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                      -€- THE LEGEND OF ZELDA: MAJORA'S MASK -€-
                                 FOR THE NINTENDO 64
    
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    FAQ/Walkthrough Copyright © 2000-2002
    VERSION: 3.3
    AUTHOR: Bedman
    LAST UPDATED: 7-26-02
    
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    this basically means I have highly limited Internet access until the problem
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    your question is not answered, then you can e-mail me at bedman@mail.com and
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    all of this, I am certainly feeling more pain from all this than you, but I am
    sorry for not being able to respond to all your e-mails :-(
    
    BTW, because of this freezing problem, I haven't been able to proofread V 3.3
    before submitting it, so there may be a few wonky problems, just try to ignore
    it until I can check everything better.
    
    NOTE TO ALL WHO HAVE E-MAILED ME: FCMail no longer exists because of stupid
    reasons. This means that I lost every single e-mail that was ever sent to my
    very first e-mail account *sniff* If you sent any questions or contributions
    to that address, please forgive me, it wasn't my fault. 
    
    NOTE TO ALL WHO HAVE E-MAILED ME: AOL no longer exists... er, just kidding. For
    now, I can't access my AOL e-mail so please send all e-mail to bedman@mail.com.
    
    If you want to copy / quote / redistribute this FAQ, see the COPYRIGHT section
    at the end for details.
    
    If possible, please read the E-MAIL section in the OTHER STUFF section before
    you e-mail me with non-Majora's Mask related mail. If you need to ask me some-
    thing about Majora's Mask, PLEASE feel free to e-mail me!
    
    Other websites by Bedman:
    www.geocities.com/bedman_1985 (directory)
    www.geocities.com/pokemon4dummies (about 20% done)
    www.geocities.com/thejackfarm (Harvest Moon 64, about 25% done)
    www.geocities.com/japanese4vg (Japanese for Video Gamers, about 15% done)
    
    Other FAQs by Bedman:
    Star Trek 25th Anniversary
    
    Other FAQs in progress by Bedman:
    The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
    River City Ransom (coming soon, I promise!!!)
    Jet Force Gemini (N64) (just started, who knows when it'll be released)
    Castlevania: Circle of the Moon (maybe, release date unknown)
    
    FAQs being considered by Bedman (in order of likeliness):
    Other Zelda Games
    Pokιmon Red / Blue / Yellow (GB)
    Star Wars: Rogue Leader (GCN)
    Super Smash Bros. Melee (GCN)
    Harvest Moon (SNES)
    Super Mario 64 (N64)
    Harvest Moon 64 (N64)
    
    A cool Majora's Mask site:
    www.angelfire.com/extreme/bboylethal
    
    A horrible Majora's Mask site:
    www.zelda.com
    
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    |TABLE OF CONTENTS|
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    -*- CONTENTS AT A GLANCE -*-
    
    I.    TABLE OF CONTENTS
    II.   INTRO
    III.  BASICS
    IV.   STORY
    V.    WALKTHROUGH
    VI.   FAQ - FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
    VII.  SONGS
    VIII. MASKS
    IX.   ITEMS
    X.    PIECES OF HEART
    XI.   BOTTLES
    XII.  PRICE LIST
    XIII. ENEMIES
    XIV.  CHARACTERS
    XV.   SIDE MISSIONS
    XVI.  GLITCHES, TIPS, CHEATS, TWEAKS, ETC.
    XVII. OTHER STUFF
    XVIII.VERSION HISTORY
    XIX.  COPYRIGHT
    XX.   THANKS!
    
    -*- EXPANDED CONTENTS / GENERAL GAME OVERVIEW AND OUTLINE -*-
    
    I.    TABLE OF CONTENTS
          A.    CONTENTS AT A GLANCE
          B.    EXPANDED CONTENTS / GENERAL GAME OVERVIEW AND OUTLINE
    II.   INTRO
          A.    Explanation of FAQ, E-mail, general info on FAQ
    III.  BASICS
          A.    OVERVIEW
          B.    OOT / MM COMPARISON
          C.    OLD THINGS
                1.    CONTROLS
                2.    Z-TARGETING
                3.    OPTIONS
                4.    MOVES / ADVANCED CONTROLS
                5.    C-ITEMS
          D.    NEW THINGS
                1.    SAVING
                2.    MOVES
                      a.    DEKU LINK
                      b.    DARMANI
                      c.    MIKAU
                3.    THE CLOCKS
                4.    DUNGEON FAIRIES
                5.    THE BOMBERS' NOTEBOOK
    IV.   STORY
    V.    WALKTHROUGH
          A.    CLOCK TOWN
                1.    LOST WOODS
                2.    GREAT FAIRY
                3.    NORTH CLOCK TOWN
                4.    EAST CLOCK TOWN
                5.    SOUTH CLOCK TOWN
                      a.    How to SAVE for the first time
                6.    INSIDE THE CLOCK TOWER
                      a.    Become human again
                7.    GET THE BOMBERS' NOTEBOOK
          B.    SOUTHERN SWAMP
                1.    SOUTHERN SWAMP
                2.    WOODS OF MYSTERY
                3.    DEKU PALACE
                4.    WOODFALL
         =C.   =WOODFALL TEMPLE=
                1.    MAP
                2.    WALKTHROUGH
               *3.   *MASKED JUNGLE WARRIOR ODOWLA*
                4.    AFTER ODOWLA
          D.    MOUNTAIN VILLAGE
                1.    GORON VILLAGE
                2.    SNOWHEAD
         =E.   =SNOWHEAD TEMPLE=
                1.    MAP
                2.    WALKTHROUGH
               *3.    *MASKED MECHANICAL MONSTER GHOT*
                4.    AFTER GHOT
                      a.    ROMANI RANCH
                      b.    STONE MASK
          F.    GREAT BAY
                1.    ZORA HALL
                2.    PIRATES' FORTRESS
                3.    PINNACLE ROCK
         =G.   =GREAT BAY TEMPLE=
                1.    MAP
                2.    WALKTHROUGH
               *3.    *GARGANTUAN MASKED FISH GYORG*
                4.    AFTER GYORG
          H.    IKANA CANYON
                1.    IKANA GRAVEYARD
                2.    IKANA CANYON
                3.    BENEATH THE WELL
                4.    ANCIENT CASTLE OF IKANA
         =I.   =STONE TOWER TEMPLE=
                1.    MAP
                2.    WALKTHROUGH
               *3.    *GIANT MASKED INSECT TWINMOLD*
          J.   THE MOON
                1.    ODOWLA CHILD
                2.    GHOT CHILD
                3.    GYORG CHILD
                4.    TWINMOLD CHILD
                5.    THE FIERCE DEITY'S MASK
          K.   *THE FINAL BATTLE*
                1.    *MAJORA'S MASK*
                2.    *MAJORA'S INCARNATION*
                3.    *MAJORA'S WRATH*
    VI.   FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
          A.    If you want to know how to get Epona, read this section (there's
                other stuff here too :-).
    VII.  SONGS
          A.    SONG OF TIME
          B.    SONG OF HEALING
          C.    EPONA'S SONG
          D.    SONG OF SOARING
          E.    SONG OF STORMS
          F.    SONATA OF AWAKENING
          G.    GORON LULLABY
          H.    NEW WAVE BOSSA NOVA
          I.    ELEGY OF EMPTYNESS
          J.    OATH TO ORDER
          K.    SCARECROW'S SONGS
                1.    INVERTED SONG OF TIME
                2.    SONG OF DOUBLE TIME
                3.    SCARECROW SONG
    VIII. MASKS
          A.    TRANSFORMATION MASKS
                1.    DEKU MASK
                2.    GORON MASK
                3.    ZORA MASK
                4.    FIERCE DEITY'S MASK
          B.    NON-TRANSFORMATION MASKS
                1.    POSTMAN'S HAT
                2.    ALL-NIGHT MASK
                3.    BLAST MASK
                4.    STONE MASK
                5.    GREAT FAIRY'S MASK
                6.    KEATON'S MASK
                7.    BREMEN MASK
                8.    BUNNY HOOD
                9.    DON GERO'S MASK
                10.   MASK OF SCENTS
                11.   ROMANI'S MASK
                12.   CICRUS LEADER'S MASK
                13.   KAFEI'S MASK
                14.   COUPLE'S MASK
                15.   MASK OF TRUTH
                16.   KAMARO'S MASK
                17.   GIBDO MASK
                18.   GARO'S MASK
                19.   CAPTAIN'S HAT
                20.   GIANT'S MASK
    IX.   ITEMS
          A.    OCARINA OF TIME
          B.    HERO'S BOW
                1.    FIRE ARROW
                2.    ICE ARROW
                3.    LIGHT ARROW
          C.    BOMB
          D.    BOMBCHU
          E.    DEKU STICK
          F.    DEKU NUT
          G.    MAGIC BEANS
          H.    POWDER KEG
          I.    PICTOGRAPH BOX
          J.    LENS OF TRUTH
          K.    HOOKSHOT
          L.    GREAT FAIRY SWORD
          M.    BOTTLES
          N.    TRADE ITEMS
    X.    PIECES OF HEART
    XI.   BOTTLES
    XII.  SHOPS AND PRICES
    XIII. ENEMIES
          A.    ENEMIES
          B.    MINI-BOSSES
          C.    BOSSES
    XIV.  CHARACTERS
          A.    MAIN CHARACTERS
                1.    LINK
                2.    DEKU SCRUB
                3.    DARMANI
                4.    MIKAU
                5.    EPONA
                6.    TATL
                7.    TAEL
                8.    SKULL KID
          B.    BOMBERS' NOTEBOOK CHARACTERS
                1.    BOMBERS
                2.    ANJU
                3.    KAFEI
                4.    MAN FROM CURIOSITY SHOP
                5.    OLD LADY FROM BOMB SHOP
                6.    ROMANI
                7.    CREMIA
                8.    MR. DOTOUR
                9.    MADAME AROMA
                10.   TOTO
                11.   GORMAN
                12.   POSTMAN
                13.   ROSA SISTERS
                14.   ???
                15.   ANJU'S GRANDMOTHER
                16.   KAMARO
                17.   GROG
                18.   GORMAN BROTHERS
                19.   SHIRO
                20.   GURU-GURU
          C.    MINOR CHARACTERS
          D.    CHARACTER COMPARISON
    XV.   SIDE MISSIONS
          A.    TEMPLE FARIES
                1.    WOODFALL TEMPLE
                2.    SNOWHEAD TEMPLE
                3.    GREAT BAY TEMPLE
                4.    STONE TOWER TEMPLE
          B.    SKULLTULA HOUSES
                1.    SWAMP SPIDER HOUSE
                2.    OCEANSIDE SPIDER HOUSE
          C.    THE GILDED SWORD
          D.    ANJU AND KAFEI
                1.    BARE-BONE WALKTHROUGH
                2.    SAKON'S HIDEOUT
                      a.   MAP
                      b.   WALKTHROUGH
    XVI.  GILTCHES, TIPS, CHEATS, TWEAKS, ETC.
    XVII. OTHER STUFF
          A.    BEDMAN'S SWEET HOME
                1.    A little Christmas humor.
          B.    E-MAIL
                1.    Please read this before e-mailing me with something not
                      related to Majora's Mask.
          C.    INSTANT MESSAGES
                1.    Please read this before sending me an Instant Message not
                      related to Majora's Mask.
          D.    MAJORA'S MASK THREE-DAY CHALLENGE
    XVIII.VERSION HISTORY
          A.    1.1
          B.    1.2
          C.    1.3
          D.    1.4
          E.    1.5
          F.    2.0
          G.    2.1
          H.    2.2
          I.    3.0
          J.    3.1
          K.    3.2
    XIX.  COPYRIGHT
    XX.   THANKS!
        
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    |INTRO|
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    This FAQ / Walkthrough is basically complete! I may add a couple things later,
    but it's done for now. Sorry for taking so long, I wrote the update like back
    in October 2001 or something, and I just didn't get around to submitting it.
    
    In other news, my bedman@fcmail.com address no longer exists because they shut
    down FCMail >:-(. Send all your questions, comments, flames, etc. to:
    bedman@mail.com and DON'T YOU DARE SEND SPAM!!! Also, WHquestion shut down. I'm
    really really sad :'-( ... *sniff* it was the best site I ever knew... But now
    I am also a neopets user (www.neopets.com). If you want to be my neofriend, my
    username is Bedman (duh).
    
    Also, if you're trying to send me an IM and it doesn't look like I'm online,
    check to see if I'm online under the username of USJokerBedman. Please do NOT
    send ANY e-mail to this address since I almost never check it.
    
    One other note: Up until now, I've been storing this file on a floppy disk.
    That floppy disk decided to go completely crazy and delete certain sections of
    my files. The result: I have to patch up some areas that were deleted with data
    from older versions of this file. Fortunately, nothing new was deleted and I am
    now storing my FAQs on my hard drive to be safe. I should have all the deleted
    areas replaced before I upload this, but if something seems really unusually
    tweaky, it means that I haven't gotten around to replacing it. Send me an e-
    mail with the exact location of the problem. Funny, I even switched disks, but
    BOTH of them have been giving me the same problems....
    
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    |BASICS|
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    -*- OVERVIEW -*-
    
    Zelda games often have unusual things, but this game is the most unusual of all
    Zelda games. It doesn't take place in Hyrule, but in a parallel world called
    Termina, where everyone looks like someone else in Hyrule. The Cucco Lady from
    Kakariko Village is the Innkeeper in Clock Town, the central town of Termina,
    and the Running Man from Hyrule Field is the Town Postman. Some items are re-
    turning, but some of them can now be used by Young Link, the only age you'll be
    using in this game. You will have to travel through time, but instead of going
    forward seven years, you have to go back three days. What happens on the third
    day? The moon will fall right out of the sky.... You'll have to go back in
    time to the beginning of your quest, though you keep most important items.
    Events that you watched once will unfold again, and some you'll be able to stop
    from happening. A poor old woman is attacked and a Bomb Bag shows up at an
    illegal shop a day later. If you save the old woman, the Bomb Bag reaches it's
    true destination and goes on sale at the Bomb Shop. You can watch the carpent-
    ers construct a tall wooden tower for the upcoming carnival, then you travel
    back in time and it reverts to it's original shorter height. So what do you
    need to do to win? Simple. Find something(s) to stop the moon from falling. And
    you only have the same three days to do it.
    
    -*- OOT / MM COMPARISON -*-
    
    You should know, of course, that Majora's Mask is the sequel to The Legend of
    Zelda: Ocarina of Time for the N64. For those of you who are relatively new to
    the Zelda series, please note that there were four and fifty-one hundredths
    other Zelda games that came before OoT: The Legend of Zelda, Zelda 2: Link's
    Adventure (both for the NES), A Link to the Past (SNES), Link's Awakening (GB),
    Link's Awakening DX (GBC, that's where the fifty-hundredths comes in), and the
    Second Worst Game of All Time: Wand of Gamelon for the Phillips CD-i system, or
    something like that (trust me, you really really really don't want to know what
    the game is like, and you also don't want to know what Nintendo was thinking
    when they endorsed it... in case you're math skills are poor, that's the one-
    hundredth, though it doesn't really deserve that much). Also for those who are
    new to the series, please don't call Majora's Mask "Zelda 2" because Zelda 2 is
    the title of one of the old-school NES Zelda games. I get a little confused
    when people are like "I need help with Zelda 2" and I'm like "I don't know much
    about it, I'm really more of an expert on Majora's Mask...." Also, there have
    been two games for Game Boy Color released since Majora's Mask (Oracle of Ages
    and Oracle of Seasons), and there is another half-game coming out for GameCube
    called The Legend of Zelda: Link Joins the Powerpuff Girls. It uses "innovative
    cel-shaded graphics" that make it look like a Powerpuff Girls cartoon.
    
    Now, for those of you who aren't new to the series and you haven't yet played
    much of MM, here's a list of the similarities and differences between OoT and
    MM:
    
    Differences:
    
    - Link is slightly older than kid Link from OoT
    - Only one age (no adult Link)
    - Instead of traveling back and forth seven years, you repeat the same 3 days
    over and over
    - There are three times the masks for a total of 24 masks to collect, many with
    special uses, plus you can carry more than one at a time!
    - Expansion Pak Only (it's worth it)
    - The graphics are better (because of previously mentioned Expansion Pak)
    - More enemies to fight (also because of Expansion Pak?)
    - Only four dungeons, which means that there are WAY more pieces of heart, plus
    more sidequests and mini-dungeons to make up for the low number of dungeons
    - Saving is confusing and frustrating at first, and you may not like the game
    when you first start, but you'll love it after a while
    - The atmosphere is more tribal than medieval
    - There are stars at night :-)
    - There are more character voices (YAH! UH! YAY!)
    - You can't switch between swords and shields, upgrades replace old ones
    - Young Link can use the Bow and Hookshot, no Slingshot or Boomerang
    - Zelda theme music :-)
    - More characters, more personality, more humor
    - Dinging fairy instead of "Hey!" "Look!" "Listen!"
    - More obnoxious and annoying enemy descriptions from previously mentioned
    fairy (Don't you know anything? That's a deku baba! It's easy! Just... whack
    it with your sword or something!)
    - Stranger story line, but not too difficult to understand
    - Incredibly pathetic final boss (there are ways to make it harder)
    - Better warp system
    - Species transformations (deku, goron, zora) with new musical instruments
    - More mini-games
    - No pesky golden skulltulas everywhere (only in two locations...)
    - New enemies (duh)
    - No magic items (Din's Fire, Farore's Wind, Nayru's Love)
    - New items (Pictograph Camera, Powder Keg)
    - More complex, unique, bizarre dungeons
    
    Now for a few similarities...
    
    - Same basic engine
    - Many of the same character appearances
    - A few returning Ocarina songs
    - Some of the music is the same (like the shop music, mini-game music,
    house music, etc.), but sometimes it sounds like it's coming from a cheap radio
    - Some returning enemies
    - Items such as Deku Sticks / Nuts, Bombs / Bombchus, beans, etc.
    
    
    -*- OLD THINGS -*-
    
    If you played Ocarina of Time, you can probably skip this section. This section
    just goes over the basics of the game, which you should already know if you
    played Ocarina of Time. It's also mostly covered in the manual, so if you read
    the manual, you won't learn much.
    
    - CONTROLS -
    
    The controls for this game are pretty simple. Here's a list of the basics:
    
    A BUTTON:          VARIOUS (OPEN, SPEAK, NEXT, CHECK, PUT AWAY, ATTACK, etc.)
    B BUTTON:          ATTACK WITH SWORD (SOME MASKS CHANGE THIS)
    Z BUTTON:          CENTER CAMERA, Z-TARGET
    R BUTTON:          RAISE SHIELD
    L BUTTON:          TOGGLE ONSCREEN MAP, TURN OFF OCARINA EFFECTS AND ANIMATION
    START BUTTON:      PAUSE GAME
    C UP BUTTON:       LOOK AROUND W/ 1ST PERSON, LISTEN TO TATL
    C LEFT/RIGHT/DOWN: USE ITEM(S) SET TO C BUTTONS
    CONTROL STICK:     MOVE CHARACTER, CURSOR
    
    - Z-TARGETING -
    
    Z-Targeting is a useful technique used to keep Link's attention on one enemy or
    object. While Z-Targeting, attacks will be more accurate, and talking to people
    or reading signs will be easier. Link will always face the item he has Z-
    Targeted, and the controls will change slightly while using Z-Targeting. Once
    you use it enough, you'll get used to it and it'll become natural. If you see
    a colored arrow above an item, you can Z-Target it. Green arrows mean there's
    a sign or something else you can check. A blue arrow means you can talk to a
    person or thing. Yellow arrows appear above enemies.
    
    There are two types of Z-Targeting that you can change in the OPTIONS menu, but
    both of them use the Z Button found on the bottom of the controller. The two
    options are SWITCH and HOLD. Switch is good for beginners. To use it, simply
    tap the Z Button to target an enemy. Tap it again to stop targeting or to
    switch to a different enemy. The Hold option is for more advanced players (like
    me, obviously) who have mastered the Z-Targeting system. It's better, but can
    be a little tougher to get used to. To use it, you must HOLD the Z-Button to
    target an enemy. When you let go of the Z-Button, you'll quit using it.
    
    Also while Z-Targeting enemies, you can press UP C to get a hint from Tatl.
    Just be warned that she can make you feel like a doofus, especially if you ask
    her about an enemy like a Deku Baba. She'll say "Don't tell me you don't know
    about Deku Baba! It's easy! Hit it with your sword!" or something like that.
    If you don't know about an enemy, though, it's probably best to listen to her
    to figure out how to defeat it (or listen to my descriptions :-). We didn't
    have anything like this in the older games... Zelda games these days are
    just too easy. If you want a challenge, try playing Zelda II and you will think
    Majora's Mask is sooo easy.
    
    - OPTIONS -
    
    You can only change these options on the Game Menu after the Title Screen.
    
    SOUND
    There are four options for sound. They are STEREO, MONO, HEADSET, and SURROUND.
    Stereo is best on stereo TVs, while Mono is best on Mono TVs (meaning TVs with
    only one speaker, I don't know why they ever made them like that). Headset is
    best if you're using headphones, and Surround is if you have a really great
    Dolby Surround Sound System.
    
    Z TARGETING
    The two options are SWITCH and HOLD. See the Z-TARGETING section for more
    details.
    
    CHECK BRIGHTNESS
    At first, you may think this is for changing the brightness of the game. It's
    not, it's for checking the brightness on your TV. If you can't see all four
    shades of gray, adjust the brightness on your TV so that you can.
    
    - MOVES / ADVANCED CONTROLS -
    
    These are some moves that are returning from Ocarina of Time. Note that most of
    these can only be used while Link is in his Hylian form.
    
    Z = While Z-Targeting is active, or while holding Z without targeting an object
    
    ROLL ATTACK
    BUTTONS: CONTROL STICK UP + A OR Z + A WHILE SWORD IS PUT AWAY
    USE: A general rolling attack, doesn't do much to enemies. Useful for destroy-
    ing crates, pots, etc. and to knock items out of trees (and to make small cow
    figurines' heads wiggle :)
    
    NORMAL SWORD SWIPE
    BUTTONS: B BUTTON (if sword isn't out, makes Link take out his sword)
    
    BACK FLIP
    BUTTONS: Z + CONTROL STICK DOWN + A
    USE: To dodge enemy attacks, especially dodging the Iron Knuckle's axe.
    
    SIDE JUMP
    BUTTONS: Z + CONTROL STICK RIGHT / LEFT + A
    USE: To dodge enemy attacks, especially dodging the Iron Knuckle's axe.
    
    JUMP ATTACK
    BUTTONS: Z + A + SWORD OUT
    USE: Does twice the damage of a normal sword slash, but takes a bit more time
    to get up afterwards, leaving you vulnerable to enemy attack.
    
    STAB ATTACK
    BUTTONS: Z + CONTROL STICK UP + B + SWORD OUT
    USE: Quick stabbing attack using the sword, useful for stabbing enemies with
    shields, or enemies that block normal sword slashes.
    
    SHIELD STAB
    BUTTONS: R + B
    USE: While using your shield, you can make a quick stab at your enemy. You'll
    quickly stab the enemy, and then you'll raise your shield right away.
    
    GRAB / THROW / DROP
    BUTTONS: A
    USE: If there's anything you can lift (clay pot, small crate, small shrub,
    snowball, Bomb, etc.) you can press A once to pick it up. Press A again to drop
    it (while standing still) or to throw it (while moving).
    
    GRAB / PUSH / PULL / CLIMB
    BUTTONS: A + CONTROL STICK
    USE: Use the A button to grab large blocks or other moveable things. Press UP
    on the control stick to push it and DOWN on the control stick to pull it. Or,
    to climb on top of it, push UP on the control stick (towards the block) and
    then press A to climb on top of it when the blue icon says "Climb."
    
    OPEN 
    BUTTONS: A
    USE: While standing in front of a door or chest, press the A Button to open it
    up. Chests usually contain useful items. Sometimes, doors can be locked. If
    a door has chains on it and a lock, you need a key to open it. If it has metal
    bars on it, you must find a way to open the door (defeating all the enemies in
    the room, pressing a switch, shooting an eye switch, lighting torches, etc).
    
    - C-ITEMS -
    
    If you've played other Zelda games, this will likely be familiar. You can set
    different items to the bottom three C Buttons. To change the items, pause,
    switch to the ITEMS subscreen, then press a C Button to set that item to that
    C Button. While playing the game, press the C Button to use the item. I usually
    keep the Ocarina set to the Right C Button, the Hero's Bow set to Left C, and
    the Hookshot set to Down C, but you can choose to set any items to any buttons.
    My advice: always set the items to the same buttons, if possible. This way, you
    can take them out quickly without looking at what they're set to (example: I
    never assign the hookshot to the left c-button, and I never set the Bow to the
    bottom c-button and I never set anything but the Ocarina to the right c-button.
    This allows me to immediately take out an item without looking at what button
    it's assigned to as long as I know that it is assigned).
    
    -*- NEW THINGS -*-
    
    Most of this info was covered in the manual, but wasn't in Ocarina of Time.
    
    - SAVING -
    
    This drove me crazy the first few times, but you'll get used to it after a
    while. To permanently save the game, you must play the Song of Time, but this
    also sends you back in time to the beginning of the First Day. All events that
    you cleared will revert to their original state, people's problems will return,
    and dungeon puzzles will return to their original unsolved state. You'll also
    lose all your rupees, arrows, Bombs, powder kegs, Bombchus, deku nuts, deku
    sticks, etc. but you won't lose the ability to use them. You'll also keep all
    important items (like the Bow and the Hookshot) and all the masks you have
    collected (including the masks left behind after defeating a boss, which proves
    you've beaten them at least once). In some ways, this is annoying, but in some
    ways, it's good. It's sometimes fun to go back and pound the bosses again,
    especially after you're a lot stronger (it took me about 5 minutes to beat
    Odowla the first time, and 30 seconds once I got a bigger sword).
    
    You can temporarily save the game, once you're Hylian again, using the game's
    Interrupt Save feature. Once you whack an owl statue with your sword, you can
    temporarily save the game by Checking the owl statue, then selecting "Yes" to
    save temporarily. This means that when you begin the game again, you'll return
    to the owl statue the same way you left it. BE CAREFUL! If you now turn off the
    Nintendo 64, you'll lose all the stuff you've done since you last played the
    Song of Time. To save again, either use the Song of Time, or save at an owl
    again. This is kind of like a really long pause, but you turn off the N64. Just
    like when you pause, you don't really save, it just stops for a while. Be sure
    you save again after using the Interrupt Save, unless you want to lose every-
    thing you did since the First Day.
    
    Also, there's a way to save the number of rupees you have, even after playing
    the Song of Time. You can deposit rupees at the Bank in West Clock Town. These
    rupees will be saved and the guy will recognize you when you return (even if
    you return as a Zora). I think this is because he stamps your hand or something
    so he'll know you later when you return. You'll also get various rewards for
    depositing a lot of rupees in the bank. After depositing 200 rupees, you'll get
    a bigger wallet, and after depositing 1,000 rupees, you'll get about 5 rupees
    (that's called "interest"). You get something even nicer for depositing 5,000
    rupees....
    
    - MOVES -
    
    One of the most interesting things about Majora's Mask is that you can actually
    change your form to become one of three different species. You'll have to
    collect the three masks to transform into the different form, and each form has
    it's own moves, strengths, and weaknesses. You'll often have to use a certain
    mask when you least expect it, like transforming into a Deku Scrub in the last
    temple to fly for short distances. Also, in each form, you'll take on the name
    of the character you got the mask from (except the Deku Scrub).
    
    DEKU LINK
    A BUTTON:      SPIN ATTACK
    B BUTTON:      BLOW BUBBLE (USES MAGIC)
    R BUTTON:      HIDE UNDER WOODEN SHIELD
    
    SPECIAL MOVES:
    
    PINK FLOWER HELICOPTER
    BUTTONS: Press and hold the A button while standing over a pink flower to
    burrow. Aim, then release to pop out and fly using two spinning pink flowers to
    fly for short distances. Control speed and direction with the control stick. 
    Press A again to drop down, and B to drop Deku Nuts like little bombs (useful
    for judging what you're above when trying to land on small objects).
    USE: Useful everywhere to reach distant or higher platforms / ledges / objects,
    etc. A required technique.
    
    WATER HOP
    BUTTONS: CONTROL STICK ON WATER
    USE: You can hop across water up to 5 times. Use this to reach the other side
    of water as a Scrub and to cross poisonous water. After the fifth hop, you will
    fall into the water and sink, returning you to where you first hopped in (un-
    less, of course, you reach the other side of the water or a lily pad).
    
    WEAKNESSES: Fire, lava, falling from high places, and water.
    SPECIAL INSTRUMENT: Deku Pipes
    
    DARMANI (GORON LINK)
    A BUTTON:      CURL
    B BUTTON:      PUNCH (PRESS 3 TIMES QUICKLY TO INCREASE POWER)
    R BUTTON:      DEFENSIVE POSITION
    A + STICK:     ROLL (MAY USE MAGIC POWER)
    A + B:         POUND
    
    SPECIAL MOVES:
    
    SPEED ROLL
    BUTTONS: A BUTTON + CONTROL STICK, WAIT FOR SPIKES
    USE: When rolling around, build up your speed until you have spikes sticking
    out of your body. While using this special speedy rolling, you can kill most
    enemies, bust through giant snowballs, and jump ramps to cross large gaps. You
    can also use it to roll up steep slopes, but you don't need to have spikes
    sticking out to roll up steep slopes.
    
    STRENGTHS: Strong (pulling heavy objects)
    WEAKNESSES: Falling from high places, jumping, and water.
    SPECIAL INSTRUMENT: Goron Drums
    
    MIKAU (ZORA LINK)
    B BUTTON:      FIGHT (PRESS 3 TIMES QUICKLY FOR STRONGER ATTACKS)
    HOLD B:        THROW FINS LIKE BOOMERANGS
    R BUTTON:      SHIELD WITH FINS
    R + SWIMMING:  ELECTRIC SHIELD
    R + B IN WATER:ELECTRIC SHIELD
    A IN WATER:    SWIM QUICKLY
    
    SPECIAL MOVES:
    
    SWIMMING
    BUTTONS: A WHILE RISING / SINKING / FLOATING
    USE: You can swim like a dolphin by pressing and holding the A Button while
    floating in water. Move around with the Control Stick. Press UP on the Control
    Stick to leap like a dolphin.
    
    SURFACE / DIVE
    BUTTONS: A OR B
    USE: While in the water, you can dive (sink) by pressing B (unless you're
    walking on the bottom), and you can surface (rise) by pressing A.
    
    WEAKNESSES: Fire and ice.
    SPECIAL INSTRUMENT: Mikau's Guitar
    
    - THE CLOCKS -
    
    There are two types of clocks in the game that you can learn how to read, one
    that's easy and necessary, and one that's a bit tougher and not as useful. The
    more important clock you should learn is the one that stays at the bottom of
    the screen at all times. This tells you what day it is and what time it is (in
    the game, obviously). The other kind of clock is the real ones that are all
    over Clock Town. They use a different format, but they're similar to normal
    clocks.
    
    GAME CLOCK
    Here's a rough picture of what the game clock at the bottom of the screen looks
    like:
         _____
     7 /       \
     O    / \€   \
    |     \ /     |
    
    The "O" in the outer ring will either be the sun (6:00 am - 6:00 pm), or a moon
    (6:00 pm - 6:00 am). Above the little sun or moon is a number. This is the
    current hour of the day. In the middle is a green or blue diamond. 1st, 2nd, or
    Final will be displayed here depending on the day. Around this diamond is a
    small point of light (€). This shows what minute it is. One second of Real-Time
    equals one minute of Game-Time (unless the Inverted Song of Time was played).
    This means it will take one Real minute for this dot to travel around the
    diamond. Once it reaches the top of the diamond, the hour indicator will change
    to the next hour.
    
    TERMINIAN CLOCK
    Here's a rough picture of what a clock from Clock Town will look like:
        _______
       / __^__ \
      / /  C  \ \
     | |   |   | |
     |<|   |   |>|
     | |   |   | |
      \ \__0__/ /
       \   v   /
        ―――――――
    C=SUN / MOON
    0=HOUR INDICATOR
    <, >, ^= BLUE DOT
    v=MINUTE INDICATOR
    
    It's kinda hard to draw like this, but you'll understand, it's not too hard to
    figure out. The outer ring of the clock is the Minute Ring. There are four dots
    around it's edges, and sixty little tick marks. One of the dots is red, the
    other three are blue. As the Minute Ring turns, the red dot will travel around
    it. It's read the same way as a minute hand on a clock, meaning if it's at the
    top of the clock, it's at 0 minutes, if it's at the bottom of the clock, it's
    30 minutes. The Hour Disk in the middle indicates the hour. There are four
    symbols around it, but only two of them are used. One of them is a bigger red
    circle. This points towards the hour, the same way the red dot is read. The
    other, larger, symbol changes between day and night. During the day, a sun is
    displayed. During the evening and night, a moon is displayed.
    
    - DUNGEON FAIRIES -
    
    This side-quest is optional and is similar to the Gold Skulltulas from Ocarina
    of Time. It does, however, have a much greater reward. In each dungeon, there
    are 15 lost fairies of the same color. They all look kinda ugly and have wings
    sticking out the top of their enormous heads. They look just like the lost
    fairy from Clock Town. You must rescue all 15 from each dungeon and return them
    to the nearby Fairy Fountain (there's a Fairy Fountain near every dungeon).
    Once you return all 15 mini-fairies, the big laughing fairy appears and gives
    you a cool upgrade (though I do wish Nintendo would make these fairies a little
    less... ugly). There are three upgrades and one special item you can get from
    these big fairies (not counting the magic power you get from the first one in
    Clock Town). For details about finding these fairies, see the SIDE MISSIONS
    section.
    
    - THE BOMBERS' NOTEBOOK -
    
    This item can be found on the Quest Subscreen once you get it. Move the cursor
    to it and press A to read it. This notebook contains pictures of 20 people
    (once you meet them) and their schedule for the three days. To complete this
    notebook, you must solve all these people's problems. It may seem like it's
    unnecessary, but solving these problems will get you a lot more masks, pieces
    of heart, bottles, etc. so it's worth your time to solve these problems. Also,
    it may be confusing, so here's a rough picture of what a schedules might look
    like:
    
              !          !                   !              !                    @
    :)--------==-------=======||------------===---------||======-----------------=|
     |---------=====---=======||------------------------||------------------------|
                 !       !
    
    The little smiley :) is the person's face... I didn't have enough space since
    each dash represents an hour for each day (and because GameFAQs.com requires
    all FAQs to be 79 characters wide or less, 24 x 3 = 72, 79 - 72 = 7... ah,
    nevermind). There are three columns, one for each of the three days. A red
    arrow and a vertical line shows the current time of day. The ! @ and & are
    symbols you'll see in the middle of the blue bars, and the blue bars (the ===
    bars on mine) indicate when you can get an item or solve a problem. The (!)
    symbol is to show an important event or a promise made to a person, or just a
    problem was solved. A @ symbol (it's really a small green face) means you
    received a mask from someone as a reward. A & symbol (a small red bow) means
    you received a gift or other item from someone. Also note that not everybody
    has two bars. That only happens when there are events or other notes that
    happen at the same time. One final note: if you solve all the problems of a 
    person, a small medal symbol like [|] with a red circled star on top will
    appear to the right of their schedule. Also, when you play the Song of Time,
    their problems will return, but your notebook will permanently record the fact
    that you solved their problems. If you want the best ending, make sure you help
    out all 20 people!
    
     _____
    |STORY|
    |—————|
    
       It had been a long time since Link and Navi had separated after defeating
    Ganon and saving Hyrule. Zelda had used the Ocarina of Time to return Link to
    his younger age. Now, with the Ocarina and a new shield, new sword, and his
    trusty horse Epona, Link set out to find Navi, his fairy friend. As he got
    deeper and deeper into the Lost Woods, he recognized less and less of his sur-
    roundings. He turned to take a look around, but Epona screamed and threw him to
    the ground....
       He awoke a few minutes later. "Hey, Skull Kid, let me play!" said a shrill
    little voice.
       "No way, you'd drop it and break it!" Laughter. Link slowly got up. A
    strange little Skull Kid was turned away from him, playing a few notes on the
    Ocarina of Time. Ding ding ding! Two fairies, a dark and a light, were trying
    to get the Skull Kid's attention. He turned around with a jump when he noticed
    Link, looked down at the Ocarina, and quickly hid it behind his back. Link
    lunged at the Skull Kid, but he quickly leaped over Link's head onto Epona and
    took off.
       Link quickly grabbed onto the Skull Kid's leg as the Skull Kid rode quickly
    through the forest. Just before the Skull Kid reached a log tunnel, Link fell
    off. The Skull Kid continued, and Link followed at a swift run. Little did he
    know what lay beyond the log tunnel. He didn't have enough time to stop himself
    as he plunged off a cliff into darkness.
       He landed on a small plant in the middle of a pool of water. Floating along-
    side his two fairies, the Skull Kid explained what he had done with Epona. Link
    was about to attack when the Skull Kid transformed him into a tiny little deku
    scrub. Link stared at his reflection in disbelief. He was a little wooden crea-
    ture, with a little green hat and shorts. Laughing, the Skull Kid began to
    float away through a doorway. Link tried to follow, but Tatl, the light fairy,
    stopped  him. Tael, the dark-colored little brother of Tatl, noticed too late.
    The door slammed shut. The two fairies were separated. "This is all your
    fault!" Tatl yelled at Link. "Open that door!" she commanded. Link complied,
    and the two of them began their quest. Tatl agreed to follow Link, at least
    until she met up with her brother again. Link used his deku powers to fly with
    pink flowers until he reached a strange area. A waterwheel was turning some
    large gears which seemed to be part of a large clock. Climbing up higher, Link
    met the Happy Mask salesman. The salesman struck a deal with Link: once Link
    recovered the Ocarina and the Majora's Mask that the Skull Kid had stolen, he
    would teach Link how to become human again.
       As Link stepped out of the clock, a whole new world filled his eyes. Clock
    Town, the center of Termina, was where he now stood. Everyone in the town
    looked oddly familiar, but none of them recognized him. Even stranger were the
    rumors that the moon was falling, and that it would hit in only three days....
    
     ___________
    |WALKTHROUGH|
    |———————————|
    
    -*- MAP OF TERMINA -*-
                              _______
                             /       \
                            |         |
                            |    9    |           _____
                            |         |          /     \
                             \__   __/   _______/  8    |
                                | |     |               /
                                | |____/        /\_____/
                                |       /\_____/
                                | 7 ___/
                                |  /
                                |  |
      __    ______              | |
     /  \__/      \       _____/   \_____        ____   __
    | 11 __       /      /               \     _/    \_/  |   
     \__/  |  10  \_____/       ___       |   /_  12  _   | / |     
           |       _____       /   \      |  // \____/ \__|/  |_____   ____
           |____ _/     |      | 1 |       ―― ―――――――――――――         |_|    |
           /      |     |      \___/      |―――――――――――――――\  13__ ____  15
          /       |     |                 |                \  | 14  | |____|
         |         \     \       2       /                 |_ |_____|
         | 12  |\   \     \_   ___   ___/
         |     | \   \      / /_  | |        _____  _ _ _
          \____|  \__/     / /  \ | |       |     \|_|_|_|
                          /  _16| | |      /       | |4| |
                       __/  /_\_/ |  \____/  _____/|―|―|―|
                      /       \  /          /       ― ― ―
                     /        | |  3  ____  |
                    |         | |_ _ /    \ \
                    |   17    | |   |  6   | \
                    |         | |    \____/  /
                     \_______/  _\ ____ ____/
                               /            \
                              /              \
                             |       5        |
                             |________________|
    
    1:  CLOCK TOWN         2:  TERMINA FIELD    3:  SOUTHERN SWAMP
    4:  WOODS OF MYSTERY   5:  DEKU PALACE      6:  WOODFALL
    7:  MOUNTAIN VILLAGE   8:  GORON VILLAGE    9:  SNOWHEAD
    10: GREAT BAY          11: PINNACLE ROCK    12: ZORA CAPE
    13: IKANA GRAVEYARD    14: IKANA VALLEY     15: ANCIENT CASTLE   
    16: STONE TOWERS       17: GORMAN RACETRACK 18: ROMANI RANCH
    
    
    -*- CLOCK TOWN -*-
    
    MAP (FORGIVE THE CRUDITY, I'M DOING THIS FROM MEMORY)
              _____<>______ __..___
       GREAT |    NORTH    |       |
       FAIRY : CLOCK TOWN  |    ___<> TO OBSERVATORY
     _.._..__|_____<>_____<>   |   |
    |          |        |   |  |   |
    |      ____<> CLOCK |_..|  |.._|
    <>    :    | €TOWER <>         <>
    |     |    |        |   EAST  _|
     \     \   |        |  CLOCK |_|
      : WEST\  | SOUTH  |   TOWN   |
       \CLOCK\ | CLOCK  |__..      :
        :_TOWN\| TOWN   |    |    _|
          :___<>       |____|   : |
     .,_______|        <>_______/  |
    |         <>   <>  |         |
    | LAUNDRY  |―――  ――――――――――――――
    |  POOL    |
    |__________|
    
    KEY:
    <> = PASSAGEWAY
    : OR .. = DOOR
    ; OR ., = LOCKED DOOR
    € = OWL STATUE
     = TREASURE CHEST
    
    - LOST WOODS -
    NEW ITEM: DEKU NUTS
    
    Once you reach the part where you're a scrub and you can move around, follow
    the Skull Kid through the door, then use the pink flowers by pressing AND
    HOLDING the A button to burrow. Aim with the control stick, then release A to
    fly through the air using the pink flowers. They have a limited time, though.
    Use the control stick to move forward, and A to drop down. Use this technique
    to reach the Deku Nuts in the next room, then fly over to the next door. Inside
    is the Clock. Up above, talk to the Happy Mask salesman. He can return you to
    your original form once you recover the Ocarina of Time and the Majora's Mask.
    Leave the clock to find yourself in the heart of Termina: Clock Town.
    
    - GREAT FAIRY -
    NEW UPGRADE: MAGIC
    
    The Great Fairy is in Northern Clock Town, so take the path behind the clock to
    reach her. She'll ask you to find her missing piece, so find it in town. During
    the day, the piece will be at the Laundry Pool, and during the night, the fairy
    will be hanging out in East Clock Town. Use the pink flower move to get her at
    night, and the water hop to reach her during the day. Take it back to the Great
    Fairy. She will now give you magic power. As a deku scrub, you can press B to
    fire a bubble. Hold the B button to blow a larger bubble.
    
    - NORTH CLOCK TOWN -
    
    Now use a bubble to pop the Majora balloon in North Clock Town. Talk to Jim,
    the Bomber leader (the little boy with the red bandana, the others have blue
    bandanas), then he'll ask his buddies to hide all over town. Now you have to
    find all five of them before tomorrow morning (do this in the morning to get
    the most time). Two will be nearby in North Clock Town. They shouldn't be too
    tough. One of them will be in West Clock Town, no trouble. The toughest two
    will be in East Clock Town. One of them is on the thatched roof next to the
    Inn. Use the pink flower to chase him down. The last one is holding onto a
    cucco on another roof (use the stairs). He'll also jump down as soon as he sees
    you. Once you catch the fifth Bomber, they'll all gather with you at North
    Clock Town. They'll give you their secret password (I'm pretty sure it's dif-
    ferent in each game), so write it down so you don't forget. Unfortunately,
    you're just a little deku scrub, so they won't accept you into their club. Use
    the password to get past the Bomber with a yellow bandana in East Clock Town.
    The Bombers' Secret Society of Justice forever!!!
    
    - EAST CLOCK TOWN -
    NEW TRADE ITEM: MOON'S TEAR (becomes LAND TITLE DEED)
    NEW TRADE ITEM: LAND TITLE DEED (becomes SWAMP TITLE DEED)
    
    Follow the passage down to the water. As a deku scrub, you can hop on the water
    five times in a row, but you can't swim. If you try to hop more than five times 
    you'll return to where you first jumped onto the water. Hop along the stone
    platforms until you reach the skulltulla. Use a bubble against him when he
    turns around, then continue down the passageway. Use another bubble against the
    balloon. Follow the hallway to the observatory. For now, ignore the scarecrow.
    Climb the stairs to meet Professor Shikashi. Talk to him and look through his
    telescope. You can look at anything in Termina Field, but the important thing
    is the Skull Kid, dancing atop the Clock Tower. Press the A button to zoom in
    on the clock tower. The camera should center on the Skull Kid, then the moon
    will shed a single tear. Now you can go outside the observatory (take the upper
    door) and take the Moon's Tear. Take it back to South Clock Town and visit the
    Deku scrub with the flower. Trade him your Moon's Tear for a Land Title. Now
    you can use the flower (note: these kind of trading items can't be saved).
    
    - SOUTH CLOCK TOWN -
    NEW ITEM: OCARINA OF TIME
    NEW SONG: SONG OF TIME
    
    Use the flower to reach the upper door of the Clock Tower. If it's earlier than
    Night of the third day, you finished early! Take some time to explore town and
    get used to everything. Talk to people and explore. Get to know the town. Once
    you reach Night of the Third Day, it's time to go back to the tower. The door
    will only open at Midnight of the Third Day. Once it opens, go inside and
    you'll automatically go up to the top. Watch the cinematic, then shoot the
    Skull Kid with a bubble. He'll drop the Ocarina of Time. Grab it, then re-
    member... Princess Zelda... the Song of Time... hey! Snap out of it! This is no
    time for memories! What can you do with a stupid old instrument? Well, you
    might as well try something. Set it to a C button, then try using it. Hey!
    Where did those big pipes come from?! Play the Song of Time to save your game
    and return to Dawn of the First Day. Why would you want to do this? Otherwise
    the moon would fall right on top of your little wooden head. Bye bye, Clock
    Town! We don't want that to happen, do we? Get used to the fact that you lose
    some items (not the important ones) and that people don't recognize you.
    
    - INSIDE THE CLOCK TOWER -
    NEW SONG: SONG OF HEALING
    NEW SONG: INVERTED SONG OF TIME
    NEW SONG: SONG OF DOUBLE TIME
    NEW MASK: DEKU MASK
    
    Go inside the Clock Tower (lower door this time) and meet up with the Happy
    Mask salesman. He'll teach you the Song of Healing, then he'll ask for the
    Majora's Mask... you didn't get it... oops. Too bad, Mr. Happy Mask Salesman.
    He'll go off complaining about how important it is and why it's so evil. Now
    that you're back to your human (hylian?) self again, you can use all sorts of
    cool stuff. Not only can you use your sword and shield, you can also use the
    Deku Mask (from the salesman) to transform into a deku scrub again, if you need
    to (you will). For now, you can either explore town or head south, though I
    recommend heading south on the first day (you can explore, then use the song
    of time to go back to the first day). This isn't really important, but you can
    visit the scarecrow in the Astral Observatory to hear about the two songs that
    manipulate time (you don't officially learn them, but they work). The two songs
    are the Inverted Song of Time (very useful) and the Song of Double Time. Play
    the Song of Time backwards (Inverted) to slow down time, and play the Song of
    Time pressing each button twice in a row (double) to warp ahead to the next
    morning or night.
    
    - GET THE BOMBERS' NOTEBOOK -
    NEW ITEM: BOMBERS' NOTEBOOK
    
    I almost forgot this! This is extremely important. As Link, do the whole Bomber
    hunt again, but this time, you'll be accepted into their club (make sure you're
    human). They'll give you a Bombers' Notebook. The Bombers are a gang of kids
    devoted to solving people's problems (doesn't sound like a typical gang). Each
    time you meet someone, they'll be entered into your notebook (unless they're
    really minor and they have no problems that you can solve). Their whole
    schedule is entered, so use this to help them solve their problems. There are
    twenty characters who have problems that you can solve. NOTE: When you use the
    Song of Time, their problems will return, but if you've solved them, that info
    will be saved in the notebook. To use the notebook, go to the STATUS screen,
    choose it, then press the A button. Oh yeah, and, um, ... The Bombers' Secret
    Society of Justice Forever!
    
    Also, an alternate way of getting the Bombers' Notebook is to use the password
    to enter the hideout as a human. When you leave, Jim will show up and ask you
    to join the club.
    
    -*- SOUTHERN SWAMP -*-
    NEW ITEM: PICTOGRAPH BOX
    
    From South Clock Town, take the southern entrance to town (guarded by a guard).
    With your sword showing, he'll let you out. Head south through Termina Field
    (YES!!! THE ZELDA THEME MUSIC!!!) until you reach a tree with a sketch on it.
    Now it's Tatl's turn to get lost in memories. She'll give you some background
    information on the Skull Kid. Once she'd done, follow the trail behind the tree
    towards the swamp. Ignore the pink flowers for now. Once you reach the swamp,
    climb up the ladder to the house and talk to the guy. Want to go for a boat
    ride? You can't. Koume is missing. Her sister, Kotake lives in the teapot-house
    a little ways away. Visit her, then enter the woods behind her house.
    
    - WOODS OF MYSTERY -
    NEW ITEM: BOTTLE #1
    
    Remind you of anything? Same music too, except this time, the little monkey
    will guide you through the woods. And remember, if you go through the wrong
    tunnel, you have to start over from the beginning. Once you reach the last
    room, you'll find Koume. She was attacked by the Skull Kid, so return to the
    Teapot House to tell Kotake. She'll give you a free red potion to take to
    Koume, and she'll even let you keep the bottle. Take the potion to Koume and 
    give it to her, though this is the toughest part of the whole darned game. This
    took me five or six tries. Seriously! Every time you try to give the potion to
    Koume, you just drink it yourself! Don't worry if this happens, you can get
    another free one at the Teapot. To actually give it to her, all you need to do
    is wait until she says "Press START and set it to a C button, then use the C
    button to give it to me." While this message is still displayed, set the bottle
    to a C button if you haven't already, then press the C button WHILE THE MESSAGE
    IS STILL DISPLAYED! Otherwise she'll just say "What good are you?" or some-
    thing. Once you give it to her, she'll take the potion and drink it, then
    she'll return to the swamp house. Return there, then talk to her through the
    boat ride window. She'll give you free ride through the swamp. Yay. Won't this
    be fun.
    
    - DEKU PALACE -
    NEW ITEM: MAGIC BEANS
    NEW SONG: SONATA OF AWAKENING
    
    Enjoy the cruise, then jump off at the first stop (don't get your feet wet,
    the swamp water is poisonous, hop as a deku scrub if you need to). Transform
    into a deku scrub, then get past the guards. Check in the King's Chamber
    directly in front of you to find out what's going on with the monkey, then
    exit. Take the door on your left (on your right when you first come in). Avoid
    the guards (if they see you, they'll kick you out) until you reach an under-
    ground grotto. Hop down inside, then get the free sample of beans. Plant them
    and water them (fill your bottle with spring water) in the nearby dirt hole,
    then hop on the platform to find twenty rupees. Use this to buy at least one
    more bean. Get more water, then leave. Let a guard catch you to get outside
    the palace, then hop on the water and the lily pads to the right of the palace.
    You'll find another patch of dirt. Do the same thing, then use the plant to
    climb up higher. Now use the pink flowers (this is tough) to jump from platform
    to platform. You have to time it just right, or else it won't work. Cross the
    little bridge to the other side, then do the same until you reach the last
    platform. WAIT until it rises up, then jump out. Enter the tunnel and talk to
    the monkey. Do whatever he says (take out your deku pipes when he asks for some
    loud instrument), then let him teach you the Sonata of Awakening. Now the mon-
    key's in trouble, so exit the palace and use the water hop to reach the Wood-
    fall Shortcut (it's on the same path you took, if you're facing the exit, it's
    a small ledge on your left).
    
    - WOODFALL -
    NEW SONG: SONG OF SOARING
    
    Transform into Link to take care of the dragonflies (use the shield, then
    attack the tail with your sword), then use the deku flower jump to fly over to
    Kaepora Gaebora the owl. He will teach you the Song of Soaring (very useful,
    you can fly to any owl statue you've hit with your sword, kind of like FLY in
    Pokιmon). Now enter the door next to the waterfall (if you fall down, I think
    there's a vine wall you can climb). In the next area, stun the Hiploops with
    a bubble (don't fall into the poison water). Get over to the rock platform with
    the deku symbol on it and an owl statue. Hit the statue, then play the Sonata
    of Awakening to make the Woodfall Temple rise out of the swamp. Break open the
    middle pot and use your bottle to catch the fairy (if you die, your energy will
    automatically be refilled). Now use the deku flower hop to reach the temple
    (you will barely be able to make it, so keep pushing Up on the control stick).
    
    -*- WOODFALL TEMPLE -*-
    NEW ITEM: HERO'S BOW
    
    1ST FLOOR
                         ______
                        /      \
                       |        |
                       |  BOSS  |
                        \__.,__/
                        /      \
                       |        |     ____
                       |   10   |    |_B__|
                a      |        |   /      \
                /\     |        |  |   9    |
                \/      \__..__/   |        |
              __||__  _____||___b_  \__..__/
             |      ||            ||   K    |
             |      ||            ||        | ___
             |      ||            ||        |/   \
             |  4   ;      1      :    2    : 3M  |
             |      ||            ||        |\___/
             |      ||            ||        |
             |__..__||_____.._____||___..___|
               /  \  |            | /      \
              | 5C | |            ||        |
              |    | |            ||   8I   |
               \__/  |            ||        |
                     |            | \______/
                     |            |
                     |            |
                     |   START    |
                      ――――― ――――――
    2ND FLOOR
                a
                ||
                ||       _______b_
                ||      /         |
                ||     /          |
                ||    /           |
               _||_  |            |
      ____    /    \ |     7      |
     |    |  |  6   ||            |
     | 11 |  |      :            /
     |_  _|   \____/ |          /
      EXIT            \________/
    
    M=MAP
    C=COMPASS
    B=BOSS KEY
    K=SMALL KEY
    I=NEW ITEM
    ..=DOOR (HORIZONTAL WALL)
    .,=DOOR, LOCKED
    :=DOOR (VERTICAL WALL)
    ;=DOOR, LOCKED
    END=BOSS
    
    In the start room, use the Deku Scrub to fly across. If you need a fairy, (the
    kind you can catch, not the ugly kind), just break open the pot on the first
    platform. Careful, two skulltulas are hiding above the last platform. Try to
    land in the middle of the platform. Now, enter room 1.1 (meaning room 1, floor
    1), the central room. As a Deku Scrub, jump off the right side of the ledge,
    hop the water to the corner platform, then turn left and hop to the door to
    room 2.1. You can hop to the ugly plants as a scrub, but they'll eat you if you
    jump on them as Link. Use them to reach the pink flower in the center of the
    room (the water in this temple is poisonous). Fly to the left, to the chest
    (point K on the map) to get a key. If you want to, you can use the flower to
    fly to room 3.1 to get the dungeon map. Now return to room 1.1. Hop on the
    plants to reach the door to room 4.1. In room 4.1, push the block out of your
    way (forwards), then run to the right, then over to the lit torch. Take out the
    skulltula, then push the block the other way so that you have easy access to
    the door to room 5.1 which contains the compass. To unlock the door, light a
    deku stick on fire from the torch by the skulltula, then carry it over to the
    torch by the door. Kill the dragonflies to make the chest with the compass
    appear. Back in room 4.1, light another deku stick and take it up the stairs.
    Light the torch up there, then, if you need to, light another deku stick. Hop
    on the platforms to reach the cobwebbed passageway. With a lit deku stick, hit
    the deku stick button again to hit the cobwebs with the flaming stick. The webs
    will burn away giving you access to the stairs leading to room 6.2. In room
    6.2, light the three torches on fire with a deku stick to open the door to room
    7.2 Ignore the dragonflies (unless they're close by), then use the pink flowers
    to reach the staircase on the other side of the room. Take the stairs at point
    "b" down to room 1.1. Hit the switch to make the ladders appear. Use these to
    access the upper level easily. Enter the upper door leading to room 2.1, then
    enter room 8.1 (make sure you're back into Link). Stab the Lizalfos a couple
    times to win the Hero's Bow. Return to room 2.1. Shoot the eye switch with an
    arrow to make the platform with the flower on it rise up. Using the flower by
    the door to room 8.1, fly to the center platform, then fly to the door to room
    9.1 (how many prepositions can I use in one sentence?) The bright orange
    Gekko is guarding the big key. Once he starts riding the snapper turtle, turn
    into a deku scrub and burrow into a flower. Wait until the snapper is about to
    run over the flower, then pop out. Quickly transform back into Link and shoot
    the Gekko. Repeat this strategy until he becomes a harmless singing frog. Take
    the big key and return to room 1.1. Nearby should be a torch. Stand between it
    and the big flower in the center. Shoot an arrow through the torch so that it
    catches on fire, hits the brazier in the middle, and lights it on fire. Now the
    big flower will rise up and begin spinning. Don't jump on yet. Return to the
    lower level, then swim across to the ramp. Climb up, then hop on to the spin-
    ning platform. Shoot an arrow through the flame in the middle so that it hits
    the torch on the ledge. This will open the door to room 10.1. In room 10.1,
    there are two pillars. On the right one is a deku flower, and nearby should be
    a crystal switch. Shoot the switch with an arrow, then fly to the now exting-
    uished deku flower (the flames will return, so don't take your time), then fly
    up to the nearby platform with another deku flower. Use this deku flower to
    reach the door to Odowla.
    
    - MASKED JUNGLE WARRIOR ODOWLA -
    NEW SONG: OATH TO ORDER
    
    Pretty easy. Just hurt him in any way you can. Your sword works the best, so
    use your shield, then run in and slash him. He seems to like to dance more than
    fight, but he does have one huge sword. A great strategy once Odowla sends in
    the little bugs is to grab a Bomb flower. The bugs will be attracted by the
    light. Place the Bomb next to Odowla if you can. When the Bomb goes off, all
    the bugs will die! If Odowla happens to be nearby, he'll also take some major
    damage. Get the hearts and such that the bugs leave behind. It's also a good
    idea to catch a fairy in a bottle. If you die (you likely will), the fairy will
    refill your energy automatically (note: the fairy must be a red one, shaped
    like Tatl, not an ugly dungeon fairy with wings on it's head). One final note:
    the Bow may seem like it would work well, but since Odowla is dancing all over
    the place, it may be a bit tough to hit him, even with Z Targeting, since the
    arrows will usually just hit his gigantic shield. As a scrub, you can also use
    the burrow-and-pop strategy, but it's tough to hit Odowla. The sword is pro-
    bably the best. Once you hit him enough times, he'll turn into a mask. Take it
    and watch the cool story scene....
    
    - AFTER ODOWLA -
    NEW MASK: MASK OF SCENTS
    
    You will now find the Deku Princess (slash the vines), and she'll explain some
    stuff, then she asks you to find something to carry her in back to the palace
    (what is it with princess that can't walk on their own?). Got an empty jar?
    Sure, she'll fit. It's a tight squeeze, though! Hurry back to the palace, then
    plop her out in front of the king before the monkey becomes stew. Yay! The
    monkey is saved! The king is so thankful, he'll give you a reward, though you
    have to find it. If you played the original Ocarina of Time, you'll know what
    to do when you get there. It's in a cave on the left side of the palace (right
    side as you exit). Instead of Dampι leading you through a twisting maze, it's
    the butler this time. Keep up with him, and don't touch the fire as a scrub, or
    else you're toast. You can transform into Link for the jumping parts and the
    fire maze. It's a lot tougher this time. Your prize is the Mask of Scents. The
    Butler also mentions something about who you resemble... Remember that sad-
    looking tree at the beginning of the game before you entered Termina?....
    
    -*- MOUNTAIN VILLAGE -*-
    NEW ITEM: LENS OF TRUTH
    NEW MASK: GORON MASK
    NEW SONG: LULLABY INTRO
    
    Your next destination is Snowhead Temple, located near the Mountain Village. To
    get there, head north from Clock Town. Use an arrow to drop the small ice
    chunk onto the large ice blocks. TIP: Fight the dodongo's for easy rupees! Jump
    attack their tail while they breath fire, shield up, then repeat. Take the
    trail up to the mountain village, then take the trail behind the smithy's shop.
    Buy the map from tingle if you want (pop his baloon with an arrow, the map here
    is cheap). Continue on to find the Goron Village. Talk to the Goron up above
    the door and ask him to open the door. Enter the shrine. WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHH!!!
    WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!
    WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!WAAAAAAAHHHH!!!!!
    WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
    AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
    AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    That baby sure has lungs.... Climb up to the top floor (plug your ears), then
    enter the upper room and talk to the Baby Goron. He'll tell you that his dad
    left and then he'll continue to cry like the moon is falling. Go back outside
    and go east to the cliffs. Talk to Kaepora Gaebora and follow his feathers
    (jump onto them, there are hidden platforms underneath them). Get the Lens of
    Truth from the cave, then use that to return. Look above the little shadow to
    meet the ghost of Darmani, the Goron warrior. Follow him back to the mountain
    village. Use the Deku Scrub's water hop to reach the cliffs with the hidden
    rungs. Climb them to find Darmani's grave. Get the Goron mask (you have to play
    the Song of Healing for the ghost of Darmani), then fill your bottle with hot
    spring water by moving Darmani's grave. Hurry to the middle area (with the
    white wolfos), and break open all of the large white snowballs in the lower
    area until you find the Goron Elder. Learn the Lullaby Intro, then return to
    the Goron Village. Make sure you've already talked to the baby before talking
    to the elder. Otherwise, the elder won't know that his baby is cold and is
    crying his eyes (and lungs) out.
    
    - GORON VILLAGE -
    NEW SONG: GORON LULLABY
    
    Transform into Darmani, then press and hold A, then tap B to pound the ground.
    Use this to open up the door to the Goron Shrine. WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHH!!!!!
    WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    It's a good thing you know that Lullaby, or at least the first part. Run up to
    the upper room, then play the Lullaby Intro to calm the baby goron, son of the
    Elder. He'll teach you the whole lullaby. Now head to Snowhead.
    
    - SNOWHEAD -
    
    Use Darmani's roll move to jump the ramps (make sure you have spikes coming
    out of your body or it won't work). I'll be referring to Goron Link as Darmani,
    so get used to it. Once you reach Snowhead, play the Goron Lullaby to put the
    giant Goron to sleep (you can only see him with the Lens of Truth). Goodbye!
    WHUMP! Don't worry, he's big, the fall didn't hurt him. Now climb up the path
    to Snowhead Temple.
    
    -*- SNOWHEAD TEMPLE -*-
    NEW ITEM: FIRE ARROW
    
    Snowhead can be confusing, especially if you're trying to write a walkthrough
    for it. But that's nothing compared to drawing a map using / \ _ and |. I'll do
    my best, but this will probably confuse you. If this map and walkthrough seem
    too confusing, try printing them out so that you can look at the map and read
    the walkthrough at the same time. Also, forgive the crudity of the map, it's
    not to scale and it's not color ("It's fine, Doc," ... sorry, semi-inside
    joke). The map is mostly for numbering each room so you know where to go. One
    last note, when referring to rooms in the walkthrough, I'll usually say some-
    thing like "room 3.1." This means room 3, level 1. I'll do this for all the
    rooms, but it's mostly so you know what level I'm talking about.
    
    1ST FLOOR                            2ND FLOOR
    
            ___________
          _/           \
        _/              \
       |      9         \
       |           _    /
       |       _../_\../__                         _   __c______
        \     |  o/  ##   \_                       \\_/  #      \
        |     |―――          \   _a__      ______  _/             |__a__
       __\____:#             f_/    \    |      ||               |    M|
      /   \___|       3      :      |    |  8I  :         3      :  2  |
     |    4   :             /       /    |______||               |_____|
      \_..__  |\__         /#      /      _______\               |
     /      |K|   \ _..___/K  1   /     _/K       \_           _/
    b    C   ――――\ / ## \/       /     /    6       \____..___/
     |     5      ;     :       /    b         __ .,/  #  o   \
      \__________/ \_  _/\     /      \_______/  |    7  o o   \
                    _||_  \___/                   \       o    /
                   /    \                          \ o        /
                  |START |                          ――――――――――
                   \_  _/
                     ||
    
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       _d_    _______c______     __d__       ____END___ __ ______
      / # \  /              \   |    _|    _/          /B :      |
     /     \/                |  |_  |_    /            \_/|      |
    |      |                 |   _|   |_ |                |      |
    |  10  |         3       |  |  11  _:         3       :  12  |
    |      |                 |  |    _/  |                |      |
    |      ;                 |  \___/    |                |      |
     \     /\_             _/             \_            _/|      |
    //\___/   \______e____/                 \_____e____/  |______|
    ―
    BASEMENT
         __________
        /          \
      _/           |
     |           __/
     |    9     /
     |         |_________
      \__     //o        \__
         |   ||             f
         |   ||             | _____
         |___:              ||     |
             |      3       ||     |
             |              | \    |
              \_          _/  /    |
                \________/   / 1  /
                            /    /
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                           |   |
                            \_/
    
    M=MAP
    C=COMPASS
    B=BOSS KEY
    K=SMALL KEY
    I=NEW ITEM
    ..=DOOR (HORIZONTAL WALL)
    ,,=DOOR, LOCKED
    :=DOOR (VERTICAL WALL)
    ;=DOOR, LOCKED
    #=ICE (when used next to a door, means both sides of door are frozen)
    o=GORON SWITCH
    a=STAIRCASE (point "a" leads to point "a" elsewhere on map)
    END=BOSS
    
    In the first room, knock out the icicles with your sword, then use Darmani to
    push the block out of the way. Ignore the White Wolfos and go to the right,
    into room 1.1. Use Darmani to jump the ramp, then crash into the crate to stop
    yourself. If you do fall down, you can use Darmani to walk across the lava to
    the ladder. Climb the stairs at point "a" to get to room 2.2. Use your shield
    to block the Bombchu (bounce it off your shield and it'll explode). Take the
    map, then return to room 1.1 via the point "a" stairs. Enter room 3.1 through
    the door to your right.
    
    Cross room 3.1 and enter room 4.1 to find a key. It's hidden behind two blocks
    to your left. Take the key and exit room 4.1. Aim your Bow so that it points
    towards the ice blocking the START room, and shoot the arrow THROUGH THE TORCH
    to melt the ice. Enter the START room, then use the key to get into room 5.1.
    Get the compass and ignore the rest, trust me, it's easier to get the fairies
    once you have the hookshot. Take the stairs at point "b" to reach room 6.2.
    
    Use the same strategy you used on the ice blocking the path to the mountain
    village (shoot the large ice blocks on the ceiling). Use Darmani to turn the
    giant snowball into powder to reveal a small key. Use it to enter room 7.2.
    This is one of the more frustrating rooms, and you have to be quick. Here's a
    map of it:
    
        ____..___
     .,/    5o   \
    |      4o o3  \
     \       2o   /
      \ 1o       /
       ――――――――――
    You'll have to switch between Link and Darmani to jump and pound the switches
    respectively. First, pound the switch at 1o to make 2o and 5o rise. Use Link to
    jump to switch 2o, then use Darmani to pound o3. Pound switch 2o, then use Link
    to quickly climb onto 4o and then jump to the door. Now you should be in room
    3.2. Use Darmani to jump the ramp, roll across the snow, then jump the other
    ramp to get to room 8.2 (you wouldn't believe how long this took me to figure
    out). Fight the Wizrobe in 8.2 to win the Fire Arrow. To fight him, shoot him
    with an arrow when he becomes solid. It's easy to tell where the real one is:
    just look at your compass. A red dot shows where he'll pop up next. Once he's
    gone, take the Fire Arrow. Now you can melt all the ice blocking the doors!
    
    The first door to go should be the one leading to room 9.1, either one is fine.
    Inside, use the Fire Arrow or your sword to kill all the Freezards. Once
    they're all out of the way, light all three torches on fire with the Fire Arrow
    to open the door. Enter the middle door and use Darmani to pound the switch.
    The giant central pillar will rise all the way up to the top. Now return to
    room 9.1 and go to the left. Take the door to room 3.1, then go to room 1.1
    through the START room. In room 1.1, shoot all the Freezards, then melt the ice
    block to reach a small key in a chest. Take the stairs up to room 2.2.
    
    Take care of the Bombchu, then hop onto the center platform. From there, shoot
    the freezard with a Fire Arrow and then shoot the frozen eye switch. The plat-
    form will rise. Hop off, then take the door to room 3.2. Jump down onto the
    netting, climb the ladder, and shoot the ice with the Fire Arrow. Take the
    stairs up to room 3.3. Roll across the snow and use the small key to reach room
    10.3. Shoot the Eenos with a Fire Arrow, or use the Goron Pound or something.
    Melt the ice and continue up the stairs. Kill the two Dinolfos in room 11.4,
    then enter room 3.4. Cross the central pillar to reach room 12.4, a rematch
    with the Wizrobe. Fight him the same way, then take the other door to get the
    big key. Now return to 3.2 (jump down to the netting) and punch the blue ice
    blocks out of the central pillar (as Darmani). Climb the stairs and do the same
    in 3.3. Return to 3.4 and jump down onto the central pillar. Bust the snowballs
    blocking the "e" staircase and enter it. Now you should be on the very highest
    level. Get a good rolling start and jump the gap to reach the door to Ghot.
    
    - MASKED MECHANICAL MONSTER GHOT -
    
    Ghot is pretty easy. Transform into Darmani, then keep on rollin' rollin'
    rollin'. Make sure you only attack him when your spikes are out. To refill on
    Magic, just roll through a green jar. When Ghot stumbles, don't stop! Keep it
    up until he really dies! Trust me, you'll know when he dies. If he just falls
    down, that's really an invitation to hit him more! A longer but easier way of
    doing it is to stand in the doorway and shoot Fire Arrows as he runs by.
    
    Just to let you know, every time you hit him, he'll attempt to retaliate by
    sending a bolt of lightning at you. Try to dodge it, it really sucks to get hit
    in the middle of a Goron roll. He also causes an endless number of stalagtites
    to fall from the ceiling, and also throws Bombs at you during the second half
    of the battle.
    
    - AFTER GHOT - 
    NEW ITEM: BOTTLE #2
    
    Return to the Goron Village. The cave that was blocked with ice is now thawed.
    Enter to receive a Goron Powder Keg, an extremely explosive bomb only used by
    gorons. Throw it up to the next ledge, then roll up to it and repeat. Take it
    to the Goron Racetrack (just above Goron Pond). Use it to open up the track.
    Enter the race and win to get something nice (see SIDE MISSIONS section for
    details).
    
    - ROMANI RANCH -
    NEW RIDE: EPONA
    NEW SONG: EPONA'S SONG
    NEW ITEM: BOTTLE #3
    NEW MASK: ROMANI'S MASK
    
    Now I recommend playing the Song of Time (you can only get Epona on day one).
    Return to the Clock Town Bomb Shop to buy another Powder Keg (Darmani only).
    Take it to the Milk Road just south of Clock Town. Use the keg to blast away
    the boulder blocking the road (don't worry, the guy will run out of the way).
    Now you can reach Romani Ranch. If you want to, you can make a promise to
    Romani to protect her and the cows at 2:30 AM, but only on the first day.
    You'll also get Epona back (to call her after using the Song of Time, just play
    Epona's Song). You can use her to practice your archery skills while riding a
    horse. If you don't care about protecting the poor cows from "Them," then you
    can go to the Great Bay if you want. If you do save the farm from "Them,"
    you'll win a bottle of milk. Return there the next night to find Cremia,
    Romani's older sister (if Cremia is in your notebook, you'll be able to see
    what time she'll be there). Talk to her to hitch a ride to Termina Field. On
    the way there, you'll have to pass through the Gorman Track. With your arrows,
    shoot off the "bandits," then take the Romani's Mask from Cremia. If you happen
    to have the Circus Leader's Mask, wear it to prevent the brothers from attack-
    ing! Of course, you need the Romani's Mask to get the Circus Leader's Mask, so
    it's kind of a catch 22 situation.
    
    - STONE MASK -
    NEW MASK: STONE MASK
    
    Before you head to Great Bay, take Epona East of Clock Town, taking along a red
    potion as well. Hop over the fence with Epona, then use the Lens of Truth on
    the small circle of stones to find Shiro, the mysterious invisible soldier.
    Give him the red potion to receive the Stone Mask. Now, before going to Great
    Bay, make SURE you have at least three bottles. You almost definitely need
    them. It's possible with two, but time consuming. Definitely don't try this if
    you only have one bottle.
    
    -*- GREAT BAY -*-
    NEW MASK: ZORA MASK
    
    To reach Great Bay, hop on Epona to jump the fence. Swim out to where the
    seagulls are flying to find Mikau. Grab onto him from behind, then push him to
    shore. With his last breath, he'll sing a song for you, then he'll leave you
    the Zora Mask. With this, you can transform into Mikau. Now head to Zora Hall.
    
    - ZORA CAPE -
    
    You aren't required to go to Zora Hall first, but it helps you understand
    what's going on a bit more. To get to Zora Cape, enter the cave on shore, west
    of the Fisherman's house. Enter the tunnel to reach Zora Cape, then swim under-
    water to find Zora Hall. Inside, you'll find the Zoras, who all mistake you for
     Mikau (actually, you ARE Mikau AND Link). Talk to everyone, especially Evan,
    to find out about the missing eggs. Now, head back to the northern beach. Stop
    by the Fisherman's House and talk to the Golden Sea Horse. The Fisherman wants
    a picture of a Gerudo Pirate, so turn into Mikau to swim underwater. Go north
    to reach the Pirates' Fortress.
    
    - PIRATES' FORTRESS -
    NEW ITEM: HOOKSHOT
    
    To enter, hit the skull-and-crossbone doors underwater by swimming into them
    (press and hold the A button to swim really fast). Turn back into Link and put
    on the Stone Mask to prevent the guards from seeing you. Swim north to the
    ramp, then transform into Darmani and hit the switch to open the underwater
    gate. Transform into Mikau to swim inside (make sure the pirates don't see
    you). Break down the barriers and pull the first block out towards you. Swim to
    the second block and push it forward. Swim around to the upward current. Swim
    past the strong current; if you get caught in it, you'll be taken back outside.
    Break down the barrels, hit the switch, then hurry down the ramp to the door to
    find a Piece of Heart. Now, hit the switch with an arrow (or Mikau's fins) to
    open the gate. Continue past the other current to the next room. Step on the
    switch, run to the geyser platform, then quickly hit the nearby crystal switch
    to activate the geyser (the door to the switch closes if you don't shoot the
    switch quickly enough, just hit the button again). Look through the telescope
    to get a glimpse of the inner fortress, then hit the mines with your fins or
    arrows. Once they hit each other, they'll both explode. Now shoot the switch on
    the other side of them and exit through the door down below. You'll now be in
    the inner fortress. Put on the Stone Mask to make sure the guards don't see
    you. You can also shoot them with arrows to knock them out, but only for about
    10 seconds. Stand right in front of one of the guards and take a close-up
    pictograph. Climb the guard tower, cross the bridge, then enter the door behind
    the statue first. Look in the window to eavesdrop on the conversation, then
    fire an arrow at the beehive (if you're out of arrows, there are a few pots at
    the end of the hallway). The bees will escape and chase out the pirates. Exit
    the hallway, then enter the lower door to find the hookshot. Use this to latch
    onto wood and the little targets. Explore the whole fortress to find the four
    Zora eggs. Put one each in a bottle (if you don't have four bottles, rescue as
    many as you can and return them to the tank back at the lab). The first one is
    in the room with the hookshot, then the rest can be found by exploring the rest
    of the inner fortress. Once you fill up your bottles, all four or not, return
    to the lab in the bay (the one with the big tank and the crazy professor and
    the giant hook on the roof). Okay, this is another one of those toughest-
    things-in-the-whole-darned-game-that-shouldn't-be-this-tough. Climb the ladder,
    then stand in the CENTER of the bars (or right next to the center) so that when
    you drop the egg into the water, it will fall right in the center. Otherwise,
    it will just say "It looks like this item doesn't work here." Once you get all
    four eggs in the tank, go to the Fisherman's House back on shore.
    
    - PINNACLE ROCK -
    
    I better warn you.... You really should only go to Pinnacle Rock if you have at
    least three bottles, it'll make life a lot easier for you. You should also have
    either the magic upgrade from the Snowhead Great Fairy or a green potion or two
    (you'll need a lot of magic, just get as much as you can).
    
    Show the pictograph to the Fisherman to get the Golden Seahorse in a bottle.
    Take it to pinnacle rock (west of the Pirates' Fortress) as Mikau, then release
    it into the water (dive down to the ocean floor, then release). Follow it to
    Pinnacle Rock. Kill all seven eels by using the electric shield as Mikau (press
    AND HOLD the R Button as Mikau underwater), rescue the three other eggs, and
    reunite the two Golden Seahorses. Take the eggs back to the lab. Once all seven
    are in the tank, they'll hatch. They seem to be in a certain formation, so take
    out your guitar and learn the New Wave Bossa Nova from them. Now return to Zora
    Hall. Take the back exit to find Lulu. Play the New Wave Bossa Nova for her to
    wake up the nearby turtle island. Hookshot yourself onto his back to be trans-
    ported to the Great Bay Temple.
    
    -*- GREAT BAY TEMPLE -*-
    NEW ITEM: ICE ARROW
    
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    KEY:
    M=MAP
    C=COMPASS
    B=BOSS KEY
    K=SMALL KEY
    I=NEW ITEM
    ..=DOOR (HORIZONAL WALL)
    ,,=DOOR, LOCKED
    :=DOOR (VERTICAL WALL)
    ;=DOOR, LOCKED
    [ ]=TUNNELS DO NOT INTERSECT
    {=PASSAGEWAY UNACCESSIBLE FROM LEFT
    END=BOSS
    
    Forgive the crudity of the maps, they aren't to scale, and they look horrible.
    They're only to number each room for reference in the walkthrough. This is my
    favorite temple from all the Zelda games combined, so I know quite a lot about
    it. It's similar to the Water Temple in Ocarina of Time, except you have to
    transform into Mikau to go underwater instead of putting on the Iron Boots.
    There are also several switches that change the flow of water through pipes
    that eventually activate water geysers that you can step on. You also have to
    change the water flow half way through the temple so that you can use the water
    current to travel through new tunnels and reach new rooms.
    
    Obviously, you start out in the START room. If you need to leave, use the Hook-
    shot on the turtle's palm tree (that's what that messed up thing in the START
    room is). Anyway, enter the next room. This temple may seem big and complicated
    but it's also the funnest. You'll spend most of the time as Mikau, so only turn
    back into Link when necessary. Note that the yellow geyser is running the large
    waterwheel. The main goal of the temple is to get the water pressure flowing
    into the red pipe. Your first job is to reach room 2. To do this, you need to
    turn the green switch underwater. Once the switch is turned, a new geyser will
    activate. Take the elevator (when facing the entrance, take the left one), then
    jump to the platform to the right of the door. Be careful, the skulltula could
    knock you off. Wait for the geyser to lower, then jump onto it. Let it rise,
    then jump off. Enter Room 2. This is an important room. The waterwheel in room
    1 is turning the gears, creating a strong spiraling current in room 2. Dive
    down and enter the upper tunnel that leads to room 3 (if you find that it's too
    hard to enter the tunnel, it must be the wrong one. Right now the current is
    going counter-clockwise, which should push you through the right tunnel). Pick
    up the Map, then take the tunnel to room 4 (the tunnel with the Dexihands).
    Enter the door to reach room 5. Shoot the Bombchu with an arrow (if you use the
    Hookshot, it will do more harm than good). Hop on the lily pads to reach the
    compass. Now dive down to find the small key. Take the current tunnel back to
    room 2 and dive down to the bottom. Enter the lower tunnel to reach room 6.
    Rise up, then walk on the red pipe to reach room 7 (shoot the Bombchu with an
    arrow first). Stock up on stuff before the mini-boss Wart. To fight Wart, first
    use your hookshot to pull the small eyeballs, kill them with your sword, then
    repeat. Once enough of them are gone, shoot Wart when the eye opens. Eventually
    all the eyes will jump off and Wart will start rolling around the room. Kill
    all the smaller eyes first with a few spin-attacks, then wait in the corner and
    shoot Wart in the eye when he faces you (if you have the Spin Attack upgrade
    from the Woodfall Fairy, use that when he's nearby). Once he's gone, open the
    chest to receive the Ice Arrow.
    
    Now that you have the Ice Arrow, there are tons of things you can do. First,
    return to room six and use the Ice Arrow to freeze the octorok. Jump onto it,
    and from the octorok, jump to the red pump. Now return to room 2. Freeze the
    waterfall to enter room 9. Use the Hookshot to reach the yellow pump (take care
    of the tektites first). From the yellow pump, shoot the Ice Arrow at the water
    between you and the green pump to make a little stepping stone. Jump on and
    make another one. Do it quickly, since the ice will melt soon. Use the stepping
    stones (ice cubes) to reach the green pump and turn it on. Now return to room
    3 and use the same strategy to reach the door to room 10. In there, use the Ice
    Arrow on the Chuchu and push it to the red switch. Push it, then head to room
    5. Use the stepping stones to reach room 11. Another mini-boss? Hit the Gekko
    with your sword or arrows, then freeze the big blob on the ceiling with an Ice
    Arrow before it falls on top of you. Shoot the Gekko again or hit it with your
    sword. Once it's gone, exit through the second door to reach the Big Key.
    
    From the Big Key room, use your hookshot to escape, then return to room 1. To
    the right is a geyser coming out of the red pipe. Use the Hookshot on the tar-
    get above to fall onto the geyser, then jump to the red switch. It will acti-
    vate the red geyser beneath the waterwheel and stop the wheel altogether. Now
    the current in room 2 is stopped! The downside? The elevators are stopped too,
    so you can't get to room 2! You'll have to deactivate the yellow geyser by
    turning the yellow switch off. Now the waterwheel will start turning the oppo-
    site direction which will reverse the current in room 2. The elevators are
    working again, so go back to room 2. Dive down then go to room 12 via the old
    exit to room 5. Beware of the Dexihands on the way. In room 12, get onto the
    elevator, then freeze the waterfall once it reaches the top. Jump down onto the
    machinery and make your way over to the upper door. Now in room 13, you'll have
    to control the seesaws by freezing and unfreezing the waterfalls. The goal in
    this room is to turn the green switch, then exit the room through the other
    door, which leads to the inaccessible passageway in room 3. Now that the green
    water is flowing, return to room 2 and sink to the bottom. Enter the tunnel to
    reach room 14. Now climb onto the green pipes and turn the last green switch to
    activate the green geyser. Jump onto it, let it rise, then jump off of it to
    reach the door to Gyorg. Enter the room and jump down the hole....
    
    - GARGANTUAN MASKED FISH GYORG -
    
    Make sure you have as many red fairies as you can cram into those bottles,
    because you will be taking some heavy damage. As Mikau, swim around and use the
    electric shield to attack Gyorg's head. This is dangerous, since Gyorg's mouth
    is on his head. He loves to chomp on you, so be careful. If you run out of
    magic, swim to a green jar in the corner and break it open. Hit Gyorg enough
    times to turn him into a mask.
    
    Another strategy that I haven't tried yet but several people have told me about
    is to stand on the platform as Link or Mikau and shoot Gyorg with arrows or the
    boomerang fins. When he's stunned, jump in the water as Mikau, then use the
    electric shield to attack him.
    
    - AFTER GYORG -
    NEW ITEM: BOTTLE #4
    NEW MASK: GARO'S MASK
    
    Return to Zora hall to practice with the Indigo-gos. No logical purpose, it's
    just cool to hear them play. See the BOTTLES section to find out how to win a
    bottle from the beavers on top of the waterfall. Also, see the PIECES OF HEART
    section to find out how to win a Piece of Heart from the fisherman out in Great
    Bay. Before you go to Ikana Canyon, visit the Gorman Track and beat the bro-
    thers in a horse race to win the Garo's Mask. It's quite tough, but as always,
    it's possible.
    
    -*- IKANA CANYON -*-
    NEW MASK: CAPTAIN'S HAT
    NEW SONG: SONG OF STORMS
    NEW ITEM: BOTTLE #5
    
    Before heading up the canyon, take a left and visit the Ikana Graveyard. Play
    the Sonata of Awakening for Captain Keeta. Before he runs too far, shoot him
    with your Bow, but wait in between each shot until he recovers. If he disap-
    pears around a corner, you'll have to beat the two stalchildren to get rid of
    the flame (use the quick spin attack if you know how). Once the music changes,
    go up to him and attack him with your sword. If he mysteriously disappears,
    look under you to see if there's a large shadow. If there is, run away a few
    feet and wait for him to land. Once you defeat him, you'll be warped to the
    ledge near the beginning. Listen to him, let him turn off the flame, then use
    the Hookshot to reach the chest. Open it to add the Captain's Hat to your col-
    lection. Use it at night (first day only) to talk to the Stalchildren. Order
    them to open the grave, then enter. Jump across to the doorway. I will warn you
    that the next room is swarming with Keese. You should probably use the Stone
    Mask and either the hookshot or Bow. Light the three torches and continue until
    you reach the Iron Knuckle. In this game, he seems a little easier, but maybe
    that's because I've had so much practice fighting him in Ocarina of Time. Use
    the defensive maneuvers such as the Back Flip and Side Jump to dodge his big
    whopping axe, then jump attack him whenever his axe gets stuck in the floor.
    Once he's gone, talk to the Flat Brother Ghost and learn the Song of Storms
    from him. On night 2, you can use the Lens of Truth in the other grave to find
    a Piece of Heart. On night three you can win a bottle. Once you know the Song
    of Storms, you can continue up Ikana Canyon.
    
    - IKANA CANYON -
    NEW MASK: GIBDO'S MASK
    
    To get past the guy on the cliff, show him Garo's Mask. Use the Hookshot on the
    tree to climb up higher. Continue using this technique, freezing the octoroks
    with the Ice Arrow (freeze the second one, then the first). Once you reach the
    top, hit the Owl Statue and go up to the cave at the top. Play the Song of
    Storms for the Sharp Ghost to restore the river. Now you can enter the water-
    wheel house (only while Pamela is outside). If Pamela runs inside, place a Bomb
    on her doorstep, then run around the southern corner and hide. Wait a few
    seconds, then enter the house. Go downstairs, open the cabinet, then play the
    Song of Healing quickly before Pamela returns (once you find her dad in the
    cabinet, she'll run back inside). Pamela's Dad will become human again and his
    gibdo body will turn into the Gibdo Mask. Now you can talk to the Gibdos in the
    well. 
    
    - BENEATH THE WELL -
    NEW WEAPON: MIRROR SHIELD
    
    Before you go down the well, you should buy the map from Tingle. It will help
    you navigate the well a lot easier. Just shoot him down and buy the map.
    
    There are a couple of ways to do this. You can do this the quick and easy way,
    or the longer, confusing, and cheap way. For the quick way, you'll need to buy
    (and catch) several items before going down the well, but you need to know
    where to find a fish (they usually hang out in grottos). For the longer way,
    you don't need to catch a fish prior to going down. Here's what you'll need be-
    fore heading down the well:
    
    QUICK WAY:                                   LONG WAY:
    5 Magic Beans (deku at Swamp Tourist Info)  5 Magic Beans (Tourist Info)
    10 Bombs (Bomb Shop)                         10 Bombs (Bomb Shop)
    10 Deku Nuts (Trading Post)                  10 Deku Nuts (Trading Post)
    Milk, regular (Gorman Bros. or Milk Bar)     Blue Potion (deku in Ikana near
    Fish (grottos in many places)                 Sakon's Hideout)
    
                 ____                                      ITEM LIST
                /    \                  TO                 a: 5x Magic Beans
               |FAIRY |           ANCIENT CASTLE           b: 10x Deku Nuts
                \FNT /               OF IKANA              c: 10x Bombs
                 |  |                  |  |                d: Fish
                 |..|         _________|..|                e: Big Poe Spirit
                 | k|        | f:______   |                f: Milk
                 |  |______  |  |      |  |MIRROR SHIELD   g: Blue Potion
    HOT          |    j:50R| |  |       ――                 h: Fish
    SPRING     __|  |――――――__|  |  ______                  i: Spring Water
    WATER  BUG|__    ――|  |__   | | BIG  |                 j: Bug
     |___________|..|―― _____|..| | POE  |                 k: Bug
    |____    :h   i |  |50R:m  e| |_    _|                 l: Hot Spring Water
         |_|―――――|  |   ―――――|  |_  |..|___                m: Bug
         FISH   _|  |        |   _| | c    |
           FISH|__..|  WATER |..|___|___   |___
                 | g|____|―|_|d  b:       l:   |COW (MILK)
                 |    a:        |―――|_|――――――――
                 |  |―――――――――――    BUG
                 |  |
                START
    
    KEY:
    : or .. = DOOR (all doors guarded by a Gibdo)
    50R = 50x Rupees
    FAIRY FNT = FAIRY FOUNTAIN (WITHOUT A GREAT FAIRY, JUST THE LITTLE RED ONES)
    
    QUICK WAY
    When you enter the well, first go right (wear the Gibdo Mask) and give the 5
    Magic Beans to the Gibdo at point a. Continue to point b and give 10 Deku Nuts
    to the Gibdo. Go to point c and give the Gibdo 10 Bombs. Inside, kill the Big
    Poe by shooting him with arrows after letting him bounce off your shield. Catch
    him in a bottle, then go to point d and give your fish to the Gibdo. At point
    e, give the Gibdo the Big Poe Spirit, then continue to point f and give the
    Gibdo your milk. Continue to the final room, shoot the torches, then open the
    chest to receive the Mirror Shield. Shine the light on the sun block to get to
    the Ancient Castle of Ikana.
    
    LONG WAY
    First, give 5 Magic Beans to the Gibdo on the right. Continue and give 10 Deku
    Nuts to the Gibdo at point b. Return to the first room and give the Blue Potion
    to the Gibdo at point g. Turn left and catch a fish and also put some fresh
    water into a bottle if you want 50 rupees. Give the fish to the Gibdo at point
    h, then if you want the rupees, give the Spring Water to the Gibdo at point i,
    then catch a bug and give it to the Gibdo at point j. Inside is a hidden chest,
    use the Lens of Truth to see it. If you need any fairies, you can give another
    bug to the Gibdo at point k (I don't recommend it, you'll need the bottle
    space). Back at point h, continue through the door and turn left to catch
    another fish. Kill the Dexihand and bottle some Hot Spring Water. Quickly run
    back to point l on the map and give the Hot Spring Water to the Gibdo to get
    into the room with the cow. Once you've given him the water, run back to point
    d and give the fish to the Gibdo to get rid of it. Run back to point l, enter
    the cow room, then play Epona's Song for the cow to get some free milk. Give 10
    Bombs to the Gibdo at point c, then battle the Big Poe. Put his spirit into a
    bottle, then go to point e and give the Poe Spirit to the Gibdo. Go left, catch
    a bug, then go back to the Gibdo at point m to get another 50 rupees. Go to the
    final Gibdo at point f and give him your milk. Continue down the corridor to
    reach the final room. Light the torches with the Fire Arrow to get the Mirror
    Shield. Personally, I think the mirror shield is ugly, I like the Hero's Shield
    better! If you've played through Ocarina of Time, you know how this works. If
    not, use the mirror shield to reflect the sunlight onto the little sun faces.
    Climb the ladder and continue to reach the Ancient Castle of Ikana.
    
    - ANCIENT CASTLE OF IKANA -
    NEW SONG: ELEGY OF EMPTYNESS
    
    Before you infiltrate the castle, first make sure you buy a powder keg! This
    will save you an unnecessary trip back to town! Actually, you have to make a
    trip back to town anyway to get a keg, but you should get it before you enter
    the castle since you'll kick yourself if you don't get it beforehand.
    
    This place is kinda crazy. Put on Garo's Mask and enter the castle. With the
    Garo's Mask on, you'll make the ReDead dance like ballerinas. Shoot the icy
    eyes on the pillars to open the doors, then open the door on the left. Hit the
    switch and run quickly under the large ceiling that rises (it will fall soon,
    so use the Bunny Hood to run faster). Once you reach the other side, transform
    into the Deku Scrub and hit the switch by pressing A. Quickly run to the pink
    flower before the ceiling falls on top of you. Once you're inside the flower,
    wait for the ceiling to fall, then pop out to make the ceiling rise again.
    quickly drop down and burrow into the flower, then fly up to the pillar with
    the button on top. Press it as Link, shoot the crystal switch with an arrow,
    then continue to the next room. Turn back into the Deku Scrub and fly to the
    switch on the left. Use Link to press the switch. Now, between you and the
    skulltula is an invisible platform (use the Lens of Truth). While standing on
    the platform, use the Hookshot on the skulltula. Jump to the platform, then
    jump to the first one. Transform into a Deku Scrub and fly to the platform on
    the right. Aim for the left side of the platform since a sneaky skulltula waits
    above the right side. Kill it, then use the hookshot on the hanging mines.
    Start them swinging, then once they hit each other, they'll explode. Use the
    flower to reach the now unlocked door. Before you enter the door, put on the
    Stone Mask. Enter, then sneak past the blue bubbles. Walk up the stairs, then
    climb up onto the outer wall. Pass up the tempting Piece of Heart for now, then
    walk along the wall until you reach the area above the main entrance. Shoot the
    two Guay, then use the deku flower to reach the switch. Hop over to the other
    flower and use it to return to the wall.
    
    NOW you can try to get the piece of heart (it's no big deal if you fall down).
    To get it, shoot down the Guay, then hit the switch with the hookshot. Jump to
    the first flower, transform, then use it to reach the next flower. Use that one
    to reach the Piece of Heart. Now jump down to the ground and enter the castle.
    
    Enter the right door (make sure you use the Garo mask on the ReDeads). Use the
    mirror shield to kill the Floormaster and the three mini versions. Aim the
    reflection on the sun block (keep the Garo Mask on!) Enter the door past the
    ReDeads to have yet another rematch with Wizrobe. Beat him, then take the
    stairs past the other ReDeads. Be careful on the roof, the first switch you
    pressed opened up a hole in the roof to let the light in so that you could get
    past the Sun Block. Don't fall down it unless you want to kill the Floormaster
    and the ReDeads again. Transform into Darmani and use the Powder Keg on the
    weak floor (ceiling?). Jump down and use the mirror shield on the sun block
    (remember the Garo's Mask!). Enter the hall and continue to the Throne Room.
    Igos du Ikana, the king, will close the drapes to darken the room. Ignore the
    two huge ugly skeletons he uses to try to kill you and fire two Fire Arrows at
    the two drapes. NOW start attacking the skeletons. Once one of them collapses,
    run into the light and use the mirror shield to shine it on him to defeat him
    for GOOD! You can also use the shield to annoy them and make them run away into
    the darkness. Once the two little skeletons are taken care of, the king, Igos
    du Ikana, will attack you. Use the same strategy, but this guy will remove his
    head a few times and let it fly around a little while just to annoy you. Just
    hit him and shine the light on him when he collapses. And if you wear the
    Captain's Hat before the battle, the king will think you're a mini-version of
    the captain! Anyway, once the three spirits are freed, learn the Elegy of
    Emptiness from the head of the king. Use the song to create a dummy of yourself
    in whatever form you're in (see the SONGS section for details).
    
    To get into Stone Tower Temple, take the steep ramp in Ikana Valley to reach
    the Stone Towers. Hop across the stones, then place an Elegy Dummy on the
    switch to move one of the blocks. It may be blocked by one of the other blocks,
    but don't worry. Once you place three different elegy dummies (Link, Darmani,
    and Mikau) on the first three switches, all three blocks should be nicely in
    place. If they aren't, try doing it again. Also, you may notice that there
    seems to be only one switch... Try looking around and you should see a hookshot
    target nearby. This leads to the second switch, and another nearby hookshot
    target leads to the third. Once you have placed all three different dummies on
    the switches (the Deku Dummy is too small), hop across the three blocks to the
    other side. Ignore the three switches in a row, they're red herrings. Continue
    up and place the three dummies on the next three separate switches. Once you
    cross the blocks a second time, use the hookshot a couple of times to reach the
    top level. First of all, hit the Owl Statue, then leave the three dummies on
    the switches in this order (facing the temple):
    
       3
     2   1
    
    Now you can hop across the three stone platforms to reach Stone Tower Temple.
    
    -*- STONE TOWER TEMPLE -*-
    NEW ITEM: LIGHT ARROW
    
    - MAP -
    
    1ST FLOOR (NORMAL)                         BASEMENT (NORMAL)
                           _______
                          |       |
                          |       |
                          |   7   | 
                 ________ |       |
                |        ||       |
                |   8I   ||      *|
                |        :______..|
                |___..___|     _| |_
                    ||        |_   _|
                    ||        |     |___
                9———||        |  6   ___|
                    ||        |_   _|
                    ||          | |
               _____.._____      .,                             _______
     _a_______|     ||     |     ||            __a__            c_____  |
    |         |     ||   c |_____||_____      |     |             ____| |____  
    | b  2    ;   4 ||    K|     d      |     |  3  |            |   d       | 
    |_______  |     ||     |            |     |  K  |            |           |
     |―||―|_| |_____.._____|    5       |     |_   _|            |    5      |
     |__   _  |            |            |       | |              |           |
     |―|| |_|_|            |____  ______|       |M|              |___________|
     |__ 1 ___:   START    :_____/               ―
        |_|   |            | C
               \_        _/
                 \_    _/
                   \  /
                    \/
                    ||
                    ||
    
    1ST FLOOR (FLIPPED)
                 ________
                |        |
                |   END  |
                |        |
                |___..___|
                    ||
                    ||
                9———||
                    ||
                    ||
               _____..____________       ________
     _________|     ||     |_____ |     |        |
    |         |     ||*    |_____||_____|        |_
    e*   2  * :*   4||    *:_____12_____:   13   |B|
    |_______  |     ||     |            |        |
     |―||―|_| |..___.,_____|     5      |________|
     |__   _  |            |           *|
     |―|| |_|_|            |____ *______|
     |K_ 1 ___|   START    :_____/
        |_|   |            | 
               \_        _/
                 \_    _/
                   \  /
                    \/
                    ||
                    ||
    
    2ND FLOOR (FLIPPED)
     _______ ______
    e       |      |______ _____________
    |   3   :  11  :__10__;             |
    |       |______|      |             |
    |__   __|             |      5      |
       | |                |             |
       |_|                |      K      |
                           ―――――――――――――
    
    
    KEY:
    M=MAP
    C=COMPASS
    B=BOSS KEY
    K=SMALL KEY
    I=NEW ITEM
    ..=DOOR (HORIZONTAL WALL)
    ,,=DOOR, LOCKED
    :=DOOR (VERTICAL WALL)
    ;=DOOR, LOCKED
    *=PINK DEKU FLOWER
    
    I added the Pink Flowers to this because they're kinda important. This is one
    of the more confusing temples, especially since you have to flip the whole
    temple half-way through. Even scarier is the fact that much of this temple has
    no roof.... It's a little bit scary flying from platform to platform with the
    sun and sky directly below you. You'll notice for the first half of the temple
    the strategically placed platforms and walkways above you which you'll be using
    later. You'll also add the final magical arrow to your quiver after battling
    with the Master Garo. Also, before you enter the temple, buy some Chateau
    Romani from the Milk Bar. This will allow you to use all the magic you want
    until you use the Song of Time. If you don't want to bother with it, trust me,
    it's worth it (it costs a load of rupees). If you don't get the Chateau Romani,
    get a Blue Potion from Kotake. Trust me, it's less trouble to get the Chateau
    Romani. If you really don't want to get one of these, I can almost guarantee
    you will need a green potion, at least. If you don't want to wait until the
    Milk Bar opens, you can always start the temple, then leave part way through to
    get it.
    
    In the START room, get rid of the enemies and enter room 1. Kill the Bombchus
    by Z-Targeting, raising your shield, then bouncing them off. They'll blow up
    after bouncing off. Bomb the cracked wall (tip: hit a wall with your sword to
    test if it can be bombed. If it goes "THONG!" it can't be bombed. If it goes
    "TWAING!" it can. It's easier to listen than to try to interpret my descrip-
    tion. If you played Ocarina of Time, this may be familiar.) Roll through the
    big crates, then take the two small crates and use them to weigh down two of
    the switches. Use the Elegy of Emptiness to weigh down two others (if you need
    to, use Darmani's dummy on the bigger switch). Now you can enter room 2. In
    room 2, bomb the darker square (the one without the plants). Jump down and use
    your Mirror Shield to get rid of the blue block. Use Darmani to cross the lava
    and kill all the Armos Knights to make a small key in a chest appear (don't
    forget the map in the chest past the blue block). Climb back up the stairs,
    then use the key to enter room 4. Transform into Mikau, then hop into the
    water. Let the Dexihand grab you and throw you up to a small key in a chest.
    Jump back in and kill the Dexihand. Follow the tunnel to room 5. 
    
    Rise to the top, then hop out. Turn back into Link and stand in the middle of
    the sunlight. Aim your Mirror Shield towards the mirror. These mirrors collect
    sunlight, then reflect it back. The longer you shine your light on it, the
    longer it will shine back. Shine the sunlight on it for a good thirty seconds
    or so, then run into the light it shines back ("I wanna be in the light, as you
    are in the light! I wanna shine like the stars in the heavaaaaaans! Oh oh!" ...
    sorry). Shine this light onto the nearby sun block to reach the compass. Now go
    back to the locked door leading to room 6. Knock the blocks out of the way with
    Darmani, then use the charge-up method to get rid of the two sun blocks. The
    Black Boes can be really pesky here, so be sure to put on the Stone Mask so
    they won't attack.
    
    In room 7, transform into Deku Link and use the pink flower to fly around to
    the next door. The air geyser things will help give you more air time, so be
    sure to stop at each one and let them push you as high as you'll go. Be careful
    of the Bombchu on one of the bars, if you fall in the lava, you're toast.
    
    In room 8, you'll battle the Master Garo. He's a LOT tougher than his little
    underlings, so be sure you come stocked with Bombs (the Blast Mask is also good
    if you happen to have it). If you use Bombs, try to get the Master Garo to be
    in a corner and get between him and the rest of the room. Throw a Bomb and
    cross your fingers. If you have the blast mask, get right next to Garo and blow
    yourself up (hold the R button to prevent yourself from getting hurt). The
    downside to this is that it takes a minute or so for the Blast Mask to
    recharge. A combination of the two is probably best. You can also freeze him
    with an Ice Arrow, and then hit him with your sword, but that consumes magic
    and didn't seem to work too well for me. Once he dies without leaving a corpse,
    take the Light Arrow and exit the temple via room 9. In room 9, use your hook-
    shot on the Hiploop to take it's mask, then shoot it again. In room 4, kill the
    Eyegore by running up to it, wait until it's about to pound you, run away, then
    shoot it's eye with an arrow or the hookshot when it turns yellow. Once you
    reach the outside of the temple, use the Song of Soaring to reach the owl
    statue on the other side, then move the three blocks out of the way. Shoot the
    red jewel between the last block and the entrance to the temple with a light
    arrow. WAAAH!!! You'll fall down into the sky as the whole area flips itself
    upside-down. Don't worry, you'll land back on the ledge that had the owl statue
    on it. Hey! Where did the owl statue go? Oh yeah, it's all upside down. Hop the
    blocks and re-enter the temple. Now you have access to all those items that you
    had seen on the ceiling.
    
    The strange thing is, the temple is upside down, but the locations of the rooms
    seems to be the same. Hmmm, maybe the programmers screwed up or maybe my eyes
    are just confused. Anyway, enter room 5 (use the Light Arrow on the block if
    necessary). Transform into a Deku Scrub and hop into the air geysers. Wow!
    You'll automatically take out your pink flower things and fly! Land carefully
    on the bridge with the Hiploop on it. Kill it, then run down the hall. At the
    end of the hall, you can jump off and let the Dexihand grab you if you want
    some rupees. Press the switch in the hall then go back to the bridge to find a 
    key in a chest. Fly up to the platform. If you can, take out the mines with the
    hookshot. Use the key to enter room 10. There's lava dripping down from up
    above, and there's no way to cross the room this way. Shoot the red jewel with
    a light arrow to flip the temple. Use Darmani to cross the lava, then flip the
    temple again to enter the door to room 11.
    
    You'll have to do more flipping in here, so kill the Green Chuchu and the
    Yellow Chuchu to get more magic and arrows respectively to keep those Light
    Arrows coming. Your goal is to move the block to the small hole next to the
    door to room 3. You'll have to flip the room several times to get the block
    past raised portions of the floor. Make sure you don't stand on top of the
    block as you flip the room, or else the block will fall right on top of you and
    you'll have to start over (I learned that from experience, but I just wanted to
    see what happened! Honestly! I was just making sure they checked that in bug-
    testing!). Anyway, just look up at the ceiling (floor?) to help you get the
    block to the right place (if you can't figure this out on your own, put the
    cartridge back in the box and take it back to the store, Zelda games aren't for
    you). Once you get the block in place, climb onto it and jump to the door.
    Enter to once again fight the Wizrobe. Use the same strategy of firing arrows
    and using the compass to see where he's coming up (literally and figuratively).
    Once he's out of the way, latch onto the chest that appears (with your hook-
    shot) to reach the stairs down to room 2.
    
    Kill the Poes if you need to, then use the Deku Flower to reach the other side.
    Before entering the door, use the other flower (or just transform into Link and
    walk on the support) to reach the tunnel off to the side leading to room 1.
    Dodge the floating Armos Statues and put an Elegy Dummy on the switch to turn
    off the fire around the chest with the key in it. Return to room 2, then enter
    the door to room 4. Shoot one of the mines with the hookshot to make it blow up
    itself and one other, leaving one left behind. Fly deku-style over to the next
    flower (it's inaccurate on the map, it's right under the walkway with the Eye-
    gore on it). From there, fly deku-style again to the door leading to room 12.
    Technically, room 12 is really part of room 5, but you can't get to room 5 from
    this passageway. Before entering, put on the Stone Mask. If you're low on ener-
    gy, kill the Blue Bubbles by Z-Targeting, bouncing them off your shield, then
    killing them with your sword. Be careful, if a Blue Bubble touches you when
    it's flames are burning, you'll be jinxed for a minute or two (meaning you
    won't be able to use your sword). Be sure you're un-jinxed and healthy before
    entering the door to room 13, and stock up on magic and arrows from the nearby
    crates too. A nasty monster is waiting for you behind that door.
    
    Gomess looks mean and scary, but he's not that tough compared with some other
    mini-bosses I've seen. He's a cross between the Grim Reaper and Batman. Shoot
    a Light Arrow at him to disperse the bats, then run in and jump-attack him with
    your sword. Dodge the scythe (your shield probably works) and repeat your
    attack. Once he's out of the way, take the Big Key and return to room 12. Kill
    the Blue Bubbles to get more hearts, then return to the doorway leading to room
    2 from room 4, but don't go in. Instead, take the doorway leading to the START
    room. This statue guy is kinda tough. Shoot him with a Light Arrow to flip him,
    then use the Bunny Hood, the Zora Mask, or a prayer to jump over to his plat-
    form. He should try to pound you, or something, so dodge him and let him de-
    stroy himself somehow :). Hit the switch to make a treasure chest appear on the
    ceiling. Hookshot yourself up to it, then let yourself drop down onto the walk-
    way (it contains a fairy, but you'd need to flip the temple to reach it proper-
    ly). Enter the door with the key you got from room 1, then kill the Eyegore by
    running up to it. Once it's about to pound you, run away and shoot it in the
    eye when it turns yellow. It'll leave behind a chest that contains the Giant's
    Mask. It seems useless, but make sure you have it, you'll need it in the coming
    battle.
    
    - GIANT MASKED INSECT TWINMOLD -
    
    This has to be the easiest final-temple boss ever! This is the only time you
    will need to use the Giant's Mask, but make sure you come armed with lots of
    green potions, blue potions, or just drink some Chateau Romani at the Milk Bar
    to give you infinite magic until you use the Song of Time. At Twinmold, simply
    use the Giant's Mask to make yourself bigger, then hit the bugs in the head or
    tail with your sword. Once you kill both of them, you'll get the final mask.
    Now you can stop the moon from falling....
    
    -*- THE MOON -*-
    
    Before climbing the Clock Tower and heading to the moon, you should stock up on
    a few things. First, and probably most important, you should go to the Milk Bar
    and buy some Chateau Romani. Drink it to give yourself unlimited Magic power
    for the final battle and upcoming mini-dungeons. Next, max out on arrows,
    Bombs, and Bombchus (if you're a really bad player, you should get a lot of
    Bombchus, if you're a Bombchu expert, you won't need any). You may also want to
    get a few fairies in your bottles. Finally, it will make the final boss really
    easy if you take along all twenty masks (the Happy Masks, not the transforma-
    tion masks). You will need to use all twenty to get the final transformation
    mask....
    
    Also, I'm going to assume you're going to use the Fierce Deity's Mask during
    the final battle. The only reason you wouldn't want to is that it takes a while
    to get and it makes the final boss too easy, but you should get the mask at
    some point, so it's a good idea. Oh, yeah, and to get the Fierce Deity's Mask,
    you'll need to have all 20 non-transformation masks (well, technically the
    Giant's Mask is a transformation mask, but it's one of the 20 that you'll need
    to get the Fierce Deity's Mask).
    
    To get to the moon, all you need to do is wait until midnight on the final day.
    You should remember how to get inside the Clock Tower. This time, it will be
    a little easier since you don't need to buy that flower from the deku. All you
    need is to walk up the small ramp to the right of the clock (as Link) and hop
    up to the platform. Wait for midnight to arrive, watch the fireworks, then
    climb the stairs.
    
    Remember this? Only this time you're not a deku scrub, you're Link. Wait until
    the cinematic sequence is over, then... take out your Ocarina. Yes, I said take
    out your Ocarina. How can you beat the Skull Kid with an Ocarina, you ask?
    Simple. Play the Oath to Order. Don't you remember? After beating Odowla, a big
    giant taught you a song: the Oath to Order. If you've forgotten it, press START
    and look at the Quest Status subscreen, then select the note for Oath to Order.
    It should display the notes to play on a little stave below. Now play that song
    on top of the Clock Tower....
    
    - ODOWLA CHILD -
    
    After flying up into the moon, you'll find yourself in a large field of green
    grass with a large tree sitting in the center. Run up to the tree to find five
    young children, each wearing a mask: Odowla's Mask, Ghot's Mask, Gyorg's mask,
    TwinMold's Mask, and Majora's Mask. First, find the Odowla child running around
    (he's wearing Odowla's mask). Talk to him and give him a mask (any mask will
    work, but I'd recommend saving the Bunny Hood and Blast Mask as long as pos-
    sible). You'll now find yourself in a mini-dungeon. In each of these dungeons
    has a Piece of Heart and the child, hiding somewhere. In this one, transform
    into a deku and use the flower to reach one of the flowers on the rotating
    platform in the middle. If you got the Piece of Heart from the Deku Scrub Play-
    ground, this will be a cinch. From this one, you can fly to the flower on the
    ledge to the left. This way you will have an easier time reaching the next
    rotating platform. Be careful, you'll have to land and burrow in one of the
    flowers before the rotating spikes knock you off. From this flower, fly to the
    ledge on the right to get the Piece of Heart. Use this flower to get back onto
    the rotating platform, then you can fly to the doorway in the left corner. I'm
    not sure, but you may need to use the larger yellow flower to get over the tree
    branches. Enter and give the child another mask to get out. You'll be returned
    to the field, and now the Odowla child will be gone.
    
    - GHOT CHILD -
                 ____
            ____|  11|  _________________10__
           /POH      | «_________________  Ψ|
          |________ _|                   ||――
         _         ||                    ||
        |Ψ|        ||                    ||
        ||______   vv  ______4_______
        |______»      ______  ___   |   ^^
        ||3                  ||   \  |   ||
        ||         ||        ||    \ |   Ψ 9
                   ||       _||_   |v|     
        ^^         ||______/    \________||_____
        Ψ        12| ______  Ψ13 ________  _____» END
                   ||      \_  _/   _    ||
        ^^         ||        ||    | |     
        Ψ          ||        ||    |5|   ^^
                   ||        ||  _/  |   ||
        ^^         ||    ____||_/   /    ||
        Ψ          ||   /  ________/     ||
                        | /              ||
        ^^         _    vv6              ||
      __||_     __|Ψ|    _       __      ||
     |Ψ       «__ |1  | |_____/  \_____||
      ――2――       ||    |  _____ Ψ  _____||
                  ||    |7\_____\__/_____||
                        \_________________/8
                  ^^
                  ||
                  ||
                  ||
                __||__
               |START_|
    
    KEY
    ^^ or » or « or vv = JUMP RAMP
    Ψ = WARP BACK TO START
     = TREASURE CHESTS x2 (empty, used for bouncing)
    POH = PIECE OF HEART
    
    Find the kid wearing Ghot's Mask and give him 2 of your masks to get in.
    
    This is the most difficult of the four mini-dungeons. I added a map to make it
    a bit easier. You have to roll along narrow ledges and use pairs of empty
    treasure chests as bumpers to reach the Piece of Heart and the Ghot child at
    the end. You'll obviously be doing this as a goron, and this is where the
    Chateau Romani comes in. There are a few magic jars, but it's easier just to
    use Chateau Romani. The best tip I can give you is to follow the lines on the
    paths (in the game). There are dark lines that are right in the middle of the
    paths. If you follow them precisely, you shouldn't have much trouble. Once you
    get spiked out and roll off a jump, just let go of the control stick and keep
    on holding A. If you're all lined up perfectly, you'll bounce off the empty
    treasure chests and start rolling on a new course. This means that from the
    first jump from the START to the four-way jump area, you'll never have to touch
    the control stick. The treasure chests will do all the work. Some things to
    keep in mind: you MUST be lined up correctly, or else the treasure chests will
    do more harm than good and you'll have to start over. Also, once you're in the
    air, you can't aim. Use this time to let go of the control stick if you're all
    lined up. Here's the order of where to go and what to do:
    
    From the START, get sorta lined up for the first jump and get back as far as
    you can, then start rolling. Once you make the first jump, stop rolling and
    walk past the treasure chests. You should see a small colorful warp tile that
    will lead you back to the beginning. The good thing about this is that taking
    the warp tiles lines you up perfectly for the whole run. Crouch by pressing A,
    then push forward on the control stick. Try not to deviate too much from your
    course. Make sure you're lined up on the line before you hit the ramp. You
    should be spiked out just before you hit it. If you're lined up perfectly, you
    will bounce off the chests at point 1 and fly right off the ramp to the chests
    at point 2, which will set you on a direct course for point 3. Make sure you
    don't touch the control stick at all after the very first jump. After bouncing
    off of point 2, you'll fly over a series of three ledges, each with a warp pad.
    Don't worry, if you've done it correctly, you shouldn't hit any of them. You'll
    automatically hit the three ramps right in succession. If you're lined up per-
    fectly, you'll bounce off the chests at point 3 and fly off the next ramp. As
    soon as you land, let go of the A button. You'll probably end up somewhere near
    point 4. You could conceivably roll all the way from the beginning to the Piece
    of Heart, but it would involve some very dangerous turning.
    
    That was fun, wasn't it? Now cross the bridge and go around the two gossip
    stones and the warp pad. Cross the second bridge and go to point 5. Start your
    roll, and aim for the ramp at point 6. If you steer yourself along the dark
    line, you shouldn't have much trouble. After you make the jump, immediately let
    go of the A button to land. Walk over to point 8 and make sure you're lined up
    on the line perfectly. Begin rolling and jump the ramp. There's another warp
    pad to avoid at point 9, but you shouldn't have any trouble flying past it and
    jumping the next ramp. If you're lined up, you'll bounce off the chests at
    point 10 and continue across another ramp that will put you at point 11. Grab
    the Piece of Heart at the POH location on the map, then stand by point 11 and
    line up for the next jump. After you land, go to point 12 and cross the bridge.
    Walk past the warp pad and stand just past it at point 13. Face towards the
    exit and roll. It may be a bit trickier since you have to go across the narrow
    bridge. Once you jump the final ramp, enter the door, talk to the Ghot child
    and give him another 2 masks to make him disappear from the moon field.
    
    - GYORG CHILD -
    
      TO    TO          TO    TO    TO
     START START  END  START START START
      / \   / \  |   |  / \   / \   / \
     |   | |POH| |   | |   | |   | |   |
     |_ _| |_ _| |_ _| |_ _| |_ _| |_ _|
       |     |     |     |     |     |
       |     \     |     |     \     /
       |      \    |     |      \   /
       |       \   |     |       \ /
       |        \  |     |        /
       |         \ |     |       /
       \          \|     /      /
        \         /\    /      /
         \       /  \  /      /
          \     /    \/      /
           \   /     /      /
            \ /     /      /
             \     /\     /
              \   /  \   /
               \ /    \ /
                \      /      
                 \    /
                  \  /
                   \/
                   ||
                   ||
                  |  | 
                  START
    
    You'll need to give the Gyorg child 3 masks to play his hide-and-seek game.
    You'll be playing as Mikau for this one. Put on the Zora Mask and follow my map
    to reach the Piece of Heart first, then the END second. If you reach the end
    accidentally before you get the Piece of Heart and find that you can't go back
    because of the current, go ahead and talk to the child. When he asks for a
    mask, just press B to quit and he'll let you restart.
    
    To get the Piece of Heart (POH), jump in and take the left fork, then take the
    right fork after that. Take the left fork immediately after that one and con-
    tinue down that tunnel until you reach the Piece of Heart. Take it, then return
    to START through the TO START tunnel.
    
    To find the Gyorg child, first take the left fork, left fork, right fork, then
    take the right fork. After that, continue down the tunnel to find the Gyorg
    child. Give him three more masks and he'll be happy.
    
    - TWINMOLD CHILD -
    
    The final child is wearing the TwinMold mask. Talk to him and give him four
    masks to play with him.  In this mini-dungeon, you'll be playing as Link. You
    will have to fight three mini-bosses and use the Bombchus mentioned earlier to
    get through (note: there are 10 Bombchus that you will receive in the dungeon,
    but it may be easier if you have more). The first boss will be Dinofols. Not
    tough at all, especially with the Great Fairy's Sword. The next boss is a bit
    trickier: the Garo Master. You may remember him from the Stone Tower Temple.
    Some people say Ice Arrows work, but I tried and he always blocks them. You're
    welcome to try them, but I did it by using the Great Fairy Sword's spin attack.
    Bombs may also help, but he often blocks those too. I also beat him with the
    Blast Mask once, but that takes too long to recharge, plus it drains your
    energy a bit. You can also try to hit him in the back with the Great Fairy
    Sword, but it's really hard. Once he blows himself up, a chest will appear
    containing some arrows. You'll need to use the hookshot to reach it. Take the
    arrows, then enter the next door. You will now have to face the infamous Iron
    Knuckle yet again. In Ocarina of Time, he was pretty tough, but this will be a
    cinch. I highly recommend the Great Fairy's Sword for this, it will make Iron
    Knuckle seem like a deku baba. Z-target him, then run around to his back and
    hit him once to wake him up, twice to make him angry, then run away to really
    make him mad. Once he starts moving around, run up right in front of him and
    use the side jump maneuver (make sure you're an expert at this move, or else
    you may end up doing a jump attack and placing yourself conveniently right
    under his axe). If he pounds his axe into the floor, he'll take a moment to
    recover. Use this time to do a jump attack with that sword. Quickly get out of
    the way before he starts smacking you with his axe. Repeat the same strategy
    until he falls apart. Another chest will appear. Oh yay, it contains ten Bomb-
    chus... uh, how do you get up to the next door? Simple. USE THE BOMBCHUS! If
    you look at the right wall, you'll see a portion of it that is cracked. There
    are a few ways to time this right, but here's how I did it. Go to the opposite
    wall and get lined up so that you're facing the crack in the wall. Take out a
    Bombchu, but wait until it flashes twice before setting it down. If you timed
    it right, it will explode right as it reaches the crack in the wall. Great, so
    how does that help? Look closer and you'll see a yellow eye switch. Whip out
    your Hero's Bow and shoot it to make a ladder appear nearby. In the next room,
    you'll find a Piece of Heart. Okay... how do you get rid of the bars over the
    door, you ask? Use the same strategy. This time, the crack is in the ceiling,
    so use another Bombchu to blow it open. This time, the eye is frozen solid, so
    shoot it with a Fire Arrow to open the door. In the final room, you'll meet up
    with the TwinMold child. Give him your last four masks and you'll be returned
    to the field.
    
    -*- THE FINAL BATTLE -*-
    NEW MASK: FIERCE DEITY'S MASK
    
    There's only one more child left: Majora child. Run up to him and talk to him.
    Since you have no more masks, he'll give you the Fierce Deity's Mask. This is
    the final battle. Note that if you have the Fierce Deity's Mask and plan on
    using it, the next section is nothing but a spoiler about the final boss, and
    he's so easy you don't even need to read it.
    
    - MAJORA'S MASK -
    
    The first phase of the battle is against the Majora's Mask that the Skull Kid
    has been wearing the whole time. After the four boss masks have taken their
    places on the wall, the Majora's Mask will come alive and begin to fly around
    the room. Put on the Fierce Deity's Mask, then Z-target the flying mask. Using
    your sword, you'll be able to send fireballs at the mask. Only one is needed to
    bring the mask down to your level. Run over to it and whack it with that great
    ugly sword of yours. Repeat this until the mask is defeated.
    
    - MAJORA'S INCARNATION -
    
    The second form of the battle is against the Majora's Incarnation, which is
    basically the mask with two arms and two legs. Pretty simple, just hit it with
    your sword repeatedly.
    
    - MAJORA'S WRATH -
    
    The third and final form of the monster will sprout a head and gain some
    muscles, along with some very long whip-tentacles. Use the Fierce Deity's Mask
    and kill him for good with your sword. Easy as pie.
    
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    |FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS|
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    At first, I only got a few questions, and half of them were: "How do I get
    epona?" (notice the lower-case initial letter of a proper noun). The other half
    were: "Can I use your walkthrough?" I don't really mind getting the same
    question over and over, but I do mind if I have to type up "Beat Snowhead...
    go to the Bomb Shop... Take the Powder Keg Test... Take it to the Goron
    Racetrack, etc." over and over again. This section has two purposes: to answer
    your questions quicker, and so that I can copy-and-paste the answer right into
    my e-mail. By now, I've been getting a lot more questions, so I'll probably
    include each question as I get it so that if the question comes up again, I can
    save typing time by copying it from here.
    
    Q: How do I get epona (notice the lower-case... just kidding, bad grammar
    joke :)
    A: To get Epona (notice the correct upper-case initial letter of the proper
    noun), you need to beat Snowhead Temple (or at least get the Fire Arrow from
    inside Snowhead Temple). Then, on your way back to Goron village, look to the
    left as soon as you enter the Goron Pond area (the part with three islands,
    wolfos, and Tingle). You should see some ramps. Remember that spot, it leads up
    to the Goron Racetrack (no, you won't find Epona up there). Now, go to Goron
    Village and find the cave (the Goron Bomb Shop). It was all frozen before.
    Enter, then talk to Medigoron (as Darmani the Goron) to get a test keg. Throw
    it up past the first ramp, roll up to it, then repeat. Take the keg to the
    Goron Pond area and throw it up the ramps to reach the stone blocking Goron
    Racetrack. Set it down, then yell "Fire in the hole!" and wait for it to blow
    up. Now RETURN TO THE GORON BOMB SHOP and talk to Medigoron to become certified
    to carry powder kegs (once you use the Song of Time, you will now be permanen-
    tly certified to carry powder kegs). Return to the first day with the Song of
    Time and go to the Clock Town Bomb shop (it's cheaper there) and talk to the
    goron there (as Darmani the Goron) and buy another powder keg from him for 50
    rupees. Here's where Epona comes in. Take this powder keg down to Milk Road
    (south of Clock Town) and place the keg in front of the boulder there, then
    wait for it to blow. Enter Romani Ranch, then talk to Romani (the little girl)
    and learn Epona's Song from her. Now, when you play the Song of Time, you'll
    still have the song in your memory. Play it to call Epona. NOTE: You can only
    get Epona on the first day before 6 pm.
    
    Q: Where is the Great Bay Temple Fairy Fountain?
    A: The Great Bay Fairy Fountain is on a cliff on shore. To get to it, hop along
    the small islands near the beach and use the hookshot on the palm trees if you
    need to. Once you reach the cliff wall, use a bomb to enter the fairy fountain.
    
    Q: Where is the Stone Tower Temple Fairy Fountain?
    A: It's south of Pamela's house in a small cave near the entrance to the
    Ancient Castle of Ikana.
    
    Q: I didn't get all the eggs from Pinnacle Rock before returning to the lab.
    Can I get back to Pinnacle Rock without the golden seahorse?
    A: Yes. As long as you haven't killed all the sea snakes and reunited the two
    long lost seahorses, the seahorse will be back at the beginning of the maze
    when you return and will lead you through.
    
    Q: Okay, so I already reunited the seahorses. Can I still get back anyway?
    A: No and yes. No because it's really really hard, yes because it is humanly
    possible. You have to follow the seahorse's path exactly. Otherwise, you'll
    just warp back to Great Bay. It may be easier to just play the Song of Time and
    start over. Sorry :-(
    
    Q: How do you pronounce Termina?
    A: It's pronounced tur-MEE-nah, not TER-min-uh. You may be thinking that it's
    based on the word "terminate." But actually, if you learn Japanese Katakana and
    go to www.nintendo.co.jp and check out the Majora's Mask page, you'll see that
    the name of Termina in Japanese is "Terumina" which is pronounced as "teh-rdoo-
    mee-nah." In fact, just like "Majola's Mask," the English name was originally
    going to be Talmina, due to the fact that the Japanese "r" sound is unlike any
    sound in English and sounds like a combination of r, d, and l. This was the
    cause of the Zola-Zora confusion. Anyway, if the intended English pronouncia-
    tion was "TER-min-uh," the Japanese spelling would've been "Taamena."
    
    Q: How do I get those rupees in the Laundry Pool?
    A: I don't know why you'd want to bother with those, there's a Takkuri that
    spits out 200 rupees every time you beat him south of Clock Town, but in case
    you're dying to know, they'll float out into the main pool on the Night of the
    Second Day (I think).
    
    Q: What time zone are you in?
    A: I seriously get this a lot in Instant Messages. I am in the Pacific Time
    Zone, so unless you are too (or you're in Alaska time), chances are, you're an
    hour or two (or three or four or even eight) hours later than I am. Someone
    sent me an IM from Scotland, so it was the middle of the night there while it
    was my dinner time here.
    
    I'll add more later when I get more e-mails.
    
    
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    |SONGS|
    |—————|
    
    KEY:
    UC  Up-C
    DC  Down-C
    RC  Right-C
    LC  Left-C
    A   A
    :|  Repeat
    
    NAME: SONG OF TIME
    NOTES: RC, A, DC, :|
    LEARNED FROM: Memory of Princess Zelda
    USE: Use this to save your game permanently and to go back to Dawn of the First
    Day. VERY important, you will get nowhere without this (duh). This is the same
    song that was in Ocarina of Time, but it's much more important this time (it
    can do more than just moving blue blocks).
    
    NAME: SONG OF HEALING
    NOTES: LC, RC, DC, :|
    LEARNED FROM: Happy Mask Salesman
    USE: To turn yourself back into a human (only once) and to HEAL people (when
    ever they say "I need my soul to be HEALed," or something like that, his song
    will solve their problems). It's also just a really peaceful song. Notice that
    this is Saria's Song in reverse.
    
    NAME: EPONA'S SONG
    NOTES: UC, LC, RC, :|
    LEARNED FROM: Romani
    USE: Calls your horse, Epona. Wherever she may be, she will magically appear in
    front of you, galloping towards you even if you play it facing a wall or some-
    thing. She may not be able to reach you, depending on where you are (if you can
    ride her there, she can get to you there, but there may be little obstacles in
    the way that any horse would be able to go around). This song was also in
    Ocarina of Time.
    
    NAME: SONG OF SOARING
    NOTES: DC, LC, UC, :|
    LEARNED FROM: Kaepora Gaebora
    USE: Once you play it, a map will be displayed. All the owl statues that you
    hit with your sword will be shown on the map. Choose one to fly there instant-
    ly. Very useful.
    
    NAME: SONG OF STORMS
    NOTES: A, DC, UC, :|
    LEARNED FROM: Ghost of the Flat composer
    USE: Waters beans and can restore dried up rivers. Also in OoT.
    
    NAME: SONATA OF AWAKENING
    NOTES: UC, LC, UC, LC, A, RC, A
    LEARNED FROM: MONKEY
    USE: Opens Woodfall Temple, awakens things.
    
    NAME: LULLABY INTRO
    NOTES: A, RC, LC, :|
    LEARNED FROM: GORON ELDER
    USE: Calms the baby goron who won't stop crying. GORON LULLABY will replace
    this song once you learn it from the baby.
    
    NAME: GORON LULLABY
    NOTES: A, RC, LC, A, RC, LC, RC, A
    LEARNED FROM: BABY GORON
    USE: Puts gorons to sleep, including ones with breath like a strong wind....
    This song replaces LULLABY INTRO.
    
    NAME: NEW WAVE BOSSA NOVA
    NOTES: LC, UC, LC, RC, DC, LC, RC
    LEARNED FROM: ZORA HATCHLINGS
    USE: Awakens giant turtles disguised as small islands... and Lulu.
    
    NAME: ELEGY OF EMPTYNESS
    NOTES: RC, LC, RC, DC, RC, UC, LC
    LEARNED FROM: IGOS DU IKANA
    USE: Creates a dummy of yourself in whatever form you're in. You can have up to
    one for each form (so you can only have one Link dummy at a time, one Darmani
    dummy at a time, etc.). You can leave the dummies on switches to keep them
    down (the Deku dummy can't be used, it's too light weight). Use this to enter
    the Stone Tower Temple.
    
    NAME: OATH TO ORDER
    NOTES: RC, DC, A, DC, RC, UC
    LEARNED FROM: SOUTHERN GIANT
    USE: Try playing this on top of the Clock Tower after Midnight on the 3rd day.
    
    *The following songs do not appear on the STATUS subscreen, nor are they saved.
    They do NOT need to be learned to be used*
    
    NAME: INVERSE SONG OF TIME
    NOTES: DC, A, RC, :|
    LEARNED FROM: SCARECROW
    USE: Slows down time (VERY useful and important, this slows down time so that
    it takes two real-time minutes for one game hour to pass). You don't need to
    learn it before you use it.
    
    NAME: SONG OF DOUBLE TIME
    NOTES: RC, RC, A, A, DC, DC
    LEARNED FROM: SCARECROW
    USE: Skips ahead to either night or day. This is just like the Sun's Song from
    Ocarina of Time, just different notes. You don't need to learn it before you
    use it.
    
    NAME: SCARECROW SONG
    NOTES: DC, RC, UC, RC, LC, UC, RC, A
    LEARNED FROM: ME! (you can make up your own eight-note song, but this is the
    one I always use). You must visit the scarecrow in Clock Town to teach him the
    song (you can teach him anything you want, as long as it's more than two
    notes). If you've played through Ocarina of Time, you'll know how this works.
    The only difference is that it's not saved.
    USE: If a scarecrow is nearby, but underground, play the Scarecrow Song to make
    him pop up. You can shoot him with your hookshot to pull yourself to him. Use-
    ful for reaching distant heart pieces!
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    |MASKS|
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    -*- TRANSFORMATION MASKS -*-
    
    DEKU MASK
    RECEIVED FROM: HAPPY MASK SALESMAN
    HOW TO GET IT: After recovering the Ocarina of Time, visit the Happy Mask
    salesman to learn the Song of Healing, which will turn you into a human and put
    the spirit of the Deku Butler's Son into the Deku Mask.
    USE: Transforms you into a deku scrub (see CHARACTERS, MAIN section for
    details).
    
    GORON MASK
    RECEIVED FROM: SPIRIT OF DARMANI
    HOW TO GET IT: After recieving the Lens of Truth from the Goron Village cave,
    use it to look at the Spirit of Darmani (above the shadow). Follow Darmani to
    the Hot Spring cave, then play the Song of Healing to receive the Goron Mask.
    USE: Transforms you into Darmani (see CHARACTERS, MAIN section for details).
    
    ZORA MASK
    RECEIVED FROM: MIKAU
    HOW TO GET IT: Out in Great Bay floats Mikau, on the verge of death, with the
    seagulls about to eat him. Spoil their dinner (or breakfast, or lunch) by
    grabbing onto the Zora and pushing him to shore. After singing his last, he
    will leave you his guitar, along with his spirit, sealed in the Zora mask.
    USE: Transforms you into Mikau (see CHARACTERS, MAIN section for details).
    
    FIERCE DEITY'S MASK
    RECEIVED FROM: MAJORA CHILD
    HOW TO GET IT: Give away all 20 masks to the children on the moon, then talk to
    the child wearing Majora's Mask. Since you have no more masks, he'll give you
    the Fierce Deity's Mask.
    USE: This frightening mask can only be used in battle against bosses. It will
    transform you into a large armored version of Link carrying a bigger sword
    which can send out fireballs. You may see this character referred to as Oni
    Link, but this isn't in the English version. The word "oni" is the Japanese
    word for a demon, but the English version wouldn't sound very good as "Demon
    Link," so I'm assuming they didn't name him. I just call him "Fierce Diety
    Link" since that's what the mask is called. Some people acall him "FD Link."
    
    -*- NON-TRANSFORMATION MASKS -*-
    
    Remember: Even though many of these masks may seem to be not very useful
    *coughcircusleader'smaskcough* and difficult to get *coughcouple'smaskcough*,
    you need to get all twenty of them to get the coveted Fierce Diety's Mask. I
    don't care if you think it makes the final battle too easy, it's an awesome
    mask to have even if you never use it much (plus it just seems kinda silly to
    have 23 masks). If you don't think it's worth it to get all 24 masks, then
    please do not complain to me about this game being shorter than OoT.
    
    POSTMAN'S HAT
    RECEIVED FROM: POSTMAN
    HOW TO GET IT: Go through the Kafei side quest. When you get the Express Mail
    to Mama from the Curiosity Shop owner, take it to the post office and give it
    to the postman. He'll be so happy that he'll deliver it to Kafei's Mama. Talk
    to the postman outside the Milk Bar to get the Postman's Hat.
    USE: Check the mailbox once to find a Piece of Heart. Use it again to find a
    green rupee (trust me, your time would be better spent killing Takkuri if you
    want lots of rupees). Ka-ching!
    
    ALL-NIGHT MASK
    RECEIVED FROM: CURIOSITY SHOP
    HOW TO GET IT: At midnight on the first day, stake out North Clock Town with
    your sword ready. Sakon the thief will attack the old lady from the Bomb shop,
    so hit him with your sword to make him drop her pack. Now make sure you have
    500 rupees (you must have the giant's wallet by finding all 30 skulltulas in
    the Great Bay Skulltula House on the first day). After 10 pm on the Final Day,
    visit the Curiosity Shop to find the All Night Mask on sale for 500 rupees. Buy
    it!
    USE: Visit the Old Lady in the Stock Pot Inn and listen to her two stories
    while wearing the mask to stay awake the whole time. You'll win a piece of
    heart for each story, but only if you answer the questions correctly. For the
    first story, the answer is "The Carnival of Time." For the other story, the
    answer is "I dunno." Trust me.
    
    BLAST MASK
    RECEIVED FROM: OLD LADY FROM BOMB SHOP
    HOW TO GET IT: At midnight on the first day, stake out North Clock Town with
    your sword ready. Sakon the thief will attack the old lady from the Bomb shop,
    so hit him with your sword to make him drop her pack. Once he takes off, the
    old lady will reward you with the Blast Mask.
    USE: If you're out of Bombs, don this mask and press B to blast yourself. It
    hurts, and it has to recharge between uses, but it's worth it if you're out of
    Bombs. You can also prevent yourself from getting hurt by raising your shield
    as you use it.
    
    STONE MASK
    RECEIVED FROM: SHIRO
    HOW TO GET IT: In Ikana Valley, across from the entrance to the graveyard,
    there is a circle of stones. In the middle sits Shiro, an unknown soldier who
    has sat there like a rock for years, but nobody has seen him. Use the Lens of
    Truth to find him, then give him a red or blue potion. He'll give you the
    very useful Stone Mask.
    USE: Basically makes you invisible. Very few enemies will be able to see you,
    but you can still see yourself (obviously). Most Gerudo guards (female pirates)
    won't notice you, either (there are a couple of guards who can see you). Use
    this to get the perfect picture for the fisherman (a good shot is to hop onto
    the Bow of a boat and face the guard in the boat, then take a pictograph). I'm
    not sure, but this may make you invisible to Sakon, the thief, on day three.
    Also, the Stone Mask is the ticket to fast and easy rupees! (uh oh, I'm start-
    ing to sound like some kind of spam mail). Put on the Stone Mask and shoot down
    Takkuri (the vulture bird near Milk Road). With the Stone Mask on, he won't
    steal from you since he can't see you.
    
    GREAT FAIRY'S MASK
    RECEIVED FROM: GREAT FAIRY
    HOW TO GET IT: Complete the Great Fairy in Clock Town as Link to receive this
    mask. 
    USE: Wear it to attract the lost fairies in the duneons. Return all 15 of the
    lost fairies to the nearby Great Fairy to get a new ability or item....
    
    KEATON'S MASK
    RECEIVED FROM: CURIOSITY SHOP OWNER
    HOW TO GET IT: Go through the Kafei sequence to enter the back door to the
    Curiosity Shop on day two after about 1 pm. The shop owner will give you
    Kafei's Keaton Mask and the Express Mail to Mama.
    USE: Wear it, then chop up some of the moving shrubs (like in North Clock Town
    or the Milk Road). Keaton will appear. If you answer his questions, he'll give
    you a prize.
    
    BREMEN MASK
    RECEIVED FROM: GURU-GURU
    HOW TO GET IT: Visit Guru-Guru at night by the Laundry Pool to listen to his
    story. He'll give you the Bremen Mask.
    USE: Press AND HOLD the B button to march around playing a marching song on
    your Ocarina (where are those drum sounds coming from?). Only logical use: in
    the chicken coop on Romani Ranch, march around and get all the chicks to follow
    you. Once all of them are in line, they'll grow into chickens. Grog the chicken
    keeper will be so happy, he'll give you the Bunny Hood.
    
    BUNNY HOOD
    RECEIVED FROM: GROG
    HOW TO GET IT: Use the Bremen Mask on the many chicks at Romani Ranch to make
    them grow older. The chicken keeper will be so happy, he'll give you the Bunny
    Hood.
    USE: Wear it as link to run really fast. It also allows you to jump as far as
    Mikau can jump (for you Zora dummies, you can jump farthur as Mikau than Link).
    Another random use is the postman's 10-second game. While wearing the bunny
    hood, you will be able to see the timer the whole time. I actually hit ten
    seconds on the nose the first time I used the bunny hood. Maybe this is because
    the postman is the running guy from Ocarina of Time, who buys the bunny hood
    from you.... Maybe this also explains the mysterious white bunny logo seen on
    the Postman's Hat.... What is it with this man and bunnies? Yah!
    
    DON GERO'S MASK
    RECEIVED FROM: HUNGRY GORON
    HOW TO GET IT: Calm the baby Goron, then light all the torches in the Goron
    Shrine to make the chandelier start rotating. Start rolling in the baby's room,
    then jump off the ramp to break the pots on the chandelier. The Top Sirloin
    Rock is in one of these. Grab it, then take it to the hungry goron in the
    Mountain Village. Throw it up to him to receive Don Gero's frog mask.
    USE: Show it to all five frogs (after defeating Snowhead), then return to the
    pond where the icebergs used to be. The five frogs will be sitting on lily pads
    waiting to sing you a song....
    
    MASK OF SCENTS
    RECEIVED FROM: DEKU BUTLER
    HOW TO GET IT: After rescuing the Deku Princess from Woodfall Temple, enter the
    cave to the left of the Deku Palace (to the left while facing the palace).
    Follow the Butler through the cave all the way to the end to receive the Mask
    of Scents. If you have the Bunny Hood, transform back to your human form and
    put on the hood to make it much easier. Make sure you're human once you reach
    the fire maze. Touching the flames will scorch your little deku body, sending
    you back to the beginning. For the jumping parts, also make sure you use Link,
    since he can jump farthur.
    USE: Use it in the Woods of Mystery, the Southern Swamp, and the Stock Pot Inn
    to find purple mushrooms. Put the shrooms in a bottle and sell them to Kotake.
    
    ROMANI'S MASK
    RECEIVED FROM: CREMIA
    HOW TO GET IT: Save the ranch from "Them," then wait until the middle of the
    night on the Second Day to hitch a ride with Cremia, Romani's older sister. The
    wagon has to take a detour through the Gorman Track, so either shoot the Gorman
    Brothers with your Bow to save the wagon, or wear the Gorman Mask to prevent
    the brothers from attacking. You'll win the mask, and possibly a hug, from
    Cremia.
    USE: Lets you into the milk bar at night.
    
    CIRCUS LEADER'S MASK
    RECEIVED FROM: GORMAN
    HOW TO GET IT: Use the Romani Mask to enter the Milk Bar at night. Use your
    Ocarina, Deku Pipes, Drums, and Guitar to play the Ballad of the Wind Fish. The
    nearby Circus Leader will hear it and give you his sad mask.
    USE: Use it on the Gorman Brothers.... They won't attack the Milk Wagon! They
    will also be too sad to race you if you wear it in front of them.
    
    KAFEI'S MASK
    RECEIVED FROM: MADAME AROMA
    HOW TO GET IT: Talk to Madame Aroma in the Boarding Room of the Mayor's Office
    on the first day to be hired by Madame Aroma. She asks you to find her son,
    Kafei. She'll give you this mask that looks like him.
    USE: Use it to ask the townsfolk if they've seen him. This is a very long
    sequence that takes up all three days.
    
    COUPLE'S MASK
    RECEIVED FROM: KAFEI AND ANJU
    HOW TO GET IT: Follow the Anju / Kafei sequence described in the SIDE MISSIONS
    section to get it from Anju and Kafei.
    USE: Put it on, then use it to end the Mayor's meeting to win a Piece of Heart.
    
    MASK OF TRUTH
    RECEIVED FROM: SKULLTULA MAN
    HOW TO GET IT: Enter the Woodfall Skulltula house and capture all 30 skulltula
    spirits (see SIDE MISSIONS section for details).
    USE: Wear this mask to get secrets from the Gossip Stones (the rocks with the
    one eye just like the Mask of Truth). You can also read the thoughts of dogs
    by picking them up while wearing the mask. Dogs that say "Ruff!" run very fast,
    dogs that say "Rrr-ruff!" run kind of fast, and dogs that say "Ho-whine!" won't
    run fast. Use this to win the Piece of Heart from the doggy races (bet 80 ru-
    pees and get first or second to win).
    
    KAMARO'S MASK
    RECEIVED FROM: KAMARO
    HOW TO GET IT: Between the hours of 12:00 am (midnight) and 6:00 am, visit
    Kamaro, dancing on one of the gigantic mushroom-shaped rocks north-west of
    Clock Town in Termina Field (you should be able to hear his music as he
    dances). Jump over and learn the dance from him in the form of a mask. Now,
    go make it popular!
    USE: Press AND HOLD B to dance like Kamaro. Dance in front of the Rosa Twins as
    they dance in west clock town every night to teach them how to dance. You'll be
    rewarded with a Piece of Heart.
    
    GIBDO'S MASK
    RECEIVED FROM: PAMELA'S FATHER
    HOW TO GET IT: Play the Song of Storms in the cave up above in Ikana to restore
    the river. If Pamela runs inside her house, place a Bomb on her step and run
    around the south corner. She'll come out and head to the well, so run inside
    her house. Go downstairs and open the cabinet. Quickly play the Song of Healing
    for Pamela's dad to heal him. He'll turn back into a human and leave you the
    Gibdo Mask.
    USE: When you wear this, the Gibdo's will ignore you. You can even talk to
    them....
    
    GARO'S MASK
    RECEIVED FROM: GORMAN BROTHERS
    HOW TO GET IT: Once you get Epona, race the Gorman Brothers at their race track
    to win this mask. You must beat both of them in order to win this mask. A good
    strategy is to get in front of one or both of them and prevent them from pass-
    ing you. This buys you precious seconds. Use carrots slowly, since they regen-
    erate faster if you use less of them. Use a few, though, to jump over the
    fences that the Gorman Bros. have to go around. It's tough, but possible.
    USE: Allows you to enter Ikana Canyon. The Garos will pop out of the ground
    in certain places. Beat them to get a hint.
    
    CAPTAIN'S HAT
    RECEIVED FROM: GIANT SKELETON
    HOW TO GET IT: In the graveyard, play the Sonata of Awakening to wake up the
    giant skeleton. Shoot him with a few arrows, then fight him with your sword.
    Once you defeat him, run up the trail to talk to him. He'll turn off the fire,
    so use your hookshot to reach the chest. Open it to receive the Captain's Hat.
    USE: Use it to get useful and funny reactions from the Stalchildren. If you
    wear it during the battle against Igos du Ikana, you'll get an even funnier
    reaction.
    
    GIANT'S MASK
    RECEIVED FROM: EYEGORE
    HOW TO GET IT: In Stone Tower Temple, just before fighting Twinmold, beat the
    Eyegore to get this mask. To beat Eyegore, run up to him, let him raise his
    arms, run away a bit, then shoot him with the hookshot or an arrow when his
    eye turns yellow.
    USE: Use it only during the battle with Twinmold in the Stone Tower Temple.
    Obviously, this mask makes you huge. It also consumes magic power. Make sure
    you have some magic-refilling potions and the magic upgrade, or the Chateau
    Romani from the Milk Bar.
    
    
     _____
    |ITEMS|
    |—————|
    
    -*- ITEMS -*-
    
    OCARINA OF TIME
    USED BY: LINK, SCRUB, DARMANI, AND MIKAU
    LOCATION: CLOCK TOWER
    HOW TO GET IT: As a Deku Scrub on the last day after midnight, climb the clock
    tower and shoot the Skull Kid with a bubble. He'll drop the Ocarina, so take it
    and don't lose it again!
    USE: The most important item in the game, and the funnest too! Play with the
    four C buttons and the A button. Top C is the note D, Left C is the note B,
    Right C is the note A, Down C is the note F, and A is the note D. Using these
    five notes, you can play anything in the game that you need to. Using the con-
    trol stick, you can push Up to push the note up one step, and vice versa. You
    can press R to push it up a half step, and Z to push it down a half step (usu-
    ally to make the note sharp or flat). There are ten songs you can play on it,
    but you can also just play anything you want to. See the SONGS section for more
    details. One last note (Get it? Last note? Get it? Sorry...) is that when you
    transform into another creature (Deku, Goron or Zora), your instrument changes
    to the Deku Pipes, Goron Drums, and Mikau's Guitar respectively. This way, you
    can play different instruments by transforming into other people! Once you have
    all three masks and Romani's Mask, check out the Milk Bar at night and talk to
    Toto the zora....
    
    One final note on the Ocarina. If, for some reason, you want to play a song
    that will do something special and you don't want it to have that effect, hold
    the L button while you play (meaning if you hold L while playing the notes to,
    for example, the Song of Time, it won't do anything at all). This will also
    prevent the transformed instruments from being animated (meaning if you hold L
    while playing Mikau's Guitar for example, you won't see Mikau actually moving
    his arm, but the notes will still sound).
    
    HERO'S BOW
    USED BY: LINK
    LOCATION: WOODFALL TEMPLE
    HOW TO GET IT: Beat the Lizalfos to win the Bow.
    USE: Long range projectile. Press the C button to take it out, and the camera
    will switch to First Person (like you're looking through Link's eyes). Press 
    and hold the same C button again to take out an arrow, then release to shoot it
    (you might want to aim first too). Or, if you're in a hurry, once you switch to
    first person, you can simply tap the C button to quickly fire an arrow, but
    make sure you've aimed first. Use the arrows to shoot flying enemies, distant
    enemies, dangerous enemies, crystal switches, balloons, the Gorman Bros., and
    whatever else you want to.
    INITIAL AMMUNITION LIMIT: 30
    UPGRADE ONE: LARGE QUIVER (40)
    HOW TO GET IT: Go to either the Town Shooting Gallery or the Swamp Shooting
    Gallery. If you beat the record of 39 at the Town Shooting Gallery, you'll win
    this upgrade. If you get a perfect score at the Swamp Shooting Gallery, you'll
    also get it, as long as you don't already have it.
    UPGRADE TWO: LARGEST QUIVER (50)
    HOW TO GET IT: Once you have the Large Quiver, go to the other shooting gallery
    and complete that gallery to get the biggest quiver.
    
    FIRE ARROW
    USED BY: LINK
    LOCATION: SNOWHEAD TEMPLE
    HOW TO GET IT: In the central room, up above, there is a place where there are
    four ramps. Climb up to this area, jump the first ramp as Darmani, roll across
    the snow, then jump the next ramp to find the Wizrobe. Defeat him the first
    time to win the Fire Arrow.
    USE: Melts any ice, and lights torches on fire, burns spider webs. Also hurts
    enemies (duh). 
    
    ICE ARROW
    USED BY: LINK
    LOCATION: GREAT BAY TEMPLE
    HOW TO GET IT: Get the key, then go to the only locked door and enter it. Con-
    tinue on to find the Wart. Shoot his little eyeballs with your hookshot to reel
    them in, then hit them with your sword. Once enough of them are gone, shoot the
    bigger eye with arrows. Continue hitting him in the OPEN eye to kill him. Your
    prize is the Ice Arrow.
    USE: Freezes water, waterfalls, and some enemies. Usually, after freezing, the
    enemy will turn into a very large block of ice, which you can push or climb.
    Another use is to fire it at the water in Great Bay Temple to make small ice
    cube stepping-stones. The ice will melt after about 10-15 seconds.
    
    LIGHT ARROW
    USED BY: LINK
    LOCATION: STONE TOWER TEMPLE
    HOW TO GET IT: Kill the Master Garo to win the final magical arrow.
    USE: Shoot the red jewels in Stone Tower Temple to flip the whole temple. Also
    useful for shooting the small sun images that usually require sunlight. Put on
    the Stone Mask, then shoot the Blue Bubbles with a Light Arrow for a quick
    purple rupee worth 50 rupees.
    
    BOMB
    USED BY: LINK
    LOCATION: WEST CLOCK TOWN
    HOW TO GET IT: Buy a Bomb Bag from the Bomb Shop in town, then you can find
    extra Bombs in pots, under rocks, and in bushes.
    USE: Press the C button once to take out a Bomb, then press A while standing
    still to drop the Bomb, or press A while running to throw the Bomb. After about
    5 seconds, the Bomb will explode, destroying nearby enemies, rocks, plants,
    snowballs, pots, weak walls, or anything else that can be blown up, including
    you.
    INITIAL AMMUNITION LIMIT: 20
    UPGRADE 1: BIG BOMB BAG (30)
    HOW TO GET IT: On Day 1 at 12:30 AM, hit Sakon with your sword as he tries to
    run off with the bag belonging to the Old Lady from the Bomb Shop. If you
    rescue the luggage successfully, the Big Bomb Bag will go on sale at the
    Bomb Shop for a cheaper price. Otherwise, Sakon will sell it to the Curiosity
    Shop and you'll have to pay more for it. Save your rupees and buy it at the
    Bomb Shop.
    UPGRADE 2: BIGGEST BOMB BAG (40)
    HOW TO GET IT: Once you have the Big Bomb Bag and the Goron Mask, talk to the
    deku salesman in Goron Village as Darmani and buy the Biggest Bomb Bag for the
    price of 200 rupees and your old Big Bomb Bag.
    
    BOMBCHU
    USED BY: LINK
    LOCATION: SHOPS AND CHESTS
    HOW TO GET IT: Find one in a chest or buy them at shops.
    USE: Press C once to take out, then press C again (or maybe A) to place it at
    your feet. It will then begin to move away, going over any obstacle (except
    water), going up walls, across ceilings, anywhere it can, until it blows up
    like a bomb. Modeled after the Real Bombchus in the game (they can also go over
    any obstacle, up walls, across ceilings, and anywhere else, except they chase
    after you instead of moving away from you).
    INITIAL AMMUNITION LIMIT: 20
    UPGRADE 1: See BOMBS
    UPGRADE 2: See BOMBS
    
    DEKU STICK
    USED BY: LINK
    LOCATION: PLANTS, POTS, ROCKS, SHOPS, AND DEKU BABAS
    HOW TO GET IT: Just bust open some bushes, rocks, or pots, or buy them at some
    shops. You can also kill the kind of Deku Babas that just stand straight up and
    chomp. The kind that fight back only give you deku nuts and such.
    USE: Can be used to hit enemies, but it is weak and will break easily. The best
    use is to light them on fire and use them to light torches or spiderwebs.
    Basically useless after getting the Fire Arrow.
    LIMIT: 10?
    
    DEKU NUT
    USED BY: LINK AND SCRUB
    LOCATION: LOST WOODS, PLANTS, POTS, ROCKS, SHOPS, AND DEKU BABAS
    HOW TO GET IT: Either open the chest in the third room of the game (the one
    with the pink flowers and bottomless pit), or find them in the same kind of
    places that you would find a deku stick.
    USE: Throw them at enemies to stun them, or drop them like bombs as a Scrub
    when flying with pink flowers. Use this to judge your location before you drop
    down.
    LIMIT: 20?
    
    MAGIC BEANS
    USED BY: LINK
    LOCATION: DEKU PALACE
    HOW TO GET IT: Using the Deku Scrub, infiltrate the Deku Palace on the right
    side (as you enter). Sneak past the guards to find an underground grotto.
    Inside is a guy selling beans. Once you have bought some from him, you can also
    buy them from the deku scrub next to the Swamp Tour House.
    USE: Plant the beans in a soft patch of dirt with a little hole, then dump
    water on it (you can store spring water in a bottle), or use the Song of Storms
    to make it grow bigger. Hop on to go for a ride.
    LIMIT: 10?
    
    POWDER KEG
    USED BY: DARMANI
    LOCATION: GORON VILLAGE
    HOW TO GET IT: Beat Snowhead Temple (or use a Fire Arrow) to enter the ice-
    blocked cave in Goron Village. Inside is Medigoron, who owns the Powder Keg
    Shop. After you've completed the test, you can carry Powder Kegs, but only one
    at a time. You can also buy one from the Goron in the Bomb Shop in Clock Town.
    USE: Used it like a Bomb, but the explosion is much more powerful. Use it to
    blow up the gigantic boulders like the one near Romani Ranch.
    LIMIT: 1
    
    PICTOGRAPH BOX
    USED BY: LINK, SCRUB, DARMANI, MIKAU
    LOCATION: SOUTHERN SWAMP TOURIST INFORMATION
    HOW TO GET IT: Talk to the big hairy man behind the counter to get it for free.
    USE: You can take only one picture at a time, but you can choose to delete the
    picture. This item is essential for some parts, so be sure to get it. Press the
    C button to take it out, then press A to take a picture. If you've already
    taken a picture, you will be given the option of keeping the old one before
    taking a new one.
    LIMIT: 1 PICTOGRAPH AT A TIME
    
    LENS OF TRUTH
    USED BY: LINK, SCRUB, DARMANI, MIKAU
    LOCATION: GORON VILLAGE
    HOW TO GET IT: As Link, talk to Kaepora Gaebora in the Goron Village. As he
    flies over to the cave, jump onto his falling feathers. Once you reach the
    cave, enter to find the Lens of Truth.
    USE: Makes hidden things seen and fake things invisible, this shows where walls
    are and aren't. It also shows hidden things like ghosts, rungs, and hungry
    soldiers....
    
    HOOKSHOT
    USED BY: LINK
    LOCATION: PIRATES' FORTRESS
    HOW TO GET IT: Climb the guard tower, cross the bridge, enter the upper room,
    shoot the beehive, enter the lower room, and open the chest to receive the
    Hookshot.
    USE: One of the most important items in the game. The Hookshot is a spike
    attached to a long chain. When fired, the hook will pull the chain out. If the
    hook latches onto something, the chain will retract and pull you to the object.
    It can also be used as a weapon. The hook will usually work on wood, scare-
    crows, targets, target posts, stone torches, and other things. It is aimed much
    like the Hero's Bow.
    
    GREAT FAIRY SWORD
    USED BY: LINK
    LOCATION: IKANA VALLEY
    HOW TO GET IT: Rescue all 15 fairies from Stone Tower Temple, then return them
    to the Great Fairy Fountain found near Pamela's house.
    USE: The biggest and best sword, but it's used as a C Item and doesn't replace
    your Gilded Sword (you do have the Gilded Sword, don't you?). You can do jump
    attacks, stabs, and spin attacks by spinning the control stick in a circle and
    hitting the C button (it doesn't work if you just hold it and release, so you
    better practice spinning the control stick!).
    
    BOTTLES
    USED BY: LINK, SCRUB, DARMANI, MIKAU
    LOCATION: VARIOUS (see BOTTLES section for details)
    HOW TO GET IT: VARIOUS (see BOTTLES section for details)
    USE: Press the C button once to swing it (if it's empty). If there is anything
    you can catch nearby, it will go into the bottle. Use it to store red fairies, 
    red, green, and blue potions, spring water, hot spring water, milk, zora eggs,
    small princesses, and other small items. Use it again to take the item out /
    drink the contents / release the contents / etc.
    
    TRADING ITEMS
    USED BY: LINK, SCRUB, DARMANI, MIKAU
    LOCATION: VARIOUS
    HOW TO GET IT: VARIOUS
    USE: Use these items (placed on the right side of the ITEMS subscreen) for many
    things. Usually, these items can be traded for different items, which can then
    be traded again, and again, etc. Some items are just used to give to people,
    while others may just be for your use. To give an item to a person, wait until
    the message "Press START to set the item to C" etc. is displayed, then press
    START and set the item to C if you haven't already done so, then press C to
    give it to them WHILE THAT MESSAGE IS DISPLAYED! Otherwise, they may not take
    it, or you may drink it, etc. Usually, trade items have no logical use for you,
    and you can't use them. Also, they will disappear when you use the Song of Time
    to save.
    
     _______________
    |PIECES OF HEART|
    |———————————————|
    
    LOCATION: SOUTH CLOCK TOWN
    HOW TO GET IT: As a Deku Scrub on the first three days, buy the flower using
    the moon's tear, then use it to fly up to the clock tower. In front of the door
    is a Piece of Heart.
    
    LOCATION: SOUTHERN SWAMP
    HOW TO GET IT: Give the Land Title Deed to the scrub by the Tourist Info shop.
    Use the flower to fly to the roof of the shop.
    
    LOCATION: GORON VILLAGE
    HOW TO GET IT: AS A DEKU SCRUB give the Swamp Title Deed to the scrub. Use the
    flower to reach a ledge.
    
    LOCATION: ZORA HALL
    HOW TO GET IT: AS DARMANI give the Mountain Title Deed to the scrub in Lulu's
    room. Use the flower to fly up to the ledge.
    
    LOCATION: IKANA CANYON
    HOW TO GET IT: AS MIKAU give the Ocean Title Deed to the scrub by Sakon's hide-
    out. Use the flower to reach the Piece of Heart across the canyon.
    
    LOCATION: NORTH CLOCK TOWN
    HOW TO GET IT: Behind the slide, climb the short post, jump to the tall post,
    then jump to the slide platform. From there, jump to the post between you and
    the tree, then jump to the tree to get a Piece of Heart.
    
    LOCATION: WEST CLOCK TOWN
    HOW TO GET IT: Get the Kamaro's Mask (see MASKS section), then dance in front
    of the Rosa Twins as they practice at night.
    
    LOCATION: CLOCK TOWN
    HOW TO GET IT: Put on the Postman's Hat, then open one of the red mailboxes to
    get a Piece of Heart. Question: why did the Postman (YAH!) give you a hat that
    can be used to get a Piece of Heart instead of just giving you a Piece of
    Heart? Answer: so that you can get the FD Mask!!!
    
    LOCATION: SWORDSMAN'S SCHOOL
    HOW TO GET IT: Get a perfect score on the expert course by jump-attacking every
    post.
    
    LOCATION: POST OFFICE
    HOW TO GET IT: Wear the bunny hood and play the postman's 10-second game. Hit
    10 seconds EXACTLY to win a Piece of Heart.
    
    LOCATION: STOCK POT INN
    HOW TO GET IT: Take any Land Title Deed and enter the Stock Pot Inn at night.
    Give it to ???, the hand sticking out of the toilet to get a Piece of Heart
    as a reward. YAY!
    
    LOCATION: CLOCK TOWN, MILK ROAD, MOUNTAIN VILLAGE
    HOW TO GET IT: Put on the Keaton's Mask, then chop up a few of the moving bush-
    es (you don't have to chop them all up like most people say). Answer all of
    Keaton's questions correctly to win. I know there's more than these, but I'm
    only going to post the ones I have figured out myself (or guessed myself :)
    This way I'll have to actually find out the answers myself (it's more fun that
    way).
    
    What time does Romani, the girl at the ranch, go to bed?: Eight
    At what time does Romani, the girl at the ranch, wake up?: Six
    How many balloons does romani use to practice?: 1
    What weapon does Romani use in practice?: Bow
    How many tiny cow figurines are there in Clock Town?: Ten
    How old is Tingle, the Map Salesman?: 35
    What is the name of the Mayor of Clock Town?: Dotour
    What is the name of Anju's father?: Tortus
    How many mailboxes are there in Clock Town?: Five
    Mikau is of which race?: Zora
    What is the name of Clock Town's Inn?: Stock Pot Inn
    What is Anju, the Innkeeper, bad at doing?: Cooking
    What color of trunks does Tingle the Mapmaker wear?: Red
    How many cuccos are in the barn at Romani Ranch?: 1
    How many members are there in the Indigo-gos?: 5
    What is the name of Clock Town's Carnival?: Carnival of Time
    What are the magic words Tingle the Mapmaker made himself?: Koolooh-Limpah!
    What does the Old Man from the Bomb Shop call his mother?: Mommy
    What is the name given to you by Romani, the ranch girl?: Grasshopper
    What is the name of the song learned from Romani?: Epona's Song
    What instrument does the Skull Kid play?: Flute
    What bad habit does Anju have? Quick to apologize
    What is the name of the singer in the Zora Band, the Indigo-Gos?: Lulu
    
    LOCATION: PINNACLE ROCK
    HOW TO GET IT: Defeat all the sea monsters at Pinnacle Rock and talk to the two
    golden seahorses to get a Piece of Heart. See the WALKTHROUGH section for
    details on how to reach Pinnacle Rock.
    
    LOCATION: SWAMP TOURIST INFO
    HOW TO GET IT: Take a good picture of Tingle on the road to the swamp and show
    it to the big hairy guy (his father) at the Tourist Info House.
    
    LOCATION: GORON POND
    HOW TO GET IT: After thawing the mountian, use Mikau to find a treasure chest
    under water in Goron Pond.
    
    LOCATION: OCEANSIDE SPIDER HOUSE
    HOW TO GET IT: Wear the Captain's Hat and talk to all the Stalchildren in the
    house. Write down the order of the colors, if you need to, then shoot the
    colored skulls in the last room in that order to open the door.
    
    LOCATION: ANCIENT CASTLE OF IKANA
    HOW TO GET IT: Get on the roof and shoot the nearby Guay. Shoot the switch,
    then hop to the first flower. Turn into a Deku Scrub, burrow, then fly to the
    next flower. Use that flower to reach the Piece of Heart.
    
    LOCATION: IKANA GRAVEYARD
    HOW TO GET IT: Use the Captain's Hat on the second day to order the stalchild-
    ren to open the grave. Use the Lens of Truth to find a Piece of Heart.
    
    LOCATION: MAYOR DOTOUR'S OFFICE
    HOW TO GET IT: Wear the Couple's Mask to end the meeting. Mayor Dotour will
    give you a Piece of Heart.
    
    LOCATION: OLD LADY'S ROOM IN THE STOCK POT INN
    HOW TO GET IT: Wear the All-Night Mask to listen to the Carnival of Time story.
    Answer "The Carnival of Time" to her first question, then "On the eve of the
    Carnival."
    
    LOCATION: OLD LADY'S ROOM IN THE STOCK POT INN
    HOW TO GET IT: Wear the All-Night Mask to listen to the Four Giant's story.
    Answer the question "I dunno" to receive the Piece of Heart (trust me).
    
    LOCATION: DOGGY RACETRACK
    HOW TO GET IT: First, you really should get the Mask of Truth from the Swamp
    Spider House (see the SIDE MISSIONS section for details). Go to the Doggy Race-
    track located on Romani Ranch. Enter and talk to Mamayu Yan, the doggy lady
    from Ocarina of Time. Talk to her and bet at least 80 rupees. Now, put on the
    Mask of Truth and pick up a doggy. If the doggy says "RUFF!" at the beginning,
    then keep that doggy and use it in the race. If it just says "RR-RUFF!" Don't
    keep it, it probably won't win. If it says "HO-WHINE!" let it rest it's tired
    little legs, it won't win. Find one that says "RUFF!" and take it to Mamayu
    Yan. Say yes to enter it in the race. If it gets 1st place, you'll get three
    times the rupees you bet (meaning if you bet 80, you'll 240 rupees). If your
    dog gets 2nd place, you'll get double (if you bet 80, you'll get 160). If you
    get 3rd - 5th, you'll get your rupees back. As long as you picked a dog that
    says "RUFF!" you should get at least 5th place. If you win more than 150 rupees
    (if you bet 80 rupees and took 1st or 2nd place), you will win a Piece of Heart
    as a special prize!
    
    LOCATION: GREAT BAY
    HOW TO GET IT: After beating the Great Bay Temple, visit the small peninsula in
    Great Bay (near the lone Like Like). A small boat will be docked. Hop on to
    ride over to the islands. Use the hookshot to reach the tall island. Talk to
    the fisherman to play the Jumping Game. Jump onto the island with the lit torch
    to score a point. Score 20 points in 2 minutes to win.
    
    LOCATION: GREAT BAY
    HOW TO GET IT: Kill the Like Like in the pool by the falls. Either shoot it
    with arrows on land or dive down as Mikau to kill it and take it's prize.
    
    LOCATION: EAST CLOCK TOWN
    HOW TO GET IT: Get a perfect score at Honey & Darling's game three days in a
    row to win a Piece of Heart. Their game changes daily. The rules are simple:
    destroy all the targets (or baskets) with the item they give you in the time
    allowed. If you fall off the platform, you'll lose. Also, on day 3, if you
    happen to shoot Honey and/or Darling with an arrow they'll say "That hurts!"
    but you won't lose. In fact, you'll even gain a few seconds! Y'know, if I got
    shot with an arrow by a dippy kid in green, I'd do more than say "That hurts!"
    
    LOCATION: EAST CLOCK TOWN
    HOW TO GET IT: Get a perfect score at the shooting gallery (50). It's tough,
    but possible. Try to memorize where the red Octoroks will appear and shoot as
    soon as they pop up. You'll have to be fast and accurate. If you miss, you may
    not have time to reload and fire again. Sometimes, there will be multiple
    Octoroks hiding behind the front one, so don't stop just because you already
    shot one, another may be hiding behind it. Also, don't jump the gun and shoot
    a blue one, hitting only one blue octorok will cost you the whole game since
    you'll lose precious seconds. Practice a lot and you should eventually get it.
    
    LOCATION: NORTH CLOCK TOWN
    HOW TO GET IT: This has to be the hardest part of the game, but at least it's
    good practice. In North Clock Town is a Deku Scrub Playground, just south of
    the Great Fairy Fountain (it's in a grotto behind the fence, use a flower to
    reach it). You better have a lot of rupees, because this will be tough. You
    have to collect six rupees on floating platforms in under 1:15:00, three days
    in a row. Easier said than done. The game on the first day shouldn't be too
    hard. If it is, good luck, you'll never make it. The second day's game is a
    nightmare. First, land on one of the outer platforms, then try to get the two
    in the next row. Next, get the middle two, and now try to get the last one. It
    is possible. The third day isn't much better. The two outer platforms and the
    two inner platforms are revolving around the center, while the two in between
    will rise up and down. Use the starting flower on the left ONLY and fly to the
    first up-and-down platform. From there, it shouldn't be too tough to reach the
    two in the middle, then the other up-and-down one. Now go for the outer two.
    it may be a little easier if you try to land on one of the outer ones first,
    but be ready to head for the up-and-down one if you don't make it. Good Luck.
    
    LOCATION: SNOWHEAD TRAIL
    HOW TO GET IT: First, teach the scarecrow a song, then go to the trail leading
    up to Snowhead (the one with all the Goron ramp jumps). A Piece of Heart is
    waiting on a little platform waaay out there. No, your hookshot won't reach
    that far, so whip out your Lens of Truth to find the platforms leading to it.
    Be careful, they're made of ice. Once you jump, let go of the control stick so
    you don't go sliding off them. Once you reach the last one, play the Scarecrow
    Song to make him appear. Now use your hookshot to reach him and get the Piece
    of Heart. Now jump off (it won't hurt too much), or use the Song of Soaring to
    return.
    
    LOCATION: ZORA HALL
    HOW TO GET IT: As Mikau, go into Japas's room and take out your guitar. Jam
    with him by playing the following:
    JAPAS: RC, RC, DC, A
    YOU: A, DC, RC, A
    JAPAS: LC, LC, RC, DC
    YOU: DC, RC, LC, DC
    Only play the YOU lines after Japas plays the JAPAS lines. The problem is, it's
    so cool that Evan, the band leader, won't like the fact that he didn't write
    it himself. Go to Evan's room and turn back into Link (or any other form other
    than Mikau). Play all four of those lines on your instrument, including the
    ones Japas played. Evan will hear the notes and say that he wrote it. He'll
    give you a Piece of Heart for teaching him the song. I'd say that's a pretty
    good deal, since he did steal your tune....
    
    LOCATION: SOUTHERN SWAMP
    HOW TO GET IT: On the road to the Southern Swamp is a tree, a really big one
    with lots of weird looking branches. Shoot all the Bad Bats first, then climb
    the vines growing on the tree. Hidden in the middle of the branches is a Piece
    of Heart.
    
    LOCATION: TERMINA FIELD
    HOW TO GET IT: Around Termina Field are four secret grottos, each with four
    Gossip Stones, three little and one big (they all say the same thing in the
    four different grottos, but you don't need to read them, I'll tell you what to
    do). In each of the grottos, one of the Gossip Stones is bigger than the rest.
    When you play a certain song for it, it will change color. Here's a list:
    
    SONATA OF AWAKENING PLAYED BY DEKU BUTLER'S SON: Green
    GORON LULLABY PLAYED BY DARMANI: Red
    NEW WAVE BOSSA NOVA PLAYED BY MIKAU: Blue
    
    You must hunt down all four grottos and play the same song for each of the Big
    Gossip Stones (so if you play the New Wave Bossa Nova as Mikau for one of them,
    play the New Wave Bossa Nova for the other three). You'll notice that once you
    find the second one, one of the smaller gossip stones is already that color.
    What you're trying to do is make all four Gossip Stones the same color. It's
    kind of confusing for me to describe, you'll understand. Here's the approximate
    locations of the four grottos:
    
    NORTH OF CLOCK TOWN (just to the right of the snowy area outside the North En-
    trance to Clock Town)
    WEST OF THE SOUTHERN SWAMP ROAD
    WEST OF CLOCK TOWN (under the boulder)
    JUST NORTH OF THE ASTRAL OBSERVATORY
    
    LOCATION: CLOCK TOWN BANK
    HOW TO GET IT: Deposit more than 5,000 rupees at the bank to fill up your
    account and win a Piece of Heart. Now you can't deposit any more rupees until
    you withdraw some.
    
    LOCATION: TREASURE CHEST GAME (CLOCK TOWN)
    HOW TO GET IT: As Darmani, find your way through the invisible maze to the
    chest at the other end. Hold the Z Button to hold the camera up higher to give
    you a better view.
    
    LOCATION: TERMINA FIELD
    HOW TO GET IT: Just west of the Astral Observatory is a secret grotto, used as
    a storehouse for a deku scrub. If you try to go down there, all you'll find is
    some grass and a crate. So, get a bean and fly over the fence to the soft soil
    using the nearby pink flower. Plant the bean there, water it (with the Song of
    Storms), then enter the Astral Observatory. Look over Clock Town through the
    telescope, then follow the path of the scrub as he flies around, and then down
    into his storehouse. Exit the observatory, then use the bean platform to get
    outside the fence quickly. Run over and drop down to find the scrub salesman.
    He's not too pleased, so he'll try to sell you a Piece of Heart for 150 rupees.
    That seems a little steep, don't you think? I wouldn't take it for that much.
    Maybe you can get it down to 100 rupees if you refuse....
    
    LOCATION: TERMINA FIELD
    HOW TO GET IT: In the grassy area south-west of Clock Town, find the butter-
    flies (near the Deku Baba), then drop down into the nearby hidden grotto.
    Inside is a Peahat, an enemy you may remember from Ocarina of Time. Kill him
    with arrows or your sword to win a Piece of Heart. Oh? He's not attacking? He's
    just sending little larva at you? Maybe he's too tired to fight, maybe he'll be
    ready when he wakes up. The Sonata of Awakening didn't work? Well, try using
    nature's way of waking things up: the time of day.
    
    LOCATION: TERMINA FIELD
    HOW TO GET IT: Right next to the fence blocking the way to Great Bay is another
    boulder. Bomb it, then kill the Bio Deku Babas and shoot the beehives to make
    a Piece of Heart fall into the water. Dive down and get it.
    
    LOCATION: TERMINA FIELD
    HOW TO GET IT: Find the juvinile Dodongo, then enter the grotto nearby. Kill
    the two adult Dodongos by slashing their tails to win a Piece of Heart.
    
    LOCATION: SWAMP SHOOTING GALLERY
    HOW TO GET IT: Get a perfect score once to win a bigger quiver. Later, get
    another perfect score to win a Piece of Heart. Just shoot all the deku scrubs,
    then shoot the guays that appear. Be sure to hit the Wolfos (big big points!)
    and the two hidden scrubs. One is in the tree on the right, the other is on the
    big rock to the left.
    
    LOCATION: DEKU PALACE
    HOW TO GET IT: On the other side (the left side), a Piece of Heart is hidden in
    the garden. Use the Stone Mask to help you sneak past the guards.
    
    LOCATION: WOODFALL
    HOW TO GET IT: Use the deku flowers to reach the big chest, just to the left as
    you enter Woodfall.
    
    LOCATION: SOUTHERN SWAMP
    HOW TO GET IT: After restoring the swamp by defeating Odowla, talk to Koume in
    the Tourist Info Shop. She'll challenge you to a target shooting game. Shoot
    her target (not her!) 20 times in one round to win a Piece of Heart. FYI, my
    high score is currently 38.
    
    LOCATION: RAPID RACE
    HOW TO GET IT: Beat the Beaver Brothers once to get a bottle (or 20 rupees),
    then beat them both again in under 1:40 seconds to win a Piece of Heart.
    
    LOCATION: GREAT BAY LABORATORY
    HOW TO GET IT: Catch five fish (easiest way: get five bottles and fill them up
    with fish from the Stock Pot Inn Kitchen, enter a room and return to the kitch-
    en for more). Drop them all into the small fish tank in the Great Bay Labora-
    tory. One of the fish will eat them all, and then he'll eat the other one
    already there. He'll then spit out a Piece of Heart.
    
    LOCATION: MOUNTAIN VILLAGE
    HOW TO GET IT: Round up the five frogs all over Termina with Don Gero's Mask,
    then conduct their song after defeating Ghot and restoring the Mountains. One
    of the frogs already waits there, and another is easy to find by the Clock Town
    Laundry Pool. Two are being held by the Gekkos in the Woodfall Temple and Great
    Bay Temple, and you'll find the fifth sitting on a log in the Southern Swamp
    after defeating Odowla (you may have noticed him during the cruise). Once all
    five have been found and returned, go to the pond in the Mountain Village to
    conduct their song.
    
    LOCATION: GREAT BAY
    HOW TO GET IT: First, teach the Scarecrow a song and buy a Magic Bean pod, then
    go to the shore by the Pirates' Fortress (the shore with a million Like Likes).
    Use the Hookshot to reach an upper ledge with some soft soil. Plant the bean
    and water it to reach another ledge, then summon the Scarecrow and use the
    Hookshot to reach the Piece of Heart.
    
    LOCATION: PIRATES' FORTRESS
    HOW TO GET IT: Infiltrate the Pirates' Fortress (see the WALKTHROUGH section
    for details) until you reach an area without any pirates where a Piece of Heart
    is locked behind a door. Break through the barrels by rolling into them, then
    hit the switch. Put on the Bunny Hood and run down to the room with the Piece
    of Heart inside.
    
    LOCATION: IKANA GHOST HOUSE
    HOW TO GET IT: First, I recommend getting the Great Fairy's Sword, then pay 30
    rupees to try to defeat the four Poe Sisters (Joelle, Amy, Beth, and Meg). Use
    the Great Fairy's Sword on the first three, then fight Meg. Meg's a bit
    tougher: there's one of her, and three illusions. The real Meg is the one that
    spins around once as soon as she appears (once she's solid). Hit her with the
    sword or an arrow and the Piece of Heart is yours.
    
    LOCATION: IKANA VALLEY
    HOW TO GET IT: Arm yourself with the Light Arrow, the Great Fairy's Sword, a
    lot of arrows, about 18 hearts (trust me), and a healing fairy or two (you may
    not need the fairy, but it wouldn't hurt). Dive into the river and swim north
    of the Octoroks. Behind the waterfall is a cave leading to the Secret Shrine.
    Shoot a Light Arrow at the sun to open the door, then talk to the one-eyed guy.
    Jump to the different tunnels to reach some mini-bosses. The tunnel on the left
    leads to three Dinofols, no problem with the Great Fairy's Sword. The second
    room from the left holds a Wizrobe. Use arrows against him, but this time, you
    don't have the map or compass to help you. The next room has a Wart. Now
    instead of using the Hookshot to remove the smaller eyeballs, you can use the
    spin-attack with the Great Fairy's Sword (if you know how to do it well). The
    last room holds the Master Garo. He's a lot easier now that you have the Great
    Fairy's Sword. You need a lot of hearts to get in to fight him, though. Just
    use the sword on him and you shouldn't have any trouble. Once all four mini-
    bosses are gone and you have accumulated a whopping 400 rupees, return to the
    central room to get a Piece of Heart.
    
    LOCATION: ODOWLA MINI-DUNGEON
    HOW TO GET IT: Use the Deku Mask to fly across the room to the ledge on the
    right side in the back of the room to find the Piece of Heart.
    
    LOCATION: GHOT MINI-DUNGEON
    HOW TO GET IT: Using the Goron Mask, roll across the paths and bounce off the
    chests. Navigate the paths to find the Piece of Heart.
    
    LOCATION: GYORG MINI-DUNGEON
    HOW TO GET IT: Using the Zora Mask, swim through the tunnels. If you find a
    fork, take it, use it for dinner... j/k, bad joke. Take the following forks:
    left, right, left, left. Hop out to find the Piece of Heart hiding behind the
    Gossip Stone.
    
    LOCATION: TWINMOLD MINI-DUNGEON
    HOW TO GET IT: Beat the bosses to find the Piece of Heart in the last room.
    
     _______
    |BOTTLES|
    |———————|
    
    LOCATION: SOUTHERN SWAMP
    HOW TO GET IT: Visit Kotake in the Teapot House to get a free bottle filled
    with a red potion.
    
    LOCATION: ROMANI RANCH
    HOW TO GET IT: Use a Powder Keg to blast open the large rock on the first day.
    Talk to Romani to make a promise to protect the ranch from "them." "They"
    always come a few days before the festival, then "they" visit the cow barn and
    steal the cows. Practice a few times, then wait form "them" to come. Once
    "they" arrive, shoot arrows to prevent "them" from reaching the cow barn. The
    best ambush spot is on top of the house. There's a laddar behind the house.
    From the roof, you can shoot any of "them" that try to approach the barn. If
    you run out of arrows, you can take some "left behind" by "them," or you can
    break open the crate in front of the house. Once dawn arrives, "they" will
    leave. If you're successful, Romani will give you a bottle filled with milk.
    
    LOCATION: GORON RACE TRACK
    HOW TO GET IT: After beating Snowhead Temple, visit the Powder Keg shop in
    Goron Village to get a test keg. Take it to the Goron Race track (above Goron
    Pond) by throwing it up the ramp, then rolling up to it. Carry it up to the
    large rock, then BOOM. Win the race to receive a bottle with some gold powder
    in it.... Maybe the Zubora the Sword Smith could use this stuff....
    
    LOCATION: BEAVER'S GAME
    HOW TO GET IT: In the area with Zora Hall, hike up the river towards the water-
    fall. Use the hookshot to pull yourself up to the ledges on the cliffs (shoot
    the trees). Make your way over to the cave above the waterfall. Inside lives a
    pair of beaver brothers. As Mikau, follow the smaller beaver through all 20
    rings. Now, follow the big brother through all 25 rings. If you complete it
    both times, they'll give you their very special empty bottle.
    
    LOCATION: MILK BAR
    HOW TO GET IT: First, get Romani's mask, then follow the Kafei sequence until
    you get the Express Mail to Mama. On the final day, after 6 pm, give the mail
    to Madame Aroma in the Milk Bar. She'll give you a bottle full of Chateau
    Romani milk.
    
    LOCATION: GRAVEYARD
    HOW TO GET IT: At night, 3rd Day, put on the Captain's Hat and talk to the
    three stalchildren around the grave and order them to open the grave. Enter the
    hole, then talk to Dampι. Lead him around to the dirt piles and tell him to dig
    them up. For the two up higher, lead him to the squares on the ground, then run
    up to the upper platforms. Lead him to those dirt piles and tell him to dig.
    Once all three blue flames have been found, Dampι will run away and a giant Poe
    will appear. Wait until it hits your shield, then shoot it with an arrow. After
    about five shots, it will die and a treasure chest will appear. Open it to
    receive the bottle. This may take a while, so I highly recommend playing the
    Inverted Song of Time first. You only have 12 hours of game time to do this,
    since it only works on Day 3. Also, to make this MUCH easier, Z-Target Dampι
    and slowly walk in the direction you want him to go. As long as you have a tar-
    get lock on him, he'll follow you. If you get too far away from him, the lock
    will break and he'll be lost.
    
     ________________
    |SHOPS AND PRICES|
    |————————————————|
    
    All the shops, items for sale, and games to play are listed here. For the
    hours, if it says "1ST - 3RD, 6:00 - 6:00 AM" it means the shop / game / etc.
    is always open (meaning they're open all three days, from six in the morning
    until six in the morning).
    
    -*- WEST CLOCK TOWN -*-
      2  1
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    |      ____<>
    <>    :3
    |     |
     \     \
     4: WEST\7
       \CLOCK\
       5:_TOWN\
         6:___<>
    
    
    
    - 1: POST OFFICE -
    OWNER: POSTMAN
    HOURS: 1ST - 2ND, 3:00 PM - 12:00 AM, 3RD, 3:00 PM - 6:00 AM
    ITEMS FOR SALE: NONE
    GAMES TO PLAY: 
    NAME                 PRICE         PRIZE                REQUIREMENTS
    10-SECOND GAME       FREE          PIECE OF HEART       PRESS "A" AFTER EXACTLY
                                                            10-SECONDS
    
    - 2: MIGHTY TRAINING CENTER -
    OWNER: SWORDSMAN
    HOURS: 1ST - 3RD, 6:00 - 6:00 AM
    ITEMS FOR SALE: NONE
    GAMES TO PLAY:
    NAME                 PRICE         PRIZE                REQUIREMENTS
    NOVICE COURSE          1 RUPEE      NONE                OBEY THE MASTER
    EXPERT COURSE         10 RUPEES     PIECE OF HEART      PERFECT SCORE
    
    - 3: LOTTERY SHOP -
    OWNER: UNKNOWN
    HOURS: 1ST - 3RD, 6:00 AM - 11:00 PM
    ITEMS FOR SALE: NONE
    GAMES TO PLAY:
    NAME                 PRICE         PRIZE                REQUIREMENTS
    LOTTERY               10 RUPEES    50 RUPEES            CHOOSE 3 LUCKY NUMBERS
                                                            (DIFFERENT IN EACH GAME
                                                            BUT DOESN'T CHANGE).
    
    - 4: BOMB SHOP -
    OWNER: OLD MAN FROM BOMB SHOP
    HOURS: 1ST - 3RD, 6:00 - 6:00 AM
    ITEMS FOR SALE:
    NAME                QUANTITY   PRICE       REQUIREMENTS
    BOMB                 10         30 RUPEES  BOMB BAG
    BOMB BAG              1         50 RUPEES  NONE
    BIG BOMB BAG          1         50 RUPEES  RESCUE OLD LADY FROM SAKON
    BOMBCHU              10         40 RUPEES  BOMB BAG
    POWDER KEG            1         50 RUPEES  CERTIFICATION
    GAMES TO PLAY: NONE
    
    - 5: TRADING POST -
    OWNER: MAN FROM CURIOSITY SHOP
    HOURS: 1ST - 3RD, 6:00 - 6:00 AM
    ITEMS FOR SALE:
    NAME                QUANTITY   PRICE       REQUIREMENTS
    ARROW                30         30 RUPEES  HERO'S BOW
    ARROW                50         40 RUPEES  HERO'S BOW
    DEKU NUT             10         30 RUPEES  NONE
    DEKU STICK            1         10 RUPEES  NONE
    RED POITON            1         30 RUPEES  EMPTY BOTTLE
    GREEN POTION          1         30 RUPEES  EMPTY BOTTLE
    HERO'S SHIELD         1         80 RUPEES  MISSING SHIELD
    FAIRY                 1         50 RUPEES  EMPTY BOTTLE
    GAMES TO PLAY: NONE
    
    - 6: CURIOSITY SHOP -
    OWNER: MAN FROM CURIOSITY SHOP
    HOURS: 1ST - 3RD, 10:00 PM - 6:00 AM
    ITEMS FOR SALE:
    NAME                QUANTITY   PRICE       REQUIREMENTS
    BOMB BAG              1          ? RUPEES  LET SAKON ATTACK OLD WOMAN
    ALL-NIGHT MASK        1        500 RUPEES  SAVE OLD WOMAN, GIANT'S WALLET
    GAMES TO PLAY: NONE
    
    - 7: CLOCK TOWN BANK -
    OWNER: BANKER
    HOURS: 1ST - 3RD, 6:00 - 6:00 AM
    ITEMS FOR SALE:
    NAME                QUANTITY   PRICE       REQUIREMENTS
    ADULT WALLET          1        200 RUPEES  200 RUPEES DEPOSITED
    5 RUPEES (INTEREST)   1       1000 RUPEES  1000 RUPEES DEPOSITED
    PIECE OF HEART        1       5000 RUPEES  5000 RUPEES DEPOSITED
    GAMES TO PLAY: NONE
    
    -*- NORTH CLOCK TOWN -*-
    
              _____<>______
       GREAT |       1     |
       FAIRY :             |
             |2    <>     <>
              ―――――  ――――――
    
    - 1: TINGLE THE MAPMAKER -
    OWNER: TINGLE
    HOURS: 1ST - 3RD, 6:00 - 6:00 AM
    ITEMS FOR SALE:
    NAME                QUANTITY   PRICE       REQUIREMENTS
    CLOCK TOWN MAP        1          5 RUPEES  NONE
    WOODFALL MAP          1         40 RUPEES  NONE
    GAMES TO PLAY: NONE
    
    - 2: DEKU SCRUB PLAYGROUND -
    OWNER: DEKU SCRUBS
    HOURS: 1ST - 3RD, 6:00 - 12:00 AM
    ITEMS FOR SALE: NONE
    GAMES TO PLAY:
    NAME                 PRICE         PRIZE                REQUIREMENTS
    PLAYGROUND            10 RUPEES    50 RUPEES            PERFECT SCORE
    3-DAY CHALLENGE       30 RUPEES    PIECE OF HEART       PERFECT SCORE ALL 3
                                                            DAYS
    
    
    -*- EAST CLOCK TOWN -*-
    
         __..___
        |       |
        |    ___<> TO OBSERVATORY
      __<>  |   |
     | 2 |  | 1 |
     |_..|  |.._|
    <>         <>
     |   EAST  _|
     |  CLOCK |_|
     |   TOWN   |
     |__..      :3
     |  4 |    _|
     |____|   :5|
    <>_______/  |
     |         |
      ――――――――――
    
    - 1: MILK BAR -
    OWNER: MR. BARTEN
    HOURS: 1ST - 3RD, 10:00 PM - 5:00 AM
    ITEMS FOR SALE:
    NAME                QUANTITY   PRICE       REQUIREMENTS
    MILK                  1         20 RUPEES  EMPTY BOTTLE
    CHATEAU ROMANI        1        200 RUPEES  EMPTY BOTTLE
    GAMES TO PLAY: NONE
    
    - 2: STOCK POT INN -
    OWNER: ANJU
    HOURS: 1ST - 3RD, 8:00 AM - 8:30 PM
    ITEMS FOR SALE: NONE
    GAMES TO PLAY: NONE
    
    - 3: HONEY & DARLING'S SHOP -
    OWNERS: HONEY AND DARLING
    HOURS: 1ST - 3RD, 6:00 AM - 10:00 PM
    ITEMS FOR SALE: NONE
    GAMES TO PLAY:
    NAME                 PRICE         PRIZE            REQUIREMENTS
    BOMBCHU GALLERY       10 RUPEES    50 RUPEES        1ST DAY
    BASKET BOMB           10 RUPEES    50 RUPEES        2ND DAY
    TARGET SHOOTING       10 RUPEES    50 RUPEES        3RD DAY
    3-DAY CHALLENGE       30 RUPEES    PIECE OF HEART   PERFECT SCORE ALL 3 DAYS
    
    - 4: TREASURE CHEST SHOP -
    OWNER: NAME UNKNOWN
    HOURS: 1ST - 3RD, 6:00 AM - 10:00 PM
    ITEMS FOR SALE: NONE
    GAMES TO PLAY:
    NAME                 PRICE         PRIZE                REQUIREMENTS
    CHEST MAZE (LINK)     20 RUPEES    PURPLE RUPEE         NAVIGATE ENTIRE MAZE
    CHEST MAZE (SCRUB)    10 RUPEES    DEKU NUT             NAVIGATE ENTIRE MAZE
    CHEST MAZE (DARMANI)  30 RUPEES    PIECE OF HEART       NAVIGATE ENTIRE MAZE
    CHEST MAZE (MIKAU)     5 RUPEES    ?                    NAVIGATE ENTIRE MAZE
    
    - 5: TOWN SHOOTING GALLERY -
    OWNER: UNKNOWN
    HOURS: 1ST - 3RD, 6:00 AM - 10:00 PM
    ITEMS FOR SALE: NONE
    GAMES TO PLAY:
    NAME                 PRICE         PRIZE                REQUIREMENTS
    TARGET SHOOTING       20 RUPEES    BIG QUIVER           BREAK RECORD
                                       BIGGEST QUIVER       BREAK RECORD,
                                                            BIG QUIVER FROM SWAMP
                                       50 RUPEES            BREAK RECORD,
                                                            BIGGEST QUIVER
                                       PIECE OF HEART       PERFECT SCORE: 50
    
    -*- SOUTHERN SWAMP -*-
    
    - TINGLE THE MAPMAKER
    OWNER: TINGLE
    HOURS: 1ST - 3RD, 6:00 - 6:00 AM
    ITEMS FOR SALE:
    NAME                QUANTITY   PRICE       REQUIREMENTS
    WOODFALL MAP         1          20 RUPEES  NONE
    SNOWHEAD MAP         1          40 RUPEES  NONE
    GAMES TO PLAY: NONE
    
    - SWAMP SHOOTING GALLERY
    OWNER: UNKNOWN (I like to call him Hagrid :)
    HOURS: 1ST - 3RD, 6:00 AM - 10:00 PM
    ITEMS FOR SALE: NONE
    GAMES TO PLAY:
    NAME                 PRICE         PRIZE                REQUIREMENTS
    TARGET SHOOTING       20 RUPEES    BIG QUIVER           PERFECT SCORE
                                       BIGGEST QUIVER       PERFECT SCORE,
                                                            BIG QUIVER FROM TOWN
                                       PIECE OF HEART       PERFECT SCORE,
                                                            BIGGEST QUIVER
    
    - DEKU SALESMAN -
    OWNER: DEKU SCRUB
    HOURS: 1ST - 3RD, 6:00 - 6:00 AM
    ITEMS FOR SALE:
    NAME                QUANTITY   PRICE       REQUIREMENTS
    MAGIC BEANS          1          10 RUPEES  BOUGHT BEANS FROM DEKU PALACE,
                                               DEKU MASK
    GAMES TO PLAY: NONE
    
    - SWAMP TOURIST INFO -
    OWNER: TINGLE'S FATHER
    HOURS: 1ST - 3RD, 6:00 - 6:00 AM
    ITEMS FOR SALE: NONE
    GAMES TO PLAY:
    NAME                 PRICE         PRIZE                 REQUIREMENTS
    KOUME'S BOAT CRUISE   10 (1ST FREE)ACCESS TO DEKU PALACE SAVE KOUME
    SWAMP PICTURE CONTEST FREE         20 RUPEES / CRUISE    PICTURE OF BIGOCTO,
                                                             SAVE KOUME
                                       PIECE OF HEART        PICTURE OF TINGLE ON
                                                             ROUTE TO SWAMP
    KOUME'S SHOOTING GAME ?            PIECE OF HEART        BEAT ODOWLA, SCORE 30
    
    - KOTAKE'S SHOP -
    OWNER: KOTAKE
    HOURS: 1ST - 3RD, 6:00 - 6:00 AM
    ITEMS FOR SALE:
    NAME                QUANTITY   PRICE       REQUIREMENTS
    RED POTION           1          20 RUPEES  EMPTY BOTTLE
    GREEN POTION         1          10 RUPEES  EMPTY BOTTLE
    BLUE POTION          1          FREE / 60  MASK OF SCENTS, GIVE A MUSHROOM TO
                                               KOTAKE, GET IT FREE, EMPTY BOTTLE
    
    -*- DEKU PALACE -*-
    
    - MAGIC BEAN SALESMAN -
    OWNER: MAGIC BEAN SALESMAN
    HOURS: 1ST - 3RD, 6:00 - 6:00 AM
    ITEMS FOR SALE:
    NAME                QUANTITY   PRICE       REQUIREMENTS
    MAGIC BEANS          1         FREE        HAVEN'T GOTTEN FREE SAMPLE
                         1          10 RUPEES  ALREADY GOT FREE SAMPLE
    GAMES TO PLAY: NONE
    
    -*- MOUNTAIN VILLAGE -*-
    
    - MOUNTAIN SMITHY -
    OWNER: ZUBORA
    HOURS: 1ST - 3RD, 6:00 - 6:00 AM
    ITEMS FOR SALE:
    NAME                QUANTITY   PRICE       REQUIREMENTS
    RAZOR SWORD          1 (TEMP.) 100 RUPEES  HERO'S SWORD, MELTED FORGE
    GILDED SWORD         1 (PERM.) FREE        GILDED SWORD, GOLD DUST
    GAMES TO PLAY: NONE
    
    - TINGLE THE MAPMAKER -
    OWNER: TINGLE
    HOURS: 1ST - 3RD, 6:00 - 6:00 AM
    ITEMS FOR SALE:
    NAME                QUANTITY   PRICE       REQUIREMENTS
    SNOWHEAD MAP         1          20 RUPEES  NONE
    ROMANI RANCH MAP     1          40 RUPEES  NONE
    GAMES TO PLAY: NONE
    
    -*- GORON VILLAGE -*-
    
    - POWDER KEG SHOP -
    OWNER: MEDIGORON
    HOURS: 1ST - 3RD, 6:00 - 6:00 AM
    ITEMS FOR SALE:
    NAME                QUANTITY   PRICE       REQUIREMENTS
    POWDER KEG           1         100 RUPEES  FIRE ARROW OR GHOT DEFEATED,
                                               POWDER KEG CERTIFIED
    GAMES TO PLAY: NONE
    
    - DEKU SCRUB -
    OWNER: DEKU SCRUB
    HOURS: 1ST - 3RD, 6:00 - 6:00 AM
    ITEMS FOR SALE:
    NAME                QUANTITY   PRICE       REQUIREMENTS
    BIGGEST BOMB BAG     1         200 RUPEES  BIG BOMB BAG, GORON MASK
    GAMES TO PLAY: NONE
    
    - GORON SHOP -
    OWNER: UNKNOWN
    HOURS: 1ST - 3RD, 6:00 - 6:00 AM
    ITEMS FOR SALE:
    NAME                QUANTITY   PRICE       REQUIREMENTS
    (WINTER)
    ARROW               10          40 RUPEES  HERO'S BOW
    BOMB                10          40 RUPEES  BOMB BAG
    RED POTION           1          80 RUPEES  EMPTY BOTTLE
    (SPRING)
    ARROW               10          20 RUPEES  HERO'S BOW
    BOMB                10          10 RUPEES  BOMB BAG
    RED POTION           1          50 RUPEES  EMPTY BOTTLE
    GAMES TO PLAY: NONE
    
    -*- GORON RACETRACK -*-
    
    - GORON RACETRACK -
    OWNER: THE GORONS
    HOURS: 1ST - 3RD, 6:00 - 6:00 AM
    ITEMS FOR SALE: NONE
    GAMES TO PLAY:
    NAME                 PRICE         PRIZE                REQUIREMENTS
    GORON RACE           FREE          GOLD DUST + BOTTLE   GHOT DEFEATED,
                                                            GORON MASK
    -*- MILK ROAD -*-
    
    - TINGLE THE MAPMAKER -
    OWNER: TINGLE
    HOURS: 1ST - 3RD, 6:00 - 6:00 AM
    ITEMS FOR SALE:
    NAME                QUANTITY   PRICE       REQUIREMENTS
    ROMANI RANCH MAP     1          20 RUPEES  NONE
    GREAT BAY COAST MAP  1          40 RUPEES  NONE
    
    - GORMAN RACETRACK -
    OWNERS: GORMAN BROS.
    HOURS: ?
    ITEMS FOR SALE:
    NAME                QUANTITY   PRICE       REQUIREMENT
    MILK                 1          ?          EMPTY BOTTLE
    GAMES TO PLAY:
    NAME                 PRICE         PRIZE                REQUIREMENTS
    GORMAN RACE           ?            GARO MASK            BEAT BOTH BROTHERS
    
    -*- ROMANI RANCH -*-
    
    - DOGGY RACETRACK -
    OWNER: MAMAYU YAN
    HOURS: 1ST - 3RD, 6:00 AM - 8:00 PM
    ITEMS FOR SALE: NONE
    GAMES TO PLAY:
    NAME                 PRICE         PRIZE                REQUIREMENTS
    DOGGY RACE           10-90 RUPEES  TRIPLE WINNINGS      1ST PLACE
                                       DOUBLE WINNINGS      2ND PLACE
                                       MONEY BACK           3RD - 5TH PLACE
                                       PIECE OF HEART       WIN 150+ RUPEES
    
    -*- GREAT BAY -*-
    
    - TINGLE THE MAPMAKER -
    OWNER: TINGLE
    HOURS: 1ST - 3RD, 6:00 - 6:00 AM
    ITEMS FOR SALE:
    NAME                QUANTITY   PRICE       REQUIREMENTS
    GREAT BAY COAST MAP  1          20 RUPEES  NONE
    STONE TOWER MAP      1          40 RUPEES  NONE
    GAMES TO PLAY: NONE
    
    - JUMPING GAME -
    OWNER: FISHERMAN
    HOURS: 1ST - 3RD, 7:00 AM - 4:00 PM, 7:00 PM - 4:00 AM
    ITEMS FOR SALE: NONE
    GAMES TO PLAY:
    NAME                 PRICE         PRIZE           REQUIREMENTS
    JUMPING GAME          20 RUPEES    PIECE OF HEART  GYORG DEFEATED, 20 POINTS
    
    -*- ZORA CAPE -*-
    
    - BEAVER RIVER -
    OWNERS: BEAVER BROTHERS
    HOURS: 1ST - 3RD, 6:00 - 6:00 AM
    ITEMS FOR SALE: NONE
    GAMES TO PLAY:
    NAME                 PRICE         PRIZE           REQUIREMENTS
    LITTLE BROTHER RACE  FREE          NONE            SWIM THROUGH 20 RINGS
    BIG BROTHER RACE     FREE          EMPTY BOTTLE    BEAT LITTLE BROTHER,
                                                       SWIM THROUGH 25 RINGS
    LI'L BROTHER RACE #2 FREE          NONE            BEAT BIG BROTHER
                                                       SWIM THROUGH 20 RINGS
    BIG BROTHER RACE #2  FREE          PIECE OF HEART  BEAT LITTLE BROTHER 2ND TIME
                                                       SWIM THROUGH 25 RINGS
    
    -*- ZORA HALL -*-
    
    - ZORA SHOP -
    OWNER: A ZORA
    HOURS: 1ST - 3RD, 6:00 - 6:00 AM
    ITEMS FOR SALE:
    NAME                QUANTITY   PRICE       REQUIREMENTS
    ARROW               10          20 RUPEES  HERO'S BOW
    HERO'S SHIELD        1          90 RUPEES  MISSING YOUR SHIELD
    RED POTION           1          60 RUPEES  EMPTY BOTTLE
    GAMES TO PLAY: NONE
    
    - DEKU SCRUB -
    OWNER: DEKU SCRUB
    HOURS: 1ST - 3RD, 6:00 - 6:00 AM
    ITEMS FOR SALE:
    NAME                QUANTITY   PRICE       REQUIREMENTS
    GREEN POTION         1          40 RUPEES  EMPTY BOTTLE, ZORA MASK
    GAMES TO PLAY: NONE
    
    -*- IKANA CANYON -*-
    
    - DEKU SCRUB -
    OWNER: DEKU SCRUB
    HOURS: 1ST - 3RD, 6:00 - 6:00 AM
    ITEMS FOR SALE:
    NAME                QUANTITY   PRICE       REQUIREMENTS
    BLUE POTION          1         100 RUPEES  EMPTY BOTTLE
    GAMES TO PLAY: NONE
    
    - TINGLE THE MAPMAKER -
    OWNER: TINGLE
    HOURS: 1ST - 3RD, 6:00 - 6:00 AM
    ITEMS FOR SALE:
    NAME                QUANTITY   PRICE       REQUIREMENTS
    CLOCK TOWN MAP       1          40 RUPEES  NONE
    STONE TOWER MAP      1          40 RUPEES  NONE
    GAMES TO PLAY: NONE
    
    - SPIRIT HOUSE -
    OWNER: ONE-EYED GUY
    HOURS: 1ST - 3RD, 6:00 - 6:00 AM
    ITEMS FOR SALE: NONE
    GAMES TO PLAY:
    NAME                 PRICE         PRIZE                REQUIREMENTS
    SPIRIT HEALING        30 RUPEES    PIECE OF HEART       BEAT ALL FOUR POES
    
     _______
    |ENEMIES|
    |———————|
    
    Here's a list of all the enemies, mini-bosses, and bosses in the game (exclud-
    ing info on the final boss, of course). Enemies that are returning from Ocarina
    of Time have "-" marks around them, and new enemies have "=" marks around
    them. Enemies with "-=" and "=-" around it are returning, but are slightly
    different.
    
    -*- ENEMIES -*-
    
    - ARMOS -
    DESCRIPTION: A large stone statue, round, carries small sword.
    USUALLY FOUND: Stone Tower Temple.
    WAY IT ATTACKS: Bounces around, explodes.
    HOW TO KILL IT: Hit it once (Goron punch works). Run away and let it explode.
    
    -= BAD BAT =-
    DESCRIPTION: Identical to the Keese
    USUALLY FOUND: Outside temples
    WAY IT ATTACKS: Flies towards you.
    HOW TO KILL IT: Shoot it down with an arrow.
    
    - BEAMOS -
    DESCRIPTION: A rotating eye on top of a stone base.
    USUALLY FOUND: Stone Tower Temple.
    WAY IT ATTACKS: Shoots blue beams at you (use Mirror Shield to defend).
    HOW TO KILL IT: Use a Bomb or the Blast Mask
    
    - BIG POE -
    DESCRIPTION: A big ugly ghost.
    USUALLY FOUND: Ikana area.
    WAY IT ATTACKS: Flies through air and attacks.
    HOW TO KILL IT: Shield up, bounce it off, then shoot it with an arrow before it
    recovers.
    
    = BIO DEKU BABA =
    DESCRIPTION: A blue plant with green arms, hangs from a lily pad.
    USUALLY FOUND: Great Bay Temple, elsewhere.
    WAY IT ATTACKS: Snaps at you, throws you off its pad if you jump onto it.
    HOW TO KILL IT: Use Mikau's boomerang fin attack to kill the blue part (if you
    hit the green part, it will fall off and run around).
    
    = BLACK BOE =
    DESCRIPTION: A small black shadow with orange glowing eyes (blends into dark
    spaces).
    USUALLY FOUND: Woodfall Temple, elsewhere.
    WAY IT ATTACKS: Often attacks in swarms.
    HOW TO KILL IT: Hit it with your sword (a fairly weak enemy). Use the Goron
    Pound or the Spin Attack if you're attacked by a large swarm.
    
    -= BLUE BUBBLE =-
    DESCRIPTION: A floating skull surrounded by blue flames.
    USUALLY FOUND: Termina Field (night), Ikana, elsewhere.
    WAY IT ATTACKS: If the blue flames touch you, you will temporarily be jinxed,
    and you won't be able to use your sword until the jinx wears off (about one
    minute).
    HOW TO KILL IT: Stone Mask helps. Z-Target, shield up, then walk up to it. Hit
    it with your shield to make the flames disappear, then attack the skull with
    your sword.
    
    = BLUE CHUCHU =
    DESCRIPTION: A pale blue blob with eyes.
    USUALLY FOUND: Great Bay Temple.
    WAY IT ATTACKS: Jumps towards you.
    HOW TO KILL IT: A very weak enemy, the Blue Chuchu is the only kind of Chuchu
    that doesn't hold anything in it's stomach. It's only use is to freeze it with
    the Ice Arrow and use it to climb up to high places.
    
    - BLUE TEKTITE -
    DESCRIPTION: A spidery-like monster with four yellow legs and a blue body.
    USUALLY FOUND: Northern Mountains.
    WAY IT ATTACKS: Hides in snow, then jumps out suddenly to attack.
    HOW TO KILL IT: A weak enemy, use your sword to take it out.
    
    - DEKU BABA -
    DESCRIPTION: A round, blue mouth on a long green stalk.
    USUALLY FOUND: Southern Swamp.
    WAY IT ATTACKS: Either lunges at you, or raises and makes chomping noise.
    HOW TO KILL IT: Use your shield if it lunges, then chop it with your sword.
    
    = DESBREKO =
    DESCRIPTION: A bigger fish.
    USUALLY FOUND: Battle against Gyorg.
    WAY IT ATTACKS: Swarms around you.
    HOW TO KILL IT: Use the electric shield.
    
    = DEXIHAND =
    DESCRIPTION: A withered blue hand.
    USUALLY FOUND: Great Bay Temple, elsewhere.
    WAY IT ATTACKS: Grabs you and throws you (doesn't do damage).
    HOW TO KILL IT: Use Mikau's electric shield or boomerang fin attack.
    
    - DINOFOLS -
    DESCRIPTION: A medium-sized fire-breathing dinosaur on two legs.
    USUALLY FOUND: Snowhead Temple, TwinMold Moon Dungeon.
    WAY IT ATTACKS: Breaths fire and attacks with sword.
    HOW TO KILL IT: Z-Target it, shield, dodge the flames, then jump attack.
    
    -= DODONGO =-
    DESCRIPTION: A very large two-legged lizard.
    USUALLY FOUND: North of Clock Town in Termina Field.
    WAY IT ATTACKS: Turns towards you and breathes fire.
    HOW TO KILL IT: Dodge fire, then jump attack the tail. BIG TIP! Defeat it
    repeatedly for easy rupees (50 per Dodongo!).
    
    = DRAGONFLY =
    DESCRIPTION: Large dragonfly with an electric tail.
    USUALLY FOUND: Southern Swamp, Woodfall Temple, elsewhere.
    WAY IT ATTACKS: Flies towards you, attacks with electric tail.
    HOW TO KILL IT: Use shield to guard against electric tail, then kill with your
    sword / Bow.
    
    = EENO =
    DESCRIPTION: Snow monster that sticks out of the snow.
    USUALLY FOUND: North of Clock Town in Termina Field, Snowhead Temple.
    WAY IT ATTACKS: Throws snowballs.
    HOW TO KILL IT: Shoot it with a Fire Arrow, use your sword, etc.
    
    - FIRE KEESE -
    DESCRIPTION: A bat on fire that flies around
    USUALLY FOUND: Everywhere.
    WAY IT ATTACKS: Flies towards you, sets you on fire if it comes in contact.
    HOW TO KILL IT: Shoot it with the Hero's Bow.
    
    - FLOORMASTER -
    DESCRIPTION: A large brown hand.
    USUALLY FOUND: Ikana.
    WAY IT ATTACKS: Flies towards you.
    HOW TO KILL IT: Attack it with your sword (or shine light on it with your
    mirror shield), then kill the three mini-hands it leaves. If you don't kill
    them quickly, they'll grow into more Floormasters.
    
    - FREEZARD -
    DESCRIPTION: A pillar of ice.
    USUALLY FOUND: Snowhead Temple.
    WAY IT ATTACKS: Breaths ice (if it touches you, you'll be frozen temporarily).
    HOW TO KILL IT: Hit it three times with your sword, or shoot it with a Fire
    Arrow.
    
    = GARO =
    DESCRIPTION: A small hooded creature with two glowing eyes. Only appears if
    you're wearing the Garo Mask. Gives useful hint before dying (without leaving a
    corpse).
    USUALLY FOUND: Ikana.
    WAY IT ATTACKS: Jumps at you with two swords.
    HOW TO KILL IT: Stay inside the ring of fire, z-target, raise your shield, then
    wait for it to attack. After it bounces off, jump attack it before it recovers.
    Listen to it's advice before it dies without leaving a corpse.
    
    = GIANT BEE =
    DESCRIPTION: A large yellow bee.
    USUALLY FOUND: Everywhere.
    WAY IT ATTACKS: Flies towards you.
    HOW TO KILL IT: Shoot it or kill it with your sword.
    
    -= GOLD SKULLTULA =-
    DESCRIPTION: A medium-sized spider with a gold skull.
    USUALLY FOUND: Skulltula houses.
    WAY IT ATTACKS: Crawls around :)
    HOW TO KILL IT: Sword or hookshot, then take the golden token left behind (use
    the hookshot to reel in distant tokens).
    
    = GREEN CHUCHU =
    DESCRIPTION: Clear green blob.
    USUALLY FOUND: Everywhere.
    WAY IT ATTACKS: Hops around.
    HOW TO KILL IT: Use sword, leaves behind a magic jar.
    
    - GUAY -
    DESCRIPTION: A black crow-like bird with a large orange beak.
    USUALLY FOUND: Everywhere.
    WAY IT ATTACKS: Flies towards you.
    HOW TO KILL IT: Shoot it with the Bow (it's no fun to use the sword, Guays are
    always fun to kill from a distance, good target practice :)
    
    = HIPLOOP =
    DESCRIPTION: Small monster, sometimes with an iron mask later in the game.
    USUALLY FOUND: Woodfall, Stone Tower Temple.
    WAY IT ATTACKS: Runs towards you.
    HOW TO KILL IT: In Woodfall, use deku bubbles twice to kill it. Later, use the
    hookshot to remove its protective mask, then kill it.
    
    - ICE KEESE -
    DESCRIPTION: A small bat surrounded by icy blue flames.
    USUALLY FOUND: Northern Mountains.
    WAY IT ATTACKS: Flies towards you, freezes you if it comes in contact.
    HOW TO KILL IT: Shoot it with the Bow.
    
    - IRON KNUCKLE -
    DESCRIPTION: A very large knight in armor armed with a giant axe.
    USUALLY FOUND: Ikana Graveyard.
    WAY IT ATTACKS: Slowly walks towards you, then does major damage with its
    gigantic axe.
    HOW TO KILL IT: Lure it close to you, quickly jump to the side, wait for it to
    get its axe stuck, then jump attack it. Above all, dodge the axe at all cost.
    Use the defensive maneuvers like side jumping and back flipping.
    
    - KEESE -
    DESCRIPTION: A small black bat.
    USUALLY FOUND: Everywhere.
    WAY IT ATTACKS: Flies towards you.
    HOW TO KILL IT: Shoot it with the Bow.
    
    - LEEVER -
    DESCRIPTION: Cone-shaped green monster that hides in sand.
    USUALLY FOUND: Great Bay.
    WAY IT ATTACKS: Pops out of the sand and spins around.
    HOW TO KILL IT: Use the sword or let Epona stomp it.
    
    - LIKE LIKE -
    DESCRIPTION: Large cylandrical blob.
    USUALLY FOUND: Great Bay.
    WAY IT ATTACKS: Sucks you inside, then usually steals one of your items
    (especially your Hero's Shield).
    HOW TO KILL IT: Shoot it with arrows or kill it with your sword to retrieve
    any stolen items (or to get lots of rupees). NOTE: Using the hookshot will
    freeze it, but it will also pull you right up close to it. Kill it or get away
    before it awakes.
    
    -= MAD SCRUB =-
    DESCRIPTION: Yellow-colored Deku scrub.
    USUALLY FOUND: Woodfall.
    WAY IT ATTACKS: Shoots Deku Nuts at you.
    HOW TO KILL IT: Sword or arrows.
    
    = MINI DEKU BABA =
    DESCRIPTION: The mouth of a Deku Baba that pops out of the ground and snaps.
    USUALLY FOUND: Southern Swamp.
    WAY IT ATTACKS: Uh... annoys you?
    HOW TO KILL IT: Hit it with your sword.
    
    - OCTOROK -
    DESCRIPTION: Small purple octopus that floats in water.
    USUALLY FOUND: Great Bay Temple, Ikana.
    WAY IT ATTACKS: Shoots rocks at you.
    HOW TO KILL IT: Use your shield to bounce the rocks back at it. Also useful if
    you freeze it with the Ice Arrow.
    
    - POE -
    DESCRIPTION: A ghost that carries a small lantern.
    USUALLY FOUND: Stone Tower Temple.
    WAY IT ATTACKS: Disappears, then spins around and hits you with its lantern.
    HOW TO KILL IT: Hit it when it reappears.
    
    = REAL BOMBCHU =
    DESCRIPTION: A light brown mouse with a purple bomb on its tail.
    USUALLY FOUND: Everywhere.
    WAY IT ATTACKS: Crawls over any obstacle, walks on walls, ceilings, etc. Uses
    "divine wind" tactics.
    HOW TO KILL IT: Z-Target, raise shield, let Bombchu bounce off, then it will
    explode. Also use an arrow, but DON'T use the hookshot, it pulls the Bombchu to
    you and blows up in your face. If you're travelling through a swarm of them,
    be sure to call Epona if you can, since you're invincible while riding Epona.
    
    -= RED BUBBLE =-
    DESCRIPTION: A skull surrounded by a bright orange flame.
    USUALLY FOUND: Snowhead Temple.
    WAY IT ATTACKS: Similar to Blue Bubble.
    HOW TO KILL IT: Similar to Blue Bubble.
    
    = RED CHUCHU =
    DESCRIPTION: Clear pink blob.
    USUALLY FOUND: Everywhere.
    WAY IT ATTACKS: Bounces towards you.
    HOW TO KILL IT: Use your sword to get a rupee or a refill heart.
    
    - SHELL BLADE -
    DESCRIPTION: Clam-like enemy.
    USUALLY FOUND: Great Bay Temple.
    WAY IT ATTACKS: Bounces through water and hits you.
    HOW TO KILL IT: Use Mikau to kill it when it opens it's shell.
    
    = SKULLFISH =
    DESCRIPTION: A fishy skeleton.
    USUALLY FOUND: Great Bay, Great Bay Temple.
    WAY IT ATTACKS: Swims towards you and attacks.
    HOW TO KILL IT: Use Mikau's electric shield.
    
    -= SKULLTULA =-
    DESCRIPTION: A very large spider with a face like a skull.
    USUALLY FOUND: Everywhere.
    WAY IT ATTACKS: Hangs out above, then drops down to attack. Spins around and
    hits you if you get too close. More dangerous than the pitiful Ocarina of Time
    skulltulas.
    HOW TO KILL IT: Use the hookshot or some other long-range weapon (sword works,
    but not as well, hit it on it's soft back).
    
    = SNAPPER =
    DESCRIPTION: A turtle with spikes around its body.
    USUALLY FOUND: Southern Swamp, Woodfall Temple.
    WAY IT ATTACKS: Pulls in head and legs, then spins around and attacks.
    HOW TO KILL IT: Bomb it, or use the burrow-and-pop strategy as a Deku Scrub.
    
    -= STALCHILD =-
    DESCRIPTION: Small skeleton.
    USUALLY FOUND: Ikana Graveyard, Oceanside Skulltula House.
    WAY IT ATTACKS: Hits you with its hand.
    HOW TO KILL IT: You actually don't want to kill it, you want to talk to it. Put
    on the Captain's Hat and speak to it to get info, hints, or help. Once it's
    done, it will kill itself if you order it to.
    
    = TAKKURI =
    DESCRIPTION: A large vulture-like bird.
    USUALLY FOUND: Termina Field (near Milk Road).
    WAY IT ATTACKS: Hits you and steals items from you. Use the Song of Time to
    get important items back, or buy them back from the Curiosity Shop (I'm not
    totally sure of how this works, since I've never been dumb enough to let them
    steal an item from me).
    HOW TO KILL IT: Best way to earn fast rupees. Wear the Stone Mask, then shoot
    it with arrows to kill it. If you wear the Stone Mask, it won't steal any items
    from you. If you don't have the Stone Mask yet, use Epona. If you don't have
    Epona yet, follow Tatl's advice: run.
    
    = WHITE BOE =
    DESCRIPTION: A small white ball, just like the Black Boe except white.
    USUALLY FOUND: Northern Mountains, Snowhead Temple.
    WAY IT ATTACKS: Attacks in swarms, does twice the damage of a Black Boe.
    HOW TO KILL IT: Same way you kill a Black Boe, just kill it.
    
    - WHITE WOLFOS -
    DESCRIPTION: A white wolf with a loud howl.
    USUALLY FOUND: Northern Mountains, Snowhead Temple.
    WAY IT ATTACKS: Runs around you and slashes you with its claws.
    HOW TO KILL IT: Z-Target, then stab it right before it attacks (it'll block all
    other attacks, but how could an animal have something that blocks sword attacks
    on it's arms?).
    
    - WOLFOS -
    DESCRIPTION: Identical to a White Wolfos, only black and gray colored.
    USUALLY FOUND: Mountains after defeating Ghot, route to swamp at night.
    WAY IT ATTACKS: Exactly like White Wolfos.
    HOW TO KILL IT: Exactly like White Wolfos.
    
    = YELLOW CHUCHU =
    DESCRIPTION: A yellowish colored blob.
    USUALLY FOUND: Everywhere
    WAY IT ATTACKS: Bounces around.
    HOW TO KILL IT: Hit it with your sword to get more arrows.
    
    -*- MINI-BOSSES -*-
    
    = GEKKO =
    DESCRIPTION: A bright orange and black gecko with razor teeth.
    LOCATION: Woodfall Temple, Great Bay Temple
    WAY IT ATTACKS: In Woodfall, it rides atop a Snapper. In Great Bay, it uses a
    large blob of green goo to trap you, then pummel you.
    HOW TO KILL IT: In Woodfall, use the burrow-and-pop strategy to knock it off
    the Snapper, then shoot it with the Hero's Bow. In Great Bay, attack it with
    the sword or arrows, then freeze the green goo with the Ice Arrow BEFORE it
    falls on top of you.
    
    = GOMESS =
    DESCRIPTION: A giant Grim-Reaper with a giant scythe.
    LOCATION: Stone Tower Temple
    WAY IT ATTACKS: Flies around and attacks with its giant scythe.
    HOW TO KILL IT: Shoot it with a Light Arrow to chase away his protective swarm
    of bats, then jump-attack it.
    
    = DINOFOLS =
    DESCRIPTION: A large lizard who walks on two legs.
    LOCATION: Woodfall Temple, Ikana Shrine
    WAY IT ATTACKS: Breaths fire.
    HOW TO KILL IT: Defend yourself then attack it with your sword.
    
    = MASTER GARO =
    DESCRIPTION: The soul of a ninja living in a purple robe with two swords.
    LOCATION: Stone Tower Temple, Ikana Shrine
    WAY IT ATTACKS: Flies around and attacks with its swords.
    HOW TO KILL IT: Use Bombs to attack him, or the Ice Arrow to immobilize him
    (using the Ice Arrow can be tough, so get close and use the Blast Mask and
    Bombs). Also, you can use the spin attack if you need to (even better if you
    have the Great Fairy Sword).
    
    = WART =
    DESCRIPTION: Returning from The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past. A giant
    eyeball surrounded by many smaller eyeballs
    LOCATION: Great Bay Temple, Ikana Shrine
    WAY IT ATTACKS: Slowly moves towards you, eventually releases all smaller eyes
    and rolls around the room crashing into you.
    HOW TO KILL IT: Use the hookshot to remove the small eyes and kill them with
    your sword. Once enough of them are gone, shoot the giant eye with an arrow
    when it opens. Once all the small eyes fall off, use the spin-attack to kill
    them off, then use the spin attack to kill the giant eye. Another way is to
    hang out in a corner, then shoot it in the eye with arrows.
    
    = WIZROBE =
    DESCRIPTION: Another returning enemy from previous Zelda games. A blue-skinned
    wizard.
    LOCATION: Snowhead Temple, Stone Tower Temple, Ikana Shrine
    WAY IT ATTACKS: Shoots energy balls at you.
    HOW TO KILL IT: Look for a small red dot on the map in the corner (only if you
    have the compass, it's a lot tougher if you don't). This tells you where the
    real one is coming up. Wait for him to rise and start dancing before you shoot
    him with an arrow.
    
    -*- BOSSES -*-
    
    = ODOWLA =
    DESCRIPTION: A very large jungle warrior with a huge sword. Dances and sings.
    LOCATION: Woodfall Temple
    WAY IT ATTACKS: Dances around the room, attacks with its huge sword, then
    leaps away to dodge your attacks.
    HOW TO KILL IT: Use your shield to protect yourself, then stab it in the legs
    with your sword. Bombs work well too, especially against the small bugs he
    sends after you.
    
    = GHOT =
    DESCRIPTION: A large mechanical monster with four legs, runs around a circualar
    tunnel.
    LOCATION: Snowhead Temple
    WAY IT ATTACKS: Runs around, knocks stalagtites and rocks, shoots lightning
    bolts, throws bombs.
    HOW TO KILL IT: Transform into Darmani, then use the Goron Roll to attack it.
    Only attempt to attack it once your body is spiked out. Once it collapses, keep
    attacking it. Only stop once it really goes crazy and crashes.
    
    = GYORG =
    DESCRIPTION: A giant fish with a big mouth.
    LOCATION: Great Bay Temple.
    WAY IT ATTACKS: Grabs you in its mouth, chops on you a while, then spits you
    out. Does major damage.
    HOW TO KILL IT: Use Mikau's electric shield to hit it in the head. Once it's
    hit once, hit it again before it recovers. Alternate strategy: stun it with
    your boomerang fins, then shock it with the electric shield attack.
    
    = TWINMOLD =
    DESCRIPTION: Two giant insects like long caterpillars, similar to boss from A
    Link to the Past in the second temple.
    LOCATION: Stone Tower Temple.
    WAY IT ATTACKS: Flies around and doesn't do much.
    HOW TO KILL IT: Drink Chateau Romani, use Giant Mask to become huge, then
    attack both monsters with your sword in the head or end of their tail.
    
     __________
    |CHARACTERS|
    |——————————|
    
    -*- MAIN CHARACTERS -*-
    
    - LINK -
    The most important character in the game (obviously) since YOU are Link (well,
    actually, you're controlling Link, I don't know who you are). Link is a
    courageous young boy from Kokiri Forest in the land of Hyrule. Link has plenty
    of experience dealing with big ugly monsters. He's an incredible hero, but
    still remains humble.
    
    - DEKU BUTLER'S SON -
    Link's smaller, wooden form, Deku Link can do many strange but useful things.
    At the beginning of the game, Link can't turn himself back into his hylian form
    until he recovers the Ocarina of Time and talks to the Happy Mask Salesman.
    Deku Link can use a simple spin attack by pressing A, he can blow bubbles using
    B, and he can fly for a short distance by burrowing into the pink flowers
    (press and hold the A button, then release after the dust pops out). Deku Link
    can't swim, but he can hop up to five times across the water.
    
    - DARMANI -
    Once Link gets the Goron Mask from Darmani, he can turn himself into the buff,
    rock-munching goron warrior, Darmani. All the gorons recognize Darmani as the
    strongest goron in the land. Press B to punch, uppercut, then butt-smash the
    baddies (and that's one big goron butt). Press A to curl up, then press B to
    jump, then pound. While pressing A, push on the control stick to roll around.
    Build up speed, then, if you have magic, you can mow down monsters and run the
    ramps once you have spikes sticking out of your body. It looks like he should
    go on a diet, since all those rocks have made him heavy as a boulder. And, as
    most smart people know, boulders sink in deep water. So does Darmani. And, as
    most smart people know, heavy boulders, even living ones, have a tough time
    jumping. So does Darmani.
    
    - MIKAU -
    After Mikau leaves you his guitar and his spirit in the form of a mask, you can
    become the sleek, athletic, guitar-playing Zora himself. The control descrip-
    tions are hard to explain, but easy to figure out, so I'll do my best. To sink,
    (SINK SINK! you mean dive dive! oh, you're right, that is a sink... sorry,
    inside joke) press B, to surface, press A. While in the water (but not walking
    around on the bottom), press and hold A again to swim forward. Press R to form
    an electric shield around you (when walking on the bottom, press R and B).
    Press B to punch, chop, and flip-kick. Press and hold B, then release to use
    your fins as boomerangs. Mikau can also jump the farthest. YAY!
    
    - EPONA -
    Link's trusty horse. He goes riding through the Lost Woods one day, looking for
    Navi, when the Skull Kid steals the Ocarina of Time and rides off with Epona.
    Once you can use the Powder Kegs, you can learn Epona's Song from Romani at
    Romani Ranch. Use this song to call Epona from anywhere she can reach you and
    she'll come galloping towards you.
    
    - TATL -
    This fairy is better than Navi in some ways, and worse in others. A lot of
    people must have complained to Nintendo after Navi's repetitive "Hey! Look!
    Listen! Watch out!" This fairy just goes "Ding ding ding!" to get your atten-
    tion. Though this may seem like an improvement, she's not a very nice fairy,
    especially compared to Navi. She used to follow the Skull Kid around, along
    with her brother, Tael, helping him play tricks on people. Now, she's helping
    you find the Skull Kid. Her attitude could use some improvement, and she often
    assumes that you know how to defeat enemies, and then, in a rather insulting
    way, says something like "Don't tell me you don't know about [insert enemy name
    here]" whenever you ask for help.
    
    - TAEL -
    Tatl's little brother. He's purple colored. He cares a lot about his sister,
    and will give you and Tatl a hint early on about where to find the Four Giants.
    
    NOTE: Tatl's name is pronounced like "tattle," and Tael's name is pronounced
    like the word "tale" or "tail." Why, you ask? Try saying both their names like
    this in order... :-)
    
    - SKULL KID -
    Before the Skull Kid stole Majora's Mask, he was lonely, without any friends.
    Then he met Tatl and Tael, two fairy siblings. The trio began playing tricks
    and stealing things. Not only did they steal Link's Ocarina and his horse,
    Epona, the Skull Kid also stole Majora's Mask from the Happy Mask Salesman.
    The Majora's Mask, an evil, powerful mask, gave the Skull Kid incredible
    powers. Using the powers of the mask, the Skull Kid caused all sorts of
    problems for the inhabitants of Termina. Worst of all, he's using the power
    to control the moon.... or is he?
    
    - MAJORA'S MASK -
    This evil mask was used by an ancient tribe in it's hexing rituals. It's evil
    powers are extremely strong and shouldn't be underestimated.
    
    -*- BOMBERS' NOTEBOOK CHARACTERS -*-
    
    KEY
    !=! (important event)
    &=RED BOW (received a gift)
    @=MASK (received a mask)
    
    Characters returning from Ocarina of Time have -'s around their name, while new
    characters have ='s around their name. Characters with -= and =- around their
    name are returning, but are slightly different.
    
    
    -= BOMBERS =-
    BACKGROUND: The Bombers are a gang of little kids devoted to helping people and
    solving their problems. There are six members, including one leader (red
    bandana, named Jim), four other members (blue bandanas) and one hideout guard
    (yellow bandana).
    SCHEDULE: 
                1!                         1!                       1!
    |========================||========================||========================|
    |========================||========================||========================|
                2&                         2&                       2&
     
    1: SECRET CODE
    TIME: 1st - 3rd, 6:00 am - 6:00 am
    As a human, pop the balloon in North Clock Town and take the challenge from the
    Bomber leader. Find all five Bombers before sunrise to win. They'll give you
    their secret code, which will be permanently recorded in your notebook.
    
    2: BOMBERS' NOTEBOOK
    TIME: 1st - 3rd, 6:00 am - 6:00 am
    Your other prize from the Bombers is acceptance into their club. As a member,
    you'll get an officail Bombers' Notebook.
    
    
    - ANJU -
    BACKGROUND: Anju is the Innkeeper of the Stock Pot Inn. She's not the most
    organized person in the world, and she often gets reservations mixed up. She's
    Kafei's fiancι, but he seems to be missing. Your job is to find him and help
    reunite the two lovers. Her cooking is horrible, and she the bad habit of being
    quick to apologize.
    SCHEDULE:
             1!         3!                 5!              5!                   6@
    |--------==-------=======||------------===---------||======-----------------=|
    |---------=====---=======||------------------------||------------------------|
                2!      4!
    
    1: ROOM KEY
    TIME: 1st, 1:50 - 4:10 pm
    After the postman leaves, wait until 1:50 and talk to Anju at the Stock Pot
    Inn. Tell her you have a reservation and she'll find your name. She'll give you
    the Room Key. How'd you have a reservation? Well, the Goron Postman's name is
    Link-goro, or whatever you named your character plus -goro. Anju mistakes his
    reservation for your reservation. Now the poor Goron Postman has to sleep out-
    side where the air is damp-goro, tomorrow is rain-goro, goro-goro....
    
    2: ARRANGE RENDEZVOUS
    TIME: 1st, afternoon
    Put on Kafei's Mask and talk to Anju to arrange a meeting in the Inn Kitchen at
    11 pm, first day.
    
    3: MEET ANJU
    TIME: 1st, 11:30 pm - 6:00 am
    Use the room key to get inside the inn after 8 pm, or use the deku flower to
    reach the upstairs door that's always unlocked. Go to the kitchen (downstairs,
    behind the front desk) and wait for Anju to arrive at 11:30 pm. Talk to her.
    
    4: RECEIVE LETTER TO KAFEI
    TIME: 1st, 11:30 pm - 6:00 am
    See point 3 above. Talk to Anju to receive the Letter to Kafei. Before morning,
    put it in one of the red mailboxes all over town. The postman will pick it up
    the next morning and deliver it.
    
    5: GIVE ANJU THE PENDANT
    TIME: 2nd, 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm, 3rd, 6:00 am - 12:00 pm
    Once you receive the Pendant of Memories from Kafei, give it to Anju at the
    Inn.
    
    6: COUPLE'S MASK
    TIME: 3rd, about 5:00 am
    After you help Kafei get the Sun's Mask, warp back to town and enter Anju's
    room upstairs, the one that's always locked (employees only). Wait there for
    Kafei to come to receive the Couple's Mask.
    
    
    = KAFEI =
    BACKGROUND: Kafei is Anju's fiancι, but recently, he has disappeared. It turns
    out that the Skull Kid was up to his usual tricks. He turned the real Kafei
    into a pint-sized younger version of the blue-haired man. Now Kafei is hiding
    from the rest of the world, only coming out wearing his cherished Keaton Mask
    he received from the Curiosity Shop owner. He's hanging out in the back of the
    curiosity shop, through the door by the laundry pool. Your job is to help him
    recover the Sun's Mask that was stolen by Sakon the Thief. He also happens to
    be the son of Mayor Dotour and Madame Aroma. She'll hire you to try and find
    him.
    SCHEDULE:
                                           1!                         2!        3@
    |------------------------||----------======--------||-------------===-------=|
    
    1: RECEIVE PENDANT OF MEMORIES
    TIME: 2nd, 4:15 - 10:00 pm
    After the postman gives Anju's letter to Kafei, you can enter the back door at
    the laundry pool after 4:15 pm. Anju mentioned Link in her letter to him, so
    he'll trust you. Talk to him to find out more, and he'll give you the Pendant
    of Memories. Give it to Anju back at the Inn.
    
    2: ENTER SAKON'S HIDEOUT
    TIME: 3rd, 7:00 pm
    After you give the pendant to Anju, make sure you meet up with Kafei behind the
    rocks near Sakon's Hideout before 6 pm on the final day. At 7 pm, Sakon will
    arrive. If he doesn't see you, he'll open the door to his hideout. If he does
    see you, he'll run away. Inside the hideout, step on the first switch as Link
    to open the door, then take control of Kafei. You'll have to work together to
    get to the final room and press the two blue switches to save the mask. See the
    SIDE MISSIONS section for details.
    
    3: COUPLE'S MASK
    TIME: 3rd, about 5:00 am
    After you help Kafei get the Sun's Mask, warp back to town and enter Anju's
    room upstairs, the one that's always locked (employees only). Wait there for
    Kafei to come to receive the Couple's Mask.
    
    
    -= MAN FROM CUROSITY SHOP =-
    BACKGROUND: This guy isn't one of the best people in the game. By day, he runs
    the Trading Post next door. By night, he runs the Curiosity Shop, a store that
    can be described in one word: illegal. He will sell anything, even if it's
    stolen. But, like most people, he does have some good in him. He gave the Kea-
    ton Mask to Kafei when Kafei was young, and will give it to you after helping
    Kafei.
    SCHEDULE:
                                                                       1@
    |------------------------||------------------------||-------=================|
    |------------------------||------------------------||-------=========--------|
                                                                   2!
    
    1: RECEIVE THE KEATON MASK
    TIME: 3rd, 1:00 pm - 6:00 am
    After giving Anju the Pendant of Memories, enter the Laundry Pool Door on the
    third day and talk to the Curiosity Shop Owner to receive Kafei's Keaton Mask.
    
    2: RECEIVE THE EXPRESS MAIL TO MAMA
    TIME: 3rd, 1:00 - 10:00 pm
    See point 1 above, though you can only get the Express Mail to Mama until 10pm.
    
    
    - OLD LADY FROM BOMB SHOP -
    BACKGROUND: An old lady. She's from the Bomb Shop.
    SCHEDULE:
                       1@
    |------------------=-----||------------------------||------------------------|
    
    1: RECEIVE THE BLAST MASK
    TIME: 1st, 12:30 am
    At 12:30 am on the first day, stake out North Clock Town with your sword ready.
    Sakon the thief will attack the old lady from the Bomb shop, so hit him with
    your sword to make him drop her pack. Once he takes off, the old lady will
    reward you with the Blast Mask. DANGER: do not shoot Sakon with an arrow if you
    are actually trying to get the Blast Mask.
    
    
    - ROMANI -
    BACKGROUND: Named after the ranch itself, Romani is the younger of two sisters
    who works at the Romani Ranch. She knows that ghosts will be arriving soon to
    take away the cows, but her sister doesn't believe her. She needs someone who's
    good with a Bow to help save the ranch from the invading ghosts.
    SCHEDULE:
          1!              2!
    |============---------===||------------------------||------------------------|
    |---------------------===||------------------------||------------------------|
                          3&
    
    1: PROMISE TO HELP FIGHT "THEM"
    TIME: 1st, 6:00 am - 6:00 pm
    Blast apart the gigantic boulder blocking the trail to Romani Ranch on the 1st
    day. Talk to Romani, the little girl outside the barn. Agree to meet with her
    at 2:30 am tonight.
    
    2: SAVE COWS AND ROMANI FROM "THEM"
    TIME: 1st, 2:30 - 5:15 am
    You may have practiced on Epona, but it'll be easier on foot, or maybe on the
    roof (what else could the ladder on the back of the house be for?). Use the
    Inverted Song of Time to slow down the ghosts, then shoot them each with an
    arrow. As long as you've got good aim (like me, I like to call myself ol' one-
    shot) and/or a really big quiver, you shouldn't run out of arrows. Just make
    sure no ghosts get inside the barn between now and dawn and you'll win. If you
    do run out of arrows, then take some left behind by the ghosts or break open a
    crate.
    
    3: RECEIVE MILK BOTTLE
    TIME: 1st, 2:30 - 5:15 am
    See point 2 above (they're separate entries in the notebook). Once you save the
    ranch from "Them," talk to Romani to get your reward: Milk in a bottle! Later
    that evening, you can also practice your archery skills by saving Cremia from
    the "bandits."
    
    
    - CREMIA -
    BACKGROUND: The older of the two sisters, Cremia is in charge of Romani Ranch.
    She doesn't believe that the ranch is in danger of a ghost attack, she just
    thinks her little sister is making it up. Now that the boulder is out of the
    way, she needs to deliver a large shipment of milk to the Milk Bar.
    SCHEDULE:
                                           1!
    |------------------------||------------=-----------||------------------------|
    |------------------------||------------=-----------||------------------------|
                                           2@
    
    1: PROTECT MILK SHIPMENT FROM BANDITS
    TIME: 2nd, 6:00 pm
    After saving the ranch from "Them," wait until the evening of the second day to
    ride along with Cremia as she drives her covered wagon to town to deliver the
    milk. The gate has been closed, so she'll have to take a dangerous detour
    through the Gorman Race Track. Shoot the "bandits" (the Gorman Brothers) with
    arrows to keep them away (you have an infinite supply, maybe Cremia has a big
    stash in the wagon). Keep them away until the wagon reaches Milk Road. Cremia
    will give you the Romani Mask, and maybe a hug!
    
    2: RECEIVE ROMANI MASK
    TIME 2nd, 6:00 pm
    Protect the milk shipment from bandits to receive the Romani Mask
    
    
    = MR. DOTOUR =
    BACKGROUND: The Mayor of Clock Town, a VIP. He's stuck in a VERY long meeting
    that doesn't really need him (it's just between the carpenters and the sol-
    diers). He's the father of Kafei (notice their purple hair), and the husband of
    Madame Aroma.
    SCHEDULE:
             1&                        1&                       1&
    |----==========----------||----==========----------||----========------------|
    
    1: END THE MAYOR'S MEETING
    TIME: 1st - 2nd, 10:00 am - 8:00 pm, 3rd, 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
    Once you receive the Couple's Mask from Anju and Kafei, put it on before enter-
    ing the Mayor's Office. The mask will remind everyone of their families and Mr.
    Dotour will end the meeting. He'll reward you with a Piece of Heart.
    
    
    = MADAME AROMA =
    BACKGROUND: The Mayor's wife and the mother of Kafei. Her son recently dis-
    appeared, so she'll "hire" you to look for him. She spends most of her time at
    the Mayor's Office or at the Milk Bar.
    SCHEDULE:
             1@                        1@                                 2!
    |----==========----------||----==========----------||------------============|
    
    
    1: RECEIVE KAFEI'S MASK
    TIME: 1st - 2nd, 10:00 am - 8:00 pm
    Talk to her as Link during the first or second day in the Mayor's Boad Room to
    be hired by her to look for Kafei. She'll give you Kafei's Mask. Whenever you
    wear it and talk to people, you'll automatically ask them about Kafei.
    
    2: RECEIVE BOTTLE W/ CHATEAU ROMANI
    TIME: 3rd, 6:00 pm - 6:00 am
    Once you receive the Express Mail to Mama from the Curiosity Shop Owner, take
    it to Madame Aroma in the Milk Bar at night and give it to her. She'll give you
    a bottle filled with Chateau Romani, but it's not really worth it on the third
    day. Chateau Romani will give you unlimited magic power until you play the Song
    of Time (plus, items in a bottle are not saved). The main reward from this is
    the Empty Bottle that you get after using the Chateau.
    
    
    = TOTO =
    BACKGROUND: Toto is the manager of the Indigo-Gos, the zora band. He's visiting
    clock town to make preparations for their concert during the carnival. During
    the day, he's with Madame Aroma at the Mayor's Office, and in the evenings he
    does sound checks at the Milk Bar Stage.
    SCHEDULE:
                       1@                        1@
    |----------------=======-||----------------=======-||------------------------|
    
    1: PLAY "BALLAD OF THE WINDFISH"
    TIME: 1st - 2nd, 10:00 pm - 5:00 am
    Once you have Romani's Mask, the Deku Mask, the Goron Mask, and the Zora Mask,
    go to the milk bar and talk to Toto. Play the "Ballad of the Windfish" for him
    on all four instruments to complete his sound check.
    
    
    - GORMAN -
    BACKGROUND: Gorman is a very sad guy. He used to lead a circus, but now he's
    grumpy and sad because his performance has been cut from the Carnival of Time.
    He's related to the Gorman Brothers (obviously). He spends a great deal of time
    drinking at the Milk Bar or walking around town telling you that he's busy if
    you try to talk to him.
    SCHEDULE:
                       1@                        1@
    |----------------=======-||----------------=======-||------------------------|
    
    1: RECEIVE CIRCUS LEADER'S MASK
    TIME: 1st - 2nd, 10:00 pm - 5:00 am
    Once you have the Romani's Mask, the Deku Mask, the Goron Mask, and the Zora
    Mask, go to the milk bar and talk to Toto. Play the "Ballad of the Windfish"
    for him on all four instruments to complete Toto's sound check. Gorman will
    hear it and will give you the Circus Leader's Mask for cheering him up.
    
    
    - POSTMAN -
    BACKGROUND: YAH! The Clock Town Postman is always on schedule. He doesn't like
    people interrupting him when he goes to make a delivery. He can count ten sec-
    onds exactly in his head. His absolute highest priority is his schedule. This
    guy is crucial to the Anju-Kafei sequence since he's the only one who knows
    where Kafei is hiding. YAH!
    SCHEDULE:
                 1&      2!      2!        1&                             3@
    |---------========-======||======---========-------||------------============|
    
    1: WIN 10-SECOND GAME
    TIME: 1st - 2nd, 3:00 pm - 12:00 am
    After the Postman finishes his deliveries, go to the Post Office with the Bunny
    Hood and play his Ten-Second game. Hit ten seconds exactly to win a piece of
    heart.
    
    2: SEND ANJU'S LETTER TO KAFEI
    TIME: 1st, 12:00 - 6:00 am, 2nd 6:00 am - 12:00 pm
    After the midnight meeting with Anju in the Inn (actually, it's more like the
    11:30 pm meeting), send Anju's letter to Kafei by putting it in a mailbox. The
    Postman will pick it up on his morning run and will deliver it to Kafei at the
    Laundry Pool.
    
    3: RECEIVE THE POSTMAN'S HAT
    TIME: 3rd, 6:00 pm - 6:00 am
    Give the Postman the Express Mail to Mama on the third day. He'll deliver it to
    Madame Aroma in the Milk Bar. Afterwards, talk to the Postman just outside the
    Milk Bar to receive his Postman's Hat.
    
    
    = ROSA SISTERS =
    BACKGROUND: The Rosa Sisters are twins in the Gorman traveling troupe of enter-
    tainers. The two twins are trying to come up with a special dance for the 
    carnival, but everything they try is too plain and basic. They're trying to
    come up with a special dance. During the day, they stay at the Stock Pot Inn,
    thinking of new ideas. At night, they practice outside the Lottery Shop in West
    Clock Town.
    SCHEDULE:
                      1&                        1&                        1&
    |------------============||------------============||------------============|
    
    1: TEACH THEM NEW DANCE
    TIME: 1st - 3rd, 6:00 pm - 6:00 am
    Use the Kamaro's Mask to teach the Kamaro Dance to the Rosa Sisters as they
    practise in West Clock Town at night.
    
    
    = ??? =
    BACKGROUND: A mysterious and very sickly looking hand sticking out of the Stock
    Pot Inn's bathroom. The mysterious and unnamed hand needs some toilet paper.
    YAY!!S!
    SCHEDULE:
                         1&                        1&                        1&
    |------------------======||------------------======||------------------======|
    
    1: HELP OUT THE BATHROOM HAND
    TIME: 1st - 3rd, 12:00 - 6:00 am
    Enter the Stock Pot Inn late at night using the room key or using the nearby
    deku flower to fly up to the balcony and enter the upper door. Take a land deed
    or a letter and give it to the hand downstairs (beneath the stairs). Yay! It
    will reward your kindness with a Piece of Heart (question: why does this guy
    stay in the bathroom the whole time and why does he have a Piece of Heart?)
    
    
    -= ANJU'S GRANDMOTHER =-
    BACKGROUND: An old lady who lives in the Stock Pot Inn. She's the mother of
    Tortus, Anju's father. She sits in a wheel chair all day. It seems like she
    thinks you're a very young tortus, and she'll read you stories. If you put on
    Kafei's Mask, she'll think you're a very young Dotour :-)
    SCHEDULE:
           1&                        1&
    |--==========------------||--==========------------||------------------------|
    |--==========------------||--==========------------||------------------------|
           2&                        2&
    
    1: LISTEN TO "CARNIVAL OF TIME"
    TIME: 1st - 2nd, 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
    Wearing the All-Night Mask, talk to her and listen to the "Carnival of Time"
    story. Answer the question correctly to win a Piece of Heart.
    
    2: LISTEN TO "THE FOUR GIANTS"
    TIME: 1st - 2nd, 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
    Wearing the All-Night Mask, talk to her and listen to "The Four Giants" story.
    Answer "I dunno" to win a second Piece of Heart.
    
    
    = KAMARO =
    BACKGROUND: This ghost dancer wanted to teach his dance to the whole world, but
    he died before he got a chance. Now his ghost dances on one of the large
    mushroom-shaped rocks north-west of Clock Town every night.
    Translation: This ghost dancer wanted to teach his dance to the whole world,
    but he died before he got a chance. Now his ghost dances on one of the large
    mushroom-shaped rocks north-west of Clock Town every night.
    SCHEDULE:
                         1@                        1@                        1@
    |------------------======||------------------======||------------------======|
    
    1: RECEIVE KAMARO'S MASK
    TIME: 1st - 3rd, 12:00 - 6:00 am
    You can find Kamaro dancing on one of the stone mushroom-like formations north
    of Clock Town. Jump onto the stone and talk to him. Play him the Song of Heal-
    ing to receive the Kamaro's Mask. While wearing it, press and hold the B button
    to dance like Kamaro.
    
    
    - GROG -
    BACKGROUND: Grog the chicken guy heard that the moon is falling, and now he's
    worried that he'll never see his little chicks fully grown. He sits sadly in
    the middle of the Romani Ranch Chicken Coop.
    SCHEDULE:
           1@                        1@                        1@
    |==============----------||==============----------||==============----------|
    
    1: RECEIVE BUNNY HOOD
    TIME: 1st - 3rd, 6:00 am - 8:00 pm
    Wear the Bremen Mask and press and hold B to march around playing the Bremen
    March on your Ocarina (where are those drums?). As you march around the Chicken
    Coop at Romani Ranch, the little chicks will follow you around. Once all of
    them are in line, they'll grow up into full grown chickens. Grog will be so
    glad he'll give you the Bunny Hood
    
    
    -= GORMAN BROTHERS =-
    BACKGROUND: The Gorman Brothers are a mean pair who own the Gorman Track near
    Romani Ranch. They're related to Gorman, the Circus Leader from Clock Town.
    SCHEDULE:
          1@                        1@     2!                 1@
    |============------------||==============----------||============------------|
    
    1: RECEIVE THE GARO'S MASK
    TIME: 1st - 3rd, 6:00 am - 6:00 pm
    With Epona, challenge the Gorman Brothers to a race. Beat them both to win the
    Garo's Mask.
    
    2: PROTECT MILK SHIPMENT FROM BANDITS
    TIME: 2nd, 6:00 pm
    After saving the ranch from "Them," wait until the evening of the second day to
    ride along with Cremia as she drives her covered wagon to town to deliver the
    milk. The gate has been closed, so she'll have to take a dangerous detour
    through the Gorman Race Track. Shoot the "bandits" (the Gorman Brothers) with
    arrows to keep them away (you have an infinite supply, maybe Cremia has a big
    stash in the wagon). Keep them away until the wagon reaches Milk Road. Cremia
    will give you the Romani Mask, and maybe a hug!
    
    
    - SHIRO -
    BACKGROUND: Shiro is a soldier who seems to be invisible, and has been for a
    long time. Nobody sees him, they all walk past like he's just another stone in
    the canyon. He must be pretty hungry by now.
    SCHEDULE:
                1@                        1@                        1@
    |========================||========================||========================|
    
    1: RECEIVE STONE MASK
    TIME: 1st - 3rd, 6:00 am - 6:00 pm
    Using the Lens of Truth, look for Shiro in the middle of the circle of stones
    near the intersection leading to Ikana Graveyard. Give the poor soldier a red
    or blue potion to revive him to full strength. He'll give you the stone mask
    which will make you as unnoticable as a rock on the side of the road. Useful
    for getting past the pirate guards and other enemies.
    
    
    - GURU-GURU -
    BACKGROUND: Guru-guru used to be in a group of performing animals. He stole the
    mask that the group's leader used, and now he needs someone to listen to his
    confession.
    SCHEDULE:
                      1@                        1@                        1@ 
    |------------============||------------============||------------============|
    
    1: RECEIVE BREMEN MASK
    TIME: 6:00 pm - 6:00 am
    Talk to Guru-guru at the laundry pool as Link to listen to his confession. He
    will give you the Bremen Mask.
    
    
    -*- MINOR CHARACTERS -*-
    
    This is the section for all the other minor characters that don't appear in the
    Bombers' Notebook. The descriptions aren't very detailed, since these charac-
    ters are minor. Also, if there are little -'s around a character's name, it
    means they're returning from Ocarina of Time, but they're not necissarily the
    same character, they just look alike. Characters with little ='s around their
    name are new. Characters with -='s around their name mean they are returning,
    but they're a bit different, both how they act and how they look.
    
    - LEAD CARPENTER -
    The leader of all the carpenters in charge of building the tower in South Clock
    Town. He doesn't believe the moon will fall. He wants the carnival to go on as
    normal.
    
    - THE CARPENTERS -
    The guys responsible for building the tower in Clock Town. Another one seems to
    be trying to break through the boulder blocking Milk Road.
    
    - THE BANKER -
    A strange guy with hair over his eyes and green clothes. He's always waving his
    arms and hitting his knees with his hands.
    
    - THE SWORD MASTER -
    Small guy who runs the Sword Training Center. He thinks he can chop through the
    moon with his sword. I'd like to see that sword....
    
    - BOMB SHOP OWNER -
    A pale old man who runs the Bomb Shop.
    
    - TWINS IN THE GORMAN TROUPE -
    These guys are funny! They're always laughing and making jokes. During the day,
    they juggle balls between each other. At night, they play cards in the Stock
    Pot Inn.
    
    - HONEY & DARLING -
    A couple of lovers who are always dancing, but now they own their own game shop
    in East Clock Town.
    
    = TINGLE =
    A very funny and strange little man (he's about as big as Link, but he's 35!).
    He's looking for fairies like Link's, and makes maps in his spare time. You can
    buy them from him, but it's cheaper if you buy them for the area you're in
    right now. He is the son of the big hairy guy at the Swamp Tourist Info....
    
    -= MR. BARTEN =-
    The bartender at the Milk Bar. Get it? Bartender? Barten? Get it?
    
    - PROFESSOR SHIKASHI -
    The owner of the Astral Observatory, an old guy in blue.
    
    = DEKU KING =
    A large deku with a very large head and small feet. He always makes decisions
    without thinking first, which frequently embarrases his daughter, the Deku
    Princess. WA-OH!
    
    = DEKU PRINCESS =
    Yet another princess who can't walk on her own, she demands to be carried (in
    a bottle, this time).
    
    - KOTAKE -
    The witch who runs the Magic Hag's Shop (the teapot) in the Southern Swamp.
    
    - KOUME -
    The witch who runs the Swamp Cruise. She was attacked by the Skull Kid in the
    Southern Swamp.
    
    -= TINGLE'S FATHER =-
    The big hairy man running the Swamp Photo Contest.
    
    = GORON ELDER =
    A very old goron, the father of the Baby Goron.
    
    = BABY GORON =
    This little dude won't stop crying! It's so cold, and he misses his father!
    
    -= LINK-GORO =-
    This guy's name is the same as yours-goro. He's quite funny-goro. He appears to
    be the goron postman-goro. He stays in the Knife Chamber in the Stock Pot Inn-
    goro. You can steal his reservation-goro on the first day-goro.
    
    - KAEPORA GAEBORA -
    The owl, returning from Ocarina of Time. He doesn't show up as much, but he
    does help more.
    
    = DARMANI =
    By the time you arrive, the great goron warrior, Darmani, is already dead. You
    can transform into the rolling rock-eater once you acquire the Goron Mask.
    You'll also meet up with his ghost.
    
    = ZUBORA =
    A small man with a big friend. He runs the Smithy Shop in the Mountain Village.
    
    = GABORA =
    A big monster with a small brain. He's the guy doing all the work for his small
    friend Zubora.
    
    - GREAT BAY LABORATORY SCIENTIST -
    A really strange looking guy who lives in the Great Bay Laboratory performing
    many strange experiments.
    
    = MIKAU =
    The guitarist in the Indigo-gos, the Zora band. With his last breath, he'll
    give you his guitar and the Zora Mask.
    
    -= LULU =-
    The lead vocalist in the Indigo-Gos. She doesn't respond when you first find
    her, but once you play her a certain song, she'll wake up.
    
    = TIJO =
    The drummer in the Indigo-Gos. He knows a little bit about why Lulu is acting
    funny.
    
    = JAPAS =
    The bass player in the Indigo-Gos. He wrote a tune for you (Mikau) and him to
    play, but he's worried that Evan won't accept that he wrote it.
    
    = EVAN =
    The keyboard player in the Indigo-Gos. He's trying to come up with a new tune
    to play for their performance in the Carnival of Time.
    
    = THE BEAVER BROTHERS =
    A strange pair of beavers who love to swim up the rapids. They run a game, and
    they'll give you their treasure if you beat them. They don't seem to be quite
    right in the head.
    
    - ONE-EYED MAN -
    A mysterious man with a purple robe and a single large red eye. He pops up in
    a few places in Ikana.
    
    = PAMELA =
    A small girl living with her father in Ikana.
    
    = PAMELA'S FATHER =
    A strange man who studies paranormal beings, like ghosts, poes, Gibdos, Re-
    Deads, and the like (like... just kidding, he doesn't study Like Likes).
    
    -*- CHARACTER COMPARISON -*-
    
    You should know by now that most people in this game are somewhere in Ocarina
    of Time (unless, of course, you have never played Ocarina of Time, in which
    case I recommend you go out and buy it right now). In case you never noticed
    some of them, I typed up this little list.
    
    ANJU: Cucco Keeper in Kakariko
    ANJU'S GRANDMOTHER: Special Potion Shop lady
    BANKER: "Please... with C" guy slapping his knees in both towns
    BEAN SALESMAN: Bean salesman
    BOMB SHOP SALESMAN: Bombchu Shop Salesman
    CARPENTERS: Carpenters
    CREMIA: Malon (adult Link)
    CURIOSITY SHOP MAN: Fishing pond owner (adult Link)*
    CURSED MAN IN SKULLTULA HOUSE: Skulltula House Father
    DAMPΙ: Dampι
    DANCING GUYS SEEN FROM OBSERVATORY TELESCOPE: Skulltula kids
    FISHERMAN: Treasure Chest Game Operator
    FLAT COMPOSER: Flat composer
    FUNNY TWINS: Laughing pair from both towns
    GORMAN: Ingo (adult Link)
    GORMAN BROTHERS: Ingo (young Link)
    GREAT BAY SCIENTIST: Lake Hylia Scientist
    GROG: Cojiro guy (adult Link) / "Everyone's Disgusting" guy (young Link)
    GURU-GURU: Bob the Crazy Windmill Guy (I don't know who named him that)
    HAPPY MASK SALESMAN: Happy Mask Salesman
    HONEY AND DARLING: Dancing couple in both towns
    JIM: Little boy in graveyard w/ Spooky Mask
    KOTAKE: Kotake
    KOUME: Koume
    LULU: Ruto (adult Link)
    MAMAMAYU YAN: Owner of Little Richard
    MR. BARTEN: Talon
    OCEANSIDE SPIDER HOUSE BUYER: Skulltula Kid
    OLD LADY FROM BOMB SHOP: Old lady from both towns
    ONE-EYED MAN NEAR IKANA: Dead Hylian Soldier in guard post (Poe salesman)
    POSTMAN: Running man w/ Bunny Hood
    PROFESSOR SHIKASHI: Old man in blue from both towns
    ROMANI: Malon (young Link)
    SAKON: Man running around town
    SHARP COMPOSER: Sharp composer
    SKULL KID: Skull Kid
    PART-TIME WORKER IN TRADING POST / MAN CLIMBING TREE:
     Man on roof in Kakariko who needs some serious fashion help
    SWORD MASTER: Magic Carpet Salesman
    TATL: Navi
    TINGLE: 35 year-old version of Mido?
    TRADING POST MAN: Fishing pond owner (young Link)
    TREASURE CHEST GAME GIRL: Bombchu Bowling girl
    
    *What's the fisherman's difference between ages? Notice he has hair as young
    Link. As old Link, he has a hat... Sorry, I can't tell, I promised him :) If
    you really want to know, read the fishing rules. Something about not casting
    your line at people?...
    
    Also, any time it says "from both towns," that means they'll be in the Village
    as young Link, then in Kakariko as adult Link, since nobody lives in the
    village as adult Link, except the poe salesman.
    
     _____________
    |SIDE MISSIONS|
    |—————————————|
    
    -*- TEMPLE FAIRIES -*-
    
    For now, I just have maps and really short descriptions. There are always
    ways of finding them. You can use the Great Fairy's Mask to draw free fairies
    to you, and when you wear it, you can tell if there are more fairies in the 
    room if the hair on the mask gives off little pink sparklies. Also, there are
    lots of times when fairies are hidden behind fake walls which can be found by
    using the Lens of Truth. Just remember: nothing is too crazy. I noticed an
    unreachable hidden ledge in the main room of Snowhead temple. At the top of the
    temple was a pink deku flower. I didn't think it would work, but it did! It
    lasted long enough! It took me about a full minute to drift down there, but it
    worked! So just remember: try anything.
    
    - WOODFALL TEMPLE -
    1ST FLOOR
                ______
               /      \
              |        |
              |  END   |
               \__,,__/
               /      \
              |        |     ____
              |   10   |    |____|
       a      |  F     |   /      \
       /\     |F       |  |   9    |
       \/      \__..FF/   |        |
     __||__  _____||___b_  \__..__/
    |F     ||   F        ||F       |
    |      ||            ||        | ___
    |      ||            ||        |/   \
    |  4F  ; F    1      :    2    : 3   |
    |  F   ||            ||        |\___/
    |      ||     F      ||        |
    |__..__||     ..    F||___..___|
      /  \  |―――――  ―――――| /      \
     | 5  | |            ||        |
     |    | |            ||   8    |
      \__/  |            ||        |
            |            | \______/
            |      F  F  |
            |            |
            |   START    |
             ――――― ――――――
    2ND FLOOR
       a
       ||       _______b_
       ||      /         |
       ||     /          |
       ||    /           |
      _||_  |            |
     /    \ |     7      |
    |  6   ||            |
    |  F   :            /
     \____/ |          /
             \________/
    
    KEY
    F=FAIRY
    : OR .. = DOOR
    ; OR ., = LOCKED DOOR
    
    START ROOM
    A fairy is floating without a bubble. Put on the mask to make it come to you.
    
    A fairy is hidden in a treasure chest.
    
    ROOM 1
    One is hiding in a pot in the corner.
    
    Kill the Deku Baba to free a fairy.
    
    Over by the torch is a fairy in a bubble.
    
    Fly to the switch or use the hookshot on the torch to reach the switch. Press
    it to make a chest appear over by the entrance.
    
    ROOM 2
    A fairy is hiding in the beehive in the mouth of the gargoyle. Shoot it with
    the Hero's Bow.
    
    ROOM 4
    Another beehive contains a fairy in here.
    
    There's a fairy hiding under the platform. Shoot it with an arrow and use the
    Great Fairy's Mask or swim to it after un-poisoning the water.
    
    A Skulltula holds another fairy. Kill it.
    
    ROOM 6
    Kill all the Black Boes to make a chest appear.
    
    ROOM 10
    Three fairies hide in the little alcoves in room 10. Use the pink flowers to
    reach them.
    
    One fairy is hidden behind the flames on the left pillar. Rescue it.
    
    Once you have all 15 fairies, take them to the small cave near Woodfall. It
    should be nearby, you'll need to use the pink flowers to reach it. Enter to
    receive an upgraded Spin Attack.
    
    - SNOWHEAD TEMPLE -
    
    1ST FLOOR                            2ND FLOOR
    
            ___________
          _/F          \
        _/              \
       |      9         \
       |           _    /
       |       _../_\../__                        __   __c______
        \     |  o/  ##   \_                      \F\_/  #      \
        |     |―――          \   _a__      ______  _/             |__a__
       __\____:#             f_/ F  \    |      ||               |F F  |
      / F \___|       3      :      |    |  8   :         3      :  2  |
     |    4   :             /       /    |______||               |_____|
      \_..____|\_          /#  F   /      _______\               |
     /       \__  \ _..___/   1   /     _/        \_           _/
    b F          \ / ## \/       /    _/    6       \____..___/
     |     5      ;     :       /    b         __ .,/  #  o   \
      \        F / \_  _/\     /      \_______F  |    7 Fo o   \
       ――――――――――   _||_  \___/                   \       o    /
                   /    \                          \ o        /
                  |START |                          ――――――――――
                   \_  _/
                     ||
    
    3RD FLOOR                     4TH FLOOR
       _d_    _______c______     __d__       ____END___ __ ______
      / # \  /              \   | FF _|    _/          /  :      |
     /     \/                |  |_  |_    /            \_/|      |
    |      |                 |   _|   |_ |                |      |
    |  10  |         3       |  |  11  _:         3       :  12  |
    |      |                 |  |    _/  |                |      |
    |      ;                 |  \___/    |                |      |
     \     /\_             _/             \_            _/|      |
    /F\___/   \______e____/                 \_____e____/  |______|
    ――
    BASEMENT
         __________
        /          \
      _/           |
     |           __/
     |    9     /
     |         |_________
      \__     //o        \__
         |   ||             f
         |   ||             | _____
         |___:              ||     |
             |      3       ||     |
             |          F   | \    |
              \_          _/  /    |
                \________/   / 1  /
                            /    /
                          _/    /
                         |     |
                         |_    |
                           |   |
                            \_/
    
    KEY
    F=FAIRY
    : OR .. = DOOR
    ; OR ., = LOCKED DOOR
    #=ICE
    
    I recommend coming back once you get the hookshot so you can reach the chests
    easier. Also, any time you see some snow on the wall, check it out with the
    Lens of Truth. There's probably a fairy behind it.
    
    ROOM 1.B
    A fairy is trapped in a bubble in the central pillar. Pop it, then use the mask
    to lure it to you.
    
    Another trapped fairy hangs out under the platform by the stairs. Use the same
    strategy.
    
    ROOM 2.2
    One fairy is easy. It's off to the side, without a bubble.
    
    There are some hidden steps leading up to a hidden fairy in a chest just above
    the stairs. Use the Lens of Truth.
    
    ROOM 3.B
    In the Basement of room 3, use Darmani to step on the switch in the middle of
    the lava. Use him again to open a chest in the nearby lava pool.
    
    ROOM 3.2
    A fairy is hidden in an inaccesable alcove off to the side (use the Lens of
    Truth). Up at the top of room 3 on the fourth floor (3.4), a deku flower sits
    next to the door to Ghot's lair. Up until now, every deku flower has run out
    after a few seconds, but that's only because you've never used them for slowing
    vertical descent. As long as you don't use the control stick too much, it will
    last long enough, so use it to drift down to the fairy on the second floor
    (3.2). Trust me, it works. Just be sure you jump off the correct side (I was
    about to type "jump off the right side," but, as you know, "right" can have
    multiple meanings in English. In reality, it's to the left of Ghot's lair.
    
    ROOM 4.1
    Move the blocks over to the spot in the snow that sinks lower (as far away from
    the door as possible). This will make a chest appear. Use the Hookshot to reach
    it (if you don't have the hookshot, use the block in room 5.1 to reach it).
    
    ROOM 5.1
    Melt the ice and step on the switch, then use the Hookshot or the block to
    reach the chest.
    
    Push the block over to the two pillars by the stairs. Hop onto the block, jump
    to the empty pillar, jump to the crate on the other one, then use Darmani to
    break open the crate with a Goron Pound. You can also use the block now to
    reach the fairy in room 4.1.
    
    ROOM 6.1
    Look for the snow on the wall. Use the Lens of Truth to find a chest in a small
    alcove in the wall.
    
    ROOM 7.1
    The ceiling is false. Use the Lens of Truth to free a bubbled fairy.
    
    ROOM 9.1
    Defeat all three Freezards, then jump to the chest that appears.
    
    ROOM 10.3
    In yet another alcove hidden behind a false wall, a bubbled fairy waits.
    
    ROOM 11.4
    Kill the two Dinofols to win two fairies.
    
    Now take all 15 fairies to the Fairy Fountain located in a cave at the base of
    Snowhead. You'll be rewarded with an upgraded magic meter.
    
    - GREAT BAY TEMPLE -
    
    1ST FLOOR             _______                      BASEMENT
                         |       |                      _________
                         |   11  |                     |       _ \________
                         |       |                     |  6   | \____     \
     ______              |__...__|                     |      |     |  2   |
    |      |                |||            ______      |__  __|_____|   F  |
    |  8   |     ______     |||_       ___/ ____ \        \___________ ___ |
    |__..__|    |      |   /    \    _/ ___/  |F| |_                 ||   ||
    |      |    |      |   \  5  \__/__/    |―      |                ||   ||
    |  7   |    |  F9  |    \   .._F/       |   12  |               //   //
    |__.,__|    |      |     \ /\ \         |      F|              ||   ||
    |      |    |__..__|    / /  \ \        | |―――――               ||   ||
    |  6   |      _||______/ /    \4\      / /                     |F___||__
    |      |     /    \_____/      \F\    _| |______              _|        |
    |______|    |F 2   |____   ___  \ \  |          |          END_;   F14  |
                 \_  _/____ \_|   |__| |_|  F 13    |              |________|
                ___||___   \__  3 {__[ ]_:          |
               |        |     |  F|__| | |F         |
               |   1    |     |    ___/   ――――――――――
               |        |     |_..|
               |_F_..F__|     | 10|
               | START  |     |___|
               |   F    |
               |  _/\_  |
               | /|  |\ |
               |_ |__| _|
                 ||/\||
                 |____|
    
    KEY
    F=FAIRY
    : OR .. = DOOR
    ; OR ., = LOCKED DOOR
    {=ONE WAY (CAN ONLY COME FROM ROOM 13)
    []=TUNNELS DO NOT INTERSECT, THEY OVERLAP
    
    START ROOM
    Light all the torches with the Fire Arrow to make a chest appear.
    
    ROOM 1
    Up on a ledge to the left of the door, a Skulltula holds a fairy captive.
    
    A bubbled fairy waits underneath the doorway platform.
    
    ROOM 2
    A barrel on the left holds a fairy inside.
    
    A pot at the bottom of the room holds a fairy. Use Mikau's boomerang fins to
    break it, then the Great Fairy's Mask or a prayer to retrieve it.
    
    ROOM 3
    A jar contains a fairy.
    
    ROOM 4
    Kill all the Bio Deku Babas to make a chest appear. Hop the lily pads to reach
    it.
    
    ROOM 5
    Use Mikau's boomerang fins to break the jar, then use the mask on the fairy.
    
    ROOM 9
    This is really tricky. Stand on the yellow water pump, then use the Ice Arrow
    to reach the back wall (look up at the framework on top, you should see two
    gaps, take the left one). Quickly use the hookshot to pull yourself up to the
    framework. You'll find a chest in the center.
    
    ROOM 12
    Stop the machinery, climb onto the waterwheel, then use the Hookshot to latch
    onto the chest. A fairy hides inside.
    
    Easy to miss, there's a chest underneath one of the walkways. Use the hookshot
    to latch onto the torch next to it.
    
    ROOM 13
    Another one that's very easy to miss, there's a hidden room under one of the
    see-saws. Use Mikau to sink down, then roll into the barrel to free a fairy.
    
    I'm kicking myself for not figuring this out myself. AS MIKAU, walk along the
    green pipe, then climb up higher onto it, then drop down. From there, use the
    Hookshot to reach the chest across the gap.
    
    ROOM 14
    Use Mikau's boomerang fin attack to pop the bubble, then use the mask out on
    dry land (or would that be dry metal?).
    
    A fairy hides under the last green switch.
    
    Now, after getting a ton of e-mails asking where the Great Fairy Fountain is, I
    have finally found in the course of proofreading this FAQ that I did, in fact,
    forget to include the location of the Great Bay Fairy Fountain. I
    apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.
    
    The Great Bay Fairy Fountain is on a cliff on shore. To get to it, hop along
    the small islands near the beach and use the hookshot on the palm trees if you
    need to. Once you reach the cliff wall, use a Bomb to enter the fairy fountain.
    
    - STONE TOWER TEMPLE -
    
    - MAP -
    
    1ST FLOOR (ACCESSABLE NORMAL)              BASEMENT (ACCESSABLE NORMAL)
                           _______
                          |       |
                          |       |
                          |   7   |
                 ________ |    O  |
                |        ||       |
                |   8    ||  N   *|
                |        :______..|
                |___..___|     _| |_
                    ||        |_   _|
                    ||        |   N |___
                9———||        |  6     O|
                    ||        |_   _|―――
                    |N          | |
               _____.._____      .,                             ________
     _a_______|    N||     |     ||            __a__            c_____  |
    |         |     |O   c |_____||_____      |O    |             ____| |____
    | b  2    ;   4 ||     |     d      |     |  3  |            |   d       |
    |_______  |     ||     |            |     |     |            |           |
     |―||―|_| |_____.._____|    5       |     |_   _|            |    5      |
     |__   _  |            |            |       | |              |           |
     |―|| |_|_|     NF     |____  ______|       |_|              |_____F_____|
     |__ 1 ___:   START    :_____/
        |_|   |            |
               \_        _/
                 \_    _/
                   \  /
                    \/
                    ||
                    ||
    
    1ST FLOOR (ACCESSABLE FLIPPED)
                 ________
                |        |
                |   END  |
                |        |
                |___..___|
                    ||
                    ||
                9---||
                    ||
                    ||
               _____..____________       ________
     _________|     ||     |_____ |     |        |
    |         |     ||*    |_____|N_____|        |_
    e*   2  * :*   4||    *:_____12_____:   13   |_|
    |_______  |     ||     |            |        |
     |―||―|_| |..___.,_____|     5      |________|
     |__   _  |            |           *|
     |―|| |_|_|            |____ *______|
     |__ 1 ___|   START    :_____/
        |_|   |     F      | 
               \_        _/
                 \_    _/
                   \  /
                    \/
                    ||
                    ||
    
    2ND FLOOR (ACCESSABLE FLIPPED)
     _______ ______
    eF      |      |______ _____________
    |   3   :  11  :  10  ;             |
    |       |______|――――――|             |
    |__   __|             |      5      |
       | |                |             |
       |_|                |      N      |
                           ―――――――――――――
    KEY
    N=CHEST REVEALED WHILE NORMAL
    L=CHEST REVEALED WHILE FLIPPED
    O=OTHER (CHEST ALREADY OUT IN THE OPEN, HELD BY ENEMY, ETC.)
    
    In Stone Tower Temple, you can easily find the fairies since MOST of them are
    in treasure chests. Once you get the compass and open all the other chests, you
    can easily find them. The trick is pushing the right buttons to make the chests
    appear. You'll often reveal a chest, then realize its on the ceiling. You'll
    have to do a lot of flipping to find all 15 fairies, but the reward is certain-
    ly worth it.
    
    REVEABLE WHILE NORMAL, ACCESSABLE WHILE NORMAL
    START ROOM
    Shoot the yellow eye switch to make a chest appear.
    
    ROOM 3
    Use your hookshot in the dark room to find a chest.
    
    ROOM 4
    Once you get the Light Arrow, use it on the left sun block, but don't waste
    an arrow on the one on the right. Kill the Beamos, then swim over and let your-
    self be thrown by the Dexihand. Throw a Bomb over the fence so that it lands
    next to the crystal switch. Swim back and retrieve the fairy in the chest that
    appears.
    
    Defeat the Eyegore to win a fairy.
    
    ROOM 6
    Shine your light on the suns along the walls to make a chest appear nearby.
    
    Shine your light on the sun block to the right (or return with the Light Arrow)
    and look for the chest down the hallway.
    
    ROOM 7
    Use the deku flower to reach a small ledge on the left that holds lots of ru-
    pees and a chest.
    
    This is tricky. Transform into Darmani, pound the Goron Switch, then carefully
    roll around to the extinguished switch. It may take a few tries. Once the chest
    appears, fly to it using the deku flower.
    
    ROOM 9
    Hit the crystal switch, then open the chest on the floor.
    
    REVEALABLE WHILE FLIPPED, ACCESSABLE WHILE FLIPPED
    
    START ROOM
    This is also revealable while normal. Shoot the sun in the start room to make
    a chest appear near the Boss Warp Pad.
    
    ROOM 3
    Defeat the Wizrobe to reveal a chest. Use the hookshot to reach it.
    
    REVEALABLE WHILE NORMAL, ACCESSABLE WHILE FLIPPED
    
    ROOM 5
    Sink to the bottom of the water. Use the boomerang fins to destroy the mines,
    then hit the switch. When the temple is flipped, put an Elegy Dummy on the blue
    switch to extinguish the flames, then fly up to the chest before the flanes
    return.
    
    ROOM 5
    This may be revealable while flipped, too. Shoot a Fire Arrow at the frozen eye
    switch.
    
    REVEALABLE WHILE FLIPPED, ACCESSABLE WHILE NORMAL
    
    START ROOM
    When you step on the yellow switch in the start room, a chest appears. You'll
    use it as a hookshot target to pull yourself to the platform, but don't forget
    to come back for it later once the temple is back to normal.
    
    ROOM 5
    While the temple is flipped, shoot the frozen eye with a Fire Arrow. Return
    as Mikau and sink down into the water to find the chest.
    
    Take the 15 fairies to the Great Fairy of Kindness in Ikana Valley (just south
    of Pamela's house) to get the biggest and best sword in the whole game: The
    Great Fairy's Sword. See the ITEMS section for more details.
    
    -*- SKULLTULA HOUSES -*-
    
    Yep, it's those pesky Gold Skulltulas from Ocarina of Time, except this time,
    they're confined to two houses, the Swamp Spider House and the Oceanside Spider
    House. In each house, you must find 30 Gold Skulltulas, kill them, AND take
    their Gold Skulltula Tokens that they leave behind. Once you have all 30 tokens
    return to the first room to get a reward.
    
    - SWAMP SPIDER HOUSE -
    
    MAP
    1ST FLOOR                      2ND FLOOR
                                           __________
                                          |========@=|
                                          |@===@=====|
                                          |===@5@====|
                                          |======@===|
                                          |==========|
                                           ―――|==|―――
                                              |==|
                                              |==|
                                              |==|
                                              |==|
            __________                     ___|==|___
           |==     @==|                   |==  @   ==|
           |==@ 4   ==|______             |==  4@  ==|______      
           | =  ..  ==|===/ @\            |_=______=_:=====@\
           |――――――――――|==| |==\           |=@  @   ==|=======\
     ______|    @     |      @|     ______|==      ==|       |
    | @    |        @ :   2   |    |=====@|==      ==|_  2   |
    |      |@   1     |      @|    |==  ==:==  1   ==:=| @   |
    |@     |         @|       /    |== @  |==      ==|―  @   /
    |  3   |          |@     /     |== 3  |==      ==|______/
    |      :          |――――――      |==    |==      ==|
    |      |          |            |==    |==      =@|
    |@     |   @..    |            |====  |==  ..  ==|
     ――――――――|――――――|―              ――――――――|      |―
             |START |                       |START |
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    @:SKULLTULA LOCATION
    =:UPPER LEVEL
    Map © 2000 Bedman
    
    First of all, I'll give you a huge tip that you may or may not want to follow:
    skip this whole place until you have the hookshot, it will be SO much easier.
    I just waited until I got the Hookshot and thought to myself "How would that
    have been possible without the Hookshot?" Well, it is possible, but it's MUCH
    easier if you return with the Hookshot. For now, I'll assume you have the
    Hookshot and give instructions accordingly. The prize isn't really all that
    necessary (the Mask of Truth), so it's best to come back with the Hookshot.
    Also, forgive the crudity of the maps, they're kinda confusing. The little ='s
    are places on the second level if you didn't figure that out already. The ='s
    on the lower level show places where you can't go, since it's only on the upper
    level, and ='s on the second floor show where you can go without falling down
    to the lower level. One last thing: bring lots and lots of bottles. You'll need
    them. There are many dirt holes in here, and some of them hold a Gold Skulltula
    just like in Ocarina of Time. Also, you'll either need a bean pod, the Bunny
    Hood, or the Zora Mask.
    
    One final tip that applies to both Skulltula houses: you can always tell if
    there are more skulltulas in the room if you hear them scratching and scraping
    and clanking (if you played Ocarina of Time, you'll recognize the sound).
    
    ROOM 1.1
    A Skulltula is hiding in a pot just to the left of the entrance.
    
    There are two patches of dirt on the walls. Catch two bugs and release them
    nearby. The bug will multiply into three, and all three will crawl into the
    hole, releasing a Skulltula.
    
    A Skulltula crawls up and down one of the pillars. Use the hookshot.
    
    Another Skulltula is in the pond somewhere.
    
    ROOM 2.1
    Two Skulltulas are hiding in two of the beehives. Shoot them until two of them
    have fallen to the floor (on the map, they're shown on the 2nd Floor, but you
    have to kill them on the 1st Floor).
    
    Roll into all the pots to knock out two more.
    
    Behind the sleeping Deku Scrub is a curtain of ivy. Cut it down to find a
    hidden alcove.
    
    Smash the small jars to find another Skulltula.
    
    ROOM 2.2 (To reach it, play the Sonata of Awakening for the Deku Scrub to make
    him leave, then use the Deku Flower to reach the upper level)
    
    Use the Hookshot on the Skulltula on the wall.
    
    ROOM 1.2
    Release some bugs near the dirt patch near the wall closest to the entrance.
    
    Use the Hookshot to get the Skulltula out of reach above the door to Room 4.
    
    Use the pink flower to reach the other side, then find another Skulltula
    waiting on the pillar closest to the door to Room 4.
    
    ROOM 3.2
    There's a Skulltula to the right of the entrance.
    
    Another Hookshot job waits in the center of the room.
    
    ROOM 3.1 (jump down to the lower level)
    Use your Hookshot to reach one too high to reach.
    
    Two more are hiding in the crates. Use a roll attack to break them open and
    retrieve the Skulltulas.
    
    ROOM 4.2 (to reach it, use the Deku Flower in room 3.1 and take the upper door
    to room 4.2)
    
    Grab one hiding behind the pillar to your right as soon as you enter.
    
    Use the Hookshot to reach two more, one above the hallway leading to Room 5,
    and another on the wall on the other side of the room.
    
    Shoot down the beehive.
    
    To reach room 5.2, first hit the crystal switch to make the ladder appear. If
    you don't have the Bunny Hood or the Zora Mask, go back into room 1.1 and get
    some spring water, unless you already know the Song of Storms. Return to room
    4.2 and plant some Magic Beans in the soft soil. Water it, then hop on to reach
    the tunnel to room 5.2. If you have the Bunny Hood or the Zora Mask, put one on
    to increase your jumping distance, then just jump to the hallway leading to
    room 5.2.
    
    ROOM 5.2
    Two skulltulas are hiding in the grass. Wander around through the grass until
    you find them.
    
    Shoot down another beehive.
    
    THREE Skulltulas are hiding in the tree. Roll into the tree to knock them down.
    
    - Now return to the front room to find that the poor cursed Skulltula man is
    back to normal! He'll give you the Mask of Truth, which you can use to read
    Gossip Stones and listen to the thoughts of doggies.
    
    - OCEANSIDE SPIDER HOUSE -
    
    MAP
    1ST FLOOR
                      _______
                     |      @|
           @         |       |
           |         |  |   @|
         __|_________|a |    |
        |@    @      |@ | 2  |
        |            |__|    |
        |            :   @   |
        |  LIBRARY   |____.._|
     ___|            | / @   \
    |@@              ||   1   |
     ―――|            | \_   _/
        |           @|   | |
         ―|――――――――――    |@|
          |              |@|
          |              | |
          @              | |
                       __| |__
                      |       |
                      | START |
                      |       |
                      |__   __|
    
    BASEMENT              @
              ________    |
             |    @   |___|__
             |        |     @|
             |@   3   : @    |__________
             | @ @    |――|   |@      @ @|           ___
             |________|a |  @|          |__________/   \
                 ||   |  | 2 |    @                 POH |
                 |@   |  |   :   @4@     __________  5  |
                      |      |          |          \___/
                      | @    |          |
                       ―――――――――――――――――
    KEY
    @=GOLD SKULLTULA
    POH=Piece Of Heart
    a=STAIRS LEAD TO POINT "a"
    |
    |
    @=GOLD SKULLTULA AT THE END OF A LONG HOLE IN THE WALL
    
    Map © 2000 Bedman
    
    The Oceanside Spiderhouse requires the Goron Mask, the Fire Arrow, the Hookshot
    (duh) and it helps if you have the Captain's Hat (it gets you an extra piece of
    heart). You should also only do this on the first day, since you won't get any
    reward unless you do it on the first day. The reward? A Giant Wallet! Also, if
    you have the Captain's Hat, you can talk to the Stalchildren to find out what
    order to shoot the colored masks in room 4.B to reach a heart piece in room
    5.B (POH = Piece Of Heart)
    
    START ROOM
    Bomb the wall to reach room 1.
    
    ROOM 1.1
    Use the Hookshot to reel in the first two Gold Skulltula tokens.
    
    Burn the webbing on the ceiling to reach the third. Shoot it with your Hookshot
    and pull in the token.
    
    ROOM 2.1
    A Skulltula is crawling back and forth on the rafter. Bring it down with the
    Hookshot.
    
    Another is hanging out above the stairs.
    
    Burn the webbed-up vase in the corner (the one in a group of four), then roll
    into the vases on the far left and far right to get two more.
    
    LIBRARY
    Move the Card Catalog (*gasp* a card catalog?? *faints*) out of the way to
    find a long hole in the wall. Use the hookshot.
    
    Shoot down the painting near the card catalog.
    
    Move the bookcase next to the wall out of the way to reach two more.
    
    Back near the Card Catalog, climb up the bookshelf that has some books missing.
    From here, shoot the Skulltula between the wall and the ceiling.
    
    Jump across the tops of the bookshelves to reach the other side. Knock down the
    painting and shoot the Skulltula in the long hole in the wall.
    
    Jump over to the bookcases in the corner to find the last one in the Library.
    
    ROOM 2.B (take the stairs in room 2.1)
    Get on the stairs to reach an out-of-reach Skulltula in between the wall and
    the ceiling.
    
    Roll into the vase next to the door leading to room 4.B.
    
    Burn the webs covering the boxes in the corner, then smash the jar on top.
    
    Burn another web on the wall to reveal another long hole in the wall.
    
    To the left of the door leading to room 3.B, wait for the Skulltula to crawl
    out from behind the mask, then get it.
    
    ROOM 3.B (burn the web covering the door)
    Smash a box near the right wall (to your right when you enter, see map).
    
    Climb the boxes on the far wall and shoot the Skulltula behind the boats.
    
    Stay on the boxes and burn the webs to find another.
    
    Smash the box on the other wall to reveal a small alcove. Enter to find a
    Skulltula.
    
    Climb the big pile of boxes, then look around (especially up) to find a Hook-
    shot target. Latch onto it to pull yourself up to the loft. A Skulltula hides
    in one of the pots.
    
    ROOM 4.B
    Wait for the Skulltula in between the floor and the ceiling to crawl out from
    behind the web, or waste a Fire Arrow to burn it.
    
    One of the painings hides a Skulltula (see map)
    
    The vase on the far left holds a spider. Roll into it.
    
    Turn into Darmani, then do a Goron Pound on the table to knock the three Skull-
    tulas off the chandelier.
    
    If it's still the First Day, return to the first room and talk to the man.
    He'll give you the Giant Wallet.
    
    -*- THE GILDED SWORD -*-
    
    The Gilded Sword is the second most powerful sword in the game. There are a
    few steps you need to take in order to get this golden sword:
    
    The first three steps can be skipped if you have already accomplished them. If
    you haven't, be sure you have before you begin the 2nd Three Day Sequence.
    
    1ST 3-DAY SEQUENCE:
    ACQUIRE THE ADULT'S WALLET BY DEPOSITING 200 RUPEES AT THE BANK
    DEFEAT GHOT IN SNOWHEAD TEMPLE
    TAKE POWDER KEG CERTIFICATION TEST
    
    2ND 3-DAY SEQUENCE:
    UPGRADE YOUR KOKIRI SWORD
    DEFEAT GHOT
    BLAST OPEN THE RACETRACK
    WIN THE RACE
    TALK TO THE SMITHY
    
    - ACQUIRE THE ADULT'S WALLET -
    All you need to do to get this is deposit 200 rupees at the Clock Town Bank.
    The Banker will then give you the Adult's wallet, which allows you to carry up
    to 200 rupees. Make sure you leave at least 150 rupees inside your account.
    
    - DEFEAT GHOT IN SNOWHEAD TEMPLE -
    Enter and complete Snowhead Temple. Use Darmani's roll attack to defeat Ghot.
    Once you have his remains, that's all you need.
    
    - TAKE THE POWDER KEG CERTIFICATION TEST -
    After defeating Ghot and thawing the mountains (or by using the Fire Arrow),
    find the Bomb Shop in Goron Village. Take the Powder Keg to the Goron racetrack
    located above Goron Pond (the area with three islands in between Goron Village
    and Snowhead). Throw the keg up the ramps, then roll up to it, then repeat to
    get it outside, then carry it to the track to bust it open. If it's later than
    Day 1, just return to the Bomb Shop and talk to the Medigoron inside. Now, you
    are certified to carry Powder Kegs.
    
    NOW PLAY THE SONG OF TIME TO RETURN TO DAY ONE
    From here, you MUST follow the instructions to get the Gilded Sword. You must
    start this on Day 1.
    
    - UPGRADE YOUR KOKIRI SWORD -
    Withdraw 150 rupees from your account, then buy a Powder Keg from the goron in
    the Bomb Shop, then go to the Mountain Smithy in the Mountain Village (the log
    cabin). Talk to him and pay him 100 rupees to upgrade your Kokiri Sword up to a
    Razor Sword. You may need to use the Fire Arrow to thaw the forge. Don't rest
    now, there's lots more to do.
    
    - DEFEAT GHOT -
    Since you've already defeated Ghot once, it will go quicker this time. Play the
    Goron Lullaby to get past the giant goron, then climb up to Snowhead Temple.
    Step into the blue light to be warped directly to Ghot. Beat him again, then
    return to Goron Pond. Use your Powder Keg to blast it open.
    
    - WIN THE RACE -
    After blasting open the racetrack, enter the race and win. Easier said than
    done. Just keep on rolling and break the green jars to refill your magic. Try
    to avoid the other racers, they can knock you off course, into a wall, and ruin
    your roll, forcing you to build up your speed again. Avoid the ramps unless
    you're spiked out. If you win, you'll get another bottle, filled with Prime
    Gold Dust.
    
    - TALK TO THE SMITHY -
    If it's not the 2nd Day yet, wait until it is (or play the Song of Double Time)
    and then return to the Mountain Smithy. Your sword should be ready by now, so
    take it. Admire it, then turn back around and talk to him again. Let him take
    the gold dust and your sword (again). Wait another day and return to receive
    the Gilded Sword!
    
    NOTE: To get the Gilded Sword, you need to have your Kokiri Sword upgraded to
    the Razor Sword. The Razor Sword doesn't last, so make sure you have it by Day
    2, or else it won't work. When you play the Song of Time, you will lose the
    Razor Sword, but once you have the gilded sword and you play the Song of Time,
    you'll have it forever and you won't be able to use the Kokiri Sword ever
    again.
    
    -*- ANJU & KAFEI -*-
    
    This is the most complicated side mission ever! It will take up more than 1
    three-day cycle to get everything done, since there's more than one way to do
    it. The whole thing involves five Bombers' Notebook characters and will get you
    four new masks, a bottle, and a Piece of Heart. Here's a bare-bones list of
    what to do and when to do it. Events marked with a * must be done in the same
    3-Day sequence. Events marked with a ** must be done in the same 3-Day sequence
    to finally reunite the two lovers (meaning to get the final mask, you must do
    all the ** things in the same 3-day sequence, but items with a * aren't re-
    quired for the final mask, but must be done in the same 3-day sequence).
    
    REQUIREMENTS:
    Epona
    Garo's Mask
    
    LOCATION: MAYOR'S DRAWING ROOM
    TIME: 1ST - 2ND, 10:00 am - 8:00 pm
    WHO: MADAME AROMA
    WHAT: Talk to her to receive Kafei's Mask, use it to ask people about Kafei.
    
    LOCATION: STOCK POT INN
    TIME: 1ST, ABOUT 1:00 pm
    WHO: ANJU AND POSTMAN
    WHAT: Listen to conversation between Anju, the Innkeeper, and the Postman. YAH!
    
    LOCATION: STOCK POT INN
    TIME: 1ST, 1:50 pm - 4:10 pm
    WHO: ANJU
    WHAT: Talk to Anju (without mask on) and tell her you have a reservation to get
    a room key, allows you to get in to the Inn at night.
    
    **LOCATION: STOCK POT INN
    TIME: 1ST, After Postman leaves.
    WHO: ANJU
    WHAT: Talk to Anju (with Kafei's mask on) to arrange a meeting at 11:30 pm.
    
    **LOCATION: STOCK POT INN KITCHEN
    TIME: 1ST, 11:30 pm
    WHO: ANJU
    WHAT: Talk to her and get the letter from her to Kafei.
    
    **LOCATION: CLOCK TOWN MAILBOX (any of the five)
    TIME: 1ST, 11:30 pm - 6:00 am
    WHO: YOU
    WHAT: Mail Anju's letter by placing it in one of the Mailboxes before morning.
    
    *LOCATION: LAUNDRY POOL
    TIME: 2ND, 3:30 pm
    WHO: POSTMAN AND KAFEI
    WHAT: Watch the letter be delivered to a small boy wearing Keaton's Mask.
    
    **LOCATION: LAUNDRY POOL
    TIME: 2ND, 4:15
    WHO: KAFEI
    WHAT: Enter the Curiosity Shop's back door, located at the Laundry Pool. Enter
    and talk to Kafei. Recieve the Pendant of Memories.
    
    **LOCATION: STOCK POT INN
    TIME: 2ND 5:00 - 9:00 pm, 3RD 6:00 am - 12:00 pm
    WHO: ANJU
    WHAT: Give Pendant of Memories to Anju.
    
    *LOCATION: LAUNDRY POOL DOOR
    TIME: 3RD, 1:00 - 10:00 PM
    WHO: CURIOSITY SHOP OWNER
    WHAT: Listen to Curiosity Shop Owner, then receive Keaton's Mask and Express
    Mail to Mama (letter from Kafei to his mother, Madame Aroma).
    
    *LOCATION: MILK BAR
    TIME: 3RD, 6:00 PM - 
    WHO: MADAME AROMA
    WHAT: Hand-deliver Express Mail to Mama, receive extra bottle. WARNING! Doing
    this may compromise your time to get to Sakon's Hideout! Once you do this, you
    may have to start over the whole thing, unless you have the Stone Mask.
    
    *LOCATION: POST OFFICE
    TIME: 3RD, 6:00 PM -
    WHO: POSTMAN
    WHAT: Give mail to Postman at Post Office (doesn't work if you already hand-
    delivered it to Madame Aroma).
    
    *LOCATION: OUTSIDE MILK BAR
    TIME: 3RD, AFTER DELIVERY
    WHAT: Talk to Postman outside the Milk Bar to receive the Postman's Hat (only
    if you gave it to him and he delivered it to Madame Aroma himself).
    
    **LOCATION: BEHIND ROCKS OUTSIDE SAKON'S HIDEOUT (in Ikana Valley, to the right
    of the dock).
    TIME: 3RD, 6:00
    WHO: YOU AND KAFEI
    WHAT: Talk to Kafei behind the rocks just outside Sakon's Hideout. Wait there
    for Sakon to open the cave (put on the Stone Mask if you have it to be doubly
    sure he doesn't see you). Wait for Sakon to go inside before you head in after
    him.
    
    Here's a map of Sakon's Hideout:
    
    KEY:
    B#=BLUE SWITCH (#=door opened by switch)
    YY=YELLOW SWITCH (slows conveyor)
    RR=RED SWITCH (speeds up conveyor)
    L#=BLOCK (#=reference number)
    D#=DOOR (#=switch that opens the door)
    E#=ENEMY (#=door opened by enemy)
    Map © 2000 Bedman
    
                  ROOM 2      ROOM 4     ROOM 6
                  ________________________________
          _______|          |          |          |_____
         |       |      E3  |     E5   D6    E7   D8    |
         |       D2         D4         |          |     |
     ____|      _|__________|__________|__________|_ B9 |
     ____    B1|_|________________________________|9|   |
         |       |          |YY      RR|          |― B8 |
         |       D1   LL    |    RR    D5 LL  LL  |     |
         |_______|  L1B2LL  D3 RRYY  RR|L2YYL3RRL5D7    |
          START  |    LL    |    RR    |  LLL4LL  |_____|
          ROOM   |          |YY    RRB4|    B6    |FINAL
                  ―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――― ROOM
                  ROOM 1      ROOM 3     ROOM 5
    
    The basic strategy is to use Kafei in the lower rooms (1,3, and 5) to step on
    the blue switch, which will allow Link to enter his next room. Once Link de-
    feats all the enemies in that room, Kafei's next door will open. This is highly
    confusing if you're just reading this, but you'll understand when you're play-
    ing it. You can press START in each room to pause after seeing what it looks
    like, then my descriptions will be clearer. The camera position will stay the
    same for all six rooms, so this is roughly what it looks like from above.
    
    Here goes!
    
    In the first area, you'll see the Sun's Mask. Kafei will hop on the blue 
    switch to try and retrieve it. Of course, the switch also starts a conveyor
    belt which will slowly pull the mask towards the hole at the number 9 in the
    very last room. The goal is to get both Link and Kafei onto the switches at B8
    and B9. So, first put Link onto B1 to open the door D1. Leave Link there and
    now you will control Kafei. As Kafei, grab Block L1 and push it onto B2. This
    will open the door D2, allowing Link to enter his first room. Now use Link to
    enter Room 2 and defeat all the enemies (E3) to open D3. Now take Kafei into
    Room 3. DON'T step on the RR (red switches). Leave Kafei on B4 and take Link
    into Room 4. Defeat the E5 enemies to open D5. Take Kafei into Room 5. Push
    block L2 DOWN, then pull block L3 to the LEFT (onto the yellow switch). Run
    down to block L4 and push it DOWN onto switch B6. Now take Link into Room 6.
    Defeat the enemies to open the door at D7. To reach it, push block L5 DOWN.
    Enter, then put Kafei on B8. Now take Link through the door and step on switch
    B9 to close the door to the hole. The Sun's Mask is safe! Warp back to town and
    go to the Employees Only room. Wait there for Kafei to get the Couple's Mask
    (trust me, as long as Anju is there and you saved the Sun's Mask, he'll show
    up, though he may not get there until 5 am).
    
     ____________________________________
    |GLITCHES, TIPS, CHEATS, TWEAKS, ETC.|
    |————————————————————————————————————|
    
    -*- BOMBABLE WALLS -*-
    
    To find out if a wall can be bombed, hit it with your sword. If it can be
    bombed, it will make a unique sound. Most walls make a THONG noise when you hit
    them, but bombable walls will make a TWAING sound. The only real use for this
    is to test a wall before you waste a Bomb on it. Note that this doesn't count
    for walls and stones that can only be broken by a Powder Keg.
    
    -*- EASY RUPEES -*-
    
    - TAKKURI -
    
    The easiest way to get rupees. THIS IS SO EASY!!! You need either Epona or the
    Stone Mask (see the MASKS section for details). Head south from Clock Town
    until you reach the entrance to Milk Road. Flying around this area is Takkuri,
    a kleptomaniac bird who loves to steal your items and rupees. Make sure you
    put on the Stone Mask or get on Epona before approaching Takkuri. Shoot him
    with arrows (I like using Fire Arrows, but you don't need to). Sometimes, when
    you shoot him, he may drop about three rupees. Don't bother with this chicken
    feed, just keep shooting him. Once he finally falls and dies, he'll leave be-
    hind a giant gold rupee worth 200 rupees! This is the quickest way to fill up
    your bank account to get a Piece of Heart.
    
    - DODONGOS -
    
    This is another easy way to get 50 rupees, but it's only good during the day.
    North of Clock Town are two dodongos, who will each give you 50 rupees when you
    kill them (there's another pair in the secret grotto). To kill the dodongos, Z-
    target them, then run around to their back and jump-attack their tale. Immedi-
    ately raise your shield as he turns towards you. While he's busy building up
    some fire for you, run back around to his tail and jump-attack it again. Once
    he finally dies, run like heck away from him and wait for him to blow up. Run
    back to find a purple rupee.
    
    - BLUE BUBBLES -
    
    This really only works at night, just east of Clock Town, and only once you get
    the Light Arrow. It also helps if you have the Stone Mask. At night, Shoot the
    Blue Bubbles with Light Arrows to get 50 rupees each. Simple. Once you have 200
    rupees, it might be easier to buy a Chateau Romani from the Milk Bar (after 10
    pm). Drinking this will give you unlimited magic until you play the Song of
    Time. This way, you can shoot all the Light Arrows you want and you only have
    to worry about running out of arrows.
    
    - TREASURE CHESTS -
    
    There are about four treasure chests in Clock Town containing 100 rupees each.
    Two of them can be reached easily, but the other two are a bit more difficult.
    One of them is located in East Clock Town. Using the Bunny Hood or the Zora
    Mask, climb the stairs behind the Milk Bar (the ones that lead to the roof of
    the Bar). From there, jump across to the stone ledge just past the exit to Ter-
    mina Field (you must use the Bunny Hood or the Zora Mask). From there, jump to
    the basket above the entrance to Honey & Darling's, then jump to the roof of
    the Town Shooting Gallery. Hop up, then run south, then west to find a chest
    containing a silver rupee. Another chest is located in the sewer leading to the
    Observatory. As soon as you reach the water (coming from Clock Town), jump in
    and swim left. Swim past the Skulltula, then climb into the small alcove. Bomb
    the wall (the cracked one), then open the chest. The other two chests are lo-
    cated in the Stock Pot Inn. To get one of them, you need the key to the Knife
    Chamber (the locked room upstairs). You can only get it on the first day by
    talking to Anju at the Front Desk in the afternoon. Tell her you have a reser-
    vation, then take the key upstairs and enter the Knife Chamber. Inside is a
    chest with another silver rupee. The other chest is in the Employee's Only room
    (Anju's bedroom). You can only enter it after midnight on the Final Day.
    
    -*- GLITCHES -*-
    
    They really should've bug-tested this game a LOT more. It has some really
    obvious glitches that any bug tester should have found. Of course, whenever you
    change the person being controlled in the middle of the game, there are going
    to be some glitches that need to be worked out. There are quite a few glitches
    that can be done in Sakon's Hideout when control switches from Link to Kafei.
    And of course, if you have a special character that the main character can
    transform into only in the boss rooms, someone is GOING to find a way to use
    him outside of boss rooms, which then leads to even more glitches. It's kinda
    like the glitch in Ocarina of Time where you save at Ganon after loosing your
    sword, which leads to the ability to use C-items while riding Epona, which
    leads to using the hookshot to pull yourself off of Epona but tricks the game
    into thinking your still riding Epona.... It just goes on and on.
    
    - FALL THROUGH THE STAIRS -
    
    I don't know why I'm bothering to put this in here, but I'm sure that if I
    don't, some newbie will e-mail me saying "Hey, wow, I've found a glitch that
    you don't have!" Actually, it's so boring that I never bothered to put it in.
    There are a couple of ways to do this. One way is to get onto the roof of the
    Town Shooting Gallery (near the chest with the silver rupee). From there, jump
    off right next to the wooden wall onto the stairs. You'll fall through the
    stairs and warp to South Clock Town. The other way to do this is to use the
    Deku Flower in South Clock Town and fly over to the stairs leading to West
    Clock Town. Once the flower runs out (or once you push A), you'll fall through
    the stairs and warp to West Clock Town. No logical use except that it's kinda
    funny to see Link fall through the stairs.
    
    - GIANT MASK SPASTIC LINK GLITCH -
    
    To do this, enter Sakon's Hideout on day three (use the glitch below to help).
    Put on a mask (best if you don't use the Keaton Mask), then when control
    switches to Kafei, pause and set the Giant Mask to the same C button that the
    mask you were wearing was set to. Now, when control returns to Link, you'll see
    Link put on the Giant's Mask, blue light will appear like a halo around Link's
    head, and he'll go all spastic like he's transforming. The game will freeze and
    the only way out is to shut off the N64.
    
    - ENTER SAKON'S HIDEOUT EARLY -
    
    This is easy. YOU CAN ROLL THROUGH SAKON'S UNBREAKABLE DOOR! You can roll right
    through the crack on the right side if you do it right. You might fall down and
    land in some water. If this happens, you'll be returned to the canyon. Stop N
    Swop claims the Triforce of Time is down there, but nobody should ever listen
    to Stop N Swop because Stop N Swop can't even get past the stumps at the begin-
    ning of the game. Thankfully, Stop N Swop has been banned from the GameFAQs
    Message Boards. Anyway, as soon as you roll through, Link will make a sound
    like he's hopping. Push left on the control stick to prevent him from falling
    into the water below.
    
    - FIERCE DIETY LINK OUTSIDE -
    
    This only works on Day 3 and it helps if you can do the above glitch. Do this
    early in the morning for the most time. Roll through the stone door into
    Sakon's Hideout. Put on a mask (other than the Keaton Mask) and make sure the
    Fierce Diety's Mask isn't set to a C item. Now, when control switches to Kafei,
    set the Fierce Diety's Mask to the same C button that the mask you were wearing
    was assigned to. When control returns to Link, he'll transform into Fierce
    Diety Link. Now finish the hideout and leave. Jump in the river and swim south
    to reach the Southern Swamp. From there you can get to Termina Field. Have fun!
    
    NOTE: There are many glitches that go along with this glitch. If you talk to
    certain people in Clock Town, the game freezes, etc. Explore at your own risk.
    
    - STOP THE WATERWHEEL -
    
    NOTE: THIS DOESN'T STOP THE CURRENT, IT ONLY STOPS THE WHEEL. YOU CANNOT STOP
    THE CURRENT IN ANY WAY, YOU CAN ONLY REVERSE IT!
    
    I can't believe this wasn't found in bug-testing. In the Great Bay Temple, go
    through any door in the temple (other than the very first one) and then return
    to the first room (the one with lots of geysers and the waterwheel). Stop all
    the geysers that are making the waterwheel turn so that it stops. Now transform
    into Darmani and hop in the water. 'Nuff said.
    
    - SPASTIC BUNNY HOOD -
    
    Okay, yes, I got this from Anju's Glitch FAQ, but this is just too funny to
    leave out. It's not really useful, but I found it funny. In the Milk Bar, play
    the Ballad of the Windfish with all four instruments, then put on the Bunny
    Hood. Talk to Toto (the zora) and go up on stage. Stand under the spotlight and
    you'll replay the song. After that, you'll become SUPER SPASTIC BUNNY!!! For
    some reason, you'll run about four times faster than normal now. This wears off
    once you leave the Milk Bar, but still, it's really funny to watch Link run
    around the Milk Bar at super spastic speed :->
    
    - FISH OUT OF WATER -
    
    If you catch a fish in a bottle and then release it into the big tank in the
    Great Bay Laboratory, it will swim OUT of the tank and float through the air to
    the smaller tank. It will then stay right next to the tank, floating in mid-air
    and flapping it's fins trying to get it. I don't know about you, but if I were
    a fish, I'd want to stay away from that tank, not get inside it.
    
    - SOME KINDA MATRIX RIP-OFF PART II -
    
    I got this off of the MM message boards at GameFAQs a while ago and I haven't
    tried it. If you can manage to jump off a ledge in Ikana and get frozen by a
    Gibdo while in mid-air, it looks like it goes into bullet-time while Link stays
    frozen in mid-air.
    
    
     ___________
    |OTHER STUFF|
    |———————————|
    
    This is a bunch of other stuff that may or may not be related to Majora's Mask,
    but is most likely related to this FAQ somehow.
    
    -*- BEDMAN'S SWEET HOME -*-
    
    I was thinking, last night, at 2:21 AM about how I don't have my own Sweet Home
    thing like Armagetz does. This may seem random, unnecessary, and like I just
    stuck this here to take up memory, but if Dallas can cheat and add hundreds of
    little ='s and +'s and -'s to make his FAQ look bigger, I can show everyone how
    much this FAQ affects my life (and how hard it is to write a 300 KB + solid-
    text guide for Majora's Mask). Here's a day (actually, more like three) that
    was quite unusual, and would've been better if it weren't for this FAQ! I still
    enjoy writing it, though. Also note that some of the times may be off a little, 
    and it's a little longer than I expected, but it's funny!
    
    BEDMAN'S SWEET HOME
    (inspired by Armagetz)
    
    DECEMBER 21, 2000
    11:55 AM - Bedman looks at watch, double checks clock, then leaps out of bed.
               Wasted too much time sleeping! ¦:-o Must get to work on FAQ!
    12:10 PM - Brother got up too, hogs Laptop :-(
    12:12 PM - Bedman goes to his room to play Pokιmon Stadium. :ή
    1:45 PM - Bedman won the Prime Cup Great Ball Tournament! :-D
    1:46 PM - Bedman plays Sushi-go-round, has way too much fun. "O-Sushi wa totemo
              oishii yo!"
    2:00 PM - Bedman decides to try and fight his own Mewtwo with his own Mewtwo in
              a free-play battle.
    2:30 PM - Bedman's Mewtwo won! Then again, it also lost. :[
    2:40 PM - Bedman and brother waste time listening to fake radio commercials
              from Sreets of Sim City on the Laptop.
    3:00 PM - Bedman collapses with laughter ("Hack & Mickey's Roadkill Scrapin's.
              This week featurin' Greasy Grimy Gopher Guts, Steamed Moose Turd Pie,
              and lip-smackin' Rotten Log Surprise, MmMMM! Fresh daily! USDA
              avoided and completely unlicensed!") ROTFLMHO!!!
    3:32 PM - Brother realizes what time it is, promptly quits listening to funny
              radio commercials.
    3:44 PM - Bedman helps brother straighten Christmas tree.
    4:00 PM - Brother leaves for work! Bedman has whole house (and computer) to
              himself. Writes FAQ, of course :-)
    6:00 PM - Mom gets home, watches news on TV.
    6:45 PM - Sister gets home from work.
    7:00 PM - Jeopardy is on! Bedman forces himself to stop writing his FAQ and eat
              Tuna Noodle Cassarole leftovers. Yummy! (seriously!)
    7:30 PM - Jeopardy is over and dinner is finished. Bedman continues FAQ.
    9:30 PM - Sister asks if she can check e-mail.
    9:31 PM - Bedman opens AOL.
    9:32 PM - Bedman enters username and password, then hits OK.
    9:33 PM - Bedman runs and gets the phone line and quickly plugs it into his
              laptop's modem before error messages begin popping up.
    9:35 PM - Sister is on-line! Bedman patiently reads Majora's Mask Instruction
              Manual while he waits (looking for things to add to the BASICS sec-
              tion!).
    9:46 PM - Sister is done! Bedman checks his own e-mail.
    9:48 PM - No new Majora's Mask e-mails :-(, Bedman is disappointed. Bedman
              e-mails himself. Doesn't seem to work.
    9:49 PM - Bedman e-mails himself at AOL.
    9:50 PM - "You've got mail!" wakes up Bedman!
    9:52 PM - Sends self an e-mail from AOL :-P
    9:55 PM - Bedman stops what he's doing and goes to WHquestion.com.
    10:00 PM - Bedman laughs hard at answers he got to his Bedman question :)
    10:01 PM - Sister comes over from making cookie dough to see what's so funny.
    10:15 PM - Brother returns from work (delivering pizza).
    10:33 PM - Sister tells Bedman to stop using the internet so the phone is free.
    10:34 PM - Bedman resumes writing FAQ.
    10:40 PM - Bedman is interrupted by sister with cookie dough sample.
    10:45 PM - Bedman is interrupted again by sister with cookie dough in a spoon.
    11:08 PM - Sister says goodnight in French. Bedman says goodnight in Japanese.
               O-nesan, oyasumi nasai!
    
    DECEMBER 22, 2000
    12:24 AM - Bedman realizes what time it is and forces self to stop writing FAQ.
    12:35 AM - Bedman decides to go on the internet to "check a few things."
    12:57 AM - Finished checking a few things. Realizes what a waste it was to
               spend so little time on the internet. Bedman goes to WHquestion.com
               again.
    12:59 AM - Bedman writes silly question: "If you were rolling down the ocean on
               a jet ski and the wheel came off, would it take the same number of
               pancakes to cover a doghouse?"
    1:01 AM - Bedman laughs hard. :ή
    1:02 AM - Bedman calls brother over from putting lights on tree to read funny
              question.
    1:32 AM - Bedman stops looking for Star Trek walkthroughs and checks WHques-
              tion.com.
    1:34 AM - "You have 2 new answers to your question." Bedman is surprised! :-O
    1:35 AM - "Yeah, I guess so...." someone answered. Bedman rates it a :|
    1:38 AM - "Well to start with, you can't eleviate a frequently used partition
              with the elves of a noise." Perfect! Bedman laughs and rates it a :),
              assumes person must be as sleep deprived as he is.
    1:39 AM - Brother laughs at silly answer.
    2:07 AM - Bedman forces himself to log off and go to bed. ¦-)
    2:08 AM - Bedman brushes his teeth like he always does.
    2:10 AM - Bedman reads a chapter of the Bible like he always does.
    2:15 AM - Bedman says "Goodnight Teddy," then "Goodnight everybody," (in
              English) then turns off the light, just like he always does.
    2:16 AM - Bedman decides not to listen to Supernatural (by dc Talk) on his CD
              player like he always does.
    2:30 AM - Bedman counts sheep.
    2:32 AM - Done counting sheep, 12 in all. Bedman realizes he hasn't gotten
              sister a Christmas present! Decides to get her another stuffed sheep.
    3:02 AM - Bedman realizes what's wrong.
    3:03 AM - Bedman starts listening to Supernatural.
    3:06 AM - Bedman is rocking out listening to the music.
    3:13 AM - Bedman skips past boring love song and listens to funky love song.
    3:23 AM - Bedman reaches title song! Rocks out even more, wonders what others
              would think of him rocking out to a Christian rock song.
    3:30 AM - Music is over, didn't help :-(
    3:40 AM - Bedman can't stop thinking about his Majora's Mask FAQ!
    4:00 AM - Realizes mom will probably be getting UP soon to go to work. Con-
              siders getting up and working on FAQ. Decides not to when he realizes
              Brother is still up too and would send him back to bed.
    4:23 AM - Bedman finally falls asleep ¦-|
    8:12 AM - Sister comes in and asks to borrow money for Christmas shopping.
    8:28 AM - Bedman and brother discuss sleep deprivation and funny question
              (Bedman and brother share a room).
    8:46 AM - Bedman falls back asleep ¦-(
    10:00 AM - Alarm wakes Bedman.
    10:26 AM - Radio program is over, "Nice radio program," Bedman says to himself.
               Whoops! Must... get... up... (Bedman falls back asleep).
    11:01 AM - Bedman wakes up and FORCES himself to get out of bed.
    11:05 AM - Bedman eats Cosco croissant while typing on the computer.
    11:47 AM - Bedman stops and decides to go find the last five fairies in the
               Stone Tower Temple (emphasis on "decides").
    12:17 PM - Bedman was delayed by dragging brother out of bed. Now goes to find
               fairies.
    12:20 PM - Reaches Stone Tower Temple, realizes he has SIX fairies to find,
               notices six chests on his dungeon map. Makes note to add hint to his
               FAQ.
    12:35 PM - Bedman rescued all 15 fairies! Gets a really cool looking sword!
               Time to add that Stone Tower Temple map to FAQ :-)
    12:36 PM - Brother is hogging computer again :( Bedman decides to go looking
               for more Pieces of Heart in Majora's Mask.
    4:00 PM - Brother leaves for work again! Bedman continues FAQ, but delays add-
              ing Stone Tower Temple fairies (surfs the net and adds ENEMIES and
              BASICS sections).
    9:21 PM - Bedman FINALLY stops working on other sections of FAQ (enemies) and
              surfing the net to add the Stone Tower Temple fairies.
    
    DECEMBER 23, 2000 (yeah, I know this is too long, almost done!)
    1:12 PM - Bedman sacrifices his sleep to finish version 2.0! Next comes quick
              proofreading and upload tomorrow (technically, later today).
    10:08 AM - Bedman quickly gets up. Choir practice at 11:00 AM!
    10:31 AM - Bedman inhales breakfast (bacon and waffles without butter) :-[
    10:44 AM - Bedman leaves for church. Sings. :-o
    11:40 AM - Choir practice is over, but Bedman has a Chirstmas party to go to.
               Begins proofreeding FAQ while he waits until family is ready to
               leave.
    1:15 PM - Bedman leaves for Christmas party a little later than expected.
    7:15 PM - Bedman, having left the party, arrives at Blockbuster. Calls sister
              on her own Cell Phone and reads titles of interesting movies. (What
              do you mean back to comedy?... just kidding).
    7:30 PM - Bedman is home :)
    7:40 PM - Bedman resumes proofreeding FAQ. Notices how few errors there were
              before proofreeding. Realizes he's a lot better at spelling and
              grammar than most FAQ riters :-ή
    8:49 PM - Family starts watching rented movie (U-571). Bedman futilely tries to
              proofread FAQ, but movie has too much shooting and explosions (and
              subtitled german).
    10:44 PM - Movie is over, Bedman realizes he has only proofread half the FAQ.
               Decides to upload it now instead of wasting time.
    11:07 PM - Fortune City Mail isn't working >:-( Decides to use AOL.
    11:10 PM - VERSION 2.0 UPLOADED!!! ¦:-D
    
    
    -*- E-MAIL -*-
    
    Preferred Majora's Mask e-mail: bedman@mail.com
    PLEASE put Majora's Mask in the Subject line! NO SPAM!!! Don't send me porn
    offers or you will be sorry!!! >:-(
    
    Read this before you e-mail me with anything not related to Majora's Mask.
    
    A while ago, I got the following e-mail in my mailbox. I obviously censored out
    a lot. If I hadn't, CJayC may not let me put this up, it's pretty much X rated:
    
    [START OF E-MAIL]
    
    This Is Kind Of A Test And If You Got One Of Them It Would Be 1 Point Send Me
    Back Your  Amout Of Them 
    
    1)Had Thoughts Of [word young children shouldn't see here] Your Parents (If You
    Do That You Are One Sick [f-word here])
    2)Done [a word young children wouldn't understand, but still shouldn't see]
    3)Jumped Out A Window And Broke A Body Part
    4)[Something I don't want to think about here] With Some One
    5)[Same here] With Family
    6)Thoughts Of [bad word here] Your Best Friends B/F Or G/F
    7)Are Completely Crazy(Thats Me) [editor's note: "That's obvious"]
    8)Slit Your Wrist [editor's note: DO NOT TRY THIS AT HOME OR ANYWHERE ELSE!]
    9)Tried Sufficateing Your Self [editor's note: DON'T TRY THIS EITHER]
    9)[F-word here] A Veggy
    10)[Same here] A Fruit
    11)Had [a typical word describing Pokιmon here] [word young children shouldn't
    see here]
    12)[Questionable word here] Over The Internet Or Phone
    13)Kissed Some One In A Public Place Like The Mall
    14)Predented To Trip Over Some One But[something I'm glad I've never done here]
    15)Had A Dream About [something bad here] A Animal
    
    Remember Send Me Your Answers Back
    
    [END OF E-MAIL]
    
    You can be sure I sent my answer back: zero points, and glad about it. This is
    a perfect example of the kind of e-mail I don't want to see in my mailbox. I
    totally love getting questions, comments, praise, constructive criticism, etc.
    about Majora's Mask, or any of my other FAQs. I don't even mind getting some-
    thing not related to Majora's Mask (usually). I just don't want anything dis-
    gusting (like this), insulting to ANYONE, insulting anything I believe in (like
    Christianity), or anything bad, gross, disgusting, dumb, stupid, etc. The same
    goes for AOL instant messages (see next section for details).
    
    - AOL INSTANT MESSAGES -
    AIM USERNAMES: NathanDale7
                   USJokerBedman
    
    DO NOT SEND ME ANY SPAM!!! I WILL SEND ALL SPAM THAT I RECEIVE TO
    TOSSPAM@AOL.COM AND THEY WILL DEAL WITH IT!!! IF YOU ARE WITH AOL AND YOU SEND
    ME SPAM, I WILL FORWARD YOUR MAIL TO TOSEMAIL1@AOL.COM AND YOU WILL LIKELY HAVE
    YOUR AOL ACCOUNT REVOKED!!!
    
    Many people are sending me Instant Messages (one person was from Scotland!). I
    love getting instant messages, but keep some things in mind:
    
    1: Your question may already be answered in my FAQ.
    2: If I am online, I may not be for long. If I'm online during the afternoon,
    morning, or early evening, I may have to log off soon (I don't like holding up
    thephone line). The best time is after 10:00 pm when I usually go online
    (though not for long, now that school is starting up again soon). Other than
    that, I'm probably just checking my mail, checking neopets.com, etc. You can
    still send me an Instant Message, just don't take your time and be prepared for
    me to log off. If I do, then you can see if your question is answered in the
    FAQ, or you can e-mail me and I'll get back to you soon.
    3: Don't ever do anything like the person who sent the above e-mail (also,
    don't insult me, ANYONE, anything I believe, etc.) Do NOT send any bad swear
    words through Instant Messages or I will notify AOL. I don't really mind,
    it's just that I'd rather not have anybody else see that kind of stuff.
    
    Also, I'm in the Pacific Time Zone, just to let you know. I've gotten a lot of
    people asking me "Why are you up so late?" or something. It's a little after
    10 pm here, and for them, it's a little after 1 am :) Then there's my friend in
    Scotland who will wake up and come online when it's 2:30 am for me, and he'll
    go to bed at 4:00 pm for me....
    
    - MAJORA'S MASK THREE-DAY CHALLENGE -
    
    I read about this on the GameFAQs message board and it sounds very interesting.
    You can't really do this very well with any other zelda game. So far, only
    four people have been able to accomplish this amazing feat of skill, knowledge,
    and incredible speed. Here's the challenge: beat Majora in six days. "That's
    easy," you say. "Six times twenty four is 144 hours to play through the game,
    right?" Wrong. You must beat Majora in six TERMINIAN days. Obviously, you
    have to wait until night of the third day to get the Ocarina of Time back, but
    can you beat all four bosses and the final boss in one single sitting and in
    only three Terminian days? Yes. You can. Because three people so far have ac-
    complished it. Also, I highly recommend taping this feat on video tape (only
    tape the second three day sequence, don't bother taping the first three days
    since those don't count much). Most people won't believe you unless you have
    video proof to back it up.
    
    But you're probably saying "It's impossible! You can't get to Epona on the
    first day because you'd have to beat both Odowla and Ghot before 6 pm." No you
    don't. Here's how to do it:
    
    - Before you attempt this, practice practice practice! You must know all of the
      dungeons better than Shigeru Miyamoto does. You must personally introduce
      yourself to each individual pixel.
    - Ignore anything not crucial in getting to Majora. This includes side-quests,
      unnecessary masks, getting dungeon maps / compasses, exploring, etc. You
      should get three bottles for the eggs, though. You should also do enough of
      the Anju-Kafei sequence to get the free Chateau Romani and extra bottle.
      Also, you can't get the FD Mask because you can't get all 20 masks in time.
    - You MUST use the Inverted Song of Time to slow down time.
    - Don't forget to buy Bombs, deku sticks, and any other essential items before
      you begin.
    
    - Start a new game and go through the first three day sequence, then use the
      Song of Time ONLY ONCE to return to Dawn of the First Day. From here, you
      cannot use the Song of Time any more. You must do the entire game in three
      days.
    - Immediately run and get the Red Potion and give it to Koume. Run to the Deku
      Palace and learn the Sonata of Awakening. Quickly make your way to Woodfall
      Temple.
    - Get the Hero's Bow, then get out of there.
    - Break through the ice to get to Snowhead.
    - Talk to the Goron Baby.
    - Get the Lens of Truth.
    - Follow Darmani, get the Goron Mask, get hot water, thaw the elder, learn the
      Lullaby Intro.
    - Learn the Goron Lullaby, enter Snowhead.
    - Get Fire Arrows, then skip Ghot and return to the Goron Village and become
      powder keg certified.
    - Return to Clock Town at some point at the right time and arrange to meet
      with Anju at night. Go to Milk Road and bomb the boulder, then get Epona.
      THIS MUST BE DONE BEFORE 6 PM ON THE FIRST DAY!
    - Then you must use Epona to get to the graveyard, get the Captain's Hat, then
      enter the grave and learn the Song of Storms.
    - After that, return and beat Odowla and Ghot, and don't forget to meet with
      Anju, then mail her letter. You should also teach the scarecrow a song.
    - Get the bottle by winning the goron race.
    - Get the Zora Mask, then gather all the eggs at the Pirates' Fortress (don't
      forget to get the Stone Mask to make it go faster).
    - Once you have the hookshot and the Scarecrow Song, get the bottle from the
      Beaver Brothers.
    - Show the picture to the fisherman, then get the three remaining eggs from
      Pinnacle Rock.
    - Learn the New Wave Bossa Nova, then enter the Great Bay Temple.
    - Beat Gyorg, then return and talk to Kafei. Later, get the letter from the
      Curiosity Shop owner and deliver it to Madame Aroma to get the Chateau
      Romani.
    - Go to Ikana and get the Mirror Shield and learn the Elegy of Emptiness.
    - Enter the Stone Tower Temple and beat Twinmold using the Chateau Romani.
    - Immediately warp back to town and climb the stairs in the Clock Tower.
    - Go to the moon and don't bother with the mini-dungeons since you don't have
      the masks. Defeat Majora.
    
    This can't be done easily. It is very challenging, but it can be done. Anyone
    can do it with enough practice (except Stop N Swop). Don't forget to video tape
    the whole thing. It will probably take about six hours, so use a blank video
    tape. If the tape runs out, immediately pause the game and switch tapes. If you
    accomplish this, e-mail me and let me know and I'll add your name to the list.
    You can also post it on the MM Message Board at GameFAQs and I'm sure many
    people will give you praise (and maybe some doubts). I wish you luck.
    
    By the way, I have not yet done this myself, but I will probably try to do it
    someday. Wish me luck too.
    
    People who have accomplished this amazing feat:
    
    Snapdragon
    ParagonX9
    VGman2
    Saiyan Girl
    
    People who claim to have accomplished this amazing feat:
    
    Luis Sanchez
    
    Snapdragon is the person who originally came up with this challenge.
    
    
     _______________
    |VERSION HISTORY|
    |———————————————|
    
    1.1 11-5-00 - Really sucked, incomplete, didn't get posted on GameFAQs.com. Oh
    well, I'll keep trying.
    
    1.2 11-20-00 - Better, walkthrough incomplete. Added NEW ITEM/SONG/ABILITY
    feature in walkthrough. Added SONGS and MASKS section. 
    
    Still didn't get posted... I'll keep trying!
    
    1.3 11-26-00 - Added several masks, added HOW TO GET IT to mask descriptions,
    added info on Great Bay. Started Pieces of Heart section. Added Bottles sec-
    tion. Added ITEMS section and THANKS section. Also added COPYRIGHT section.
    
    FINALLY got posted on GameFaqs.com!
    
    1.31 11-29-00 - Added small note about quotations in COPYRIGHT section after
    getting requests for permission to post my FAQ on other sites (see COPYRIGHT
    section for details). Nothing else updated, just wanted to clarify quotation
    rules.
    
    1.4 12-4-00 - Added to walkthrough, masks nearly complete, added CHARACTERS
    section. Added SIDE MISSIONS section. Reformatted walkthrough slightly, set max
    line width to 79 characters instead of 80 :(, don't ever try this at home
    especially in Notepad). Added Great Bay Temple info, added lots of pieces of
    heart.
    
    1.5 12-18-00 - Added Woodfall Temple walkthrough, a week late since I spent all
    weekend getting ready for Christmas :). Redrew the Majora's Mask at the top of
    the FAQ so that it's huge and much more detailed. Added Character Comparison
    section in CHARACTER section. FINISHED the Bombers' Notebook section. Also
    added Giant's Mask to Transformation Masks section, masks almost done ! :[
    Decided to add Temple Fairies to SIDE MISSIONS section later on. Hope to get
    version 2.0 ("done enough" as I like to say) before next monday (CHRISTMAS! :)
    
    2.0 12-23-00 - Added Snowhead Temple and Stone Tower Temple walkthroughs (that
    was sooo tiring! :-( Added fairy guides for the temples in the SIDE MISSIONS
    section. Also added ENEMIES section and BASICS section. Also added Skulltula
    House section in the SIDE MISSIONS section. Added Bedman's Sweet Home to brand
    new OTHER STUFF section. Also added bare-bone instructions for Anju-Kafei
    sequence in SIDE MISSIONS section. First "done enough" copy, but I'll still
    add Pieces of Heart and other side missions, and a few more things. Feel free
    to e-mail me if you have any questions (or for any other reason)! Also, if you
    really want to, you can now e-mail me to ask me if you want to post this
    elsewhere.
    
    (-: THIS FAQ IS FINALLY DONE ENOUGH! MORE UPDATES LATER, OF COURSE :-)
    
    2.1 12-31-00 - Goodbye 2000! Hello new millenium! YES, this IS the start of the
    new millenium (assuming we've been keeping correct count of the years). Never
    mind. Added a Price List. THE PIECES OF HEART ARE FINALLY DONE! Of course,
    I'll still add more Keaton Questions and the descriptions on how to get the
    Pieces of Heart on the Moon, but I'll probably wait until I get more e-mails...
    c'mon people, I wrote a FAQ for Majora's Mask and you're not e-mailing me
    enough! Keep 'em coming! Speaking of e-mails, I also added the e-mail section.
    In other5 news, my keyboard is starting to go wonky, s\o don't be surpri5s\ed
    if the5res\ a bunch of junk s\omewhere (like an extra s, \, r, 5, q, or d).
    It's a laptop, so I can't 5really get a new keyboa5rdq. I do always go back and
    edit anything I typed to make sure there5's nothing there that shouldn't be.
    I also added the MINOR CHARACTERS to the CHARACTERS section, and the GILDED
    SWORD to the SIDE MISSIONS section.
    
    2.11 1-4-01 - Added warning about the Hybris virus that I was infected with,
    possibility that the virus spread from my computer after I was infected. I
    wanted to get info about the Hybris virus (hahaha@sexyfun.net) out ASAP. Also
    contains work in progress on version 2.2, since I've added stuff since my last
    update (2.1). Basically, between 2.1 and 2.2, I have done some work on 2.2, but
    I added info on the virus and submitted it without proofreading it.
    
    2.2 1-17-01 - The 01's! (year-wise, not version number-wise). Added a Frequent-
    ly Asked Questions section (I'd call it FAQ, but that would be a bit confusing)
    after getting about four e-mails asking "How do i get epona" (notice the lower-
    case initial letter of a proper noun... j/k :). Began adding the maps for
    each different area, didn't get very far. Fixed a problem in the Pieces of
    Heart section (two descriptions of the mailbox thing and added missing descrip-
    tion about the Doggy Racetrack). Fixed a few things here and there. Added note
    about Spam to e-mail address at the top and also in the e-mail section. Added
    the TIPS, HINTS, CHEATS, TWEAKS, ETC. section, and also corrected the day of
    the week for the Curiosity Shop meeting in the Anju / Kafei guide. Thank you
    Sicarius!
    
    3.0 1-30-01 - Added some nifty smilies :-ή ¦-) If you want to use these symbols
    you can just highlight them and press Ctrl C to copy them, then Ctrl V to paste
    them. Also added a Width guide at the end of the FAQ. ADDED MOON INFO AND
    FIERCE DEITY'S MASK INFO!!! WALKTHROUGH IS COMPLETE!!! VERSION 3.0!!! If you're
    wondering why I'm numbering these wierd, then here's why: I don't think it
    makes any sense to use decimals if you're just going to make little updates and
    big updates increase by .1 every time. If I increased by 1 every time, the num-
    ber would be too big. This way, if it increases by .1, you can tell that it's a
    small update, and if it updates up to a nice round number, it means I made a
    very large or very important update.
    
    Also in 3.0, I fixed some graphics by adding characters like — and ― to help
    make them look better. I also added some cool glitches. Totally rewrote the
    Under the Well section. Fixed a few things here and there.
    
    3.1 6-1-01 - It's been too long... updated a few things like e-mail,
    WHquestion, neopets, etc. Added a few things to make it 300k... It was when I
    sent v3.0, but with the zipping and unzipping, it must have come up as 299k on
    CJayC's computer. Fixed some errors caused by faulty floppy disk.
    
    3.2 2-9-02 - Proofread ENTIRE document >_< and fixed a few words here and
    there, updated a few things, added more to FAQ section (yeah for more e-mail!).
    Added Majora's Mask Three-Day challenge. Added submitted artwork. Updated
    several sections after playing MM a second time, causing a major delay.
    
    Total number of spelling and grammatical errors found so far: 17
    
    3.3 7-26-02 - Fixed a few things after finishing second MM game. Added "Some
    Kinda Matrix Rip-off Part II" to glitch section, look for part I coming soon...
    Also added e-mail note after major freezing problem arises.
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    This document is COPYRIGHT © 2000-2001 by Nathan Dale (Bedman). No one may copy
    text WORD FOR WORD from this FAQ, but it's hard not to use knowledge you gain
    from this document for your own publishing purposes. You may use any INFO or
    IDEAS without my permission.
    
    All FAQ artwork (unless otherwise noted) is also COPYRIGHT 2000-2001 by Nathan
    Dale. The other FAQ artwork at the end is Copyright © 2001 Perfect Light. All
    rights reserved.
    
    To copy and redistribute text, maps, or graphics, read the following sections:
    
    -*- COPYING SMALL AMOUNTS -*-
    
    You may, if you want to, copy and redistribute small amounts of text (up to a
    paragraph) anywhere else WITHOUT MY PERMISSION on the following conditions:
    
    1: Credit is given to me
    2: Credit is not given to someone else
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    form is acceptable, see section below)
    4: You don't criticize it in an unconstructive way
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    This text is Copyright ©2000-2001 by Nathan Dale from Bedman's FAQ/Walkthrough
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    6: You don't insult me
    7: Length is limited to no more than a paragraph (see LARGE QUOTATIONS /
    POSTING ELSEWHERE section below if you want to redistribute more)
    8: You don't use it for profit (money or anything else).
    9: You basically don't do anything bad (selling it, messing with it, using
    it to line the bottom of your bird cage, etc.)
    10: Anyone breaking ANY of these rules will be sorry >:-( so don't break them
    (don't cut them, rip them, snap them, crack them, tear them, or bend them
    either).
    
    Also, the two maps of the Spider houses are Copyright © 2000 by Bedman. Don't
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    - LARGE QUOTATIONS / POSTING ELSEWHERE -
    
    If you want to quote more than a paragraph, then you must follow the following
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    rule number 7).
    
    If you wish to post this FAQ / Walkthrough in it's entirety, you must follow
    the follow all 3 rules above and one more: KEEP UP WITH MY UPDATES! If you're
    posting the whole thing, it REALLY helps if you can check back at
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    me really happy. I will keep a record of which sites this is on, and if you
    have an exceptionally older version, I'll let you know. If you don't respond
    and continue to use the older version, I will likely flame you with so many e-
    mails that your e-mail provider's server will get angry at you. KEEP UP WITH MY
    UPDATES!!! IT WILL MAKE ME VERY HAPPY!!!
    
    - PROPER QUOTATION FORMAT -
    
    So what's proper quotation format? Basically, just quote it like this example
    if you wish to change it:
    
    ORIGINAL SENTANCE: Use the Bremen Mask on the many chicks at Romani Ranch to
    make them grow older.
    QUOTED SENTANCE: "Use the Bremen Mask... at Romani Ranch to make [the
    chicks] grow older."
    
    (note: this is only an example. I can't see why anyone would want to quote it
    like this, but it's only an example)
    
    If you want to replace a word with your own, be sure to put brackets [] around
    the new word. If you want to omit text (leave stuff out), put little elipsis,
    like... or . . . where the omitted text used to be. Also, be sure to place
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    Also, if I happen to mispell a word or make some obvious grammatical error,
    first, e-mail me at bedman@mail.com and tell me the exact location of the
    error (section, paragraph, sentence if possible). If you want to quote text
    and I've misspelled something in the quotation, put (sic) after it. This is
    a latin word usually used to show that something is wrong or misspelled in the
    text that was quoted.
    
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    |THANKS!|
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    I'd like to thank the following people / companies / parties / etc.:
    
    -*- GameFAQs.com for posting this FAQ. THANKS A MILLION!!!
    -*- CJayC for running GameFaqs.com all by himself! You're awesome!!!
    -*- Armagetz for daring me to write a Majora's Mask FAQ (I still haven't gotten
        hundreds of e-mails!).
    -*- Nintendo for making this deeeeep game.
    -*- Shigeru Miyamoto for creating Zelda and Link (if you care, that's probably
        pronounced shee-geh-rdoo mee-ah-moh-toh, don't even try pronouncing that
        "rdoo" sound unless you know Japanese, just pronounce it as "roo").\
    -*- Un-thank you to Shigeru Miyamoto for screwing up the GameCube Zelda game!!!
        If you want my thanks back, then change Zelda GCN back to how it was! You
        aren't getting any thanks from me ever again unless you change it back! You
        ruined my life!!! Baka! Baka baka baka!!! Baka yaro! Kuso desu yo! I'll
        never buy another Zelda game ever again!!! Un-thank you so much!!! >:-(
    -*- All the programmers who worked hard to make this game (I know how hard
        programming games can be, even on a Texas Instruments calculator!).
    -*- The people / person who translated this game (I want to be a game trans-
        later when I grow up!).
    -*- Dallas for motivating me to make my FAQ bigger than yours :-ή
    -*- AOL for providing free internet trials. Weekly updates would not have been
        possible without them!
    -*- I would now like to un-thank AOL for allowing so much spam to be sent to my
        address, overcharging us, and sending us piles of free trial disks that we
        now use as coasters. Un-thank you so much!!! >:-)
    -*- I'd also like to thank Armagetz (again) for daring me to write this FAQ. I
        never would've done this if you hadn't dared me to. Double thanks to you!
    -*- I'd also like to thank Armagetz AGAIN for writing that hilarious "Arma-
        getz's Sweet Home" thing in your Harvest Moon FAQ. It inspired me to write
        my own.
    -*- APool555 for all your fun Instant Messages!
    -*- Sicarius for correcting the day of the week in the Anju / Kafei guide!
        Thank you so much! MWAHAHAHAHAHAAA!!! *small explosions are heard*
    -*- Rubzo for making me realize that this FAQ can be seen from anywhere in the
        world, even Scotland! Say hi to William Wallace for me :-P
    -*- All the UKJokers, including UKJokerRubzo AGAIN! Thanks for being such great
        friends!!
    -*- Argh! I just got an IM from the person who contributed and I still can't
        remember their name! Sorry!... If you're the one who pointed out the
        Mido-Tingle similarity, I'm sorry! Thank you!
    -*- Anju for writing that Glitch FAQ. I hope I didn't violate any of your copy-
        right rules. I didn't copy any text, I just tried some of your glitches and
        added them to this FAQ in my own words.
    -*- Snapdragon for coming up with the Three Day Challenge idea.
    -*- Stop N Swop for being stupid.
    -*- Perfect Light for your awesome artwork.
    -*- FireDragonStarr for correcting the spelling of kleptomaniac. That was a
        typo. Honest.
    
    -*- YOU for taking the time to read this FAQ!
    -*- Anybody who e-mails me!
    -*- All those wonderful people who have asked me questions. I LOVE getting
        questions about Majora's Mask, so e-mail me if you have ANY questions!
    
    -*- I hope I don't insult anybody, but I'd also like to thank Jesus for many
        reasons (dying for me and forgiving my sins to name a few). Thank you so
        much for being born and inspiring Christmas (even though it's too commer-
        cial) so that I'm motivated to get this completed by Christmas for all you
        people who get it for Christmas. Thanks also for being so cool and loving
        me to death (literally).
    -*- I'd also like to thank our really horrible public education system for pro-
        viding a very relaxing vacation (yeah right) so that I could spend it all
        writing this FAQ.
    
    
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    - WIDTH GUIDE -
    
    If the above lines look strange, then try widening the window. This FAQ is
    designed to be viewed using a fixed-width font like Courier and a width of 79
    characters. Here's a test to see if the font you're using is fixed width:
    
    IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII
    WWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW
    
    If these rows are lined up perfectly, then the font you're using is fixed
    width. If you're using a font such as Times New Roman, then the I line will be
    much shorter than the W line. This FAQ was written using the Courier New font
    size 10 pt. If you're viewing this in Times New Roman or some other non-fixed
    width font, some of the maps, indents, tables, etc. will look wonky. If you're
    viewing this in a word processor, try setting the font to a fixed width font
    like Courier. Most of the graphics look best using Courier New. If you're view-
    ing this on the web, it is most likely a fixed width font. If it seems wonky,
    try seeing if your browser has a font option. If all else fails, load this into
    Notepad or another word processor and set the font to Courier New (most com-
    puters have this font, if you don't have it, try and find something else that
    is fixed width). In Notepad, you can change the font by clicking on Options,
    then Options again, then the ... elipsis next to the Screen font. Set it to
    Courier New, 10 pt for best viewing.
    
    In case you don't know, a fixed width font is a font in which all characters,
    letters, numbers, symbols, etc. take up an equal amount of space. This means a
    lower case i takes up the exact same space as a W. This is useful for making
    maps and lining up tables.
    
    One last thing. This FAQ uses some special symbols like € © ¦ and ή. You may or
    may not be able to view them, but you should. If you can't see these symbols or
    if there's some other problem that may be related to them, please e-mail me.
    If you want to see more symbols like this, open Character Map. If you're using
    Windows (any version) it's usually found in the Accessories group. This is a
    useful little program, try experimenting with it to find special characters.
    
    Speaking of other characters....
    
    ‘“ϊ‚́IŸ‚Μƒy[ƒW‚́@‰pŒκ‚Ł@‚Ε‚·B‚·‚έ‚ά‚Ή‚ρI
    
    You can ignore this if you aren't reading this on a Japanese-friendly computer.
    I just felt like randomly sticking this in here. Also, if you happen to be
    viewing this FAQ on a Japanese-friendly computer, many of my special symbols
    (such as maps and dividers and such) will look like Kanji or Kana. Just ignore
    it. If you want to see it properly, try viewing it on an English friendly
    computer!
    
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