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    Heart Piece Location FAQ by TNocturne

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    --- "Zelda 64: Majora's Mask" Heart Piece Location FAQ ---
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    ****LAST UPDATED: APRIL 14, 2002			VERSION 1.2a****
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    |   -- Table Of Contents --   | 				
    | 1. About this FAQ	      |
    | 2. Contact		      |
    | 3. Updates		      |	
    | 4. What are Pieces of Heart |
    | 5. Heart Piece Locations    |
    | 6. My Strategies            |
    | 7. Reader Strategies        |
    | 8. Requested Strategies     |
    | 9. Credits & Copyright      |
    | 10. The Next Update...      |
    | 11. FAQ's by Nocturne       |
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    --- ABOUT THIS FAQ: ---
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    This FAQ was made by Nocturne [templarnocturne@yahoo.com] to help solve the
    puzzles associated with all 52 of the Heart Pieces in Zelda 64: Majora's Mask.
    If you have any questions about the FAQ or its contents, please e-mail the
    author.  Replies 'usually' in less than 24 hours.
    
    This FAQ should be viewed at 800 x 600 Pixels using MSIE, otherwise margins
    will be off, making this look rather poor.
    
    --- CONTACT: ---
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    The author of this FAQ can be contacted by the following:
    
    E-Mail: templarnocturne@yahoo.com
    ICQ: 15945725
    AOL Instant Messager: Templar Nocturne
    
    --- UPDATES ---
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    14 Apr 2002:  Alright, you got me! This really isn't an update, per se, but it's
    	      meant to show everyone that I'm still around and providing support for
    	      all my FAQ's I wrote.  Please e-mail me with your tip or question and
    	      I'll get back to you as soon as I can; I check my Yahoo! mail account
    	      once or twice a day!  Be patient!  I apologize to anyone that has e-mailed
    	      me and they received no response or were neglected!
    
    23 Nov 2000:  Reader Section updated with a few easier ways to get the heart
                  pieces; minor corrections made. Created Requested Strategies area.
    
    17 Nov 2000:  Readers have been writing in and offering advice, and even a tip
                  or two on how to get the tougher heart pieces....thanks!
    
    09 Nov 2000:  After beating Majora's Mask and gaining all twenty of the heart
    	      pieces, I decided to write an FAQ guide for it, because in some
                  areas, it is quite difficult.
    
    --- WHAT ARE PIECES OF HEART ---
     ------------------------------
    In order to boost your Life Energy (the heart meter on your screen), you will 
    need to find numerous "pieces" of a Heart Container.  Most of these can be
    found very early in the game, but others require key items that you do not have
    access to until later.  Heart Containers are found as a whole after you defeat
    a Temple Guardian.  There are four of these in the game.  Since you start out
    with Three Hearts, you will have only SEVEN if you do not attempt to locate
    these heart pieces.
    
    Pieces of Heart that you recover account for one-quarter of the whole heart. 
    To see how many pieces you have at any time, press [START] and locate the 
    QUEST STATUS SCREEN.
    
    There are a total of Fifty-Two Heart Pieces in Zelda: Majora's Mask, as opposed
    to the Thirty-Two found in Zelda: Ocarina of Time.  The Pieces of Heart will 
    give you a maximum of 13 Hearts.
    
    Some things you need to know about Majora's Mask is that everything revolves 
    around 'time'.  Although you can alter it and go back, you don't keep some of 
    the items you had during trade sequences.  At the bottom in MY STRATEGIES, I
    explain some of the sequences. 
    
    A 'key' I commonly use is the "Cleared Dungeon x".  In order to obtain this
    piece of heart, you will have to defeat the boss again so the games/items 
    are "activated".
    
    --- HEART PIECE LOCATIONS ---
     ---------------------------
    *The Heart Piece Guide Below Follows This Format*
    (AREA)
    (Number).(Link);(Items You Need)-(Guide).
    
     - CLOCK TOWN -
       ----------
    1. Link; Bunny Hood-In NORTH CLOCK TOWN, there are some pillars and a ramp.  You
       can use the BUNNY HOOD to run up the slide and to the main platform.  From
       here, jump off towards the Tree Branch and get your piece of heart!
    
    2. Deku Link; Moon's Tear-In SOUTH CLOCK TOWN, give the Deku Business Scrub
       (located by the Golden Deku Launcher) the Moon's Tear in exchange for the
       Land Title Deed.  Switch to Deku Link and dive into the Launcher.  Shoot up
       to the Platform in front of the Clock Tower to get the piece.
    
    3. Link; 10 Rupees Per Game-In WEST CLOCK TOWN, go to the Swordsman's School. 
       Talk to him to play his Log-Cutting game.  It's 10 rupees per chance, so bring
       extra in case you mess up.  To win, keep using the "Z-Targeting Overhead
       Slash [A Button]" technique. If you score a perfect 30, you get the heart
       piece.
    
    4. Link-In WEST CLOCK TOWN, if you go to the banker and repeatdly deposit rupees,
       you will receive a Heart Piece when your total reaches 5,000. [SEE THE MY
       STRATEGIES SECTION FOR MORE INFORMATION!]
    
    5. Link; 2 Rupees Per Game-In WEST CLOCK TOWN, go to the Postoffice on Day 1 or
       Day 2.  Wait until the Postman finishes his evening run, then go inside.  He
       will tell you to mentally project 10 seconds to win.  It's 2 Rupees per game
       and I would bring at least 100.  Get 10'00" and win a Heart Piece.
       ***SEE READER REQUEST STRATEGIES FOR THIS HOT TIP!***
    
    6. Link; Kamaro's Mask-In WEST CLOCK TOWN, Dance in front of the Rosa sisters 
       (the two girls dancing outside the Lottery Shop) and they'll give you a
       piece of heart.
    
    7. Link; Keaton's Mask-In NORTH CLOCK TOWN, wear the Keaton's Mask and pick up
       the center bush.  You will summon Keaton!  Answer five questions correctly 
       and win another piece of heart!
    
    8. Link; Land Title Deed-Remember the Moon's Tear Heart Piece where you traded
       for the Land Title Deed?  Go back and get the Deed again (if you don't have
       the one from before).  At midnight, go to the Stock Pot Inn [EAST CLOCK TOWN]
       and run around to the Upper Floor.  Go in the small room and a Hand will
       start spazzing out around you.  Give him the Land Title Deed and he'll give 
       you a piece of heart.  (You can go back in time if you need the Land Title Deed
       again.) [SEE THE MY STRATEGIES SECTION FOR MORE INFORMATION!] [CHECK OUT THE 
       READER STRATEGIES!]
    
    9. Link; Couple's Mask-After you help Kafei reunite with Anju, they'll give you
       they Couple's Mask for being their witnesses to the wedding.  Wear the mask
       in EAST CLOCK TOWN in the Mayor's Residence.  Talk to Mayor Dotour to get a 
       piece of heart.
    
    10. Link; Postman's Hat-Use the Postman's Hat you got during the Kafei Quest to
        access the mailboxes.  One will contain a piece of heart!
    
    11. Link; All-Night Mask-In EAST CLOCK TOWN, go into the Stock Pot Inn during
        the daytime.  Put on the All-Night Mask and talk to Anju's Mother, located
        on the First Floor.  Listen to the story about The Carnival and select the
        answer "On The Eve of the Carnival" to get another heart piece.
    
    12. Link; All-Night Mask-In EAST CLOCK TOWN, go into the Stock Pot Inn during
        the daytime.  Put on the All-Night Mask and talk to Anju's Mother, located
        on the First Floor.  Listen to the story about Four Giants and select the 
        answer "I dunno" to get another heart piece.
    
    13. Link; 20 Rupees Per Game-In EAST CLOCK TOWN, go to the Shooting Gallery 
        during business hours (6 AM - 10 PM).  Score a Perfect 50 to win a 
        Heart Piece. [SEE THE MY STRATEGIES SECTION FOR MORE INFORMATION!]
    
    14. Link; Bomb Bag, Hero's Bow, 20 Rupees Per Game-In EAST CLOCK TOWN, go to
        Honey & Darling's Shop on Day 1.  Win the high score three days in a row 
        and they will give you a heart piece. Day 1: Bombchu Targeting. Day 2: 
        Bomb-sket Ball.  Day 3: Target Practice (Bow and Arrow).    [SEE THE MY 
        STRATEGIES SECTION FOR MORE INFORMATION!]
        
    15. Goron Link; 20 Rupees Per Game-In EAST CLOCK TOWN, enter the Treasure
        Chest Shop during business hours.  Win and you will get a heart piece.
    
    16. Deku Link; 10 Rupees Per Game-In NORTH CLOCK TOWN, launch yourself into
        the small fenced-in hole near the Great Fairy.  In the Deku 
        Scrub Playground, beat the high score for three days in a row.  
    
     - TERMINA FIELD -
       -------------
    **WHAT? IS THAT THE ZELDA OVERWORLD THEME!?!? :)
    
    17. Link; 100 Rupees-From EAST CLOCK TOWN, go to the Astral Observatory.  Use
        the Telescope to watch for a Deku Business Scrub fly into a Hole.  Leave 
        the South or East Gate of Clock Town and run to the Hole.  Refuse his first
        offer of 150 Rupees and he'll lower his offer down to 100.  Buy the piece.
    
    18. Link-In the northern area of TERMINA FIELD, there's a hole under one of
        the snow mushrooms. Hop in and do battle with two Dodongos. Kill them both
        Dodongos to get a heart piece.
    
    19. Goron Link; Goron's Lullaby-In Four Areas in TERMINA FIELD, there are holes
        that lead to four Gossip tones, one being larger than the rest.  They are
        located:  1) Under a Rock between NORTH and WEST TERMINA FIELD; 2) Near the
        edge of the Tall Grass out between the Swamp and Milk Road; 3) Outside 
        NORTH CLOCK TOWN near the spot where snow and grass meet; 4) Near the 
        outside of the Astral Observatory. Play the Goron's Lullaby to each of the
        4 stones to gain a Heart Piece.
    
    20. Link-Head to TERMINA FIELD out of SOUTH CLOCK TOWN, and start walking to 
        MILK ROAD. As you walk through the high grass, go near the Deku Baba that 
        pops up at you and you will fall into an underground cave with a peahat 
        inside. Kill it to get the heart piece.  
    
    21. Link; Zora Mask, Arrows, Bombs-Near the entrance to the Great Bay Coast is
        a large rock. Hit it with a Bomb or punch it as a Goron and drop down into 
        the hole. Shoot down one of the beehives on the ceiling with your bow, and
        the heart piece will fall into the water.  From the surface, plink the 
        enemies with the Hero's Bow, then sink down as Zora Link and get it.
    
     - SOUTHERN SWAMP -
       --------------
    
    22. Link-Climb on the big tree's vines to find a Heart Piece at the top.  Shoot
        or slice the Keese [Bats] that fly at you first.
    
    23. Deku Link; Land Title Deed-Take the MOON'S TEAR you got near the Astral
        Observatory and bring it to the Deku Merchant in town.  Take the LAND TITLE
        DEED he will give you.  Go to the SOUTHERN SWAMP, and look on the ledge with
        the hut.  Give him the LAND TITLE DEED, and he will give you the SWAMP TITLE
        DEED. Use the Deku Launcher to fling yourself up to the roof of the hut
        where you'll find the heart piece.
    
    24. Link; Cleared Dungeon 1, Rupees-After you beat Odolwa, go back to the photo hut and
        talk to Kotake as Link.  She will offer a challenge to you for a game of boat 
        archery. Shoot at least 20 of the targets before the boat ride is over to gain
        the Heart Piece.  Shoot Kotate 10 times and you'll have to start again.  The 
        first time is free, after that she will charge you.
    
    25. Deku Link; Pictograph Box-In the DEKU PALACE, take a picture of the Deku King
        in the Deku Palace, and bring it back to the owner of the Photo Hut. He will reward
        you with the heart piece.
    
    26. Link; Rupees, Hero's Bow-In the SOUTHERN SWAMP area, go to the Swamp ARCHERY GAME.
        Get a perfect score in the swamp shooting gallery to get a heart piece.
    
     - DEKU PALACE -
       -----------
    
    27. Deku Link-In the DEKU PALACE, take your first left after passing the guards.  Make
        your way through the maze, avoiding the guards.  There's a Heart Piece at the end.
        [SEE THE MY STRATEGIES SECTION FOR MORE INFORMATION!]
    
     - WOODFALL -
       --------
    
    28. Deku Link-Inside the hut where you play the Sonata of Awakening to open the entrance
        to the Woodfall Temple, launch over to assorted Deku Launch Pads until you come
        across a platform with a gold treasure chest on it. Open the chest to get the
        Heart Piece.
    
    
     - MOUNTAIN VILLAGE -
       ----------------
    
    29. Zora Link; Cleared Dungeon 2-After you get the Zora's Mask, clear out Dungeon 2
        again by killing off Goht.  Head down to the area where you thawed the Elder Goron
        and sink down using the Zora's Mask.  On the bottom is a chest with a Heart Piece.
    
    30. Link; Don Gero Mask, Cleared Dungeon 2 & 3-When you get the Don Gero Mask, Link
        gains the ability to talk to frogs.  They are found in the following areas: 
        1) CLOCK TOWN: Hopping near the tree in the LAUNDRY POOL.
        2) WOODFALL TEMPLE: After beating Gekko, he will turn into a frog.
        3) SOUTHERN SWAMP: This frog is on a log near the Octoroks.
        4) GREAT BAY TEMPLE: Beat Gekko again to turn him into a frog.
        5) MOUNTAIN VILLAGE: After you clear Dungeon 2, you'll warp out to the frogs.  
           talk to them and they'll sing you a Heart Piece.
    
    31. Link; Lens of Truth, Hookshot, Scarecrow's Song-Make your Scarecrow's Song and go
        to the area right before Snowhead. Around the last jump, use the lens of truth to 
        see some hidden platforms. Jump across and use the Scarecrow's Song and the 
        hookshot to get to the heart piece.
    
    32. Deku Link; Swamp Title Deed-Talk to the Deku Business Scrub near the Goron Shrine,
        and trade the Swamp Title Deed for the MOUNTAIN TITLE DEED.  Jump in his flower
        and blast up to the ledge.
    
     - GREAT BAY -
       ---------
    
    33. Link; Zora's Mask, Hookshot-Go to the right area of Great Bay (where you accessed 
        Zora Hall) and fire your hookshot on the palm trees atop each platform. Go up to 
        the top and through the opening.  Throw on the Zora Mask and dive into the
        water. Sink down, talk to the beaver, and he will race you through 20 rings. If 
        you go through them all before the time is up, you can race his brother through 
        25 rings and get a bottle if you make it. Race them both again and win to get the
        heart piece.
    
    34. Zora Link-Go to the right area of Great Bay, (where you accessed Zora Hall) and
        dive down where the waterfall is. Kill the skeleton fish followed by the Like-Like
        to get the heart piece.
    
    35. Link; Captain's Hat, Hero's Bow, Hookshot-In the OCEANSIDE SPIDER HOUSE,
        go into the room with the Skeletons.  Put on the Captain's Hat and talk to them to
        find out the order to shoot the faces.  Go through the grate that opens and get
        the chest with a Piece of Heart inside.
    
    36. Link; Pictograph Box, Zora Mask, Stone Mask-Take a closeup picture of a pirate
        for the seahorse with the fisherman. Put the seahorse into a bottle and release it
        near Pinnacle Rock. Kill all the sea snakes and rescue the trapped seahorse to get
        a Heart Piece.
    
    37. Link; Bottle(s), Fish-Catch a few fish in bottles and feed the two fish in the
        MARINE RESEARCH LAB.  One of the fish will eventually get huge and eat the other
        fish. A Heart Piece will be the result.
    
    38. Link; Hookshot, 20 Rupees/Game, Cleared Dungeon 3-After Gyorg is dead, ride the
        boat that is docked north of the Research Lab (head towards Pirate's Fortress) 
        out to an island, and use the hookshot to get on the island.  (The Boat will drive
        by it, so you'll have to hook it on the fly.) Beat the fisherman's jumping game to
        get a piece of heart.
    
    39. Link; Hookshot, Bottle of Water, Magic Bean, Scarecrow's Song-On the shore near
        the Pirate's Fortress is a Hookshot Target.  Fire up, keep going, you'll find some
        softsoil. Plant a seed and water it. Use the plant to ride up and at the top play 
        the Scarecrow's Song and hookshot over to the heart piece.
    
    
     - ZORA HALL -
       ---------
    
    40. Link; Zora Mask, Hookshot-In ZORA HALL, go into your dressing room. Hookshot up 
        to the top ledge and read the journal as Zora Link to learn the two parts of a
        song. Go into the guitarist's room and play the first part after
        he plays his part, and the second part after he plays his second part.  Then, go
        to the pianist's room and play the whole song (both 1 and 2 together) to him as 
        normal Link to get the heart piece.
    
    41. Deku Link; Goron Mask, Mountain Title Deed-As Goron Link, offer the MOUNTAIN
        TITLE DEED to the Deku Scrub in Lulu's dressing room. Use the Deku Launcher to 
        get to a heart piece.  He'll give you the OCEAN TITLE DEED in return, too.
    
    
     - PIRATE'S FORTRESS -
       -----------------
    
    42. Goron Link; Bunny Hood-As you make your way through the Fortress, bash the
        barrels in the room where you see a Heart Piece in a cage.  Step on the switch
        as Goron Link, and then switch into Normal Link with Bunny Hood and run to it.
    
    
     - IKANA CANYON -
       ------------
    43. Deku Link; Ocean Title Deed, Hookshot, Garo's Mask-Access the canyon by talking
        to the Ghost Man on the wall with Garo's Mask on.  Hookshot up and over, then
        head to the right.  Run as far as you can go, and throw on the Zora Mask.  Give
        the OCEAN TITLE DEED to the Deku Scrub. Use the Deku Flower to get to the 
        nearby heart piece.
    
    44. Link; Hero's Bow, Rupees-Take the GHOST COLLECTOR'S CHALLENGE in IKANA CANYON.
        His shop is near the Music Box House.  You'll have to kill four Poes before
        time runs out, bring some cash.
    
    
     - IKANA GRAVEYARD - 
       ---------------
    45. Link; Captain's Hat, Bomb, Lens of Truth-In the graveyard at night on Day 2, 
        wear the Captain's Hat and command the Stalchildren to open up the graves so 
        that you can enter a underground lair. Use the Lens of Truth to get through the
        area and bomb to break through the wall. Kill the Ironknuckle to get a piece of
        heart.
    
    
     - IKANA RUINS -
       -----------
    46. Deku Link-At the top of the ruins when you go outside, there is a crystal
        switch. Hit the switch with a bubble to turn off the fire around the Deku
        Launchers.  Jump from one to another to get the heart piece.
    
    47. Link; Light Arrows-To the left side of IKANA CANYON lies a door with a sun
        switch above it.  Pop it with a Light Arrow.  Enter the shrine and beat
        all the enemies in the four rooms.  After you have killed them all
        return to the center room for a heart piece.  NOTE: The dungeon may not
        let you access some of the rooms if you don't have a lot of hearts, but if
        you complete the ones prior to this, you should be alright.
    
    
     - ROMANI RANCH -
       ------------
    48. Link; 300 Rupees (To Be Safe)-Bet on the Doggy Racetrack.  Use the Mask of
        Truth to talk to the dogs.  Pick the one that says "Ruff! There's no way 
        I can lose!" Or something like that.  There's no guarantee since every 
        race is random, but you will finish in 1st, 2nd, or 3rd sooner or later, 
        which triples your winnings.  Bet at least 50 rupees on the Race to win
        the piece of heart.
    
     - THE MOON -  
       --------
    
    NOTE: If you already have the Fierce Deity Mask, there is no need to complete
          these dungeons, just exit the dungeon after you get it.  If you need it
          make sure you get the Heart Piece before you exit, it saves a LOT of 
          trouble.
    
    49. Deku Link-In the ODWALA DUNGEON, Fly up and onto the moving platform.
        Make your way to the GOLD Deku Launcher, and propel yourself to the
        back-right side of the room.  
    
    50. Goron Link-In the GOHT DUNGEON, WHOA! THIS IS BY FAR THE TOUGHEST HEART 
        PIECE! Goron Roll straight ahead and keep going.  You'll sproing off 
        Treasure Chests.  When you go through the two magic pots GET READY, sharply
        turn to the right when it angles, then turn left a bit shallower and hop
        the gap.  Once you hit the three magic pots, STOP ROLLING! See that 
        straightaway? Walk over, line yourself up.  Center yourself.  Goron Roll up
        and over the pit, sproing off the chest, and just stay centered.  You'll 
        eventually make it to the Heart Piece.
    
    51. Zora Link-In the GYORG DUNGEON, sink down; Go left, right, left, then left
        again.
    
    52. Link; Bombchus-In the TWINMOLD DUNGEON, defeat all the bosses.  Eventually
        you'll come to a room with Bombchu's and a hole in the wall.  Blow up the
        hole, hit the switch with a Fire Arrow, and go in.  There's a Heart Piece
        waiting for you.
    
    --- MY STRATEGIES ---
     -------------------
    I have many strategies I used to get the Heart Pieces.  Most of them, like for
    #50 for example, was just praying! :) The main thing to remember is NEVER give
    up.  Sure, you will get aggrivated, pissed, annoyed... It's just a game.  
    Don't forget that, just laugh it off.  I spent two hours getting the Goron 
    Heart Piece in the Dungeon. (#50).  I spent an hour getting the Deku Scrub
    Playground Heart Piece. (#16).  It's annoying, but it's a challenge.  That's
    why we play these games, for a challenge.
    
    Here's some strategies to use if you get stuck.  If you need additional help,
    and there's no hint here, E-Mail your request to the author of this FAQ,
    [templarnocturne@yahoo.com] and I will add the question the next update, along
    with a new In-Depth FAQ for it to clarify.
    
     - CLOCK TOWN -
       ----------
    
    4. Link-In WEST CLOCK TOWN, if you go to the banker and repeatdly deposit rupees,
       you will receive a Heart Piece when your total reaches 5,000.
    A. Ok. You know that Bird that flies around Milk road? You can shoot him with 
       arrows from a distance to bring him down.  He'll leave a GOLD RUPEE, worth
       200 Rupees! You can slash up the bushes to replenish your ammunition.  Use
       Z-Targeting to be sure that you hit him, and if you have Fire or Ice Arrows,
       use them.  It takes 12 Arrows to bring him down, but just 6 Elemental Arrows.
       Walk into Milk Road, rinse, and repeat.  This technique works well if you
       have the GIANT'S WALLET.
    
    8. Link; Land Title Deed-Remember the Moon's Tear Heart Piece where you traded
       for the Land Title Deed?  Go back and get the Deed again (if you don't have
       the one from before).  At midnight, go to the Stock Pot Inn [EAST CLOCK TOWN]
       and run around to the Upper Floor.  Go in the small room and a Hand will
       start spazzing out around you.  Give him the Land Title Deed and he'll give 
       you a piece of heart.  (You can go back in time if you need the Land Title Deed
       again.)
    A. Please refer to my TITLE DEED TRADE SEQUENCE FAQ, found on GameFAQs.com
    
    13. Link; 20 Rupees Per Game-In EAST CLOCK TOWN, go to the Shooting Gallery 
        during business hours (6 AM - 10 PM).  Score a Perfect 50 to win a 
        Heart Piece.
    A.  This is very, very hard. You'll have to try, try again.  If you miss, keep
        going, but beat the OLD RECORD by just one.  This will win you 50 Rupees 
        each time, thereby generating lots of cash for you.  Try to play a lot
        of times, this way you'll get used to where and when the Red Octoroks pop
        up.  With this knowledge, try to get them all in one pass, rather than
        randomly shooting whichever ones you can.  In other words, start at one
        side and make your way to the other. 
    
    14. Link; Bomb Bag, Hero's Bow, 20 Rupees Per Game-In EAST CLOCK TOWN, go to
        Honey & Darling's Shop on Day 1.  Win the high score three days in a row 
        and they will give you a heart piece. Day 1: Bombchu Targeting. Day 2: 
        Bomb-sket Ball.  Day 3: Target Practice (Bow and Arrow). 
    A.  This was crazy, but it follows the same thing as #13.  Play often to get
        used to the way the game goes.  The hardest thing to do is shoot straight
        because of the rotating platform.  As you play, you'll get better.  For 
        day 1, Stand straight and keep a mental count (1...2...3...).  If you 
        hit one, keep that mental count, and remember WHEN you launched.  Keep
        your rhythm and you'll get it, just bring lots of cash.
    
    27. Deku Link-In the DEKU PALACE, take your first left after passing the guards.  Make
        your way through the maze, avoiding the guards.  There's a Heart Piece at the end.
    A.  You can go back around to where you planted the Magic Bean (remember when you 
        found the monkey?).  Fly around again, but before the final jump, hop down when
        the coast is clear and run right for the heart.
    
    --- READERS' TIPS & STRATEGIES ---
     --------------------------------
    Remember, I don't necessarily check to make sure that these are right, but I do
    get in the Zelda mood every so often and try them out.  Although I post them, I may
    not have checked them over just yet.  (Just my little disclaimer.)
    
    23 Nov 2000: Wow. Thanks to N64master (N64master12488@aol.com), he found quite a
                 few get-arounds for the heart pieces!
    
    17 Nov 2000: Thanks to Paul Dinges (pauldinges@earthlink.net), he found a quick
                 and easy way to get that elusive Postman Heart Piece!
    
    5. Link; 2 Rupees Per Game-In WEST CLOCK TOWN, go to the Postoffice on Day 1 or
       Day 2.  Wait until the Postman finishes his evening run, then go inside.  He
       will tell you to mentally project 10 seconds to win.  It's 2 Rupees per game
       and I would bring at least 100.  Get 10'00" and win a Heart Piece.
       
    *  Paul Dinges:  If you wear the Bunny Hood, the clock will continue counting
       upward from 0 to 10, and won't vanish.  It's much easier to get the Heart
       Piece this way.
    
    8. Link; Land Title Deed-Remember the Moon's Tear Heart Piece where you traded
       for the Land Title Deed?  Go back and get the Deed again (if you don't have
       the one from before).  At midnight, go to the Stock Pot Inn [EAST CLOCK TOWN]
       and run around to the Upper Floor.  Go in the small room and a Hand will
       start spazzing out around you.  Give him the Land Title Deed and he'll give 
       you a piece of heart.  (You can go back in time if you need the Land Title Deed
       again.)
    
    * N64 Master: You can just hand each Scrub the letter from Anju as well.
    
    19. Goron Link; Goron's Lullaby-In Four Areas in TERMINA FIELD, there are holes
        that lead to four Gossip tones, one being larger than the rest.  They are
        located:  1) Under a Rock between NORTH and WEST TERMINA FIELD; 2) Near the
        edge of the Tall Grass out between the Swamp and Milk Road; 3) Outside 
        NORTH CLOCK TOWN near the spot where snow and grass meet; 4) Near the 
        outside of the Astral Observatory. Play the Goron's Lullaby to each of the
        4 stones to gain a Heart Piece.
    
    * N64 Master: You can also play the Sonata of Awakening to the four gossip
                  stones, this also works for a heart piece.
    
    25. Deku Link; Pictograph Box-In the DEKU PALACE, take a picture of the Deku King
        in the Deku Palace, and bring it back to the owner of the Photo Hut. He will reward
        you with the heart piece.
    
    * N64 Master: You can also get a picture of Tingle for a heart piece.
    
    Thanks again, and write in with your tips to get Heart Pieces!
    [templarnocturne@yahoo.com]
    
    --- REQUESTED STRATEGIES ---
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    23 Nov 2000:  Just published! Write your questions to templarnocturne@yahoo.com and 
                  I will put your questions here on my next update!
    
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    Any use without my authorization is prohibited by GameFAQ's privacy statements. 
    
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    --- THE NEXT UPDATE... ---
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    09 Nov 2000:  The next update will include the reader-requests for heart pieces,
                  as well as some more strategies of my own.
    
    --- FAQ'S BY NOCTURNE ---
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    1) Zelda 64: "Majora's Mask" Heart Piece Location FAQ, November 2000.
    2) Zelda 64: "Ocarina of Time" Heart Piece Location FAQ, July 1999.
    3) Zelda 64: "Majora's Mask" Anju/Kafei Trade Series FAQ, November 2000.
    4) Zelda 64: "Majora's Mask" Title Deed Trade Series FAQ, November 2000.
    5) Zelda 64: "Majora's Mask" Stray Fairy Location FAQ, November 2000.
    6) Zelda 64: "Majora's Mask" Sword Guide FAQ, November 2000.
    
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