step onto the orange swirls and 
    you're pushed up to another type of maze, but not as hard (even though the 
    last one wasn't all that hard!) Avoid the orange swirls and the spiked bombs. 
    Walk on the bottom. If you get into the orange swirls, you'll be pulled back 
    into the main area of the Pirate's Fortress and have to re-do the stuff 
    before. When you're at the end, surface and go through the door. 
    
    Almost the same room as the last one. Avoid the spikes and climb up on the 
    ramp. You can see a Heart Piece in a caged-in room. Climb up the left ramp 
    and bang into the barrels on the left. Quickly, step on the switch to open 
    the door to the *Heart Piece*, put on the Bunny Hood and run to it. 
    
    After you collect it, step on the switch behind you to open the door again. 
    Go back up that ramp and shoot the diamond switch with an arrow then, as 
    Zora Link, dive into the water nearby and swim through the opening to a new 
    room before it closes. Swim over the orange swirl, then climb the ladder. 
    
    This next room has a switch on the wall blocked by a gate, a switch on the 
    floor and a grate. Stand on the floor switch to open the gate blocking the 
    other switch. Scoot over to the grate and shoot the switch with an arrow 
    before it closes up again. A water spout will act as an elevator pushing 
    you up. Climb the ladder and you'll see a telescope. You can look through 
    it to see the Gerudos walking around their hideout. 
    
    Turn and shoot an arrow at the switch across from you. The door below will 
    open, so enter it. Wear the Stone Mask and go around the bend, then through 
    the opening. Now you're in the area that you may have seen through the 
    telescope in the last room. Wearing the Stone Mask, go to the centre of the 
    area and climb the ladder. Cross the bridge to the other side and enter the 
    door. 
    
    Walk forward and a cinema will start. You'll hear a couple of Gerudos 
    talking. After it's done, shoot an arrow through the barred window at the 
    beehive. The bees will scare away the guards. Exit to the bridge outside 
    and turn right. Drop down a level to another door. Enter it and you're in 
    the room where those guards were just now. Open the big chest for the 
    *Hookshot*! This is useful for hooking onto targets and other things. 
    
    In this room, hookshot to the wooden board above the aquarium. As Zora 
    Link, dive down and scoop up the Zora Egg into a bottle. Climb out and exit 
    back to the outside area with all those guards around. Keep the Stone Mask 
    on all the time while around these guards or they'll see you. Go to the 
    northwest part of this big area and hookshot on the black and white targets. 
    
    Enter the door and walk past the guard. Enter another door and a Gerudo Guard 
    will come out to fight. Just fight her like you do the Wolfos. Use the sword 
    to attack and the shield to defend. After she's defeated, enter the door with 
    the torches on either side of it and you'll find the Second Zora Egg in 
    another aquarium. Dive down as Zora Link and scoop it up in another bottle. 
    
    Backtrack to the big outdoor area. Go to the right side of the area and find 
    another door. Enter and go past the guard. Go through another door to fight 
    another Gerudo Guard. Same strategy as before. When she's gone, enter the 
    other door and collect the Third Zora Egg in another bottle. You might be out 
    of bottles by now, but you can play the Song of Soaring and warp to Great 
    Bay, then drop the eggs off in the big aquarium in the Marine Research Lab 
    any time. 
    
    When you return to the Lagoon, hitch a ride on a pirate boat (wearing the 
    Stone Mask), get off on the platform at left, hookshot to the black & white 
    target, go up the ramp and into the big guard infested area. Head to the back 
    of the settlement in the northeast corner of the map. Hookshot up to the last 
    door. Walk past the guard outside and into the room. 
    
    Pass the guards in this small room. Open the chest for a Silver Rupee, then 
    go through the next door. Go through the room and fight the Gerudo Guard. 
    Collect the Fourth Zora Egg. Warp to Great Bay and drop off all the Zora Eggs 
    you have (4 total). 
    
    In the first area of Great Bay on the beach, find the Fisherman's Hut. 
    Remember that Pictograph you took of a Gerudo Pirate? If you don't have it, 
    just go back to the first area of the fortress and take a picture of a guard. 
    Talk to the guy, then to the seahorse and give the guy the picture when 
    prompted to. He'll give you the seahorse in one of your bottles. You need to 
    drop the seahorse off at Pinnacle Rock. 
    
    Swim out in the water in the first area of Great Bay and look for two big 
    pillars sticking out of the water. Sink down near there and walk forward. You 
    are transported to Pinnacle Rock. Drop the seahorse off and talk to him. He'll 
    lead you to the area where you can help him. Follow him (he'll stop at each 
    sign). You need to defeat all the sea snakes in the underwater area ahead to 
    free the seahorse's friend. 
    
    Look in all of those holes to find them. Be careful and stand next to them, 
    not in front of them, because he pokes his head out and might attack you. The 
    ones at the bottom of the lake are easy, because you can stand on land, but 
    the others are a bit trickier. You need to stand in the hole just next to 
    them. Hit them with your boomerang twice to defeat them. Not every hole has a 
    Zora Egg in it, but three of them do. Collect each Zora Egg found. After you 
    beat all the sea snakes, the seahorses will appear and be reunited. They 
    reward you with a *Heart Piece*. 
    
    Head back to the Marine Research Lab (just float up to the top and walk 
    forward. He'll reappear at Great Bay. Just go forward and swim) and put the 
    remaining Zora Eggs into the big aquarium. The scientist will summon you to 
    the front of the tank. Take out your guitar and play the song after it shows 
    up. The new song is called the New Wave Bossa Nova. This song will get you 
    to Great Bay Temple.  
    
    Now, go out and collect 4 fish in each of your bottles. Come back to the lab 
    and drop each fish into that other tank with the two weird-looking fish in it 
    already. One fish will eat all the small fish, then grow big and eat his pal! 
    He'll blow you a *Heart Piece* kiss!  
    
    Play the Song of Time and save your game.  Now that you have the Hookshot, 
    you can collect a few things before actually entering the temple ahead.  After 
    10 p.m., enter the Milk Bar in East Clock Town by wearing your Romani Mask.  
    Talk to Toto as human, Deku, Goron, and Zora Link and play the notes as 
    instructed to.  You will eventually play Ballad of the Wind Fish, a classic 
    Zelda tune, and Gorman will give you the *Circus Leader's Mask*.  
    
    Exit through the west gate and head towards Great Bay.  Find a boulder in the 
    sand and bomb or Goron punch it to enter.  Shoot the beehives on the roof of 
    the cave, then dive down as Zora Link to collect a *Heart Piece*.  
    
    Get the Scarecrow's Song from the observatory, then warp to Mountain Village.  
    Head towards Snowhead and get over the first gap as a Goron.  Walk towards 
    the second gap, then use the Lens of Truth to see a series of ice platforms.  
    Hop across them till you reach a big gap.  Play the Scarecrow's Song to 
    summon him, then hookshot to him and get the *Heart Piece*.  
    
    Warp to Great Bay Coast and head into the eastern area on the beach off Zora 
    Hall.  Head past the Zoras on the beach to a stretch of sand with some 
    broken branches.  Hookshot to the closest tree above, then across more trees 
    to Waterfall Rapids.  As Zora Link, dive into the water and meet up with the 
    beaver jet-skiing on the water.  Sink down and talk to him to race.  Get 
    through 20 rings in the course in 2 minutes, then race the big brother beaver 
    through 25 rings to win an *Empty Bottle*.  Exit the area, then re-enter and 
    talk to them on the platform.  Race through 20 rings in 1 1/2 minutes, then 
    25 rings in 1 1/2 minutes to win a *Heart Piece*.  Outside the beavers' home, 
    dive into the waterfall pond and defeat the Like-Like with your shock attack 
    (R+B) for a *Heart Piece*.  
    
    With the Scarecrow's Song still activated, buy a Magic Bean from the salesman 
    in the Deku Palace maze and fill a bottle with spring water.  In Great Bay, 
    head towards the Pirate's Fortress to a stretch of lands with platforms higher 
    up.  Look for a hookshot target and pull yourself up there.  Continue 
    hookshotting to a soft soil spot.  Plant the bean, then water it and use the 
    plant to reach a distant platform.  Play the Scarecrow's Song, then hookshot 
    to him and get the *Heart Piece*.  
    
    Now warp to Zora Cape and head back into Zora Hall.  As a Zora, find the 
    drummer inside his dressing room.  Hookshot to the tree and read the diary.  
    Write down or memorize both parts of the song (should be A, C-down, C-right, 
    A and C-down, C-right, C-left, C-down).  Exit and find Japas (the guitarist)'s 
    room.  Write down both of Japas' parts and play your own after each of his.  
    
    The song should be C-right, C-right, C-down, A, A, C-down, C-right, A, C-left, 
    C-left, C-right, C-down, C-down, C-right, C-left, C-down).  With the entire 
    song's tune, find Evan (the pianist)'s room and as human Link, play the entire 
    song standing by Evan to win a *Heart Piece*.  
    
    While here, in the Deku Merchant side quest, bring the Mountain Title Deed 
    into Lulu's room and, as Goron Link, show it to the merchant.  Use the Deku 
    flower to reach the *Heart Piece* above.  Whew!  
    
    Now, you have the ability to complete the 1st Skulltula House if you want to 
    now.  See my section on that.  You'll win the *Mask of Truth*.  Remember that 
    the mask is useful to get the Heart Piece at the doggy racetrack at Romani 
    Ranch.  
    
    Now, on Day 1 preferably, slow down time, then warp to Zora Cape and, as 
    Zora Link, play the New Wave Bossa Nova to Lulu. She will sing and a huge 
    turtle will appear to take you to Great Bay Temple. Hookshot to the palm 
    tree on his back and away you go!
    
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                              *Great Bay Temple*
    
    
    Items/Weapons:  Ice Arrows, Double Defense
    Masks:  1  //  19/28- Gyorg's Remains
    Heart Pieces:  2  //  37/52
    Empty Bottles:  0  //  4/6
    Owl Statues:  0  //  8/10
    Songs:  None
    
    
    Getting the Dungeon Map & Compass
    
    When you first enter, shoot a fire arrow at each of the torches in the room 
    to make a chest appear. Open it for Fairy #1. Enter the door ahead. You are 
    in the a machinery room that controls the flow of water throughout the 
    temple. Turn left and look up. See the Skulltula? Shoot it with an arrow, 
    then wear the Great Fairy's Mask to gain Fairy #2. As Zora Link, dive down to 
    the bottom of the water. Look below the platform you were just standing on. 
    
    Pop the bubble and collect Fairy #3. Look for a switch underwater (it looks 
    like a key). Push or pull it and it will disappear. You'll also hear a 
    confirmation sound. You've turned on a water spout and activated the other 
    elevator next to the entrance. Swim back to the entrance and take the other 
    elevator. Get rid of the Skulltulas then, as Zora Link, jump on the water 
    spout when it's low enough. Hop to the platform, then through the opening to 
    the next room. This room has a rotating blade in the middle, but they act as 
    platforms, not really blades. The water is being turned around, too. 
    
    From here, go down to the perimeter below and look down into the water. Do 
    you see the pot in the middle of the floor below? Shoot it with an arrow, 
    then wear the Great Fairy's Mask to gain Fairy #4. Another fairy is in this 
    room. Look for barrels on top of a high platform. Hookshot to them (hook 
    onto the barrels), then bang into it for Fairy #5. As Zora Link, jump into 
    the water in the centre and dive down. The current will push you into a 
    room, but you need to be on the level of openings just above the floor, not 
    the ones on the floor. 
    
    When you enter, you should see a chest. Get up onto a platform and hookshot 
    to the chest. Open it for the Dungeon Map. Look across from the chest and 
    hookshot the pots to break them. A Stray Fairy comes out of one of them. 
    Wear the Great Fairy's Mask and collect Fairy #6. Now, dive down and hit 
    the hands blocking the opening with your boomerang. Go through that opening. 
    
    Get rid of all the Deku Babas on the lily pads, then hop up onto one. You 
    should see another Deku Baba across from a door. Get rid of him and a chest 
    appears. Open it for Fairy #7. Hop over to the door and enter. Shoot the 
    bomb dog with an arrow. Hookshot to the gold chest and open it for the 
    Compass. 
    
    
    Getting the Ice Arrows
    
    Dive into the water as Zora Link and get rid of the Deku Babas and the 
    hand. Open that chest for a Small Key. Shoot the pot among the two hands 
    and wear the Great Fairy Mask to attract Fairy #8. Take the vent next to 
    the door (sink down) to return to the main room. Find another opening on 
    the bottom level with a red pipe going into it (current should push you 
    in). 
    
    Float up and climb the red pipe. Enter the locked door using your key. Fill 
    up on arrows, magic, hearts, etc. from the pots and the Chuchus. Enter the 
    next door to engage in a fight with Wart, a mini-boss. This boss is pretty 
    tough. It's a big eyeball with many bubbles surrounding it. First, look up 
    and "stare" into its eye to get the battle started. Shoot a fire arrow at 
    the bubbles to separate them, then slash them as they bounce around. Get 
    rid of all or almost all the bubbles. Shoot a standard arrow into Wart's 
    big eye. After a few hits to the eye, he moves very quickly around the room, 
    banging into walls and maybe you! Shoot at the eye when you can. After a 
    few more hits, Wart explodes, so watch out.  When he blows up, open the 
    chest that appears for the *Ice Arrows*. 
    
    
    Getting the Boss Key
    
    Backtrack to the last room. Go down the red pipe and shoot the Octorok in 
    front of you with an Ice Arrow to freeze him into an ice block. Hop across it 
    and over to the switch. Push it and it will disappear, causing the red pipe 
    to start pumping. That is actually your goal in this temple, to activate all 
    the pipes. Now, exit through the vent in the wall to the main room. Float up 
    and hop onto a platform. Hop onto one of the rotating blade platforms, then 
    climb to the connecting platform. See the water flowing over the ladder? 
    
    Shoot the water at the grate above with an Ice Arrow to freeze the water. 
    Climb the ladder and enter the door. Hookshot to the barrel to the left. Use 
    Ice Arrows to create platforms to the switch by shooting them into the water. 
    You may need the Bunny Hood to make the last jump. Turn the key to activate 
    the pipe. Hookshot back to the barrel, then look right. Shoot Ice Arrows into 
    the water towards the wall. Get as close to the wall as you can, then quickly 
    look up and hookshot to the target on the ceiling. Look around for a chest 
    and open it for Fairy #9, then exit back to the last room. 
    
    Sink down in the water again and return to the room where you got the 
    Dungeon Map. Hookshot to the chest again. This time, look towards the door 
    and use the Ice Arrows to make platforms in the water (yet again). Go through 
    the door at the end. Shoot an ice arrow at the clear Chuchu to make a big 
    ice block. Push the block towards the centre platform. Climb up to the switch 
    and turn it to activate the pipe. Exit to the last room. 
    
    Go back to the room where you got the Compass. Shoot Ice Arrows in the water 
    to create platforms and hop over to that room across the water with icicles, 
    next to the gold window. Shoot the ice with a Fire Arrow, slash the icicles, 
    then enter the door to fight Gekko again (remember him from Woodfall 
    Temple?) He's back and he's a bit harder than he was in Woodfall Temple. No 
    turtle this time. Instead, he throws hard bubbles at you like Frisbees. Dodge 
    the bubbles and slash him. He'll then take all the bubbles and fly to the 
    ceiling. Get into a corner and shoot an ice arrow at the big bubble with 
    Gekko inside before he lands on you and traps you in the bubble, where you 
    are defenseless against his attacks. Once you hit the bubble with an ice 
    arrow it freezes (of course) and crashes to the ground, restoring the bubbles 
    for him to throw at you. Continue slashing to finish him off.  He turns into 
    a frog, which I'll bring up again to get a Heart Piece. When Gekko goes bye-
    bye, go through the open door and get the Boss Key from the beautiful chest. 
    
    
    Finding the Boss Door
    
    Exit this room (use the gold window to get over). Hop into the water on the 
    left side of the room. The current will push you back into the main room. 
    Head back to the first room with the machinery that powers the water flow in 
    the temple. See the hookshot target on the ceiling? Hookshot to it and you'll 
    land on a fountain spouting water. Hop to the nearby platform with the key-
    like switch. Turn it once, then drop down and turn the yellow switch above 
    water. Head to the last room with the blade in the middle. 
    
    Head through the underwater path with red and green pipes leading into it.  
    It shouldn't be too hard to get in, because the current should push you 
    towards it. Avoid the hands trying to grab you on the left and enter the 
    next room. Climb onto the platform on the right side, then wait for the 
    elevator to drop. Climb on, then jump to the spinning axle. Try to keep your 
    balance and hop to the platform moving towards you. While standing on it, 
    look at the right wall. You can just see a torch and a chest inside a little 
    cove. Hookshot to the chest and open it for Fairy #10. 
    
    Get back onto that last platform and let it take you to the other side. Look 
    up the ceiling and shoot an Ice Arrow at the sewer dripping water. The axles 
    turning will freeze and allow you to cross over them. Hop onto the big blade, 
    then onto the middle of the machine, then up the right small blade. See the 
    hole on the wall high up? Hookshot the chest and open it for Fairy #11. If 
    you can't get back onto the big blade, you need to shoot a Fire Arrow at the 
    ice you just froze and repeat the last steps you took. Anyway, when you're 
    back on the big blade, hop to the door on the left. Enter it to a "play 
    room". Well, sort of. 
    
    There's a few big see-saws in here. Stand on the one furthest from you on 
    the left. Shoot a Fire Arrow at the ice above the other side of the see-saw 
    to lift your side up. Hop to the other see-saw nearby and again fire an arrow 
    at the ice above this see-saw. Turn the key-like switch, then walk along the 
    pipe as Zora Link. Climb the one part, then turn right to the end. Drop to 
    the right. Hookshot to the chest and open it for Fairy #12. 
    
    There is another fairy in this room. At the first see-saw, shoot a fire 
    arrow at the ice. Dive down the hole as Zora Link. Bang into a barrel for 
    Fairy #13. Reset the see-saw by shooting an ice arrow at the flowing water. 
    Climb to the down end and shoot a fire arrow at the ice. Jump to the door. 
    Enter it. Return to the main blade room. 
    
    Find the opening with the green pipe and go through it (it's on the bottom 
    level underwater). Climb up the pipe sticking out of the water and up to the 
    switch. Turn it to raise the water from the fountain leading to the Boss. 
    
    Before you enter, there are 2 Stray Fairies in this room. One is under the 
    switch (stand on the pipe and fire an arrow to pop the bubble, then wear 
    the Great Fairy Mask for #14) and the other is on the right side of the room. 
    Pop the bubble with the Zora boomerang. You'll have to swim through the vent 
    and catch it (#15) while the current pushes you out, then backtrack to this 
    room. When you've done that, you can cross over to the big door and enter the 
    next room to the Great Bay Temple boss Gyorg. 
    
    This is one annoying and very, very difficult boss (sorry!) Make sure you 
    have a lot of hearts and maybe even a couple of bottled fairies to revive you 
    if you extinguish all your hearts. Gyorg is a big fish that jumps out of the 
    water to attack you on a platform and then, while underwater, bangs into the 
    platform if you don't attack him fast enough. While Gyorg is underwater, 
    shoot an arrow at him. He is stunned and now is your chance to attack. Change 
    to Zora Link and dive down to the bottom. Use your shock attack to cause 
    damage. Quickly swim back to the platform. This is the hardest part, because 
    Gyorg usually grabs you before you get up and, right out of the movie Jaws, 
    chews you up a bit, before spitting you out. Continue the arrow and shock 
    attacks until he releases a school of attack fish. Ignore them and continue 
    attacking Gyorg until he is defeated.  Collect the Heart Container and step 
    into the blue light when he's defeated. You receive the *Gyorg's Remains* 
    guardian mask. One more dungeon to go! 
    
    First, return the Stray Fairies to the Great Fairy Fountain in Great Bay.  
    On the beach across from Zora Hall, hop the platforms, then hookshot to the 
    tree, then across more trees to a blocked cave.  Bomb the boulder, then enter 
    to receive *Double Defense*. There is a hole next to the fountain. If you 
    bomb the boulder over it and enter, you get free Bombchu from the chest 
    inside.  Now for a few Heart Pieces.  
    
    With Gyorg defeated, find the sign near a boat by way of Pirate's Fortress.  
    Ride the boat, then hookshot to the tree.  Talk to the pirate there to play 
    his Jumping Game (must be any time but late night or early morning).  You 
    win a *Heart Piece* for that game.  
    
    Also, you can complete the Frog side quest for a Heart Piece.  First, warp 
    to Snowhead and re-defeat Goht to restore spring to the mountains.  At the 
    pond off the log cabin, wear Don Gero's Mask and talk to the frog.  He will 
    ask you to find four of his friends to complete the group.  In Clock Town, 
    one sits in the Laundry Pool, another in Southern Swamp (must finish boat 
    cruise to retreat through the area) atop a log, re-defeat Gekko in Woodfall 
    Temple for a frog, and the last one is for defeating Gekko in Great Bay 
    Temple.  Once they are all found, return to Mountain Village and with the 
    Don Gero Mask on, talk to the frogs to perform a song and win a *Heart 
    Piece*.  Now, continuing on...
    
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                      *Ikana Graveyard, Ruins & Valley*
    
    
    Items/Weapons:  Giant Wallet, Stone Tower Map
    Masks:  3  //  22/28- Captain's Hat, Garo Mask, Gibdo Mask
    Heart Pieces:  6  //  43/52
    Empty Bottles:  0  //  4/6
    Owl Statues:  1  //  9/10
    Songs:  Song of Storms
    
    
    Spookfest
    
    Save and go back to Day 1. Stock up on arrows, bombs and such then, from 
    Clock Town, take the East Gate. Call Epona and ride her through the opening 
    to the road to Ikana. Hop the fences, then go left. Climb up and go forward 
    to Ikana Graveyard. Head past the graves to a skeleton head at the fence. 
    
    Play the Sonata of Awakening to awaken him. Now you must battle him, but it's 
    not a long battle nor a hard one :o) Just slash him or shoot arrows at him 
    whenever possible. If you are stopped by a line of fire, defeat the 
    Stalchildren to move on. If he makes it to the end of the path safely, he 
    goes back to sleep and you have to try again. When he is soundly defeated, he 
    gives you a treasure then salutes you. Hookshot to the chest and open it for 
    a new mask: *Captain's Hat*. This is useful for talking to Stalchildren in 
    the 2nd Skulltula House and the graveyard at night. 
    
    Warp to Night of the 1st Day. At the graveyard, put on the new Captain's Hat 
    and talk to the Stalchildren guarding a grave. When you talk to them, they 
    think of you as their leader. They ask whether they should continue guarding 
    or open the grave. Tell them to open it, then hop down inside. Hop across the 
    platforms, through the opening to the next area. Defeat all the bats and 
    receive a purple rupee from the chest. Shoot fire arrows at all the unlit 
    torches to unlock the door ahead of you. Enter it to find an Iron Kunckle. 
    
    He's pretty strong, but not too hard to beat. Slash him with your sword to 
    start the battle, then continue slashing, but backflip when he goes to strike 
    you with his weapon. After a few slashes, he will lose armour and charge at 
    you faster. Continue slashing and ducking attacks until he is defeated. A 
    ghost songwriter will appear. Read the gravestone that appears to learn the 
    Song of Storms (also from Ocarina of Time).  
    
    On Day 2 at night, get the Stalchildren to open the grave again and use the 
    Lens of Truth inside.  Head through the door and defeat all enemies while 
    crossing the path.  Bomb the wall at left, then fight the Iron Knuckle 
    through the door for a *Heart Piece*.  
    
    Now you can complete the 2nd Skulltula House in its entirety.  Make sure 
    it's Day 1 and at the earliest time, slow it down, then head through the 
    small building next to the Fisherman's Hut in Great Bay.  See my Skulltula 
    Houses page for details.  Complete it on Day 1 (day or night) for the 
    *Giant Wallet* and be sure to get the *Heart Piece* inside by talking to 
    all the Stalchildren in the house using the Captain's Hat to learn the 
    order in which to shoot arrows at the coloured masks.  When you have it, 
    shoot them in that order and get the prize.  
    
    Now that you have the Giant Wallet, remember to buy the All-Night Mask 
    and get that 5000 rupee deposit to the bank for a Heart Piece (I mentioned 
    it before in the Clock Town section).  
    
    With the All-Night Mask, visit Anju's grandmother in the inn any time 
    before night on Day 1 or 2.  Wear the mask when you talk to her and 
    listen to the first story.  Answer with the first choice for a *Heart 
    Piece*.  Talk to her again and listen to the second story, then pick the 
    second choice for another *Heart Piece*.  
    
    Warp to Milk Road. Make sure you have Epona and at least 10 rupees. Head to 
    the Gorman Ranch and speak to the two Gorman Bros. They challenge you to a 
    race (pay them 10 rupees). Race them once around their track and win to get 
    the *Garo Mask*.  
    
    Head back to the road to Ikana and go right after the fences. When you stop 
    at the wall, a person wearing a Garo mask will stop you. Dismount Epona and 
    put on the Garo Mask. He will make a tree appear so you can head to Ikana 
    Valley. Hookshot to the tree and make your way forward to the Valley. Watch 
    out for boulders and gun-powder enemies during the day or Blue Bubbles at 
    night. Don't wear your Garo Mask while walking around the Valley or you'll 
    be randomly attacked by Garo enemies. They're easy to beat but it gets 
    annoying when they keep showing up. 
    
    Go forward to a couple of Octoroks popping out of the water. Shoot Ice 
    Arrows at them to freeze them into ice blocks. Hop to the platform. 
    Hookshot to the trees and make your way up to the higher part of the 
    Valley. Hit the nearby *Owl Statue* with your sword. Walk forward, then 
    turn left. Walk up the ramp, look up and shoot Tingle down. Buy the *Stone 
    Tower Map* for 20 rupees, then go right to the end.  
    
    Head into the Ghost Hut and pay 30 rupees to fight the four poes.  Use 
    arrows or sword & shield on the first three (two of them you'll fight at 
    once).  For the last Poe (Meg), shoot an arrow at the one that spins to 
    differentiate between the clones.  You'll win a *Heart Piece*.  
    
    Also in Ikana, in the Deku Merchant side quest, take the Ocean Title Deed 
    to the merchant off Sakon's Hideout for a gold rupee.  Use the Deku Flower 
    to fly to the *Heart Piece* across the chasm.  
    
    See the dried out lake? Walk inside the opening in the wall. Stand at the 
    pool inside and another ghost songwriter appears, but he is evil. When 
    he's finished talking, quickly play the Song of Storms (or you'll lose 
    health). Water fills the lake outside and the evil ghost is defeated. 
    The Music Room outside is playing now that water has filled the area. 
    
    Go back outside and try to enter the Music Room. The girl doesn't let you 
    in, so place a bomb at the door and run away to the ramp and wait for her 
    to come outside. When she's a good distance away from the shop, quickly 
    enter it. When you're inside, go down the stairs and walk towards the 
    closet. A monster comes out, but it looks rather weird. Play the Song of 
    Healing to cure the man from the curse placed on him. You reunite the girl, 
    Pamela, and her father, plus you get the *Gibdo Mask* which allows you to 
    sneak past Gibdos and Redeads easily because they see you as one of them. 
    Let's continue on...
    
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                                *Underworld*
    
    
    Items/Weapons:  Mirror Shield
    Masks:  0  //  22/28
    Heart Pieces:  1  //  44/52
    Empty Bottles:  0  //  4/6
    Owl Statues:  0  //  9/10
    Songs:  Elegy of Emptiness
    
    
    Getting the Mirror Shield
    
    Before continuing, you need a bottle of milk, 5 Magic Beans, 10 Deku Nuts, a 
    fish (catch it in your bottle; find one in Stock Pot Inn's kitchen), 10 bombs 
    and 1 empty bottle. When you have those, come back to Ikana Valley. 
    
    Walk up the ramps on the left side, but instead continue left to a big hole 
    with a ladder leading down.  Climb down to the Underworld.  Wear your Gibdo 
    Mask at all times.  Talk to the Gibdo blocking the door to your right. Give 
    him the 5 Magic Beans to go through the door. 
    
    Give the next Gibdo on the right the 10 Deku Nuts and continue through the 
    door. Give the next Gibdo the 10 bombs to pass through his door. Walk past 
    the moving blades to the centre of the room. A Big Poe appears. Shoot 
    arrows at him and when he's defeated, collect the ghost in your empty 
    bottle. Exit this room and go back to the second room (where you gave a 
    Gibdo Deku Nuts). Talk to the other Gibdo and give him the fish. Pass 
    through his door and give the next Gibdo the Big Poe ghost. 
    
    Go through to the last room, timing it carefully. Give the last Gibdo the 
    milk and you are finished. Open the last door and shoot Fire Arrows at the 
    four unlit torches. Collect the *Mirror Shield* from the chest that appears. 
    This shield will replace your Hylian Shield and has the same capabilities as 
    the old one, but it also reflects light. Deposit any rupees you have in your 
    bank account (so you don't lose them), then play the Song of Time. Go back 
    to Dawn of the 1st Day in Clock Town. 
    
    
    Learning the Elegy of Emptiness
    
    Buy a Giant Bomb from the Goron in the Bomb Shop (costs 50 rupees). Hang 
    onto it, because you'll need it later. Warp to Ikana Valley's owl statue 
    and go to the right side where a big wall is. Next to it is a crack in the 
    wall. Enter the crack to Ikana Ruins. 
    
    First, hit the diamond switch on your left to get light pouring in. Reflect 
    the light on your Mirror Shield and aim it at the sun block across from you. 
    Eventually, the block will disappear. Go forward and enter the door on your 
    left. Put on your Gibdo Mask and the Redeads will dance! Shoot the frozen 
    eyeball switch to your left with a Fire Arrow. Go through the newly unlocked 
    door. Change to Deku Link. 
    
    This can be tricky. Quickly, hit the switch in front of you and the tall 
    floor will rise to the ceiling. Run to the very end of the room and let the 
    ceiling fall again. This is the hard part (sometimes). Hit the diamond 
    switch nearby to raise the floor again. Scoot over to the Deku Flower (it's 
    easier to take the 2nd flower from the barred door) and fly to the platform 
    on the left. Change back to normal Link to step on the switch, opening the 
    door. Head through it. 
    
    Change back to Deku Link and fly to the left platform in the corner of the 
    room. Change back to normal and step on the switch. Shoot arrows at the 
    Skulltulas on the ceiling to clear them out. Use the Lens of Truth to see a 
    hidden platform. Keep hopping to the door (you might need to wear the Bunny 
    Hood to make the last two jumps safely). Enter it (duh!), then quickly run 
    past the Blue Bubbles so you don't lose your sword ability (if you do, it's 
    only for a short time). Head up the stairs and through the door to reach 
    the roof. 
    
    Hop to the pillar with the Deku Flower on it.  If you shoot a bubble at the 
    crystal switch and use the Deku Flowers to fly, you can reach a *Heart 
    Piece* at the end.  Launch and fly to the pillar with a switch on it. As 
    normal Link, step on it. Drop down and re-enter the Ruins. Wear the Gibdo 
    Mask again to make the Redeads dance. This time, shoot a Fire Arrow at the 
    other frozen eyeball switch to open the right door. 
    
    Use the Mirror Shield and the light to burn the Floormaster enemy. Aim the 
    shield at the sun block to make it disappear. Wear the Gibdo Mask to pass 
    the Redeads and go into the next room. Say hello once again to Wizrobe. This 
    guy doesn't give up. Gotta give him credit for that. This time, he shoots 
    fire and the attack is a bit more widespread than the ice from Snowhead 
    Temple. Use the arrow attack, as usual. Again, he clones himself. Hit the 
    real Wizrobe.  
    
    When he's gone, go through the next door past the Redeads (get hearts from 
    the pots), then forward to the roof. As Goron Link, get that Bomb Keg you 
    got before we came here. Turn the corner and place the keg on the cracked 
    circle. It blows up to reveal a hole. Hop down it. Change back to normal 
    Link and reflect the light with your Mirror Shield on the sun block. Pass 
    the Redeads and continue through the door to a boss, King Igos and Company. 
    
    This boss seems like a mini-boss, but technically, he's the last boss in 
    Ikana Ruins, so he's really the boss. The king sits through the first part of 
    the fight, releasing his two guards to fight you. Shoot fire arrows at the 
    two windows to burn the curtains. These guys have a weakness for bright 
    light. Slash with your sword, then stand under a light patch and reflect the 
    light off your shield onto each of the guards to incinerate them. Work on one 
    guard until he's gone, then finish off the other one. When they're both gone, 
    the king fights you. He is tougher than the guards and has 3 attacks. He can 
    leap at you with his sword, decapitate himself and throw his head at you or 
    blow his poisonous breath. Just attack with your sword until he's weak, then 
    reflect the light on him.
    
    When he and his two guards are just bobbing heads, watch the funny cinema 
    and you will learn the Elegy of Emptiness. This will help you in the next 
    section. Proceed then...
    
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                                 *Rockville*
    
    
    Items/Weapons:  None
    Masks:  0  //  22/28
    Heart Pieces:  0  //  44/52
    Empty Bottles:  0  //  4/6
    Owl Statues:  1  //  10/10
    Songs:  None
    
    
    Rock the Casbah
    
    Return to Ikana Valley (if it's late in time, return to Day 1 and warp to 
    Ikana's owl statue). On the upper land of Ikana (where the owl statue is), go 
    to the right of the dried out lake and enter Rockville. It's a really tall 
    mountain that you must climb to reach the last temple, using the new song you 
    learned, the Elegy of Emptiness. 
    
    Jump across the blocks as normal Link and step on the switch. If you get off, 
    the switch resets. While on the switch, play the Elegy of Emptiness to 
    "clone" yourself (though I have to say that the clones are much uglier than 
    the real Link!) Hookshot to the next platform, bomb the Beamos enemy and, 
    after changing to Goron Link, play the song again while standing on the 
    switch. Goron Link is cloned. 
    
    Change back to normal Link and hookshot to the next platform. Do the same 
    thing, this time as Zora Link (in case you wondered, Deku Link is too light 
    to hold down the switch, so you will only be cloned in 3 different forms). 
    Jump across the blocks and you will see three switches. Step on each one, 
    cloning yourself in the 3 forms, then hookshot to the next platform. 
    
    Clone normal Link on the switch and then hookshot to the next one. Bomb the 
    Beamos to get him out of the way, then clone Goron Link on the switch. 
    Hookshot to the next one. Clone Zora Link on the switch, then, as normal 
    Link, jump across the blocks to the other side. Again, clone each of your 3 
    forms on each of the 3 switches. Hookshot to the next platform (watch out for 
    the falling rocks). Hookshot up two times. 
    
    Hit the *Owl Statue* so that you don't have to go through all that again. 
    Clone each of your 3 forms on each of the 3 switches, but in the order of 
    right, left, centre (as the owl statue faces them) to align the blocks in the 
    right order. Jump across the blocks and enter the owl's mouth to Stone Tower 
    Temple.
    
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                        *Stone Tower Temple (Reality)*
    
    
    Items/Weapons:  Light Arrows
    Masks:  0  //  22/28
    Heart Pieces:  0  //  44/52
    Empty Bottles:  0  //  4/6
    Owl Statues:  0  //  10/10
    Songs:  None
    
    
    Getting the Dungeon Map & Compass
    
    Once inside the temple, get rid of the two dragonflies and bomb dog. Shoot an 
    arrow at the eyeball switch to make a chest appear. Hookshot to it and open 
    it (Fairy #1). Take the ladder back up. Go through the left door. Get rid of 
    the bomb dogs in this room, they're a nuisance. More cloning switches. Clone 
    normal and Zora Link on the first two small switches, then clone Goron Link 
    on the big switch. As normal Link, go back to the beginning of this room and 
    bomb the cracked wall. Ram the big wooden crates to break them, then carry a 
    small crate to the last switch near the closed gate. Drop the crate there to 
    open it. Go through it to the next room. 
    
    Slash the bushes for goodies. Bomb the patched ground without bushes and 
    drop through the hole. Shine your Mirror Shield on the sun block. Hookshot 
    to the target up high and open the chest for Fairy #2. chest across the lava 
    and open it for the map. 
    
    Change into Goron Link so you can walk on the lava and defeat the four small 
    statues to make another chest appear. Open it for a small key. Go back up the 
    stairs and use the key on the locked door. Change to Zora Link and swim in 
    the water to a hand enemy. Let him grab you and through you up onto the 
    platform above him. Open the chest for another small key. Back in the water, 
    swim under the hand enemy to the next room. 
    
    Find a switch underwater and step on it to activate a chest you'll find again 
    later. Climb up to a strip platform in the middle of the room. As normal Link, 
    stand under the light and reflect the light off your shield onto the mirror 
    ahead of you. Hold it for about 10 seconds, then run to the mirror and reflect 
    its light onto the sun block. Destroy the bomb dog and then open the chest for 
    the Compass. 
    
    
    Getting the Light Arrows
    
    Shoot a Fire Arrow at the frozen eyeball switch above the door near the 
    compass to reveal a chest you'll find again later. Go back to the strip and 
    through the locked door at the end. Change to Goron Link and punch out the 
    three sections of the pillar at the front of the room. Get rid of all the 
    Black Boe enemies and then quickly change to normal Link and reflect the light 
    off your shield onto a mirror. Just like last time, hold it for a while, then 
    head to the next closest mirror and reflect the light on the sun block. Open 
    the chest for Fairy #3. Also, reflect light on the first sun on the left 
    wall for Fairy #4.  Now, go through the next door. 
    
    Change to Deku Link and fly, using the air circulation as a guide. Fly left 
    immediately and open the chest for Fairy #5. Change to Goron Link and drop to 
    the bottom. Pound the switch there and roll between the pillars left and 
    around to the chest before it goes back into flames. Open the chest for Fairy 
    # 6. 
    
    As Deku Link, propel yourself on the air vents around to the door and enter 
    to fight a mini-boss, Ghost of Garo. This enemy's main attack is with fiery 
    swords. Let him bounce into the air, then after he lands, slash with your 
    sword, especially when he stands there for a bit, then quickly block with 
    your shield as he rebounds right away. He will disappear and reappear near 
    you, so heads up!  After he's gone, open the chest for the *Light Arrows*. 
    
    
    Awakening the Illusion
    
    Go through the open door. If you fall, hookshot to the target. Hop to the 
    platform and quickly defeat the Hiploop enemy with a bomb and sword slash. 
    Jump right to a grate, place a bomb near a crystal switch seen through the 
    grate below. The switch activates a chest. Open it for Fairy # 7. Go through 
    the door up ahead. Defeat the Eyegore by firing an arrow at it when its eye 
    turns yellow. Go through the open door, which takes you to the beginning of 
    the temple. 
    
    Save (if it's late) and start over at Day 1. Return to Rockville via the owl 
    statue. Clone yourself in your 3 forms on the switches, again in the order 
    right, left, centre (facing the temple). But this time, while outside, shoot 
    a Light Arrow at the red switch on the temple and it flips upside down. Now 
    enter the temple, this time in Illusion.
    
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                        *Stone Tower Temple (Illusion)*
    
    
    Items/Weapons:  Great Fairy Sword
    Masks:  5  //  27/28- Giant Mask, Twinmold's Remains, Keaton Mask, 
    Postman's Hat, Couple's Mask
    Heart Pieces:  4  //  48/52
    Empty Bottles:  0  //  3/6
    Owl Statues:  0  //  5/10
    Songs:  None
    
    
    Getting the Boss Key
    
    You will notice the temple is similar, but very twisted from the first time 
    you entered it :o) Go through the right door. Shoot a Light Arrow at the sun 
    block (now that you have these arrows, you can shoot the sun blocks instead 
    of the annoying light reflection with the shield). Change to Deku Link and 
    fly using the air circulators to the right and open the chest found there for 
    Fairy # 9. 
    
    Fly left and up to a platform and defeat the Hiploop enemy as normal Link 
    with a bomb and sword slash. Take the window cove, step on the switch and a 
    chest appears on the strip. Open it for a small key. Fly again to the very 
    top left of the room (see the map diagram for help). Open the locked door 
    there with your key. Shoot a light arrow at the red switch to turn the 
    temple right side up temporarily. 
    
    Change to Goron Link and walk across the lava (you will be unharmed). Shoot 
    the red switch again with a light arrow and the temple is flipped again. Go 
    through the door, push the block at right as far as possible, and shoot the 
    next red switch to turn the temple back again. Push the block so it's in the 
    middle of the room, aligned with the doors. Shoot the switch again to flip 
    the temple and push the block down to the lower plane (level) and forward as 
    far as possible. Flip the temple and push it into the hole. Climb up to the 
    ledge and go through the next door to fight a mini-boss, Wizrobe. 
    
    This guy is back (was there any doubt?) There is a VERY easy way to beat this 
    guy. If you stand under that structure with the iron gate blocking the one 
    side, Wizrobe can only attack you from one pad and that is when you can fire 
    an arrow at him. I always use this method, but if you find that boring, just 
    do the usual. He clones himself again. Yadda yadda yadda...  
    
    When he's defeated, a chest appears. Hookshot to it and open it for Fairy 
    #10. Go through the door there and change to Deku Link. Launch and fly to 
    the other side of the room and enter the next door. Hookshot or shoot arrows 
    (takes two, avoid the left one) at the spiked balls to make them explode. Fly 
    to the small platform, avoiding the moving pots. Hookshot to the chest above 
    the door at left & enter. Go through the next door to fight yet another mini-
    boss, Gomess. 
    
    This guy reminds me of Dracula with the bats all over him. Shoot a light 
    arrow at him to scatter the bats, then slash him with your sword. Use your 
    shield to block his scythe attack. Repeat this process until his demise.   
    When he's gone, go through the new door and open the fancy chest for the boss 
    key. 
    
    Go back three rooms to the one with the Poes flying around. Fly to the hole in 
    the left wall. As normal Link, wear the Stone Mask so the enemies don't see 
    you. Step on the switch, clone yourself on it, then hookshot to the chest that 
    appeared and open it for a small key. Exit the cove and go back to the last 
    room. Turn right immediately and enter the door along the narrow path. 
    
    Wear the Stone Mask and hop to the left platform. Step on the switch and a 
    chest appears on the ceiling. Hookshot to the new chest behind you, shoot a 
    Light Arrow at the sun to reveal a chest you'll find later. Enter the locked 
    door. Another mini-boss, this time a bigger version of Eyegore. 
    
    This battle doesn't even have its own room! It's like a big enemy that you 
    need to beat to get by him. If you get close to him, he fires a laser attack. 
    When his eye turns yellow, fire an arrow at it. Be quick, because his attacks 
    are almost constant.  Open the chest that appears for the *Giant Mask*, which 
    you will need to use when fighting the temple boss. Go through the open door. 
    
    Hookshot to the chest above (from the point-of-view of the right corner), then 
    hookshot to the target. Drop down to the boss door. Hope you have a lot of 
    magic, otherwise stock up with the pots near the boss door. The Giant Mask 
    uses magic. Go through the door and then jump through the hole to fight Twin-
    Mold. 
    
    These "molds" are flying dragons, but this battle is not as hard as it seems. 
    You need to wear the Giant Mask through the battle. You should have a good 
    stock of magic. Slash the head and tail of both molds. That's it. If you run 
    out of magic, the mask is automatically removed, but there are pots with 
    magic jars to replenish and you can smash the small pillars as Giant Link for 
    magic as well.  When you defeat them, collect the heart container and the 
    *Twin-Mold's Remains* guardian mask when you step into the blue light. 
    
    Before moving on, there are five remaining Stray Fairies in Stone Tower 
    Temple that are easier to get now. Warp back to Stone Tower and enter the 
    tower in Illusion mode. Open the chest near the boss warp for Fairy #11. Go 
    right and through the door there. Fly directly across as Deku Link. Use the 
    air vents if necessary. Open the chest for # 12. 
    
    Shoot a Light Arrow at the sun to reveal a chest. Exit the temple and flip it 
    to Reality mode. Re-enter and go forward and down across from the sun is a 
    chest with # 13. 
    
    Go right through to the first water-filled room. First, shoot the sun block 
    at left with a Light Arrow and bomb the Beamos enemy. Open the chest for 
    Fairy # 14. 
    
    Go under the hand enemy to the second water-filled room and sink to the 
    underwater platform with the chest. Open it for # 15. Now you can exit and 
    take the fairies to the Great Fairy Fountain in Ikana Valley (off the ravine 
    to the extreme right). You get the *Great Fairy Sword*, a C-button sword that 
    is a nice item.  
    
    
    
    Last of the Almighty Errands
    
    Now to fill in some blanks.  You can now complete Anju and Kafei's side quest.  
    It's easiest to visit my Side Quests page for info on that.  During the quest, 
    you will receive the *Keaton Mask*, *Postman's Hat*, an *Empty Bottle* and the 
    *Couple's Mask*.  
    
    For the final bottle, visit Ikana Graveyard at night on the Final Day.  Use 
    the Captain's Hat and get the Stalchildren to open the grave.  Head inside to 
    find Dampe the gravekeeper (from Ocarina of Time).  Talk to him and keep Z-
    targeting him to have Tatl act as his "light" to find digging spots.  Have him 
    dig until you find three blue flames.  Once finished on the bottom floor, guide 
    him up to two digging spots on the upper floor.  Once all flames are exposed, 
    fight the Big Poe with arrows, then open the chest for the sixth and final 
    *Empty Bottle*.  
    
    With the new masks from Anju and Kafei's quest, use Keaton's Mask and pick up 
    the centre bush in a cluster in North Clock Town or on Milk Road.  Answer the 
    trivia questions to win a *Heart Piece* (see my Keaton's Questions page for a 
    cheat sheet).  
    
    With the Couple's Mask on, visit the Mayor's Residence and head through the 
    left door.  Talk to the mayor to break up the meeting and win a *Heart Piece*.  
    
    With the Postman's Hat on, check a mailbox and the first one you check has a 
    *Heart Piece* inside.  
    
    Back in Ikana Valley, head left in the river, battling the current and get up 
    on the left.  Inside the cave, shoot the sun with a Light Arrow and enter to 
    face four previous mini-bosses.  Fight all four for 100 rupees each and a 
    *Heart Piece*.  Now it's time to fly to the moon!
    
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                         *The Moon & 4 Guardian Masks*
    
    
    Items/Weapons:  None
    Masks:  1  //  28/28- Fierce Deity Mask
    Heart Pieces:  4  //  52/52
    Empty Bottles:  0  //  6/6
    Owl Statues:  0  //  10/10
    Songs:  None
    
    
    To the Moon
    
    I must say you have done a great job to get this far. Give yourself a pat on 
    the back *pat pat pat* Okay, on to the final part of the game. Ready? First, 
    as per my tradition, the Master Checklist.  Make sure you have the following 
    in your subscreens:  
    
    20 Normal Masks, 4 Guardian Masks, 3 Character Masks, completed Bombers' 
    Notebook, Arrows (Fire, Ice, Light and 50 max.), Lens of Truth, Hookshot, 
    Bombs (max. 40), Powder Kegs, Bombchu, 6 Empty Bottles, Gilded Sword, 7 Great 
    Fairy upgrades (Magic Meter, Bubble Shooting, Great Fairy Mask, Spin Attack, 
    Big Magic Meter, Double Defense, Great Fairy Sword), Ocarina of Time, 
    Pictograph Box, Mirror Shield, Giant Wallet (max. 500 rupees), and 52 Heart 
    Pieces, making 20 total heart containers in your health meter.  There should 
    be one empty spot for a mask in the bottom right, coming your way soon.  
    
    Move ahead to Day 3 at 6:00 p.m. in South Clock Town. Play the Inverted Song 
    of Time and slow down time (I suggest doing especially if this is your first 
    time playing the game all the way through). If you don't have the Land Title 
    Deed for the gold Deku flower, go to the Bombers' Hideout and get the Moon's 
    Tear (you should know how to do this by now!) Give the Moon's Tear to the 
    Deku and get the Land Title Deed for the flower. As Deku Link, fly to the 
    left after shooting out of the flower onto a ledge on the Clock Tower. Play 
    the Inverted Song of Time again and speed up time to normal. Wait until 12:00 
    a.m. The tower opens and you can climb the stairs inside. 
    
    A short cinema will play. Now that you have all 4 Guardian Masks from the 
    dungeon bosses, play the Oath to Order. Another cinema plays and you are on 
    the Moon! Hmmm...quite Earth-like :o) And no more time limit! But the only 
    way you can leave is to finish the game here or play the Song of Time and 
    start the Moon walkthrough over again. 
    
    There are 4 children running around a tree up ahead and one sitting against 
    it. They are wearing the Guardian Masks and the one sitting is wearing 
    Majora's Mask. Talk to the child wearing Odolwa's mask. He will ask you to 
    play hide-and-seek (kind of like the Bombers' game). He will ask you for a 
    mask. Give him one of your 20 normal masks (for example: the All-Night Mask 
    or the Garo Mask). I suggest you keep the Bunny Hood until you're finished 
    all the guardian dungeons, because you do need to run and catch the kids 
    running around the tree and it makes things easier. 
    
    Anyway, he will hide in the Odolwa Guardian Dungeon. Once here, change to 
    Deku Link. Burrow into the flower and launch to the side platform (either 
    one). Burrow into another flower and time it so you can land safely on the 
    spinning platform. Launch to the next platform. Dive in again and time it 
    so you land on the yellow flower on the spinning platform & quickly dive 
    into that one to avoid the rod. Launch & go right to the *Heart Piece*. 
    Head to the door on the left and enter. You found the hider! Give him 
    (her?) a normal mask to exit back to the field. 
    
    Find the child wearing the Goht mask and give him two normal Masks to go 
    to the Goht Guardian Dungeon. Once here, change to Goron Link and charge 
    your magic power (hit the pots) until it's full. Centre yourself with the 
    strip in front of you & roll forward. When your spiked roll is intact, you 
    can let go of the Control Stick. I suggest doing that when you're flying 
    over the gap. Hold A & he will bounce off the chests. When you go through 
    2 green pots, your magic is re-filled, but now you need to manually 
    control Link without the help of the treasure chests to make the next two 
    gaps. Carefully move him right & over the gap, then left & over another 
    gap, then STOP! Go forward & refill your magic from the 3 green pots. 
    
    Go forward from there & line yourself up with another long strip. To get 
    the Heart Piece, roll forward & let go of the Control Stick when he's 
    fully charged & let him go all the way forward to the *Heart Piece*. To 
    find the hiding kid, hop to the ledge from here or return to the start.  
    If you go through the whole thing again (sorry!), stop at the 3 green 
    pots. This time, roll on the strip & let go of A once over the first gap. 
    Go left over the narrow bridge & turn around. Roll over the bridge & over 
    another gap to a door. Inside is the kid. Give him two normal masks to 
    return to the field. 
    
    Find the child wearing the Gyorg mask. Give him three normal masks to go 
    to the third dungeon. Change to Zora Link and sink to the bottom of the 
    watery floor. The current will push you along. There is a *Heart Piece* 
    to be found. Follow the caves left, left, right, left to get to the 
    piece. Use the warp cave behind it to return to the beginning safely. If 
    you miss the Heart Piece and really want to get it, change to Goron Link 
    and sink in the water. You can start over again (*thanks to Sara for the 
    tip*). From the beginning, go through the caves left, left, right, right 
    to find the child. Give him three normal masks to return to the field. 
    
    Okay, final dungeon, then the final battle. Find the child wearing the 
    Twinmold mask and give him four normal masks to go to the last dungeon. 
    You'll have to fight some mini-bosses here. Go through the door and fight 
    the Metal Dinalfos. When you finish him off, go through to the Ghost of 
    Garo. Beat him, then hookshot to the chest. Open it for some arrows. Go 
    through the next two doors to fight an Iron Kunckle. When he's gone, 
    collect the bombchus from the chest. Take out a Bombchu, wait a couple of 
    seconds, then release and blow up the crack, then shoot the eyeball 
    switch. Take the ladder up and go to the next room. Collect the *Heart 
    Piece*. Get a bombchu over the crack in the ceiling. Then, shoot the 
    eyeball switch with a Fire Arrow. Then you'll find the kid. Give him your 
    last four normal masks to return to the field. 
    
    
    Majora's Mask
    
    This time, talk to the kid sitting against the tree. Say Yes and receive 
    the *Fierce Deity Mask* which changes you to the adult Oni Link, then 
    you'll enter the final battle with Majora's Mask. 
    
    This battle is pretty fun and if you have the Fierce Deity Mask, you can 
    transform into Oni Link and the battle is extremely easy with Oni Link's 
    laser attack and sword. If you decide to fight as normal Link or you didn't 
    get the Oni Mask, here's a guide. There are three phases of the battle. In 
    the first phase, he has several tentacles that he snaps at you occasionally. 
    Use your shield to defend yourself and shoot an arrow at his back whenever 
    possible. After a few hits, the four guardian masks fly around as well. Use 
    your shield to reflect the mask's laser attack at the masks. When all four 
    masks are gone, reflect the laser at Majora's Mask. After that, he transforms 
    into the second phase: Majora's Reincarnation. He grows arms and legs and 
    dances around the arena (notice his pirouettes and Michael Jackson's 
    moonwalk), sometimes stopping and bouncing these energy balls around. Slash 
    his legs whenever possible. Then he enters the third and final phase: 
    Majora's Wrath. He is even bigger and uses two whips to attack you, which can 
    reach across the entire room. Use your shield to defend and use arrows or 
    your sword on its legs. After a while, the mask releases spinning spiked tops 
    at you, which can blow up. Ignore them and shoot or slash the mask until it 
    is defeated. Congratulations! Now enjoy the brilliant final cinema.  
    
    You have now completed the game, brave warrior. *CONGRATULATIONS* Watch the 
    happy cinema. I won't give away any details, but I do like happy endings 
    *sniff, blows nose* :o)
    
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                                *Heart Pieces*
    
    
    Heart Pieces are found or rewarded when you do something. Some require a 
    great deal of time and rupees. 4 Heart Pieces make up 1 container, which is 
    added to your Health Meter. In this game there are 52 heart pieces to make 13 
    heart containers. Added to the 3 heart containers you start with and 4 heart 
    containers from the bosses in the dungeons, you're left with 20 hearts in 
    your health meter. Here are the pieces, where to find them, what to do and 
    what you need to get it:  
     
    Clock Town:  
     
    1) In North Clock Town, when you're back to being human Link, climb the box 
    near the slide that you can reach. Carefully jump to another box, then over 
    to the top of the slide. Turn and jump onto one last platform, then into the 
    tree for the piece.  
     
    2) In East Clock Town, give the Bomber the password to enter the hideout. Go 
    to the Astral Observatory and say yes to look in the telescope. Move it up 
    and zoom in to the top of the Clock Tower to see Skull Kid. After you're 
    finished there, go out the door and collect the Moon's Tear. Backtrack to 
    South Clock Town and give the Moon's Tear to the Deku Merchant at the gold 
    flower. You get the Land's Title Deed in exchange, plus the flower. As Deku 
    Link, dive into the flower and fly left to the platform on the Clock Tower. 
    Collect the heart piece.  
     
    3) Make sure you have some Rupees in your wallet. Go to West Clock Town and 
    enter the Swordsman School. Pay 1 Rupee and try the Beginners' Course. When 
    you finish practicing, pay 10 rupees for the Novice Course, which is actually 
    a mini-game. Cut all the logs by using Z- Targeting, then A (the lunging 
    slash.) Remember to draw your sword first before the logs come up. I always 
    forget to do that, then I wonder why he rolls towards the log! Anyway, when 
    you master the Novice Course (get 30 points), you receive the piece as a 
    prize.  
     
    4) In West Clock Town, deposit Rupees to the banker. Keep depositing until 
    you have 200 rupees in your account. You'll receive the Adult Wallet, which 
    holds a maximum of 200 rupees. Keep depositing until you reach 5000 rupees 
    (!!!) You receive a Heart Piece. Suggestion: Master the 2nd Skulltula House 
    at Great Bay on Day 1 to get the Giant's Wallet, which holds a maximum of 500 
    rupees. Another suggestion: Shoot the big bird at the entrance to Milk Road 
    from southern Termina Field. Stay a good distance away or he'll steal your 
    items! If you have the Stone Mask, you can stand near him and he won't see 
    you. Use Fire, Ice or Light arrows if possible (it won't take as long to 
    shoot him down.) You gain an instant 200 rupees (a Gold Rupee.) You can also 
    find some treasure chests that hold a Silver Rupee in them. One is in the 
    Bombers' Hideout. Go in from East Clock Town (you might need to give the 
    Bomber the password), go left right away and hug the left wall to avoid the 
    Skulltula. Climb up on the left cove and bomb the wall (using bombs or the 
    Blast Mask with your shield, to avoid loss of health.) You can also get the 
    Room Key from the Stock Pot Inn at 2:00 p.m. and get it a chest in the room 
    or, on the Final Day, go in the Employees' Room to get 100 rupees from the 
    chest. Or, you can hop across the roofs using the Bunny Hood in South Clock 
    Town (start on the roof of the Milk Bar, then hop across the targets above 
    Honey and Darling's Gaming Center door) to get a rupee from the chest. The 
    Curiosity Shop will buy bottled items: Gold Dust/Chateau Romani/Big Poe for 
    200 rupees, Fish/Fairy for 20 rupees. So many choices!!!  
     
    5) In West Clock Town on Day 1 or 2 from 6 p.m. until midnight, play the 
    Postman's training mini-game (first try is free, afterwards he charges 2 
    rupees per game.) When you stop the clock on EXACTLY 10'00 you get the Heart 
    Piece. A great tip: Wear the Bunny Hood when you talk to him to make the 
    clock shorter.  
     
    6) In West Clock Town on Day 1 or 2 from 6 p.m. until 6 a.m., wear Kamaro's 
    Mask and dance in front of the Rosa sisters to gain the piece.  
     
    7) In North Clock Town or Milk Road any day, any time, wear Keaton's Mask and 
    pick up the centre bush among the bushes. A yellow fox named Keaton will 
    appear. Talk to him and answer all his questions about characters, locations, 
    etc. to win the Heart Piece (see Keaton's Questions for the answers.)  
     
    8) Get the Moon's Tear, then exchange it for the Land Title Deed. On any of 
    the three days from midnight until 6 a.m., give the deed to the hand in the 
    Stock Pot Inn's bathroom on the bottom floor. He'll give you a Heart Piece. 
    In case you don't know how to get the Moon's Tear and Land Title Deed, see 
    Side Quests, Deku Merchants.  
     
    9) When you get the Couple's Mask (see Side Quests, Anju and Kafei), go to 
    the Mayor's Residence and talk to him while wearing the mask. He'll give you 
    a Heart Piece.  
     
    10) After getting the Postman's Hat (see Bombers' Notebook page under 
    Postman), wear it and check a mailbox. The first one you check has a Heart 
    Piece inside. Afterwards, all have a Green Rupee.  
     
    11) After getting the All-Night Mask (see Bombers' Notebook page under Man 
    from Curiosity Shop), go to the Stock Pot Inn on the bottom floor, first door 
    (Day 1 or 2, from 6 a.m.-6 p.m.) Talk to Anju's grandmother while wearing the 
    mask and listen to the first story. When she asks you a question, pick the 
    first choice. She'll give you a Heart Piece.  
     
    12) Same as # 11, only listen to the second story and pick the second choice. 
    You will get another Heart Piece.  
     
    13) In East Clock Town's Shooting Gallery, pay 20 rupees per game (you must 
    have the Hero's Bow.) Shoot all the red Octoroks and beat the high score to 
    get a new Arrow Carrier. Play again and get a perfect score of 50 to get the 
    Heart Piece.  
     
    14) Make sure you have the Hero's Bow and Bomb Bag before doing this one. Go 
    to Honey and Darling's Gaming Center in East Clock Town on Day 1. Pay 10 
    rupees to play their game. Blow up all the targets with bombchus to win a 
    Purple Rupee. Come back on Day 2 and win the Bomb Basket game for a Purple 
    Rupee. Come back again on Day 3 and win the Target Shooting game to get the 
    Heart Piece.  
     
    15) As Goron Link, go to the Treasure Chest Game in East Clock Town. Pay 30 
    rupees and find the treasure chest. Open it for a piece of heart.  
     
    16) In North Clock Town on Day 1, use the Deku Flower to fly over the small 
    fence next to the Fairy Fountain. Go down the hole and pay 10 rupees to play 
    in the Deku Playground. Fly around and collect all the rupees on the moving 
    platforms. Break the time record to win a Purple Rupee. Come back on Day 2 
    and win again (different set-up than Day 1.) Come back once again on Day 3 
    and win the hardest set-up yet to get the Heart Piece.  
     
    Termina Field:  
     
    17) Go through the Bombers' Hideout in East Clock Town to the Astral 
    Observatory. Look in the telescope to see a Deku Scrub fly in a hole in the 
    ground (wait a little while and you'll see him fly near the Clock Tower.) 
    Exit back to Clock Town and go through the South or East gate. Look for the 
    hole near the back of the Observatory. Jump in and talk to the Deku Scrub. 
    Decline his first offer of 150 rupees, then accept the 100 rupee offer for 
    the Heart Piece.  
     
    18) Go through the North Gate at Clock Town. Go down the ramp to the snow-
    covered ground. Look for a hole under a mushroom-shaped platform. Go down and 
    battle two big Dodongos (use bombs or arrows.) You get 50 rupees for each. 
    When they're both gone, you get the Heart Piece.  
     
    19) There are four holes in Termina Field with a few Gossip Stones inside, a 
    big one, then 3 smaller ones. As Goron Link, enter each hole and play the 
    Goron Lullaby to each big one to make it red. When all 4 stones are red, you 
    get the Heart Piece. Here is where each hole is: 
    a) Under a rock between North and West Termina Field 
    b) Near the entrance to Milk Road, next to tall grass 
    c) On the left side of the back of the Observatory 
    d) In North Termina Field where snow and grass meet on the right side.  
     
    20) In South Termina Field, in the tall grass before Milk Road's entrance, 
    there is a hidden hole near a Deku Baba. Fall down it and battle the peahat. 
    You can only beat it when it comes alive and flies. If it stays still, come 
    back later on in the game when you have more items. Shoot arrows at it until 
    it's gone, then collect the Heart Piece.  
     
    21) On the way to Great Bay, a rock is stuck in the ground. Punch it as Goron 
    Link or bomb it to break the rock. Jump down the hole. Shoot the beehives on 
    the ceiling and one of them has a Heart Piece inside that falls in the water. 
    Get rid of the enemies, then sink down as Zora Link to collect the piece.  
     
    Southern Swamp:  
     
    22) In the first area of Southern Swamp, get rid of the Keese, then climb the 
    vines on the tree to get the Heart Piece at the top.  
     
    23) If you have the Land Title Deed from Clock Town's Deku Merchant, climb 
    the ladder leading to the Photo Hut and turn left. Give the deed to the 
    Swamp's Deku Merchant when prompted to. He'll give you the Swamp Title Deed 
    and the flower. As Deku Link, dive into the flower and fly onto the roof of 
    the hut. Collect the Heart Piece up there.  
     
    24) After you defeat Odolwa and save the Deku Princess, return to the Photo 
    Hut. Kotake will offer you a boat cruise with a twist. Shoot the target on 
    her broomstick 20 times throughout the cruise to win the Heart Piece. BUT, 
    don't shoot her! If you do up to 10 times, you automatically lose and must 
    pay rupees to play again.  
     
    25) On Day 1, when you see the Deku King in the palace, use your Pictograph 
    Box to take a good picture of him. Or, if you're near Tingle, take a picture 
    of him instead. Either one will win you a Heart Piece at the Photo Hut (give 
    the picture to the big guy at the desk when prompted to.) Tingle is his son, 
    so that's how you win with a picture of Tingle.  
     
    26) In the Swamp Shooting Gallery, pay 20 rupees per game and shoot ALL of 
    the enemies (look for two scrubs hiding; one is on the tree branch to the 
    right and the other is on the stone wall to the left.) Get a perfect score 
    and win a new Arrow Carrier. Play again and win to get the Heart Piece.  
     
    Deku Palace:  
     
    27) Go through the Inner Palace Garden (the left entrance when you pass the 
    two guards at the door) and avoid the guards. Collect the Heart Piece at the 
    very end.  
     
    Woodfall:
     
    28) When you go around the walkways, defeat the enemies and use the Deku 
    Flowers to fly all the way around. Collect the Heart Piece in the gold and 
    brown chest (there is a brown chest with a rupee inside, but continue on to 
    find the other treasure chest.)  
     
    Mountain Village:  
    
    29) First, go to the Astral Observatory in the Bombers' Hideout back in Clock 
    Town. Talk to the Scarecrow and say no to dancing and no to learning the 
    songs (those two songs are listed on my Songs page.) Take out your Ocarina 
    when he's finished talking and play any 8 notes in a row (remember these 
    because they won't appear on your subscreens.) He'll appear when you play 
    that song in the proper spot. Go to Mountain Village. Before you defeat Goht 
    (the boss of Snowhead Temple), go to the area with the ramps (from the area 
    with the log cabin, go over the small bridge) that you have to go across to 
    get to the temple (later on you don't if you hit the owl statue at Snowhead). 
    As Goron Link, go over the first gap and forward in front of the next. Use 
    the Lens of Truth to see a hidden path. Take the path until it ends, then 
    play the Scarecrow's Song (the 8 notes you made up.) Use your Hookshot on the 
    scarecrow, then collect the Heart Piece.  
     
    30) In Goron Village (the area where the Goron Shrine is) on the bottom level, 
    look for the Deku Merchant. As Deku Link, give him the Swamp Title Deed when 
    prompted to and he'll give you the Mountain Title Deed, plus the flower. Dive 
    in and fly to the ledge behind you. Collect the Heart Piece.
    
    31) After you defeat Goht and restore the Mountain Village to normal, go to 
    the area where Tingle and the Wolfos are. As Zora Link, sink to the bottom of 
    the water below and look for a treasure chest with a Heart Piece inside (it's 
    near the exit of this area.)  
     
    32) After defeating Odolwa (to get frog c) and Goht, use the Don Gero Mask 
    (see Walkthrough) to talk to the frog near where the hungry Goron was. His 4 
    friends are missing and will come here if you talk to them, wearing the mask. 
    You've probably seen those frogs around. Here is where to find them: 
    a) In Clock Town's Laundry Pool near the tree 
    b) When you defeat Gekko in Woodfall Temple, he turns into a frog 
    c) In Southern Swamp, where the Octoroks are, on a log 
    d) When you defeat Gekko again in Great Bay Temple, he turns into another 
    frog 
    When you find all of the frogs, return to the Mountain Village and talk to 
    them. They sing a cute song and give you a Heart Piece.  
     
    Great Bay:  
     
    33) In eastern Great Bay, where Zora Hall is, swim to the beach surface and 
    you'll see pots on top of some logs and a couple of Zoras standing around (if 
    it's the right time of day.) Go past them to some broken branches on the 
    ground. Stand on them and use the Hookshot on a palm tree above you. Keep 
    moving up until you reach a tunnel. Enter it to the Beavers' Home. You'll see 
    a beaver motoring around on the water. As Zora Link, hop in the water and 
    he'll sink down to the bottom. He'll let you race him through 20 rings as a 
    test. You don't actually beat him by getting ahead of him, but by going 
    through all 20 rings. When you win, his older brother will race you through 
    25 rings in a quicker time. When you win, you get an empty bottle. Exit, then 
    re- enter the area. Climb up on a platform and talk to them again. Race the 
    younger brother, then the older brother to win the Heart Piece.  
     
    34) Near the Beavers' Home (see # 33 above), you should see a waterfall. Sink 
    to the bottom as normal Link and defeat the Like-Like and skeleton fish for 
    the Heart Piece.  
     
    35) In the 2nd Skulltula House, in the room with the four laughing 
    Stalchildren sitting at the table, wear the Captain's Hat and talk to them. 
    Then, find the two Stalchildren in the library. Talk to all of them to learn 
    an order of colours. These are masks in that first room with the Stalchildren 
    at the table. Return there and shoot the masks in the proper order with 
    arrows. The grate will open and you can collect the Heart Piece.  
     
    36) Before defeating Gryorg in Great Bay Temple, go to the Pirates' Fortress 
    and wear the Stone Mask so no one will see you. Stand on a boat with a pirate 
    and use the Pictograph Box to take a picture. Return to Great Bay and find 
    the Fisherman's Hut next to the Skulltula House. Give the picture to the 
    sailor when prompted to. Take the seahorse in one of your empty bottles and 
    release it at the entrance to Pinnacle Rock. Talk to him and he'll guide you 
    to the right area (sink down as Zora Link to follow him.) His friend is in 
    trouble with some sea sharks (eels.) Sink down to the bottom of that huge 
    hole and defeat each eel using your boomerang. The bottom ones are easy, but 
    the top ones are a bit harder. You need to stand in the hole with them and 
    use the boomerang. When they're all gone, the seahorses will be re-united and 
    you'll be rewarded with the Heart Piece.  
     
    37) Catch 4 fish in empty bottles, then bring them to the Marine Research Lab 
    (where the Owl Statue is.) Stand on the smaller tank and release the fish. 
    One fish will eat them and eventually turn big, popping a Heart Piece out for 
    you!  
     
    38) First, go to the Astral Observatory in Clock Town and play an 8-note song 
    to the scarecrow. Remember those notes, then go near the Pirate's Fortress 
    and look up to see a Hookshot target. Hookshot up and look for more targets 
    to hook onto. Keep moving up until you reach a soft soil spot. Plant a Magic 
    Bean inside, then water it with a bottle of Spring Water. Use the plant to 
    ride over to a platform, then play the Scarecrow's Song to summon him. 
    Hookshot over to him and collect the Heart Piece.  
     
    39) After you defeat Gryorg and things are back to normal in Great Bay, go 
    towards the Pirate's Fortress and look for a sign near a boat. Make sure it's 
    not early morning or night. Hop on the boat and get your hookshot ready. The 
    boat will move you towards a small platform with a palm tree on it. Hookshot 
    it on the fly and talk to the sailor. He'll let you play the Jumping mini-
    game. Pay 20 rupees per game and jump to the platform with the lit torch. You 
    have plenty of time, but if you fall off into the water, you automatically 
    lose. When you get 20 jumps correct, stop and let time pass. You win the 
    Heart Piece. Pretty easy, eh?  
     
    Zora Hall:  
     
    40) Before you defeat Gyorg, in Zora Hall, find the room with the drummer 
    inside. Hookshot to the tree on the ledge above him and read the journal as 
    Zora Link to learn two parts of a song. Remember these, then exit. Find the 
    room with the guitarist (Japas) and take out your guitar. Play the first part 
    that you learned after he plays, then play the second part after he plays 
    again. Remember the whole song (his parts and your parts together.) Exit and 
    find the pianist's room. Enter as Zora Link, then remove your mask. Talk to 
    the guy, then take out your ocarina and play the all the parts together. 
    He'll take the song but you get a Heart Piece.  
     
    41) Go into Lulu's room and, as Goron Link, talk to the Deku Merchant. Give 
    him the Mountain Title Deed and he'll give you the Ocean Title Deed, plus the 
    flower. As Deku Link, dive into the flower and fly to the ledge nearby. 
    Collect the Heart Piece.  
     
    Pirate's Fortress:  
     
    42) While going into different rooms, you should eventually see a Heart Piece 
    on the other side of a gate. As Goron Link, go up the ramp across from the 
    piece and bash the barrels. Step on the switch to lift the gate for a limited 
    time. Quickly, change to normal Link and wear the Bunny Hood. Make your way 
    to the piece and collect it. Step on the switch on this side of the gate to 
    open it so you can exit. 
     
    Ikana Canyon:  
     
    43) While on the road, stand near the wall and wear the Garo's Mask. The guy 
    sitting on top of the wall will let you up. Hookshot to the tree and make 
    your way to Ikana Valley. Go right (past Sakon the Thief running around) and, 
    as Zora Link, talk to the Deku Merchant. Give him the Ocean Title Deed as 
    prompted. He'll give you a Gold Rupee and the flower. As Deku Link, dive into 
    the flower and fly to the platform ahead of you with the Heart Piece and 
    Gossip Stone on it. Collect the piece.  
     
    44) When you first enter Ikana Valley, hop in the water with the Octoroks and 
    go left, battling the current. Get up on the left side and enter the cave. 
    Shoot the sun with a Light Arrow and enter the door. Talk to the ghost-like 
    guy and he'll let you face 4 enemies that you've fought before in the game. 
    Go through each door and fight each of the mini-bosses (Metal Dinalfos, Wart, 
    Wizrobe and Ghost of Garo.) You might not be able to enter some of the doors 
    if you're low on hearts. Make sure you have a good stock of arrows. You get 
    100 rupees for each fight completed. When you beat all four mini-bosses, come 
    back to the first room and the ghost-like guy will re-appear and give you a 
    Heart Piece.  
     
    45) In Ikana Valley, when you're up on the top level, enter the Ghost Hut and 
    take the Ghost Collector's Challenge. Pay 30 rupees per try. Defeat all 4 Poe 
    sisters (Amy, Beth, Meg and Joelle) for the Heart Piece. Use arrows and your 
    sword/shield. Fight one poe, then two at once, then another one appears. The 
    last one (Meg) is harder as she duplicates. Just look for the one that spins 
    around once at the beginning, then use your arrows on her.  
     
    Ikana Graveyard:  
     
    46) On Day 2 at night, enter the graveyard (instead of hookshoting to the 
    tree, climb the short wall and enter the area.) Wear the Captain's Hat and 
    when asked, tell the Stalchildren to open the grave. Jump down and use the 
    Lens of Truth. Enter the door. Defeat the bats and Skulltulas, making your 
    way across the path. Bomb the left wall and enter the door to fight Iron 
    Kunckle. Defeat him for the Heart Piece.  
     
    Ikana Ruins:  
     
    47) When you're outside the castle on the roof, look for a few tall platforms 
    and a crystal switch on top of the leftmost one. Hit the switch with a bubble 
    as Deku Link, then hop over and use the Deku Flowers to make your way to the 
    Heart Piece. By the way: If you get the Heart Piece and have not yet 
    completed the Ikana Ruins, you'll have to backtrack and start again.  
     
    Romani Ranch:  
     
    48) At the back of the ranch, next to the Cucco Shack, is the Doggy 
    Racetrack. Bring lots of rupees and make sure you have the Mask of Truth (see 
    the 1st Skulltula House.) Talk to the lady there, then choose your dog to bet 
    on. Wear the Mask of Truth to hear how good the dog is. Pick one that sounds 
    very confident, then go back to the lady and bet at least 50 rupees on the 
    race. The winner of the race is random, but if you pick the better sounding 
    dog, you at least have a chance to get in the top 5 and win more rupees. Win 
    the race on the large bet and you get a Heart Piece.  
     
    The Moon:  
     
    49) In the Odolwa Dungeon, as Deku Link, fly to the left platform. Time your 
    next landing to land on the gold flower, then quickly dive into it to avoid 
    the blade. Fly out and go to the right platform for the Heart Piece.  
     
    50) In the Goht Dungeon, be prepared for a hard one! As Goron Link, line 
    yourself up on the track and push the Control Stick forward. Try to stay 
    straight. Build up speed until he's spiky, then let go of the Control Stick, 
    but keep the A button pressed. Watch Goron Link bounce off the chests. When 
    you go through two green pots, be ready to move the Control Stick. Turn right 
    on the sharp curve, then left. When you reach three green pots, let go of the 
    A button to stop. See the Heart Piece (or at least a straight track)? Line 
    yourself up, nice and centred, then build up speed and roll over the short 
    ramp all the way to the piece of heart. Way to go!  
     
    51) In the Gyorg dungeon, sink down as Zora Link and the current will push 
    you. Go left, right, left and finally, left to the Heart Piece. To get back 
    to the entrance, use the warp behind the Gossip Stone. If you miss the Heart 
    Piece, try sinking as Goron Link to restart (*Thanks Sara for the tip*).  
     
    52) In the Twinmold Dungeon, defeat all the bosses. You'll come to a room 
    with a crack in the wall. Set a Bombchu down, then shoot it with an arrow 
    when it goes over the crack to blow it up. Shoot the switch with an arrow, 
    then enter the door. Ta-Da! The last Heart Piece!
    
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                             *Bombers' Notebook*
    
    
    To get the Bombers' Notebook, get the Stray Fairy from the Laundry Pool in 
    South Clock Town. Then, go to North Clock Town into the Fairy Fountain and 
    get the Bubble Shooting ability with a Magic Meter. Exit back to the last 
    area and pop the big balloon that the little boy is shooting at with a 
    bubble. Talk to him and he'll ask you to find all the Bombers in 24 hours. 
    Two are in this area (one behind a tree and one behind the slide), one is in 
    West Clock Town, one is on the Milk Bar roof (holding a cucco) and the last 
    one is on top of the Stock Pot Inn's roof (use the nearby flower and go left 
    to catch him.) Once you find them all, you will learn the password that gets 
    you into the Bombers' Hideout (it changes for each game). When you become 
    normal Link, give the password to the kid blocking a tunnel in East Clock 
    Town. Enter the hideout, then immediately exit back. Jim, the Bombers' 
    leader, will appear and give you the Bombers' Notebook.  
     
    Whew! Okay, here is what you need to do to completely fill the Bombers' 
    Notebook.  
    
    Here is the format I'm following: Who (name of person), Where (place to find 
    them), When (time and day to meet them), Things you Need (what you need to 
    finish their entry) How (what you have to do) and What (what you receive.)
     
     
    1) Who: Bombers- Secret Society of Justice 
    Where: North Clock Town 
    When: Any day, any time 
    Things you Need: Bubble Shooting Ability with Magic Meter 
    How:  
    QUEST 1: Do the above instructions (getting the password.)  
    QUEST 2: Do the above instructions (getting the notebook.)  
     
     
    2) Who: Anju- Stock Pot Inn worker 
    To make things easier, just go to the Side Quests page.  
     
     
    3) Who: Kafei- strange youth from Laundry Pool 
    To make things easier for you, just go to the Side Quests page. 
     
     
    4) Who: Man From Curiosity Shop- pretty self-explanatory :o) 
    Where: Curiosity Shop in West Clock Town. 
    When: Day 3, 10:00 p.m. 
    Things you Need: Mask of Kafei, Giant Wallet, 500 Rupees in your wallet, need 
    to stop burglar in North Clock Town on Day 1 (see Old Lady from Bomb Shop's 
    entry). 
    What you do: Buy the mask in the shop. 
    What you Get: All-Night Mask  
     
     
    5) Who: Old Lady from Bomb Shop- picks up bomb bags and delivers them to her 
    son's shop 
    Where: North Clock Town 
    When: Day 1, 12:00 a.m. 
    Things you Need: Nothing in particular 
    What you Do: When the old woman walks by, a burglar will steal her bag. Chase 
    him down and slash him with your sword before he disappears. 
    What You Get: Blast Mask  
     
     
    6) Who: Romani- little girl from ranch 
    Where: Romani Ranch 
    QUEST 1: 
    When: Day 1, 6 a.m.-6 p.m. 
    Things you Need: Hero's Bow, Goron Mask, need to be approved from Mountain 
    Village to carry powder kegs (see walkthrough), at least 50 Rupees in wallet. 
    How: As Goron Link, buy a Powder Keg from the Goron in the Bomb Shop for 50 
    Rupees. Warp to Milk Road and use the keg to blow up the big boulder blocking 
    the entrance to Romani Ranch. Talk to Romani as normal Link and she'll tell 
    you about "them" (aliens that come at night and steal their cows.) She'll let 
    you practice by shooting all 10 orange dummies in a certain time limit. 
    She'll let you use Epona to ride and use your bow to shoot them all down. 
    What: When you win, she'll teach you Epona's Song and you have your horse 
    back!  
     
    QUEST 2: 
    When: Day 1, 2:00 a.m. 
    Things you Need: Hero's Bow, Epona (see QUEST 1), possibly Bunny Hood. 
    How: Get on Epona and wait until Romani comes outside. She'll go inside the 
    barn to protect the cows. When you see the aliens appear, quickly run around 
    and shoot them down (remember, that they are behind the barn as well). You 
    might not necessarily need Epona to do this (although you need her in order 
    for Romani to know you!) You can also use the Bunny Hood and Hero's Bow. Just 
    stand in front of the barn and shoot the aliens when they come near you. 
    Every once in a while, peek behind the barn. Use the map and look for white 
    lights. I find this strategy so much easier than using Epona. Shoot them down 
    until 5:30 a.m. 
    What: When you save the ranch, you are rewarded with a new bottle filled with 
    milk.  
     
     
    7) Who: Cremia- young girl from ranch (Romani's sister) 
    Where: Romani Ranch 
    When: Day 2, 6 p.m. 
    Things you Need: Hero's Bow and have completed Romani's entry on the same 
    day. 
    How: Cremia will be leaving to deliver milk to the Milk Bar, going along Milk 
    Road. Talk to her. She'll ask you to help her, since the Gorman Brothers 
    follow her and try to break her milk bottles. Use the bow to get them to back 
    off while on the ride.  
    What: When you finish, Cremia gives you the Romani Mask and, sometimes 
    (though I've never seen it), Cremia supposedly hugs you!  
     
    
    8) Who: Mayor Dotour- mayor of Clock Town 
    Where: Mayor's Residence in East Clock Town. 
    When: Day 1 or 2 from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.  
    Things you Need: Couple's Mask (see Side Quests for Anju and Kafei's quest.) 
    How: Take the left door to the Mayor's Office. Talk to the mayor while 
    wearing the Couple's Mask. You will receive a Heart Piece for ending a great 
    debate.  
     
     
    9) Who: Madame Aroma- Mayor Dotour's wife 
    QUEST 1: 
    Where: Mayor's Residence 
    When: Day 1 or 2, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. 
    Things you Need: Nothing in particular 
    How: Go to the right door in the Mayor's Residence and talk to the lady. Say 
    yes when asked to look for her son, Kafei. You will receive the Mask of 
    Kafei. 
     
    QUEST 2: 
    Where: Milk Bar 
    When: Day 3, 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. Things you Need: Express Mail to Mama (see Side 
    Quests for Anju and Kafei's quest), Romani Mask (not necessary depending on 
    time; see Postman's entry.)  
    How: There are two ways to give this to Madame Aroma. Here is the one way. 
    See the Postman's entry for the other. She's sitting at the bar. Talk to her 
    and give her the mail when prompted to.  
    What: She will reward you with a new bottle with Chateau Romani, a special, 
    expensive milk that replenishes magic power. 
     
    QUEST 3: (see Postman's entry.)  
     
     
    10) Who: Toto- manager of Zora band, The Indigo-Gos. 
    Where: Milk Bar 
    When: Day 1 or 2, 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. 
    Things you Need: Romani's Mask, Deku Mask, Goron Mask, Zora Mask 
    How: Enter the bar at night wearing Romani's Mask. Talk to Toto as normal, 
    Deku, Goron and Zora Link to do sound tests for each instrument. Play the 
    notes he gives you each time. 
    What: After completing a song (seems to be Ballad of the Wind Fish from 
    another Zelda game), Gorman, who has been listening to you, gives you the 
    Circus Leader's Mask.  
     
     
    11) Who: Gorman- leader of the Gorman Troupe 
    See Toto's entry (it's the same as Gorman's)  
     
    
    12) Who: Postman- a very serious public servant 
    QUEST 1: 
    Where: Post Office 
    When: Day 1 or 2, 3 p.m.- Midnight 
    Things you Need: Some rupees in your wallet, Bunny Hood (not necessary but 
    helpful). 
    How: Talk to him wearing the Bunny Hood. Complete a training mini-game 
    (wearing the Bunny Hood makes the clock shorter). Stop the clock on 10'00 
    EXACTLY.  
    What: Rewarded with Heart Piece. 
     
    QUEST 2: 
    Where: Any mailbox 
    When: Day 1 immediately after the night meeting with Anju (see Anju's entry). 
    Things you Need: Letter to Kafei (see Anju's entry). 
    How: Deposit the letter in any red mailbox. 
    What: Postman delivers letter to Kafei. Allows you to meet Kafei (see Kafei's 
    entry). 
     
     
    QUEST 3: 
    Where: Post Office 
    When: Day 3, 6 p.m.-6 a.m. 
    Things you Need: Express Mail for Mama (see Kafei's entry). 
    How: Give the mail to the postman and he'll deliver it to Madame Aroma in the 
    Milk Bar. Follow the postman there and wait for him to come out and stop 
    outside the East Gate. 
    What: He gives you the Postman's Hat, since he is fleeing from town.  
     
    
    13) Who: Rosa Sisters- twin dancers from the Gorman Troupe 
    Where: West Clock Town 
    When: Day 1 or 2, 6 p.m.-6 a.m. 
    Things you Need: Kamaro's Mask (see Kamaro's entry). 
    How: Put on the mask and dance in front of the sisters. 
    What: Receive Heart Piece.  
     
    
    14) Who: ????- hand from bathroom 
    Where: Stock Pot Inn in East Clock Town (once inside: bottom floor, first 
    door on the left) 
    When: All three days, Midnight-6 a.m. 
    Things you Need: Land Title Deed (see Side Quests, Deku Merchants) or Letter 
    to Kafei (see Side Quests). 
    How: When prompted, give him the deed. Hmmmm....wonder what that's for???? 
    :o) 
    What: Receive Heart Piece  
     
     
    15) Who: Anju's Grandmother- lives with granddaughter, tells stories, very 
    secretive 
    Where: Stock Pot Inn in East Clock Town (once inside: bottom floor, first 
    door on the right) 
    When: Day 1 or 2, 8 a.m.-6 p.m. 
    Things you Need: All Night Mask (see Man from Curiosity Shop's entry). 
     
    QUEST 1: How: Wear the mask, then talk to her. Listen to the first story. 
    Pick first choice. 
    What: Receive Heart Piece. 
     
    QUEST 2: 
    How: Same as above, only listen to the second story. Pick second choice. 
    What: Receive Heart Piece.  
     
     
    16) Who: Kamaro- ghost dancer 
    Where: Termina Field (take North Gate from Clock Town), standing on mushroom-
    shaped platform. 
    When: All three days, Midnight-6 a.m. 
    Things you Need: Song of Healing 
    How: Talk to Kamaro, then play Song of Healing to heal him. 
    What: Receive Kamaro's Mask  
     
     
    17) Who: Grog- cucco breeder 
    Where: Romani Ranch, Cucco Shack 
    When: All three days, 6 a.m.- 8 p.m. 
    Things you Need: Bremen Mask (see Guru-Guru's entry). 
    How: Wear the mask, then march around collecting all 10 chicks. When you find 
    them all, they all mature to cuccos. 
    What: Receive Bunny Hood.  
     
     
    18) Who: Gorman Brothers- suspicious horse trainers 
    Where: Gorman Track (on Milk Road) 
    When: All three days, 6 a.m.-6 p.m. 
    Things you Need: Epona (see Romani's entry, QUEST 1), at least 10 rupees. 
    How: Talk to them while on Epona to race. Pay 10 rupees per race. Avoid the 
    sand pits and NEVER use all your carrots up. Win the race. 
    What: Receive Garo's Mask.  
     
     
    19) Who: Shiro- soldier who doesn't stand out 
    Where: Ikana Road (take Clock Town's East Gate), near entrance to Ikana 
    Valley 
    When: Any day, any time 
    Things you Need: Lens of Truth, a bottle of Red Potion 
    How: Use the Lens of Truth to see him sitting among a circle of stones. Talk 
    to him and, when prompted to, give him the potion.  
    What: Receive Stone Mask.  
     
     
    20) Who: Guru-Guru- musician with the Gorman Troupe 
    Where: Laundry Pool 
    When: Day 1 or 2, 6 p.m.-6 a.m. 
    Things you Need: Nothing in particular 
    How: Just talk to him. 
    What: Receive Bremen Mask.
    
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                                 *Mask List*
    
    
    Deku Mask  
    Found: Clock Town, when you get your Ocarina back and revisit the Happy Mask 
    Salesman  
    Purpose: To change into Deku form  
     
    Goron Mask  
    Found:  
    Purpose: To change into Goron form  
     
    Zora Mask  
    Found: Great Bay Coast after breaking the curse on Makau.  
    Purpose: To change into Zora form  
     
    Bremen Mask  
    Found: Clock Town, Laundry Pool, talk to Guru-Guru  
    Purpose: To tame small animals, particularly cuckoos  
     
    Captain's Hat  
    Found: Ikana Graveyard, after defeating the Skeleton & Minions  
    Purpose: To talk to skeletons  
     
    Romani Mask  
    Found: Romani Ranch/Milk Road, after helping Cremia deliver milk  
    Purpose: To enter the Milk Bar/Latte at night  
     
    Blast Mask  
    Found: North Clock Town, after saving the old lady's bomb bag from the robber  
    Purpose: To bomb something  
     
    Don Gero Mask  
    Found: Mountain Village, after you give the cold Goron the rock meat  
    Purpose: To talk to the small frogs  
     
    Garo Mask  
    Found: Gorman Brothers farm, after winning their horse race  
    Purpose: To get to Ikana Canyon and to avoid attacks from Ikana ninjas  
     
    Giant Mask  
    Found: Stone Tower Temple, after defeating the mini-boss, Eyegore  
    Purpose: To become larger and defeat the Stone Tower Temple boss, Twin-Mold  
     
    Postman's Hat  
    Found: East Clock Town, after the postman delivers the express mail to Madame 
    Aroma at the milk bar  
    Purpose: To open mailboxes  
     
    Mask of Kafei  
    Found: Mayor's Residence, right room, from Madame Aromas after agreeing to 
    find her missing son, Kafei  
    Purpose: To find the missing boy, Kafei  
     
    Gibdo Mask  
    Found: Ikana Valley, Music Box Shop, after breaking the curse on Pamela's 
    father  
    Purpose: To get by Gibdos safely  
     
    Great Fairy Mask  
    Found: North Clock Town, Great Fairy Fountain, after returning the stray 
    fairy from the Laundry Pool to the fountain  
    Purpose: To coax stray fairies that are out of reach  
     
    Circus Leader's Mask  
    Found: East Clock Town, Milk Bar, after your quartet performance moves Gorman  
    Purpose: Not very much. An option for it is to make contact between Gorman 
    and his two farmer brothers, but it doesn't get you anything  
     
    Kamaro Mask  
    Found: Termina Field, north end, after breaking the curse on the ghost of 
    Kamaro the dancer  
    Purpose: To make a dance for the Rosa Sisters  
    All Night Mask  
    Found: Curiosity Shop, after stopping the robber on Day 1 in North Clock 
    Town, purchase for 500 rupees on the night of Day 3  
    Purpose: To stay awake during Anju's grandmother's stories  
     
    Fierce Deity Mask  
    Found: Moon, after you get the heart pieces from each of the dungeons the 
    children hide in and find them inside, talk to the kid sitting against the 
    tree  
    Purpose: To transform into Oni Link and have the ultimate power to fight 
    Majora's Mask. An awesome mask! 
    
    Mask of Scents  
    Found: Southern Swamp, Deku Palace, after racing the Deku Butler  
    Purpose: To capture odd scents. The only scent you can capture are the magic 
    mushrooms in Southern Swamp's back forest for Kotake to make blue potion.  
     
    Stone Mask  
    Found: Ikana Canyon, after saving the guard  
    Purpose: To become as plain as stone, invisible to most enemies  
     
    Couple's Mask  
    Found: East Clock Town, Stock Pot Inn, after completing the Anju & Kafei side 
    quest  
    Purpose: To proclaim a wedding, break up the argument at the Mayor's 
    Residence and get a Heart Piece from Mayor Dotour  
     
    Mask of Truth  
    Found: Skulltula House #1, after finding all the spiders and breaking the 
    curse on the man there  
    Purpose: To read the minds of dogs and win at the Doggy Racetrack at Romani 
    Ranch  
     
    Keaton Mask  
    Found: Laundry Pool, Kafei's room, from the man from the Curiosity Shop, 
    while completing the Anju & Kafei side quest  
    Purpose: To summon Keaton and do his trivia  
     
    Bunny Hood  
    Found: Romani Ranch, from Grog, after taming the chicks to become cuckoos 
    with the Bremen Mask  
    Purpose: To speed Link up. Very useful mask!
    
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                     *Stray Fairies & Great Fairy Fountains*
    
    
    Below are where to find all 15 Stray Fairies in each of the 4 temples and 
    where to find all the Great Fairy Fountains. The Stray Fairies are listed in 
    the order in which you will find them in the walkthrough.  
     
     
    Woodfall Temple:  
     
     
    1) In front of you when you first enter the temple. Wear the Great Fairy's 
    Mask to attract it.  
    2) On the right platform in the first room in a treasure chest.  
    3) In the main room with the centre platform and red Venus Flytraps, defeat 
    the Deku Baba below the left ramp.  
    4) In the right corner of the main room, break the pots.  
    5) In the room with the stone block, shoot the bubble below the walkway, then 
    wear the Great Fairy's Mask.  
    6) In the stone block room, shoot the beehive on the bottom of the high 
    platform, then wear the Great Fairy's Mask.  
    7) In the stone block room, defeat the Skulltula in the left corner along the 
    walkway.  
    8) Get rid of all the Black Boes in the dark room and get the fairy from the 
    treasure chest that appears.  
    9) In the room before the mini-bosses, shoot the beehive next to the eyeball 
    switch, then wear the Great Fairy's Mask.  
    10) In the main room on the highest floor, pop the bubble next to the barred 
    door (that door leads to the room before the boss, Odolwa.)  
    11) Use the Deku Flower near Fairy # 10 to fly over to the torch nearby. Step 
    on the switch as normal Link to make a treasure chest appear. Go down to the 
    bottom floor and up the ladder. Open the chest for the fairy.  
    12) In the room before the boss (Odolwa), over the flame is a bubble. Pop it 
    with an arrow, then wear the Great Fairy's Mask.  
    13) On the first right platform (same room as # 12).  
    14) On the first left platform.  
    15) On the third left platform.  
     
    Great Fairy Fountain: In Woodfall, you'll see a big hole in the wall near the 
    centre platform. Fly over to it using a Deku Flower to enter the Fountain.  
    What you Receive: Magic-charged sword spin attack.  
     
     
    Snowhead Temple:  
     
     
    1) Under the bridge in a bubble. Shoot it from the other side of the bridges 
    where the openings are and wear the Great Fairy's Mask.  
    2) Under the entrance to the room with the Dungeon Map. Pop the bubble and 
    wear the Great Fairy's Mask.  
    3) In the room with the Dungeon Map on the bottom level, on your right when 
    you enter.  
    4) In the main pillar room at the very bottom in the lava pit, step on the 
    switch as Goron Link and open the chest that appears.  
    5) In the room where you get the first key, push the two-block tower to the 
    end of the room. A chest appears on top of a high platform. When you get to 
    the room with the Compass, you can climb up and enter a door, then jump 
    across to get the fairy.  
    6) In the same room as the Compass, push the block to another platform. Throw 
    a bomb at the wooden crate nearby to release the fairy. Wear the Great 
    Fairy's Mask to get it.  
    7) In the room with the Compass, melt the ice block in the far left corner. 
    Step on the switch. Move the block to a platform. Climb up and open the 
    chest.  
    8) In the room with the icicles on the ceiling and the snow platforms, use 
    the Lens of Truth to see a hole in the wall. Jump to the chest to get the 
    fairy.  
    9) In the room where you pound a few switches as Goron Link (there are also a 
    few white Boes), use the Lens of Truth and look up at the ceiling. Shoot the 
    bubble to free the fairy, then wear the Great Fairy's Mask.  
    10) In the room with three Freezards and three unlit torches with a lot of 
    platforms, melt the Freezards and open the chest that appears (the torches 
    need to be lit to open a door to a switch that is pounded to move the central 
    pillar).  
    11) On the top level of the room with the Dungeon Map, use the Lens of Truth 
    to see the small platforms. Hop across them to the fairy in a chest.  
    12) In the room with all the Eenos (snow enemies that throw snowballs), use 
    the Lens of Truth to see a fairy trapped in a bubble in the secret cove in 
    the wall. Pop the bubble, then wear the Great Fairy's Mask to get the fairy.  
    13) At the last room before you get up to the Boss, beat the Dinalfos and he 
    releases a fairy.  
    14) Beat the other Dinalfos (see # 14) and he also releases a fairy.  
    15) Stand on the bridge on the 4th floor and use Deku Link to burrow into the 
    flower. Use the Lens of Truth and SLOWLY drop with the flower propeller to 
    the opening.  
     
     
    Great Fairy Fountain: At Snowhead Mountain, play the Goron Lullaby and go 
    across to the front of the mountain. You should see a big hole in the 
    mountain on the bottom level of it. Enter it and there's the Fountain!  
     
    What You Receive: Biggest magic meter.  
     
    
     
    Great Bay Temple:  
     
     
    1) In the very first room, light all 4 torches and open the chest that 
    appears.  
    2) As Zora Link, sink to the bottom of the second room and pop the bubble 
    under the platform you first stand on to release the fairy.  
    3) In the same room as # 2, turn left and defeat the Skulltula for a fairy.  
    4) In the room with the rotating blade, hookshot to a barrel and bang into it 
    for a fairy.  
    5) From a platform in the same room as # 4, look down and you'll see a pot in 
    the centre of the underwater rooms below. Shoot the pot with an arrow and use 
    the Great Fairy Mask to get the fairy.  
    6) In the room with the Dungeon Map, stand next to the chest with the map and 
    use the hookshot to break the pots opposite you. Use the Great Fairy Mask to 
    attract it.  
    7) In the room with the Deku Babas on lily pads, defeat all the enemies and 
    then hookshot to the chest that appears to get the fairy.  
    8) In the room with the Compass, turn right from the entrance. Use the 
    hookshot on the pot guarded by the Dexihands, then attract the fairy with the 
    Great Fairy Mask.  
    9) In the room where you shoot ice arrows into the water to reach the switch 
    to push/pull, stand on the platform with the barrels, then shoot ice into the 
    water going towards the wall. Aim your hookshot at the target in the hole on 
    the grated ceiling.  
    10) In the room with the big spinning axle, freeze it, then jump onto the big 
    blade. Jump to the centre of the machine, then hookshot to the chest high up. 
    Collect the fairy.  
    11) In the same room as # 11, stand on the moving platform and hookshot the 
    torch across the room in a little cove. Open the chest for the fairy.  
    12) In the room with all the see-saws, after you push/pull the switch, change 
    to Zora Link. Run up the pipe and jump into the small fenced-in area. Open 
    the chest for the fairy.  
    13) In the same see-saw room, as Zora Link, dive down into a hole under a 
    see-saw end and bash the barrel for a fairy.  
    14) In the room before Gyorg (the Boss), look in the vent on the right side 
    of the room. You need to hop in and catch it while being pushed back to the 
    underwater area in the blade room.  
    15) Shoot the bubble in the little cage and wear the Great Fairy's Mask to 
    get the last fairy.  
     
     
    Great Fairy Fountain: In the Great Bay near Zora Hall, look for a few 
    platforms with a palm tree on each one. Hookshot to each tree, then bomb the 
    boulder to open the Fairy Fountain.  
     
    What You Get: Double Defense (you receive half the amount of the damage you 
    normally would)  
    
     
     
    Stone Tower Temple:  
     
     
    1) In the first room of the temple, shoot the eyeball switch and get the 
    fairy from the chest.  
    2) In the room with the Dungeon Map (and the Armos statues), hookshot to the 
    target on a high platform, then open the chest.  
    3) In the room with the mirrors and the annoying Black Boes, use the Mirror 
    Shield (or Light Arrows, when you have them) on the sun block. Open the 
    chest.  
    4) In the same room as # 3, reflect light on a sun on the left wall to make 
    a chest appear. Voila!  
    5) In the room with the vents that propel Deku Link, fly to the left from the 
    first vent and open the chest.  
    6) In the same rom as # 5, stand on the lava bottom as Goron Link. Pound the 
    switch, then carefully make your way to the chest before it's engulfed in 
    flames again.  
    7) In the room with the masked Hiploop, beat him, then jump to the right onto 
    a grate. Place a bomb near a crystal switch you can see below through the 
    grating. The bomb makes activates the switch which makes a chest appear.  
    8) After beating the Eyegore, you get a fairy from a chest.  
    9) When the temple is right side up, go to the second water room (quite 
    spacious). Sink to the bottom as Zora Link and destroy the spikes. Step on 
    the switch, then flip the temple upside-down. Come back to that room which is 
    now filled with vents for Deku Link. Fly up to a switch and use the Elegy of 
    Emptiness as normal Link to hold it down. Fly over to the platform as Deku 
    Link and open the chest.  
    10) When you beat Wizrobe, hookshot to the chest and open it for a fairy.  
    11) In the main room (right side up), drop down that little space in the 
    middle. Shoot a Light Arrow at the sun crest to reveal a chest. You can't get 
    it now, so turn the temple upside-down. Come back to the main room and open 
    the chest next to the boss warp.  
    12) While in Illusion mode (the temple is upside-down), go to the east room 
    and fly directly across as Deku Link. Use the air vents if necessary. Open 
    the chest.  
    13) Shoot the sun with a Light Arrow in the first room after hookshotting to 
    the chest on the ceiling (just before the Eyegore mini-boss) in Illusion 
    mode. In Reality mode, go forward and down to the chest across from the sun.  
    14) In the water room with the Beamos around, let the Dixihand throw you up 
    onto the platform. Bomb the crystal switch to reveal a chest. Shoot a light 
    arrow at the sun block on the other side of the room and get the fairy.  
    15) In the air vent room in Illusion mode, shoot a light arrow at the sun to 
    reveal a chest. In Reality mode, swim as Zora Link to the underwater platform 
    with a chest.  
     
    Great Fairy Fountain: In Ikana Canyon on the bottom level, go into the water 
    below and swim to the very right to a cave with the fountain.  
     
    What You Receive: Great Fairy Sword.
    
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                              *Skulltula Houses*
    
    
    Skulltula House #1
     
    Location: Woodfall Temple. In the first area where the boat cruise drops you 
    off. To the far right. Use a lit Deku Stick or Fire Arrow to burn the web 
    covering the entrance.  
    What You Need: Deku Mask, Zora Mask, 3 bugs in bottles, 1 bottle of water, 
    magic beans, hookshot, Bunny Hood, Sonata of Awakening song.  
    Reward: Mask of Truth.  
     
    1) Go down the ramp and to the right, in the water.  
    2) Going up and down a pillar on the same side of the room as #1.  
    3) Break pots on left side of the room.  
    4) Use bugs on soft sand on left wall of room.  
    5) Use bugs on soft sand on right wall of room.  
    6) Break crate in west room for 2 spiders.  
    7) Break another crate, same room as #6.  
    8) Climb the ladder. Wear Bunny Hood and jump to the middle wedge or use the 
    hookshot on it.  
    9) On the high walkway, behind the torch.  
    10) Under the walkway, between the middle wedge and the wall, peeking out 
    while moving across.  
    11) Go through the door. To the left on the pillar.  
    12) As Deku Link, launch and fly to the gold statue with a flower. Land there 
    and hookshot the spider high up on the left wall.  
    13) Fly to the other side of the room. Use bugs on the soft soil on the right 
    wall.  
    14) Go through the door. Look up and shoot the beehives for 2 spiders.  
    15) See #11. Drop down to collect both.  
    16) Play Sonata of Awakening to sleeping Deku. Slash the grassy part of the 
    wall. At the end of a tunnel is the spider.  
    17) Break small pots.  
    18) Bang into big pots for 2.  
    19) See # 15  
    20) Fly in gold Deku Flower to the top ledge. Hookshot spider.  
    21) Go through the door. Hookshot spider across the room on the gold wall.  
    22) Shoot a beehive on the ceiling.  
    23) Hit the crystal switch. Climb the ladder that appears. Spider is on high 
    wall over the opening.  
    24) Get spider on pillar across the room.  
    25) Plant magic bean in the soft sand and water it to grow a plant, or use 
    the Bunny Hood and ride/hop to the opening on the left side. Enter the door. 
    There is a spider in the grass.  
    26) Another one in the grass.  
    27) Bang into the tree for 3.  
    28) See #26.  
    29) See #26.  
    30) Shoot the beehives for the last one.  
    
    
    Skulltula House # 2
     
    Location: Great Bay Coast. In the first area of Great Bay. Next to the 
    Fisherman's Hut. Once inside, bomb the wall.  
    What You Need: Hookshot, Captain's Hat (for a Heart Piece), at least 1 bomb, 
    Hero's Bow, Fire Arrows, Goron Mask.  
    Reward: If completed on Day 1 within 24 hours, the Giant Wallet. If not, 
    rupees.  
     
    1) In the first tunnel, 2 spiders. Use hookshot.  
    2) See #1.  
    3) Behind the first cobweb in the first room after the tunnel. Use a Fire 
    Arrow to burn the web, then hookshot to get the token.  
    4) Hookshot the target and enter the door to the actual house. In this room, 
    bang into or Goron punch the barrels for 2.  
    5) See #4, but this barrel has a web over it. Use a fire arrow on it first.  
    6) On the west wall, crawling in and out of a mask.  
    7) On a ceiling beam. Hookshot.  
    8) Shoot a fire arrow at the web over the west door. Go in to the library. On 
    the right wall is a painting across from the door you entered. Hookshot it 
    and behind it is a spider.  
    9) On top of a bookshelf near the entrance. Climb the bookshelf to get it.  
    10) Pull out a small bookshelf from against the wall. Behind it is a hole in 
    the wall with a spider.  
    11) Pull a large bookshelf in the southwest area to find two behind it. 
    Hookshot.  
    12) See #11.  
    13) Behind another painting in the south area with a diamond-shaped hole 
    behind it. Climb a bookshelf to see it.  
    14) On a ceiling beam near # 13.  
    15) Exit the library and head towards the basement of the house. One is on a 
    beam at the foot of the stairs above the big pots. You can only see its legs.  
    16) Inside a pot on top of a crate before the stairs.  
    17) North wall of room. Burn the web first, then hookshot token.  
    18) Inside a large mask. It will peek out and that's when you hookshot it.  
    19) Bang the large barrel next to the first door.  
    20) Enter the northwest room (burn the web to enter it) which looks a storage 
    room with canoes. Bang the large crate to the right of the door.  
    21) On the wooden beam above the canoes. Shoot a Fire Arrow at it first.  
    22) Behind the canoes on the wall.  
    23) Southern area of room. Bang large crate. Walk through the hole and 
    hookshot the spider above it inside.  
    24) Stand on the crate next to #23 and hookshot the target slightly right to 
    reach the rafter. It's in a pot.  
    25) Exit the room and go back to the basement. Enter the east room with a 
    bunch of laughing skeletons around a table. They won't harm you. Bang the 
    barrel in the top left corner. See Heart Piece list (#35).  
    26) Goron stomp while on the table and 3 spiders fall from the chandelier.  
    27) See #26  
    28) See #26  
    29) Behind a painting near the barrel from #25.  
    30) Behind some cobwebs on the ceiling on the west side.  
     
    To exit the house, go back to the first area. Hookshot the target up ahead 
    and, as Goron Link, roll up the steep ramp.
    
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                               *Enemy Bestiary*
    
    
    Armos
    Found in Stone Tower Temple. Touch the statue to make it come to life. Slash 
    it with your sword, then MOVE! It blows up!  
    
     
    Beamos
    Found in Stone Tower Temple and Rockville. Blow it up with a bomb or the 
    Blast Mask. This machine has a rotating eye that will shoot an extended laser 
    beam if it sees you.  
    
     
    Big Poe 
    Found in Stone Tower Temple, Ikana Graveyard and Ghost Challenge mini-game. 
    Use your shield to block its attacks, then use arrows or your sword on it.  
    
     
    Black/White Boes 
    Found in Snowhead Temple, Woodfall Temple and Stone Tower Temple. Slash them 
    with your sword.  
    
     
    Blue/Red Flame Bubbles (skulls)
    Found in Termina Field. Don't let them touch you or you'll lose your sword 
    ability for a little while! Shoot them with arrows.  
    
     
    Blue/Green/Red Chuchus 
    Found in Termina Field, Stone Tower Temple and Great Bay Temple. Chuchus are 
    bubbles. Red ones leave a heart behind, green ones leave a magic bottle 
    behind and blue ones (clear) can be used as ice blocks when hit with an Ice 
    Arrow. Use your sword on them.  
      
    
    Blue Tektite
    Found in Mountain Village. A couple of sword slashes or other hits will beat 
    them easily.  
     
    
    Deku Baba
    Found in Termina Field, Woodfall Temple, Great Bay Temple and 
    Southern Swamp. Plants that come in three forms: small (the top sticks out of 
    the ground), tall (stays tall and sits there) and attack (ones that charges 
    at you.) There are also ones that sit on lily pads in Great Bay Temple. Use 
    your sword or arrows on them.  
     
     
    Dexihands 
    Found in Great Bay Temple and Stone Tower Temple. They grab you and throw you 
    away from them if you get too close. Use arrows or Zora Link's boomerang on 
    them.  
     
    
    Dodongo
    Found in Termina Field. Big but dumb fire-breathing dragons. Slash them with 
    your sword, bomb them or shoot arrows at their tail. Don't let them see you 
    or you'll get torched.  
     
     
    Dragonfly
    Found in Woodfall and Woodfall Temple. These guys use an electric shock on 
    their tails when they see you. Shoot them with arrows or bubbles (as Deku 
    Link.)  
     
     
    Eeno
    Found in Termina Field and Snowhead Temple. A snowy creature that throws 
    snowballs at you. Use your sword or fire arrows.  
     
     
    Floormaster   
    Found in Stone Tower Temple. These hands stay on the ceiling and grab you 
    when their shadow lands on you. If you hear a windy sound and see a shadow 
    under you, MOVE! Slash them with your sword or use the Mirror Shield, 
    reflecting light on them. Sometimes they can break up into three small hands, 
    so quickly get rid of those new hands before they grow bigger!  
     
     
    Freezard 
    Found in Snowhead Temple. They blow icy breath at you. Slash them with your 
    sword or use Fire Arrows.  
     
     
    Gold Skulltula
    Found in two Skulltula Houses (one in Southern Swamp and the other in Great 
    Bay.) These spiders are now found in houses by the dozens! Use your hookshot 
    or sword to get rid of them, then collect the token they leave behind. 
    Collect all 30 in both houses to get two good prizes. This time, the spiders 
    move a bit faster and don't stay in the same spot all the time.  
     
     
    Guay 
    Found in many areas. They are annoying birds that swoop down to hit you. 
    Pretty harmless. They only take one hit before they're defeated.  
     
     
    Hiploop 
    Found in Woodfall and Stone Tower Temple. These guys are annoying because 
    they're fast. It's easier to use your sword on them. In the temple, these 
    guys wear a white mask, so bomb them first to knock it off.  You can also 
    pull the metal mask off of the charging beetles with your hookshot (thanks 
    Lexie for the tip). 
     
     
    Keese (normal, ice and fire) 
    Found in many areas. Keese are bats but they can be just plain bats or carry 
    fire or ice to harm you. Use arrows to shoot them down.  
     
     
    Leever 
    Found in Termina Field near Great Bay's entrance. These guys are fast! Use 
    your shield to block them or just ignore them and run away!  
     
     
    Like-Like 
    Found in Great Bay. These guys are gross! They're big globs looking for you 
    as their main course. Don't get too close or they'll eat you, possibly taking 
    an item before they spit you back out! Slash them with your sword when their 
    mouth isn't pointing at you. If they steal an item, just defeat them to get 
    it back.  
     
     
    Mad Scrub 
    Found in Woodfall and Deku Palace. These plants shoot nuts at you. Slash them 
    with your sword or, in the palace, shoot them with bubbles since they're 
    further away from you.  
     
     
    Octorok
    Found in Great Bay Temple and Ikana Valley. Octoroks are water-based 
    creatures that shoot rocks at you (hence their name.) Shoot them with arrows 
    to get rid of them or, in most cases, you need to shoot Ice Arrows at them to 
    freeze them and use them as stepping stones.  
     
     
    Poe (see Big Poe)  
     
     
    Real Bombchu
    Found in Stone Tower Temple and the road leading to Ikana. They look like 
    dogs with a bomb on their backs. When they see you, they chase you down, then 
    blow up. Use your shield to make them fall back and explode (thanks Gary for 
    the tip). Also, if you're riding Epona, they will run into you and explode 
    without hurting you.  
     
     
    Skulltula
    Found in many areas. These guys are bigger than Gold Skulltulas. Slash their 
    back when they turn around or use arrows on their front.  
     
     
    Snapper 
    Found in Woodfall Temple and Woods of Mystery. These guys move fast, but, 
    oddly enough, are actually turtles! Use your shield to block them. Bomb them 
    out of their misery!  
     
     
    Stalchild 
    Found in 2nd Skulltula House and Ikana Graveyard. They don't harm you at all. 
    You can talk to them while wearing the Captain's Hat.  
     
     
    Takkuri 
    Found in Termina Field near Milk Road entrance. These birds steal your items 
    if you get too close. Shoot them with arrows from a distance to gain a Gold 
    Rupee. Also, you can wear the Stone Mask so you can stand close by, but they 
    won't see you. Six fire/ice/light arrows does it every time while wearing the 
    Stone Mask (*thanks David for the tip*).  
     
     
    Wolfos
    Found in Snowhead Temple, Mountain Village and Southern Swamp (at night.) 
    These guys appear when you walk near their spot and they chase after you, 
    taking swipes. Slash them with your sword and use your shield to defend.
    
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                         *Boss & Mini-Boss Strategies*
    
    
    Level of Difficulty:  
     
    *= very, very easy  
    **= pretty easy  
    ***= hard  
    ****= very hard  
    *****= super hard  
     
    
    Skull Kid (mini-boss in Clock Town)  
    Easy fight. You can't even call it a fight, really. Z-target the Skull Kid 
    and, as Deku Link, shoot a bubble at him. Just one. That's it! Grab your 
    Ocarina that the Skull Kid drops.  
    Difficulty: *  
    Reward: You get your ocarina back and re-learn the Song of Time. 
    
    
    Metal Dinalfos (mini-boss in Woodfall Temple)  
    Another easy battle. Slash the Dinalfos with your sword and backflip to avoid 
    his fire blast. He also has a weak sword attack.  
    Difficulty: *  
    Reward: Hero's Bow with 30 arrows.  
     
    
    Gekko (mini-boss in Woodfall Temple)  
    A little more difficult. Slash Gekko until he summons his turtle friend. He 
    will ride it and attempt to flatten you. Change to Deku Link and burrow into 
    a flower. When Gekko runs over the flower, launch up and he will fling off 
    the turtle and climb on the walls. Change to normal Link and try to Z-target 
    him. Once targeted, fire arrows until you hit him. Continue this process a 
    few more times. Gekko ends up turning into a small frog, which helps you in 
    getting a Heart Piece later.  
    Difficulty: **  
    Reward: Potential Heart Piece and boss key.  
     
    
    Odolwa (Woodfall Temple boss)  
    You only require the sword to do this battle. Odolwa is a tall warrior and 
    has a powerful sword. Slash his legs and use your shield to protect you from 
    the sword. He may call upon spiders to attack you. They are a good source of 
    hearts. He may also make a ring of fire, which you cannot get through. Just 
    keep slashing his legs whenever possible. You can use arrows as well if it's 
    easier for you (thanks Gary for the tip) or bombs work as well (thanks Julian
    for that tip).  
    Difficulty: **  
    Reward: Heart Container, Odolwa's Remains guardian mask, learn Oath to Order 
    ocarina song.  
     
    
    Wizrobe- Phase 1 (mini-boss in Snowhead Temple)  
    Wizrobe is a wizard that has one attack mode: shooting a ball of ice at you. 
    He appears and disappears using the teleport pads. The easiest way to beat 
    him is to stand in one spot at all times and use your arrows to fire at him. 
    The first part of the battle is easy as he appears in one spot. After a 
    while, he will clone and appear in all the pads, but only one Wizrobe is 
    real. Shoot the real one.  
    Difficulty: *  
    Reward: Fire Arrows  
     
    
    Wizrobe- Phase 2 (mini-boss in Snowhead Temple)  
    Wizrobe is back. Same deal as the last fight, except there are more 
    teleporting pads and, therefore, more clones in the second half of the 
    battle. Use the same strategies as before.  
    Difficulty: * 1/2  
    Reward: Boss key  
     
    
    Goht (Snowhead Temple boss)  
    This is a wickedly fun battle!! Shoot a fire arrow at the frozen boss to 
    start the fight. This is the best roller coaster ever. Change to Goron Link 
    and roll around the circular area. Bang into Goht with your spiked shell and 
    he will send a blue shockwave at you. Avoid it and repeat this process. He 
    will then start throwing bombs and rocks and pillars will grow out of the 
    ground. Avoid all of this and continue banging into him. If you bang him 
    enough times in a row, he will fall and all you need to do is roll into his 
    body continuously. It will be hard the first time you battle him, but if you 
    continue playing the game over and over again, you'll love it!!  
    Difficulty: *** (first try), ** (afterwards)  
    Reward: Heart Container, Goht's Remains guardian mask  
     
    
    Gerudo Guard (mini-boss of Gerudo Lagoon x3)  
    You will fight 3 guards in 3 different rooms, but they all have the same 
    mannerisms. Use your shield to protect and slash with your sword when 
    possible. Don't take too long to win and don't use the big A-button slash 
    (where he uses two hands on the sword and lunges forward). If you take too 
    long to beat her, she will trap you and you'll have to re-enter the lagoon.  
    Difficulty: *  
    Reward: Each time you beat a guard, you get one of the Zora Eggs from a tank, 
    three in total.  
     
    
    Wart (mini-boss of Great Bay Temple)  
    This boss is pretty tough. It's a big eyeball with many bubbles surrounding 
    it. First, look up and stare into its eye to get the battle started. Shoot a 
    fire arrow at the bubbles to separate them, then slash them as they bounce 
    around. Get rid of all or almost all the bubbles. Shoot a standard arrow into 
    Wart's big eye. After a few hits to the eye, he moves very quickly around the 
    room, banging into walls and maybe you! Shoot at the eye when you can. After 
    a few more hits, Wart explodes, so watch out.  
    Difficulty: ***  
    Reward: Ice Arrows  
     
    
    Gekko-yet again (mini-boss of Great Bay Temple)  
    Gekko is back and he's a bit harder than he was in Woodfall Temple. No turtle 
    this time. Instead, he throws hard bubbles at you like Frisbees. Dodge the 
    bubbles and slash him. He'll then take all the bubbles and fly to the 
    ceiling. Get into a corner and shoot an ice arrow at the big bubble with 
    Gekko inside before he lands on you and traps you in the bubble, where you 
    are defenseless against his attacks. Once you hit the bubble with an ice 
    arrow it freezes (of course) and crashes to the ground, restoring the bubbles 
    for him to throw at you. Continue slashing.  
    Difficulty: ** 1/2  
    Reward: Potential Heart Piece, boss key.  
     
    
    Gyorg (Great Bay Temple boss)  
    This is one annoying and very, very difficult boss (sorry!) Make sure you 
    have a lot of hearts and maybe even a couple of bottled fairies to revive you 
    if you extinguish all your hearts. Gyorg is a big fish that jumps out of the 
    water to attack you on a platform and then, while underwater, bangs into the 
    platform if you don't attack him fast enough. While Gyorg is underwater, 
    shoot an arrow at him. He is stunned and now is your chance to attack. Change 
    to Zora Link and dive down to the bottom. Use your shock attack to cause 
    damage. Quickly swim back to the platform. This is the hardest part, because 
    Gyorg usually grabs you before you get up and, right out of the movie Jaws, 
    chews you up a bit, before spitting you out. Continue the arrow and shock 
    attacks until he releases a school of attack fish. Ignore them and continue 
    attacking Gyorg until he is defeated.  
    Difficulty: *****  
    Reward: Heart Container, Gyorg's Remains guardian mask.  
    
    *From Miguel:  What i do is after i collect all 15 stray fairys, before i 
    enter the door to fight the boss i take the fairys to the fountain to get my 
    double defence so that Gyrog doesnt inflict that much damage. after i have 
    double defence i head down to fight the boss. Now what i do is drop down to 
    the water and fight him there, stunning and hitting Gyrog at the same time 
    with my zora boomerangs, now when he releases his little fishes i let them 
    all gather around me and ZAP! with the Lighting barrier i get them all, now 
    focus on gyrog after a couple of boomerang hits hes down for the count. I 
    mean he WILL get you and chew you a few times but it wont do as much damage 
    since you already have double defence and its a faster to beat him like that 
    (for me it is).
     
    
    Skeleton & Minions (mini-boss of Ikana Graveyard)  
    Play the Sonata of Awakening to awaken the mini-boss. Follow him through the 
    path, shooting arrows at him whenever possible. When you pass certain points, 
    he puts up a fire wall and sends two "minions" after you. Defeat them to 
    extinguish the wall. If you get close to the big skeleton, slash him with 
    your sword. The arrows slow him down.  
    Difficulty: **  
    Reward: Captain's Hat  
     
    
    Iron Knuckle (mini-boss of Ikana Graveyard, inside the grave)  
    This enemy is tough, but I love to fight these guys, especially a few at 
    once! Lucky for you, you only have to fight one. He's heavily equipped and 
    has thick armour, but he's slow. Z-target him and hold it for the entire 
    fight. Slash him and then quickly backflip to avoid his attack (all he does 
    is take a swing at you with his sword). After a few hits, he loses his armour 
    and is a bit faster, but weaker without protection. Slash him some more until 
    he is defeated.  
    Difficulty: **  
    Reward: Song of Storms ocarina song  
     
    
    Wizrobe- yet again (mini-boss of Ikana Ruins)  
    This guy doesn't give up. Gotta give him credit for that. This time, he 
    shoots fire and the attack is a bit more widespread than the ice from 
    Snowhead Temple. Use the arrow attack, as usual. Again, he clones himself. 
    Hit the real Wizrobe.  
    Difficulty: **  
    Reward: Nothing :o(  
     
    
    King Igos and Company (Ikana Ruins boss)  
    This boss seems like a mini-boss, but technically, he's the last boss in 
    Ikana Ruins, so he's really the boss. The king sits through the first part of 
    the fight, releasing his two guards to fight you. Shoot fire arrows at the 
    two windows to burn the curtains. These guys have a weakness for bright 
    light. Slash with your sword, then stand under a light patch and reflect the 
    light off your shield onto each of the guards to incinerate them. Work on one 
    guard until he's gone, then finish off the other one. When they're both gone, 
    the king fights you. He is tougher than the guards and has 3 attacks. He can 
    leap at you with his sword, decapitate himself and throw his head at you or 
    blow his poisonous breath. Just attack with your sword until he's weak, then 
    reflect the light on him. A funny cinema follows the battle.  
    Difficulty: ** 1/2  
    Reward: Elegy of Emptiness ocarina song  
     
    
    Ghost of Garo (mini-boss of Stone Tower Temple)  
    This enemy's main attack is with fiery swords. Let him bounce into the air, 
    then after he lands, slash with your sword, especially when he stands there 
    for a bit, then quickly block with your shield as he rebounds right away. He 
    will disappear and reappear near you, so heads up!  
    Difficulty: **  
    Reward: Light Arrows  
     
    
    Wizrobe-again?!? (mini-boss of Stone Tower Temple)  
    This guy is back (was there any doubt?) There is a VERY easy way to beat this 
    guy. If you stand under that structure with the iron gate blocking the one 
    side, Wizrobe can only attack you from one pad and that is when you can fire 
    an arrow at him. I always use this method, but if you find that boring, just 
    do the usual. He clones himself again. Yadda yadda yadda...  
    Difficulty: * (if you use the easy method), *** (if you use the usual method)  
    Reward: Stray Fairy  
     
    
    Gomess (mini-boss of Stone Tower Temple)  
    This guy reminds me of Dracula with the bats all over him. Shoot a light 
    arrow at him to scatter the bats, then slash him with your sword. Use your 
    shield to block his scythe attack. Repeat this process until his demise.  
    Difficulty: **  
    Reward: Boss key  
     
    
    Eyegore (mini-boss of Stone Tower Temple)  
    This battle doesn't even have its own room! It's like a big enemy that you 
    need to beat to get by him. If you get close to him, he fires a laser attack. 
    When his eye turns yellow, fire an arrow at it. Be quick, because his attacks 
    are almost constant.  
    Difficulty: ** 1/2  
    Reward: Giant Mask  
     
    
    Twin-Mold (Stone Tower Temple boss)  
    These "molds" are flying dragons, but this battle is not as hard as it seems. 
    You need to wear the Giant Mask through the battle. You should have a good 
    stock of magic. Slash the head and tail of both molds. That's it. If you run 
    out of magic, the mask is automatically removed, but there are pots with 
    magic jars to replenish and you can smash the small pillars as Giant Link for 
    magic as well.  
    Difficulty: ** 1/2  
    Reward: Heart Container, Twin-Mold guardian mask  
     
    
    Majora's Mask (final boss)  
    This battle is pretty fun and if you have the Fierce Deity Mask, you can 
    transform into Oni Link and the battle is extremely easy with Oni Link's 
    laser attack and sword. If you decide to fight as normal Link or you didn't 
    get the Oni Mask, here's a guide. There are three phases of the battle. In 
    the first phase, he has several tentacles that he snaps at you occasionally. 
    Use your shield to defend yourself and shoot an arrow at his back whenever 
    possible. After a few hits, the four guardian masks fly around as well. Use 
    your shield to reflect the mask's laser attack at the masks. When all four 
    masks are gone, reflect the laser at Majora's Mask. After that, he transforms 
    into the second phase: Majora's Reincarnation. He grows arms and legs and 
    dances around the arena (notice his pirouettes and Michael Jackson's 
    moonwalk), sometimes stopping and bouncing these energy balls around. Slash 
    his legs whenever possible. Then he enters the third and final phase: 
    Majora's Wrath. He is even bigger and uses two whips to attack you, which can 
    reach across the entire room. Use your shield to defend and use arrows or 
    your sword on its legs. After a while, the mask releases spinning spiked tops 
    at you, which can blow up. Ignore them and shoot or slash the mask until it 
    is defeated. Congratulations! Now enjoy the brilliant final cinema.  
    
    Alternative:  Transform into Zora link and just use his boomerang attack.
    It does great! (Submitted by Davis Hill)
    
    Difficulty: As normal Link: *** (phase 1), ** (phase 2), ***(phase 3), 
    ***(overall). As Oni Link: all phases and the battle overall- *  
    Reward: You beat the game! 
    
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                           *4 Swords & 6 Bottles*
    
    
    4 Swords:
    
    1) You start with the Kokiri Sword, so that's easy.  
    2) Complete the following: On Day 1, slow down time; defeat Odolwa and Goht 
    (Woodfall and Snowhead Temples); have the Hero's Bow and at least 1 bottle; 
    compete in the Goron Races and win the Gold Dust; have at least 200 rupees in 
    your wallet (which means having the Adult Wallet); after all that, return the 
    time to normal speed.  
    3) Go to the Mountain Village and enter the log cabin with your Kokiri Sword 
    on Day 1. Pay the smithy 100 rupees to upgrade to the Razor Sword. Exit the 
    cabin and advance to Day 2.  
    4) Pick up the Razor Sword. Talk to him again to upgrade to the Gilded Sword. 
    Pay another 100 rupees and give him the gold dust. Exit and advance to Day 3. 
    Pick up your new sword and bottle.  
    5) Go back to Day 1 and your Gilded Sword is in your status from now on!  
    6) To get the Great Fairy's Sword, which does not replace the Gilded Sword, 
    but instead is used as a C-button item, you need to find all 15 stray fairies 
    in Stone Tower Temple and visit Ikana's Great Fairy Fountain. See Stray 
    Fairies page for help.  
     
    
    6 Bottles:
    
    1) After you get your ocarina back, go to Southern Swamp and behind the 
    Potion Shop is the forest. Talk to the monkey in front and follow him to 
    Kotake, who has fallen (and can't get up). Go to the Potion Shop and talk to 
    Koume to get a free bottle of red potion. If you're a good hero, you'll give 
    the red potion to Kotake. You get to keep the bottle.  
     
    2) After you beat Goht in Snowhead Temple, get permission to carry the powder 
    kegs by doing the task (see walkthrough for Mountain Village). After you have 
    access to the giant bomb kegs, use one to get into the Goron Races. Carry one 
    from the guy that gave you the task to the area where Tingle is. At the end 
    of the area, turn right and throw the bomb up each of the steps to the top. 
    Place it in front of the giant boulder. Compete in the Goron Races. When you 
    come in first place, you win Gold Dust inside a bottle.  
     
    3) At Romani Ranch, when you help Romani defeat the alien creatures, you win 
    a bottle of milk.  
    
    4) In Great Bay, in the second area on the beach, go far left, still on the 
    beach and hookshot to the high tree. Continue hookshoting until you reach a 
    cave. As Zora Link, enter it to the Beavers' Hideout. Jump into the water and 
    approach the beaver. Race him and make sure you get through all 20 rings. 
    That is the goal, since you can't actually cross the finish line before the 
    beaver. If you win, you need to race his brother through 25 rings. Win that 
    race and you get a bottle. If you exit the hideout and race them both again 
    and win both times, you get a Heart Piece.  
     
    5) On Day 3, go to Ikana Graveyard at night. Wearing the Captain's Hat, order 
    the skeletons to break the gravestone they are guarding. Drop down the hole 
    and meet Dampe, the gravekeeper. Talk to him and he'll let you help him 
    search for "treasure" by using Tatl as his light. Dampe is extremely slow, so 
    Z-target him and slowly make your way to each sand pit. He'll dig each one 
    you approach. Your goal is to dig up three blue flames. After you finish on 
    the bottom floor, get Dampe onto the elevating platform and guide him up to 
    the top floor. There are two pits up there and one of them is a flame. Once 
    all three flames are exposed, a big Poe appears. Fight him using arrows. When 
    he's gone, a chest appears. Open it for a bottle.  
     
    6) In Anju and Kafei's Quest (see Side Quests), give the Express Mail to 
    Kafei's mother in person and you get a bottle filled with Chateau Romani. 
    
    
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                                *Side Quests*
    
    
    Deku Merchants: 
     
    Here is the step-by-step trading sequence to get a Gold Rupee at the very end 
    and Heart Pieces along the way:
     
    1) In East Clock Town, give the Bomber blocking the tunnel the password that 
    you learned. Enter the tunnel and go straight through. Stay on the shallow 
    water to avoid the Skulltula. Pop the balloon with arrows or with bubbles as 
    Deku Link. Climb the ladder and then the colourful stairs to the man with the 
    telescope. Talk to him and say yes to looking into the telescope. Look up and 
    press A to zoom in on the top of the Clock Tower. The Moon drops an object. 
    After you're finished looking, go through the door here and pick up the 
    Moon's Tear. Backtrack to Clock Town and go to the South area. Find the gold 
    Deku Flower and a flying Deku will appear. Talk to him again and, when 
    prompted to, give him the Moon's Tear. He'll give you the Land Title Deed and 
    the flower. As Deku Link, you can dive into this flower and go left to get 
    the Heart Piece on the ledge on Clock Tower.  
     
    2) In Southern Swamp, go to the Photo Hut. On your left is a Deku hiding in a 
    flower. Talk to him as normal Link and, when prompted to, give him the Land 
    Title Deed. He'll give you the Swamp Title Deed and the flower. As Deku Link, 
    dive into the flower and get the Heart Piece on the roof of the hut.  
     
    3) In Mountain Village, look for the gold flower on the bottom floor in the 
    area near the Goron Shrine. If you have the Bigger Bomb Bag from Clock Town's 
    Bomb Shop, you can trade that bag and 200 rupees with this merchant for the 
    Biggest Bomb Bag (as Goron Link). Anyway, as Deku Link talk to him and, when 
    prompted to, give him the Swamp Title Deed. In exchange, you get the Mountain 
    Title Deed and the flower. Dive in and collect the Heart Piece on the ledge 
    behind you.  
     
    4) In Zora Hall, go into Lulu's dressing room (the far left room) as Zora 
    Link. As Goron Link, talk to the Deku hiding in the flower. When prompted to, 
    give him the Mountain Title Deed. In exchange, you get the Ocean Title Deed 
    and the flower. As Deku Link, dive into the flower and collect the Heart 
    Piece on the nearby ledge.  
     
    5) In Ikana Valley during the daytime, go right, past Sakon the Thief, under 
    the overhang to the Deku. As Zora Link, talk to him and give him the Ocean 
    Title Deed, when prompted to. In exchange, you get a Gold Rupee and the 
    flower. As Deku Link, dive into the flower and collect the Heart Piece on the 
    ledge across from you.  
    You're done!  
    
    
    Anju and Kafei's Quest: 
     
    You need to have the following to complete this side quest: Garo's Mask, 
    hookshot, owl statue at Ikana Valley hit.  
     
    Here is the step-by-step sequence to re-unite Anju and Kafei-
     
    1) On Day 1, at 10:00 a.m., go to the Mayor's Residence, then through the 
    right door. Talk to the lady and say yes to looking for her missing son. 
    You'll receive the Mask of Kafei.  
     
    2) On Day 1, at 2:00 p.m., go to the Stock Pot Inn and talk to Anju as normal 
    Link (without the Kafei Mask). Say yes when asked if you have a reservation 
    (liar, liar, pants on fire :o) ) and she'll give you a Room Key. Go to the 
    second floor and open the second door on your right. Open the treasure chest 
    for a Silver Rupee.  
     
    3) Immediately following Step 2, go back to the front desk and listen to the 
    conversation between Anju and the Postman. With the Kafei Mask on, talk to 
    Anju. She'll ask you to meet her in the inn kitchen at 11:30 p.m. tonight.  
     
    4) Get to the kitchen on the bottom floor of the inn by 11:30 p.m. Anju is a 
    bit late getting there (she's there around 12:00 a.m. and will wait for you 
    until 6:00 a.m.) Talk to her as normal Link and she'll explain that the 
    letter she got today was from Kafei, the missing person, who is actually her 
    fiancee. She'll ask you to deliver her reply to him in the morning.  
    5) Exit the inn and put the letter into a red mailbox right away 
    (technically, it's morning already, so you're not breaking her promise!) Play 
    the Song of Double Time to advance to Day 2. At 3:30 p.m., the postman will 
    deliver the letter to the boy in the Laundry Pool. Watch him deliver the 
    letter, then enter the door there right after the boy does. Climb the stairs, 
    then talk to the boy and he'll reveal his true identity. He is Kafei and has 
    been put under a spell by the Skull Kid, changing him to a child. He gives 
    you the Pendent of Memories to give to Anju.  
     
    6) Immediately following Step 5, go to the Stock Pot Inn and give the Pendent 
    of Memories to Anju. She will wait for Kafei.  
     
    7) Return to the Laundry Pool at 1:00 p.m. on Day 3. Kafei is no longer 
    there, but the Man from the Curiosity Shop is. He'll give you Keaton's Mask 
    (the first time you get this far in the side quest) and Express Mail to Mama. 
    You need to mail that letter yourself in person to Madame Aroma or give it 
    directly to the Postman for him to deliver to her.  
     
    8) On Day 3, you can get this letter to Madame Aroma two ways, both I suggest 
    you do in order to fill that section of the Bombers' Notebook. If you haven't 
    done this quest in full before, deliver the mail yourself. Wear Romani's Mask 
    and enter the Milk Bar at 6 p.m. and give the letter to Madame Aroma. She'll 
    give you a new bottle filled with Chateau Romani. Slow down time before doing 
    step #9. If you've already completed the entire quest, do everything up to 
    this step, but take the letter to the Post Office at 6 p.m. and give it to 
    the Postman. Follow him to the Milk Bar and wait until he comes back out. He 
    has been given orders by Madame to flee, so he gives you the Postman's Hat. 
    
    9) Immediately after delivering the express mail, warp to Ikana Valley and 
    quickly, on the lower level, go past the Deku in the flower. Behind the rocks 
    nearby is Kafei. Get to him before 7 p.m. Talk to him and he'll tell you 
    about the thief (Sakon) that stole his wedding ceremony mask. Wait until 
    Sakon enters his lair (make sure that he doesn't see you by wearing the Stone
    Mask). Kafei will follow him. You go in as well. Kafei 
    finds his mask but sets off a device that runs a conveyer belt, moving the 
    mask away. Kafei can't enter the door and step on that switch at the same 
    time. Quickly, step on the switch and Kafei will enter the door. Now you 
    control both characters! As Kafei, push one of the blocks on the switch. 
    Then, as Link, slash the Deku Baba. As Kafei, step on yellow switches 
    (avoiding red ones) to slow down the conveyor belt, then step on the blue 
    switch. As Link, slash the two Deku Babas. As Kafei, push the far left block 
    down. Press the yellow switch (after the switch comes back up, keep running 
    back to press it again.) Push the middle block on the red switch, then 
    quickly press the yellow switch again. Push the middle block down on the blue 
    switch. As Link, get rid of the Wolfos. As Kafei, push the far right block 
    down away from the door and go through. Press the switch. As Link, quickly 
    press the final switch to stop the mask from falling through the hole. If the 
    mask does fall, you'll have to play the Song of Time and re-start the whole 
    quest over again from Step 1!  
     
    10) After Kafei gets the Sun Mask back, hurry back to Clock Town (you can 
    warp there) and go to the Stock Pot Inn by 5:00 a.m. Go to the Employees' 
    Room on the top floor, 1st door. Anju is waiting for Kafei. Meanwhile, you 
    can open the chest for a Silver Rupee. Around 5:30 a.m., Kafei appears and 
    the happy couple are re-united. You are given the Couple's Mask as a token of 
    their gratitude. Whew! A long but worthwhile quest :o)
    
    
    Additional Strategy (submitted by Dionis)
    
    It is possible to get the Postman's Hat and the Couple's Mask in the same 
    night. Before Night of the Third Day but (if you don't want to wait a really 
    long time) after you get the priority mail, slow down time, then skip to 
    Night of the Third Day and run to the postman's house. Give him the priority 
    mail and warp to Ikana Canyon. Complete the hideout thing and get the sun's 
    mask and then warp back to Clock Town. Meet the postman in front of the gate 
    outside of the milk bar and get the hat. You should still have TONS of time 
    to kill since time was slowed (it's only a precaution).
    
    Also, some things to speed it up are:
    
    1.  Play the Song of Double Time and talk to Anju while wearing the Kafei 
        Mask
    2.  Wait until 11:30 P.M.  (you can't speed it up)
    3.  Meet with Anju at 11:30, then warp to dawn of the second day. 
    4.  Mail the letter. 
    5.  Play the Song of Double Time to warp to the night of the second day, and 
        go into Kafei's hideout to get the Pendant of Memories. 
    6.  Give it to Anju. 
    7.  Play the Song of Double Time twice to warp to the night of the final day
    8.  Go to Kafei's room and pick up the letter from the owner of the 
        Curiosity Shop.  you can skip this entire step and delivering the letter 
        to either the postman or madame aroma.
    9.  Warp to Ikana Canyon and sneak into Sakon's hideout at 7:00 P.M. (You 
        can use the Stone Mask to avoid bumping into Sakon on your way there). 
    10. Go to the Stock Pot Inn and wait for Kafei.(he arrives with only one and 
        a half hours left)
    
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                        *Owl Statue & Frog Locations*
    
    
    Owl Statues:
    
    1) Clock Town- On the left side of the Clock Tower in the South, across from 
    the entrance to West Clock Town.  
    2) Milk Road- Through the south exit of Clock Town, go straight and right, 
    past the big flying bird. It's on the left side, just before the entrance to 
    the Gorman Bros. farm.  
    3) Southern Swamp- To the far right of the area with the boat cruise/tourist 
    centre.  
    4) Woodfall Temple- On the platform with the Deku symbol where you open up 
    Woodfall Temple.  
    5) Mountain Village- In the north end of the village, past the small bridge.  
    6) Snowhead Mountain- At the very beginning of the area with the mountain 
    entrance to the temple, just to the right.  
    7) Great Bay- Across the ocean at the platform with the hook on top, where 
    the Marine Research Lab is.  
    8) Zora Cape- Accessed from inside Zora Hall, outside where Lulu stands and 
    you travel to Great Bay Temple, just to the left.  
    9) Ikana Valley- On the top level of the area to the left in front of the 
    ramp and Underworld entrance.  
    10) Rockville- At the very top of the mountain, in front of the entrance to 
    Stone Tower Temple. 
    
    
    Frogs:
    
    After you get the Don Gero mask, you can talk to the frogs scattered around 
    the worlds. You must have completed Woodfall and Snowhead Temples on the same 
    day first. Here are the locations of the frogs:  
     
    1) Clock Town- At the Laundry Pool near the tree.  
    2) Southern Swamp- On a log on the way to the Palace. You can see it while on 
    the boat cruise, but you can't get it until Woodfall Temple is finished.  
    3) Woodfall Temple- After defeating Gekko, he turns into a frog.  
    4) Great Bay Temple- Beating Gekko again this time turns him into another 
    frog.  
     
    The frogs are on lilypads on the small river in Mountain Village where the 
    log cabin is. Talk to them with the Don Gero Mask on and they will sing a 
    song, giving you a Heart Piece.
    
    
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                              *Shops & Vendors*
    
     
    Clock Town:
    
     
    Tingle  
    Location: North Clock Town  
    Hours of Operation: 24 hrs/day  
    Goods (Prices): Clock Town map (5 rupees), Woodfall map (40 rupees)  
    What You Should Get From Here: Clock Town map (maps are always cheaper in the 
    area they map out, so don't get the Woodfall map yet)  
     
     
    Trading Post  
    Location: West Clock Town  
    Hours of Operation: 24 hrs/day, except for a 1-hr. break at 9 p.m.  
    Goods (Prices): 30 Arrows (30 rupees), 50 Arrows (40 rupees), 1 Deku Stick 
    (10 rupees), 10 Deku Nuts (30 rupees), 1 Fairy (50 rupees), 1 Green Potion 
    (30 Rupees), 1 Red Potion (30 rupees), 1 Hero's Shield (80 rupees), 1 fish 
    (free from pond)  
    What You Should Get From Here: Whatever you need to stock up on. I recommend 
    the free fish!
    
    
    Bomb Shop  
    Location: West Clock Town  
    Hours of Operation: 24 hrs/day  
    Goods (Prices): Bomb bag (50 rupees), 10 bombs (30 rupees), 10 Bombchu (40 
    rupees), Bigger bomb bag (90 rupees if you stopped the robber in North Clock 
    Town), Powder Keg (50 rupees, talk to the Goron)  
    What You Should Get From Here: Bomb bag, bigger bomb bag, bombs (if you need 
    to stock up), bombchu (to have it added to your status), powder keg 
    (convenient)  
     
     
    Milk Bar/Latte  
    Location: East Clock Town  
    Hours of Operation: 10 p.m.- 6 a.m.  
    Goods (Prices): Milk (20 rupees), Chateau Romani (200 rupees), provide your 
    own bottle  
    What You Should Get From Here: Either one if you need it to replenish.
    
    
    Curiosity Shop  
    Location: West Clock Town  
    Hours of Operation: 10 p.m.- 6 a.m.  
    Goods (Prices): All-Night Mask (500 rupees)  
    What You Should Get From Here: All-Night Mask (need the following: stop 
    robber in North Clock Town on Day 1, have Giant Wallet, 500 rupees, Mask of 
    Kafei); if you need quick rupees, the man will buy items off you. Gold Dust, 
    Chateau Romani or Big Poe brings in 200 rupees. A fish or fairy brings in 20 
    rupees.  If the big Takkurai (bird) by the entrance to Milk Road in Hyrule
    Field steals your items, they are resold here & can be bought back.
     
     
    Southern Swamp/Milk Road:
     
     
    Tingle  
    Location: Milk Road  
    Hours of Operation: 24 hrs.  
    Goods (Prices): Romani Ranch map (20 rupees), Great Bay (40 rupees)  
    What You Should Get From Here: Romani Ranch map  
     
     
    Gorman Bros. Farm  
    Location: Milk Road (first entrance to the left)  
    Hours of Operation: 6 a.m.- 6 p.m.  
    Goods (Prices): Milk (50 rupees)  
    What You Should Get From Here: Nothing! It's a rip-off. You can get stronger 
    milk for 20 rupees at the Milk Bar/Latte.  
     
    
    Tingle  
    Location: Southern Swamp  
    Hours of Operation: 24 hrs.  
    Goods (Prices): Woodfall map (20 rupees), Snowhead map (40 rupees)  
    What You Should Get From Here: Woodfall map  
     
     
    Magic Bean Salesman  
    Location: In a hole in a maze in the Woodfall Palace  
    Hours of Operation: 24 hrs/day  
    Goods (Prices): Magic beans (10 rupees for 1)  
    What You Should Get From Here: Beans, whenever you need them  
     
     
    Magic Hags' Potion Shop  
    Location: Southern Swamp  
    Hours of Operation: 24 hrs/day  
    Goods (Prices): Red Potion (20 rupees), Green Potion (10 rupees), Blue Potion 
    (60 rupees after you bring Magic Mushrooms)  
    What You Should Get From Here: Potions, if you want to replenish  
     
     
    Mountain Village:  
     
     
    Tingle  
    Location: Area from village, north of the log cabin  
    Hours of Operation: 24 hrs/day  
    Goods (Prices): Snowhead map (20 rupees), Romani Ranch map (40 rupees)  
    What You Should Get From Here: Snowhead map
    
    
    Mountain Smithy  
    Location: Mountain Village  
    Hours of Operation: 24 hrs.  
    Goods (Prices): Razor Sword upgrade (100 rupees), Gilded Sword upgrade (100 
    rupees and Gold Dust)  
    What You Should Get From Here: Razor Sword, Gilded Sword.  
     
     
    Goron Shop  
    Location: Inside Goron Shrine on bottom floor  
    Hours of Operation: 24 hrs/day  
    Goods (Prices): 10 Bombs (40 rupees), 10 Arrows (40 rupees), Red Potion (80 
    rupees)  
    What You Should Get From Here: Whatever you need to stock up on, but the 
    prices are steep until you beat Snowhead Temple. Then those items are 10, 20 
    and 50 rupees each respectively.  
     
     
    Powder Keg Holder  
    Location: Mountain Village  
    Hours of Operation: 24 hrs/day  
    Goods (Prices): Powder Keg (50 rupees)  
    What You Should Get From Here: Powder Keg, if you need one. You can also get 
    one at Clock Town's Bomb Shop from another Goron.  
     
     
    Great Bay Coast:
    
     
    Tingle  
    Location: Great Bay Coast, across the ocean in front of the Marine Research 
    Lab  
    Hours of Operation: 24 hrs/day  
    Goods (Prices): Great Bay map (20 rupees), Stone Tower map (40 rupees)  
    What You Should Get From Here: Great Bay map  
     
     
    Zora Shop  
    Location: Zora Hall  
    Hours of Operation: 24 hrs/day  
    Goods (Prices): 1 Hero's Shield (90 rupees), 10 Arrows (20 rupees), Red 
    Potion (60 rupees)  
    What You Should Get From Here: Anything you need to stock up on, though the 
    prices are a bit steep.  
     
     
    Ikana Canyon:
    
     
    Tingle  
    Location: Ikana Canyon  
    Hours of Operation: 24 hrs/day  
    Goods (Prices): Stone Tower map (20 rupees), Clock Town map (40 rupees)  
    What You Should Get From Here: Stone Tower map  
     
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                                 *Mini-Games*
    
     
    Fun Meter:  
    *= boring  
    **= fair to good  
    ***= fun  
    ****= very fun  
    *****= fasten your seatbelts!  
     
     
    Clock Town:  
     
     
    Post Office- Timing Game  
    Location: West Clock Town  
    Hours of Operation: 9 a.m.- 3 p.m., Days 1 and 2  
    Price: 2 rupees (first try), 10 rupees afterwards  
    Object: To stop the clock on EXACTLY 10'00  
    How To Play: Talk to the Postman while he's in "training" in the post office. 
    Pay 2 rupees and watch the clock. Time it right and press A when the clock is 
    at 10 seconds.  
    Strategies: Wear the Bunny Hood when you talk to him and it slows down the 
    clock, making it easier to get.  
    Prize(s): Heart Piece; afterwards rupees.  
    Fun Meter: * 1/2
    
    
    Swordsman's School  
    Location: West Clock Town  
    Hours of Operation: 24 hrs., except on Day 3  
    Price: 1 rupee for Amateur Course, 10 rupees for Novice Course  
    Object: To learn new skills and for the novice course, to chop down all the 
    logs and earn 30 points.  
    How to Play: Choose your course and pay the fee. The amateur course has 
    lessons on different skills in combat and swordsmanship. The novice course is 
    the mini-game. You have to chop down all the logs that appear and earn 30 
    points.  
    Strategies: For the amateur course, just follow his instructions exactly as 
    said and you shouldn't have a problem. For the novice course, remember to 
    draw your sword first! I have done this numerous times and wonder why Link 
    rolls towards the log instead of hacking it. Anyway...remember that. Also, to 
    earn the maximum number of points, you need to slice the swords with the 
    lunge attack (A + Control Stick up with sword drawn).  
    Prize: Heart Piece for first completion of amateur course  
    Strategies: * 1/2
    
    
    Lottery Shop  
    Location: West Clock Town  
    Hours of Operation: Tickets- 6 a.m.- 5:59 p.m., Exchanges- 6-11 p.m.  
    Price: 10 rupees  
    Object: Like a real lottery, to have the winning numbers that are drawn.  
    How to Play: Buy a ticket and select your 4 numbers. Come back during 
    Exchange time and see if your numbers were drawn.  
    Strategies: Play once and then write down the winning numbers. Reset to Day 1 
    and play again, picking the winning numbers from the other day. This worked 
    for me!  
    Prize(s): 50 rupees  
    Fun Meter: * 1/2
    
    
    Deku Flying Game  
    Location: North Clock Town; Deku Playground  
    Hours of Operation: 24 hrs.  
    Price: 20 rupees  
    Object: To collect all the rupees on the small moving platforms, breaking 
    previously set records, three days in a row.  
    How To Play: Talk to a Deku and pay 20 rupees. Burrow into a flower and 
    launch out. Fly to each platform and collect the rupees as quickly as 
    possible.  
    Strategies: The best way to win is to conduct a pattern for yourself and 
    follow it each time.  
    Prize(s): 50 rupees for both wins on Days 1 and 2; Heart Piece on Day 3 win.  
    Fun Meter: *** 1/2
    
    
    Honey and Darling- Bombchu Gallery, Basket Bomb and Target Shooting  
    Location: East Clock Town  
    Hours of Operation: 6 a.m.- 10 p.m.  
    Price: 20 rupees  
    Object: To win all three games three days in a row.  
    How To Play: Talk to the dancers, Honey and Darling and pay 20 rupees each on 
    Days 1, 2 and 3. The first game is Bombchu Gallery where you place bombchus 
    down and they crawl to the targets on the wall. The second game is Basket 
    Bomb. Like the sport of basketball, throw the bombs into the baskets hanging 
    on the wall while the platform moves. The third game is Target Shooting. Fire 
    arrows at each target on the wall while the platform moves. The trick to all 
    three is that you cannot get off the platform to do the tasks.  
    Strategies: For the bombchu game, try to line up with the target before you 
    drop the bombchu. If you are relatively straight with it, you will hit it. 
    For the bomb basket game, again line yourself up with the basket before 
    throwing the bomb. For the arrow shooting game, you have a sniper view, so 
    its much easier. Use the Control Stick to guide the sniper while the platform 
    is moving. Do it slowly so you don't lose control.  
    Prize(s): 50 rupees on Days 1 and 2; Heart Piece on Day 3.  
    Fun Meter: *** 1/2  
     
     
    Clock Town Shooting Gallery  
    Location: East Clock Town  
    Hours of Operation: 6 a.m.- 10 p.m.  
    Price: 30 rupees  
    Object: To hit all the red octoroks while avoiding the blue ones and beating 
    the clock.  
    How To Play: Pay 30 rupees and fire arrows at the red octroks  
    Strategies: You cannot possibly beat this game the first time you play. You 
    need to develop a pattern and think very fast. You can't even think about 
    where the octorok will appear, you have to know where it is before it 
    appears.  
    Prize(s): First time you get them all, Largest Quiver (50 arrows). Second 
    time, Heart Piece. If you do it a third time or break the record, but don't 
    get them all, 50 rupees.  
    Fun Meter: *****
    
    
    Treasure Chest Game  
    Location: East Clock Town  
    Hours of Operation: 6 a.m.- 10 p.m.  
    Price: 20 rupees  
    Object: To get to the chest through the wall maze that appears  
    How To Play: Pay 20 rupees and walk on the checkered floor. If you get 
    trapped, go around and try another way.  
    Strategies: Play as Goron Link, because that's how you get the Heart Piece. 
    Walk anywhere and when a wall appears, move quickly around it. If you get 
    trapped, get to a safe spot and try another path.  
    Prize(s): Heart Piece for Goron Link; 50 rupees for other Link forms  
    Fun Meter: * (personally, my least favourite)  
     
     
    Southern Swamp:
     
     
    Southern Swamp Shooting Gallery  
    Location: Southern Swamp, to the left in the first area  
    Hours of Operation: 6 a.m.- 6 p.m.  
    Price: 20 rupees  
    Object: To hit all the enemies that appear within the time limit  
    How To Play: Pay 20 rupees and shoot the enemies that appear. You will see 
    constant patterns.  
    Strategies: Remember to get the Deku high up on the left stone wall and on 
    the right tree branch, as well as all the enemies that appear in the main 
    area. Also, remember that the birds appear on the left and then the next time 
    they come, is on the right. Two wolves appear, one in the back and one in the 
    front, always moving from left to right. Dekus appear in a row of 5.  
    Prize(s): If you get them all, you first get the Large Quiver (40 arrows), 
    second time: Heart Piece; otherwise 50 rupees if you break a record or get 
    them all again after getting the Heart Piece.  
    Fun Meter: ****  
     
     
    Koume's Boat Cruise Shooting Game  
    Location: Southern Swamp- Boat Cruise/Tourist Centre  
    Hours of Operation: 24 hrs.  
    Price: free for first try; costs you rupees afterwards  
    Object: To hit the target on Koume at least 20 times and not hit Koume more 
    than 5 times.  
    How To Play: Pay inside the boat cruise/tourist centre at Koume's window 
    after you finished Woodfall Temple and beat Odolwa and saved Koume from the 
    forest. Use arrows on Koume's target, but try not to hit her.  
    Strategies: Steady your aim with the Control Stick slowly. Don't aim too high 
    or you'll hit Koume. She moves around, so watch that, too.  
    Prize(s): Heart Piece for first win; rupees afterwards  
    Fun Meter: ***  
     
     
    Romani Ranch/Milk Road:
    
    
    Doggy Racetrack  
    Location: Romani Ranch, back of the farm, left door.  
    Hours of Operation: 6 a.m.- 8 p.m.  
    Price: bet anywhere from 10-50 rupees  
    Object: To pick the dog that will win the race.  
    How To Play: Talk to Mamamu Yan (the lady) and she'll let you pick a dog. 
    Pick up the dog you think will win and go up to the lady. Confirm your choice 
    and then choose your wager. Watch the race (your dog has an arrow pointing at 
    it).  
    Strategies: Save your money and play the game when you have the Mask of 
    Truth. Wearing the Mask of Truth allows you to read the thoughts of the dogs 
    and, therefore, pick a more likely winner. Choose a dog with the most 
    confident thought.  
    Tip from David C. Barber: If you bet 80 rupees at the dog track, your dog 
    only has to finish second to win the 150+ prize. Since most dogs that start 
    out saying "Ruff" tend to run in the top 5 anyway, you'll almost always at 
    least get your bet back. If you have the Giant Wallet and already put your 
    5000 rupees in the bank for that HP, you can withdraw 500 again and run a lot 
    of races until you win.  
    Prize(s): 1st place with a 50-rupee bet- Heart Piece (the biggest prize); 
    otherwise rupees if you come in 1st-5th place.  
    Fun Meter: ***  
     
     
    Gorman Racing  
    Location: Gorman farm, located off Milk Road  
    Hours of Operation: 6 a.m.- 6 p.m.  
    Price: 10 rupees  
    Object: To race both Gorman brothers on your horse, Epona and win.  
    How To Play: First, you need to get Epona, your horse, back. When you do, you 
    talk to the Gorman brothers while on your horse to race them. Pay 10 rupees 
    to race.  
    Strategies: Don't eat up all your carrots, because it'll really slow down 
    your horse and it will take a while to get them refilled. Use all but 1 or 2, 
    then wait a bit and it will refill one at a time. Avoid the sand pits, 
    because you can get stuck with them. You can hop the fences if you have the 
    right timing and carrot energy.  
    Prize(s): Garo Mask  
    Fun Meter: ***
    
    
    Romani's Shooting Practice  
    Location: Romani Ranch  
    Hours of Operation: Day 1, when you open the entrance to the ranch  
    Price: free  
    Object: To pop all the balloons within the time limit  
    How To Play: Talk to Romani after you open the ranch to become her assistant. 
    Say yes to practicing and, while on Epona, draw your bow and shoot all the 
    orange alien balloons within the time limit.  
    Strategies: This game isn't too hard. Keep your bow drawn and, if you need to 
    turn around, put it away and move first.  
    Prize(s): Epona is returned to you.  
    Fun Meter: **  
     
     
    Mountain Village:
    
    
    Goron Races  
    Location: Mountain Village  
    Hours of Operation: Whenever you open the cave  
    Price: free to compete  
    Object: To race the other Gorons, dodge trees, bombs and other Gorons and 
    come in first.  
    How To Play: Get a Powder Keg and bomb the race entrance, which is in the 
    area with Tingle at the beginning of the area on the right side, up the 
    steps. Talk to the little Goron once inside and you automatically enter. Hold 
    the A button to curl up and hold the Control Stick up to power up.  
    Strategies: Get a head-start by rolling just before "GO!" appears. Speed up 
    and collect magic jars from the pots. Avoid the trees, bombs and other 
    Gorons, otherwise you'll collide and have to power up again.  
    Prize(s): Gold Dust in a bottle (if you win on Day 1)  
    Fun Meter: *****  
     
     
    Great Bay:  
     
     
    Fisherman's Jumping Game  
    Location: Great Bay Coast  
    Hours of Operation: after 6 p.m. and after you defeat Gyorg  
    Price: 10 rupees  
    Object: To jump on the island that has a lit torch 20 times and not fall off.  
    How To Play: Go along the beach to the right of the Marine Research Lab until 
    you see a lit torch and a boat. Jump on the boat and take out your hookshot. 
    When you approach a palm tree, hookshot to it on the fly. Talk to the 
    fisherman and pay him 10 rupees. Jump to the island with the lit torch. You 
    must get 20 correct jumps in the time limit to win.  
    Strategies: This game does not have a full view of all the islands at once, 
    so it's hard to turn around and see which island is lit and then jump to it 
    when the clock is ticking. My advice would be to take your time, because you 
    have a lot of it. Jump carefully and don't go too fast, otherwise you'll lose 
    control and fall in the water.  
    Prize(s): Heart Piece for first win; rupees afterwards.  
    Fun Meter: **
    
    
    Beaver Racing  
    Location: Great Bay Coast, Waterfall Rapids  
    Hours of Operation: 6 a.m.- 6 p.m.  
    Price: free  
    Object: To swim through all the rings within the time limit and in order.  
    How To Play: As Zora Link, approach the beaver and race through 20 rings. If 
    you win, you need to race his brother through 25 rings to win a bottle. Exit 
    and come back in. Race the one beaver and then the other. Win both times and 
    you win a Heart Piece.  
    Strategies: Follow the beaver and hold down the A button to swim your fastest 
    at all times. Go through all the rings in the order in which they appear.  
    Prize(s): Bottle; Heart Piece  
    Fun Meter: ****  
     
    
    Zora Game Site  
    Location: Great Bay Coast, just off Waterfall Rapids  
    Hours of Operation: All 3 days, 6 a.m.- 6 p.m.  
    Price: Free; fine for broken pots if you don't hit them all  
    Object: To hit all the pots in one shot.  
    How to Play: As Zora Link, use your boomerang weapon and aim strategically to 
    break all the pots at once.  
    Strategies: It's all about angles.  
    Prize: Rupees  
    Fun Meter: * 1/2  
     
     
    Ikana Valley:
     
     
    Ghost Hut  
    Location: Ikana Village, top level, left of cave  
    Hours of Operation: 24 hrs.  
    Price: 30 rupees  
    Object: To defeat all 4 Poes.  
    How To Play: Pay 30 rupees and enter the arena. Defeat Amy, then Beth and Jo 
    together, then finally Meg.  
    Strategies: Have a lot of hearts in case battling is not your strong point. 
    Shoot Amy with arrows. Beth and Jo are both coming at you, so use your shield 
    to block and slash with your sword. Like in Ocarina of Time, Meg appears in 
    multiples. Shoot an arrow at the real Meg, who spins once when she first 
    appears.  
    Prize(s): Heart Piece  
    Fun Meter: **
    
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                              *Keaton Questions*
    
    
    Keaton is located at three places:  
     
    1) North Clock Town- To the left of the slide  
    2) Milk Road- To the right of the owl statue.  
    3) Mountain Village- Behind the swordsmith, after you finish Snowhead Temple 
       and spring comes
    
    Keaton can be summoned when you wear the Keaton Mask and pick up the middle 
    bush in the plant arrangement. Keaton will then ask you trivia questions 
    about characters, events and places in the game. If you answer all the 
    questions correctly, you win a Heart Piece. If not, exit the area, re-enter, 
    summon him again and you can try it again.  
     
    Here are the trivia questions and answers, in no particular order:  
     
    Q: How old is Tingle, the map salesman?  
    A: 35  
     
    Q: How many members are there in the Zora band, The Indigo-Go's?  
    A: Five  
     
    Q: What weapon does Romani, the girl at the ranch, use to practice?  
    A: Bow  
     
    Q: What is the name of the mayor of Clock Town?  
    A: Dotour  
     
    Q: What is the name of the festival that is to be held in Clock Town?  
    A: Carnival of Time  
     
    Q: What instrument does the Skull Kid play?  
    A: Flute  
     
    Q: What time does Romani, the girl at the ranch, go to bed?  
    A: Eight  
     
    Q: How many tiny cow figurines are there in Clock Town?  
    A: Ten  
     
    Q: What is the name given to you by Romani, the girl at the ranch?  
    A: Grasshopper  
     
    Q: Who is the leader of the Bombers gang?  
    A: Jim  
     
    Q: What does the owner of the Bomb Shop call his mother?  
    A: Mommy  
     
    Q: What is the name of the singer in the Zora band, The Indigo-Go's?  
    A: Lulu  
     
    Q: How many mailboxes are there in Clock Town?  
    A: Five  
     
    Q: Is Tingle the mapmaker left-handed or right-handed?  
    A: Right-handed  
     
    Q: What is the name of the song that Romani, the girl at the ranch, teaches 
    you?  
    A: Epona's Song  
     
    Q: What is Anju, the innkeeper, bad at doing?  
    A: Cooking  
     
    Q: How many cows are there at Romani Ranch?  
    A: Three  
     
    Q: What is the name of the vintage milk sold at the Milk Bar?  
    A: Chateau Romani  
     
    Q: What color of trunks does Tingle the mapmaker wear?  
    A: Red  
     
    Q: What is the name of Anju's father?  
    A: Tortus  
     
    Q: What bad habit does Anju, the innkeeper, have?  
    A: She's quick to apologize  
     
    Q: What is the name of Clock Town's inn?  
    A: Stock Pot Inn  
     
    Q: Mikau is of which Race?  
    A: Zora  
     
    Q: How many cuccos are there in the barn at Romani Ranch?  
    A: One  
     
    Q: At what time does Romani, the ranch girl, wake up?  
    A: Six  
     
    Q: Darmani is of which race?  
    A: Goron  
     
    Q: How many balloons does Romani, the girl at the ranch, use during practice?  
    A: One  
     
    Q: Where does Cremia, manager of Romani Ranch, try to deliver her milk?  
    A: Milk Bar  
     
    Q: Once it's completed, how tall will the festival tower at the carnival be?  
    A: Four Stories  
    
    Q: What are the magic words that Tingle created? Tingle, Tingle... what?  
    A: Kooloo-Limpah!
    
    
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                               *Ocarina Songs*
    
    
    
    Song of Time  
    Notes to Play: C-Right, A, C-Down  
    Purpose: To save status and restart at Day 1.  
     
    
    Song of Healing  
    Notes to Play: C-Left, C-Right, C-Down  
    Purpose: To remove a curse and create a mask.  
     
    
    Sonata of Awakening  
    Notes to Play: C-Up, C-Left, C-Up, C-Left, A, C-Right  
    Purpose: To awaken someone who is asleep.  
     
    
    Song of Soaring  
    Notes to Play: C-Down, C-Left, C-Up  
    Purpose: To warp to owl statues that you've activated.  
     
    
    Ode to Order  
    Notes to Play: C-Right, C-Down, A, C-Down, C-Right, C-Up  
    Purpose: To call the guardian masks towards the end of the game.  
     
    
    Goron Lullaby  
    Notes to Play: A, C-Right, C-Left, A, C-Right, C-Left, C-Right, A  
    Purpose: To make Gorons fall asleep.  
     
    
    Scarecrow's Song  
    Notes to Play: 8 notes you can make up  
    Purpose: To call upon the scarecrow for help in reaching a platform or 
    object.  
     
    
    New Wave Bossa Nova  
    Notes to Play: C-Left, C-Up, C-Left, C-Right, C-Down, C-Left, C-Right  
    Purpose: To calm Lulu and open the Great Bay Temple.  
     
    
    Song of Storms  
    Notes to Play: A, C-Down, C-Up, A, C-Down, C-Up  
    Purpose: To make it rain.  
     
    
    Elegy of Emptiness  
    Notes to Play: C-Right, C-Left, C-Right, C-Down, C-Right, C-Up, C-Left  
    Purpose: To clone yourself in one of 4 forms: normal, Deku, Goron and Zora.  
     
    
    Song of Double Time  
    Notes to Play: C-Right, C-Right, A, A, C-Down, C-Down  
    Purpose: To speed up time by 1/3.  
     
    
    Inverted Song of Time  
    Notes to Play: C-Down, A, C-Right  
    Purpose: To slow down time by 1/3  
     
     
    Instruments:
    
    Link: Ocarina  
    Deku Link: Horns  
    Goron Link: Drums  
    Zora Link: Guitar
    
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                             *Secrets & Rumours*
    
    
    The difference between secrets and rumours is that secrets actually exist in 
    the game and are possible to achieve. Rumours are things that are said to 
    exist, but don't, no matter what you read on the Internet. Sure, it's fun to 
    try rumours, but most rumours don't reveal anything. Feel free to e-mail me 
    more secrets and rumours. I'll have to try them out for myself to see if they 
    work before I post them on my site. Please be specific in your instructions 
    when you e-mail me. If I post them on my site, I'll gladly give you credit 
    :o)
     
    
    SECRETS:
      
    *You can touch wandering butterflies with a Deku Stick and they will turn 
    into small red fairies, re-filling your health and magic meters!  
     
    *You can play Epona's Song to a cow and get one of your bottles filled with 
    free milk!  
     
    *You can chop up big signs (the square ones) with your sword, then play Song 
    of Healing to fix them!  
     
    *You can use your sword on the cuccos, then it will call their friends and 
    attack you (losing health)!  
     
    *Epona the horse is invincible! You can cut up plants, destroy enemies, hit 
    the edges of trees and get cuccos to chase after you without losing health!  
     
    *Have you seen these small gray statues with an eye on them? They're called 
    Gossip Stones. Tatl says that their gaze stares into your mind. If you wear 
    the Mask of Truth and talk to them, they'll give you a useful hint or fact.
    If you play the Song of Healing to one, it will produce a fairy to restore
    your health!  
     
    *On the night you are riding the carriage with Cremia, you can stop the 
    Gorman Brothers from attacking you by wearing the Circus Leaders Mask (From 
    Bill Draves)- thanks to David C. Barber for pointing out that it will only 
    work if you do the carriage ride a second time, since it's impossible to have 
    the Circus Leader's Mask before the Romani Mask :o)  
     
    *As regular Link play the Song of Double Time until the Final Night. Wait 
    until there are five minutes left, the go to the Sword Training School in 
    West Clock Town. There will be a sign on the platform that says he's on 
    vacation or something. Now you can go on his platform. There will be a wooden 
    wall directly in front of you. Cut it with your sword and he will be cowering 
    in the corner (From Dark Link)  
     
    *During the mini game with the Postman where you have to stop the timer 
    exactly on 10 seconds. Use the bunny hood so the timer will always stay on. 
    This will help you get the heart piece easily.  
     
    *You can use the Gold Dust to get the Gilded Sword or you can sell it at the 
    Curiosity Shop for 200 rupees.  
     
    *From JRocha321- You can be Oni Link outside of boss battles. Here are the 
    steps:
      
    1. One the first day, between the hours of 2:18pm & 9:10pm, talk to Anju in 
    the Stock Pot Inn in Clock Town while wearing Kafei's Mask. Promise to her 
    that you'll meet her for a late night rendezvous.  
    
    2. Later on, between 11:30pm to 8:00am, use the Deku mask then use the deku 
    flower to get onto the roof of the Stock Pot Inn, then enter inside. Switch 
    back to Link then meet Anju in the kitchen and promise to meet Kafei. You 
    will receive a letter.  
    
    3. Mail the letter immediately, using a postbox outside of the inn.  
    
    4. On the 2nd day, between 3:00pm & 3:40pm, in the southwest part of town, 
    the postman will deliver the mail to Kafei.  
    
    5. Immediately enter Kafei's house as soon as he comes out, which is in the 
    back of the Curiosity Shop & wait for him. Talk to him to receive the Pendant 
    of Memories.  
    
    6. Hurry back to the Stock Pot Inn & give the Pendant of Memories to Anju.  
    
    7. On the 3rd day, from 6:00pm to 7:00pm, in the Ikana canyon, you will find 
    Kafei hiding behind the fallen stone pillars. Hide behind the pillars that 
    Kafei is behind, or put on the stone mask & wait till Sakon comes to open his 
    hideout.  
    
    8. Now, before entering Sakon's hideout, play the Inverted Song of Time  
    
    9. Put on a mask, any mask, and enter Sakon's hideout.  
    
    10. Now, read carefully, you will be switching from Kafei to Link, when you 
    switch to Kafei, press start, then put the Fierce Deity Mask on the C button 
    that on the mask you're wearing is assigned to and continue the maze. When it 
    comes your time again to play as Link, he will automatically transform in Oni 
    Link.  
    
    11. When and if you complete the maze, you can walk around Ikana as Fierce 
    Deity Link. UNFORTUNATELY, you cannot take off the mask, and you can't use 
    any items, that includes the Ocarina of Time, and other masks, weapons too 
    like the hookshot and bow, so on & so on. Which just leaves you a measley 5 
    minutes to enjoy this. You can go to Ikana Graveyard.  
    
    12. Fear not, for you are not trapped in Ikana. As soon as the maze is 
    completed, you are at the entrance of Sakon's hideout. There is a river right 
    in front of you. Jump in and go into the water cave on your right, which 
    leads to the potion shop near the Deku Kingdom. (IMPORTANT): Do not enter any 
    houses or shops. You can enter, but you cannot get out. Also, if you go to 
    Clock Town, the guards will not let you leave. And one more! Do not talk to 
    the Bomber Kids. The game will freeze.  
     
    *Inside the Bomber's Hideout, if you go to the left and bomb the wall, there 
    is a chest with a silver rupee (100 rupees) inside.  
     
    *Shooting the large bird in front of the entrance to Milk Road gives you a 
    gold rupee (200 rupees). Just make sure you stand a good distance away or 
    he'll steal your items. Unless you wear the Stone Mask, then he cannot see 
    you :o)  
     
    *From Daphne Vigil- Enter the Milk Bar/Latte and have a drink of their 
    famous Chateau Milk. Then enter the Goron Races, and you will be 
    supercharged! You should not run out of energy!  
     
    *After getting Double Defense from the Great Fairy in Great Bay, Link waves 
    good-bye to her. He may also wave to other Great Fairies. He also waves 
    goodbye in the same manner to the big Deku Scrubs in the cinema after he is 
    healed and subsequently receives the Deku Mask.
    **Not sure if Link waving is a random occurence or if you need certain items
    to make this happen**
    
    *From Harry- If you equip the Lens of Truth, press the C-button it is 
    assigned to repeatedly to avoid using magic power.
    
    *If you equip and light a Deku Stick, then move it to another C-button, you
    will not lose a stick from your inventory.-- from Harry  **NOTE:  You can 
    also put the Deku Stick away while lit before it burns out to save it**
    
    *If you hold up the shield with the R button while wearing the Blast Mask,
    you can use the blast feature on the mask without taking damage!
    
    *As Goron Link, if you curl up and fall off a high cliff, as long as there
    is ground below you, you can land safely without taking damage.
    
    *From Squirrelsr1- When I was playing once, I got really bored and started 
    to shoot arrows at the moon.  Then, all of a sudden, 3 blue rupees fell out 
    of the sky.  Is that a cheat or something?  I think I shot the moon's nose or 
    eye...I don't remember which...all I remember is getting rupees that fell out 
    of the sky.
    
    *From LorenorZorro- From what I know Link winks to EVERY great fairy after 
    she gives him a skill-update.  I recognized this even when Link was in another 
    form like Goron-Link.
    
    *From LorenorZorro- You also can save a lit deku stick if you press the B-
    button to strike with your sword.
    
    *From LorenorZorro- When you play the Goron Lullaby in the Termina fields
    next to the bird flying around Clock town it will increase its speed and you 
    can only catch it with Goron link!  The bird drops a lot of rupies.
    
    *From LorenorZorro- You can make a spin attack with the Fairy Sword!  Press 
    C to equip the sword,then when Link holds the sword press another time C-
    button but immidiately after that you have to press the B-button and hold it!
    It may need some practice but it's actually cool to see how Link wields the 
    Fairy Sword while charging energy.
    
    *From Paul- Another way you can get the bubbles away from the wart mini boss 
    is to use the hookshot. it takes alot longer because it brings only one bubble 
    right to you every time. but it saves you quite a few hearts in the end. and 
    the hiploop enemies with the shields on their head. just use the hookshot and 
    it comes off. that way you dont have to waste your bombs.
    
    *From Daron- If you play the guitar as Zora Link, when you're done playing 
    and you press up on the joy stick, he shuts his eyes and bends back a little 
    like he's rocking out.
    
    *From Michael- Here's a trick for the bird near Milk Road in Majora's Mask.  
    After you rescue all of the stray fairies in the Stone Tower Temple and get 
    the Great Fairy's Sword, get near the bird so it can see you (don't wear the 
    Stone Mask), then draw the Great Fairy's Sword,  When it gets near you, Z-
    Target the bird, then slash it with the Great Fairy's Sword.  After a few 
    hits, you'll kill the bird faster than you would with arrows.  I did this, 
    and I had more fun with the Great Fairy's Sword than with arrows.  Of course, 
    the bird might hit you before you kill it, but I only got hit once while 
    doing that, and I only lost some Rupees and arrows.
    
    *From Ayla- The Hookshot and Zora boomerang can do pretty much anything an 
    arrow can, so I usually use one of them when I run out of arrows. That's how 
    I beat Wart. I ran out of fire arrows and used the Zora boomerang.
                
    *From Ayla- In North Termina Field near the lizards there is a musical staff 
    with skull kid on it and if u play the notes on it blue rupees will come out 
    of the wall.
    
    *From Ayla- The harder bosses and minibosses get to beat, the closer u are to 
    beating them. I got this from years of gaming experience. It's always been the 
    way. As u go on with a boss/miniboss fight, it gets harder.
    
    *From Ayla- If u for some reason can't get any magic while fighting Twinmold, 
    u can shoot arrows at it's head and tail instead.
                
    *From Bennyboy- If you kill those floating skulls in Ikana Canyon with a light 
    arrow, they will leave you a purple (50) rupee! I tried it tonnes of times and 
    it kept working. It was the third night but I think it probably works any time.
    
    *From Bennyboy- The best way to get money is to kill the redead in Ikana Castle 
    and just keep walking in and out, they keep respawning and when they die two 
    will give one red rupee and the others will give 3 blue rupees. So it's 70 
    rupees every time!
    
    *From Will- When Link is racing the Gorman brothers if you Z-target one of 
    them, the camera starts to shift and point underground? I think this only works 
    in the beginning of the race and on the guy on the left.
    
    *From Lexie- Another way to get 100 rupees very easily in east clock town, go 
    above the milk bar place, put on the bunny hood and jump over the guard to the 
    next block, jump onto the Honey & Darling shop door overhang finally jump to 
    the next block, follow it and there will be a chest with 100 rupees.
    
    *From George- [For the alien hunt at Romani Ranch], just before they appear at 
    the barn, slow time and when the dog comes out follow him and he will stop and 
    bark at the one to kill. You have to shoot more but super easy to beat this 
    way. Shoot one at a time and don't shoot ones the dog doesn't look at. Forget 
    the little dots and follow dog. Put bow away after each shot to follow dog. In 
    slow time the aliens wont get close to barn, except the back of barn ones which 
    are easy.
    
    *From Treshu- 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.
    
    *From Tylor- Here are three major sources of rupees (*item needs*):
    
    1. *Need:  Land Title Deed, Deku Mask/curse*- there are 50 rupees on the final 
    day on top of that tower that is under construction in South Clock Town. You 
    can reach it using the gold Deku flower nearby.
     
    2. *Need: Bunny Hood*- There are 100 rupees in East Clock Town.  Go up the step 
    across from the Mayor's Residence, slap on the Bunny Hood, jump to that ledge 
    you're facing after getting to the top of the stairs, jump on the sign above 
    the Honey and Darling's Shop, jump to the ledge you are now facing, and follow 
    that path.  Open the chest there and you will get a silver rupee.  Note:  The 
    Bunny Hood makes this rupee chest much easier to access, but you can get it 
    without by rolling off the ledge.  You'll just barely make it to the top of the 
    Honey and Darling Shop by standing on the sign.
     
    3. *Need: Bombs/Blast Mask*- In the sewers before the hideout, go left safely
    past the Skulltula by hugging the wall.  Follow this water until you come to a 
    ledge.  Blow up the cracked wall, and you will find a chest.  Open it for a 
    silver rupee.
     
    *From Tomas:  Link appears to be right-handed in LoZ: OoT, MM, and TP. 
    
    
    RUMOURS:
    
     
    These are things said that I've found to be untrue. (R= Rumour, A= Answer):  
     
     
    R: You can get the Triforce.  
    
    A: No, you can't. Pictures you see of him holding the Triforce are from the 
    Japanese Zelda games or LoZ: Wind Waker for Nintendo GameCube where you need 
    to get the Triforce to beat the game! Pictures of the Triforce coloured 
    yellow in the Quest Status Subscreen are fake. I have tried a few different 
    instructions from people to get the Triforce. IT DOESN'T WORK! 
    
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                      *Ocarina of Time vs. Majora's Mask*
    
    
    I cannot say which game is better, because I think they are both excellent. 
    Majora's Mask does have more mini-games and side-quests and is also faster, 
    but Ocarina of Time is also very magical and entertaining. Judge for yourself 
    which is the better game. If you're as big a gamer as I am, you will love 
    both!  
     
     
    Here is a chart of characters that appear in both games (OoT/MM): 
    
    Link/Link
    Darunia/Darmani
    Ruto/Lulu
    Master carpenter/Builder's boss
    Carpenters/Builders
    Graveyard kid/Bomber Gang
    Young Malon/Romani
    Adult Malon/Cremia
    Talon/Milk Bar janitor
    Dampe/Dampe
    Ingo/Gorman Brothers & Circus Leader
    Skull Kid/Skull Kid
    Navi/Tatl & Tael
    Cucco Lady/Anju
    Master carpenter's son/Grog
    Little Richard dog owner/Mamamu Yan dog racing lady
    Happy Mask Shop owner/Happy Mask Shop owner
    Man on roof in Kakariko Village/Trading Post worker at night
    Koume & Kotake/Koume & Kotake
    Fishing Pond guy/Trading Post day worker & Man from Curiosity Shop
    Flying carpet guy at Haunted Wasteland/Swordsman School guy
    Running man/Postman
    Windmill guy/Guru-Guru
    Treasure Chest game guy/Fisherman at Great Bay
    Bombchu Bowling girl/Treasure Chest Game girl & Mayor's office secretary
    Lake Hylia scientist/Marine Research Lab scientist
    Gerudo guards/Gerudo pirates
    King Zora/Toto
    Young Epona/Epona
    Old Hag in Potion Shop/Anju's grandmother
    Red and blue-clothed laughing men from Kakariko Village/Jugglers
    Bazaar guy/Southern Swamp Shooting Gallery guy
    Deku mask judges/Deku Palace guards
    Deku mask head judge/Deku King
    Bombchu Shop guy/Bomb Shop guy
    Jogging man in Market/Sakon the Thief
    Old lady in Market/Old lady from Bomb Shop
    Dancing couple in Market/Honey and Darling
    Blue-dressed old man in Kakariko Village/Astral Observatory guy
    Scarecrows/Scarecrow
    Beggar/Banker
    Death Mountain entrance guard/Shiro
    Potion shop guy/Kafei* (note that Kafei appears younger because of the
    spell he is under, but it is apparent that they are the same character)
    
    *Kafei could be the Death Mountain guard's son in OoT because he says 
    he's giving the Keaton Mask to his son
    
    New characters in Majora's Mask:  Mayor Dotour, Madame Aroma, Tingle, 
    Rosa sisters, Deku Princess, hand from Stock Pot Inn bathroom, Stock Pot 
    Inn worker on Day 2/Anju's mother, Clock Town Shooting Gallery worker, Japas, 
    Evan, drummer
     
    Absent characters from Ocarina of Time: Ganondorf, Zelda (except in Song of 
    Time flashback), Impa, Rauru, Saria, Mido, the Kokiris, Great Deku Tree, 
    Nabooru, woman in Kakariko Village house with Little Richard's dog owner,
    man in Kakariko Village house with cow
     
    Masks from Ocarina of Time & Majora's Mask: 
    Bunny Hood, Goron Mask, Zora Mask, Mask of Truth, and Keaton Mask.
    
    
    *Thanks to: 
    
    Sara for the beggar/banker addition
    Daron for the Potion Shop guy/Kafei addition
    Michael for the mask additions
    Dragon Marx Soul for the Kafei in OoT idea
     
    If you see any characters that are in both games and are not listed here, 
    send me an e-mail. I will give you credit for finding any.
    
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    Q:  I have left clock town and followed your instructions to get to deku 
        palace and get throught the maze. i got the heart piece and the magic 
        beans. i went around to the side of the castle hoping on the lily 
        pads, and used the flower to get onto the top level. you are supposed 
        to keep using flowers to jump across and across... but i fell down, 
        had to go, turned off my console hoping that i could continue the 
        next day. i have now tried hopping lillypads to get to the castle, 
        but there is some creature blocking the pathway to get to it. i tried 
        advancing time i tried killing it i tried going around it. please help 
        me im going crazy!-- from Aidan
    
    A:  In Majora's Mask, when you turn off the game and then return later, it 
        resorts back to Day One and unfortunately, a lot of things are reset, 
        including enemies and side quests.
    
        In this case, you need to go into the forest again and rescue the witch, 
        then re-visit the tourist centre to take her swamp tour again.  The boat 
        clears the path to the palace by knocking out the big enemy blocking the 
        way.
    
        It gets easier to access the Deku Palace and other areas by using owl 
        statues once you learn the warping song just before Woodfall Temple.
    
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    Q:  hello i've been playin majora's mask for the N64 for about two weeks 
        now. I used your walkthrough to help me find a fairy i couldn't find 
        at snowhead. Thank u very much. but i'm having a problem now. I have 
        all the heart containers but one and i can't seem to get it. Its the 
        heart container from the old ladies stroy. I have the all night mask 
        and i have gotten the first one but no matter what i've tried i 
        cannot get the second one even though i have listened to both stories 
        like ur supposed to at the right time of day. If u have the time to 
        write me back with any suggestions it would be much appreciated i 
        hate leaving something behind in a game. Thank u for the great 
        wlkatrhough. Have a good one-- from Brandon
    
    A:  Glad I could help with the Snowhead fairy.  Now I'll see if I can
        help again.  First of all, it seems you are missing a Heart Piece,
        not a Heart Container.  I'm guessing this Piece will complete your
        final Heart Container.  Picky wording aside, you need to visit
        Anju's grandmother first thing in the morning (on Day 1 or 2) and 
        listen to BOTH STORIES back to back using the All-Night Mask.  Also,
        make sure you answer her questions correctly-- pick the first choice
        for the first story's Heart Piece; the second choice for the second
        story's Heart Piece.
    
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    Q:  While doing Anju and Kafeis quest when you meet Kafei in Ikana 
        valley how long am I suppose to wait.  Once before I waited til there 
        was only seconds left of the third day and Sakon never showed up.  I 
        thought it was because he saw me while I was going to see Kafei but he 
        saw me before 7pm and in your walk through you said that was ok so I'm 
        just really confused on what to do here-- from chris785x
    
    A:  First of all, congrats on getting this far in the side quest.  This 
        is a real doozy and once you're inside Sakon's cave, it can get 
        hair-pullingly hard!  In order to get to Ikana Valley before 7 p.m., 
        you should deliver Kafei's letter to his mother in the Romani Bar on 
        your own (without giving it to the postman).  Otherwise, you'll never 
        make it to Ikana before 7 p.m.  Once you do that, warp to the owl 
        statue in Ikana Valley to save time.  I've had the same problem with 
        Sakon seeing me before, and I think I will add this tip to the side 
        quest:  Wear the Stone Mask so that Sakon can't see you as you approach 
        the cave area.  Talk to Kafei behind the rock, then Sakon should come 
        by and you can follow them into the cave.  Good luck!
    
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    Q:  ok i feel stupid but how do I go about unfreezing the entrance to 
        the powder keg training place is there a special way becuase i cant 
        seem to reach it-- from chris785x
    
    A:  It's easiest to open it when you get the Fire Arrows in the Snowhead
        Temple.  Finish that, come back and try it out!  It's also easier
        to have the Goron Mask to complete the training and open the area
        for the Goron Races.
    
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    Q:  [paraphrased]:  How can I save my items from getting lost when
        returning to Dawn of the First Day?-- from Larry
    
    A:  In short, you can't.  Rupees can be deposited in the Castle Town
        Bank and kept safe as you time travel.  All major items/weapons and
        songs (except the Scarecrow's Song) are kept in your subscreens.
        However, arrows, bottle contents, bombs, Deku seeds/sticks, and other
        collectible items are emptied.  You'll need to refresh your supply
        every time you return to Dawn of the First Day.  Annoying, but
        necessary, I'm afraid.
    
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    Q:  While playing the game I had a crow or some other bird steal a 
        bottle and I never got it back. Do you know how I can recover it, 
        or is it gone forever? The game has been played a number of times 
        since (returned to day one)-- from Karen
    
    A:  The bird you're referring to lurks by the entrance to Milk Road
        from Hyrule Field, and unfortunately steals items if you get too
        close or don't wear the elusive Stone Mask.  The items end up
        being sold at the Curiosity Shop in West Clock Town, open nights
        from 10-6, where you can buy back the items.  Supposedly, you can
        reset the game and get it back, but if you've already been
        playing over again from Day 1, then that won't work.
    
    **FOLLOW-UP**
    
    Q:  What I actually had to do was re-do the mission (it was the Romani 
        Ranch, protect-the-cows-from-aliens one). i got my bottle back then 
        after success!-- from Karen
    
    A:  Thanks for the update!
    
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    Q:  Hello, my name is David Aquino. Obviously you don't know me...I 
        have to add that your walkthrough is so accurate and it's the reason 
        why I started playing Zelda:Majora's Mask. I would say that without a 
        [your] walkthrough it would be so difficult to pass the game,lol. With 
        that being said,how did you create such a superb walkthrough?! You must 
        be a genius. ;)  Furthermore,I need help with the whereabouts of the 
        15th stray-fairy located in Snowhead Temple--from David 
    
    A:  Stray Fairy #15 in Snowhead is VERY tough to get, so I understand 
        your frustration with this one.  If you find the Deku flower on the 
        4th floor bridge (heading towards the boss door), turn on the Lens of 
        Truth & find your opening.  Fly towards it and very slowly drop into 
        the opening.  Make sure you have enough magic power to use the lens 
        throughout the ride & keep trying!
    
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    Q:  I already captured the SEVEN Zora-eggs...Then in the walkthrough it 
        states that I'm supposed to capture 4 fish...Where exactly are those 
        fish? Are they inside that facility or are they outside in the bay?
        Happy holidays,btw :)-- from David
    
    A:  Happy (early) holidays to you, too :oD  You can get a free fish in a 
        little pond in the Stock Pot Inn kitchen, and just keep re-entering 
        the inn for more fish.  The same thing goes for the Trading Post in 
        West Clock Town.
    
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    Q:  I recently bought LoZ:MM, just to bring back old memories, lol. When 
        I boot it up, it just says I need an expansion pack. What is it 
        talking about? I have a memory card and rumble pack. Also the jumper 
        pack that comes preinstalled-- from ALL4HP1
    
    A:  Good for you in bringing back the retro gaming experience :o)  
        Majora's Mask and Donkey Kong 64 both require the N64 expansion "pak" 
        to boost the console's memory.  DK64 comes with an expansion pack, 
        but MM doesn't.  Check your local video game stores that sell used & 
        older games, or it's also available at Amazon for $5.75, or probably 
        eBay.  The pak is inserted in the top front of the system in a slot 
        and can stay in there permanently (it doesn't affect other games).
    
        BTW:  I've also added this info to the Game Info, Technical Info
        section.
    
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    Q:  I THINK u win the pictograph competition by taking a picture of the 
        Deku Princess, since the guy say's the picture of the Deku King is 
        rare and impossible to get because of the whole only Deku's in the 
        palace thing, and I think it would work for a photo of the Princess, 
        too, but I haven't tested this. This is what I THINK would work, NOT 
        what I have proven to work. Just so you know-- from Ayla
    
    A:  You can win the Pictograph Contest by submitting a pictograph of 
        Tingle or the Deku King but I've never tried the Deku Princess.  It 
        could work...Anyone else know about this?  Send me an e-mail!
    
    **FOLLOW-UP**
    
    Q:  I saw you asking about winning the Photo Contest in Majora's Mask 
        with the Deku Princess, and I don't think you can.  The Photo 
        Contest only runs while the water is poisonous.  As soon as you 
        find the Deku Princess, the water is cleared out, and therefore, 
        the contest isn't running anymore.  Therefore, you can't win the 
        contest with the Deku Princess-- from Jenn
    
    A:  Thanks for clarifying this, Jenn!
    
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    Q:  My son and I have been playing MM on and off for some time. We  
        defeated the four Bosses and got all the masks except the FD mask. 
        We went into the moon to complete the 4 dungeons.  When we got to 
        the goron dungeon we started rolling, after we bounced off the third 
        chest, we hit a invisible diagonal wall glitch that kept knocking us 
        off the platform. Have you ever heard of this before. We even stopped 
        the goron, turned into link and shot the hookshot into it, and hits 
        this wall. You can punch it too and it makes a mark that goes away. 
        My son is so disappointed because he really wanted to see Oni Link. 
        We are using the Legend of Zelda collectors edition on the Wii
        -- from Collins
    
    A:  I'm not aware of this glitch since I haven't played MM on the Wii 
        and it doesn't seem to exist on the original N64 game.  I've tried 
        Googling it with no results.  Anyone know about this glitch?
        Sorry I can't be of further help & I hope it clears up!
    
    **FOLLOW-UP**
    
    Q:  If they're playing Collector's Edition for the GameCube, its 
        generally a very glitchy game.  Never heard of that glitch, but 
        have definetly heard on more then one occasion of the game freezing 
        up on people.  Wouldn't be surprised if that was an issue with the 
        game, I've heard about so many on GameFAQS-- from Jenn
    
    A:  Thanks!
    
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    Q:  When you get to the moon and give all your masks to the four kids 
        running around and get the Fierce Deity Mask from the kid sitting 
        in the tree, you fight Majora and what happens next? Do you get 
        your masks back (the ones you gave to the little kids)? And how do 
        I get them back (Do I have to play the Song of Time or something)?
        -- from Pablo
    
    A:  The moon is the last dungeon of the game and once you hand in all 
        of your masks to the hide & seek kids, you get to fight Majora's 
        Mask, then you win the game!  If you want to return to Clock Town 
        & other areas for Heart Pieces or other unfinished side quests, 
        simply reopen your file and it should return to Dawn of the 1st 
        Day before you handed in any masks at the moon.
     
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    Q:  When i'm fighting the mini-boss in the ice place, ( majoras mask)
        aafter i shoot him a couple of times, i randomly start do lose 
        health. Whats going on?-- from Bobby
    
    A:  I'm guessing you mean Goht in Snowhead Temple.  You're likely to 
        lose some health here (maybe even a lot) because of the fast-paced 
        fight.  If you're hit with the lightning, bombs, pillars, etc., it 
        should just knock off health for the hit, not ongoing & randomly...
        huh...dunno?!
    
        If you're playing versions of the game that aren't original (e.g. 
        online, special edition, Wii versions), there are usually lots of 
        glitches attached to them.  If that's not the case, then you may 
        just have bad luck with a faulty N64 cartridge or GameCube disc.
    
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    Q:  i've been using your walkthrough for majora's mask and it has been 
        very helpful, but i'm stuck right now because of zora eggs. i went 
        to pinnacle rock and followed the seahorse, but i only have two 
        jars right now and so i only got two zora eggs. is there anyway i 
        could get past the murky water without the seahorse? cause i really 
        don't want to start all over... :( all i need is that one last egg.
        -- from Sara
    
    A:  First of all, you should be dropping off any Zora eggs you collect 
        with the scientist at the Marine Research Lab, which is located 
        right next to the Great Bay owl statue.  Hope you're doing that :o)  
        That should empty your two bottles to allow you to collect the eggs 
        at Pinnacle Rock.
    
        It's a pain to retreat to the lab each time, so it might be a good 
        idea to look into getting more bottles.  See my section on that for 
        help.  At this point in the game, you are able to get 4 of them.  
        It's incorporated into my walkthrough if you've been following 
        along.
    
        Once you drop off all the eggs, you'll get the New Wave Bossa Nova 
        song, which will be permanently "remembered" in the start menu (even 
        when you play the Song of Time).  That's a good way to save you 
        having to refind all the eggs.  
    
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    Q:  I was playing Snowhead temple and ran out of time so the world was 
        crushed by the moon.  As a result I lost the goron mask, the lens 
        of truth, and lullaby song.  So I start over on day one and soar to 
        mountain village.  I get back my lens and the goron mask but when I 
        try to get the lullaby there is no elder goron in the snowball.  The 
        fairy won't even target the snowball.  I need the lullaby so I can 
        cross that crazy ice bridge and get back to the Snowhead temple.
        --from Michael
    
    A:  Are you sure you don't have the Goron Lullaby in your start menu?  
        If not, you may already have the first half of it and you just need 
        to visit the Goron baby.  Try that out and see if it works.  If not, 
        the last thing to try is getting to the shrine where you got the 
        Goron Mask and get a bottle filled with hot water, then hustle over 
        to where the elder should be.  Maybe that triggers him to appear?  I 
        have a hunch that you just need to visit the baby for the second half 
        of the song.
    
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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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                     *Copyright, Thank-Yous & Contact Info*
    
    
    This walkthrough is copyright (c) Megan Lynch, 2007-...
    This walkthrough is authorized to appear on the following sites:
    
    GameFAQs.com (duh)
    SuperCheats.com
    Neoseeker.com
    Gamesradar.com
    Cheatplanet.com
    Gamesrevolution.com
    Kuponut.com
    CheatHappens.com
    CheatCodes.com
    MyCheats.com
    Vgnerd.com
    ChapterCheats.com
    Gamesages.twilightlegend.com
    LegendHyrule.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 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.  
    
    Thanks to:
    
    Dennis at SuperCheats.com
    Leo at Neoseeker.com
    Tyler at gamesradar.com and cheatplanet.com
    Blake at Gamervolution.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
    Luckyliar at LegendHyrule.com
    
    ...for posting my walkthroughs.
    
    Thanks to the following who added secrets & such:
    
    Sara- Heart Piece #51 tip, beggar/banker on OoT vs. MM
    David C. Barber- Doggy Racetrack tip
    Bill Draves- Circus Leader's secret
    Dark Link- Swordsman's secret
    Gary- Real Bombchu tip
    Daphne Vigil- Goron Races/Chateau Romani secret
    JRocha321- Oni Link secret
    Harry- Lens of Truth & Deku Stick secrets
    Ardel- Gossip Stone fairy secret
    Aleckx Ghost- Blast Mask and Goron Mask safety secrets
    Squirrelsr1- shooting the moon for rupees secret
    LorenorZorro- Link winking at Great Fairy secret, playing Goron Lullaby
    to Termina Field bird, spin attack with Great Fairy Sword
    Paul- alternate strategy to defeat Wart
    Jesper- alternate route to hide 'n' seek kid in Goht moon dungeon
    Davis Hill- Majora boss tip
    Dionis- additional strategy for Anju & Kafei side quest
    Daron- Zora Link secret
    Julian- Odolwa bomb tip
    Michael- Milk Road bird secret & mask additions in OoT vs. MM
    Jennifer- corrected Stone Tower Temple Stray Fairy #4 location
    Lexie- new Keaton Questions location
    Sean- spin attack magic-saving tip, use of Great Fairy Sword
    Miguel- great Gyorg fighting strategy
    Bennyboy- Ikana Canyon rupee secrets
    Will- Gorman Brothers camera glitch
    Lexie- Clock Town rupee chest secret, additional Keaton's Questions
    spot, Hiploop fighting strategy
    Dragon Marx Soul- Kafei addition for OoT vs. MM
    George- alternate strategy for alien hunt at Romani Ranch
    Pablo- corrected number of bugs required for Skulltula House #1
    Tylor- for 3 rupee chest tips
    Mel- for identifying the Stock Pot Inn worker on Day 2 as Anju's 
    mother
    James- for clarifying the location of Heart Piece #30
    Tomas- for Link's right-handedness secret
    Jay- for pointing out that the Great Fairy is at East Clock Town
    at night & Laundry Pool during the day
    
    Thanks to the following for their FAQs:
    
    Larry
    chris785x
    Brandon
    Aidan
    Karen
    David
    ALL4HP1
    Ayla
    Collins
    Jenn
    Pablo
    Bobby
    Sara
    Michael
     
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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.
    
    
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