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                    THE LEGEND OF ZELDA: TWILIGHT PRINCESS
                    Exclusively for the Nintendo Game Cube
                              By nintendo_girl21
                       Copyright (c) Megan Lynch, 2007-...
                             mlynch2[at]rogers.com
    
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                              *Table of Contents*
    
    
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    Use the bracketed codes to easily find the right section.  To search 
    for a sub-section, see the bracketed codes tabbed over within each
    section below.  Use Ctrl + F on your keyboard to search.  
    
    [Z1]   Table of Contents (you're looking at it)
    [Z2]   Version Info
           [Z2.1] Latest Version
    [Z3]   Game Information
           [Z3.1]  Technical Info
           [Z3.2]  Game Premise
           [Z3.3]  Difference Between Wii & Game Cube Versions
           [Z3.4]  Decoding My Directions
           [Z3.5]  Bare Bones Guide to Completing the Game
           [Z3.6]  Characters
                   [Z3.61]  Major Characters
                   [Z3.62]  Supporting Characters
           [Z3.7]  Locations
                   [Z3.71]  Chronological List
    [Z4]   Basic Controls & Actions
           [Z4.1]  Link's Basic Actions
           [Z4.2]  Sword-Play
           [Z4.3]  Wolf Moves & Midna
    [Z5]   Item & Weapon Information
           [Z5.1]  Important Items
           [Z5.2]  Weapons
           [Z5.3]  Dungeon Items
           [Z5.4]  Collectible Items
    [Z6]   Walkthrough
           [Z6.1]  Starting Out at Ordon Village
                   [Z6.11]   Getting Started
                   [Z6.12]   Faron Woods
                   [Z6.13]   Wolfie Link
                   [Z6.14]   Getting Midna's Weaponry
                   [Z6.15]   Faron's Tears of Light
                   [Z6.16]   Finding the Forest Temple
           [Z6.2]  Forest Temple
                   [Z6.21]   Monkey See, Monkey Do
                   [Z6.22]   Getting the Gale Boomerang
                   [Z6.23]   Getting the Big Key
                   [Z6.24]   Diababa, Twilight Parasite
                   [Z6.25]   Exploring Hyrule Field
                   [Z6.26]   Eldin's Tears of Light
                   [Z6.27]   Iron Boots
                   [Z6.28]   Climbing Death Mountain
           [Z6.3]  Goron Mines
                   [Z6.31]   Hot to Trot
                   [Z6.32]   Iron Man Meets the Magnetic Walls
                   [Z6.33]   Biggoron, the Hero's Bow & the Big Key
                   [Z6.34]   Finding the Boss Door
                   [Z6.35]   Fyrus, Twilight Igniter
                   [Z6.36]   Errands
                   [Z6.37]   Lanayru Province
                   [Z6.38]   Lanayru's Tears of Light
                   [Z6.39]   Extra Errands
                   [Z6.391]  Deep Sea Diving to Lakebed Temple
           [Z6.4]  Lakebed Temple
                   [Z6.41]   Swimming & Stairclimbing
                   [Z6.42]   Getting the Clawshot
                   [Z6.43]   Getting the Big Key
                   [Z6.44]   Morpheel, Twilight Aquatic
                   [Z6.45]   Midna's Desperation
                   [Z6.46]   Sacred Forest Meadow
                   [Z6.47]   More Errands...
                   [Z6.48]   Accessing the Desert       
           [Z6.5]  Arbiter's Grounds
                   [Z6.51]   Trudging Through the Quicksand
                   [Z6.52]   Getting the Spinner
                   [Z6.53]   Getting the Big Key
                   [Z6.54]   Stallord, Twilight Fossil
                   [Z6.55]   Even More Errands
                   [Z6.56]   Climbing Up Snowpeak
           [Z6.6]  Snowpeak Ruins
                   [Z6.61]   Scatterbrained Yeta
                   [Z6.62]   Getting the Ball-and-Chain
                   [Z6.63]   Getting the Big Key
                   [Z6.64]   Blizzeta, Twilight Ice Mass
                   [Z6.65]   Accessing the Temple of Time
           [Z6.7]  Temple of Time
                   [Z6.71]   Traversing the Temple
                   [Z6.72]   Getting the Dominion Rod
                   [Z6.73]   Playing With Your Robot Pal
                   [Z6.74]   Heading For the Boss Door
                   [Z6.75]   Armogohma, Twilight Arachnid
                   [Z6.76]   The Hidden Village
                   [Z6.77]   Missing Sky Book Letters
           [Z6.8]  City in the Sky
                   [Z6.81]   Blowin' in the Wind
                   [Z6.82]   Getting the Double Clawshots
                   [Z6.83]   Getting the Big Key
                   [Z6.84]   Argorok, Twilight Dragon
                   [Z6.85]   Trekking to Palace of Twilight
           [Z6.9]  Palace of Twilight/Hyrule Castle
                   [Z6.91]   First Sol
                   [Z6.92]   Second Sol
                   [Z6.93]   Zant, Usurper King
                   [Z6.94]   Finishing Things Off
                   [Z6.95]   Hyrule Castle
                   [Z6.96]   Dark Lord Ganondorf
    [Z7]   Heart Pieces
    [Z8]   Golden Bugs
    [Z9]   Poe Souls
    [Z10]  Howling Stones & Hidden Skills
    [Z11]  Boss & Mini-Boss Strategies
    [Z12]  Enemies
    [Z13]  Cave of Ordeals
    [Z14]  Mini-Games
    [Z15]  Secrets
    [Z16]  FAQs & Other Oddities
    [Z17]  Copyright, Thank-Yous & Contact Info
    
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                               *Latest Version*
    
    
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    Version 5.0
    February 9, 2014
    
    Corrected alternative Sliding Block Puzzle from Tsuku.
    
    
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    Version 5.0
    September 15, 2013
    
    Added a couple of secrets and questions in the FAQ, plus a set of 
    alternate strategies for the Block Sliding Puzzles.
    
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    Version 5.0
    June 8, 2011
    
    Added several secrets related to characterizations of Link and world
    maps in various Zelda games.
    
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    Version 5.0
    February 3, 2011
    
    Added Poe glitch to FAQ.
    
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    Version 5.0
    January 15, 2011
    
    Added secret re glitch in Arbiter's Dungeon.
    
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    Version 5.0
    January 3, 2011
    
    Happy New Year!  Added additional comments on Golden Wolf/Warrior's
    origins & Ganondorf's imprisonment by the sages.
    
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    Version 5.0
    June 6, 2010
    
    Added secret re Link's right-handedness.
    
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    Version 5.0
    May 30, 2010
    
    Edited enemy info--Moblins are actually called Bulbins & added
    Bokogoblins to enemy list.
    
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    Version 5.0
    April 11, 2010
    
    Added several secrets on combinations of sword attacks.
    
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    Version 5.0
    March 1, 2010
    
    Added FOLLOW-UP to FAQ re Skull Kid Howling Stone.
    
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    Version 5.0
    February 8, 2010
    
    Added new secret/glitch on permanent spring water.
    
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    Version 5.0
    January 27, 2010
    
    Added a follow-up to the FAQ re scales in Temple of Time.
    
    Clarified the difference between Eldin Bridge and Castle Town bridge
    in FAQs.
    
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    Version 5.0
    January 24, 2010
    
    Added a few new secrets and cleared up a couple of rumours--using the
    Ball & Chain to hurt Link, catching Bomb Fish, drowning in Diababa's
    boss room, and using the Iron Boots as a weapon.
    
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    Version 5.0
    January 2, 2010
    
    Added a few new secrets.
    
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    Version 5.0
    December 22, 2009
    
    Added a few new secrets.
    
    
                    *~*~HAPPY HOLIDAYS & NEW YEAR 2010*~*~
    
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    Version 5.0
    November 11, 2009
    
    Added several new secrets.
    
    Fixed typo of Luda in Characters.
    
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    Version 5.0
    October 26, 2009
    
    Added several new secrets.
    
    Added some FAQ follow-ups on missing bridge piece & Majora's Mask
    availability.
    
    Added a response to the warrior/Golden Wolf FAQ.
    
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    Version 5.0
    September 18, 2009
    
    Added more new secrets.
    
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    Version 5.0
    September 3, 2009
    
    Added several new secrets.
    
    Clarified wording of descriptions for Golden Bugs #12 & #13.
    
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    Version 5.0
    August 19, 2009
    
    Added a few random secrets.
    
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    Version 5.0
    August 5, 2009
    
    Reorganized secrets section into geographical areas...thanks Sarah!
    
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    Version 5.0
    July 23, 2009
    
    Added secret on rolling into Ordon goats (LOL!) :oD
    
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    Version 5.0
    July 21, 2009
    
    Added walkthrough in Hyrule Castle for alternate route (blue carpet)
    and incorporated the Hyrule Graveyard secret into the walkthrough.
    
    Added FAQ on accessing Forest Temple Heart Pieces without the monkeys.
    
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    Version 5.0
    June 26, 2009
    
    Added several more new secrets.
    
    Added a piece of info to the Cave of Ordeals.
    
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    Version 5.0
    June 14, 2009
    
    Added several new secrets.
    
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    Version 5.0
    May 29, 2009
    
    Added a note in the Howling Stones section--you may earn Hidden Skills
    in a different order based on the Howling Stones you find.
    
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    Version 5.0
    May 28, 2009
    
    Changed descriptions & names of some Enemies.
    
    Added Oocoo saving info to Secrets.
    
    Added details to Jovani's silver rupee Secret.
    
    Added alternative to claiming a Lake Hylia Heart Piece in Secrets.
    
    Edited a small detail in Sacred Grove for clarity.
    
    Added a great tip to the hot spring water side task in the walkthrough.
    
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    Version 5.0
    May 16, 2009
    
    Changed descriptions of Gibdos & Redeads in Enemies section.
    
    Corrected locations of secret rupee chests in Secrets section.
    
    Added FAQ on accessing the Sacred Grove.
    
    **TO LUKAS:  I was checking out your question about Hyrule Castle &
    lost your e-mail!  Please e-mail me about this again.  Sorry!**
    
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    Version 5.0
    May 12, 2009
    
    Added FAQ on fighting Argorok in City in the Sky.
    
    Added a couple of follow-ups to 2 past FAQs.
    
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    Version 5.0
    May 5, 2009
    
    Unfortunately, Yahoo! is shutting down all free Geocities web sites
    this summer.  I have decided to close down all my Geocities web sites
    early to beat the rush in saving all my files.  Until Yahoo!
    officially dumps the sites, I've posted a short message there, but
    all content has been removed.
    
    Thank you for all of your support of my web sites for over 10 years!
    I will be considering a move to my own web site domain, but for now,
    you can access my video game FAQ/walkthroughs on GameFAQs.com and
    any other sites located in the Credits section.
    
    Many thanks & happy gaming,
    ~Megan~
    
    
    Added corrections to some enemy names.  Added Bari to enemy list.
    
    Added FAQs on some random questions.
    
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    Version 5.0
    April 20, 2009
    
    Added alternative approach to fighting Puppet Zelda.
    
    Added secret for using Ball & Chain.
    
    Added secret on underwater rupees.
    
    Added FOLLOW-UP on FAQ for defeating Argorok from City in the Sky.
    
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    Version 5.0
    April 12, 2009
    
    Happy Easter or, as I like to call it, Happy Bunny Day :oD
    
    Added secret on Cave of Ordeals.
    
    Added FAQ on defeating Argorok from City in the Sky.
    
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    Version 5.0
    March 30, 2009
    
    Added several new secrets.
    
    Added FAQ on statue head during final boss fight--if anyone knows the
    answer to this one, send me an e-mail, because, frankly, I dunno :oP
    
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    Version 5.0
    March 27, 2009
    
    Corrected some names of bosses, mini-bosses & enemies to official
    Zelda names.  I've kept some former descriptions of them in brackets
    (e.g. instead of Baboon, I've put Ook, then baboon as a description).
    
    I debated about including these sections, but I have in the past, so
    why not now?  Look for (2) new sections--Characters and Locations--
    under Game Information.  Feel free to e-mail me with any additions
    to these sections in case I overlooked some :oD
    
    Added secret rupee chests from FAQs to Secrets as well to make a nice
    little list :oD
    
    Added FOLLOW-UP to FAQ on combining Chus
    
    Added FAQ on changing daytime to nighttime & vice versa
    
    Added secret on Yeto/Yeta snowboarding race mini-game
    
    Added FOLLOW-UP to Mirror Sword rumour in Secrets section
    
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    Version 5.0
    March 15, 2009
    
    Added secret about rare Chu Jelly.
    
    Added FOLLOW-UP to FAQ on getting the Poe Soul in Kakariko Village.
    
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    Version 5.0
    March 12, 2009
    
    Added FAQ on fighting the Moblin/Shadow Bird mini-boss.
    
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    Version 5.0
    March 7, 2009
    
    Added FAQ on obtaining a Temple of Time Poe Soul after finishing the
    dungeon.
    
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    Version 5.0
    February 19, 2009
    
    Added FAQ on accessing Lakebed Temple.
    
    Added FAQ on finding the Female Grasshopper Golden Bug.
    
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    Version 5.0
    February 15, 2009
    
    Walkthrough now available at Legends and Adventure- A Zelda Fan Site
    
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    Version 5.0
    February 14, 2009
    
    Happy Valentine's Day!
    
    Reformatted subheadings in walkthrough by creating shorter paragraphs.
    
    Added rumour of a Mirror Sword in Secrets section.
    
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    Version 5.0
    January 16, 2009
    
    Added FAQ on summoning Skull Kid in Sacred Forest Meadow.
    
    Added FOLLOW-UP on summoning Skull Kid.
    
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    Version 5.0
    January 14, 2009
    
    Walkthrough now available at ChapterCheats.com.
    
    FOLLOW-UP *solution* on Death Mountain caves secret.
    
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    Version 5.0
    January 9, 2009
    
    Walkthrough now available at Vgnerd.com.
    
    Your help is still needed on a secret & glitch...see Secrets & FAQs
    sections.
    
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    Version 5.0
    January 7, 2009
    
    Happy New Year!  *YOUR HELP IS NEEDED!*  I've gotten a couple of e-mails
    on some secrets and a nasty glitch in the game.  If you have any 
    additional info on these, I would greatly appreciate your help!  See
    Secrets and FAQs for more details.
    
    Added secrets on Death Mountain caves.
    
    Added FAQ on Kakariko Village cannon room glitch.
    
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    Version 5.0
    December 30, 2008
    
    Added CORRECTION & FOLLOW-UP to FAQ on Chus.
    
    Added further info on purple Chus in enemies section.
    
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    Version 5.0
    December 28, 2008
    
    Added Gold Chu to enemies section.
    
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    Version 5.0
    December 20, 2008
    
    Now version 5.0 with a stellar walkthrough :oD  Should be error-
    free, but never say never!  I will continue to accept FAQs as
    always.
    
    Reformatted the walkthrough with subheadings to break up the long
    blocks of text for each area.  I realized that I accidentally submitted
    the FAQ here with the subheadings half finished, so I apologize for
    any confusion :oD  The subheadings are also accessible by using the 
    shortcut codes with Find (Ctrl + F).
    
    Added FAQ on Rare Chu Jelly.
    
    Added FAQ on reclaiming items.
    
    Fixed error on Bomb Bags--"Giant" Bomb Bag should be "Third" Bomb Bag.
    
    Walkthrough now available on *NEW* website:
    http://www.geocities.com/nintendo_girl21sfaqs
    
    Old Zelda & Mario web sites have been removed.
    
    
                         *~*~HAPPY HOLIDAYS & NEW YEAR 2009*~*~
    
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    Version 2.0
    December 2, 2008
    
    Added FAQ on playing the GameCube version with the Wii console.
    
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    Version 2.0
    November 21, 2008
    
    Added FAQ on accessing Death Mountain.
    
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    Version 2.0
    November 16, 2008
    
    Added FAQ FOLLOW-UP on my posed question about the Golden Wolf/Warrior.
     
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    Version 2.0
    November 13, 2008
    
    Added FAQ on accessing Bridge of Eldin.
    
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    Version 2.0
    October 24, 2008
    
    Added FAQ on locating Hena's Fishing Hole.
    
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    Version 2.0
    September 15, 2008
    
    Walkthrough now available on MyCheats.com
    
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    Version 2.0
    September 14, 2008
    
    Added FOLLOW-UP FAQ on getting the Boss Key in Aribter's Grounds.
    
    Added FAQ on navigating Snowpeak Ruins.
    
    Added secret on fairies in Zora's Domain.
    
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    Version 2.0
    August 10, 2008
    
    Added FAQ on Heart Piece locations via fortuneteller.
    
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    Version 2.0
    July 29, 2008
    
    Added FAQ on fishing controls.
    
    Added fishing controls to Basic Controls & Actions section.
    
    Added secrets on fishing for Hylian Loach and fighting Stallord.
    
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    Version 2.0
    June 19, 2008
    
    Added FAQ on returning to upper room in Zora's Domain.
    
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    Version 2.0
    June 18, 2008
    
    Walkthrough now also available at Wiiniis United.
    
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    Version 2.0
    June 14, 2008
    
    Added secret chest locations in Lake Hylia.
    
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    Version 2.0
    May 27, 2008
    
    Added RESPONSE to FAQ regarding Link's uncle (not father) in LTTP.
    
    Corrected two typos.
    
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    Version 2.0
    April 25, 2008
    
    Added FAQ on Goron side quest and Cave of Ordeals.
    
    Added FAQ on getting the Iron Boots.
    
    Added FAQ on saving before Ganondorf fight & donation Heart Piece.
    
    Added secret on using Hawk Grass to find rupees.
    
    Added secret on restocking arrows.
    
    Added secret on Third Bomb Bag rock.
    
    Added FAQ on Temple of Time scales.
    
    Added FAQ on repairing the bridge.
    
    Added FAQ on accessing Sacred Grove without warp point.
    
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    Version 2.0
    March 21, 2008
    
    Added FAQ on defeating Shadow Beings at Zora's River.
    
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    Version 2.0
    March 8, 2008
    
    Rearranged version history so it appears after the table of contents.
    
    Added secret on defeating Stallord, boss of Arbiter's Grounds.
    
    Added FAQ on collecting the third bomb bag.
    
    Added FAQ on Snowhead Temple.
    
    Added FAQ FOLLOW-UP on my posed question about the Golden Wolf/Warrior.
    
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    Version 2.0
    February 26, 2008
    
    Added FAQ on the Mirror Shards.
    
    Added secret on defeating the Armoured Lizard in Snowpeak Ruins.
    Secret is also listed under Bosses and within the walkthrough.
    
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    Version 2.0
    February 6, 2008
    
    Added FAQ on manipulating the scales in the Temple of Time.
    
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    Version 2.0
    February 3, 2008
    
    Added CORRECTION to FAQ on Female Dayfly.
    
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    Version 2.0
    January 30, 2008
    
    FAQ now available at CheatCodes.com
    
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    Version 2.0
    January 29, 2008
    
    Added FAQ on accessing chest in Faron Woods.
    
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    Version 2.0
    January 27, 2008
    
    Added secret on Falbi's Flight-by-Fowl game.
    
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    Version 2.0
    January 25, 2008
    
    Added FAQ on secret chest in south Hyrule Field.  Added info on 2nd
    chest in same area.
    
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    Version 2.0
    January 18, 2008
    
    Walkthrough now available on CheatHappens.com
    
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    Version 2.0
    January 16, 2008
    
    Added FOLLOW-UP answer to FAQ on hot water for Goron.
    
    Walkthrough now available on Kuponut.com
    
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    Version 2.0
    January 12, 2008
    
    Added FAQ on accessing the Temple of Time after completion.
    
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    Version 2.0
    January 10, 2008
    
    Added FAQ on accessing chest in southeast Hyrule Field off Castle Town.
    
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    Version 2.0
    January 9, 2008
    
    Added CORRECTION to FAQ on hot water for Goron.
    
    Added secret on opening up a road south of Castle Town.
    
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    Version 2.0
    January 5, 2008
    
    Added FAQ on earning the Shield Attack (Wii version).
    
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    Version 2.0
    January 2, 2008
    
    Added FAQ on accessing Eldin Bridge post-Goron Mines.
    
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    Version 2.0
    December 30, 2007
    
    Added FAQ on throwing hot water barrel (Heart Piece).
    
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    Version 2.0
    December 22, 2007
    
    **HAPPY HOLIDAYS, FELLOW GAMERS**
    
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    Version 2.0
    November 25, 2007
    
    Added FAQ on Kakariko Village Poe Soul.
    
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    Version 2.0
    November 23, 2007
    
    Added FAQ on the Cave of Ordeals.
    
    Added FAQ on Arbiter's Grounds.
    
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    Version 2.0
    November 16, 2007
    
    Added secret (more like a fun fact).
    
    FAQ now available at Cheatingdome.com.
    
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    Version 2.0
    November 12, 2007
    
    Added FAQ on Fishing Pond empty bottle.
    
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    Version 2.0
    November 4, 2007
    
    Added FAQ on Golden Bugs.
    
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    Version 2.0
    November 2, 2007
    
    Added secret orange rupee find.
    
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    Version 2.0
    October 25, 2007
    
    Walkthrough now available on Twilight-Princess.org.
    
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    Version 2.0
    October 10, 2007
    
    I FINALLY got through all 1600+ e-mails (about 1500 of them spam) from
    my old e-mail account, which is now defunct.  Unfortunately, there
    were 3 e-mails about my walkthroughs sitting in my old inbox that
    got lost.  Two of them I posted and answered from memory, but
    I didn't reply to them personally, so if you are one of those
    three people, I sincerely apologize.  The third guy, especially.
    If you e-mailed me sometime in the last week and never heard back
    from me, chances are I lost your e-mail, so send it my way again
    and I'll get back to you this time, I PROMISE.
    
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    Version 2.0
    October 8, 2007
    
    Happy Thanksgiving, Canada!
    
    Walkthrough now available at Gamerevolution.com.
    
    Still haven't recovered e-mails under old account yet.  Will get to
    that ASAP.  I'm sure there are just THOUSANDS of FAQ-related e-mails
    waiting for me :oP
    
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    Version 2.0
    October 6, 2007
    
    SHE'S BAAAAACK!
    
    If you've been wondering where in Mario's overalls I've been in the last
    week, well here's a breakdown:
    
    1)  I started teacher's college, 100x more demanding and so updates are 
    now going to be posted less often.  *Wipe away a tear*.  Hence, I've 
    posted a disclaimer under Contact Info.
    
    2)  My Desktop had a nearly fatal hard drive crash last week and luckily
    I managed to save all my highly important data on CDs before the comp
    blew up.  Just kidding...it died a noble death.
    
    3)  I bought a laptop (finally) and in between transferring my files,
    setting up a new e-mail address, and constantly calling Rogers and
    my local computer shop for solving all kinds of tech issues, I've
    neglected to update.
    
    4)  As for e-mails sent in the last week, they have not yet been read 
    or replied to.  Despite a near fatal hard drive crash, my old ISP should
    be able to restore all messages that were in my Inbox or sent in the last
    week,  *WHEW*.  If you fall in this category, please be patient as I catch
    up with my e-mail.
    
    Thanks for your patience and understanding.  I'll get back on things
    very soon, I promise :o)
    
    
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    Version 2.0
    September 29, 2007
    
    Added two Secrets.  Added FAQ reply to my Warrior query.
    
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    Version 2.0
    September 25, 2007
    
    Added FAQ on restoring Ilia's memory.  Added FAQ on Cave of Ordeals.
    
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    Version 2.0
    September 16, 2007
    
    Added FAQ on Death Mountain Howling Stone.
    
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    Version 2.0
    September 12, 2007
    
    Added FAQ on hidden treasure chest in Castle Town.  Over 10 000 hits!
    
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    Version 2.0
    September 8, 2007
    
    Added FAQ regarding lever pulling in Lakebed Temple.
    
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    Version 2.0
    August 28, 2007
    
    Walkthrough now available on Gamesradar.com and Cheatplanet.com
    
    
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    Version 2.0
    August 26, 2007
    
    Finally played the game through again following my walkthrough.  Any
    corrections made are very minor, mostly typos and slight direction
    changes.  A couple of instructions were reworded for clarity.  Notice
    the version is now 2.0.  Huzzah!
    
    A major addition:  ASCII diagrams for all block sliding puzzles.  Yay!
    I've added a section under Mini-Games [Z14].  This is for the puzzle
    within Snowpeak Ruins and the three back-to-back (-to-back) puzzles
    in Hyrule Field's secret cave (for a Heart Piece).  Hope they clarify
    the written instructions, which have been kept within the walkthrough.
    
    Added some notes to Cave of Ordeals.
    
    Added a couple of FAQs.  Thanks for the e-mails!
    
    Added two new Secrets I discovered on my own.
    
    Also added a question of my own under Secrets and also under FAQs.
    I would love your opinion on the subject, so send me an e-mail and
    let me know what you think.
    
    Wow...nearly 5000 hits to this walkthrough.  Thanks a bunch!
    
    Cheers!
    
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    Version 1.0
    August 20, 2007
    
    Walkthrough now available on Neoseeker.com.  Also added links to my 
    files on these sites from my Geocities site.  Two more dungeons
    to go and I'll update the typos and such.  Hope I can read my chicken
    scratch writing...
    
    
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    Version 1.0
    August 17, 2007
    
    Walkthrough now available at SuperCheats.com.  I am currently replaying
    the game with this walkthrough for about the third time.  Some typos and 
    such will be updated ASAP.
    
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    Version 1.0
    August 13, 2007
    
    Walkthrough "complete" to the best of my knowledge with side quest
    list information-- i.e. Golden Bugs, Heart Pieces, Howling Stones, etc.
    
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    [Z3]
    
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                            *Game & Technical Info* 
    
    
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    [Z3.1]
    
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                               *Basic Game Info*
    
    
    Genre:  Action-Adventure, Fantasy 
    Designer: Nintendo 
    Publisher: Nintendo 
    System: Nintendo Game-Cube or Nintendo Wii 
    ESRB Rating: T (Teen) 
    Player(s): 1 
    Release Dates: November 19, 2006 (Wii) and December 12, 2006
    (Game Cube) in North America; November 24, 2006 (Europe), 
    December 2, 2006 (Japan) 
    
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                                *Game Premise*
    
    
    Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess returns to the gloriously realistic
    graphics of Ocarina of Time and Majora's Mask to reconvene the 
    storyline with Link about a century after Ocarina of Time but before 
    Wind Waker. Link is a workhand in a rural community called Ordon off 
    the legendary land of Hyrule when his friends are kidnapped and he 
    changes into a wolf, becoming revealed as a chosen hero by the gods 
    that remain as powerful as they did a century ago. The goal, as always, 
    becomes more complex as the adventure goes on. Link must not only save
    his friends from evildoers, but aid the feisty Twilight being named 
    Midna to find the dark power that can challenge Zant, the evil lord of
    Twilight, and possibly rekindle a match of wits and strength against 
    the ultimate evil figure of Ganondorf. 
    
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                  *Difference Between Wii & GameCube Versions* 
    
    
    A major difference between these systems’ versions of Twilight Princess
    is the game screen is twisted horizontally so that things on the right
    side of the Game Cube version appear on the left in the Wii version, 
    hence it is important to know what version of a walkthrough you are 
    reading when playing Twilight Princess. I bought this game before 
    getting the Wii, so my walkthrough is intended for Game Cube players, 
    which seems to be a rarity on the Internet sites I have come across. 
    So, anyway, if you’re so keen on using my super-intellectual and 
    hilariously entertaining walkthrough on the Wii version, be prepared 
    to go left when I say go right and so on. Or better yet, find a Wii 
    walkthrough with my blessing.
     
    Another difference between the Wii and GC versions of TP is that you 
    use the funky Wiimote to fish and fight, which is a cool effect. Also,
    because the Wiimote is formatted differently than the traditional 
    controller for the GC, you will find Midna on the Wiimote’s up button 
    rather than the GC’s Z-button and a weapon assigned to the B button 
    rather than Y and X on the GC. That’s it, as far as I know. 
    
    **PLEASE NOTE: My walkthrough is written for the Game Cube version of 
    Twilight Princess. To avoid all confusion and frustration, please 
    consider this disclaimer. 
    
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                          *Decoding My Directions*
    
    
    All compass directions are based on the maps found on the game screen.
    Basically, north = up, south = down, east = right, west = left, 
    northwest = up & left, northeast = up & right, southwest = down & left,
    and southeast = down & right. 
    
    Sometimes I use a short form #x that means number of times to do 
    something. For example, 2x means "2 times". This is especially used 
    when referring to Midna jumps, which often require several jumps in a 
    row. 
    
    I also use the shortform B&C for the Ball & Chain item (only after
    receiving it, of course!).
    
    You will also notice that at the top of each section of my walkthrough
    is a tallied list of important items, weapons, and other things found 
    in the section, with a total listing beside it separated by //. For 
    example, you might have found two Heart Pieces in one section and had 
    found two Heart Pieces in the previous section(s), with a total of 45 
    in the game, so the tally would look like this: 2 // 4/45. 
    
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              *A Bare Bones Guide to Completing Twilight Princess*
    
    
    For those of you keen on finishing the game off without the help of
    a walkthrough such as this (so then, tell me, why are you at a site
    that is devoted to such tomfoolery?), here is a rough list of basic
    accomplishments that are necessary to finish the game.  Good luck
    trying to fill in the major blanks of this vagueness.
    
    1) Get to the west pond of Faron Woods off Ordon. 
    2) Visit Princess Zelda at Hyrule Castle as a wolf. 
    3) Find a sword and shield in Ordon. 
    4) Find the Faron Light Spirit and restore its light. 
    5) Complete the Forest Temple and get the Gale Boomerang. 
    6) Find Eldin Province and restore its light. 
    7) Navigate Kakariko Village and get the Iron Boots. 
    8) Complete the Goron Mines and get the Hero's Bow. 
    9) Find Lanayru Province and restore its light. 
    10) Get the Zora Armour, Bomb Bag, and Water Bombs. 
    11) Complete the Lakebed Temple and get the Clawshot. 
    12) Visit the Sacred Grove for the Master Sword. 
    13) Complete the Arbiter's Grounds and get the Spinner. 
    14) Get the Coral Earring from the Zora prince. 
    15) Complete Snowpeak Ruins and get the Ball & Chain. 
    16) Give Agitha all your Golden Bugs for wallet upgrades. 
    17) Complete the Temple of Time and get the Dominion Rod. 
    18) Donate money at Malo Mart for bridge reparation and Magic Armour. 
    19) Find the Hidden Village and get the Horse Call from Ilia. 
    20) Complete the City in the Sky and get the Double Clawshots. 
    21) Play two rounds of STAR for two arrow upgrades. 
    22) Find all 60 Poe Souls for Jovani to get a Silver Rupee. 
    23) Find all 45 Heart Pieces for a complete health meter. 
    24) Find all 4 Empty Bottles. 
    25) Find all 7 Howling Stones and Golden Wolves for Hidden Skills. 
    26) Complete the Palace of Twilight and get the Light Sword. 
    27) Complete Hyrule Castle and defeat Ganondorf. 
    28) Go back and finish the Cave of Ordeals for fairy fountains. 
    
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                                 *Characters* 
    
    
    Here is a list of characters in the game, categorized into Major and
    Supporting categories.  This list does not include bosses, mini-bosses
    or enemies--see their separate sections for these.
    
    If I have overlooked any characters, please e-mail me a name &
    description that I can add to the list.  Thanks!
    
    
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                              *Major Characters* 
    
    
    Link
    The given name of the game's protagonist hero, though you can give
    him your own or any name that you like
    
    
    Midna
    A dark Twilight being, similar to Navi and Tatl, the fairy characters
    of past Zelda games that guides you throughout your journey
    
    
    Epona
    The given name of Link's horse, though you can give her any name
    you like.
    
    
    Zelda
    Hyrule's princess of lore who uses Light Arrows to fight
    
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                            *Supporting Characters* 
    
    
    Ordon Province
    
    
    Ilia
    Daughter of Ordon's mayor Bo who is kidnapped by King Bulbin near
    the beginning of the game, setting up Link's journey to save her;
    also a love interest for Link
    
    
    Colin
    A shy blond boy who admires Link and is determined to show true
    courage; son of Rusl and Uli
    
    
    Malo
    A short boy with a gruff demeanor who opens Malo Mart in Kakariko
    Village and later expands into Hyrule Market; son of Jaggle and
    Pergie, brother of Talo
    
    
    Talo
    An adventurous boy with a bit of a wild streak; son of Jaggle and
    Pergie, brother of Malo
    
    
    Beth
    A tall, gullible girl with a crush on Link; daughter of Hanch and
    Sera
    
    
    Rusl
    A carpenter who constructs swords & fishing rods; husband of
    Uli and father of Colin and newborn baby (seen at the end of the game)
    
    
    Fado
    A klutzy rancher who often loses control of his goats and needs Link's
    help to herd them in for him
    
    
    Hanch
    Short, often easily scared, husband of Sera, father of Beth; attempts
    to knock down the bee's nest that holds Bee Larva; sends a hawk after
    Wolf Link
    
    
    Jaggle
    Husband of Pergie, father of Malo & Talo, lives in house off
    the waterwheel; teaches Link how to L-target and talk to people
    
    
    Mayor Bo
    Mayor of Ordon, father of Ilia, gives Link the Iron Boots
    and how to compete in sumo wrestling
    
    
    Pergie
    Wife of Jaggle, mother of Malo & Talo, lives in house off the
    waterwheel
    
    
    Sera
    Wife of Hanch, mother of Beth; runs the Sera's Sundries shop
    
    
    Uli
    Wife of Rusl, mother of Colin and newborn baby (seen at the end of
    the game); is pregnant for most of the game
    
    
    
    Faron Province
    
    Coro
    Bushy-haired lamp oil & lantern salesman in Faron Woods off Hyrule
    Field and Forest Temple; brother of Iza and Hena; often has birds
    nesting in his hair :oD
    
    
    Monkey
    An intelligent creature who summons Link to the Forest Temple; a
    group of them guide you through the Forest Temple
    
    
    Trill
    A talkative bird who runs a small shop in Faron Woods
    
    
    
    Eldin Province
    
    Renado
    A sage-like, possibly Aboriginal, man, who cares for the Ordon kids
    in Kakariko Village; father of Luda
    
    
    Luda
    A short, dark-haired girl, possible Aboriginal; daughter of Renado
    
    
    Barnes
    A sheepish man with glasses who runs the Bomb Shop in Kakariko Village
    
    
    Gorons
    A strong, hard-shelled race of beings who live in and around Death
    Mountain and guard the Goron Mines
    
    
    Gor Coron
    Leader of the Goron tribe who challenges Link to a sumo wrestling match
    
    
    Darbus
    The Goron patriarch, the largest and strongest of the Gorons, who is
    briefly turned into Fyrus, Twilit Igniter, the boss of the Goron Mines
    dungeon
    
    
    Gor Amoto
    A short, somewhat timid Goron elder
    
    
    Gor Ebizo
    A Goron elder who later accepts donations at Malo Mart; screechy voice!
    
    
    Gor Liggs
    A meditative Goron elder who sends you into Hyrule Field with hot spring 
    water
    
    
    Goron Merchants
    Set up shop at the Death Mountain hot springs and in two locations in 
    Hyrule Market; a Goron child also has a shop in Kakariko Village and at 
    the Hyrule hot springs shop
    
    
    
    Lanayru Province
    
    Zoras
    A finned species that guard Zora's Domain and Lakebed Temple
    
    
    Prince Ralis
    The young heir to the Zora throne who is briefly taken ill at Telma's
    Bar; gives Link the Coral Earring that allows access to Snowpeak
    
    
    Queen Rutela
    The deceased Zora queen whose spirit requests Link's help in saving
    her son, Prince Ralis, in order to obtain the Zora Armour to access
    Lakebed Temple
    
    
    Iza
    A sassy, bushy-haired girl who runs the Boat Rental Shop in Upper
    Zora's River; sister of Coro and Hena
    
    
    Hena
    A feisty, talkative girl who runs Hena's Fishing Shop in Upper
    Zora's River; sister of Coro and Iza
    
    
    Purdy
    Hena's rude pet bird who Hena will protect if Link decides to
    retaliate against him!
    
    
    Fyer
    The shorter of the two clowns (no, really!) in Lake Hylia; runs the
    cannon that launches you to Upper Lake Hylia and eventually to the
    Great Desert and City in the Sky
    
    
    Falbi
    The taller of the two clowns (no, really!) in Lake Hylia; runs the
    cuccoo-flying game in Upper Lake Hylia that allows Link to access a
    Heart Piece, two Poe Souls, and several rupee prizes
    
    
    Impaz
    An elderly woman living in the Hidden Village; a descendant of Impa,
    the protective guardian of Princess Zelda
    
    
    Plumm
    A colourful parrot who runs the fruit popping mini-game in Lake Hylia
    
    
    
    Hyrule Market
    
    Telma
    The flirtatious, headstrong owner of Telma's Bar, who helps care for
    Ilia and provides shelter for several residents
    
    
    Auru
    An older man who guards the Great Desert atop a tower in Lake Hylia;
    gives Link the Memo for Fyer in order to access the cannon
    
    
    Ashei
    A girl (possibly Inuit) who guards Snowpeak; gives Link the Sketch
    for Prince Ralis in order to get the Coral Earring
    
    
    Shad
    A studious young man (looks like Harry Potter, IMO) who researches
    how to access City in the Sky in the basement of Renado's house in
    Kakariko Village
    
    
    Chudley/Malver
    A shopkeeper in Hyrule Market who changes his name (and personality)
    after Malo takes over his shop
    
    
    Princess Agitha
    A kooky, bug-loving girl who will pay Link for any Golden Bugs he
    finds and provides him with the Adult Wallet
    
    
    Charlo
    A priest soliciting donations; provides Link with a Heart Piece
    
    
    Doctor Borville
    An alcoholic doctor who cannot treat Prince Ralis and refuses to
    pay back a bar tab from Telma
    
    
    Fanadi
    A fortuneteller who will show locations of Heart Pieces for a fee
    
    
    Gengle
    Pet cat of Jovani who is also turned to solid gold atop her master's
    head (temporarily)
    
    
    Jovani
    Rich man who is turned into solid gold for his greed
    
    
    Kili, Hanna & Misha
    A trio of fans outside the STAR tent; aka Link's groupies :oD
    
    
    Louise
    Telma's mysterious pet cat
    
    
    Purlo
    An elf-like person who runs the STAR tent
    
    
    Soal
    A young boy who shines shoes in Chudley's shop
    
    
    
    Hyrule Field
    
    Postman
    A dedicated civil servant who delivers mail to Link in the field
    
    
    
    Snowpeak
    
    Yeto & Yeta
    A pair of Yetis who live in the mansion atop Snowpeak
    
    
    
    City in the Sky
    
    Oocoo
    A bumbling Ooca creature who appears in all dungeons and allows
    Link to warp out at any time; a native of City in the Sky
    
    
    Oocoo Jr.
    Oocoo's son, a miniature Ooca
    
    
    
    Light Spirits
    
    Ordona
    Guardian of Ordon Province
    
    
    Faron
    Guardian of Faron Province
    
    
    Eldin
    Guardian of Eldin Province
    
    
    Lanayru
    Guardian of Lanayru Province
    
    
    
    Other
    
    Great Fairy
    Appears in the Cave of Ordeals to grant you access to Fairy 
    Fountains and rewards you with Great Fairy Tears upon its
    completion
    
    
    Golden Wolf/Hero's Shade
    A reincarnation of the original Zelda hero (see discussion in FAQ 
    section) who teaches Link the Hidden Skills
    
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                                  *Locations* 
    
    
    I have listed descriptions of the locations of the game in 
    chronological order (based on when you arrive there during the game).
    
    
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                             *Chronological List* 
    
    
    Ordon Province
    
    
    Ordon Village
    
    Home to Link, Mayor Bo, Ilia, Jaggle, Pergie, Malo, Talo, Rusl, Uli,
    Colin, newborn baby, Hanch, Sera, Beth, and Fado.
    Features:  Link's House, ranch, Sera's Sundries, Mayor's house,
    waterwheel, Jaggle & Pergie's house, back pond, Rusl & Uli's house,
    back entrance to Faron Woods
    
    
    
    Faron Province
    
    
    Faron Woods
    A peaceful area that links Ordon Village to Hyrule Field, and to the
    Forest Temple, and Sacred Grove (which includes the Temple of Time)
    Features:  Coro's Shop, Trill's Shop, Forest Temple, Sacred Grove
    
    
    Ordon Spring
    A fountain area that will fill with fairies if you complete the first
    10 floors of the Cave of Ordeals
    
    
    Hyrule Field
    The hub of the game that connects all provinces together
    Features:  Several Heart Pieces, Postman deliveries
    
    
    Forest Temple
    The first dungeon that has been taken over by Diababa
    Features:  Monkeys, Dungeon Map, Compass, Gale Boomerang
    
    
    Sacred Grove
    Located on the opposite side of Faron Woods, taken over
    by the Skull Kid
    Features:  Access to the Temple of Time, Guardian Statues puzzle,
    Master Sword pedestal
    
    
    Temple of Time
    A sacred temple situated in the Sacred Grove that is taken over
    by Armogohma
    Features:  Guardian statue, Dominion Rod
    
    
    
    Eldin Province
         
    
    Kakariko Village
    A quaint rural area, home to Renado, Luna, Barnes, and the Gorons,
    and temporarily to Malo, Talo, and Beth
    Features:  Malo Mart, Eldin Spring, Renado's House, Barnes' Bomb
    Shop, Highest Building, access to Death Mountain & Hyrule Field,
    hotel hot springs, empty rooms, Goron Merchant, graveyard
    
    
    Death Mountain
    A rocky area temporarily infested with geysers, tumbling rocks,
    rolling Gorons, and Bulbin Archers.  Home of the Goron tribe, Gor
    Coron, and Darbus
    Features:  hot springs, secret coves (see Secrets), access to
    Goron Mines, elevator
    
    
    Goron Mines
    A cavernous area accessed from Death Mountain, guarded by the
    Goron tribe, taken over by Fyrus temporarily
    Features:  Hero's Bow, magnetic ceilings & walls
    
    
    
    Lanayru Province
    
    
    Lakebed Temple
    An underwater dungeon accessed in Lake Hylia, taken over by
    Morpheel
    Features:  Clawshot, central rotating staircase
    
    
    Lake Hylia
    An island area off Zora's River, home to Falbi and Fyer
    Features:  Cannon, Flight-by-Fowl, Fruit Popping mini-game,
    exits to Hyrule Field & Zora's River
    
    
    Zora's Domain
    A temple area for the Zora tribe, considerably reduced in
    size from Ocarina of Time
    Features:  Zoras, Third Bomb Bag
    
    
    Upper Zora's River
    A small, tucked-away area between Lake Hylia and Hyrule Field, 
    home of Iza and Hena
    Features:  Boat Rental Shop, Fishing Shop, exits to Hyrule Field
    and Zora's River
    
    
    Great Desert
    
    
    Great Desert
    Sandy terrain with lots of trecherous trenches, enemies crawling
    under the sand, and a cookout or two :oD
    Features:  Sand, Cave of Ordeals, sand, entrance to Arbiter's
    Grounds, did I mention sand :oD
    
    
    Arbiter's Grounds
    A murky underground dungeon with quicksand, spinner tracks, and 
    ghostly enemies
    Features:  Spinner
    
    
    Snowpeak
    
    
    Snowpeak
    A mountainous region covered in the white stuff :oD
    Features:  Snowboarding mini-game, entrance to Snowpeak Ruins
    
    
    Snowpeak Ruins
    A mansion disguised as a dungeon with multiple floors and rooms
    Features:  Ball & Chain
    
    
    City in the Sky
    A sky-high (literally!) dungeon, both indoors & outdoors on individual
    platformed areas, home of the Ooca tribe, including Oocoo & Oocoo Jr.
    Features:  Double Clawshots
    
    
    Palace of Twilight
    A darkened castle with Sols that power the area, home of Midna and the 
    Twili tribe
    Features:  Light Sword
    
    
    Hyrule Castle
    The traditional home of Princess Zelda, expanded into fine form for
    a mini-dungeon
    Features:  Last area of the game!
    
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    [Z4]
    
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                          *Basic Controls & Actions*
    
    
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                            *Link's Basic Actions*
    
    
    Walking/Running: Hold Control Stick forward 
    
    Jumping: Automatically jumps over gaps while running 
    
    Crouching/Crawling: A + Control Sitck up in front of a tunnel 
    
    Rolling: Press A with Control Stick forward to roll. If you roll into 
    an object, you will kick it. If you roll into a wall, you will bang 
    into it (possibly knocking off something on the wall). A weak wall 
    will fall. 
    
    Hanging: Gently press Control Stick while standing on the edge of a 
    cliff to dangle on it. To drop off, press A. To climb over, 
    hold Control Stick up.  Move the Control Stick left-right to sidle
    across while dangling.
    
    Climbing: Press Control Stick up against ladder and hold to climb up. 
    Press stick down to climb down. 
    
    Lifting/Carrying/Throwing/Placing: Press A to lift an object. Use 
    Control Stick to move while carrying it. Press A while moving to throw.
    Press A while still to place down gently. 
    
    Grabbing/Pushing/Pulling: Press R while against an object to grab hold.
    Push Control Stick forward to push and back to pull. 
    
    Swimming: While in the water, use Control Stick to swim. Press A to 
    dash. There is no time limit on swimming unless you are sinking with 
    the Iron Boots and not wearing the Zora Armour.
    
    L-Targeting: Press L while close to a person/enemy/sign/important 
    object to target it (watch for a yellow arrow, it will turn red when 
    targeted). Press A to speak/read/check/approach.  If targeting an 
    enemy, hold the L button to defeat one enemy, then automatically target
    the next one.
     
    Camera Angles: Press C-Stick forward to zoom in and back to zoom out. 
    Press left/right to rotate camera around Link. Press L to return camera
    behind Link (default). 
    
    Game Menu: Press Start to access the single game menu which contains 
    inventories of items (Quivers, Bomb Bags), Golden Bugs, Poe Souls, 
    Fishing Journal, and Letters. 
    
    Skipping Cinemas: During a major cinema, if you wish to skip over it 
    to regain control of Link, press Start twice.  Only works on longer, 
    major cinemas.
    
    Using Items/Weapons: Press the Control Pad up to view items and 
    weapons. Select with the Control Stick and press X or Y to add it to 
    the two item command buttons. 
    
    Using the Map: Press the Control Pad right to view to the map in 
    full screen. Select with the Control Stick and zoom in and out of the 
    area with A. Zoom out continually to exit. 
    
    Fishing:  Take out the rod with X or Y (depending on where you
    assigned the item).  Cast the line with C-stick down.  When the bobber
    sinks under the water for about 2 seconds, press and hold C-stick down
    until the fish is yours!
    
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                                 *Sword-Play*
    
    
    Take Out Sword: Press B to remove sword from holster. Press A while 
    still to replace. 
    
    Horizontal Slice: Press B without L-targeting. 
    
    Vertical Slice: Press B while L-targeting. 
    
    Stab: Hold Control Stick forward and press B repeatedly.
    
    Spin Attack: Press and hold B to gain power. Release B to perform 
    attack. Alternatively, you can press B and rotate the Control Stick 
    for a weaker spin attack. 
    
    Jump Attack: Press A while L-targeting. 
    
    Defend: The shield is aimed automatically while L-targeting. 
    
    Sidestep/Backflip: While L-Targeting, push Control Stick left/right 
    and press A to sidestep. Hold Control Stick down & press A to backflip. 
    
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                             *Wolf Moves & Midna*
    
    
    Moving: Hold Control Stick in any direction to move. The gentler the 
    control, the slower he moves
    
    Climbing: Hold Control Stick up to climb up. Press A to drop down. 
    
    Attacking: Press A to lunge. When attached to an enemy, press A 
    continously to deal more damage. 
    
    Biting: Press B to bite. While L-targeting a lever, press B to pull it.
     
    Senses: Press X to engage senses and see spirits, enemies, and scents.
    Press X to disengage. 
    
    Dig: Press Y to dig. With Senses on, dig at sparkly holes for small 
    prizes, at yellow-arrow marked spots for Dark Insects, or to burrow 
    underground to secret hideouts or under barriers.
    
    Using Midna:  Press Z to call Midna to either perform a Midna jump or 
    for advice. When you can switch between human and wolf independently, 
    press Z to warp to portals, and to change back to human. 
    
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                         *Item & Weapon Information*
    
    
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                               *Important Items*
    
    
    Fishing Rod: Found in Ordon Village by returning the cradle to Uli. 
    Press item button to take out and throw the line. Press and hold 
    C-down when the bobber sinks in the water to reel in a catch. 
    
    Lantern: Given to you by Coro in Faron Woods. Used to light up dark 
    areas. Uses Lantern Oil, purchased from Coro or acquired by scooping 
    up discarded yellow Chu enemies. 
    
    Gale Boomerang: Found in Forest Temple by defeating the Baboon mini-
    boss. Used to activate pinwheel switches, bring items, enemies or 
    Golden Bugs towards you, snuff out fire, or knock down items or 
    enemies from walls. 
    
    Iron Boots: Given to you by Bo the mayor in Ordon after winning two 
    rounds of sumo wrestling. Used to sink down in watery depths, navigate
    magnetic walls and ceilings, or simply to slow down your walk across
    blustery paths. 
    
    Hawkeye: Purchased at Malo Mart in Kakariko Village for 100 rupees. 
    Used with the Hero's Bow to locate distant objects and enemies to 
    shoot down from a safe yardage. Especially useful against distant 
    Moblin Archers. 
    
    Bomb Bags: First purchased at Barnes' Bomb Shop in Kakariko Village 
    for 120 rupees. Holds 30 bombs and can be used with arrows as Bomb 
    Arrows. A second bag is acquired at Iza's Boat Rental shop at Upper 
    Zora's River. Water bombs are acquired at Barnes' shop. A Third Bomb 
    Bag is acquired by saving the Goron trapped under the big rock in 
    Zora's Domain. 
    
    Wallets: You begin with the general wallet that holds 300 rupees max. 
    The Big Wallet is acquired by bringing a single Golden Bug to Agitha 
    in Castle Town. The Giant Wallet is acquired by bringing Agitha all 24
    Golden Bugs. 
    
    Zora Armour: Given to you by Rutela in Kakariko Village's graveyard. 
    Used to breathe and swim underwater with ease. 
    
    Clawshot: Found in Lakebed Temple after defeating the Dragon Lizard 
    mini-boss. Used to propel yourself to distant targets and to bring in 
    distant items or enemies towards you. 
    
    Spinner: Found in Arbiter's Grounds after defeating the Undead 
    Prisoner. Used to navigate open spaces by riding along a spinner track
    along walls. Can also be used in special slots as an "egg beater" to 
    reveal new things. 
    
    Coral Earring: Given to you by Prince Ralis at Kakariko Village's 
    graveyard by showing him the sketch.  Used to attract the Reekfish.
    
    Dominion Rod: Found at the Temple of Time after defeating the Dark Nut
    mini-boss. Used to control Guardian and Owl statues to follow your 
    exact movements and activate switches or break down barriers. 
    
    Magic Armour: Purchased at Malo Mart's second location in Castle Town 
    for 598 rupees after donating 2000 (or the reduced price of 200) to 
    finance the second store in the southeast corner of the central square. 
    
    Horse Call: Given to you by Ilia after she regains her memory in 
    Kakariko Village. Used to call Epona from anywhere, replacing the 
    dispersed Horse Grass.
    
    Double Clawshots: Found in City in the Sky after defeating the pair of
    Dragon Lizard mini-bosses. Paired with your first Clawshot, used to 
    reach distant targets and enemies, but also to move from target to 
    target. 
    
    Empty Bottles: Four are found throughout the lands. Used to hold 
    fairies, fishing bait, or hot spring water. One is given to you by 
    Sera in Ordon Village, one by Coro in Faron Woods, one fished out of 
    the pond in Hena's Fishing Hole in Lake Hylia, and one by Jovani in 
    Castle Town. 
    
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                                   *Weapons*
    
    
    Slingshot: Purchased at Sera's Sundries in Ordon for 30 rupees. Uses 
    seeds to fling at enemies, especially on spiders covering ivy walls. 
    
    Wooden Sword: Given to you by Rusl in Ordon. Used to navigate and save
    Talo in Faron Woods. Given to Talo later on to continue. 
    
    Ordon Shield: Stolen (!) from the waterwheel house in Ordon. Used as 
    your central defense weapon until acquiring the Hylian Shield.  Made of
    wood, so burns easily if touched by fire or fiery enemies.
    
    Ordon Sword: Stolen (!) from Rusl & Uli's house in Ordon. Used as your
    central weapon until acquiring the Master Sword.  
    
    Hylian Shield: Purchased from Malo Mart in Kakariko Village for 200 
    rupees. Used to replace the Ordon Shield, this one is hard as steel, 
    will never burn, and is imperative for future battles. 
    
    Hero's Bow: Found in Goron Mines. Holds 30 arrows at the outset. Used 
    as a weapon, and to shoot targets and activate switches. The next two 
    quivers are acquired in Castle Town at the STAR mini-game (60 arrows, 
    then 100 arrows). 
    
    Master Sword: Found at the Temple of Time in its original pedestal. 
    Replaces your Ordon Sword, doubling its attack power. 
    
    Ball & Chain: Found in Snowpeak Ruins after defeating the Armoured 
    Lizard mini-boss. Used as a weapon and to shatter icy walls or enemies
    like Freezards. 
    
    Light Sword: Found in Palace of Twilight by returning the two Sols to
    their slots. The strongest sword of them all that can break the barrier
    of twilight. 
    
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                                *Dungeon Items* 
    
    
    Boss Door: Big doors blocked by a big lock. Find the Big Key to open 
    it for the final fight in a dungeon. 
    
    Big Key: Found in a fancy black chest within the dungeon, leading to 
    the boss door. 
    
    Blocks/Crates: Can be pushed or pulled. Small crates can be used to 
    weigh down switches or thrown for small prizes. 
    
    Bridges: Platforms held up by ropes that can be cut to release. Some
    also have a pinwheel switch, activated with the Gale Boomerang. Also 
    big bridges like the Eldin Bridge or Great Bridge of Hylia.  In real
    life, the Golden Gate Bridge :o) 
    
    Chests: Small chests contain minor rewards like rupees and collectable
    items. Bigger, fancier chests contain Heart Pieces or bigger rupee 
    prizes. Black chests contain Big Keys. 
    
    Compass: Found in chest within dungeon. Used to show direction on map.
    Also shows treasure chests and boss door. 
    
    Dungeon Map: Found in chest within dungeon. Used to show floor plans 
    of dungeon. 
    
    Heart Container: A reward after defeating the dungeon's boss. Adds a 
    full heart to your Life Gauge. 
    
    Locked Doors: Collect Small Keys to open these doors. 
    
    Pinwheel Switches: Found mainly in the Forest Temple, but also 
    sporadically throughout. Use Gale Boomerang to activate them, in turn 
    moving small bridges. 
    
    Pots: Break with sword or simply throw them, often for rupees or 
    collectable items. 
    
    Sealed Doors: A wooden beam or bars often block doors in dungeons. 
    Defeat enemies or activate switches to release it.  Or just bash the
    wooden beamed ones with your trusty sword, or (if feeling dangerous),
    head :o)
    
    Small Key: Found in chests within dungeon. Used to unlock doors. 
    
    Switches: Three kinds. Pressure switches only require one jump on it 
    from you. Constant pressure switches need a weightier object (crate, 
    pot, Armos statue) to hold presssure. Simultaneous pressure switches 
    need to be activated at the same time by you and an Armos Statue/crate/
    pot. 
    
    Torches: Used to illuminate dark rooms. Use Lantern to light up. 
    
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                             *Collectible Items*
    
    
    Arrow: Used as weapons or to activate switches. 
    
    Bomb: When you get your own batch, used to destroy blockage, attack 
    enemies or activate switches. 
    
    Fairy: Found in pots or Light Spirit Fountains after beating every 
    tenth level of the Cave of Ordeals. Used to refill 8 hearts of Life 
    Gauge. Collect in Empty Bottles to summon when Life Gauge is empty. 
    
    Hearts: Found in pots or left by enemies. Used to refill Life Gauge. 
    
    Rupees: Found in pots, grass or chests, left by enemies, or received 
    by generous people. Keep in wallet to purchase goods. Different 
    colours represent different amounts. Green= 1, Blue= 5, Yellow= 10, 
    Red= 20, Purple= 50, Orange= 100, Silver= 200. 
    
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    [Z6]
    
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                                 *Walkthrough*
    
    
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                        *Starting Out in Ordon Village* 
     
    
    Items/Weapons:  Fishing Rod, Slingshot, Wooden Sword, Lantern, Ordon Shield, 
    Ordon Sword
    Heart Pieces:  1  //  1/45
    Poe Souls:  0  //  0/60
    Golden Bugs:  0  //  0/24
    Empty Bottles:  2  //  2/4
    Howling Stones:  1  //  1/7
    Hidden Skills:  Ending Blow
    
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                                  *Getting Started*
    
    
    Your adventure begins with a simple task of delivering a sword to Hyrule 
    Castle.  Simple enough, right?  Uh, sure, if you want to think of it that 
    way.  Your neighbour Fado calls for you to help herd his goats using your 
    ever-ready companion Epona.  But where is she?  Go northwest to a back area 
    of the village.  Head forward then left to a grove with a pond where you'll 
    meet up with the mayor's daughter, Ilia, and Epona.  After a short cinema, 
    talk to her, then pick up the nearby horse grass to play that old-time song 
    from Ocarina of Time to tame Epona.  Mount Epona, then head east through the 
    gate, then south back to the village.  
    
    Head south again to reach the main area of Ordon.  There are several houses 
    along here, but none too important at the moment.  Head south past the 
    mayor's house to the ranch.  Agree to help Fado to start a mini-game of 
    sorts, though it's mainly practice for now.  
    
    Drive the goats into the barn by herding them on Epona.  Just press A to 
    group them together and then race them into the barn.  The key is to drive 
    several goats at once to avoid re-herding.  Anyhoo, finish that up and Fado 
    will set up jumping fences to use at your leisure.  Practice jumping if you 
    want, then exit by jumping the north fence to return to the village.  Save to 
    advance to the next day.  
    
    Three kids, Talo, Malo, and Beth will call for you now.  Head outside and 
    talk with them to learn about a new item available for sale at Sera's 
    Sundries: a slingshot.  Head south to the village and talk to the guy at 
    right about the bee's nest, then go inside the pink shop to meet Sera, 
    who's too sad to serve you because her cat ran away.  O-kay...
    
    Talk to the guy at the bee's nest again for a super-funny cinema!  Head 
    south to the mayor's house just before the ranch.  Talk to him and suddenly 
    a goat will charge out of the ranch.  This is a good opportunity to start 
    your strength training.  Press A when prompted to lift and gently settle the 
    goat down.  Now you can pet it.  Awww...Now to continue our cat hunt...I mean 
    rescue.  
    
    Near the pink shop, just to the south is a small cliff where a man will 
    prompt you to L-Target him.  Do so to "learn" their method of communication.  
    Climb up to him and he will show you where Sera's puddy-tat is hiding out.  
    Jump to the next cliff and use the Hawk Grass to summon a hawk.  Cool!  
    Target the beehive that the guy threw rocks at before (high on a tree left 
    of the shop), then release the hawk to safely knock down the hive and spill 
    Bee Larva, used as fishing bait (though not yet).  
    
    From your cliff spot, jump to the shop's roof, then across two new cliffs to 
    find more funky Hawk Grass.  Use it to summon another bird and aim across 
    the river to a monkey jumping up and down on a rock.  Aim right at the 
    monkey and release to nab a baby's cradle.  Carry it to the house by the 
    bridge where a pregnant lady named Uli is standing.  Follow her (or jump 
    ahead of her as she's rather slow) to her house to earn the Fishing Rod.  
    
    Now, what do cats like more than Kibble?  Stand at the dock on the east 
    side of the river by the waterwheel house.  Set your Fishing Rod to an 
    item button, then press it to take it out.  Use that button to fish with 
    the C-Stick.  When the bobber sinks into the water, press and hold the C-
    Stick down until you bring up a fishie.  Now that you have the cat's 
    attention, fish again and the cat will nab it and bring it on home for 
    dinner.  Sweet!  
    
    Collect 30 rupees in your wallet by exploring the village.  To earn 
    dough, smash pots and pumpkins, climb up ledges, bang into trees until 
    you rack up enough cash.  Visit the shop to be rewarded with a Bottle 
    filled with milk.  Buy the awesome new Slingshot for 30 rupees.  
    
    Once you have it, head north back to your house.  Rusl, Uli's husband 
    and carpenter extraordinaire, passes you by, mentioning a gift at your 
    house.  Speak with the kids to enter a practice round.  Use the 
    Slingshot to hit all the red & white targets and the two scarecrows.  
    Nab the spider clinging to the ladder, then climb up to your house.  
    
    Open the chest once inside to get the Wooden Sword, then head back 
    outside.  Talk to the kids again to enter another practice round.  
    Here they will teach you (indirectly) to fight using the classic 
    swordplay moves from previous Zelda games.  Suddenly, a monkey appears 
    and they all chase after it.  Mount Epona and head northwest to the 
    back road.
    
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    [Z6.12]
    
                                        *Faron Woods*
      
    
    Speak with Beth, then keep going along the road to find Malo by a bridge.  Over 
    the bridge, keep going north into Faron Woods (part of Faron Province).  Head 
    forward, jumping the fence, and into a clearing with a waterfall.  Head right 
    through a tunnel to a fork in the road, then right to reach Coro, a lantern/
    lamp oil salesman.  Talk to him to get the Lantern.  Use it to light his 
    campfire.  Be sure to press A immediately after use to salvage as much Oil as 
    you can.  Purchase Oil if you want (though you'll have to drain your bottle of 
    milk and have some cash on hand).  
    
    Backtrack to the fork and head right towards the entrance to the Forest 
    Temple.  Dismount Epona as it's too dark for her to pass and defeat the 
    Deku Baba to continue through the tunnel, collecting its Deku Nuts.  You'll 
    come across Talo's little wooden sword as you head through.  Use your Lantern 
    sporadically to navigate the tunnel.  Light any torches you come across to 
    avoid constantly using the Lantern.  Head northwest, fighting the Keese and 
    Deku Baba on the way.  When you reach a spider-webbed dead end, use the 
    Lantern to burn the webs and continue to do so along the path.  Head into the 
    light at the end to the outside.  
    
    Be wary of the Deku Babas and Moblins that guard this area.  Use the wooden 
    sword and/or slingshot like a maniac to fend them off.  Your map shows two 
    red dots.  Head northeast to the first, a small tunnel.  Nab the Keese with 
    your slingshot and enter it.  Defeat all the baddies here and open the small 
    chest for a Small Key.  Light the two torches by the chest to make another 
    one appear.  Climb up and open it for a *Heart Piece*, your very first (of 
    45).  Head back outside and go west to the second area marked on the map.  
    
    In the southwest part is a locked gate.  Defeat the two Moblins in front, 
    unlock the gate with your key, and then nab the third one.  Take the tunnel 
    there to the next area.  Head north through the area and defeat the Moblins 
    here to attract the attention of Trill, a parrot manning a little shop.  If 
    you want cheap Lantern Oil and Red Potion, dip your bottle into one of the 
    cauldrons and pay what you want at the till.  If you don't pay, you'll get 
    away with it, however Trill won't let you come back.  Best to pay what you 
    can afford.  Continue onwards to the Forest Temple entrance.  
    
    Follow the winding path to reach Talo and a monkey trapped in a cage by two 
    Moblins.  Defeat them, then slam the cage with your sword to free the 
    captives.  You'll then return to Ordon Village ranch.  Summon Epona with 
    the Horse Grass and talk to Fado to begin.  He gives you three minutes to 
    bring in 20 goats.  Herd them in as best you can and forget about the 
    ticking clock as this is still just for fun.  After that, skedaddle north 
    over the fence to the village where a cinema will play with the mayor and 
    Ilia.  Don't feel bad, just make up for it.  Head north to your house.  
    
    Now that you have your Lantern, head inside your house and down the ladder 
    to the dark basement.  Use your Lantern to light the way to a chest and 
    open it for a Purple Rupee (worth 50).  Outside, Talo and Malo will block 
    your path unless you give up your Wooden Sword.  Do so, then follow the 
    path northwest to the back road.  Head left to the spring where the gate 
    locks you out.  
    
    Retreat to the west side of the gate, south on the map to find a small 
    tunnel.  Follow it along to the spring where a long cinema ensues and the 
    main conflict of the story begins.  Ilia and Colin are nabbed by ugly freaks 
    of nature and Link is knocked unconscious.  Oh yeah, and Epona is frightened 
    off.  And then the true metamorphosis...Link becomes a wolf.  
    
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    [Z6.13]
    
                                       *Wolfie Link*
    
    
    Save when prompted to begin the flipside phase of this section.  You're 
    trapped in a prison cell.  Try wandering around until you are introduced to 
    Midna, a Twilight being who becomes your constant companion throughout the game.
    She is similar to other Zelda game companions, but this one is no fairy!  She 
    will break your leg shackle, allowing you to move.  Beat up the boxes in the 
    corner of the cell, then dig through the hole left behind to escape.  
    
    Midna will now ride you as long as you are a wolf (which will be until the 
    end of this section of my walkthrough).  Head into the next cell on the right 
    and approach the lever hanging from the ceiling.  L-Target it and "attack" it 
    to pull it down and open the door out.  Head into the sewers all the way until 
    Midna points out the misty balls of light that you will find throughout the 
    game in Wolf form.  Practice using your Senses to listen to the ghosts' 
    thoughts.  Spooooky...Remember to turn your Senses off when not in use.  
    
    Head north, then west at the fork.  Defeat the tiny Shadow Beings here and 
    avoid falling in the deep parts of the water as you're completely helpless 
    against them there.  Climb the ledge and pull that lever to open a grating 
    below.  Follow it through a tunnel and smash the box for goodies.  Back in 
    the sewers, go east and pass through the small opening to a lever.  Pull it 
    and defeat the miniature Shadow Being and smash the box for loot.  
    
    Head east to reach another fork, then south.  Pull the lever at the path's 
    end to fill the area with more water.  Swim over the spikes and head north, 
    passing another ghost, and continue north from the fork, defeating two 
    Beings.  Activate the lever at the end of the path.  Defeat more Beings, 
    then head down the tunnel for more goodies from yet another box.  
    
    Come back to the sewers and go west at the fork.  Pull the second lever 
    here to open another gate which drains the water.  Head east from the fork 
    to the end of the path where Midna will zip through the bars and taunt you 
    to follow her.  Just right of the bars is a small tunnel.  Crawl through 
    it, nab some prizes from the skulls, and pass the ghosts to meet up with 
    Midna.  Head east to a winding staircase with some broken parts.  
    
    Head up, jumping the first gap, and you will immediately plummet (sorry).  
    Defeat any Beings in your way and take the stairs again, pausing at the 
    gap you opened up.  Midna will now demonstrate her coolest ability (you 
    know, besides riding you like the Lone Ranger).  Whenever you reach an 
    impassable gap, Midna's profile will flash at the bottom of the screen.  
    Press Z when that happens to activate her jumping ability, L-Target her
    continually and jump again as many times as it takes to clear the gaps 
    that follow.  Climb some more and use Midna's jump whenever prompted to.  
    
    Pass the first rope to reach the top of the stairs.  Use the rope there to 
    carefully walk it across.  Continue climbling and Midna jumping to reach the 
    very top of the staircase.  Nab the Keese here, then stand on the pile in the 
    northwest area.  Midna jump 4x to reach a tunnel, which you follow outside.  
    More aware of your surroundings now?  Jump out to land safely and head north.  
    
    Right of the ghost is a ledge and a crate to use as a stepping stone.  Push 
    the crate against it, then climb up and hop forward.  Jump down from here 
    where you'll be ambushed by a Shadow Bird.  That is one ugly mug.  Just keep 
    attacking whenever it drops down at you and pummel the snot out of it.  Keep 
    heading north where another Shadow Bird will attack.  This spot is rather 
    tight, so jump the gap to a wider area and fight it to the death (his, not
    yours!).
    
    At the far north is a large gap you can't possibly jump.  At left is a 
    platform where Midna will prompt you.  Use her to jump 3x to a roof.  Run 
    along the top and nab the Shadow Birds that fly by (the roof is stable along 
    the sides, so you should be relatively safe).  Head through the window.  
    Once inside, take the staircase to the top and through the door to meet 
    Princess Zelda.  She gets more human and less cartoony with age, don't you 
    think?  After a pep talk, leave and attempt to take the stairs down.  
    
    A light and an approaching guard stalls you, so Midna will interfere and 
    take you back home.  Great, you're home but your friends aren't really 
    going to recognize you with sharp fangs (all the better to eat you with, my 
    dear...he he he).  Head south to your house where Midna will ask you to 
    find her a sword and shield for her secret quest.  All too happy to help.  
    
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    [Z6.14]
    
                                  *Getting Midna's Weaponry*
    
    
    Defeat the Moblins on guard here and dig for buried treasure using your Senses 
    if you want (that goes for any underworld area when you're a wolf).  A squirrel 
    will give you a good tip on talking to other animals.  Head south to the actual
    village.  The carnage has not settled well on the town, so be wary of getting 
    caught.  First to get the Shield which is stored at Malo's house, the one with 
    the waterwheel.  
    
    Head towards the house on the east side to find the mayor speaking with Malo's 
    dad.  Huddle in the bushes and sneak forward until you can listen in on their 
    conversation, but without getting spied.  Well, after the talk, they spy you 
    anyway and run off.  Chickens...Now to find a way inside.  Head to the pink 
    shop you accessed before and step into the lit-up pumpkin patch.  Sera's 
    husband will spy you and send a hawk your way.  This is necessary to access 
    the shield, so fend it off or take a small beating.  
    
    After that little escapade, shuffle over to the north side of the shop to a 
    rock where Midna will prompt you to jump to the roof.  Leap over to the ledge 
    to scare off the guy.  Not so brave now, are ya?  Use the Midna Jump 2x to 
    reach the roof and head through the window.  Jump down onto the table and use 
    the Midna Jump to a loft.  Bang into the wall 2x to knock down the Shield and 
    collect it.  Bravo!  
    
    Use the window to exit back to the village where Rusl is now lurking about 
    with a lantern.  Uh-oh, daddy-o.  Carefully navigate to the west side to Rusl 
    and Uli's house, avoiding the lamplight.  Use your Senses on the left side of 
    the house and dig your way under the house's foundation.  Grab the sword off 
    the couch, then dig your way back outside.  
    
    Again, avoid Rusl's lamplight and head north to your house, then northwest to 
    the back road.  Head left to the spring where you were attacked and you will 
    encounter a ratherlarge Shadow Being.  This will become routine throughout the 
    game.  Defeat the Being with your wolf attacks.  It is especially key to latch 
    onto the being and (gulp) bite him several times in a row.  Once it's defeated, 
    a warp portal will open in the sky, which will also be a key proponent in the 
    game later on.
    
    You will then meet with Ordona, a Light Spirit who will direct you to Faron 
    Province.  Head north across the bridge and all the way forward to find the 
    wall of Twilight.  Agree to have Midna pull you through to the underworld of 
    Faron.  
    
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    [Z6.15]
    
                                  *Faron's Tears of Light*
    
    
    You better get used to this dreary mood lighting as several levels of play in 
    the game has this look to its underworld.  Head north until you are cornered 
    by three Shadow Beings.  Midna will take off to judge how you handle this.  
    Unfortunately without her, it's pretty bad.  Just attack two Beings and 
    suddenly an ugly sound will make them come back to life.  Ugh...Beat one Being 
    down, then Midna will rejoin you and teach you a great attack move.  Use 
    Midna's full-blown attack to immediately down the other two Beings.  Another 
    portal is created.  
    
    Head north some more towards the waterfall area where a misty shape (kind of 
    like those ghosts from the prison) appears.  "Check" out the shape with A to 
    meet Faron, another Light Spirit whose power has been taken and broken into 
    individual Light Tears scattered throughout this area.  You receive a Vessel 
    of Light to retrieve these tears by defeating the Dark Insect that holds each 
    tear.  Got it?  Each bug/tear appears on the map, but I'll guide you through 
    them all, just because I'm soooo generous :o)  
    
    Head through the tunnel east and defeat the Deku Baba to clear some room.  
    Use your Senses to spot two bugs.  Defeat the bugs and make sure you touch 
    the tear to collect it (1, 2).  Remember to remove your Senses ability once 
    you get the Tears.  Continue down the tunnel and a bug will scurry under the 
    Forest Temple gate.  You'll get it later.  
    
    Go right to Coro's shop and on the north side are two crates against the wall.  
    With your Senses on, bang into them and get the bug/tear (3).  At the opposite 
    side is a ramp.  Climb it and use Midna's jump to reach the window and head 
    inside.  With your Senses on, talk to Coro to make two bugs appear.  Beat them 
    both for two Tears (4, 5).  Climb back up and through the window.  
    
    Head back southwest to the fork in the road.  At the gate, sense the sparkly 
    spot and dig under the gate.  Sense the two bugs and beat them for two tears 
    (6, 7).  Head forwards to the path to the Forest Temple.  Head down this 
    tunnel to the next area.  This is the open area with those two red dots, 
    remember?  The purple fog is dangerous, so avoid it at all costs.  
    
    With your Senses on, go right to spot two bugs on the wall.  Bang into the 
    wall to knock them down and...whoa, they FLY!  Right.  Just jump attack them 
    and get the two tears (8, 9).  Near the wall is a tree stump.  Stand there and 
    Midna jump 4x to a safe area.  Go up the ramp at right and do another Midna 
    jump (3x).  Use your Senses to spot three bugs and nab all of them (10, 11, 
    12).  
    
    To the west, do a super-fast Midna jump 8x.  Do another very fast Midna jump 
    from there 4x.  Head up to find a swinging tree trunk.  Time your Midna jump 
    to avoid getting whacked by it.  Do a Midna Jump again on the other side 7x.  
    Use your Senses to spot two more bugs.  Actually, you don't really see them, 
    per se.  They're underground, so dig at the spots with precise timing to 
    bring them up, then beat them for two Tears (13, 14).  
    
    Head through the west path to the entrance to the Forest Temple.  Defeat the 
    three Shadow Beings here.  Remember, nab one individually, then use Midna's 
    energy field attack to get the other two.  Head north (sorry, no business for 
    Trill) and up the winding path.  Use your Senses to find a caged monkey and 
    two bugs.  Beat the two baddies for the last two tears (15, 16) to be 
    automatically rerouted to Faron.  
    
    You are changed back into your human form (finally) and lo and behold, Link 
    is now garbed in green and dyed his hair to the traditional blonde look.  
    Sweet!  You are also equipped with the sword and shield.  Now you must 
    navigate the Forest Temple as human Link.  
    
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    [Z6.16]
    
                                *Finding the Forest Temple*
    
    
    Head through the east tunnel and right to Coro's shop.  Talk to him to get 
    the key to the gate blocking the temple.  It is imperative to invest in a 
    bottle of oil here.  Believe me, you'll need it.  For 100 rupees, you get 
    your second bottle.  If you want, you can get your other bottle filled or 
    just get the Lantern refilled for cheaper money.  
    
    Unlock the gate and enter the tunnel.  Head through the tunnel, either in 
    the dark or with the Lantern (VERY sparingly) to reach the other side.  
    Whatever torches you lit previously reappear lit here.  Convenient...
    
    Walk to the edge of the fog and whip out your lantern.  That pesky monkey 
    you rescued will steal it for the time being.  Follow the monkey as he 
    clears a path through the fog.  Stay a few steps behind him to avoid being 
    hit by unwanted fog.  Also, defeat any enemies that appear along the way, 
    but please don't harm the poor chimp.  
    
    At last, you reach the gate, and the Lantern is returned to you...empty.  
    Dang fool.  Hope you have that spare bottle of oil.  Use it now to refill 
    the Lantern, then follow the leader monkey inside.  
    
    Defeat any Moblins along the way.  You may spot a piece of bridge here, 
    which will come into play later (I bet you're itching to know...).  Head 
    north, stop at Trill's for cheap oil or red potion (I prefer the oil 
    myself for safe-keeping) and head towards the winding path.  Here, you'll 
    encounter the Golden Wolf who will become an important distant partner in 
    the future.  
    
    He will bring you to a cloudy part of Hyrule Castle (taken from Ocarina 
    of Time).  The Golden Wolf is a guise for a chunky Warrior who will teach 
    you the Hidden Skills.  This first one is token, the others require you 
    to find the Howling Stones, which I will definitely point out along the 
    way.  You trust me, right?  
    
    Anyway, follow the Warrior's instructions to learn the Ending Blow, an 
    awesome attack.  Press A ("Finish") when your enemy is down to do him in.  
    You return to the path.  Follow it up and defeat the Moblin guards.  
    Burn the web with your Lantern, then enter the temple.
    
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    [Z6.2]
    
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                                *Forest Temple* 
    
    
    Items/Weapons:  Gale Boomerang, Epona, Iron Boots, Hylian Shield
    Heart Pieces:  5  //  6/45
    Poe Souls:  0  //  0/60
    Golden Bugs:  6  //  6/24
    Empty Bottles:  0  //  2/4
    Howling Stones:  1  //  2/7
    Hidden Skills:  Shield Attack
    
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    [Z6.21]
    
                                  *Monkey See, Monkey Do*
    
    
    Head north to the room ahead and defeat the Deku Babas and Moblin guard.  
    Smash the cage with your sword to free a monkey.  These little guys become 
    important later on (so much suspense...can you handle it?).  Use your slingshot 
    to take down the spiders on the wall and climb the ivy, then open the door 
    where the monkey gestures.  Head straight down the stairs and up to meet a 
    Big Skulltula.  Defeat it by hitting its back or stab under its front, then 
    use your cool, new Ending Blow move.  
    
    Light all four torches with your Lantern to make a platform rise up.  Head 
    up it and open the chest at right for the Dungeon Map, then head through the 
    door there.  In a short cinema, you'll meet a baboon who will chop down the 
    bridge here, nearly obliterating the poor monkey.  Head back a room as you 
    can't proceed through here just yet.  In the center of the room is a central 
    platform with doors on all sides.  The monkey will climb up a rail, acting 
    as a rope between you and the doors.  
    
    Jump east, swing, and land on that side, then enter the door there.  At 
    left, there's a new enemy that can be equally helpful and annoying.  Use 
    your shield to jumpstart the bomb, then pick it up and throw it at the 
    boulders.  Smash the pots on the other side to meet Oocoo, a weird little 
    bird creature that will become your link to the outside world.  You'll 
    probably never use her, but she can warp you out of the dungeon.  
    
    At the opposite end, burn the web with your Lantern and enter this part of 
    the room.  Follow the monkey to the north side.  It will stop and shiver in 
    fear for a while.  Either that or it has to pee.  Anyhoo, head through the 
    north door.  When the bridge ahead of you aligns properly, run across it 
    north and head through the door.  Open the chest at left for a Small Key, 
    then head back two rooms.  
    
    Ah, now you see the monkey's fear...a Big Skulltula hangs between here and 
    the east platform.  Shoot it down with your slingshot to do it in.  Head 
    east with your monkey pal and through the locked door.  Head left over the 
    bridge which will crumble after you pass it.  Head down to the bottom and 
    press A at the cage to watch the freed monkey bang into the cage.  Monkey 
    see, monkey do.  
    
    Bang into the cage 3x to free the second monkey, then defeat two Moblins 
    that appear.  Head up the ramp to the broken bridge where the two chimps 
    will form a link.  Swing from them both to the other side and head back 
    through the door.  Go through the cave and back to the main area.  
    
    Use the one monkey to swing back to the middle platform, then another 
    monkey will swing you to the west side.  Burn the webbing with your 
    Lantern and head on through the door.  In the area below, defeat the two 
    big Deku Babas to get them out of your way.  Climb the ramp in the 
    northwest right to a Spider Bomb.  Set it off and throw the bomb west 
    over the top of the gap while L-targeting the big plant thing below that 
    will blow up.  Set the bomb off again and carry it over that gap and 
    chuck it over the ledge to the boulder blocking a door.  When it clears, 
    head through it.  
    
    Take the ramp down and roll into the two pillars for a goodie and a 
    chest with a Small Key.  The bridge ahead has an enemy hiding and 
    popping up from the tiles.  Just dash along the left side safely to 
    reach a grid of sorts made up of tiles and torches.  Carefully light 
    the two unlit ones to create stairs.  Climb up, knock out the big 
    spider, and free the monkey with your key.  If you jump down and climb 
    the ivy at right, you'll reach a chest with a red rupee (20).
    
    Head back a room and look right immediately to see another ivy wall covered 
    with spiders.  
    
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    [Z6.22]
    
                                *Getting the Gale Boomerang*
    
    
    Shoot them down, then climb the wall and go through the door.  You'll spot a 
    key, which is then swallowed up by a big ugly Deku Baba/eater plant hybrid...
    well, how you would you explain it?  Target the Deku Baba head and use 
    your Shield to determine a safe reachable distance and slash it when it 
    lunges at you.  When that part of it dies, find a Spider Bomb, set it off, 
    then toss it into the eater plant while L-targeting to pick up the Small Key.  
    
    Open the monkey's cell at the south end for chimp #4.  Head back a room and 
    go right immediately to find another Spider Bomb.  Carry it east and drop it 
    off the ledge right into the mouth of another eater plant.  Drop into its 
    hideout and open the chest for a *Heart Piece*.  Take the east door back to 
    the main area.  Swing to the center platform and head through the north door.  
    
    Now you can cross the broken bridge with four monkeys along its gap.  Swing 
    across using each monkey, grab some items from the plants, then head through 
    the door to fight your first mini-boss, the Baboon.  That's Mr. Baboon to 
    you.  First, defeat all the big Deku Babas in front of you, then approach the 
    series of pillars.  The Baboon uses a boomerang as its only weapon, jumping 
    from pillar to pillar.  When it stops on one, bang into it to knock him off-
    balance, and, as your Shakespeare teacher would say, he's "hoisted with his 
    own petard" (or getting banged by his own boomerang).  When he lands, slash 
    with your sword to, um, spank the monkey.  Continue this strategy until he 
    bails leaving behind the Gale Boomerang, which now becomes yours.  This is a 
    pretty cool item (though not as cool as the Spinner, coming your way later 
    on...so much to look forward to).  
    
    You'll notice that the door you came through is barred shut.  Now is the 
    time to practice seducing the currents...Ahem, target the pinwheel with the 
    boomerang and then release.  Repeat two times to unseal the door.  Head 
    through if you please.  No monkey business this time, so head west 
    immediately to see more closely that these bridges have little pinwheels on 
    them.  Aha!  Target the first bridge's pinwheel with the boomerang to 
    straighten it out, then take it across.  Repeat the process on the next 
    bridge (if necessary) to cross it to another trapped monkey and a Moblin 
    guard.  
    
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    [Z6.23]
    
                                    *Getting the Big Key*
    
    
    Easily defeat the guard and free the monkey by targeting the webbing with the 
    boomerang.  Uh, you're welcome?  Head south, activating one, possibly two 
    bridges, and head through the door there.  Drop off the ledge and head 
    through the northwest door.  
    
    You've been here before, but now you have a new item to reveal more secrets.  
    Bwa ha ha...Cross the tiled bridge on the left side safely, then use the 
    boomerang to snuff out the two lit torches.  The stairs will drop revealing a 
    chest with a *Heart Piece*.  Head back a room and then through the east door to 
    find your monkeys have returned to do your bidding.  Swing to the middle 
    platform and you'll see some webbing surrounding you.  Use the boomerang to 
    target and release pots and a chest.  Open that for the Compass.  
    
    Swing to the east side and through the door.  Go right through the tunnel, 
    cross the platforms, then cross the bridge to the southeast to find an 
    enclosed chest and a Z-shaped pattern on the floor.  Use the boomerang to 
    activate each pinwheel on the four pillars, starting in the lower right, 
    following the pattern.  Open the chest for the Big Key to access this 
    dungeon's boss.  Head through the north door.  
    
    Run across the bridge when it is properly aligned for you to find a monkey 
    pal who will guide you north.  Head through the door with him.  Use the 
    boomerang to activate the pinwheel on the bridge and cross it, heading north 
    through the door.  Five monkeys stand waiting on platforms with three 
    missing places.  Now do you get it?  
    
    Head left to the bridge and activate its own pinwheel to rotate it.  Head 
    onto the next bridge and do the same.  Head west and defeat the Moblin 
    there.  Use your slingshot or boomerang to nab the spiders on the ivy wall 
    (an activity I never *yawn* grow bored of).  Climb the wall to the very 
    top, then left.  With the C-stick, adjust the camera to check below you and 
    hop off when you have a platform under you (or just drop off into oblivion...
    nyah).  
    
    At left is another wall with a single spider, so nab it and climb that wall 
    to the top and go right.  Defeat the Moblin there and enter the door.  Defeat 
    two big Deku Babas in the center of this area and one more against the ivy 
    wall (again?!?).  Now, here's a cool little trick...Use your boomerang to 
    activate and hold the Spider Bomb at north.  Throw it south into the mouth 
    of the eater plant to destroy it.  Head south where it was and open the 
    chest for a Small Key.  
    
    Back on the previous platform, use the boomerang to TARGET the Spider Bomb 
    and then the boulder over the wall.  Release control and watch the bomb 
    "float" over to the boulder, knocking it off.  Climb this wall, defeat the 
    Moblin and the big Deku Babas on the ceiling, knocking them down with the 
    boomerang.  Stand on the edge of the wall so you spot the Spider Bomb below.  
    Bring it to you with the boomerang and place it by the boulder here to blow 
    it up and free the sixth monkey.  Two more to go.  
    
    Head back a room, where your new pal will rejoin his friends.  Drop down to 
    the main level of the room, get on the east bridge by activing the pinwheel, 
    and then activate its own pinwheel to turn it.  Get on the next bridge to 
    the south by hitting that pinwheel, then hit it again while standing on the 
    bridge, then head through the south door.  Activate the bridge's switch, 
    then stand on the bridge and hit its own switch again.  Head through the 
    west door.  
    
    Defeat the Big Skulltulas hanging from the ceiling, knocking them down 
    first with your slingshot or boomerang.  Use the Lantern to burn the front 
    right spider web on the ground and fall through its hole to land next to a 
    monkey cage.  Use your sword to bash in the cage and save your second-last 
    pal.  If you want a red rupee (worth 20), use a Spider Bomb to destroy the 
    eater plant that guards it.  On the west side, climb the ivy pillar and 
    head back a room.  
    
    Cross the bridge east and head through the locked door, using your key.  
    If you want to reek some revenge on those nasty tile enemies, use the 
    boomerang to unearth them.  Anyway, head northeast and down through a 
    tunnel.  At the end, drop down and defeat the Big Skulltula and the spiders 
    on the...c'mon, guess...ivy wall.  Climb up and use the boomerang to 
    activate two pinwheels bookending another monkey cell to free the last 
    chimp.  Huzzah!  
    
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                                 *Diababa, Twilight Parasite*
    
    
    Defeat the Deku Baba on the opposite end and head back a room, activating a 
    bridge to cross back to the monkey reunion room at north.  Now that you have
    all eight congregated together, they will form a ridiculously long monkey 
    "rope" to swing you across to the boss door.  Do that, capture a Fairy in your 
    bottle from a pot there, and unlock the boss door at the end of the hall.  
    
    Time to fight your first boss.  Excited?  This is Diababa, Twilit Parasite.  
    Notice its subtitled name, a tradition from Ocarina of Time.  This fight works
    in two stages.  First, stay safely out of range of the big Deku Baba heads and 
    use the boomerang to target first a Spider Bomb, then a head to feed it the 
    TNT.  Repeat on the other head to move into stage two where a giant head (I 
    guess those other "heads" were like hands) appears.  
    
    Target the head and avoid its slime attack until the Baboon appears.  You can 
    never trust a monkey...except him.  He carries a Spider Bomb and swings 
    across the area on a rope.  Target the swinging baboon, then the Diababa head 
    to make booming contact.  The eye is exposed (ew) on the ground where you can 
    perform your fencing techniques (um, slash it).  After that escapade, you 
    receive a piece of the Fused Shadow that Midna is attempting to reassemble.  
    Pick up the Heart Container, then exit through Midna's portal (say Yes to 
    leave).  
    
    Save when prompted and you will return to Faron the Light Spirit, who will 
    direct you to Eldin Province.  Time to revisit 'ole Hyrule Field.  
    
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    [Z6.25]
    
                                   *Exploring Hyrule Field*
    
    
    Head east through the tunnel and north from Coro's shop (refill oil if needed)
    to Hyrule Field.  Head north, beating the Moblins and to receive nice 
    panoramic shots of the field.  Follow the path north to see a cliff at right
    and a tree below at left.  Head towards the tree and spot a little glow on its
    trunk.  That's a Golden Bug.  You'll find these throughout your travels and 
    eventually will hand them over to a "buggy" collector (he he he).  Catch this 
    one by picking it off the tree with A or if it gets by you, slowly approach it 
    and press A.  This one is a *Male Beetle*.  Oh yeah, they also reappear later, 
    so if you pick it up again, the game will know (it...knows...ALL!).  
    
    Take the cliff path now to a fork with a tree stuck in its way.  Use the 
    boomerang to target a *Heart Piece* on its limbs and bring it in for the 
    taking.  Head east towards Eldin Province.  You'll be cornered by a postman 
    who brings you a letter about the postal service.  He pops up now and then 
    with notes of very little importance.  
    
    Keep heading east, then left at the north fork to a pond.  On the northern 
    most tree on the eastward cliff is a second Golden Bug.  Use the boomerang to 
    bring in the *Female Beetle*.  Follow the road back south and east to the wall 
    of Twilight.  Midna will bring you in.  Now you're a wolf again.  Yay!...try 
    not to over-excite yourself ;)  
    
    Head north along the road to find the wooden sword you let Talo borrow.  Use 
    your Senses and press A by the sword to sniff it and learn the Youths' Scent.  
    Activate your Senses again to see a thin fog of the scent along the road.  
    Use the A button to charge forward and follow the scent until you are stopped 
    by three Shadow Beings.  
    
    Defeat one, then use Midna's energy field attack to do in the other two.  
    You'll come to an empty chasm.  Hmm...Midna will invite you to use her warp 
    ability.  Remember those portals that Shadow Beings leave behind when you 
    defeat them?  Those now act as warp portals.  Cool...so use Midna's warp and 
    head to North (N.) Faron Woods.  You appear directly in front of the missing 
    bridge (just to your left).  
    
    Approach it and use Z to call Midna.  Ask her to warp it and select the Eldin 
    Province sub-map, then the Kakariko Gorge portal.  Follow the bridge across 
    and continue tracing the scent up to Kakariko Village.  Right of the closed 
    gate is a place to dig, so do that to get on its other side.  Follow the 
    scent right into the village.  
    
    Defeat the Shadow Beings as usual to free Eldin, another Light Spirit who 
    will give you another Vessel of Light to find the Tears of Light stolen by 
    the Dark Insects...again.  This will become old hat VERY soon.  
    
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    [Z6.26]
    
                                  *Eldin's Tears of Light*
    
    
    Activate your Senses again and follow the scent to a house.  At the window, 
    listen in to the conversation.  North of the building is a deadened tree.  
    Use Midna's jump 3x to reach the roof and fall through the weakly patched
    up hole.  
    
    Activate your Senses and watch the cinema.  They're not scared of you, 
    because they can't see you, Mr. Invisible.  After that, pick up the stick 
    and light both ends with the fire.  Head around either end of the circular 
    perimeter and hop across each gap, lighting the candles along the way (four 
    total).  This opens a passage to the basement, so drop on in.  
    
    Head north to the main room here and use your Senses to find three bugs.  
    Attack all to gain the Tears (1, 2, 3).  At the far north end, use the 
    Midna jump 3x to escape the cellar and reach the graveyard.  Use your 
    senses again to spot a bug underground.  Dig him out and nab it (4).  
    Head west back into the village.  
    
    Take the path westwards to a ramp with a sign marked "Dead End".  Yeah, 
    right.  Just like in Ocarina of Time, it's a ruse to check it out.  But 
    first, look right of the ramp and head through the opening in the side of 
    the building there.  It's an abandoned general store which will soon be 
    converted by the capitalist Malo.  Climb out and climb the shelves to the 
    corner and nab the bug hiding in the pot (5).  Head back through the opening 
    to the village.  
    
    Now you can climb the "Dead End" ramp to find another sign about the 
    "dangers" of jumping the gap.  Like the daredevil you are, take a running 
    jump across, using A to dash, and head through the door to a vacant hotel.  
    Drop off to the bottom floor and you'll probably figure out that the bug is 
    crawling around in the unsanitary oven.  Pick up the wood (deja vu?) and 
    light it from the burning torch, then set the oven's fire to free the bug 
    and pounce on it (6).  
    
    Take the east doorway to the bar, defeating the Twilight Moblins.  The 
    chest has a red rupee (worth 20).  Take the stairs, nab another Moblin, 
    then go through the north door.  Use your senses to spy the bug on the wall.  
    Climb the bed and bang into the wall to set it off flying.  Grab it in mid-
    air (7), then head back downstairs, over the counter to the oven room and 
    climb the shelves to exit.  Drop off the ledge and look northeast.  
    
    Against the eastern buildings, climb the rusty coop, then to the small 
    building.  Jump north across the gaps and through the hole in the third 
    roof.  Push the crate along its track to reveal a bug (8).  Use Midna's 
    jump 2x at the closet to exit.  Head north to the next building at east, 
    which is a renovated Bomb Shop.  
    
    At the north end, climb the Dumpsters to a shack and do a dash-jump 
    through the window (ouch).  Climb the stairs to the second floor and 
    bang into the wobbly closet to reveal another Bug (9).  Climb the back 
    of the fallen wardrobe, then up the ledges to the window and out.  
    
    Take the ramp and go right up the stairs, using your senses to spot a bug 
    crawling into a shack.  Head inside through the hole, where it has entered 
    another oven.  Let's cook it...Use the stick, light it, and then set the 
    oven alight.  Um, this is part of a BOMB shop, right?  Aaaahhh!  Follow 
    Midna outside through the hole as the shack explodes, obliterating three 
    bugs for you to collect (10, 11, 12).  
    
    Climb the winding path by the explosion site to find another building.  
    Use your senses to spot a digging place in its corner and...dig in.  
    Smash the pots here to get a bug (13), then head back outside.  That's 
    all the bugs this village has to offer, so let's skedaddle and find the 
    last three.  
    
    Jump down and head north to the end of the village with an east path 
    towards Death Mountain.  Take the east road now.  Take the ramp at right 
    and use Midna's jump 2x, then climb the path where you'll find a Goron 
    ghost.  Head north to another wall blocking your way.  Climb the crates 
    at left to reach the top.  
    
    This area is somewhat hazardous and annoying as the steam geysers may 
    hit you (though not hurt you).  That just steams me up (he he he).  Bad 
    jokes aside, there is a bug crawling underfoot, so dig with your senses 
    on and pounce on it (14).  In the northeast you'll find a stone slab, 
    the first *Howling Stone* which summons a Golden Wolf to appear and, 
    when found as human Link, will teach you a new Hidden Skill.  
    
    Press A at the stone and a series of notes appear.  Follow its pattern 
    and begin howling to its beat, this one being high/middle/low.  If you 
    fail, it will highlight the notes you hit correctly in blue, so just 
    keep trying and remember to hold notes for the correct length and don't 
    touch the control stick for middle notes.  When you have it, you'll need 
    to howl it again and the Golden Wolf will appear on your map.  I'll 
    direct you to him later on.  
    
    Now back to wolf Link.  Head north from the Howling Stone and among the 
    geysers to eventually find four Shadow Beings.  Here's the solution for 
    this fight: defeat one of the three Beings in the open, then nab the 
    isolated one.  Back in the open, use Midna's energy field attack on the 
    remaining two Beings to secure a new warp portal.  After that, head north 
    some more to spot a bug on the gate (with Senses on, of course).  Bang into 
    the wall to knock it down (15).  One more to go...
    
    Right of the gate is a ledge to stand on and from there perform a Midna 
    jump, timing it carefully to avoid the geyser.  Head south along the cliff, 
    watching out for falling lava rocks, and those pesky geysers.  Defeat the 
    Shadow Bird that lurks about, then climb the narrow cliff wall on the left.  
    When you can, do another Midna jump.  Head forward some more and drop off 
    to a hot spring.  
    
    Use your Senses to spot the last bug (16) and to be warped back to Eldin.  
    You are again transformed back to human Link and Eldin will ask you to 
    approach the Goron tribe as to the whereabouts of the second Fused Shadow.  
    The kids will finally be reunited with you, but unfortunately you cannot 
    take them home just yet.  
    
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    [Z6.27]
    
                                      *Iron Boots*
    
    
    Head north, then east down the path towards Death Mountain.  Climb the rope 
    mesh covering the wall and approach the Goron blocking your way.  When he 
    rolls towards you, you can try to stop him like you did with the goat in 
    Ordon Village, however this guy is much, much stronger and you'll fall down, 
    go boom.  Hard.  Retreat back to Kakariko Village where you'll meet Renado 
    and he gives you a tip on confronting the Gorons.  Now, would Nintendo be so 
    cruel as to send you all the way back home from here without your precious 
    horse?  I think not...
    
    Head south and Epona will suddenly appear.  You must regain her trust and 
    try to control her.  Use the control stick and hold it in the direction left 
    or right alternately as prompted on the screen until the "Seize" command 
    appears, then press A to win her back.  Ride Epona out the southwest exit 
    into Hyrule Field, jumping the fence.  
    
    Before returning home, there are two Golden Bugs to be had.  Remaining in 
    Eldin Province, just before the bridge in front of you coming out of 
    Kakariko, head left of the bridge to a tree surrounded by flowery shrubs.  
    Search the grass carefully to find that special golden glow and pick up the 
    *Female Pill Bug*.  
    
    Cross the bridge and halt just on its other side.  In the left corner 
    (facing Kakariko) of the bridge is the *Male Pill Bug*.  Now that was easy.  
    
    Ride to the west corner of Eldin Province to find a rock pillar.  On the 
    tallest pier is a *Heart Piece*.  Use your boomerang to retrieve it, 
    completing your first assembled Heart Container.  Congrats.  
    
    Now head to Ordon Province, following the map formation south all the way
    through Faron Woods.  From the road, head south, then across the bridge, 
    and west to the pond area to find the Golden Wolf.  Approach him to begin 
    your second tutorial with the Warrior, who will teach you the Shield Attack, 
    but first you must demonstrate the Ending Blow.  The Shield Attack uses the 
    R-button to strike the enemy, leaving him vulnerable to a sword attack.  
    You can also deflect objects thrown at you.  'Nuff said.  
    
    Head back to the road and south into the village.  At the south end is the 
    Mayor's house.  He will spot you outside and take you in.  The trick to 
    confront the Gorons is to equal their strength by learning sumo wrestling.  
    You'll need to go through two rounds with the Mayor in order to earn an 
    imperative tool to equal the Gorons.  
    
    My strategy in sumo is to sidestep immediately from the start, slap the 
    opponent, then grab and push until he breaks free, then sidestep again and 
    continue the pattern.  This should work out for you, hopefully.  After two 
    rounds of play, the Mayor will give you an item.  Open the chest for the 
    Iron Boots.  These are great not just for wrestling hefty Gorons but 
    navigating the almost entirely magnetized dungeon we are approaching.  Sweet!  
    
    Head back out and take Epona through to the ranch.  Talk to Fado 2x to begin 
    yet another game of goat herding.  This doesn't require much more skill than 
    before, however there is a time limit.  Herd 20 goats in three minutes for a 
    *Heart Piece*.  It's free to try if you happen to mess up *giggle*.  Now it's 
    time to return to Kakariko. 
    
    Head back out to Hyrule Field and follow the map to the village, hopping the 
    fence.  There will be a somewhat frightening cinema of that big ugly Moblin 
    dude attacking the village.  Colin will take a blow for Beth and be 
    temporarily kidnapped and unconscious.  D'oh!  Ride north and over the gate 
    to chase King Bulbin into Hyrule Field.  Now begins a mini-boss fight that 
    will recur a couple more times during the game.  
    
    The first round involves catching up with the big guy, who is easily 
    noticeable for his girth and the big stick with Colin tied up.  The best 
    strategy here is to push the limit of Epona's speed by using up all the spurs 
    that appear on the screen.  While riding towards Bulbin, take out your sword 
    and charge up a spin attack.  When you're close to Bulbin, release the attack 
    for a major wallop.  When the spurs run out, you will slow down, but keep 
    your eyes on Bulbin so you can catch up again when the spurs charge up.  
    
    When he's "defeated" (not really), he rides to Eldin Bridge in the northeast.  
    Follow him there to enter a second phase.  This is right out of Robin Hood...
    Ride Epona as fast as possible towards Bulbin as he charges towards you along 
    the bridge.  At the last possible second, move to either side of Bulbin and 
    slash with your sword.  This may take a couple more tries, but it's not too 
    difficult.  You can also try charging up a spin attack if you want (two spin 
    attacks beats him).  It takes a couple of trips across the bridge, but 
    eventually Bulbin falls off into the abyss, miraculously surviving to return 
    later.  Enjoy the awesome shot of Link and Epona in the sun.  You 
    automatically warp back to Kakariko where Colin is safe, but exhausted.  
    
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    [Z6.28]
    
                                *Climbing Death Mountain*
    
    
    There are a couple of chores to complete while here, so listen up.  During 
    the daytime (if it's night, wait outside in Hyrule Field until morning 
    dawns), you'll notice that Malo has re-opened the general store.  His mug is 
    plastered on signs in front, so you can't miss it.  Head inside and talk to 
    him in front of the wooden shield on the counter.  He's such a mini-me...Buy 
    the Hylian Shield for 200 rupees.  This is very important to have, so 
    scrounge up your rupees.  If you're short, try returning to Ordon Village and 
    smash things, or explore Hyrule Field's trees and shrubs.  Equip your new 
    shield in the pause menu.  
    
    Exit the store and head east behind Renado's house to the graveyard (sans 
    Epona).  In the northeast under a tree is a Golden Bug.  Pick up the *Male 
    Ant*, then head back to the village.  
    
    His partner is situated in one of those houses along the road.  To the east, 
    look for the third house going north (it's the one without boards across the 
    door).  The *Female Ant* lurks lazily on the floor here.  Back in the 
    village, head north, then east back to Death Mountain.  Now we return to 
    seek revenge...
    
    Climb the rope wall again and approach the Goron.  Quickly equip the Iron 
    Boots and press A with great timing to overpower the Goron and toss him off 
    the wall.  Oof...how do you like a sore bum?  Remove the Iron Boots to walk 
    further up the mountain where you'll pass more Gorons attempting to throw 
    you off.  Repeat the process while wearing the boots to knock them off.  
    
    If you want to fend off the arrow-shooting Moblins in the next area, use 
    the Hawk Grass to summon a hawk to beat them up.  Personally, I just run 
    like my pants were on fire.  Keep heading north to the widespread area you 
    may remember from your wolf-trotting days.  Watch the Gorons as they boost 
    themselves up the mountain.  Interesting...
    
    Approach a Goron on the lower level and use your shield to stun him 
    temporarily and slash with your sword to make him roll back.  Stand on him 
    to be boosted up and direct yourself onto the ledge above.  Sometime 
    between these steps, a huge rock pillar will come barreling down from the 
    sky, smack into the ground.  That will be key later on.  Head south on the 
    next level of the mountain to another Goron.  Repeat the same process to be 
    boosted up.  
    
    When you come to a path of steam geysers, use the Iron Boots to safely pass 
    through them.  Head up the cliff, avoiding or throwing the rolling Gorons 
    aside.  Use two more Goron boosts to reach the entrance to their haven.  
    Inside, you'll be ambushed by a group of Gorons, who will then retreat as 
    their leader, Gor Coron approaches.  He will challenge you to a sumo match.  
    Funny he should mention that.  
    
    The first round is impossible to win as you are without your Iron Boots.  
    After the round, put on your Iron Boots and ask him for a rematch.  Use the 
    same strategy as with the Mayor to finally win.  He will ask you to save 
    their leader, Darbus in the mines.  Head north through the door to enter 
    the next dungeon.
    
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    [Z6.3]
    
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                                 *Goron Mines* 
    
    
    Items/Weapons:  Hero's Bow, Hawkeye, Bomb Bag, Bomb Arrows, Second Bomb Bag, 
    Giant Bomb Bag, Big Wallet, Zora Armour, Water Bombs, Third Bomb Bag
    Heart Pieces:  9  //  15/45
    Poe Souls:  0  //  0/60
    Golden Bugs:  13  //  19/24
    Empty Bottles:  1  //  3/4
    Howling Stones:  1  //  3/7
    Hidden Skills:  Back Slice
    
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    [Z6.31]
    
                                        *Hot to Trot*
    
    
    Take the winding ramp down and hop across the platforms, avoiding lava 
    pillars that leap out unexpectedly.  Smash the boards of the wall made of 
    wire and head forward.  You'll spot a heavy duty switch to the right.  With 
    your Iron Boots equipped, step on it to temporarily snuff out a horizontal 
    lava pillar blocking your way.  Quickly run by it, slashing the boards, to 
    reach another switch.  Again, step on it with the Iron Boots underfoot to 
    deactivate a second fire pillar.  Head north quickly, then turn around and 
    come back south to a ladder.  Climb up and jump to the ledge ahead.  
    
    At the south end is another switch guarded by a Fire Slug.  Beat it, then 
    activate the switch to turn off yet another fire pillar.  Quickly hop over 
    and run north towards where the pillar was, defeat another Fire Slug, then
    head around the corner.  Hop down to the ledge, beat some more Fire Slugs, 
    then examine the sealed door here.  Climb to the platform opposite the tall 
    structure and jump to it.  Equip the Iron Boots to pressurize it, opening 
    the door.  Need I say, head on through.  
    
    Head forward to a big platform connected to several others.  Go east at the 
    fork, beat the Moblins lurking about, and open the chest for a Small Key.  
    Backtrack and go west to a rotating platform.  Obviously, wait until it's 
    safe to jump forward and do so.  One more of those and then head through the 
    locked door there.  Head left down the ramp to some more platforms.  These 
    never stop coming, do they?  Defeat the Dodongo by slashing its tail, dodging 
    its fiery breath attack.  Look to the east at the platforms in the lava.  
    
    Timing your jumps well to avoid the lava pillars, navigate forward to safe 
    ground.  Beat another Dodongo, head west, defeat another Dodongo, then check 
    out the moveable wall.  Pick up the handle and pull it all the way back until 
    it won't budge.  Keep pulling it steady and watch the lava geysers across the 
    room through the wire mesh in the wall.  When they cease, drop the handle and 
    run across the platforms to the east corner, then turn and head towards the 
    wall as it closes in, and through the door.  
    
    Equip your Iron Boots and sink into the water, carefully keeping an eye on 
    your oxygen meter.  Surface any time it gets low.  Head through the opening 
    in the wire cage and step on the switch to activate a magnetic field that 
    pushes you up to the ceiling.  Told you it would be magnetic in here...Walk 
    around the platform to become right side up and go through the door.  Talk 
    to the Goron Elder, Gor Amoto, to receive a shard of the Big Key to the 
    dungeon's boss.  Open the chest behind him for the Dungeon Map and a smaller 
    chest behind that for a red rupee (worth 20).  At left is a ladder to climb.  
    
    Take the platform until you see some pots.  Smash them to free Oocoo, who 
    will again offer her warping services (which you'll likely never use...sorry).  
    Head through the door east.  
    
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    [Z6.32]
    
                            *Iron Man Meets the Magnetic Walls*
    
    
    Use the Iron Boots and walk along the magnetic wall and beat any Fire Slugs 
    in your way.  Head through the door on the other side.  At the end of this 
    platform is a switch.  Stand on it with the Iron Boots to be propelled to the 
    ceiling.  Head to the northeast to find a chest below you.  Drop when you 
    have safe ground below and open it for a *Heart Piece*.  Get back on the 
    ceiling (never thought I'd use those words in a Zelda game) and head to the 
    east side (the middle of the map) to a high ledge with two torches burning.  
    
    Drop off safely to the door and head through where you'll be introduced to a 
    crane room.  Defeat the Moblins ahead and any Fire Keese that appear.  
    Activate the switch with your Iron Boots to activate a crane that is also 
    magnetic.  Head to the east platform, equip the Iron Boots, and wait for the 
    crane to pass over to become attached.  Ride to the north end and jump off.  
    
    Defeat the Moblins and Fire Keese ahead and activate another switch with the 
    Iron Boots on.  Wait for the crane and ride it further north.  Drop down, nab 
    two Moblins, then enter the door.  Defeat the Tektites with your boomerang 
    and sword or slingshot.  Swim to the northeast and then wear the Iron Boots 
    to sink down.  Open the chest for a Small Key.  
    
    Surface in the water and swim to the southwest corner.  Sink in the water to 
    a block and push it forward to get inside the metal cage.  Surface and climb 
    up to the ledge, climbing another north.  Step on the switch with the Iron 
    Boots to activate a magnetic field in the metal cage.  Step down to the field 
    and wear the boots to be propelled up (now THIS never gets tiring...really).  
    
    Head north along the ceiling to a dead end and drop to a platform.  Head east 
    to another platform...and another switch.  Perfect.  Activate the switch (I 
    think you know how by now) and, in a brilliant plot twist, a magnetic beam 
    glows horizontally below you.  Gulp.  Walk off the edge wearing the Iron 
    Boots to be pulled to the wall.  Head north as far as possible, then drop 
    sans boots.  
    
    Open the chest here for a red rupee (worth 20).  Slash the blue diamond 
    switch with your sword to temporarily remove a gate blocking the next door.  
    
    Drop west and run through the door before it closes.  Defeat the two Moblins 
    and, ignoring the rotating red-eye statues (recognizable Beamoses to Zelda 
    veterans).  At the west end, climb the magnetic wall to the fork and go left, 
    dropping to a chest with a *Heart Piece*.  Drop to the floor, climb the wall 
    again, and go right to the end.  Use the sword to slash the rope holding up a 
    small bridge.  Drop to it and enter the locked door.  
    
    Head forward, smashing the wooden planks blocking you.  Shield the Moblin 
    arrow attacks and head north as far as possible, then west to a another 
    Beamos statue.  Carefully run past when the red eye is away from you and open 
    the chest in the corner for a Small Key.  Run east of the catwalk carefully 
    across a crooked plank and through the locked door.  
    
    Wait for the rotating platform to steady, then jump across to the ledge.  At 
    left is a long platform with magnetic strips (I think they look like Listerine 
    Pocket Paks, but what do I know?).  One side has three and another has one.  
    Wait for the side with three to face up, then run to the first strip and equip 
    the Iron Boots to stay on it as it rotates.  Continue this to reach the second 
    and third strips, then safely reach the ledge on the other side.  Head through 
    the door here to meet the next Goron Elder, Gor Ebizo, for another key shard 
    and to proceed towards a fantastic prize.  
    
    Okay...open the chest at right for....you ready?...a YELLOW RUPEE!!  Worth 10.  
    Yeah, sorry, that's not the big prize.  Take the ladder and go west through the 
    door.  To your left is a magnetic strip on the wall.  
    
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    [Z6.33]
    
                         *Biggoron, the Hero's Bow & the Big Key*
    
    
    Head south along it as it bends west, walk to the spot above the door, and 
    drop.  At the east end is another yellow rupee (worth 10) in a small chest.  
    Again, not the big prize.  Head through the door south.  Head forward and 
    jump to a large magnetic disc propelled out of the lava to meet your next 
    mini-boss, Biggoron.  
    
    The name means absolutely nothing...nah, just kidding, he's huge.  And that 
    factors into this fight.  Avoid the edges of the disc that may tip and send 
    you flying into the hot stuff.  Wait until he tries to hit you, then slash 
    with your sword.  Keep it up until he rolls up into a ball, then it's time 
    to party.  Get to a safe spot near the edge of the disc and equip the Iron 
    Boots.  Like the sumo wrestling games before, press A when prompted to lift 
    and toss him into the lava.  Repeat this until he gives in.  Head south 
    through the door and open the chest for the Hero's Bow with 30 arrows.  
    
    Awesome, now we can shoot things (humanely, of course)!  Use an arrow to 
    break the rope at the top of the stone slab behind the chest.  Head across 
    the new bridge to a new room.  At the south end, approach the sleeping 
    Beamos to awaken it.  You had to run and hide before, now it's payback!  Use 
    an arrow and shoot at the red eye to break it, creating a statue.  Do this for 
    all the Beamoses in the room, then pull the Beamos along the west path.  In 
    the nook behind it is a chest with the Compass.  Pull aside any other statues 
    for small prizes if you want.  Be sure to pull the east one to continue through 
    the door behind it.  
    
    Speak with the last Goron Elder for the third and final key shard, assemblng 
    the Big Key.  Open the chest behind him for a purple rupee (worth 50).  Go back 
    a room and head south behind the statue through the door.  Head forward, 
    knocking off any Fire Keese with your newly acquired Bow.  Bang into the dented 
    fence here to continue.  Jump over to a ledge, nabbing the Fire Slugs in your 
    way.  On the next platform are 2 Dodongos.  It might be better for you to shoot 
    arrows at them from here until they're defeated.  
    
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    [Z6.34]
    
                                    *Finding the Boss Door*
    
    
    On the next platforms, defeat the Fire Slugs from afar with arrows, moving 
    to the west side of the room.  Look on the ceiling to find a Dodongo 
    walking upside down (he he he).  It would be best to get it from here with 
    arrows, rather than on the ceiling where you will soon be.  
    
    In the southwest, step on the switch with your Iron Boots on to be propelled 
    to the ceiling.  Head north and check for an opening in the wall at west.  
    Hit the blue crystal switch with your arrow to activate it and open the gate 
    below you.  Drop safely down and head through the door.  
    
    Jump to the south ledge and open the chest for a purple rupee (worth 50).  
    Head back and look north to a small bridge held up by ropes.  Use your bow & 
    arrow to cut it down, then run across to a switch.  Use those trusty Iron 
    Boots to activate it, ride the crane that follows north and head through the 
    door there.  
    
    Defeat the new Pollywog enemies with your arrows.  Head north to the locked 
    gate and fire an arrow at the blue crystal switch to the east to open the 
    gate.  Run through it, nab the Moblins here and then use arrows to break the 
    red eyes of the Beamoses that spin before you (hypnotically, I might say).  
    Head north through the door.  
    
    From afar, use your bow to pick off the Moblin Archers (tiny specks in the 
    distance, look for the fire of their arrows to spot them).  Defeat any 
    regular Moblins in your way as you head forwards to the west/middle area.  
    Nab the Beamos with an arrow and pull it to reveal a tunnel behind it.  
    Head through it to navigate the upper level of this area.  
    
    Face north and, remaining wary of the TNT barrels in the vicinity, pick off 
    the Moblin Archers in the distance.  If you shoot their TNT barrel, you'll 
    pick them all off at once in a nice little mushroom cloud.  Head right and 
    activate the switch to start a crane moving.  Drop off this ledge at right 
    and allow the crane to carry you around to the northwest.  While staying 
    connected to the crane, shoot an arrow at the rope holding up a bridge.  
    
    When it's safe, drop down and go east to get some arrows and a fairy to keep 
    in a bottle as you are approaching the boss door very soon.  
    
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    [Z6.35]
    
                                  *Fyrus, Twilight Igniter*
    
    
    Head through the northwestdoor off the bridge.  Defeat the Moblin Archers with 
    your arrows and the regular Moblins as usual.  At the south end is another 
    stone bridge.  Again, cut the rope with an arrow and defeat the mob of 
    Moblins on the other side.  Isn't that cute...I made a joke.  Head to the 
    boss door and break on through...to the other side, that is :o)  
    
    This is Fyrus, Twilit Igniter.  Basically a hyped-up King Kong (or maybe 
    Donkey Kong?).  This battle is fought within a single phase, but requires 
    two important items to be used.  Run to a temporarily safe spot and shoot an 
    arrow at the glowing eye on Fyrus.  Find the handle on his shackles and pick 
    it up.  Equip the Iron Boots and pull the chain to trip him up.  Lastly, run 
    to his exposed eye and slash with your sword to deal damage.  Repeat this 
    pattern until he reverts back to Darbus, his true self.  
    
    You get the second Fused Shadow and a Heart Container.  Once you have those 
    two things, you can speak with Darbus, though it's mostly pointless jabber, 
    then head through Midna's portal.  Save to continue onwards.  You'll meet 
    up with Eldin, who will direct you to Lanayru Province, your next stop.  
    
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    [Z6.36]
    
                                         *Errands*
    
    
    Before moving on, let's complete some nifty little side quests.  You're in 
    Kakariko Village right now, so head north to the newly renovated Bomb Shop 
    (look for the sign).  Talk to the Goron in front and say yes to his offer 
    for a lift.  Climb on his back, facing the shop and launch to the roof.  
    Head up the ramps at right to reach what is called the Highest Building 
    (please don't say you wonder why).  Talk to the Goron there to be launched 
    up to the high ledge.  Climb the ladder and talk to Talo at top.  Agree to 
    his question to begin a small mini-game.  
    
    You'll be removed to the ground by the spring where Malo will also 
    participate in the game.  You'll shoot two close red & white targets, then 
    a faraway pole.  The targets are easy, just aim at the bulls-eye.  As for 
    the pole, to distinguish it from the rest of the village, look to the 
    highest building just to the right where you can faintly make out two 
    sticks on either side of the building.  Aim for the left one.  
    
    When you hit the pole, Malo will reward you with a *Heart Piece*.  If 
    you happen to not complete this part, you can always return later and try 
    again.  Whatever you do, don't cheat and use the item that I'm directing 
    you to get next, as you won't be properly rewarded for it.  
    
    After the mini-game, head to Malo Mart and purchase the Hawkeye for 
    100 rupees.  This telescopic device allows you to spot distant objects to 
    shoot down with your arrow.  This is great for shooting down Moblin 
    Archers, which will return throughout the dungeons.  Back in the village, 
    head inside the Bomb Shop.  If you try to buy bombs, Barnes will offer you 
    the starter Bomb Bag with 30 bombs included for 120 rupees.  Buy that, 
    then return to the village.  
    
    On the west side by the south road to Hyrule Field is a cracked wall with 
    a boulder smooshed in there.  Use a bomb to obliterate it, then enter the 
    tunnel revealed.  Climb to a ledge situated above the spring and (Geronimo) 
    jump in.  Sink to the bottom with your Iron Boots and open the chest for a 
    *Heart Piece*.  
    
    Head back to the village and look above the tunnel that you just blew open 
    to see another boulder higher up.  Use a Bomb Arrow (combine the two items) 
    and fire it to blow another rock.  Use your boomerang to claim another 
    *Heart Piece*.  
    
    Call Epona with the Horse Grass if you can't find her and ride her out the 
    north gate to Hyrule Field.  Ride north some more and look for two 
    boulders and a ramp on the right.  Dismount and bomb the boulders, then 
    climb the ramp to the top, jumping the gap.  Climb the ivy wall to the top 
    and head to the ledge.  Use a Bomb Arrow to blow the boulder across the 
    gap.  Jump over and climb more ivy to the top.  Look down and north to see 
    a chest.  Jump down to it and open it for a *Heart Piece*.  Jump off and 
    get back on Epona.  
    
    Ride north until you come across some gross green enemies called Leevers 
    popping up from the ground.  Head east until you see the road become grass 
    and spot a golden glow.  Collect the *Male Grasshopper* here.  Ride to the 
    northwest near a large shadow on the field to find the *Female Grasshopper* 
    in the wide expanse.  
    
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    [Z6.37]
    
                                      *Lanayru Province*
    
    
    Now ride to the northeast to Eldin Bridge and take it across.  On the 
    inside wall on the south end (east side) is the *Male Phasmid*.  Collect it 
    with your boomerang.  Head north, then east of the bridge to find a boulder.  
    
    Bomb it to get rupees, then stand by the wreckage site and look east on the 
    wall to spot the *Female Phasmid*.  Bring it down with your boomerang.  Ride 
    north to a row of boulders blocking the way to Lanayru Province.  Oh, what 
    shall you do?  Bomb them and three Shadow Beings will appear back on the 
    bridge, minus a piece that disappears.  What the...?!?!  Despite not being a 
    wolf, defeat one normally and use your Spin Attack to defeat the last two 
    simultaneously and create a new warp portal.  Ride north to the wall of 
    Twilight.  Dismount and have Midna pull you in to begin another wolf quest.  
    
    Head west down the path until you find a bag.  Sniff it to "unlearn" Youths' 
    Scent and learn Ilia's scent.  Use your Senses to follow the scent towards 
    Hyrule Castle.  Follow it further into Hyrule Field and then through to 
    Hyrule Castle Town.  This is not a traditional Zelda "hub" for the game, but 
    it's commonplace throughout the game.  
    
    Follow the scent east to the central square, then down the south road.  It 
    will come to a building that you can't enter just yet, so continue to follow 
    its scent past the building into an open door on the east side of the south 
    road.  Squeeze inside to Telma's Bar.  
    
    Use your Senses to find Ilia and an ill Zora child.  Listen to the 
    conversation between her and Telma.  Listen to the soldiers seated in back 
    and check out their map to learn the location of the Lanayru Light Spirit.  
    
    Head back out to town and go north to the central square, then exit to the 
    west back to Hyrule Field.  Go west across the bridge and west to a passage 
    into another area of the field.  Take the road here to a fork and go south 
    to Lake Hylia.  Once there, take the left path to the Great Bridge and head 
    across it.  A Moblin Archer will set the gasoline-covered bridge on fire, so 
    quickly push a crate against the bridge itself and jump off the burning 
    structure into a water source.  Swim southwest to the shore and talk to the 
    Zora ghosts with your Senses on to learn about the dried out Lake Hylia.  
    
    Head west towards a building to meet Fyer, a sad looking clown (who would've 
    thunk it?).  He will see a Moblin Archer to the north.  Head towards it to 
    engage in battle with a mini-boss, a Shadow Bird with the Archer riding it.  
    He shoots arrows at you while flying, so dodge them while attacking the bird 
    when it swoops close to you.  Avoid its claw grasp, then defeat the lone 
    Moblin when the bird retreats.  Piece of cake.  The Archer takes off and 
    Midna tames the bird.  
    
    You will now ride it through an obstacle of rocks and such.  No bonuses, no 
    rewards...other than that it's really fun.  I would avoid charging the bird 
    forward, as you tend to veer into rocks that way.  Keep it slow and avoid all 
    rock structures and arrows that Moblin Archers toss your way.  A tunnel with 
    light sits at the end.  So the rumours were true...there is hope in this 
    hellhole.  Take the tunnel to be dropped off at Upper Zora's River which has 
    a perimeter of land surrounding it.  
    
    Go south to the riverbed, then west to a snowy area.  Zora's Domain is once 
    again frozen over (if you recall Ocarina of Time).  Go north to the frozen 
    waterfall and stand near a small ice structure to perform a Midna jump 6x.  
    Go along behind the ledge, dodging ice crystals that fall.  At the far west 
    edge, do a Midna jump 9x (seriously), dodging more ice crystals in mid-jump.  
    
    Head north at the top through the gates to an inner area.  Defeat the three 
    Shadow Beings on the pool, beating the isolated one normally and the other 
    two simultaneously with Midna's energy field attack.  After the battle, use 
    your Senses to see the Zora ghosts beneath the frozen pond.  Spooky...
    
    Use Z and have Midna warp you to Death Mountain within Eldin Province.  
    Remember that giant rock that fell when you explored the area?  Well now it 
    will go to a good cause, freeing frozen fish (how's that for alliteration?).  
    
    Approach the big rock and have Midna warp it to Zora's Domain in Lanayru 
    Province.  The rock will undoubtedly melt the frozen pond, once again 
    becoming a true Lake Hylia.  Take the river to return back when a voice will 
    stop you.  This is Rutela (not to be confused with the chocolate peanut 
    butter goodness of Nutella), the Zora Queen, who asks you to help her sick 
    child in Castle Town.  Gotcha.  
    
    Head back out to Zora's Domain and jump off the waterfall to be carried out 
    to Lake Hylia.  The current will carry you to Lanayru's Spring, so get off 
    and head inside.  At the ledge, speak with the Light Spirit Lanayru to 
    receive another Vessel of Light for 16 tears.  Aw, shucks, not again.  
    Ah well, 'tis life.  
    
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    [Z6.38]
    
                              *Lanayru's Tears of Light*
    
    
    Head back outside to spot a bug moving up a bridge at left.  Before stomping 
    him, swim to the northeast to find the shore and use your Senses to nab your 
    first Bug (1).  
    
    Swim back to the red dot on the map and take the bridge to a grassy spot 
    where you'll find your next Bug (2).  Go west over the bridge to another 
    plateau and fight the Shadow Beings that appear.  Defeating one normally is 
    no problem, but you'll need to gather the last two close together to perform 
    Midna's charge.  Lure the middle one to either the left or right being that 
    you didn't beat individually.  
    
    After that fight, go southeast to a stone bridge and across to the southwest 
    over a gap to a platform.  Perform a dash/running jump across a bigger gap 
    and face east, then dash/jump again.  Go south up the hill to another bug 
    that might burrow in the ground.  Dig him up and nab him (3).  
    
    Warp to the Lake Hylia portal with Midna and go northwest to a bridge that 
    leads to Fyer's place, unfortunately closed for supernatural reasons.  At 
    the back of Fyer's shop is a flying Bug (4).  Retreat back a bit to the 
    grass just before Fyer's place.  Howl in the order high/low/high/low 
    following the blue highlighted parts to summon a Shadow Bird to ride up Zora's 
    River.  
    
    This ride is the same as before, but requires you to use your Senses to spot 
    four Bugs (5, 6, 7, 8) on this ride, so pay attention during the flight and 
    dash into them to get the light automatically just by squashing them.  None 
    are hidden well, so unless you have Milhouse van Houten's eyes, you should be 
    just fine.  If for some reason you don't get all four, warp to Lake Hylia and 
    try again.  
    
    Once you have them, use your Senses and talk to the woman on the steps of the 
    house.  A bug will appear for you to snack on (9).  Cross the house's porch to 
    the north to find a *Howling Stone* atop a small hill.  Listen to the notes and 
    howl along to summon the Golden Wolf for a Hidden Skill to be learned later.  
    The pattern is low/middle/halfway low/high/middle/low.
    
    West of the stone are two Zora ghosts.  Listen to them and they will head into 
    a tunnel that goes right to Hyrule.  Finally, some useful information!  Follow 
    them into the tunnel and along the current, hugging the right side to reach the 
    shore.  Climb the stairs and go southwest into another area of Hyrule Field.  
    
    Head to the bridge to Castle Town to be reunited with three Shadow Beings.  
    Defeat them (I think you know the drill by now) and head right into town.  
    Head east, then south down the road to Telma's Bar and bash into the crates in 
    the southeast to free a bug and capture it (10).  Press Z and have Midna warp 
    you to Zora's Domain.  
    
    Climb the ledge and head southeast.  Bang into the wall to get another bug 
    (11), then swim off the waterfall's edge south to a pool with lily pads.  Climb 
    on them to spot two bugs (12, 13).  You can nab them both with Midna's charge 
    attack to make things easier.  
    
    Swim to the east and atop a ramp is another bug that may burrow, so dig if 
    necessary and grab it (14).  Climb up some more and open the chest for a yellow 
    rupee (worth 10).  Jump back to the water and swim northwest to a frozen 
    tunnel.  North of there is a ledge. Near it, perform a Midna jump (just one 
    this time).  
    
    Head forwards a bit and do another Midna jump.  Climb up a bit by the waterfall 
    and do a Midna jump once.  Climb the short incline along the waterfall and at 
    the top do a Midna jump 2x, then another 4x a bit further up.  Forward some 
    more, then another Midna jump to reach a higher ledge.  Around from there, 
    following the rupees, is a cave.  Jump into it and south.  Use your senses for 
    find the second-last bug (15).  
    
    The last one is in Lake Hylia, so warp with Midna to that portal.  Swim into 
    the middle of the lake after the short cinema to engage in a mini-boss fight 
    with a big bug, the Queen.  Use your Senses to actually see it and use the four 
    little platforms, the biggest one being the most sturdy and spacious, to stay 
    above water and keep your senses on at all times, reactivating them if you are 
    hit.  Dodge her electrically-charged attacks and when it stops temporarily, use 
    a jump attack to latch on and bite as much as you can chew.  After some more 
    dodging of deep water attacks, continue the same pattern until it flips on its 
    back, helpless.  Show no mercy and stand on the belly, using Midna's charge to 
    get all six legs at once to get the last tear (16) and warp back to Lanayru.  
    
    You will now learn some backstory to the journey (somewhat cruel for kids) and 
    now you can find Rutela to get that reward.  
    
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    [Z6.39]
    
                                       *Extra Errands*
    
    
    Head outside and to the northwest to Fyer's shop.  Speak with him and pay 10 
    rupees to be launched to upper Lake Hylia.  Enter the doorway and go down
    the ladder to reach the Flight-by-Fowl mini-game.  It's probably best to do 
    this now, so talk to Falbi, another clown, and pay 20 rupees to play.  
    
    Save here in case you mess up countlessly and you can reset without losing 
    rupees.  Pick up a cucoo and stand on the edge.  Use your point-of-view 
    camera with the C-stick to spot the multi-tiered platform below.  Your aim is 
    to reach the high tier that is not spinning around.  When you fly out, ignore 
    the big rupees in the sky as they only distract from the bigger prize.  Speed 
    up and slow down continuously and pull the C-stick down to keep a bird's eye 
    view of the platform.  The lower you are to the chest, the likely you will 
    drop to it, so make sure you're close enough when you land.  If you land on 
    the right tier, open the chest for a *Heart Piece*.  The other chests contain 
    rupees of differing size.  If you fail, you'll need to pay Fyer to launch up 
    again, then pay for the game, so at 30 rupees a shot, it's not cheap.  
    
    Once you have the Heart Piece, you'll need to pay Fyer again anyways to be 
    launched up.  Leave Falbi's shop through the door to reach the Great Bridge.  
    At the north end of it, defeat any enemies in your way and on the inside of 
    the north arch, look east to see a Golden Bug.  Use your boomerang to collect 
    the *Male Mantis*.  
    
    At the south end of the bridge, going past it, look along the rock structures 
    at right to spot another golden bug, the *Female Mantis*.  Use the boomerang 
    to collect it.  Head back to the bridge's north end and go northwest to a 
    sign with some Horse Grass near it. Use that to call Epona and ride her north 
    at the fork.  
    
    Bomb the boulders in your way and continue north to another boulder line.  
    Blow those away and head forwards.  At the northern edge is a road going 
    further north.  Hug the north wall as you follow it to find more boulders 
    to bomb.  Beyond them, head through the opening sans Epona to Zora's Domain.  
    
    Jump down to the water and swim east to the shore.  Climb the ramp to find 
    a golden bug, the *Male Dragonfly*.  At the south end, take the path along 
    the river and through a tunnel.  Take the door north by the Howling Stone.  
    This is Hena's Fishing Pond (she's Coro the Lantern salesman's sister).  
    
    Continuing the tradition of fishing from previous Zelda games, you can use 
    your fishing rod to waste some time and try to catch the biggest fish of 
    them all.  Also here, you can get another empty bottle. At the east side 
    is an anti-littering sign.  Use your fishing rod and cast it into the small 
    pond east of the bridge past the sign.  Reel in what you catch and maybe it's 
    an Empty Bottle.  It should be caught after a couple of tries if you don't 
    get it first.  
    
    Now, enter the shack and talk with Hena.  Rent a lure rod and canoe for 20 
    rupees.  Direct your canoe north and spot a *Heart Piece* on the rock 
    structure.  Use your lure rod to reel it in for the taking.  Keep fishing to 
    your heart's content if you want, but that's all the necessary equipment to 
    get here.  
    
    Outside the fishing place, head east to another shack and over the water in 
    front facing west is a golden bug floating over the water.  Use your 
    boomerang to haul in the *Female Dragonfly*.  
    
    Talk to the girl in front of the boat shop, then head northwest to find three 
    Shadow Beings.  Defeat them as you did on Eldin Bridge and the girl named Iza 
    will take you inside her shop.  A boulder is blocking the gate inside.  You 
    receive a *Second Bomb Bag* from her.  It takes two Bomb Arrows to destroy the 
    boulders.  She'll then get you in a boat and you'll raft down the river.  
    Collect rupees along the ride,and try to avoid the wood as it's just annoying 
    to crash and rearrange yourself.  At the bottom of the river, you'll meet up 
    with a Zora.  Use Bomb Arrows on the boulder blocking your way, then follow 
    the Zora down the river, collecting more rupees.  You end up back at Lake 
    Hylia.  
    
    Find Fyer's shop and pay 10 rupees to be launched up.  Take the door out and at 
    the north end, summon Epona with the Horse Grass.  Ride her into Zora's Domain 
    and back to the boat shop.  Time for a mini-game.  Save here to use the same 
    strategy as Falbi's game (if you fail numerous time, reset and start over with 
    your original cache of rupees).  Head inside and pay 20 rupees to play.  
    
    You'll be rafting down the river again, but this time there are lanterns 
    hanging above you.  Use Bomb Arrows to shoot them, earning points (yellow= 1, 
    red= 2).  If you hit walls or wood, you lose a point.  You can earn a maximum 
    of 30 points, but the minimum goal is 25.  Earn 25 or more points to get the 
    *Giant Bomb Bag*.  To avoid walls and wood piles, gently steer your boat when 
    getting too close.  Otherwise, the current will push you along naturally.  
    Again, you end up at Lake Hylia.  
    
    Pay Fyer 10 rupees again and outside call and ride Epona north, then east 
    towards Castle Town.  At the bridge to town, look north and climb the ivy to 
    find your Golden Wolf buddy.  Demonstrate your mastery of the Shield Attack to 
    learn the Back Slice, a cool sword technique that involves rolling around an 
    enemy and striking its backside.  
    
    Once you have that, look for a path southwest of the bridge and ride it near 
    the exit to this area to a patch of flowers by the road.  The *Male Butterfly* 
    is just waiting to be caught.  Ride Epona north to venture further into Hyrule 
    Field.  
    
    Take the road east to a fork with a rock and a tree nearby.  On the south 
    side of the tree is the *Male Stag Beetle*.  Use your boomerang to collect it.  
    Ride up the cliffside at north and take the right side road towards the north
    tip.  At west is a cave that is not of much concern right now.  Above 
    and left of the cave is the *Female Stag Beetle*.  Bring her down with your 
    boomerang.  Go southwest back to the last area of Hyrule Field, then east 
    over the bridge into Castle Town.  
    
    While in the west side, talk to the man in the robe back in a small alcove
    on the left side, who is a priest soliciting donations.  It's worth it to 
    give him every penny as we'll soon recover a lot of dough.  Give him as much 
    as you can (1000 rupees nets you a *Heart Piece*) and come back later to earn 
    the heart piece.  Take the south road from the central square and then the 
    southern exit into the field.  
    
    On this side of Hyrule Field are two golden bugs.  Look at the plants on the 
    west side of the steps to find the *Female Ladybug*.  On the east side of the 
    field itself is a tall structure with flowers and lots of crow enemies (in 
    Zelda language, Guays) and the *Male Ladybug*.  Head back into Castle Town.  
    
    Still in the south area, head west until you find a sign for Agitha's Castle.  
    Head inside to meet the princess.  She's a bit looney, but loves bugs and 
    will take all 24 golden bugs you find throughout the game for major cash.  
    You should have 19 by now if you've followed my walkthrough.  Give her one 
    bug to receive the Big Wallet which allows you to hold onto more rupees (600 
    max).  She gives you 50 rupees per bug, and if you give her the matching bug 
    to pair them, you receive a 50 rupees bonus (100 total).  Give her as many 
    bugs as it takes to fill your wallet, but don't overmax it.  
    
    Now you should be able to pay that priest more money for the Heart Piece.  
    Return to Agitha for more cash as needed until you have it.  
    
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                            *Deep Sea Diving to Lakebed Temple*
    
    
    Now head to Telma's Bar in the south area where you'll be more welcomed and 
    received as a human.  You are taken to Lake Hylia where Telma has arranged to 
    transport Ilia to Kakariko Village.  The route to Kakariko is outlined in red 
    on your map for your reference.  Like a certain carriage ride in Majora's Mask, 
    this ride is far from scenic.  There will be Moblin Archers and bird enemies 
    along the way which may disrupt the carriage's path and likely set it on fire.  
    
    First of all, you come to the bridge where you'll engage in a rematch with 
    King Bulbin.  The spin attack is less effective here as he has donned a shield 
    in each arm.  Chaaaaarge!  Use Epona to ride forward a bit (not too close to 
    Bulbin) and fire an arrow at him between the shields, then head past him and 
    repeat this process until another one bites the dust.  You receive the Gate 
    Keys to open the way into the village.  Now the fun begins (sort of).  
    
    Keep close to the carriage as it moves so you don't lose track of it.  Guide 
    it along the route on the map and use your bow or sword to take down any 
    Moblin Archers that shoot at you, and any birds that try to drop bombs on the 
    carriage.  Also pay attention to the carriage's meter that indicates the 
    severity of a fire.  Use your boomerang to snuff it out.  At the gate, 
    dismount and open it.  Continue along the route until you pass into Eldin 
    Province, then head over the bridge to the gate to Kakariko.  Dismount and 
    open the gates, then ride in to lead the carriage to safety.  
    
    Watch the cinema and you'll notice the Zora Queen appear and float to the 
    east.  Follow her to the graveyard and through it east to the gravestone.  
    Enter the tunnel that appears to find the Zora King's grave.  Approach it and 
    you will receive the Zora Armour, which lets you breathe underwater and swim 
    with ease.  Equip it in the pause menu and check it out!  Head back to the 
    village and enter the bomb shop.  
    
    Purchase the Water Bombs which, um, allow you to blow things up underwater 
    (duh).  These will be placed in one of your two bomb bags as you already have 
    another one and you can sell the spare bombs that you are replacing.  Ride 
    out of the southwest gate and into Lanayru Province at the north end of 
    Hyrule Field (via the southwest, ride clockwise through Eldin/Ordon) through 
    the entrance you created earlier to Zora's Domain.  
    
    Talk to the Zora at the north end to be carried up the waterfall.  Head north 
    into the small domain.  Equip your new armour and the Iron Boots to sink to the 
    bottom of the water.  Bomb the remaining wreckage of that rock you warped here 
    earlier (with a Water Bomb) to free a trapped Goron.  He rewards you with a 
    *Third Bomb Bag*.  On the surface, you can also light the two torches for a
    purple rupee (worth 50).  Head south 2x to Upper Zora's River, then pay 20 
    rupees for a boat ride to Lake Hylia (playing the Lantern shooting game again) 
    and swim to the purple dot on the map that pinpoints the location of the next 
    dungeon.  
    
    Use the Iron Boots to sink down and head north to the cracked ground with a 
    boulder higher up.  Place a water bomb there to engage a geyser.  Place another 
    water bomb on the geyser to raise it up and bomb the boulder.  Sans iron boots, 
    use the geyser to propel yourself up and entrez.
    
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                               *Lakebed Temple*
    
    
    Items/Weapons:  Clawshot, Master Sword, Big Quiver
    Heart Pieces:  9  //  24/45
    Poe Souls:  36  //  36/60
    Golden Bugs:  3  //  22/24
    Empty Bottles:  1  //  4/4
    Howling Stones:  2  //  5/7
    Hidden Skills:  Helm Splitter, Mortal Draw
    
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    [Z6.41]
    
                                 *Swimming & Stairclimbing*
    
    
    Swim to the end of this tunnel, avoiding the jellyfish enemies.  Climb out to 
    a cavern area and head south, defeating the Red Chus, whose jelly can be 
    bottled up, acting as red potion.  Open the chest to the south for Water 
    Bombs and another on the west side for arrows.  At the north end, take the 
    stairs up and turn around, facing south, to spot a handle.  Jump to it to 
    pull it and head through the door that opens.  
    
    Use bomb arrows to shoot down 4-5 stone crystals on the ceiling to 
    create ledges.  Head north to the next level up, using your Back Slice move 
    on the Helmasaur enemies (or just hitting them from behind).  Climb the 
    platforms to the north and open another chest for more water bombs.  Take the 
    door and defeat the Lizalfos by blocking with your shield and striking when 
    you can.  Head through the north door to be introduced to the main room with 
    a central staircase and a sweeping balcony.  
    
    Head down the stairs and move counter-clockwise around to the south end.  
    Defeat the Tektite (easy peasy) and open the chest in the southeast for more 
    arrows.  Look north from the south end to spot another handle.  Jump to it to 
    pull it and rotate the central staircase.  Take it up and head to the southeast 
    end to find Oocoo in a pot.  At the west end, pull another handle to rotate the 
    stairs again and then go downstairs and north, opening the chest for the 
    Dungeon Map.  
    
    Head through the east door nearby to a small narrow path with a Helmasaur.  
    Defeat him with a back slice, then head forward.  Shoot down two stone 
    crystals with bomb arrows, then head down the tunnel at left.  Cross over the 
    makeshift bridge and climb the ivy left as far as possible, then drop.  Jump 
    to the ledge at southeast and you'll see a ledge being propelled by a geyser.  
    Jump to that ledge when the geyser is active, then jump to another ledge with 
    a chest.  Open it for a Small Key.  
    
    Backtrack two rooms to the central staircase area.  Take the stairs to the 
    upper level and head clockwise to the east end and through the locked door 
    there.  Defeat yet another Helmasaur and continue forward.  Head right and 
    south, defeating a Tektite and open the chest nearby for bombs.  At the north 
    end are two stone crystals on the ceiling just itching to be shot down (and 
    begging you to use bomb arrows).  Climb the one near the ivy wall, then climb 
    the wall to the top and left.  Drop to a ledge and pull the handle at north 
    to open a gate.  
    
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                                  *Getting the Clawshot*
    
    
    Drop down and go clockwise near the north end and through the door on the 
    south wall.  Carefully navigate this room by jumping to the big cog in the 
    center and defeat the Lizalfos enemy.  Head through the southeast door.  Go 
    right, defeating the Keese, and open the chest for a Small Key.  
    
    Go back 2x and at right, bomb the boulder, defeat two Helmasaurs, and head 
    through the door to the east.  Defeat the bug hiding in a bubble with a bomb 
    arrow and sword, and head through the locked door.  Jump left and climb the 
    ivy to the top.  Head clockwise up the ramp, defeating any Tektites that 
    ambush you, and open the chest for more bombs.  Climb either ladder and pull 
    the handle to open the gates, filling the room up with water.  
    
    Take the ramp back down (enjoying the water slide) and swim to the middle 
    platform.  Pull another handle to open yet another sluice gate.  Head back 
    left and follow the current through a door.  Follow the current again to a 
    southeast door before the waterwheel and enter it.  Drop through a gap to a 
    sublevel of the cog room.  
    
    Get up on a ledge and jump to a rotating platform.  Ride it north and head 
    through the door there.  Take a right to a chest with a Small Key.  Defeat the 
    Chus that suddenly appear and go back a room.  Ride to the east and through 
    the door there.  Head through the locked door ahead and take the ramp to a 
    watery area.  Use your Iron Boots to sink down, ignoring the jellyfish, and 
    head forward until you come to two tunnels blowing air back and forth.  Take 
    the left to get a red rupee (worth 20) in a chest, then take the right to get 
    bombs.  Head west to find a boulder and use a water bomb to destroy it.  
    
    Head through the opening to find clam enemies.  Block their attacks and use 
    your sword on their tongue.  You'll emerge into a new room.  Take off the Iron 
    Boots and swim to the end to climb out.  Defeat a tadpole that drops from 
    the ceiling, then look up and you'll meet your next mini-boss, a Giant Frog.  
    
    Concentrate on obliterating the melee of tadpoles, then the frog will try to 
    squash you from the ceiling, so roll out of the way of his shadow.  If he hits 
    the floor instead of you, attack his tongue with your sword.  When his mouth 
    is open in a croak, try firing a bomb arrow to stun it again and go crazy on 
    that tongue.  He will then unleash a mob of tadpoles, and you'll repeat the 
    same routine.  After the fight, open the chest for the Clawshot.  An improved 
    cousin of the Hookshot from previous Zelda games, this baby will not only 
    latch onto targets, but will suspend you in mid-air to perform outlandish 
    stunts.  Boo-yah!  
    
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    [Z6.43]
    
                                     *Getting the Big Key*
    
    
    At the south end, use your new gadget on the ceiling target to open the south 
    door.  Head on through.  Now you can easily defeat the Helmasaurs by using your 
    clawshot to steal the metal armour off their backs.  Go forward south, then 
    through the west door in the cog room that follows.  Go forward again, take the 
    stairs up, and look up at the chandelier.  Clawshot one of its surrounding 
    targets to pull yourself up.  Open the chest for a *Heart Piece*.  
    
    Use the clawshot to target and pull yourself to the ivy on the walls to bypass 
    the barriers around the room's perimeter.  Head to the lower west side and 
    clawshot the target on the ceiling here to rotate the now-watery staircase.  
    Follow the current through the west door.  Defeat the Tektite, then slip under 
    the waterwheel when you have a chance and head through the west door.  
    
    Look at the ceiling to see a cog with targets on it.  Look for the target 
    above a ledge with a chest and clawshot it, then lower yourself to the chest 
    and open it for water bombs.  Clawshot to the ivy in the northwest and climb 
    left, dropping to the ledge.  Clawshot to the ivy pillar above you and climb 
    to a ledge.  Look east to find another ledge with more targets.  Clawshot to 
    one of those and open the chest nearby for a red rupee (worth 20).  Clawshot 
    back to the previous ledge and then clawshot to the ivy on the wall of the 
    northwest ledge with a gate and head through the door.  
    
    Head right, defeat another bug in a bubble (clawshot is handy here to pull him 
    out towards you), and head west to spot a stone crystal on the ceiling.  
    Use a bomb arrow to bring it down on a geyser and ride it up.  Jump south over 
    the wall, nab the Tektites, then clawshot a target above the west door and head 
    through it.  Defeat two bugs in bubbles, then clawshot to the ivy on the 
    ceiling.  
    
    Climb west to pass over a fence, then drop on its other side to land in some 
    H20 (fail science?  Water).  Climb the ivy south and head clockwise up the ramp 
    on the west side, defeating Helmasaurs along the way and clawshotting across 
    the gaps to the targets when the water geyser is down.  Defeat the Helmasaur by 
    the bridge, open the chest at the top for bombs, then climb a ladder.  Pull the 
    handle to open the sluice gates to flood this area, then drop down and clawshot 
    the target on the opposite side of the waterfall to pull yourself through it.  
    Open the chest here for the Compass.  
    
    Use the water slide stairs to reach the bottom, then swim to the middle 
    platform and pull the handle there.  Clawshot to the ivy on the ceiling and 
    climb to reach the east end and head through the rightmost door.  Jump off the 
    ledge to the water and sink down with the Iron Boots.  Open the chest below for 
    a red rupee (worth 20).  Use the clawshot to easily defeat the jellyfish.  
    Climb out on the south end and dash under the waterwheel when there's a space 
    and head through the door on this side.  
    
    Head across the cogs, defeat the Lizalfoses, then go southeast and through the 
    door.  Open the chest at right for yet another red rupee (worth 20).  Defeat 
    the Chus here, then go back a room.  Hop to a ledge at right with pots.  Drop 
    off at right, hugging the upper wall to push yourself to a ledge on the east 
    side.  
    
    Use the rotating platforms to reach the cog at west.  Clawshot to a target on 
    the cog to reach the west end and lower yourself down Mission: Impossible 
    style to the west door and head through.  Take the water at left and sink 
    down.  Head right to a cave and at the end, look up and south to a ledge.  
    Swim up to it and use a water bomb on the boulder.  
    
    Enter the new cave and sink down here to find another blocked tunnel at south.  
    Water bomb it and pass through.  Swim up and out to a ledge and through the 
    door.  Defeat the bug in a bubble and clawshot the ceiling target.  Lower 
    yourself while attached to the target through the hole below you to a chest 
    and open it for the Big Key.  
    
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    [Z6.44]
    
                                *Morpheel, Twilit Aquatic*
    
    
    Use the iron boots to sink down and head west through the door.  Swim 
    through the tunnel, go left through another, then emerge, and head back to 
    the cog room.  Clawshot to the target on the west cog and ride it to a 
    platform by the east cog.  Ride it near the east door and land on a 
    platform, then clawshot the ivy under the door.  Climb it up to the door 
    and head through to the central staircase room.  
    
    Just one more heart piece and you're clear to fight the dungeon boss.  
    Head to the lower east side using the clawshot on the ivy and pull the 
    handle there.  Follow the new current to the east door and head through it.  
    Follow the water east to another door.  At the south end is a bridge.  
    Activate the stand-on switch there to open the south gates.  Defeat the 
    Lizalfos that appears and stand on the switch again to open the gates 
    further.  Clawshot to the target behind the gates to fly through before 
    they close.  Open the chest for a *Heart Piece*.  
    
    Clawshot a ceiling target to get over the gate, then head back a room to 
    the central staircase area.  Jump into the water in the middle area (sink
    to the alcove just underwater for a chest with a red rupee, worth 20) and 
    climb to the platform under the staircase to reach the Boss Door.  Once 
    inside, jump in the pit and sink down with the Iron Boots to meet 
    Morpheel, Twilit Aquatic.  This boss is kind of fun, though nowhere near 
    as fun as the next dungeon boss using the Spinner item.  But that's to 
    come later (he he he...bet the suspense is killing you).  
    
    Of course there are two phases to this fight.  First, use the clawshot to 
    L-target and hit the eyeball to bring it in and pummel it with your sword.  
    As for Morpheel's attacks, you can safely ignore the bomb fish as they 
    just distract from the goal.  If you need to avoid an attack, you can 
    remove the iron boots to swim out of range.  Once you've hit the eyeball 
    enough, phase two begins with Morpheel swimming around.  Swim after him 
    sans iron boots (like it's possible to swim with them on!) and try to keep 
    tabs on him by L-targeting the eye on the, ew, back of his head when close.
    Swim without L-targeting (or you'll be swimming in place!) and then once 
    close, L-target & use the clawshot to pull yourself to it and slash away.  
    Avoid his big fat maw that can swallow you up and this phase is pretty 
    doable.  
    
    Once he's finished off, you receive your third and final Fused Shadow and 
    another Heart Container.  Collect those, then use Midna's warp to exit. 
    Save here and watch the cinema as Midna is attacked by her former lord 
    Zant.  The Light Spirit Lanayru will save you both before Zant does you in.  
    
    You're going be a wolf for a little while now, so grin your wolfie grin 
    and bear it.  At least you have awesome piano music and gentle rain to 
    soothe the spirits.  
    
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    [Z6.45]
    
                                   *Midna's Desperation*
    
    
    You're now in Hyrule Field.  Head southwest from here further into the 
    field, then over the bridge and into Castle Town.  You're not invisible to 
    the townsfolk as a wolf, so endure a few screams and shouts and head to the 
    south area to visit Telma's Bar.  You'll be kicked out of the bar (like 
    they'd let a wolf in, sheesh).  
    
    Head down the alley and you'll meet Louise, Telma's cat.  Push the crate at 
    east to the stacked pile by the windows, then climb up and through the 
    window.  You're now under the cover of darkness on the ceiling beams of the 
    bar.  Avoid the pots as noise is not good for hiding.  Use the ropes like you 
    did back at the castle as a wolf (carefully) and listen to the bar patrons' 
    conversations to learn some things. 
    
    To reach the third rope, hug the right wall and move slowly to just nudge 
    the pots out of your way, reach the rope, and cross.  Climb into the opening 
    at the top to emerge in a neighbouring house.  This is Jovani, a Mr. Burns 
    figure of Castle Town lore who lost his soul to greed.  You'll see a ghostly 
    lantern floating about.  That is called a *Poe Soul*.  You may have seen 
    them around before, but now you'll be able to capture them.  Use your 
    Senses to see it in full and fight it to the death.  When it collapses, 
    you'll need to, ugh, tear it apart to capture its soul.  It turns out that 
    this Poe Soul is only a piece of Jovani.  The rest of him is scattered 
    throughout the lands.  Crap.  He tells you to find 20 more, but there are 
    actually 60 in total to completely revive him.  
    
    Head through the opening that appears.  Down the ramp is some watery ground.  
    Climb out and defeat any sewer rats that become too annoying to pass.  Head 
    north and pull the handle there to open the gate and be carried further 
    north.  Defeat two Big Skulltulas and grab a piece of wood near the torches.  
    Light it up and burn the web at north, then head through the opening.  Light 
    three torches in here, then the flaming wood should burn out.  Relight it 
    and climb up to the east to burn another web.  Jump down behind it and head 
    north to a tunnel.  
    
    Defeat the Moblin here and use your Senses to find a digging spot.  Time to 
    get dirty.  Head northeast out of the cave, then east to a staircase you may 
    remember.  Midna is unfortunately conked out, so luckily you can cross the 
    gaps with tightropes now.  Head up the stairs using the ropes.  Avoid 
    fighting the enemies along the way as the stairs are quite narrow and you 
    will likely fall (with much cursing to follow, I'm sure).  
    
    Head through the open door to the north once at the top.  Defeat the Moblins, 
    then head north.  Climb the crate, then the platform at right.  Carefully 
    defeat the Buzzard as the winds pull you southwards.  Head south and wait for 
    the wind to blow a bridge up for you to cross over to another platform 
    further south.  Smash the crates here for a purple rupee (worth 50).  
    
    Go back to the previous platform across the wind-supported bridge and north 
    to a stone platform.  Use the current to boost your jump across the gap with 
    the blowing bridge.  At the far north is a huge gap.  Dash/jump to the 
    rooftop at left and down.  Head north, then west along the roof to an open 
    window.  Inside, jump down and head up the stairs, going counter-clockwise.  
    Head through the door to meet with Zelda again.  
    
    After a cinema, Midna is healed, however you are not.  Press Z and have 
    Midna warp you to North Faron Woods (within Faron Province, of course).  
    Head north, passing by Trill's shop and you'll meet with a monkey who will 
    again be in trouble.  Attack these Deku-like enemies with Midna's newly 
    reinstated charge attack.  
    
    After a chat, head up the ramp the monkey mentioned and perform a Midna 
    jump 3x.  Head north a bit and do another Midna jump 3x.  Head south under 
    the arch and cross when the bridges align properly.  When the second one 
    spins, head east and take the ropes to the south, dodging the swinging 
    branches.  After crossing the ropes, you'll find a *Howling Stone*.  Listen 
    and howl along to the tune as indicated to summon a Golden Wolf for later. 
    The pattern is high/half low/high/half low/middle/high.
    
    Head south into the cave to the legendary Sacred Forest Meadow from Ocarina 
    of Time.  
    
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    [Z6.46]
    
                                  *Sacred Forest Meadow*
    
    
    On the right side is...another Howling Stone?!?  Listen and howl again to
    the pattern (middle/high/low/middle/high/low), however this time you will 
    summon the Skull Kid, a recurring character from OoT and Majora's Mask, 
    preempting a mini-boss fight.  This fight can be super annoying if you get 
    lost.  Defeat the Deku Golems that appear, however they will reappear 
    continuously, so fight them only if they entrap you.  Follow the Skull Kid 
    through the new cave, then go left up a tunnel.  
    
    Listen for the song he plays on his flute (Saria's Song to Zelda veterans).  
    Climb the ledge left to find him, and attack if possible.  Follow the new 
    tunnel to the pool area and head between the waterfalls through another 
    tunnel.  Follow the path through another tunnel to a second pool.  Swim to 
    the waterfall in back and swim through another hidden tunnel.  Climb the 
    platforms behind that and attack the Skull Kid quickly before he runs.  
    
    Now, drop down to the first pool area and another tunnel is opened.  
    You'll spot the Skull Kid atop a stone structure out of reach.  Head 
    through the tunnel at left behind him to a series of ledges.  Climb them, 
    then take a path made of a very long branch.  Follow another tunnel to 
    find the Skull Kid and whack him.  Follow him through a new tunnel that 
    emerges in the stone structure.  Drop down to corner the Skull Kid in a 
    more narrow area.  The second phase begins here with the Skull Kid 
    teleporting a la Wizzrobe (to Zelda veterans) while summoning more 
    annoying Deku Golems.  
    
    Use Midna's charge on the Golems and wait for the Skull Kid to start 
    blowing his horn to summon more Golems to attack.  He gets quicker, so 
    keep attacking when he's about to blow the horn.  Three hits and he's 
    down for the count.  Head through the new opening to reach the outside of 
    the Temple of Time.  
    
    In the center of the field is a Triforce symbol in the grass.  Howl at 
    this point to the tune of Zelda's Lullaby, the same song that summoned 
    the Skull Kid.  This time you summon the Stone Guardians, an interesting 
    puzzle that is very much modeled after classic Zelda puzzles.  You must 
    jump in a certain order to align the statues correctly.  Jump in this 
    order:  left, down, right 2x, up, left, up 2x, left, down 2x, right, and 
    up to open the Pedestal of Time.  
    
    Take the stairs to find an item that's older than dirt.  Press A at the 
    pedestal to remove the Master Sword, restoring yourself to human form.  
    You now possess a cool Shadow Crystal that allows you to change into wolf 
    Link whenever you please.  All you do is press Z to summon Midna (like 
    you do for a warp) and change.  I'll let you know when to change back for 
    certain quests.  Another bonus is that you can essentially warp as human 
    Link, except you'll change into a wolf temporarily, then you can change 
    back immediately.  But enough chit chat, we've got work to do before 
    moving on in the game. 
    
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    [Z6.47]
    
                                      *More Errands...*
     
    
    Have Midna warp you to Castle Town within Lanayru Province and revert back 
    to human form.  Head through the marketplace and out the south exit to 
    Hyrule Field.  On the northwest side after taking the stairs is the Golden 
    Wolf you summoned not too long ago.  Approach him to learn a new hidden 
    skill, the Helm Splitter.  Use the Shield Attack, then press A to leap 
    behind the enemy and attack its back.  It can also shatter weak armour.  
    Awesome move, eh?  
    
    Head back into Castle Town and through the west exit back into Hyrule 
    Field.  On the west side, look north of the path to Lake Hylia for a high 
    ledge with ivy surrounding it.  Clawshot the ivy and climb up to find and 
    capture the *Female Butterfly*.  
    
    Warp to Lake Hylia and revert your form (in fact, do that every time you 
    warp unless otherwise noted).  Head through the southeast cave to 
    Lanayru's Spring.  Staying above water, head west to the end of the path 
    and look south to the ivy.  Clawshot to it and climb up to the top.  Head 
    through the door to the south.  Open the chests for prizes, then light the 
    two torches with your Lantern.  Open the chest that appears for a *Heart 
    Piece*.  Warp to Lake Hylia to get back to the right area.  
    
    Head southwest over the bridge and up the ladder.  To the north is another 
    *Howling Stone*.  Listen and howl to the tune presented to summon yet 
    another Golden Wolf in a far-off place near our next dungeon.  The pattern
    is low/middle/high/low/middle/low/high.  Before you get this next thing, 
    it would be best to visit Coro (by warping to South Faron Woods) and 
    refilling your lantern with oil, and perhaps fill a spare bottle with more 
    in case.  Also, be sure that you have plenty of bombs in stock.  Visit
    the Bomb Shop in Kakariko Village if needed.
    
    Back in Lake Hylia, south of the stone you just used, bomb the boulder 
    and enter the cave.  Salvage as much oil as you can by navigating 
    carefully with the map as a guide.  And yours truly, of course :)  Take 
    the ramp to a torch and light it.  Bomb the north boulder and open the 
    chest for a yellow rupee (worth 10).  Bomb the west boulder for bombs and 
    the east boulder to open up a new tunnel.  Light the torch atop the ramp 
    and nab some more oil from the yellow Chus if you want.  Bomb the west 
    boulder for a red rupee (worth 20), then bomb the east boulder and defeat 
    the Fire Slugs with arrows.  At the end of that tunnel is a *Poe Soul*.  
    Defeat it as a wolf with your senses on to nab it.  
    
    Bomb the east boulder for arrows, then the north boulder for a new tunnel.  
    Take it with the lantern on as you'll come to a big gap.  Carefully cross 
    the narrow plank, then defeat the Tektites.  At the end of this tunnel, 
    shoot the Beamos' red eye with an arrow, then light the east torch to save 
    oil.  Bomb the north boulder for a red rupee (worth 20) and then bomb the 
    west boulder for a new tunnel.  Defeat the yellow Chu for more oil, then 
    light two torches for a chest to appear.  Open it for an orange rupee 
    (worth 100).  Bomb the north boulder, defeat the two Tektites, then collect 
    the red rupee (worth 20) from the chest they guarded.  Bomb the west 
    boulder for a new tunnel and at the end, defeat the Dodongo.  Bomb the east 
    wall, but ignore the light beam that emerges.  It's your ticket out and a 
    nice illumination to return to, but not yet.  
    
    Bomb the north boulder, defeat the two Tektites, and open the chest for 
    bombs.  Bomb the west boulder and take the tunnel, using your lantern light 
    to avoid the pits.  Defeat another Beamos and light the torch.  Bomb the 
    west boulder for a purple rupee (worth 50).  Bomb the south boulder, 
    defeating the Keese, and collect arrows from the chest.  Bomb the north 
    boulder and take the tunnel, using the light to navigate around the open 
    pits.  Light the torch, then use your wolf senses to get the *Poe Soul*.  
    
    Bomb the north boulder to collect another purple rupee (worth 50), then 
    bomb the east boulder and defeat two Tektites to get bombs from that chest.  
    Bomb the south boulder and continue forward.  Defeat two Dodongos, then 
    bomb the north boulder, and use the yellow Chu to refill your oil.  Collect 
    slingshot seeds from the chest, then bomb the east boulder and head down 
    the tunnel.  Bomb the east boulder and defeat the Keese to get an orange 
    rupee (worth 100) from the chest, then bomb the south tunnel and follow it, 
    using lantern light to navigate the gaps.  Defeat the Keese to avoid 
    getting knocked into them.  Defeat the next *Poe Soul*, then light the two 
    torches to get a *Heart Piece* from the chest.  Take the light beam at 
    south to return to Lake Hylia.  
    
    There are five more Poe Souls in Lake Hylia to find, but it must be 
    nighttime to get them.  You can wander around the area, or finish other 
    business and warp back at night.  Either way, head west from the cave we 
    navigated earlier to a stone tower.  There's your next *Poe Soul*.  
    
    Warp to the Lake Hylia portal and from there, head southeast over the 
    bridge, and dash/jump across the platforms to the south plateau to find 
    another *Poe Soul*.  At the far east end of Lake Hylia, you'll find 
    another *Poe Soul* on the south ledge by the grass.  
    
    Pay Fyer 10 rupees to be launched to Falbi's game and pay to play.  These 
    next two souls are found by flying with the cucoo to the right spot.  
    First, float slowly downwards and turn either way to find a ledge down a 
    cliff under Falbi's place.  Look for the Poe's lantern, it's always quite 
    visible.  Land by the *Poe Soul* and nab it.  You can dig here by using 
    your Senses to find the spot and once underground, defeat the clams to 
    collect an orange rupee (worth 100).  
    
    By the way, at this point, your wallet may be full to bursting.  If you
    don't want to have to backtrack and get big rupee prizes when short on
    money, you can visit Kakariko Village now and pay for the bridge/Malo
    Mart franchise fund.  In Malo Mart, you'll be paying 1000 rupees in
    donations eventually, so you can get a head start now.
    
    Back above ground, use the cucoo (unless you lost it) to float back 
    towards Fyer.  Pay him again (scoundrel).  I would save here as this can 
    be difficult.  You may remember seeing a Poe wandering around a tier of 
    the platform where you got a Heart Piece.  This time, float outwards to 
    the platform and try to aim around the second tier from the bottom.  I 
    find it's best to land on the tier above it and CAREFULLY drop to the 
    tier below.  Be very cautious in fighting this *Poe Soul* as you are 
    treading a very narrow ledge.  
    
    Now, to play a very fun mini-game.  Head towards Fyer's place and wait 
    by the Bird Grass for Plumm, a colourful parrot to appear.  As a wolf, 
    talk to him and he'll tell you the rules of the game.  Howl by the Bird 
    Grass, following the notes as prompted, to summon a Buzzard that takes 
    you to Zora's River. Along the way, you'll collect fruit scattered 
    around the area for points (watermelons= 1, oranges= 3, strawberries= 10).  
    The goal is 10 000 points, however there is a great strategy involved in 
    racking up points.  Concentrate on hitting as many strawberries in a row 
    as you can to double your points.  Your prize is a *Heart Piece*.  After 
    that, you can keep playing to beat your high score for a prize of 100 
    rupees.  
    
    Once you arrive at Upper Zora's River, wait until nighttime and head to 
    the south area with a big hill to find a *Poe Soul* atop it.  Warp to 
    Zora's Domain and follow the current to the waterfall.  GERONIMO!  
    Climb out to the east shore and go south up the hill, following it 
    around north to find a *Poe Soul* along the way.  
    
    Now, swim to the west shore and head north, performing several Midna 
    jumps to a ledge behind Niagara Falls there.  Defeat another *Poe Soul* 
    hiding back there. 
    
    Now warp to Kakariko Village.  At night, use a cucoo from the hot spring 
    off the hotel roof to reach the second level of the Bomb Shop and find a 
    *Poe Soul* by the wreckage you made earlier (ah, memories).  Climb the 
    ramp to the northeast and find another *Poe Soul* by the Highest Building.  
    
    Head east on the lower ground to the graveyard.  Push the first gravestone 
    to your right to find another *Poe Soul*.  Another *Poe Soul* lurks about 
    freely in the middle of the area.  Head back to the village and take the 
    east road from the north end to Death Mountain.  
    
    Climb the north path and use the Gorons to be propelled up the cliff.  
    Using the second Goron you find, launch westwards to another ledge and 
    head south from there to find another *Poe Soul*.  Head north, hugging the 
    wall along the narrow ledge to a cave at left.  Open the chest for a *Heart 
    Piece*.  Now have Midna warp you to North Faron Woods.  
    
    Head east to the next area and keep going east to a dock with the purple 
    fog ahead.  Perform a Midna jump 7x to the south end, then head east and 
    drop down.  At the east end, do another Midna jump 4x to a ramp and climb 
    it, then do another Midna jump 3x.  In the tree here is a *Poe Soul* for 
    the taking.  Now warp to Kakariko Gorge, which is actually part of Hyrule 
    Field.  
    
    Head south near the bridge.  Bomb the boulder, heading into a new cave.  
    Defeat any enemies in your way and burn any spider webs blocking your path.  
    Go right 2x, then left 2x at the forks to find a *Poe Soul*.  From here, 
    backtrack to the last fork and go right.  Light the two torches and open 
    the chest for a *Heart Piece*.  
    
    Exit to the field, then head west, then north up the cliff.  You'll find a 
    *Poe Soul* by a tree off the fence.  Now head southwest into Faron Province.  
    North of the pond by the edge of a small cliff is another *Poe Soul*.  Now 
    head northwest to Lake Hylia.  
    
    Take the winding path to the bridge on the south side to spot a *Poe Soul* 
    high up on a cliff.  To beat it, use bomb arrows on the two boulders atop 
    the cliffs to the south.  Clawshot to one target, then the other, and to a 
    third further west on a cliff.  Now you can nab it.  Also, open the chest 
    here for a purple rupee (worth 50).  An orange one (worth 100) is in a cave 
    south of the ledge if you dig in the spot as wolf Link and defeat all 
    enemies inside.  Now warp to Castle Town.  
    
    Head southwest to a stony road with a dead end (looks like an ancient Greek 
    theatre).  On the right side is a *Poe Soul*.  Head north further into the 
    field and to the stone bridge in the middle area.  Defeat the 
    two Lizalfoses surrounding the Poe, then take the *Poe Soul*.  
    
    Head west of the bridge to the edge of the area with three trees and tall 
    grass.  Use your Senses to find a big digging place in the grass and enter 
    the cave underground. Defeat the Deku Babas, then nab the *Poe Soul* (x2) 
    in the open.  Use the light beam to get back outside.  Head northeast 
    through the rocky area to Eldin Province.  
    
    On the cliff at left, clawshot to the target, then head up through a cave.  
    Go south along the platform, defeating any pesky Fire Keese.  Below is a 
    magnetic field.  Run/jump off the platform and equip the Iron Boots with 
    good timing to attach yourself to it.  Drop off the magnetic part sans 
    boots and take the platform north to another magnetic field.  Attach 
    yourself to it again and drop, running back towards the beginning.  Attach 
    to yet another magnetic wall and drop to yet another ledge.  Light the two 
    torches and open the chest for...an orange rupee (worth 100).  That's not 
    quite enough reward for your troubles, so head south, defeat the Dodongo and 
    open the chest near it for a *Heart Piece*.  That's more like it.  Head 
    through the west tunnel to return to the field, then warp to Castle Town.  
    
    Head into the marketplace and out the east exit.  Find another *Poe Soul* on 
    the bridge here.  Return to Castle Town and head through the south exit.  
    Look on the west side of the stairs for a *Poe Soul*.  If you want, head 
    into Castle Town to find a truly cool mini-game.  
    
    Look for a tent in the west end of the market advertising the Star game.  
    Pay 10 rupees to play.  The goal is to use your clawshot to grapple up the 
    wire cage, collecting as many star orbs along the way in the time limit 
    given.  Try to nab 2-3 stars on your first move and consistently as much as 
    you can, using the platforms as leverage.  You have to act quickly and 
    towards the end, you may find yourself nabbing a single star a few times in 
    a row to finish it up.  Get all the stars here to earn the Big Quiver which 
    holds 60 arrows.  You'll return to the game later once you have a bigger, 
    better item.  
    
    Head to the south area of the market and into Jovani's house on the upper
    right side.  Just look for a lot of cats outside and dig under the house as 
    wolf Link.  Speak to Jovani to give him back 20 Poe Souls as promised earlier 
    and you'll receive your fourth and final bottle, which he has filled with 
    Great Fairy Tears.  This is a fine healing item in battle that makes you 
    fully recover and doubles attack power until an enemy hits you.  Now you must 
    find the remaining 32 Poe Souls to revive Jovani completely.  
    
    Head back outside and warp to Kakariko Village.  It must be daytime to 
    enter Malo Mart.  Inside the store is a Goron accepting donations to 
    repair a broken bridge.  You must donate 1000 rupees to repair the bridge.  
    If you need more dough, find Agitha in Castle Town and sell more Golden 
    Bugs, or just scrounge some up from Hyrule Field.  You may want to return 
    to previous areas where you left behind chests of rupees because your 
    wallet was maxed out.  Also, check out the secret 200 rupee stash in 
    Kakariko Village (see the Secrets section).  If you don't have enough now, 
    come back later on.  If you do pay it off, another donation fund will be 
    set up to open a branch of Malo Mart in Castle Town.  The cost is 2000 
    rupees, which even the best Zelda player won't have on him/her now.  The 
    cost is pretty steep, and there is a way to lower the amount, so we'll 
    come back to that one later, as you will also get a rather expensive item 
    from Malo.  
    
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    [Z6.48]
    
                                   *Accessing the Desert*
    
    
    Warp back to Castle Town and head to Telma's Bar in the south area.  Talk to 
    her, then to the three in the back.  Also check the map on the table to find 
    Auru in Lake Hylia.  Outside the bar, warp to Lake Hylia.  
    
    Head to the southwest area where the watch tower is by the Howling Stone.  
    Climb the ladder to the tower and talk to the guy (Auru) to get a Memo.  
    Find Fyer's place and show him the memo to be launched to the Oasis for free.  
    
    After the cinema, you are in the Gerudo Mesa, a desert.  Head to the 
    southwest edge of the map to find a three-tiered platform and a large rock 
    atop it.  Clawshot to the tree, then clawshot to the floating plant to reach 
    the very top of the platform, where you'll engage in battle with Shadow 
    Beings.  Defeat them as usual to form a warp portal, then approach the big 
    rock, and have Midna warp it to Bridge of Eldin (within Eldin Province, duh).  
    
    This will restore Eldin Bridge to its former glory and makes treks across
    Eldin to Lanayru much easier.  Warp back to Gerudo, where you'll find a hole 
    in place of the stone bridge piece.  This is for the Cave of Ordeals, which 
    is best fought towards the end of the game when you are strongest.  Believe 
    me, it's much more worth it later on, so ignore it for now.  I'll return you 
    there later.  
    
    Head east to two parallel trenches.  Search the leftmost one to find the 
    *Female Dayfly* fluttering about.  Use the boomerang to bring it in.  Head 
    east from here, hugging the south wall until you reach a wooden gate.  Head 
    northwest from this point to find the *Male Dayfly*.  
    
    In the northwest area near a Moblin camp, step into the firelight and a Moblin 
    Archer will spot you and engage battle by riding boars (or buffalos).  Defeat 
    the riders and mount a boar to ride it (!).  Ride north, charging forward to 
    bash into fences and such.  Wait for nighttime to come, then you can track 
    down some Poe Souls.  
    
    On a northern cliff a little ways east of the fences is a *Poe Soul*.  
    Clawshot to the tree west of it, then head north to find it.  Just under that 
    spot, use your Senses to find and dig into a hole.  Defeat the *Poe Soul* 
    (x2) in this cave.  Bomb the boulders and light all three torches to get an 
    orange rupee (worth 100).  Use the beam of light to return above ground.  
    
    There are three more Poes lurking about the main desert area.  Warp to the 
    portal here and near the Cave of Ordeals hole is a *Poe Soul*.  Head to the 
    southeast area in a corner by the south wall.  By a big rock is another *Poe 
    Soul*.  If you want an orange rupee (worth 100), use your senses and dig into 
    a cave, defeating a bunch of Big Skulltulas for the reward.  
    
    In the northwest corner is the camp.  Climb the steps north up the cliff (use
    a boar to knock down the fences if necessary) and look west to find the Golden 
    Wolf.  Demonstrate the Helm Splitter to the Warrior to learn the Mortal Draw.  
    This is by far my favourite move.  With your sword tucked away, wait for an 
    enemy to draw near and pull out your sword to deal a blow most mortal.  All 
    right!  
    
    Head west from here and find another *Poe Soul* lurking near the end of the 
    path.  Backtrack to the spot where the Golden Wolf sat and head north into a 
    new area, the base camp.  Head north up to the gate and use your arrows to 
    shoot down any Moblin Archers and sword for ground Moblins.  In the northeast 
    area is a chest with arrows if you need a refill.  
    
    Head west up a sand dune to the barracks.  Defeat more Moblins, including a 
    single Archer atop a tower.  Head north some more, then east, making your way 
    to the northeast corner where they are having a pig roast.  Cut up the porker 
    to earn a *Heart Piece* (with apologies to Babe, Gordy, Porky, and vegetarians 
    everywhere)  Pick up the Small Key dropped by a Moblin you fought.  
    
    Find the locked gate in the south middle of the area and head through to start 
    a re-rematch with King Bulbin.  Now he carries one big @*^& axe.  You however 
    are fighting on foot with the legendary Master Sword.  No contest.  Dodge his 
    charges and use Back Slice or Helm Splitter moves as best you can.  After his 
    third "demise," he sets the camp on fire.  
    
    Mount a boar and ride him north, charging through the gates to make a 
    triumphant exit.  Dismount once safe outside and head back into the now 
    destroyed base camp.  At nighttime, search the wreckage where Bulbin emerged 
    to find a single *Poe Soul*.  Now head back north outside the camp.  
    Head up the stairs to the tall building, the Arbiter's Grounds, which is 
    actually your next dungeon.  
    
    Before entering, look left once up the stairs to find a *Poe Soul* in a small 
    area west of the door.  Also, light two torches on the east side for a purple 
    rupee (worth 50).  Now head inside the dungeon.
    
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                              *Arbiter's Grounds*
    
    
    Items/Weapons:  Spinner, Coral Earring
    Heart Pieces:  4  //  28/45
    Poe Souls:  8  //  44/60
    Golden Bugs:  0  //  22/24
    Empty Bottles:  0  //  4/4
    Howling Stones:  1  //  6/7
    Hidden Skills:  Jump Strike
    
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    [Z6.51]
    
                             *Trudging Through the Quicksand*
    
    
    Head north down the stairs to find a quicksand-filled room.  Try to avoid 
    walking on it.  High up on the west wall, clawshot the target and drop down 
    from there.  Take the ledges to the northwest, quickly crossing the 
    quicksand.  Dash across the sand further north safely across.  Head east 
    from the locked gate to the northeast ledge.  Defeat the Mini-Stalfoses that 
    appear, then use your clawshot to hook onto the handle half-buried in the 
    sand, and pull it to open the gate.  Quickly head north through it.  Drat, 
    a locked door.  
    
    If you need more oil for your lantern, use the pot at right.  Otherwise, 
    head west, slash the boards, and dash/jump/roll across the sinky sand to the 
    chest.  Open it for a Small Key.  Come back east and defeat any Scarabs that 
    attach themselves to you.  Head through the locked door at north.  Use your 
    Lantern to illuminate the room and head north around the quicksand pits.  
    Light the torch left of the barred door to save oil.  Defeat the Mini-
    Stalfoses to clear the room and go around the quicksand pits to the 
    northeast to another torch.  Light it to open the door and head through.  
    
    Ahead in this room, four Poes will appear and steal each of the four flames 
    from the torches.  If you've played Ocarina of Time, this is a recurring 
    activity.  A single Poe remains in this very room.  Use your Senses to find 
    him and wait until he glows blue before fighting it.  Defeating it garners 
    you a *Poe Soul* for your growing collection.  Sniff its corpse (can't be 
    too pleasant) to unlearn Ilia's scent and learn the Poe's scent.  Now it'll 
    be easier to find the others.  
    
    Use your senses now to follow a scent trail east.  Dig in the dirt to 
    unearth a chain and pull on it to reveal stairs leading down.  But first, 
    head northeast to find a chest opposite some quicksand.  Clawshot the target 
    nearby or jump/dash/roll to reach it and open it for a *Heart Piece*.  
    
    Clawshot the target on the east wall by the door to cross back over and head 
    to the northwest area to find a similar set-up with another chest.  Dash/jump 
    across the sand, using the small platforms.  Defeat the Bubbles that hover 
    around here and open the chest for the Dungeon Map.  
    
    Come back to the stairs revealed earlier and head down them, then through 
    the door.  Defeat the Bubble hanging around, then use your senses to follow 
    another scent trail.  But how to reach the ceiling?  Use the pillar in the 
    middle to navigate.  Push the lever counter-clockwise to create an opening to 
    the north.  Defeat the Gibdo that also makes an appearance.  Open the chest 
    for a Small Key.  Now the scent goes through a hole.  
    
    Clawshot the target above it, defeat the Rats, then follow the scent trail 
    north through the door.  Defeat more Bubbles (not as cute as their name, 
    huh?) and use your senses to spot a Poe playing lantern on the west wall.  
    Defeat it when it glows blue, then collect its *Poe Soul*.  Halfway there.  
    
    Head back a room and drop down to the pillar.  Push the lever clockwise 
    back to the way it was before and go through the door west.  Climb the 
    stairs to the original Poe chamber and behind the stairs to the east is a 
    door.  Ahem...go ahead.  Use your senses and follow the scent east through 
    the locked door.  The scent is out of your way again, so go down the stairs 
    and navigate the quicksand using the stepping stones going north, then east
    2x,  avoiding the spikes.  On the ledge as human Link, take the metal box 
    and pull, then push it back into the east slot to reveal stairs.  
    
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    [Z6.52]
    
                                  *Getting the Spinner*
    
    
    Climb the stairs and over to the ledge at east.  Grab the chain on your 
    right, pulling it back over the box, at the same time pulling the 
    chandelier off the ground.  Pull it until it won't budge anymore, then 
    quickly run south under the chandelier before it, ugh, crushes you.  Climb 
    the stairs and follow the Poe's scent, defeating any Bubbles in your way.  
    Behind the statue in this next area, open the chest for the Compass.  
    
    Push the lever on the statue (familiar, no?) counter-clockwise to open up 
    two areas while closing off two others.  Go east and follow the scent.  
    Bash the boards and defeat the Gibdo that appears.  Open the chest for a 
    Small Key, then use it on the locked door to the west.  Head around the 
    corners, carefully avoiding the quicksand pits.  Defeat the melee of 
    enemies that comes your way, then follow the scent that leads into the 
    floor.  Dig at the spot to uncover a chain and pull it back to open up 
    the south wall.  Aha!  Defeat the Poe here and collect the *Poe Soul*.  
    
    Head north through the door and open the chest to the south for another 
    Small Key.  Use your Senses to see that a bunch of Undead Rats are 
    hanging around, possibly attached to you.  Use Midna's spin attack to 
    beat them.  Climb the stairs to the east and go counter-clockwise along 
    the north over the gap and through the locked door at west.  Jump out to 
    the chandelier and off the west side to the balcony.  Follow the scent 
    through the door.  
    
    Head down the stairs at right and to the pit at the bottom.  Push the 
    box/cage forward into a ditch.  Open the chest at right for a red rupee 
    (worth 20), then climb the cage.  At right is a chain that once again 
    controls the chandelier's position.  Pull it back as far as possible, 
    then quickly run south past it to get another red rupee (worth 20) from 
    the chest.  On the east wall, clawshot the target above the door, but 
    don't go through it.  
    
    Head down the hallway at north, over the cage again, grab the chain, 
    pulling it back as far as possible, then carefully run and stand in the 
    middle of the chandelier (no, really!) to have it crash safely around you, 
    Buster Keaton style.  It's tricky, but look for a little indented space in 
    the path that indicates where to stand.  Climb onto the chandelier now and 
    jump west, heading through the door.  
    
    Smash the boards ahead and in the room, fight the Stalfos.  Be sure to 
    bomb its remains so it doesn't resurrect itself.  After the fight, collect 
    some prizes from the pots and chests, then head through the newly unsealed 
    door at south.  Head south to a big quicksand pit and a statue.  Dash/jump 
    across the sand to the south platform.  Now you need to light two lantern 
    torches to open the next door.  Light the torch in front of the others and 
    the leftmost one, then head through the east door.  
    
    In the room following that, use your senses to spy another Poe playing 
    lantern.  This time, it's personal (dum, da, dum, dum, duuuuum!)  A mini-
    boss fight ensues.  This fight is exactly like in Ocarina of Time.  The Poe 
    splits into four versions, one being real, the others fake.  Wait until 
    they stop spinning around you and just before they (it?) attacks, look for 
    the Poe that glows blue (swinging the C-stick camera angle easily spots it) 
    and attack it.  Once it's down, collect its *Poe Soul*, then head north 
    through the door.  
    
    Clawshot to the target on the east wall above a door, then enter it.  Now 
    all four flames are recovered in the chamber.  Yay!  Head through the new 
    tunnel at north.  Defeat the Bubbles here, then head through the east door.  
    Drop down, defeat more Bubbles, then take a look at the familiar pillar 
    with the lever.  This time it's more complicated.  
    
    Push the lever until you rise two levels above the default (which is here 
    and now).  Head through the west tunnel to the chest and open it for a 
    Small Key.  Back at the pillar, push the lever to drop down as far as you 
    can and head through the locked door at south.  Head forward and use your 
    senses to defeat the Undead Rats and watch out for the spikes that appear 
    south.  Head west across the sand, then dash/jump south across more sand.  
    
    Turn west and head that way, then south, defeating the enemies in the 
    right area.  A stone wall blocks the southern area.  Head around to the 
    southeast side along the east wall, then south to a chain.  Pull it back 
    as far as possible to move the stone wall (Goron Mines, anyone?).  Run 
    back south over the sand and through the tunnel, avoiding the spikes.  
    Dash/jump across more sand and defeat the Scarabs with a spin attack.  
    
    To the southwest, smash the pots to find Oocoo (a bit late, isn't it?).  
    Head through the door north of her (yes, she's a girl).  Defeat the 
    Scarabs here, then head north across the sand, wary of the rotating 
    spiked thing.  Head north into a larger area and defeat the two Stalfos 
    Warriors that appear.  Bomb arrows are very effective.  Again, bomb 
    their remains to avoid a rising if you fight them without bomb arrows.  
    
    East of them, dash/jump across the sand and defeat another Stalfos Warrior.  
    Once he's gone, a gate to the east opens.  Head back south where the rotating 
    spiked thing is, then east through the tunnel, clawshotting the targets to
    reach sinky platforms in the sand.  Spin attack the Scarabs to get them off 
    and once at the far north end, jump across to the stairs and up through the 
    north door.  
    
    Cut a rope that holds a sword in place to engage in another mini-boss fight 
    with the Undead Prisoner, a.k.a. one big Stalfos.  You must be wolf Link 
    and use your senses to see him (after all, he's dead).  When he goes to 
    attack, dodge it and his sword will (*giggle*) get caught in the ground.  
    When he glows blue, attack with malice.  Of course, that is only phase one.  
    
    After that, he becomes more alive (if that's even possible), so turn back 
    to human Link and use arrows to attack while dodging his own projectile 
    attacks.  Once you hit him, he spins around, so dodge that until the sword 
    again gets stuck in the ground.  Attack with your sword like there's no 
    tomorrow, then rinse and repeat.  Yeah, okay, enough cliches already.  
    
    After the fight, head through the north gate and up the stairs below you.  
    Open the chest for the awesome Spinner.  This baby is COOOOOOL!  Imagine a 
    snowboard, skateboard, UFO, and egg beater in one.  Groovy.  You may have 
    noticed in a particular area of Hyrule Field a dotted track line across the 
    rocky cliff.  The same lines appear here.  This prompts you to use the 
    Spinner to cross large gaps and gain what Mel Brooks calls ludicrous speed.  
    Like any good snowboard (or UFO), this takes practice.  The idea is to jump 
    towards the track, take out the Spinner in mid-air, ride it, jump to the 
    other track to avoid collisions with enemies or objects, and press the same 
    button to get off as you do to get on.  
    
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                                  *Getting the Big Key*
    
    
    Notice the dotted track line on the right wall.  Consider this the 
    beginner's track.  Follow either track line to the south door and head 
    through.  Ride the track at right around the corner, jump to the left track 
    to the door at west, then head through it.  
    
    This is a more difficult course.  Ride the track to the right to the end 
    over the quicksand, then left to another track, jumping right, then left, 
    then right again onto a fourth track.  Jump left to a circular track which 
    ultimately drops you off into a pit.  Defeat the Stalfos Knight, then 
    climb the ramp to the east.  Open the chest at the top for a *Heart Piece*.  
    
    Behind the chest, follow the track.  Right after the spinning spikes is a 
    ledge to drop off safely on.  Another track at left takes you west.  
    Jump right to another track that drops you off in another pit.  Stand on 
    the platform in the middle and ride the track circling the pit up towards 
    the top, then off the edge into the north end.  Get off and head east, 
    defeat two Stalfos Warriors.  Open the chest for a yellow rupee (worth 10).  
    Some reward for all that.  
    
    Ride the track along the north wall west and drop off at the top of the 
    ramp.  Climb up to a second ramp and at the top are two parallel tracks 
    with spike barriers on both ends.  Ride them and jump between the spikes 
    to the end and through the door.  Open the chest ahead for the Big Key.  
    
    Use a track to cross east into a previous room. In the middle is a hole.  
    Stand in it and use the spinner's egg beater move with A to rotate the 
    wall.  Head north into a new room with a tall structure in the middle.  
    Ride the surrounding wall track line counter-clockwise starting right to 
    the very top balcony to collect a fairy for the upcoming boss fight.  
    
    Race back down to the east side at the broken stairs, then roll/jump 
    towards the structure's ledge, grabbing the end that sticks out.  Use 
    the spinner again in the hole atop it to reveal a new track.  Ride it up 
    to the Boss Door and enter.  
    
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    [Z6.54]
    
                               *Stallord, Twilit Fossil*
    
    
    Time for the ultimate boss fight.  This is by far one of my favourite boss 
    fights from any Zelda game.  Stallord, Twilit Fossil, is a dinosaur-like 
    being, and you'll be riding the Spinner a lot while fighting him.  At the 
    bottom of the ramp, get on the track and build speed as you ride along 
    the lower perimeter, avoiding spikes.  Once you're going at a fair clip, 
    hop off and hit the spine buried in the sand.  Once close, press A to 
    attack with the Spinner.  He sets up Skeletons that act as bumper cars, 
    which you should defeat with A to clear a path to the spine.  Avoid 
    Stallord's toxic gas attack and get a fast momentum on the spinner, aiming 
    again for and attacking the spine.  Three hits later and you enter the 
    second phase.  
    
    This one is the best, making up for the tougher first phase.  Use the hole 
    slot to do the egg beater move with A and create a massive tower.  Ride the 
    track along the tower and avoid his fireball attack, jumping to the 
    parallel track on the wall.  Once close, jump out and strike the head
    to down him, then attack with your sword on the ground.  After a couple 
    of hits, spike barriers will appear, so dodge them as you did earlier.
    Once he starts spitting out fireballs, the spikes disappear.  Repeat the 
    same tactics to defeat the boss, receiving a Heart Container.  No Midna 
    warp portal this time...
    
    Head through the new door to the Mirror of Twilight.  Save upon approach.  
    Head left up the stairs to a tunnel at left, then clockwise to a statue.  
    Approach the track and fight the five Shadow Beings that appear.  Defeat 
    three individually, then use Midna's charge attack or your own spin attack 
    on the last two to beat them simultaneously.  A warp portal is created 
    here.  
    
    Ride the track around the statue to the top, then use the hole slot to 
    open the Mirror of Twilight.  After a cinema, a new quest is established: 
    to repair the mirror by collecting shards.  Before moving on to the next 
    dungeon (an unconventional one, I might add), you can collect some goodies 
    with your nifty new item.  
    
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    [Z6.55]
    
                                  *Even More Errands*
    
    
    Warp to Castle Town and head west further into the field.  At the very 
    north end is a spinner track that leads south.  Ride the two tracks, then 
    you'll reach a bunch of parallel tracks that you must jump back and forth 
    between about 8x.  Luckily, you won't lose any health for failing, as long 
    as you're not too high above the ground on a fall.  At the end of the 
    tracks, jump out to the ledge with a chest and open it for a *Heart Piece*.  
    
    Warp to the Bridge of Eldin (which should be uncovered if you warped the 
    missing piece of bridge from Gerudo Mesa).  Head north of the bridge into 
    Lanayru Province and approach the wooden bridge.  Defeat the Moblins, then 
    look west just past the bridge to spot a spinner track.  Ride it to the end, 
    then use your wolf senses to find a digging place in the grass and dig into 
    the cave underground.  Use Bomb Arrows to defeat three Stalfos enemies, then 
    open the chest that appears for a *Heart Piece*.  
    
    Warp back to Castle Town and head into the market.  Go to Telma's Bar in the 
    south area and talk to her.  She directs you to Ashei.  Check the map in the 
    back to learn her location within Zora's Domain.  Warp there and head south 
    to the waterfall.  At the top, turn back into human Link and jump to the 
    bottom, climbing out at the west shore.  A formerly frozen tunnel has been 
    uncovered for you, so enter it.  Head forward to start a short cinema with 
    Ashei, who will give you a Sketch.  Head back out to Zora's Domain.  
    
    Show the sketch to the Zora standing by the tunnel to identify the fish in 
    the drawing as a Reekfish.  We need to find the Zora prince from Kakariko 
    Village.  Warp there and head east to the graveyard.  
    
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    [Z6.56]
    
                                  *Climbing Up Snowpeak*
    
    
    At the back of the area, find him by his father's grave and show him the 
    sketch to earn the Coral Earring, which acts as a fishing hook to nab this 
    particularly stinky fish.  
    
    Warp back to Zora's Domain and head down the waterfall.  Climb out on the 
    east shore and look for the rock formations (named Mother and Child after 
    the island from Wind Waker).  Use your Fishing Rod with the Coral Earring 
    attached to fish by the rocks and nab a Reekfish.  Use your wolf Senses to 
    unlearn the Poe scent and learn the Reekfish scent.  
    
    Head through the tunnel at west to Snowpeak.  Hope it's nighttime, as 
    there are several Poe Souls coming up.  Use your senses here to see the 
    Reekfish scent trail.  This time, the scent is not easy to follow.  Follow 
    the icy platforms over the lake, avoiding a spill into it.  Climb the 
    snowbank and ignore the White Wolfos enemies that appear.  West of the 
    first snowdrift, head south to find and capture a *Poe Soul*.  
    
    Follow the scent trail back and west up to a cliff.  Head left to reach 
    the top, then keep going left against the scent to find another *Poe Soul* 
    near a tree at the far end.  Head back right and follow the scent to 
    another cliff.  At north is a small platform with trees.  Jump down to it 
    and at the southern tree is another *Poe Soul*, the last in this area.  
    
    Follow the scent back to the cliff and go left to rejoin it at the top.  
    Keep right with the scent to reach another wall and bang into it to create 
    a ramp from a snowdrift.  Follow the trail to a *Howling Stone*.  Listen 
    and howl along as noted to summon the Golden Wolf for later.  The pattern
    is high/half middle/low/middle hold/low/high/half middle/low.
    
    South of the stone, follow the scent left to a wall, then dig under it.  
    Head west up a ladder and across the ledges, avoiding or fighting the Ice 
    Keese.  Climb the ivy and head through the door.  Follow the scent trail 
    until you reach three Shadow Beings.  Defeat them as usual to earn the 
    warp portal for Snowpeak.  Approach the big guy as human Link to meet Yeto.  
    
    He will direct you towards the dungeon (home to him) and will snowboard 
    down the mountain.  Before following him, it is possible to meet the Golden 
    Wolf first, then return here since you have the warp point.  Warp to 
    Kakariko Village and head east to the graveyard.  On the east end, approach 
    the Golden Wolf.  Demonstrate the Mortal Draw to learn the Jump Strike.  L-
    target an enemy and hold A to charge up a jump attack and strike multiple 
    grouped enemies.  After that, warp back to Snowpeak Top.  
    
    Head up the ramp and bang into the tree at the top to create a makeshift 
    snowboard out of ice as Yeto did.  Jump on it to start a cool (groan) ride.  
    Use the control stick to speed up or slow down and hold A to crouch, then 
    release to jump.  Follow the map, jumping a gap, then across the wooden 
    bridge.  Slow up on the next two jumps after the  )  shape on the map.  
    Look for a shortcut path at left to be used later on as well.  You'll 
    finally arrive at Yeto's house, also known as the Snowpeak Ruins, the next 
    dungeon.  
    
    Before entering, head back south to a hill and climb it to the top to find 
    a *Poe Soul*.  Make sure it's night and be careful not to fall off the 
    cliff.  After that escapade, head inside the dungeon/house.
    
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                               *Snowpeak Ruins*
    
    
    Items/Weapons:  Ball & Chain, Giant Wallet
    Heart Pieces:  6  //  34/45
    Poe Souls:  7  //  51/60
    Golden Bugs:  2  //  24/24
    Empty Bottles:  0  //  4/4
    Howling Stones:  0  //  6/7
    Hidden Skills:  None
    
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    [Z6.61]
    
                                   *Scatterbrained Yeta*
    
    
    Head north and nab the *Poe Soul* in the middle area.  Take the north door 
    ahead.  Talk to Yeta, Yeto's wife, sitting by the fire to learn that a 
    Mirror Shard is in the house somewhere and she will mark its location on 
    the Dungeon/House Map she gives you.  Head through the east door to the 
    kitchen and scoop up Yeto's soup in a bottle if you're low on recovery 
    items.  Unfortunately, it's pretty bland right now, but we'll improve it 
    along the way.  Smash the pots at the south end to find Oocoo, then head 
    through the northeast door.  
    
    Now for a block sliding puzzle, a Zelda game tradition.  Push the southwest 
    block east, then the northeast block west, south, east, south to open the 
    west door.  Head on through.  A block of ice bars you from continuing to the 
    key.  As wolf Link, use your senses to find a digging spot on the west end 
    of the hall.  You'll arrive in the courtyard just outside.  
    
    Defeat three White Wolfos enemies that appear and open the chest to the 
    south for a red rupee (worth 20).  Dig at the burial spot to the north to 
    uncover a chest and open it for a Small Key.  Head through the east door, 
    then north to the Freezards.  Avoid them as they will (duh) freeze you upon 
    impact.  Use your Shield to bounce them away and approach them carefully, 
    using your sword to shatter them.  Head through the north locked door.  
    
    Unseal the next door by defeating the three Freezards here, then head 
    through the northeast door to the study.  Approach the door to the chest 
    and two Ice Warriors make your acquaintance.  These guys are tough as nails.  
    Use your shield to block their ice attacks and go wild with fury once you 
    get close enough with Jump Strikes.  Head through the south door that 
    unlocks.  Open the chest here for an Ordon Pumpkin and no key.  
    
    Head through the southwest door.  Climb the pile of boxes, jumping south to 
    the block puzzle room and go south back to the kitchen.  Talk to Yeto to 
    give him the pumpkin to add it to the recipe.  
    
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    [Z6.62]
    
                               *Getting the Ball-and-Chain*
    
    
    Scoop up some soup if you want, then head west back to Yeta.  Talk to her 
    to get another mark on your map.  Could it be this easy?  Don't be too 
    naive...Head through the northwest door.  Defeat the three White Wolfoses 
    and avoid the big Freezard at the north end.  Check out the cannon.  
    Awesome.  Head northwest and through the window, then through the door.  
    
    Defeat the Freezards while heading towards the north end.  Pick up the 
    cannonball and put it in the cannon.  Push it to face south using the 
    handles on its side.  Place a bomb in its back to fire it and shatter the 
    icy walls at south.  Head through the door on that end.  This room is very 
    hazardous, so watch your step.  Tiptoe along the beams to the southwest 
    and use your clawshot to defeat the Freezards and Ice Keese from a 
    distance.  From the southwest corner, head east, then slide down an icy
    part south.  Turn east, jump two beams, then turn west for the red rupee
    chest.  Then sneak around the pillar to the Compass chest.  
    
    Go back a room, then out the east door and through the window back 
    outside.  Defeat those pesky White Wolfoses again, then use your Senses to 
    find a digging place in the northwest.  Do that to uncover a chest with a 
    Small Key.  Unlock the gate to the west and head on through.  Grab the 
    wall handle to pull it down and lower a horseshoe-shaped object.  Place a 
    cannonball inside it, then head back out the gate.  Pull the handle east 
    of the gate to roll the cannonball outside.  Put it inside the cannon, 
    push it to face the big Freezard at north, and fire it off with a bomb.  
    
    Head through the new door at north.  Head north to engage battle with a 
    mini-boss, an Armoured Lizard.  This boss is really tough due to the 
    narrow room and his massive body.  You'll need to move around a lot to 
    avoid his ball-and-chain attack.  Sidestep or backflip to avoid this 
    attack, stalling the enemy.  Get behind it and slash the tail.  Also, 
    check out the Secrets section for another strategy that was e-mailed to 
    me.  You will earn the Ball and Chain item.  
    
    Head through the door north to a storage room.  This new item is pretty 
    useful in this dungeon.  Use it to destroy the ice blocks north and open 
    the chest for the Ordon Goat Cheese.  Geez, Louise, not goat cheese!  
    Destroy the armory with your B&C (like my shorthand?) for an 
    Orange Rupee, then head back south 2x to the courtyard and through the 
    south door, then the east door to the kitchen.  
    
    Give Yeto the cheese for the soup, collecting some if you want, then 
    talk to Yeta in the last room to open another door.  Guess it's up to 
    you to find the Shard.  
    
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    [Z6.63]
    
                                   *Getting the Big Key*
    
    
    First, some side chores.  Now that you have the B&C, head south from Yeta 
    to the main hall.  Destroy the armory near the front door (two hits each) 
    to get rupees and a *Poe Soul*.  Head forward to Yeta and then west to an 
    aviary.  Head through the north door from here.  Push the block forward, 
    then head back a room.  
    
    Use the B&C to destroy the ice in the southwest, opening up a ramp.  Climb 
    it halfway, then L-target the Freezard near the top and use the B&C on it 
    2x to destroy it.  Further up, repeat the process on another Freezard.  
    Atop the ramp, destroy the ice blocking a cannon, then head through the 
    north door.  
    
    Defeat the Ice Warrior, the B&C being an optional (slower) weapon.  L-
    target the chandelier and hit it with the B&C to rock it.  Ride it to the 
    other side of the room and open the chest for a Small Key.  Rock the 
    chandelier again and take it back over and head back a room.  At the south 
    end past the broken wall, bomb the cracked floor and drop through the hole.  
    Open the chest for a *Heart Piece*.  
    
    Clawshot the target above to come back through it, then head east through 
    the locked door.  Smash the ice to the left with the B&C to reveal a 
    target.  This is your insurance policy in case you fall doing the next 
    step.  If you do, go up the west stairs and clawshot the target to get 
    back up.  Anyway, head to the east ledge to find another chandelier and 
    rock it with the B&C, jumping east to the opposite end.  Defeat the Ice 
    Warrior, then get back on the chandelier.  When it stops moving, look 
    south and use the B&C on the next chandelier, jumping to it.  Do that 
    again for the next chandelier, avoiding/defeating Ice Keese, roll & jump 
    (without using the B&C) to the last chandelier, then use the B&C against
    the ledge ahead to just reach it and get a *Heart Piece* from the chest.  
    
    Jump back to the first chandelier, then east and through the door.  Defeat 
    the Freezards with your B&C, then destroy the ice on the east wall.  Nab 
    the *Poe Soul* that emerges.  Head through the north door and head right to 
    a block.  Push it along the frozen floor where it falls down.  Drop to the 
    bottom area to a newly revamped block puzzle (same room as the first one).  
    
    Destroy the two ice blocks with the B&C to create a new block and a new 
    switch.  Now you have three blocks to work with.  Here are my written 
    instructions and for more visual help, see my step-by-step ASCII diagram 
    solutions under Mini-Games.  One block is on the old switch now (let's call 
    it A), the block right of it is B, and the new block you uncovered is C.  
    Push A north, then C south, east, north to meet A.  Push A west, south, 
    east, north to hit the switch.  Climb the blocks at north and head south 
    along the broken path through the new door at west.  Defeat the Ice Warriors 
    with your B&C, then carefully navigate the wall north to the hole in the 
    wall.  Clawshot to the target on the high wall and drop down, heading 
    through the east door.  Destroy the ice block at left to uncover a target.  
    
    Again, this is insurance if you fall.  Look east and rock the chandelier 
    with your B&C.  Jump on and wait for it to stop.  At south, rock and ride 
    another chandelier to the south ledge and open the chest for a Small Key.  
    Head through the nearby door.  Climb up to the upper south side and 
    through the south door.  Defeat the ever-annoying Freezards and head 
    through the west locked door.  Defeat two more big Freezards, then hit the
    big ice blocks at west (though you may have broken them in battle).  Push 
    them both forward, then head through the north door opposite the fireplace. 
    
    Smash the ice block at left for another target, then jump over the gap by 
    it.  Head north around the corner and jump off into a new room.  Carry a 
    cannonball to the south end.  Pull the wall handle, then drop the ball in 
    it.  Head through the south door and pull the handle at right to get the 
    cannonball.  Carry it up the ramp all the way to the top and drop it the 
    cannon.  Direct the cannon to point east and use a bomb to fire it through 
    the opening.  
    
    Head east and up to the opening.  Pick up the cannonball and place it in 
    the handle's transfer slot.  Head north through the door and pull the 
    handle at right.  Carry the cannonball north to a cannon, place it inside, 
    point the cannon northwest, then fire it to destroy a big Freezard.  Drop 
    down to the courtyard, head through the west gate, climb the ladder, and 
    head through the west door to a chapel.  
    
    Head north and defeat the Ice Warriors kamikaze-style (in a church no 
    less!).  Defeating the enemies opens the doors.  Head through the north 
    one and open the chest for the Big Key, disguised as a bedroom key.  
    
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    [Z6.64]
    
                                *Blizzeta, Twilit Ice Mass*
    
    
    Head back outside to find Yeta and follow her left up the ramp.  She's 
    super-slow, so go ahead and open the locked door at the top.  Watch the 
    cinema and Yeta will transform into Blizzeta, Twilit Ice Mass.  And she 
    seemed so innocent...This boss fight is pretty fun, reminds me of Jahalla 
    in Wind Waker.  Anyway, she will first slide around as a big ice mass 
    trying to squash you, so use the B&C while L-targeting to shrink her down.  
    If she unleashes any Freezards, try to ignore them and focus on her, 
    attacking with the B&C.  
    
    About eight hits later, she transforms into the second phase where she 
    hovers on the ceiling and tries to land on your face.  Avoid the series of 
    ice masses that fall around you, watching their shadows on the ice.  Destroy
    some with the B&C to create a gap.  In the second wave, look for the gap in 
    the pattern of ice masses, stand there & use the B&C to clearly L-target her 
    (in the middle) and attack with the B&C.
    
    After the battle, Yeta recovers and you receive a Mirror Shard and Heart 
    Container.  Use Midna's warp and save.  
    
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    [Z6.65]
    
                                *Errands, Errands Everywhere!*
    
    
    While still atop Snowpeak, warp to the portal and head northeast through a 
    cave.  Near the east side are two ice blocks.  Use the B&C to destroy them 
    and uncover a *Poe Soul*.  Light both torches to get an orange rupee, then 
    warp to Castle Town.  
    
    Head north further into Hyrule Field and to the north cliff with a path 
    through it.  Take the south path at the fork around the cliff to the east 
    side (on the map, it's the northwest part) where you previously got a
    Golden Bug to a boulder blocking a cave.  Bomb it and enter.  This is a
    hidden mini-game.  Use the B&C to destroy the ice block ahead and enter a 
    more complicated game of block sliding.  
    
    You'll go through three puzzles, each of which has a frozen floor with 
    three blocks and a switch as your goal.  Here are my written instructions, 
    and my step-by-step ASCII diagrams are under Mini-Games.  A is to the 
    southwest, B at southeast, and C at northwest.  Push C south to meet A, 
    then push B north to the corner.  Push A east, north, west, then south to 
    meet C.  Push C east, then B south, then A east onto the switch.  
    
    Head north to the second puzzle.  A is southwest, B is southeast, and C is 
    northwest.  Push B north, then C south, then east.  Push B west, south, 
    east, then C north, west, south, and east onto a switch.  In an added 
    twist, there is a second switch to hit.  Push A north, east, south to the 
    second switch, then head forward to the third and last puzzle.  
    
    This one takes a while to do (20 positions).  A is southwest, B is 
    southeast, and C is northwest.  Push A north, B west, then north, and C 
    east.  Push B east, then north, and A east.  Push C, west, south, then 
    east.  Push B north, west, south, east, then north.  Push A west, then 
    (finally) C west, north, and east on the switch.  Open the chest at the 
    far north end for a well-deserved *Heart Piece*.  Whew!  
    
    Warp to Kakariko Village.  Pop quiz, hotshot.  You did pay 1000 rupees to 
    repair the bridge by now, right?  If you haven't doled out 2000 rupees 
    for the next donation box, have no fear (you shouldn't have anyway).  You 
    can perform a small favour to lower the donation cost.  
    
    Outside Malo Mart, talk to the elder Goron who asks you to check on another 
    Goron off Castle Town in Hyrule Field.  Warp to Castle Town and head out 
    the east gate from the market.  Go further east into the next area where a 
    Goron sits on the newly repaired bridge.  Talk to him, then warp back to 
    Kakariko Village and talk to the elder Goron again to bring a jug of Hot 
    Spring Water to the tired Goron.  You'll have to carry it on foot as you start 
    in the field.  
    
    Carry it west all the way to the bridge with the Goron, avoiding the Leevers 
    and other enemies that appear in the field.  Stay to the far left of the field 
    as you cross it, walking right along the ledge. Doing this, none of the 
    enemies should be a problem to outmaneuvre and it's quite easy.  L-Target the 
    Goron and toss the water on him to revive him.  If you fail (either by getting 
    hit or taking too long to reach him), return to Kakariko and talk to the elder 
    Goron again.  Succeed and you win a *Heart Piece*.  A Hot Spring Water shop 
    opens in Castle Town and the donation amount at Malo Mart lowers to 200 
    rupees.  
    
    Head back to Kakariko and donate that exact amount to the Goron inside the 
    shop.  Pretty soon a branch of Malo Mart will open in Castle Town and you'll 
    get your new item.  For now, head to Castle Town and in the south area, 
    return to Telma's Bar.  Speak with her to learn that Rusl is exploring Faron
    Woods.  Check the map on the table for his location.  Around this time, 
    you'll be invited via postal mail to visit Yeto and Yeta on Snowpeak, so warp 
    there to find them at west.  
    
    Talk to them to begin a very fun snowboarding mini-game.  First you'll race 
    Yeto.  Use the makeshift snowboard as you did before.  It's not too hard to 
    win, just follow your map like you did to get to the Ruins earlier.  Beating 
    Yeta in the second match however is tougher.  
    
    Warp back to Snowpeak Top for the rematch.  You'll need to follow her most of 
    the way and notice she leaps onto that shortcut plane at left about halfway 
    down the course.  Collect the rupees and avoid the trees to possibly pass her 
    by (or at least get close).  Keep on taking the shortcut even when she jumps 
    off, then slow down to drop to the lower ground.  Try to stay somewhat 
    close to the right side as landing fast can make Link awkwardly hug the 
    left and crash.  Continue to the end and eventually you'll win.  You 
    receive a *Heart Piece* as a prize.  
    
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                             *Accessing the Temple of Time*
    
    
    Warp to North Faron Woods.  Head west of the winding ramp to the Forest 
    Temple to find Rusl.  Use the Golden Cucco that appears to cross two 
    platforms north, then southwest through a tunnel to a wider gap.  Use the 
    boomerang to rotate the pinwheel on the bridge, then fly with the cucco to 
    it.  Activate the pinwheel on your own bridge to continue east.  
    
    Look south, jump two gaps, dodging the swinging tree limbs to reach the 
    Sacred Grove.  In case you forgot, you've already used the Howling Stone if 
    you followed my walkthrough.  Head south into the cave.  Another fight with 
    the Skull Kid ensues.  Drag.  This time you're human, so the fight is a bit 
    quicker.  
    
    Follow his lantern to spot him and use your arrows when he's out of reach.  
    For starters, go through the cave ahead and then through the first one on 
    your left.  Find him behind the tree on a ledge and nab him.  Head through 
    the left cave, then right through another.  Go ahead through the cave 
    in front (slightly left), then left through the cave.  The Skull Kid is 
    standing on a stump straight ahead.  Fire an arrow at him to continue.  
    
    Go through the far left cave twice in a row, then through another straight 
    (slightly left), then left 2x through the caves.  Go between the split 
    waterfall to find two caves.  Go through the rightmost one, then through the 
    one on the left.  Go left 2x, then climb the platforms.  Look up and right, 
    then fire an arrow at the dancing devil.  Grrr...annoying!  
    
    Follow the tree up through the cave, then drop down, head forward, and drop 
    down again for the second phase of the fight.  Fight the Golems and fire 
    arrows at the Skull Kid whenever you can. That's pretty much all there is to 
    it.  After the fight, follow the path to a new area, the Temple of Time.  
    
    Take the ramp to a stone block at right.  Push it off the ledge, then drop 
    off to the balcony.  Drop down the hole there and head towards the opening.  
    Above it is the *Male Snail*.  Use your boomerang to bring it down and 
    collect it.  Just one more Golden Bug to find.  Head north now to the 
    pedestal and, making sure it's selected in the Start status menu, insert 
    the Master Sword back in its slot.  After a short cinema, defeat the 5 
    Shadow Beings that appear down the stairs to create a new warp portal.  
    Return to the stone block, climbing up to the ledge above.  
    
    The statue sitting there before has disappeared, so take the door to be 
    warped to the ancient Temple of Time.  Head down the stairs and right of 
    the staircase is the *Female Snail* on the wall.  Hurrah!  
    
    Warp to Castle Town and give Agitha the last of your Golden Bugs to receive 
    the Giant Wallet that holds a maximum of 1000 rupees.  Warp back to the 
    Sacred Grove within Faron Province.  
    
    Now to find some Poe Souls.  At the top of the stairs north of the warp 
    portal (around the right corner) is a *Poe Soul*.  Head back west to the 
    Sacred Meadow where the Skull Kid was.  Bomb the stone boulder in the middle 
    and nab the *Poe Soul* that appears.  Use your senses and dig underground 
    where the boulder sat.  Defeat the Deku Babas in the cave below to receive a 
    *Heart Piece*.  
    
    Back outside, climb the ivy to reach the maze and at the end of the tunnel 
    behind the waterfall, climb up and nab the *Poe Soul* on the platform above 
    the tunnel.  Head back to the Sacred Grove (warp there if lost or lazy).  
    Enter the magic door on the south side to be returned to the Temple of yore.  
    Head north and insert the Master Sword in the pedestal to create a magic 
    staircase.  You'll also meet up with Oocoo and a small companion.  Who 
    knows how they got in here?  
    
    Climb the stairs and head through the door into the next dungeon.
    
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                               *Temple of Time*
    
    
    Items/Weapons:  Dominion Rod, Magic Armour, Horse Call
    Heart Pieces:  6  //  40/45
    Poe Souls:  4  //  55/60
    Golden Bugs:  0  //  24/24
    Empty Bottles:  0  //  4/4
    Howling Stones:  1  //  7/7
    Hidden Skills:  Great Spin
    
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    [Z6.71]
    
                                *Traversing the Temple*
    
    
    Head north into the first room, and further north to a big gold door with a 
    statue.  Use your senses on the area left of the door to see the shadow of 
    another statue.  South of the visible statue (called a Guardian Statue) is 
    a miniature Guardian Statue.  Carry it to the west platform and place it on 
    the switch.  Climb the new platform to the southwest to the stairs and go 
    up to the west side around to the south to find Oocoo, then down to the 
    east.  
    
    Light the two torches and open the chest that appears for a Small Key.  
    Head south up the stairs and through the locked door.  Defeat the Skulltula 
    in the middle, then take a pot and place it on the switch in the middle to 
    open the gates.  Open the south chest for arrows, then go up the east 
    stairs.  Defeat another Skulltula, then shoot an arrow at the pot on the 
    switch to close the gate behind you and open the one ahead.  
    
    Head up the stairs, fighting a Lizalfos, into a big room with two more 
    lizards.  On the southeast end, approach the Armos Knight and defeat it 
    with a Bomb Arrow or Back Slice move.  Open the chest that appears upon its 
    defeat for the Dungeon Map.  Open the chest to the south for a red rupee 
    (worth 20), then use a mini statue on a switch to the north.  Use another 
    mini statue on the other switch to open a golden gate (*San Francisco, open 
    your Golden Gate...*).  
    
    Head up the stairs between the gates, then through the door.  Head left to 
    the south end of the room and defeat the three Lizalfos enemies.  Climb the 
    stairs counter-clockwise, defeating another Lizalfos, to the northeast with 
    a big gap.  Use the spinner track on the right wall to ride across, jumping 
    off when safe.  Head south and to the east end of the circular platform, 
    avoiding the rotating spikes, and pick up the mini statue.  Carry it south 
    to a switch to hold down one of them.  In the center of the circle from the 
    north path is a pillar with a lever.  Now that's original...
    
    Push it to lower it a level, then at west grab another statue and drop it on 
    the middle platform.  Push the lever again to raise it back up to the fourth 
    floor (check your map).  Carry the statue around the circle, avoiding the 
    spikes (don't worry, the statue won't break if dropped) to the south and 
    drop it on the other switch.  Dash onto the new platform and head through 
    the south door.  Head south and beat two Armos Knights, then open the chest 
    that appears to the west for a Small Key.  
    
    Open the chest at south for a red rupee (worth 20), then head back a room.  
    Go across the elevator platform north and through the locked door.  Now for 
    a bit of nostalgia, a game of red light/green light.  
    
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    [Z6.72]
    
                                *Getting the Dominion Rod*
    
    
    Hit the green switch at right and guess what colour it turns.  The walls 
    reposition themselves in this maze room.  Defeat the new brand of Beamos 
    at north as usual, then around the corner in the large area look east and 
    fire an arrow through the gold ring to hit the red switch, now green.  Head 
    northwest, defeating another Beamos, then around the corner, open the west 
    chest for the Compass.  
    
    East of the chest, fire another arrow through the gold rings making the 
    switch red now.  Use the clawshot target if you stood too close to the 
    chest when you hit the switch, then head northwest up the stairs, defeating 
    the Lizalfoses along the way to the top.  Look southwest of here and fire
    an arrow at the distant red switch to turn it plaid (just kidding, green).  
    
    Head south through the opening, defeat the Lizalfos, and defeat the tougher 
    Dinolfos using the Back Slice or Helm Splitter preferably.  Shoot an arrow 
    at the green switch and head south, defeat another Dinolfos, then shoot the 
    switch again to turn it green, and head through the south opening through 
    the door at the top.  Defeat the three adult spiders and all the tiny ones, 
    then open the chest that appears for a purple rupee (worth 50).  Climb the 
    north stairs to find two big scales.  
    
    Jump on the first one to be lowered down.  Toss a mini statue onto the 
    other scale to even them, then head south up the stairs and through the 
    south door.  Defeat the Beamos, then head east past the spikes.  At the top 
    of the stairs, defeat the three Lizalfoses, then head south past the blade 
    traps.  Behind the swinging pendulum is a chest with a Small Key.  
    
    Head northeast now past two rolling blade traps to an alcove.  Take the 
    mini statue around the fence and the blade trap, dropping it on the switch 
    which zaps the electric barrier at north, so head up the stairs in that 
    direction.  Defeat the tiny Skulltulas to receive a purple rupee (worth 50) 
    and both Armos Knights to open the west gate.  Head on through to the 
    locked door.  Once inside, approach the middle area to meet your next mini-
    boss, a Dark Nut.  
    
    These guys are not as fun as they used to be in previous Zelda games, but 
    they are still tough.  Use the Helm Splitter religiously to break off his 
    heavy armour right after he attacks and the Back Slice when his sword gets 
    stuck in the ground.  In the second phase, damage him after dodging an 
    attack repeatedly until he's down for the count.  
    
    Head through the west gate and open the chest for a new item, the Dominion 
    Rod.  This wand allows you to control the Guardian Statues, large and 
    small, from a distance, very similar to the controlling methods of statues 
    in Wind Waker.  Use the Rod on the statue above the chest's alcove to 
    control it and it will follow your exact movements.  Too cute!  
    
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    [Z6.73]
    
                              *Playing With Your Robot Pal*
    
    
    Head east and direct the statue to the bell on the east end to transport 
    it in the dungeon.  Head east to the previous room to find it.  Control it 
    again and head east to the gate.  Use its weapon with X or Y (wherever you 
    assigned the Rod) to smash it down.  Good robot!  
    
    Drop down and defeat the Armos Knights easily with your new pal.  Position 
    him near the south end and release control.  Run south and stand on the 
    switch to lower the platform.  Control the statue and run south to move it 
    and yourself onto the platform.  Head south downstairs towards the electric 
    barrier, which thankfully has no affect on the statue.  Have him go ahead of 
    you through the barrier south, positioning it on the switch to deactivate it.  
    
    Release control before following it, then control it and head around the 
    fences at west, smashing the evil blade traps with the statue's axe.  Head 
    to the bottom of the stairs at west, destroying the spikes.  Smash the 
    inactive Beamos statue to reveal a switch.  Position your statue friend on 
    the platform at south and release control.  Use the Rod to control a mini 
    statue and move it onto the switch to lift the Guardian Statue onto a new 
    platform.  Control it and move it under the bell to transport it again.  
    
    Head through the north door to meet up with it at right.  Control it down 
    the stairs north and onto a scale, lowering itself down.  Release control 
    and carry a mini statue from this scale, tossing it onto the other.  Jump 
    down to the bottom level of the room and head up the north stairs to the 
    other side of the scales.  Jump onto the closest scale to even the scales' 
    weight.  Control the Guardian Statue and move it onto your own scale.  
    
    Toss two mini-statues onto the other scale, but you'll need more 
    reinforcements.  Use the Rod to control 2 mini-statues on a high ledge 
    on the left side of the scales to even the load with four mini-statues 
    and your bod off the scale.  Once it's even, control the Guardian 
    Statue off the scale and down the stairs, defeating all the Skulltulas
    again.  Position it in the bell to warp it, then return to the scales 
    solo.  
    
    The scale opposite the one with four mini statues is stuck in the up 
    position, so climb onto it and then to a pillar nearby.  Clawshot to the 
    target at south above the bell and drop down.  Head to the west to find a 
    spinner track along the wall.  Take it clockwise, hopping off at the end 
    before hitting a wall.  At the south corner is a lone *Poe Soul* to 
    capture.  
    
    Further south is a chest with a red rupee (worth 20).  Head through the 
    east door and defeat the three enemies here to unseal the door heading 
    back.  Still in this room, Clawshot the target on the high east ceiling, 
    then drop down to a ledge.  Open the chest for a red rupee (worth 20), 
    then use three mini-statues up here (one is on a small ledge at north, 
    use the Rod to bring it down) and place them on three of the four 
    switches.  Clawshot a piece of armour from a defeated Helmasaur and 
    place it on the fourth switch to open the gate below you.  Open the chest 
    through it for the Big Key.  Already?!?!  
    
    Head back a room, then drop down and go through the west door.  Take 
    the stairs down and find the Guardian Statue at left behind a gate.  
    Use the Rod and head north into a wall.  Have the statue sit on the 
    opposite side of the wall on its side, then release control and shoot 
    the switch on the high west wall.  If the statue was close enough to 
    the wall, it will be on the north side now.  
    
    Control it onto the switch opposite the electric barrier, then release 
    control and get on the other side.  Open the chest at north for a *Heart 
    Piece*.  Cross the barrier's path, hit the red switch with an arrow, 
    then control the statue and head north, smashing walls in your way.  
    Down the stairs north, smash the Beamos in the way.  Position the statue 
    in the bell at south to transport it. 
    
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                                *Heading For the Boss Door*
    
    
    Head through the door in the bottom south.  Use the elevator platform and 
    push/pull the lever to raise it to the topmost level to find the Guardian 
    Statue.  Control it and have it hop on the elevator and push the lever 2x 
    to reach the 3rd floor.  Control the statue and move it south, crushing all 
    the tiny Skulltulas (again) to relieve the electric barrier.  Head west with 
    the statue and smash the golden gate. 
    
    Collect the *Poe Soul* there.  Walk with the statue to the north and smash 
    the gate, then beam him up, Scotty.  Before joining him (her?), use the 
    elevator to go up a level.  Use the mini statue on the east end around from 
    the elevator and another on the third floor to activate the switches
    on the 5th floor, quickly using the riser.  Head through the door to the 
    chapel.  Defeat the Skulltulas, then head south.  On the west wall, a gate 
    closes off a ledge. 
    
    Control the mini-statue at west and move it north to the ledge onto a 
    switch.  Release control, then toss a mini-statue in the south-center area 
    onto the southeast ledge and activate another switch.  Open the chest that 
    appears to the east for a *Heart Piece*.  Head back to the elevator room 
    and go down to the third floor, then east through the door.  
    
    Go down the stairs and clawshot the ceiling target over the first fence.  
    Control the Guardian Statue and head down the stairs to the southwest, 
    smashing the fence at the end.  Position it in the bell to transport it, 
    then head through the north door. Drop to the lower area and control the 
    Guardian Statue, moving north into the space left of the Door of Time.  
    Home sweet home.  Head through the new opening and new door.  
    
    Head north over the obstacles to find a switch. Ignore it and jump a gap 
    to the gold fence at north.  Toss a mini statue over the gap south, then 
    control it with the Rod to hit the switch, opening one gate and closing 
    another.  Release control and enter the opening between the fences.  
    Control the mini statue off the previous switch to open the next gate.  
    Defeat the Skulltulas, then smash the pots for pre-boss fight goodies, 
    making sure to bottle the Fairy.  Head through the boss door to fight 
    Armogohma, Twilit Arachnid.  Sorry if you were expecting a killer robot.  
    
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                                *Armogohma, Twilit Arachnid*
    
    
    Like the Gohma boss from older Zelda games, the eye on its back is the weak 
    point.  Shoot it with an arrow to bring it down, then L-target the closest 
    statue to the spider, control it with the Rod and smash the spider with its 
    weapon by swinging the Rod.  Continue this strategy, watching the light 
    beams to determine its position (if a beam disappears, the spider has 
    crawled over it).  Also, fight any tiny Skulltulas, especially when still 
    in their eggs, and avoid the laser attack, hitting the eye with an arrow as 
    fast as possible.  In a very quick second phase, the spider is reduced to 
    its eye among a bunch of Tiny Skulltulas.  Attack the eye (arrows are
    the easiest) to defeat the boss and receive another Mirror Shard and Heart 
    Container.  Use Midna's warp and save.  You return to the old Temple of 
    Time.  
    
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    [Z6.76]
    
                                    *The Hidden Village*
    
    
    Before heading back to the real world, head south down the stairs and to 
    the south end.  Use the Rod to control the statues in the southeast and 
    southwest corners.  Behind one is a *Heart Piece* and behind another is a 
    *Poe Soul*.  After that, take the magic door back to the present Temple of 
    Time to meet up with Oocoo, who takes notice that your Dominion Rod is no 
    longer useful in the present.  Dang, I wanted to turn Oocoo into a turkey.  
    
    Your goal now is to restore its power in the present.  Hope you saved your 
    rupees.  Warp to Castle Town to collect your well-earned prize (for a small 
    fortune, mind you!) from Malo's new store.  In the central square in the 
    southeast is the shop.  It's decorated with Malo's pictures outside, and 
    inside it's a party!  Buy the Magic Armour for 598 rupees when you have the 
    dough and it's all yours, thanks to Malo the capitalist.  
    
    Warp to Kakariko Village now and head inside Renado's house.  Talk to him 
    to get a letter for Telma.  Warp to Castle Town and give Telma the letter 
    at her bar (please tell me you know where it is by now).  She will 
    exchange it for the Invoice and direct you to the Doctor in town.  You can 
    also check Shad's location on the map in the back, though Renado told us he 
    was there.  Now, find the Doctor's office in the east area.
    
    Give him the invoice and he'll refuse to pay (it's a bar tab rung up by Dr. 
    Drunk).  He'll mention a stolen carving of Ilia's.  In the back of the 
    office, pull the crate aside, then turn into wolf Link and sniff the 
    Medicine to learn the scent (unlearn the other).  Head back out and in 
    front of Jovani's house, turn into wolf Link again.  Use your senses to 
    follow the medicine scent trail down the south road right to Louise, 
    Telma's cat in front of the bar.  She says the carving was stolen from her.  
    
    Whatever happened to earning an honest living?  Head out the south gate 
    into Hyrule Field.  At night near the south road is a pack of Undead Dogs.  
    Defeat them using Midna's charge attack to get back the Wooden Statue.  
    Warp to Kakariko Village and return to Renado's house.  Show it to Ilia and 
    she will remember a Hidden Village, which Gor Coron knows of.  
    
    Warp to Bridge of Eldin and head north towards the red dot on your map 
    indicating where Darbus is waiting.  On the other side of the wooden bridge 
    is a tunnel on the left.  Take it to meet Darbus.  He'll mention 20 Moblins 
    that roam about the village to defeat.  This place is exactly like every 
    Western movie I've ever seen!  The Moblins are all in the open for the most 
    part.  Check the open buildings and break the glass windows to reveal more.  
    
    Once you beat all 20 (no need to count on your digits, a counter will keep 
    track), a cinema will occur with an old lady named Impaz, who will give you 
    Ilia's Charm to restore her memory.  Warp to Kakariko Village and return 
    once again to Renado's house.  
    
    Give Ilia the charm to regain her memory in a very cute cinema.  The charm 
    is returned to you to be used as a Horse Call, a way of summoning Epona 
    without scrounging for Horse Grass in the fields.  Head back to the Hidden 
    Village to fulfill some errands.  
    
    In the southern-most part of the building on the east side, head through 
    the east windows to a *Howling Stone*.  You know the drill...The pattern
    is middle, low, hold, middle, high, low, high, middle, half high, middle. 
    The Golden Wolf will wait for you by Castle Town to teach you the last 
    Hidden Skill *sniffle*.  
    
    As a wolf, talk to the cucco near the stone who will open up a cute game of 
    hide 'n' seek with the old lady's resident cats.  There are 20 to find, most 
    of whom are in the open, though some are cleverly hidden.  Search all the 
    alleys and buildings.  One cat is found by clawshotting the webbing hanging 
    over the horse trough (so Rio Bravo) to the southeast.  Dash/jump to the 
    southwest building and through the window to the cat.  Another is in a 
    barrel in that same area.  The cats keep a running total for you and will
    tell you if you already talked to it.  Once you finish, talk to the cucco 
    and then collect the *Heart Piece* reward in front of Impaz's house.  
    
    Finally, the last thing in this wild west is a *Poe Soul* found by 
    clawshotting the webbing at west and searching the north end of the 
    building.  It appears only after finishing the pussycat hide 'n' seek.  
    Darn tootin'.  
    
    Talk to Impaz inside her house and show her the Dominion Rod to get the 
    Ancient Sky Book.  Warp to Kakariko Village and head into the basement of 
    Renado's house.  Show the book to Shad, a researcher of the legend, who 
    will unsuccessfully tame the statue there.  But, the power has returned to 
    your Rod.  How about that?  
    
    Your map now has five locations of Owl Statues that will help open up the 
    next dungeon.  
    
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    [Z6.77]
    
                                *Missing Sky Book Letters*
    
    
    Warp to Bridge of Eldin.  On the north end inside the bridge is an Owl 
    Statue atop the west side.  Use your Rod to move it aside, but not off 
    the edge (d'oh!), then release control and find a piece of the sky book in 
    the hole it stood on.  Before moving on, control the statue to move all the 
    way to the south end of the bridge.  On the west side is a gap with a 
    ladder.  Drop the statue into the gap, positioning it roughly in the middle, 
    then use it to jump to the ladder, avoiding or defeating the Moblin Archers 
    nearby.  Open the chest atop the ladder for a *Heart Piece*.  Now warp to 
    Kakariko Gorge.  
    
    At the north end is another Owl Statue.  Control it to move aside, then get 
    the next piece of the Sky Book from the hole it stood on.  If you want, use 
    the statue to cross two wide gaps across the ledges for an orange rupee 
    (worth 100).  Now warp to South Faron Woods.  
    
    Northwest of Coro's Shop is a boulder blocking a passageway.  Bomb it, then 
    move the Owl Statue aside with the Rod and collect another piece of the Sky 
    Book.  Control the statue to move it into a slot near a boulder to the south.  
    Release control, then climb the boulder and use Midna's jump as a wolf 7x 
    to the top passage, then west into Faron Woods.  Open the chest here for a 
    *Heart Piece*.  Now warp to Lake Hylia.  
    
    Pay Fyer 10 rupees for a normal flight to upper Lake Hylia.  Leave Falbi's 
    out the door and head northwest of the Great Bridge of Hylia to find another 
    Owl Statue in an alcove.  Control it to walk it off the edge near you.  
    Position it under the ivy, then release control and clawshot to the ivy.  
    Drop off onto the statue, then jump to the hole it stood on before for 
    another piece of the Sky Book.  
    
    Warp to Castle Town and head southwest to the stone ruins theatre where 
    another Owl Statue sits on a pillar.  Control it to move off the pillar, 
    and position it between the pillar and the stadium seats.  Release control, 
    then jump to the statue, then to the hole in the pillar for the piece of 
    book.  If you want, position the statue by the other pillar to get an 
    orange rupee (worth 100) from the chest there.  Head directly into Castle 
    Town's marketplace.  
    
    Head north through the doors to the gates of Hyrule Castle to learn the last 
    Hidden Skill, the Great Spin, a super-charged spin attack.  It only works if 
    your health meter is entirely full.  Hold B and release to unleash it.  
    Now warp to Gerudo Mesa in the desert.  
    
    It's eerily dark at night, so use the Lantern if you need to.  Head east to 
    a series of stone structures with an Owl Statue atop it.  Move the statue 
    down and position it at north between the climable stones and the pillar 
    where it stood before.  Release control, then climb up the stones, then to 
    the statue and to the hole for the last fragment of the Sky Book.  For 
    another orange rupee (worth 100, they're just giving these away lately!), 
    position the statue to reach the southern structure right of the chest's 
    platform, then position it east to jump to the chest.  
    
    Warp to Kakariko Village and head into Renado's basement to meet Shad again.  
    Show him the book to remove the seal off the last Owl Statue.  Use your Rod 
    to move it aside and head into the new area of the basement.  Have Midna 
    warp the cannon revealed.  Uh-uh, this is private territory.  Talk to Shad 
    and he'll vamoose.  Now have Midna warp it to Lake Hylia.  
    
    Talk to Fyer and pay him 300 rupees to repair the cannon.  Hope you 
    collected some or all of those orange rupees from the statue hunt.  After 
    the cannon is repaired over several days and nights, clawshot the target on 
    its back to launch into la-la land.
    
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                              *City in the Sky*
    
    
    Items/Weapons:  Double Clawshots, Giant Quiver
    Heart Pieces:  3  //  43/45
    Poe Souls:  2  //  57/60
    Golden Bugs:  0  //  24/24
    Empty Bottles:  0  //  4/4
    Howling Stones:  0  //  7/7
    
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    [Z6.81]
    
                                  *Blowin' in the Wind*
    
    
    Use the Zora Armour and Iron Boots to safely sink into the water and open 
    two chests for a red rupee (worth 20) and bombs.  Follow Oocoo east, 
    watching the wind direction.  Equip the Iron Boots if you get blown around.  
    
    In the shop, talk to Oocoo at right to have her accompany you, then head 
    back outside.  Head north at the far end of the bridge to a locked gate.  
    When the wind dies down, fire an arrow at the switch above the gate and 
    head through the door following.  Use an Oocca (the species that Oocoo 
    derives from) to fly off the ledge right.  Carefully navigate the tiled 
    floor as blue tiles crumble under your feet.  Head west and clawshot the 
    ivy on the pillar to climb up to the upper ledge.  Use an Oocca (clawshot
    one to you if necessary), then head north and float towards the ledge there.  
    
    Defeat the Helmasaur enemies, then climb the ledges at left and head 
    through the north door.  Head forward and defeat the Helmasaur King with 
    Back Slices (the Clawshot won't work here).  Head southwest and clawshot 
    the grating over the high window, then head through the hole in the 
    grating.  Drop to the balcony and use your spinner's egg beater move with 
    A in the hole nearby to create a bridge.  Head north of the balcony to a 
    broken part and clawshot to the ivy wall.  Climb to the balcony and head 
    west across the new bridge, again watching the wind gusts.  
    
    Head through the door across the bridge, then head west along the tiles.  
    Ahead is a chest in a cage.  Clawshot to the ceiling target above it to 
    drop down into the cage and open the chest for a Small Key.  Pull yourself 
    out by clawshotting the northern grating, then head back a room.  Head 
    east across the bridge to reach a door as the Dragon returns, destroying 
    the bridge.  Head through the east door.  Again, avoid the blue tiles and 
    clawshot to an ivy pillar, crawling around to a safe side to drop off.  
    
    Head east over the blue tiles to the door.  Through it, head right around 
    the corner and defeat two big Deku Babas.  Use the hole with your spinner 
    to extend the east bridge.  Cross it and head through the locked door.  
    From the right ledge, head towards the southeast end to see a crystal 
    switch behind a pillar to the north.  Use the clawshot to activate it and 
    stop the wind.  Return north and head east using the iron boots to 
    navigate along the wall without the wind bothering you.  Clawshot to the 
    ivy to avoid walking the blue tiles and drop to the east door, heading 
    through.  Open the chest at right for the Dungeon Map, then head back a 
    room.  
    
    Cross the south bridge of blue tiles to the door there and head through.  
    Head south then east, jumping the platforms, wary of the wind columns that 
    will knock you down and those blasted enemies that hide under the tiles 
    (remember them from the Forest Temple?  Ick).  Defeat them using the 
    boomerang to expose them, liking knocking them off the platforms.  Head 
    west to get a yellow rupee (worth 10), then east and finally through the 
    southeast door.  Defeat the two Dinolfos using your best sword attacks.  
    Beating them opens a gate.  
    
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    [Z6.82]
    
                             *Getting the Double Clawshots*
    
    
    Clawshot to the ivy high up on the south wall, then to the chandelier, 
    which acts as a switch to turn on a wind column.  Using an Oocca to fly, 
    jump into the wind when it's on to propel yourself up, then float to the 
    ledge north and through the door.  Use an Oocca to fly with the wind west 
    to a ledge near the middle of the room.  Open the chest on the far west 
    side for a purple rupee (worth 50) by floating that way.  
    
    From that middle platform, use an Oocca (you may need to use your clawshot 
    to grab one) and ride the wind through the hole on the north wall, then 
    turn west to a ledge.  Clawshot the chandelier switch to activate a new 
    wind column at east.  Float with an Oocca to it and propel yourself up 
    through two wind columns and through a wall crack at east.  Drop down on 
    the other side and through the north door.  
    
    Float to the north end with an Oocca, watching the horizontal wind columns.  
    Float down to the east side of the bottom floor and through the door there.  
    Use the iron boots and clawshot to the chandelier to pull it and deactivate 
    the wind.  Lower yourself while attached to the switch through the fan, 
    then drop to meet a mini-boss, Dragon Knight.  
    
    Throughout the fight, beware of the blue tiles that will crumble under you.  
    Focus on the dragon's shield with a clawshot target on it and once he tries 
    to attack you, clawshot the target to bring him in and slash away with your 
    sword.  The second phase begins once he flies out a hole in the wall.  He 
    will fly in and out of four holes in this room.  Keep tracking that target 
    and continue the same strategy to defeat him.  Always L-target him as long 
    as he is away from a hole and you're watching the floor for blue tiles.  
    Swinging the C-stick camera angle around determines his location quickly.  
    
    Clawshot to the target above the gate in the high west area and open the 
    chest for another clawshot that forms the Double Clawshots.  This allows 
    you more freedom in hanging from targets and navigating walls like the web 
    slinger you are.  Clawshot to the closest ceiling target, lower yourself a 
    bit, then to the east target and lower yourself to see the ivy on the side 
    of the fan.  Clawshot it, then climb up and head through the west door.  
    
    Clawshot up the tower using the targets that encircle it to reach a 
    chandelier switch on the west side.  Activate it to open the west gate, 
    then clawshot to either target inside the gate and drop off to the door.  
    Inside, clawshot the targets on either side of the room quickly as they 
    lower you with your weight into the abyss below.  Hold down the L button 
    to automatically aim at the closest target.  Drop off the last target on 
    the west side and open the chest for the Compass, then head through the door 
    there.  
    
    Clawshot the metal grating under the bridge and destroy the big Deku Babas 
    with your clawshot as you head along. 
    
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    [Z6.83]
    
                                 *Getting the Big Key*
    
    
    At the west end, clawshot to the ivy on the left and climb up, then head 
    through the west door.  Clawshot the pillar with a target hanging from the 
    ceiling, then to the target above the west door.  Drop off there and head 
    through the door.  Cross the bridge's gap using the Peahats as clawshot 
    targets.  L-target them first to move fast and avoid the birds that fly 
    around.  On the west side, head through the door.  
    
    Clawshot the target to the northwest and lower yourself while attached to 
    the ledge below.  Head back east clawshotting the targets on the pillars, 
    moving fast by L-targeting the next one as you move.  On the third target, 
    drop to the platform, then clawshot the target through the wall crack north.  
    Clawshot to the next target, heading west using another target, then the 
    grating to move along.  Once west, head through the wall crack (lousy 
    architecture) and drop off at the east end to the ledge.  
    
    Defeat the big Deku Babas hanging from the west ceiling with arrows.  
    Clawshot to the target near them, then lower yourself until you see a 
    crystal switch at north.  Clawshot it to open a gate, then clawshot the 
    target through the gate to reach it.  Clawshot your way upwards using 
    targets and grating, then drop to the platform once high enough.  Head 
    through the north door.  
    
    Defeat the Giant Deku Baba using your sword and bomb the remaining eater 
    plant to destroy it.  Also defeat the big (though not compared to the 
    giant one) Deku Babas, then clawshot the target on the high west ceiling, 
    then quickly clawshot to the ivy north above you.  Drop down from there 
    and climb the ledge east, then slowly navigate it, defeating the Keese with 
    arrows.  Open the chest about halfway for more arrows, then continue.  
    
    Shoot arrows at the big Deku Baba from a distance and defeat the Keese 
    ahead, then grab the edge of the next ledge too narrow to walk and edge 
    your way across.  Defeat the Big Deku Baba, then open the chest it 
    guarded for a *Heart Piece*.  
    
    Crawl back along the narrow ledge and clawshot the target on the weak 
    pillar.  Quickly L-target and clawshot to the next target, then to the 
    northern ivy.  Drop down from there and look to the middle ceiling pillar 
    with a target.  Clawshot it, then lower yourself while attached to a 
    ledge below.  Defeat the Dinolfos with sword attacks, then head through 
    the south door.  Clawshot the Peahat to move over the wall.  Drop down on 
    the other side and clawshot another Peahat south.  Ride it over a wall, 
    then drop.  Open a chest in the corner for a red rupee (worth 20) and look 
    south to the big gap.  
    
    Clawshot the Peahat nearby (the one you just took) and look south.  Quickly 
    clawshot the Peahat by the small island with a tree.  Drop to the island 
    and defeat the *Poe Soul* for your growing collection.  Open the chest here 
    for a purple rupee (worth 50), then clawshot the Peahat above you, then to 
    the next one, and look north.  
    
    Lower yourself while attached to pass through the thin crack in the wall.  
    Ride the next Peahat through a hole in the wall all the way to the far 
    ledge, then drop off and head through the east door.  Clawshot the 
    closest Peahat, then use L-targeting to latch onto the next several 
    Peahats.  On the fourth one, look southwest and follow a new series of 
    Peahats to the ledge, then drop and head through the door there.  Open 
    the chest on the ledge for a *Heart Piece*, then head back a room.  
    
    Clawshot the Peahats and on the fifth one, drop to the ledge and head 
    through the door.  Head northwest and clawshot the ivy on the high wall, 
    climbing up and left to the ledge.  Pick off three Buzzards with arrows 
    from the pillars around the area.  As wolf Link, take the rope to the 
    middle tower and head counter-clockwise to the ivy wall.  Shoot down the 
    spiders with arrows, then climb the ivy to the south end with a chest 
    and open it for a red rupee (worth 20).  Cross the ropes to the eastern 
    platform and defeat the *Poe Soul* there.  
    
    Open the chest here for a purple rupee (worth 50), then head back to the 
    end of the first rope and go clockwise around the tower using the second 
    rope, and around to a door.  Head through and defeat the Helmasaur Kings.  
    On the south ceiling, clawshot to the grating, lower yourself a bit while 
    attached, then clawshot to the chandelier at north.  Use the iron boots to 
    weigh it down and deactivate the fan.  Drop down and open the chest for the 
    Big Key.  
    
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    [Z6.84]
    
                               *Argorok, Twilit Dragon*
    
    
    Hanging by the grating, drop through the pit below you a level (use the ivy 
    to pull yourself up if you drop too far), and open the chest at north for a
    red rupee (worth 20), then clawshot the grating above you and, while 
    attached, lower yourself through the fan (familiar?).  STAY ATTACHED 
    and look north. Clawshot to the chandelier switch in the ceiling, using the 
    iron boots to activate it, starting a fan to the north.  
    
    Drop down and head north through the door atop the stairs.  Clawshot the 
    grating on the rotating blades to reach the north end of the bridge.  On 
    the lowest blade behind the fan is a purple rupee (worth 50).  Drop down 
    through the door at north for a rematch with Dragon Knight (x2).  
    
    The fight is the same, except you have two Clawshots and he has a twin.  
    The idea is to keep both dragons in sight and work on one while avoiding 
    the other's attacks.  Again, use your clawshot to bring it in and slash 
    with your sword.  Once they're defeated, clawshot the high grating above 
    the south door, then to the grating on the north blade.  
    
    Activate the crystal switch to the south in the wall with the clawshot to 
    activate the spinner.  Clawshot more blades to the very top inactive one.  
    Activate another crystal switch in the north wall to make it spin, then 
    ride the spinner you're on south and clawshot the target above the boss 
    door.  
    
    Head on through to meet Argorok, Twilit Dragon.  To begin the fight, 
    clawshot the grating on the pillar above, then to the ivy, and climb 
    around and up to the tower.  This fight is pretty hard, definitely the 
    toughest so far, so brace yourself.  In the first phase, he will divebomb 
    you and try to blow you off the tower with his wings.  L-target the tail 
    with the clawshot when he tries that and use the iron boots to weigh him 
    down, dragging him and breaking off his armour.  Use your iron boots to 
    defend any wind attacks, then continue until he flies too high to reach.  
    Clawshot one of the four pillars surrounding the tower until you're high 
    enough to reach the tail, then continue this until a red crystal switch 
    appears on his back to enter phase two.  
    
    You'll need to clawshot and climb a pillar, then clawshot Peahats one 
    after the other to avoid a fiery breath attack.  Remember to keep L-
    targeting the Peahats to move fast.  If you fall (which is likely to 
    happen) or get hit by his fire attack, you'll lose a lot off your health 
    meter, so use the skulls along the bottom for extra hearts.  Once you're 
    safe enough behind him, clawshot the switch to pull yourself in, then 
    slash with your sword.  Continue this, and watch the fire attack to 
    change direction.  Just clawshot the other way to avoid it.  
    
    After the boss is defeated, you get the final Mirror Shard and a Heart 
    Container.  Use Midna's warp and save.  
    
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    [Z6.85]
    
                            *Trekking to Palace of Twilight*
    
    
    Some final errands before moving into the Twilight Palace.  Take the Sky 
    Cannon back to Lake Hylia, then warp to Castle Town.  Enter the 
    marketplace and find the Star mini-game tent in the west area.  Now that 
    you have the Double Clawshots, the game is that much more difficult with a 
    bigger prize, but it's really fun.  Save before attempting this to salvage 
    rupees if you go broke trying to beat this. Just reset and you'll recover 
    your rupees.  To play, use the clawshot to grapple the wall and stick to it 
    to collect even more star orbs along the way up to the highest point of the 
    cage.  The easiest way to navigate is to start by standing on the small 
    platform, then collect all the star orbs at the bottom and work your way up.  
    If you win, you get the Giant Quiver that holds up to 100 arrows.  
    
    Now warp to Kakariko Gorge.  Head to the west end with three conjoined rock 
    spires.  On the west side by a boulder, look for a target and clawshot it, 
    then to another on the opposite cliff, then to the ivy on the spire.  Climb 
    up and right to a chest and open it for a *Heart Piece*.  That's the last 
    piece you'll find in the "overworld" (a.k.a. the land outside the dungeons).  
    
    Warp to the Mirror Chamber in the desert.  Head forward to the mirror 
    itself to begin a cinema where (shocker) Midna is revealed as the true 
    Twilight Princess.  Take the stairs that appear and press A at the end to 
    enter the Palace of Twilight.
    
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                     *Palace of Twilight/Hyrule Castle*
    
    
    Items/Weapons:  Light Sword
    Heart Pieces:  2  //  45/45
    Poe Souls:  3  //  60/60
    Golden Bugs:  0  //  24/24
    Empty Bottles:  0  //  4/4
    Howling Stones:  0  //  7/7
    
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    [Z6.91]
    
                                       *First Sol*
    
    
    Head forward to meet some of Midna's people, weird but otherwise harmless.  
    Take the bridge west and through the door.  Head north, defeating enemies 
    along the way, then further north you'll fight a new enemy, a mask in the 
    form of Zant.  It warps around the room, shooting fireballs at you.  To 
    fight it, use your Shield Attack on the projectiles, then slash with your 
    sword when it's stunned.  Open the chest that appears for a Small Key.  
    
    Clawshot a target at north to the high platform and head through the 
    locked door.  Jump down north to the lower level and head into the black 
    fog to metamorphose into wolf Link.  This will happen throughout the 
    dungeon.  Use your senses to navigate and head northeast to find a way 
    out.  Fight the Zant mask using Midna's charge attack, then two chests 
    appear.  The one at southeast is the Compass, the one north is a Small 
    Key.  Defeat the Shadowlings guarding them.  I know it's weird to get 
    the Compass before the map, but them's the breaks.  Clawshot to a target 
    to the northeast, then drop and head north to the locked door and through 
    it.  Head north to the glowing orb to meet your next mini-boss, an Image 
    of Zant.  
    
    Like the Shadow Ganons from Zelda games past, this hologram of Zant is 
    fought somewhat differently from its predecessors.  First, defeat the 
    waves of enemies that come intermittently throughout the battle.  Use 
    your spin attack at will.  When you get close enough to "Zant", use 
    sword attacks, especially when a red orb appears over his head.  After 
    the battle, go around the central fog north to the orb called a Sol, 
    which Midna explains.  
    
    Slash the hand holding the orb, then carry it back to the opposite side 
    of the room, dissipating the fog.  The hand, actually a Floor Master, 
    will suddenly follow you.  Watch its shadow on the floor to avoid being 
    hit and drop the Sol in the slot in the middle of the fog to make stairs 
    appear.  Fight the Shadowlings by the stairs, then fire an arrow at the 
    hand 3x to stun it as you ascend the stairs.  At the top, clawshot the 
    Sol to grab it and head back out the south door.  
    
    Head south and the Floor Master will follow.  Head to the center and 
    drop the Sol in the slot to make more stairs.  Defeat the Shadowlings 
    again and stun the hand with arrows as you take the new stairs.  Again, 
    clawshot the Sol to take it, then take the ledge south and toss the Sol 
    up the first stair, then carry it up.  
    
    Jump off south to the door and through it.  The hand will continue to 
    follow you.  Head west to the passage through the fog carrying the Sol, 
    then drop the Sol and clawshot the target by a chest.  Open it for a 
    *Heart Piece*.  There's just one more left in the game.  
    
    Stun the hand, then grab the Sol and head south, defeating other enemies 
    along the way, then carry it through the south door.  The hand is now 
    out of range.  Shine the Sol's light on the Twilight beings to revive 
    them, then place the Sol in one of the pedestals in the middle area.  
    Stand on the lit-up platform to the east to carry you across, then head 
    north through the door.  One more Sol to retrieve and this time it's not so 
    easy.  
    
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    [Z6.92]
    
                                      *Second Sol*
    
    
    Defeat the Keese to the south, then clawshot a target on either wall, then 
    clawshot to the target on the ceiling.  Lower yourself while attached to 
    the moving platform.  Ride it above the fog in the middle area to another 
    platform and another Zant mask will appear.  Use a Shield Attack to repel 
    its projectile attack back at it, then head north across the moving 
    platforms while it's stunned.  Defeat it when you get close, and open the 
    chest to the north for a purple rupee (worth 50).  Open the chest that 
    appears (for defeating the Mask) by the door for a Small Key.  Use it to 
    open the locked door and head through.  
    
    Head north into the fog to turn wolfie, then defeat three Shadow Beings as 
    usual.  Head north and turn back into human Link.  Defeat the Mask and 
    three more will appear.  Crud.  The best attack is Midna's charge as a wolf.  
    When they're all defeated, a chest appears higher up.  At north, clawshot 
    the wall target, then to the ceiling target, pulling yourself up the ledges.  
    Open the chests on each ledge for rupees, a Small Key, and the Dungeon Map.  
    Clawshot to the north ledge and head through the locked door.  
    
    Another Image of Zant to defeat.  Use the same fight tactics as earlier to 
    beat it.  The only difference is a fire attack he uses against you and 
    stronger enemy melees.  Slash the hand holding the Sol and carry it to the 
    pedestal.  Stun the hand coming at you, then take the stairs, defeating 
    more enemies, then clawshot the Sol to you atop the stairs.  Head south 
    through the door.  
    
    Carry the Sol to another pedestal and drop it there.  Stun the hand coming 
    from the previous room and defeat the enemies that surround the area.  The 
    Sol has opened up a complex series of stairs.  Clawshot to the north target, 
    then into an alcove at the east end.  By now, the hand is alive.  Stun it 
    quickly, then jump to the stairs, then to a ledge high up south.  Clawshot 
    the Sol to you, then jump to the south door and head through.  
    
    Carry the Sol while taking the moving platforms across the room.  Stun the 
    hand when it comes near.  If you happen to fall, head north to a black orb 
    and the Sol will light it up, creating two elevator platforms.  At the 
    south end, stand near two orbs to activate them with the Sol's light, then 
    take the new elevator platform south and through the door.  
    
    The hand won't follow you now.  Shine the Sol's light on any remaining 
    Twilight citizens, then carry it to the middle with the elevator platform 
    and drop it in the last pedestal.  After a cinema, you receive the Light 
    Sword.  Now head east to the previous room to retrieve the last Heart 
    Piece.  The Light Sword cuts the fog so you can navigate it as human Link.  
    
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    [Z6.93]
    
                                 *Getting the Big Key*
    
    
    On the southwest end, take the elevator platform to a chest with a purple 
    rupee (worth 50).  Take the southeast elevator platform to a chest with 
    the final *Heart Piece*.  Congrats.  Head back to the previous room and go 
    north of the pedestals atop a ramp.  Defeat the Shadow Birds that flock, 
    then use a spin attack on the wall of black fog to clear a space, then jump
    across through it before it closes up again.  Head through the north door.  
    
    Cut the fog with your new sword and defeat the variety of enemies here.  At 
    the north end, carry each of the two deactivated Sols to two pedestals in 
    the middle of the fog, using your Light Sword to cut an opening, and make 
    stairs appear.  Climb them to find a black, deactivated light orb and hit 
    it with your sword to create a glowing blue tile on the floor.  Use it like 
    an elevator to the east end and drop off.  Defeat the enemies, then head 
    east and defeat the four Masks of Zant with your new sword that cuts 
    through them easily.  Open the chest that appears for a Small Key.  
    
    Near the chest are three deactivated Orbs.  Stand in the middle of them and 
    use a spin attack to light up all three at once.  An elevator platform 
    carries you west.  Drop off and head through the locked door.  Defeat a 
    slew of Shadow Beings and Shadow Birds here, then activate two orbs 
    simultaneously at the west end with a spin attack.  Ride the elevator south, 
    then east, and get off there.  Defeat the single Mask of Zant and a few 
    more appear.  Spin attack two orbs and ride back to the balcony, defeating 
    the Masks until a chest appears in the north end.  Open it for a Small Key.  
    
    Use a spin attack to cut the fog on the east side, then go through it and 
    clawshot the target at north.  Take several more targets to the top and 
    open the chest here for the Big Key.  Drop down to the bottom level and 
    head through the northeast locked door.  Head east and defeat the Shadow 
    Beings that appear in the traditional barriers.  Cut through the east fog 
    to find four orbs.  Use a spin attack to light them all at once, then ride 
    the elevator to the top to meet four more elevators.  
    
    Jump to the west one, then ride it to two new ones.  Jump to the rightmost 
    one, then west to the ledge.  Defeat the Twilight Deku Baba atop it, then 
    head north to another elevator.  Ride it east to three platforms, reached 
    by clawshotting a target nearby.  Defeat the Mask of Zant there, then 
    clawshot to a ceiling target.  When an elevator platform appears below you, 
    drop to it to head west and clawshot another target to make the rest of the 
    gap.  Defeat another Mask of Zant to make a chest appear and open it for a 
    Small Key which in turn makes an elevator platform appear in the middle area.  
    
    Jump to it to ride it to the top and head through the north locked door atop 
    the stairs.  Cut through the fog and defeat the Shadow Beings at the north 
    end, then head through the boss door.  
    
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                                  *Zant, Usurper King*
    
    
    Finally you meet with Zant, Usurper King as he is nicknamed.  After a long 
    cinema with the court jester of Twilight, you will fight Zant in six 
    stages reminiscent of previous dungeons.  As long as the fight is, it's not 
    all that difficult.  
    
    The first is in the Forest Temple.  Like Diababa, Zant hovers off a swamp of 
    goo, firing projectiles.  Block with your shield, use your boomerang to 
    bring him towards you, and slash with your sword, extra powerful as a Light 
    Sword.  Continue this strategy to move on to phase two in the Goron Mines.  
    
    Like the fight with Biggoron, Zant will rock the casbah on a rickety 
    magnetic platform above the lava.  Use your iron boots immediately to 
    magnetize and continue this strategy whenever he jumps up and down.  Wait for 
    Zant to fire projectiles (a common theme apparently), dodge an attack sans 
    iron boots, and get close to use sword attacks on him.  That's it for this 
    phase.  
    
    Next you're in Lakebed in a revival of the Morpheel show.  Use your Zora 
    Armour and Iron Boots to sink down.  A giant Mask of Zant appears with the 
    real Zant appearing from inside.  L-Target him, using your clawshot to bring 
    him towards you and slashie slashie.  Avoid the projectile attacks with your 
    shield as usual.  After a while, four masks appear.  Only one reveals Zant 
    inside.  Use L-targeting to find him, then clawshot him in to slash away.  
    
    The fourth phase reconvenes in the Forest Temple with a Baboon fight 
    restaged.  Change your clothes and no iron boots this time.  As Zant hops 
    the pillars, he'll stop on one to fire projectiles.  Roll into this pillar 
    two times (emphasis:  TWO TIMES) to make him fall, then slash away.  
    
    The next phase is at Snowpeak where he balloons in a mimic of Blizzeta 
    (a.k.a. evil Yeta).  A convenient camera angle allows you to avoid his 
    shadow.  Roll out of his way as he crashes (boom) and use the Ball & Chain, 
    aiming for the foot.  In a hilarious scene, Zant hops around on one foot, 
    shrinking considerably down to a tiny size.  Chase him and slash away with 
    your sword, continuing the pattern to finish the phase.  
    
    The sixth and final phase is in Hyrule Field in a great send-off of the 
    final Ganondorf battle in Wind Waker.  With two swords, he's pretty 
    formidable.  Use Jump Attacks or Jump Strikes when he lunges slowly.  
    When he spins around, dodge well to avoid them (sidestepping is helpful).  
    When he stops for a rest (lazy bum), slash with no mercy.  
    
    After the fight, the Fused Shadows are returned in full.  However, the 
    game is not over yet.  There is still the matter of a bigger foe:  Ganon.  
    That's right....he's BAAAACCCKK!  Grab the Heart Container, your very last 
    one that fills the 20th slot of your health meter (huzzah!), then use 
    Midna's warp and save.  
    
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                                   *Finishing Things Off*
    
    
    Head to the south end of the chamber and press A in front of the 
    hypnotizing symbol to be transported back to the Mirror Chamber in the 
    desert.  Now that you have all the niceties of the game....oh wait, what's 
    that?  Three Poe Souls, you say?  Okay, smart guy.  I did forget a little 
    thing called the Cave of Ordeals, a copycat of Paper Mario TTYD's Pit of 
    100 Trials.  You are probably well-equipped for this trial, so if you dare,
    warp to Gerudo Mesa, then head down the stairs into the underground cave.  
    
    Be prepared to finish 50 floors of nothing but big, bad enemies, with every 
    tenth floor a safe haven with a Great Fairy (I wondered when they were going 
    to show up).  Unfortunately, the Great Fairies don't heal you, but they 
    release fairies into the spring fountains in each area you found a Light 
    Spirit.  Could've used that help before, but you wouldn't last in the Cave 
    before now.  And not to brag (well, maybe a little), but I finished the Cave 
    in one try from start to finish.  I hope you can master it too.  For a list 
    of enemies and fighting strategies, see my page devoted to the Cave.  On the 
    17th floor is a *Poe Soul*, on the 33rd floor is a *Poe Soul*, and on the 
    44th floor is a *Poe Soul*, so that about does it.  Visit Jovani in Castle 
    Town to be rewarded with a Silver Rupee (worth 200), a rarity in this game.  
    Whoopee!  
    
    As I normally do before the final dungeon in my walkthroughs, here's a 
    final checklist of major items to finish up.  Again, all of these are 
    included in the walkthrough, so good for you grasshopper if you've read 
    the whole thing up to now.  Check your inventory for the following:  4 
    Bottles, 3 Bomb Bags, 2 Arrow Quiver upgrades (up to 100 max.), ability to 
    hold Bomb Arrows and Water Bombs, Magic Armour (598 rupees from Malo in 
    Castle Town, southeast store in central square), Howling Stone/Golden Wolf 
    Hidden Skills (7), Golden Bugs (24, cash in at Agitha's in Castle Town), 
    Poe Souls (57 + 3 in the Cave of Ordeals, cash in at Jovani's in Castle 
    Town), Heart Pieces (45, should have 20 full hearts in the health meter), 
    Zora Armour, Horse Call, Double Clawshots, Ball & Chain, Spinner, Gale 
    Boomerang, Lantern, Slingshot, Fishing Rod with Coral Earring, Hawkeye, 
    Ordon Sword, Master Sword, Ordon Shield, Hylian Shield, Giant Wallet (max. 
    1000 rupees), and Dominion Rod.  
    
    All set?  Warp to Castle Town and head north from the central square to 
    Hyrule Castle.  Midna will turn into some kind of spidery creature to 
    destroy the barrier around the castle using the Fused Shadows.  Grab the 
    handles of the next two doors and head forward into the last dungeon.  
    
    Technically, it's not really a dungeon, because it's pretty short after 
    the tough trials in the Palace of Twilight.  So, here's how to finish it 
    and reach Ganon.  
    
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                                     *Hyrule Castle*
    
    
    Head northwest following a stony road to a gate where a barrier appears.  
    Fight the Moblins until the road is restored, then take the northwest 
    door.  Head forward...smack into another barrier.  Geez Louise.  Defeat 
    the Moblins to break the barrier, then head through the northwest wall 
    opening and far north down the road.  Grab the chain left of the gate and 
    pull to open, then head through.  Head northeast to another barrier and in 
    the middle you'll reunite with King Bulbin, for the fourthand final time.  
    
    The fight is the same as in Gerudo Desert.  Use the Back Slice and Helm 
    Splitter attacks to defeat him, especially when his sword gets stuck.  He's 
    big and slow, so it's not a big deal.  He gives you a key.  Open the chest 
    in the north for a red rupee (worth 20, not that you'll need it now), then 
    head back into the main courtyard through the southeast door.  
    
    Head northeast and fight another mob of Moblins (he he, that cracks me up) 
    in the barrier, then head through the northeast door.  Use the Ball & Chain 
    (sorry, B&C) to knock down the towers where the Moblin Archers stand guard.  
    Head to the west middle area and ride a boar along the east wall through 
    the wooden fences all the way north.  Against the gate, face the small 
    pillars with pinwheels atop them.  Oh no, what to do, alas, without me 
    cheat sheet!  Never fear, use the boomerang on ye garden foliage (leaves, 
    mortal) to uncover a pattern.  As the Goron Merchant in Wind Waker would 
    say, most agreeable.  Follow the pattern when activating the pinwheels 
    with your boomerang to open the gate.  Open the chest here for the Dungeon 
    Map.  
    
    By the poles where you opened the gate, use your wolf senses to find a 
    digging spot and dig in to land in the Hyrule Graveyard.  If you use your 
    senses again, you'll see a bunch of ghostly swordsmen by a tree with a big 
    rock lodged in the ground.  Bomb it to reveal a switch, then step on it to 
    stop the rain from falling.  Nice trick, eh?  
    
    Light the two torches in front of the gate to open the opposite gate with 
    two owl statues.  Use the Dominion Rod to lead both statues into the gaps 
    between two stone pillars near where you dug through the ground.  Climb up 
    on the right side and hop across to the other side.  
    
    Head up and pull the chain to release the gate and open the treasure chest 
    for a key.  Midna will direct you back to the castle, so dig back through
    the spot where you entered this place, and head back to the courtyard.  
    
    Find the big building in the north center and head through the locked door.  
    Head forward to meet another barrier with Moblins and (what ho?) 
    Lizalfoses.  Defeat them to make a chest appear.  Climb the steps near it, 
    clawshot the chandelier and drop to it.  Open it for the Compass.  
    
    Clawshot more chandeliers, lowering yourself by the chain when attached to 
    target them, heading north.  Drop off on the north balcony and head through 
    the door.  Defeat the Dark Nut here and a chest appears to the north.  To 
    reach it, stand on the back ledge of the platform near the torch to the 
    west, then use your boomerang to snuff out the flame, creating an elevator 
    platform under your feet.  Reach the chest and open it for a purple rupee 
    (worth 50).  Ah, the colour of royalty.  
    
    From here, you have a choice to go left or right (known as the red carpet
    and blue carpet rooms).  It doesn't really matter which way you go, since
    you end up reaching the same area after, so I'll put both paths below in
    separate paragraphs and you, dear player, can decide where to go.  Once
    you finish either path, follow the paragraph after the red carpet one.
    
    BLUE CARPET
    Go left & through the door.  As a wolf, use your senses to see a group of 
    ghosts near the painting on the left wall.  Shoot an arrow at the ropes 
    holding it up to reveal a switch.  Shoot an arrow at it & head through the 
    next door.  Fight 2 Darknuts to continue.  The left door returns you to 
    the main room, but the right door takes you to the rooftop of the castle.  
    
    RED CARPET
    Head east from the chest and through the door, then south to the barred 
    door at the end.  Use the lantern to see and fire an arrow at the rope 
    holding the painting to the west that reveals the order to light the 
    torches in the room.  Light the torches exactly as shown, starting with 
    the one closest to the flame in the picture, following the pattern across 
    diagonally, then down to the torch right of the picture, then diagonally 
    to the last torch.  Move very quickly before the first torch burns out 
    and that should open the door.  Head through and defeat two Dinolfos to 
    unseal the doors.  Head southeast to the outside.
    
    You'll meet up with another Dragon Knight.  Defeat it using the 
    clawshot and sword as you did earlier in the game, then head southeast to 
    the tower and get the Small Key from the chest.  Head back towards the 
    door and turn left up the ramp to reach the other side of the tower where 
    a couple of friends and a falcon will save your skin.  Much obliged.  
    Open the chest ahead for the Big Key.  Climb to the center of the tower 
    and head through the north locked door.  
    
    As a wolf, use your senses and defeat the Undead Rats.  You'll notice a 
    few spirits hanging around.  Approach each one, who will guide you along 
    the safe path to a set of broken stairs.  Clear them by jumping to the 
    small broken parts, and defeat two Lizalfoses at the top to open up more 
    stairs.  Clawshot to the wall torches to ascend this set of broken stairs 
    and defeat another pair of Lizalfoses.  Use your spinner on the spinner 
    track, crossing to the parallel track to avoid spikes.  At the top, 
    defeat a Dark Nut, then using the key from the Hyrule Graveyard, enter
    the locked door at left for a major treasure haul!
    
    Exit back, save your game, then head through the boss door to meet Ganon, 
    the ultimate bad dude.  
    
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                                 *Dark Lord, Ganondorf*
    
    
    Climb the stairs to the chapel to begin the first of four phases.  Is it 
    just me or do the phases multiply as you get further in the game?  Just my 
    imagination...The first phase is a fight with Zelda, Puppet of Ganon where 
    you'll torture an effigy of your one true love.  Ah, romance.  She hovers 
    around and attacks by divebombing you (dodge it), creating a golden 
    triangle on the floor (don't stand on it), and most importantly, flinging a 
    ball of light at your head.  When this attack occurs, repel it back with 
    your sword back and forth (now this is familiar) until she gets hit.  Three 
    hits and you change phases.  
    
    Now Ganon, Dark Beast is a wolf-like creature.  This phase is arguably the 
    toughest.  There are two parts to this phase (a sub-phase if you will).  
    First, he'll run around smashing things and then disappear into a portal.  
    Stand in a relatively safe spot against the wall and aim your bow ready to 
    shoot.  Wait for a pink portal to appear and watch it to turn blue, then 
    stun the glowing orb on his head (like the Fyrus battle) with an arrow as 
    he barrels out the portal.  When stunned, slash the silver scar on his 
    body.  He may try to squash you from above, so look for his shadow on the 
    ground and avoid it at all costs.  Also, he may run around and charge at 
    you without entering a portal, so watch for that.  Continue the same 
    arrow-stun, scar-slash strategy until when you try to fire an arrow at 
    him, he disappears.  
    
    Change to wolf Link and stand in the middle of the portals.  When Ganon 
    jumps out of one, L-target, press and hold A to grab him, then fling him 
    away to stun him, giving you ample time to attack that silver scar again.  
    After a while, he will barrel out of a single portal very fast without 
    warning, so act fast and continue this strategy to move on to the third 
    phase.  
    
    Now you fight the real Ganon on Epona.  Zelda becomes your riding partner 
    (yippee-ky-yay!).  The fight is similar to the King Bulbin fight on 
    horseback when you saved Colin.  Ride close to Ganon and L-target him for 
    Zelda to stun him with a light arrow.  Once stunned, slash away with your 
    sword.  Charge a spin attack as you ride and when the time comes, unleash 
    it to deal major damage.  Avoid the phantoms that Ganon unleashes or 
    you'll be knocked off Epona and have to mount her again.  
    
    After a while, you'll enter the final phase with Dark Lord, Ganondorf in 
    a good old-fashioned swordfight.  The shield becomes pretty useless here, 
    so use the Back Slice religiously and backflip or sidestep to avoid 
    Ganon's mighty sword attack.  If he leaps into the air, roll to avoid his 
    squashing bod.  If you press A at the right moment, you may be lucky 
    enough to engage in a close-up game of arm wrestling with your swords 
    clashing.  It's very climactic and stressful, so keep pressing A if that 
    happens.  Once Ganon is down but not out, perform an Ending Blow to finish 
    him off.  
    
    It's a great fight, very fun, and you'll complete the game.  Enjoy the 
    amazing final cinema where you'll meet Midna in her human form.  She's 
    gorgeous (as if there was any doubt).  The cinema continues over the end 
    credits and finishes off afterwards, so stay tuned for a shocking finale!  
    This is without a doubt the most satisfying, extraordinary final cinema 
    out of the Zelda series.  Congratulations on beating Twilight Princess.  
    Hope you enjoyed the game and this walkthrough!
    
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                                *Heart Pieces*
    
    
    45 Heart Pieces are scattered throughout the lands, acquired in dungeons, in 
    hidden locations, and by completing various quests. Again, these are 
    incorporated in my walkthrough, but here is a checklist in chronological 
    order.  
     
     
    1) Where: Faron Province, the northeast red dot on the map  
    How: In the cave, light the two torches by the chest to make another one 
    appear.  
     
    2) Where: Forest Temple, room with eater plants and Spider Bombs  
    How: Toss a Spider Bomb into its mouth after getting the Small Key from the 
    plant enemy.  
     
    3) Where: Forest Temple, room with tile enemies  
    How: With the Gale Boomerang in hand, snuff out the two lit torches to drop 
    the stairs, revealing a chest.  
     
    4) Where: Hyrule Field, take the cliff path (north from Ordon Province) to a 
    fork with a tree stuck in its way  
    How: Use the boomerang to target it on the limbs of the tree.  
     
    5) Where: Hyrule Field, ride to the southwest corner of Eldin Province  
    How: Find a small series of jagged rock pillars. On the tallest pier, use the 
    boomerang to retrieve it.  
     
    6) Where: Ordon Village, Ranch  
    How: Talk to Fado 2x to begin yet another game of goat herding. This doesn't 
    require much more skill than before, however there is a time limit. Herd 20 
    goats in three minutes.  
     
    7) Where: Goron Mines, big magnetic ceiling room two rooms after Gor Amoto  
    How: Head to the northeast to find a chest below you. Drop when you have safe 
    ground below and open it.  
     
    8) Where: Goron Mines, Beamos room  
    How: At the west end, climb the magnetic wall to the fork and go left, 
    dropping to a chest.  
     
    9) Where: Kakariko Village, Target Practice Mini-Game  
    How: Shoot the red & white targets, then the pole atop the Highest Building 
    to receive it from Malo. For hints on winning, see my walkthrough or my Mini-
    Games page.  
     
    10) Where: Kakariko Village, need Bombs  
    How: On the west side by the road to Hyrule Field is a cracked wall with a 
    boulder smooshed in there. Use a bomb to obliterate it, then enter the tunnel 
    revealed. Climb to a ledge situated above the spring and (Geronimo) jump in. 
    Sink to the bottom with your Iron Boots and open the chest  
     
    11) Where: Kakariko Village  
    How: Look above the tunnel that you just blew open (in # 10 above) to see 
    another boulder higher up. Use a Bomb Arrow (combine the two items) and fire 
    it to blow another rock. Use your boomerang to claim it.  
     
    12) Where: Hyrule Field  
    How: Ride north out of Kakariko Village and look for two boulders and a ramp 
    on the right. Dismount and bomb the boulders, then climb the ramp to the top, 
    jumping the gap. Climb the ivy wall to the top and head to the ledge. Use a 
    Bomb Arrow to blow the boulder across the gap. Jump over and climb more ivy 
    to the top. Look down and north to see a chest. Jump down to it.  
     
    13) Where: Lake Hylia  
    How: Head northwest to Fyer's shop. Speak with him and pay 10 rupees to be 
    launched to upper Lake Hylia. Enter the door to reach the Flight-by-Fowl 
    mini-game. Talk to Falbi, another clown, to play. Save here in case you mess 
    up countlessly and you can reset without losing rupees. Pick up a cuckoo and 
    stand on the edge. Use your point-of-view camera to spot the multi-tiered 
    platform below. Your aim is to reach the high tier that is not spinning 
    around. When you fly out, ignore the big rupees in the sky as they only 
    distract from the bigger prize. Speed up and slow down continuously and use 
    the C-stick to keep a bird's eye view of the platform. The lower you are to 
    the chest, the likely you will drop to it, so make sure you're close enough 
    when you land. If you land on the right tier, open the chest.  
     
    14) Where: Upper Zora's River, Fishing Pond  
    How: Rent a lure rod and canoe for 20 rupees. Direct your canoe north and 
    spot it on the rock structure. Use your lure rod to reel it in for the 
    taking.  
     
    15) Where: Hyrule Castle Town, west side  
    How: Talk to the man in the robe, who is a priest soliciting donations. 
    Donate a total of 1000 rupees (not necessarily at once) for the piece.  
     
    16) Where: Lakebed Temple, central staircase room  
    How: Take the stairs up and look up at the chandelier. Clawshot one of its 
    surrounding targets to pull yourself up. Open the chest.  
     
    17) Where: Lakebed Temple, central staircase room  
    How: Head to the lower east side using the clawshot on the ivy and pull the 
    handle there. Follow the new current to the east door and head through it. 
    Follow the water east to another door. At the south end is a bridge. Activate 
    the switch there to open the south gates. Defeat the Lizalfos that appears 
    and stand on the switch again to open the gates further. Clawshot to the 
    target behind the gates to fly through before they close. Open the chest.  
     
    18) Where: Lake Hylia, Lanayru's Spring  
    How: Head west to the end of the path and look south to the ivy. Clawshot to 
    it and climb up to the top. Head through the door to the south. Light the two 
    torches with your Lantern. Open the chest that appears.  
     
    19) Where: Lake Hylia, cave south of the Howling Stone  
    How: Navigate the cave (for directions, see Lakebed Temple section of 
    walkthrough), light two torches by the third Poe Soul and open the chest.  
     
    20) Where: Lake Hylia, head towards Fyer's place and howl by the Bird Grass 
    to the south, following the notes as prompted, to summon Plumm  
    How: He will take you to Zora's River and along the way, you'll collect fruit 
    scattered around the area for points (watermelons= 1, oranges= 3, 
    strawberries= 10). The goal is 10 000 points, however there is a great 
    strategy involved in racking up points. Concentrate on hitting as many 
    strawberries in a row as you can to double your points  
     
    21) Where: Death Mountain (from Kakariko Village road)  
    How: Go north and use a Goron to launch up, have the second one launch you 
    west to the ledge, head north, hugging the wall along the narrow ledge to a 
    cave at left, open the chest  
     
    22) Where: Kakariko Gorge, bomb the boulder to the south and enter the cave  
    How: Go right 2x, left 2x to the Poe Soul, then go right. Light the two 
    torches and open the chest.  
     
    23) Where: Eldin Province/Hyrule Field, head northeast to the east cliff off 
    the bridge  
    How: Clawshot to the target to reach a high ledge, then head south and 
    through a cave, go south along the platform to a magnetic field. Run/jump off 
    the platform and equip the Iron Boots with good timing to attach yourself to 
    it, drop off and take the platform north to another magnetic field, attach 
    yourself to it again and drop, attach to yet another magnetic wall and drop 
    to yet another ledge, light the two torches and open the chest for an orange 
    rupee (worth 100), head south, defeat the Dodongo and open the chest near it  
     
    24) Where: Gerudo Mesa, base camp area  
    How: Head north through the gate, west up a sand dune to the barracks, north 
    some more, then east, making your way to the northeast corner where they are 
    having a pig roast. Slice the porker open (ew).  
     
    25) Where: Arbiter's Grounds, Poe chamber room  
    How: Head northeast to find a chest opposite some quicksand. Clawshot the 
    target nearby to reach it and open it.  
     
    26) Where: Arbiter's Grounds, second Spinner track room  
    How: Ride the track to the right to the end over the quicksand, then left to 
    another track, jumping right, then left, then right again onto a fourth 
    track. Jump left to a circular track which ultimately drops you off into a 
    pit. Defeat the Stalfos Knight, then climb the ramp to the east. Open the 
    chest at the top.  
     
    27) Where: Hyrule Field, warp to Castle Town and head west further into the 
    field  
    How: At the very north end is a spinner track that leads south. Ride the two 
    tracks, then you'll reach a bunch of parallel tracks that you must jump back 
    and forth between about 8x. At the end of the tracks, jump out to the ledge 
    with a chest and open it.  
     
    28) Where: Eldin Bridge, warp there and head north to the wooden bridge  
    How: Defeat the Moblins, then look west to spot a spinner track. Ride it, 
    then use your wolf senses to find a digging place in the grass at the end and 
    dig into the cave underground. Use Bomb Arrows to defeat three Stalfos 
    enemies, then open the chest that appears.  
     
    29) Where: Snowpeak Ruins  
    How: In the aviary, at the south end past the broken wall, bomb the cracked 
    floor and drop through the hole. Open the chest.  
     
    30) Where: Snowpeak Ruins  
    How: In the room adjacent to the aviary, head to the east ledge to find 
    another chandelier and rock it with the B&C, jumping east to the opposite 
    end. Defeat the Ice Warrior, then get back on the chandelier. When it stops 
    moving, look south and use the B&C on the next chandelier, jumping to it. Do 
    that again for the next chandelier, avoiding/defeating Ice Keese, then head 
    to the south ledge to find it.  
     
    31) Where: Hyrule Field  
    How: Warp to Castle Town. Head north further into Hyrule Field and look for a 
    cliff with a path through it. Take the south path at the fork around the 
    cliff to the east side (on the map, it's the northwest part) to a boulder 
    blocking a cave. Bomb it and enter. This is an awesome hidden mini-game. Use 
    the B&C to destroy the ice block ahead and enter a more complicated game of 
    block sliding. You'll go through three puzzles. See walkthrough or Games 
    section for help on the puzzles. Head north to the chest after completing 
    them.  
     
    32) Where: Kakariko Village/Hyrule Field  
    How: Outside Malo Mart, talk to the elder Goron who asks you to bring a jug 
    of Hot Spring Water to the Goron on the west bridge in Hyrule Field from 
    Castle Town. You'll have to carry it on foot as you start in the field. Carry 
    it west all the way to the bridge with the Goron, avoiding the Leevers that 
    appear in the field. L-Target the Goron and toss the water on him to revive 
    him.  
     
    33) Where: Snowpeak Ruins  
    How: Warp there and head west to Yeto and Yeta. Beat them both in two 
    successive snowboard races to win.  
     
    34) Where: Sacred Grove  
    How: Bomb the stone boulder in the middle and use your senses to dig 
    underground where the boulder sat. Defeat the Deku Babas in the cave below. 
    Open the chest that appears.  
     
    35) Where: Temple of Time  
    How: In the red light/green light room, use the Rod to move the Guardian 
    Statue and head north into a wall. Have the statue surpass the wall barrier, 
    then release control and shoot the switch on the high west wall. If the 
    statue was close enough, it will be on the north side now. Control it onto 
    the switch opposite the electric barrier, then release control and get on the 
    other side. Open the chest at north.  
     
    36) Where: Temple of Time  
    How: Head through to the chapel. Defeat the Skulltulas, then head south. On 
    the west wall, a gate closes off a ledge. Control a mini-statue and move it 
    north to the ledge onto a switch. Release control, then toss a mini-statue in 
    the south-center area onto the southeast ledge and activate another switch. 
    Open the chest that appears to the east.  
     
    37) Where: Temple of Time  
    How: After defeating the boss, head south down the stairs and to the south 
    end. Use the Rod to control the statue in the southeast corner. Open the 
    chest behind it.  
     
    38) Where: Hidden Village  
    How: As a wolf, talk to the cucco near the Howling Stone who will open up a 
    cute game of hide 'n' seek with the old lady's resident cats. There are 20 to 
    find, most of whom are in the open, though some are cleverly hidden. Search 
    all the alleys and buildings. One cat is found by clawshotting the webbing 
    hanging over the horse trough (so Rio Bravo) to the southeast. Dash/jump to 
    the southwest building and through the window to the cat. Another is in a 
    barrel in that same area. A running total is kept on the screen and a cat 
    will tell you if you already talked to it. Once you finish, talk to the cucco 
    and then collect your reward in front of Impaz's house.  
     
    39) Where: Eldin Bridge, Hyrule Field  
    How: After restoring power to your Dominion Rod, warp to Eldin Bridge. After 
    getting the piece of the Sky Book, control the statue to move south to the 
    bridge. On the west side is a gap with a ladder. Drop the statue into the 
    gap, positioning it roughly in the middle, then use it to jump to the ladder, 
    avoiding or defeating the Moblin Archer nearby. Open the chest atop the 
    ladder.  
     
    40) Where: South Faron Woods  
    How: After collecting a piece of the Sky Book, control the statue to move all 
    the way south to the end of the bridge. Release control, then climb the 
    boulder and use Midna's jump as a wolf to the top passage, then west into 
    Faron Woods. Open the chest here.  
     
    41) Where: City in the Sky  
    How: In the room with the Giant Deku Baba, defeat it and the big (though not 
    compared to the giant one) Deku Babas, then clawshot the target on the high 
    west ceiling, then quickly clawshot to the ivy north above you. Drop down 
    from there and climb the ledge east, then slowly navigate it, defeating the 
    Keese with arrows. Open the chest about halfway for more arrows, then 
    continue, defeating a big Deku Baba at the end. Defeat the Keese ahead, then 
    grab the edge of the next ledge too narrow to walk and edge your way across. 
    Defeat the Big Deku Baba, then open the chest it guarded.  
     
    42) Where: City in the Sky  
    How: In the spacious room with no walls and a big series of Peahats, clawshot 
    the closest Peahat, then use L-targeting to latch onto the next several 
    Peahats. On the fourth one, look southwest and follow a new series of Peahats 
    to the ledge, then drop and head through the door there. Open the chest on 
    the ledge.  
     
    43) Where: Kakariko Gorge/Hyrule Field  
    How: Warp to Kakariko Gorge. Head to the west end with a few rock spires. On 
    the south side, look for a target and clawshot it, then to another on the 
    opposite side, then to the ivy. Climb up and right to a chest.  
     
    44) Where: Palace of Twilight  
    How: Two rooms after getting the first Sol, head west to the passage through 
    the fog carrying the Sol, then drop the Sol and clawshot the target by a 
    chest, opening it.  
     
    45) Where: Palace of Twilight  
    How: After getting the Light Sword, head east to the first room. The Light 
    Sword cuts the fog so you can navigate it as human Link. Take the southeast 
    elevator platform to a chest and open it.
    
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                                *Golden Bugs*
    
    
    Throughout the game you will find a total of 24 golden bugs of different 
    species and two genders. Below is a checklist of each bug and where/how to 
    find them. All instructions are taken right from my walkthrough, listed 
    chronologically.  
     
     
    1) Male Beetle  
    Where: Hyrule Field  
    How: Head north from Ordon Province and follow the path north to see a cliff 
    at right and a tree below at left. Head towards the tree and spot a little 
    glow on its trunk. Catch this one by picking it off the tree with A or if it 
    gets by you, slowly approach it and press A.  
     
    2) Female Beetle  
    Where: Hyrule Field  
    How: Keep heading east (from the cliff path north from Ordon Province), then 
    left at the north fork to a pond. On the northern most tree on the eastward 
    cliff is a second Golden Bug. Use the boomerang to bring it in.  
     
    3) Female Pill Bug  
    Where: Hyrule Field  
    How: Remaining in Eldin Province, just before the bridge in front of you 
    coming out of Kakariko's southwest exit, head left of the bridge to a tree 
    surrounded by flowery shrubs. Search the grass carefully to find that special 
    golden glow and pick it up.  
     
    4) Male Pill Bug  
    Where: Hyrule Field  
    How: Cross the bridge north from Kakariko and halt just on its other side. In 
    the left corner (facing Kakariko) of the bridge is the bug.  
     
    5) Male Ant  
    Where: Kakariko Village  
    How: Head east behind Renado's house to the graveyard. In the northeast under 
    a tree is the bug.  
     
    6) Female Ant  
    Where: Kakariko Village  
    How: To the east, look for the third house going north (it's the one without 
    boards across the door). It lurks lazily on the floor here.  
     
    7) Male Grasshopper  
    Where: Hyrule Field  
    How: Ride north from Kakariko Village until you come across some gross green 
    enemies called Leevers popping up from the ground. Head east until you see 
    the road become grass and spot a golden glow.  
     
    8) Female Grasshopper  
    Where: Hyrule Field  
    How: Ride to the northwest from Kakariko Village near the edge of the field 
    to find the it in the wide expanse.  
     
    9) Male Phasmid  
    Where: Hyrule Field  
    How: Ride to the northeast to Eldin Bridge and take it across. On the inside 
    wall on the east side is the bug. Collect it with your boomerang.  
     
    10) Female Phasmid  
    Where: Hyrule Field  
    How: Head northeast to Eldin Bridge, across, then east to find a boulder. 
    Bomb it to get rupees, then stand on the wreckage site and look east on the 
    wall to spot the bug. Bring it down with your boomerang.  
     
    11) Male Mantis  
    Where: Lake Hylia  
    How: Pay Fyer 10 rupees to be launched up. Leave Falbi's shop through the 
    door to reach the Great Bridge. At the north end of it, defeat any enemies in 
    your way and on the inside of the north arch, look east to see a Golden Bug. 
    Use your boomerang to collect it.  
     
    12) Female Mantis  
    Where: Lake Hylia  
    How: At the south end of the same bridge as # 11 (Great Bridge), look along 
    the rock structures at right for the golden bug. Use your boomerang to collect 
    it.  
     
    13) Male Dragonfly  
    Where:  Upper Zora's River, off the entrance from Hyrule Field  
    How:  Jump down to the water and swim east to the shore. Climb the ramp to 
    find it.  
     
    14) Female Dragonfly  
    Where: Upper Zora's River  
    How: Outside the fishing place, head east to another shack and over the water 
    in front facing west is a golden bug floating over the water. Use your 
    boomerang to haul it in.  
     
    15) Male Butterfly  
    Where: Hyrule Field  
    How: Look for a path south of the bridge to Castle Town and ride it near the 
    exit to this area to a patch of flowers by the road.  
     
    16) Male Stag Beetle  
    Where: Hyrule Field  
    How: Ride Epona north from the Castle Town bridge. Take the road east to a 
    fork with a rock and a tree nearby. On the south side of the tree is the bug. 
    Use your boomerang to collect it.  
     
    17) Female Stag Beetle  
    Where: Hyrule Field  
    How: After collecting # 16, ride towards the cliff at north and take the 
    south end of the road to a big clearing. At west is a cave that is not of 
    much concern right now. Above and left of the cave, bring her down with your 
    boomerang.  
     
    18) Female Ladybug  
    Where: Hyrule Field, south exit from Castle Town  
    How: Look at the plants on the west side of the steps.  
     
    19) Male Ladybug  
    Where: Hyrule Field, south exit from Castle Town  
    How: On the east side of the field itself is a tall structure with flowers 
    and lots of crow enemies (in Zelda language, Guays) and the bug.  
     
    20) Female Butterly  
    Where: West Hyrule Field (take exit from Castle Town)  
    How: On the west side, look north of the path to Lake Hylia for a high ledge 
    with ivy surrounding it. Clawshot the ivy and climb up to find and capture 
    it.  
     
    21) Female Dayfly  
    Where: Gerudo Mesa  
    How: Head east from the Cave of Ordeals to two parallel trenches. Search the 
    northernmost one. Use the boomerang to bring it in.  
     
    22) Male Dayfly  
    Where: Gerudo Mesa  
    How: Head east from #21 above, hugging the south wall until you reach a 
    wooden gate. Head northeast from this point to find it.  
     
    23) Male Snail  
    Where: Temple of Time, Sacred Grove  
    How: After fighting the Skull Kid, take the ramp to a stone block at right. 
    Push it off the ledge, then drop off to the balcony. Drop down the hole there 
    and head towards the doorway. Above it, use your boomerang to bring it down.  
     
    24) Female Snail  
    Where: Temple of Time  
    How: Head down the stairs and look right of the staircase on the wall
    
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                                 *Poe Souls*
    
    
    In Castle Town, you'll encounter a spirit named Jovani whose soul has been 
    broken up and scattered across the lands. All souls are captured using your 
    wolf Senses and defeating the ghost that holds it. It must be nighttime to 
    capture them. The first soul is found right in his very home, which you will 
    collect following the walkthrough. The others are found throughout the game, 
    and are all included in the walkthrough. This is a checklist for all 60 Poe 
    Souls with minor details on location, listed in chronological order.  
     
     
    1) Castle Town, Jovani's House  
     
    2) Lake Hylia, cave south of the Howling Stone  
     
    3) Lake Hylia, cave south of the Howling Stone  
     
    4) Lake Hylia, cave south of the Howling Stone  
     
    5) Lake Hylia, west of the cave from #2-4 at the stone tower  
     
    6) Lake Hylia, warp to the portal and from there, head southeast over the 
    bridge, and dash/jump across the platforms to the south plateau  
     
    7) Lake Hylia, at the far east end, on the south ledge by the grass  
     
    8) Lake Hylia, fly from Falbi's perch and turn either way to find a ledge 
    down a cliff under Falbi's place  
     
    9) Lake Hylia, fly from Falbi's perch outwards to the tiered platform and try 
    to aim around the second tier from the bottom, though I find it's best to 
    land above it and CAREFULLY drop to the tier. Be very cautious in fighting 
    this one as you are treading a very narrow ledge  
     
    10) Upper Zora's River, head to the south area with a big hill, it sits atop 
    it  
     
    11) Zora's Domain, from the warp portal, follow the current to the waterfall 
    and down, climb out to the east shore and go south up the hill, following it 
    around north to find it  
     
    12) Zora's Domain, swim to the west shore from #11 and head north, performing 
    several Midna jumps to a ledge behind the waterfall  
     
    13) Kakariko Village, on the second level of the Bomb Shop to find one by the 
    wreckage you made earlier  
     
    14) Kakariko Village, climb the ramp to the northeast from #13 and find it by 
    the Highest Building  
     
    15) Kakariko Village- head east to the graveyard, push the first gravestone 
    to your right  
     
    16) Kakariko Village- lurking about freely in the middle of the graveyard
     
    17) Death Mountain- climb the north path and use the Goron to be propelled up 
    the cliff, using the second Goron you find, launch westwards to another ledge 
    and head south from there  
     
    18) North Faron Woods- warp there, head east to the next area and keep going 
    east to a dock with the purple fog ahead, jump along with Midna south, then 
    east all the way to a hollowed-out tree  
     
    19) Kakariko Gorge- warp there, head south, bomb the boulder, heading into a 
    new cave, go right 2x, then left 2x to find it  
     
    20) Kakariko Gorge- from #19 above, head west, then north up the cliff, by 
    the tree off a fence  
     
    21) Faron Province/Hyrule Field- head southwest from Kakariko Gorge, go north 
    of the pond by the edge of a cliff  
     
    22) Lake Hylia- head northwest from Faron Province, take the winding path to 
    the bridge on the south side to spot one high up, use bomb arrows on the two 
    boulders atop the cliffs to the south, clawshot to one target, then the 
    other, and to a third further west on a cliff  
     
    23) Lanayru Province/Hyrule Field- warp to Castle Town, head southwest to a 
    stony road with a dead end (looks like an ancient Greek theatre), on the 
    right side  
     
    24) Lanayru Province/Hyrule Field- head north from #23 above, find the stone 
    bridge in the middle area, defeat the two Lizalfos first  
     
    25) Lanayru Province/Hyrule Field- head west of the bridge from #24 above to 
    the edge of the area with three trees and tall grass, use your Senses to find 
    a digging place in the grass and enter the cave underground, defeat the Deku 
    Babas, then nab both  
     
    26) Lanayru Province/Hyrule Field- see #25  
     
    27) Eldin Bridge/Hyrule Field- warp to Castle Town, head into the marketplace 
    and out the east exit, on the bridge  
     
    28) Lanayru Province/Hyrule Field- head through Castle Town's south exit, 
    look on the west side of the stairs  
     
    29) Gerudo Mesa- on a northern cliff, just east of the fences, clawshot to 
    the tree west of it, then head north  
     
    30) Gerudo Mesa- just under #29 above, use your Senses to find and dig into a 
    hole, defeat both  
     
    31) Gerudo Mesa- see #30 above  
     
    32) Gerudo Mesa- warp to the portal here, near the Cave of Ordeals  
     
    33) Gerudo Mesa- head to the southeast area in a corner by the south wall, by 
    the big rock  
     
    34) Gerudo Mesa- head west from the Golden Wolf, lurking near the end of the 
    path  
     
    35) Gerudo Mesa- head back into the base camp after fighting Bulbin, search 
    the wreckage where Bulbin emerged  
     
    36) Gerudo Mesa- head up the stairs to the tall building, the Arbiter's 
    Grounds, before entering look left once up the stairs to find it in a small 
    area west of the door  
     
    37) Arbiter's Grounds- in the chamber where the Poes stole the flames, wait 
    until he glows blue before fighting it  
     
    38) Arbiter's Grounds- in the room after using the pillar to reach the 
    ceiling, a Poe plays lantern on the west wall, defeat it when it glows blue  
     
    39) Arbiter's Grounds- in the room after the boarded up alcoves, head around 
    the corners, carefully avoiding the quicksand pits, defeat the melee of 
    enemies that comes your way, then follow the scent that leads into the floor, 
    dig at the spot to uncover a chain and pull it back to open up the south wall  
     
    40) Arbiter's Grounds- mini-boss fight with last Poe  
     
    41) Snowpeak- west of the first snowdrift, head south  
     
    42) Snowpeak- follow the scent trail west up to a cliff, head left to reach 
    the top, then keep going left against the scent to find it near a tree at the 
    far end  
     
    43) Snowpeak- follow the scent to another cliff, at north is a small platform 
    with trees, jump down to it, at the southern tree  
     
    44) Snowpeak- after reaching the Ruins, head back south to a hill and climb 
    it to the top  
     
    45) Snowpeak Ruins- first area at north in the middle  
     
    46) Snowpeak Ruins- with the ball & chain, in the front hall, destroy the 
    armory  
     
    47) Snowpeak Ruins- in the room after the chandelier jumping, defeat the 
    Freezards with your B&C, then destroy the ice pieces on the east wall to 
    uncover it  
     
    48) Snowpeak- warp to the portal and head northeast through a cave, near the 
    east side are two ice blocks, use the B&C to destroy them and uncover it  
     
    49) Sacred Grove- north of the warp portal at the top of the stairs  
     
    50) Sacred Grove- bomb the stone boulder in the middle  
     
    51) Sacred Grove- at the end of the tunnel behind the waterfall, climb up to 
    the platform above the tunnel  
     
    52) Temple of Time- Climb the stuck scale, then to a pillar nearby, clawshot 
    to the target at south above the bell and drop down, head to the west to find 
    a spinner track along the wall, take it clockwise, hopping off at the end 
    before hitting a wall, head to the south corner to find it  
     
    53) Temple of Time- head west with the statue and smash the golden gate to 
    find it  
     
    54) Temple of Time- after defeating the boss, use the Rod to find one behind 
    a statue in the southwest  
     
    55) Hidden Village- clawshot the webbing at west and search the north end of 
    the building, appears only after finishing the pussycat hide 'n' seek game  
     
    56) City in the Sky- in the outdoor room with the Peahats and walls, clawshot 
    the peahat by the small island with a tree and drop to it  
     
    57) City in the Sky- just before the dungeon boss, cross the ropes to the 
    eastern platform as wolf Link  
     
    58) Cave of Ordeals- on the 17th floor  
     
    59) Cave of Ordeals- on the 33rd floor  
     
    60) Cave of Ordeals- on the 44th floor
    
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                       *Howling Stones & Hidden Skills*
    
    
    Link's sword skills are nice, but there are even better moves out there. 
    Hence, the role of the Golden Wolf who appears throughout the game to teach 
    you these moves as the Warrior. He first appears on the way to the Forest 
    Temple, but afterwards it is up to you to find the Howling Stones that summon 
    him and then to find the Golden Wolf as he appears on your map. All of these 
    things are included in my walkthrough, but as a checklist, here are their 
    locations and descriptions of the Hidden Skills you learn.  
    
    Please be aware that the list below is in chronological order according to
    my walkthrough and that the Hidden Skills can be learned in any order based
    on when you activate a Howling Stone--for example: if you missed the Death
    Mountain Howling stone and activate the Lake Hylia one, you will learn the
    Shield Attack Hidden Skill there, and will learn the Back Slice at the
    next Howling Stone you activate.  It is recommended that you activate the
    Howling Stones in the following order as described in the walkthrough.
     
     
    1) Howling Stone: N/A  
    Golden Wolf: Encountered on the way to the Forest Temple  
    Hidden Skill: Ending Blow  
    Description: When an enemy lays down but not dead, L-Target and press A to 
    deliver the blow.  
     
    2) Howling Stone: Death Mountain, after getting the 14th tear, to the 
    northeast  
    Golden Wolf: In Ordon Province, in the west pond area off the north road from 
    the village  
    Hidden Skill: Shield Attack  
    Description: Press R to lunge with the shield while L-targeting and 
    temporarily stun an enemy, then slash with the sword.  
     
    3) Howling Stone: Lake Hylia, after getting the 9th bug, cross the river to 
    the north on a small hill  
    Golden Wolf: In Hyrule Field, north of the Castle Town bridge.  
    Hidden Skill: Back Slice  
    Description: Roll around an enemy and press A to slash its backside.  
     
    4) Howling Stone: Faron Province, near the entrance to the Forest Temple, 
    take the ramp and do several Midna jumps, cross the bridges and ropes  
    Golden Wolf: Take the south exit from Castle Town to Hyrule Field, on the 
    west side after taking the stairs.  
    Hidden Skill: Helm Splitter  
    Description: Use a Shield Attack, then press A to leap over the enemy and 
    attack its back to possibly shatter its armour.  
     
    5) Howling Stone: Lake Hylia, warp and take the southwest bridge up the 
    ladder and north  
    Golden Wolf: Gerudo Mesa, at the northwest Moblin camp, climb the steps north 
    up the cliff and look west.  
    Hidden Skill: Mortal Draw  
    Description: With your sword tucked away, wait for an enemy to draw near and 
    pull out your sword to deal a blow most mortal.  
     
    6) Howling Stone: Snowpeak, after creating a ramp from a snowdrift, follow 
    the reekfish scent trail  
    Golden Wolf: Kakariko Village, in the graveyard to the east  
    Hidden Skill: Jump Attack  
    Description: Increases strength of regular jump attack. Press and hold A, 
    then release.  
     
    7) Howling Stone: Hidden Village, in the southern-most building on the east 
    side, smash a window, then clawshot the webbing up high, and drop through the 
    east window.  
    Golden Wolf: Castle Town, in the central square, head north to the gates of 
    Hyrule Castle  
    Hidden Skill: Great Spin  
    Description: Increases strength of regular spin attack when powered up. Hold 
    B and release as usual. Must have full health meter to execute.
    
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                        *Boss & Mini-Boss Strategies*
    
    Below you'll find a chronological list of bosses and mini-bosses with 
    specific fighting strategies as copied directly from my walkthrough. You'll 
    also find my traditional star meter that ranks the difficulty of each fight 
    (see scale below).  
     
    Difficulty Level:  
    *- easy  
    **- fair  
    ***- hard  
    ****- very hard  
    *****- whoa, mama!
    
    
    Ook (a baboon)
    Where: Forest Temple  
    How: First, defeat all the big Deku Babas in front of you, then approach the 
    series of pillars. The Baboon uses a boomerang as its only weapon, jumping 
    from pillar to pillar. When it stops on one, bang into it to knock him off-
    balance and he gets hit by his own boomerang. When he lands, slash with your 
    sword. Continue this strategy until he bails. Reward: Gale Boomerang  
    Difficulty: *
    
    
    Diababa, Twilit Parasite  
    Where: Forest Temple  
    How: This fight works in two stages. First, stay safely out of range of the 
    big Deku Baba heads and use the boomerang to target first a Spider Bomb, then 
    a head to fed it the TNT. Repeat on the other head to move into stage two 
    where a giant head (I guess those other "heads" were like hands) appears. 
    Target the head and avoid its slime attack until the Baboon appears. You can 
    never trust a monkey...except him. He carries a Spider Bomb and swings across 
    the area on a rope. Target the bomb, then the Diababa head to make booming 
    contact. The eye is exposed (ew) on the ground where you can perform your 
    fencing techniques (um, slash it).  
    Reward: Heart Container, Fused Shadow  
    Difficulty: * 1/2
    
    
    King Bulbin, Part I  
    Where: Kakariko Village, Hyrule Field  
    How: Ride north and over the gate to chase King Bulbin into Hyrule Field. The 
    first round involves catching up with the big guy, who is easily noticeable. 
    The best strategy here is to push the limit of Epona's speed by using up all 
    the spurs that appear on the screen. While riding towards Bulbin, take out 
    your sword and charge up a spin attack. When you're close to Bulbin, release 
    the attack for a major wallop. When the spurs run out, you will slow down, 
    but keep your eyes on Bulbin so you can catch up again when the spurs charge 
    up. When he's "defeated" (not really), he rides to Eldin Bridge in the 
    northeast. Follow him there to enter a second phase. Charge with Epona as 
    fast as possible towards Bulbin as he charges towards you along the bridge. 
    At the last possible second, move to either side of Bulbin and slash with 
    your sword. This may take a couple more tries, but it's not too difficult. 
    You can also try charging up a spin attack if you want. It takes a couple of 
    trips across the bridge, but eventually Bulbin falls off into the abyss, 
    miraculously surviving to return later.  
    Reward: Saves Colin, nothing material  
    Difficulty: * 1/2
    
    
    Dangoro (a big Goron)
    Where: Goron Mines  
    How: The name means absolutely nothing...nah, just kidding, he's huge. And that 
    factors into this fight. Wait until he tries to hit you, then slash with your 
    sword. Avoid the edges of the disc that may tip and send you flying into the 
    hot stuff. Keep it up until he rolls up into a ball, then it's time to party. 
    Get to the edge of the disc and equip the Iron Boots. Like the sumo wrestling 
    games before, press A when prompted to lift and toss him into the lava. 
    Repeat this until he gives in.  
    Reward: Hero's Bow  
    Difficulty: * 1/2
    
    
    Fyrus, Twilit Igniter  
    Where: Goron Mines  
    How: Basically a hyped-up King Kong (or maybe Donkey Kong?). This battle is 
    fought within a single phase, but requires two important items to be used. 
    Run to a temporarily safe spot and shoot an arrow at the glowing eye on 
    Fyrus. Find the handle on his shackles and pick it up. Equip the Iron Boots 
    and pull the chain to trip him up. Lastly, run to his exposed eye and slash 
    with your sword to deal damage. Repeat this pattern until he reverts back to 
    Darbus, his true self.  
    Reward: Fused Shadow, Heart Container  
    Difficulty: * 1/2  
     
     
    Shadow Kargaroc/Bulbin Archer
    Where: Lake Hylia  
    How: He shoots arrows at you while flying, so dodge them while attacking the 
    bird when it swoops close to you. Avoid its claw grasp, then defeat the lone 
    Moblin when the bird retreats.  
    Reward: Nada, nothing, zilch, and zero  
    Difficulty: *  
     
     
    Twilit Bloat/Parasite Queen (a Queen bug)
    Where: Lake Hylia  
    How: Warp with Midna to Lake Hylia. Swim into the middle of the lake after 
    the short cinema. Use the four little platforms, the biggest one being the 
    most sturdy and spacious, to stay above water and keep your senses on at all 
    times, reactivating them if you are hit. Dodge her electrically-charged 
    attacks and when it stops temporarily, use a jump attack to latch on and bite 
    as much as you can chew. After some more dodging of deep water attacks, 
    continue the same pattern until it flips on its back, helpless. Show no mercy 
    and stand on the belly, using Midna's charge to get all six legs at once to 
    get the last tear.  
    Reward: 16th Tear  
    Difficulty: *  
     
     
    King Bulbin, Part II  
    Where: Hyrule Field, bridge from Castle Town  
    How: The spin attack is less effective here as he has donned a shield in each 
    arm. Chaaaaarge! Use Epona to ride forward a bit (not too close to Bulbin) 
    and fire an arrow at him between the shields, then head past him and repeat 
    this process until another one bites the dust.  
    Reward: Gate Keys (to Kakariko Village)  
    Difficulty: * (Bulbin), ** (carriage ride)  
     
     
    Deku Toad (a big frog)
    Where: Lakebed Temple  
    How: Concentrate on obliterating the melee of tadpoles, then the frog will 
    try to squash you from the ceiling, so roll out of the way of his shadow. If 
    he hits the floor instead of you, attack his tongue with your sword. When his 
    mouth is open in a croak, try firing a bomb arrow to stun it again and go 
    crazy on that tongue. He will then unleash a mob of tadpoles, and you'll 
    repeat the same routine.  
    Reward: Clawshot  
    Difficulty: **  
     
     
    Morpheel, Twilit Aquatic  
    Where: Lakebed Temple  
    How: Use the iron boots to sink down. Of course there are two phases to this 
    fight. First, use the clawshot to target and hit the eyeball to bring it in 
    and pummel it with your sword. As for Morpheel's attacks, you can safely 
    ignore the bomb fish as they just distract from the goal. If you need to 
    avoid an attack, you can remove the iron boots to swim out of range. Once 
    you've hit the eyeball enough, phase two begins with Morpheel swimming 
    around. Swim after him sans iron boots (like it's possible to swim with them 
    on!) and try to keep tabs on him by L-targeting the eye on the, ew, back of 
    his head. Once close, use the clawshot to pull yourself to it and slash away. 
    Avoid his big fat maw that can swallow you up and this phase is pretty 
    doable.  
    Reward: Fused Shadow, Heart Container  
    Difficulty: **
    
    
    Skull Kid  
    Where: Sacred Grove  
    How: This fight can be super annoying if you get lost. Defeat the Deku 
    Golems that 
    appear, however they will reappear continuously, so fight them only if they 
    entrap you. Follow the Skull Kid through the new cave, then go left up a 
    tunnel. Listen for the song he plays on his flute (Saria's Song to Zelda 
    veterans). Climb the ledge left to find him, and attack if possible. Follow 
    the new tunnel and to the pool area and head between the waterfalls through 
    another tunnel. Follow the path through another tunnel to a second pool. Swim 
    to the waterfall in back and swim through another hidden tunnel. Climb the 
    platforms behind that and attack the Skull Kid quickly before he runs. Now, 
    retrace your steps to the first pool area and another tunnel is opened at 
    right. You'll spot the Skull Kid atop a stone structure out of reach. Head 
    through the tunnel at left behind him to a series of ledges. Jump across, 
    then take a path made of a very long branch. Follow another tunnel to find 
    the Skull Kid and whack him. Follow him through a new tunnel that emerges in 
    the stone structure. Drop down to corner the Skull Kid in a more narrow area. 
    The second phase begins here with the Skull Kid teleporting a la Wizzrobe 
    while summoning more annoying Deku Golems. Use Midna's charge on the Golems 
    and wait for the Skull Kid to start blowing his horn to summon more Golems to 
    attack. He gets quicker, so keep attacking when he's about to blow the horn. 
    Three hits and he's down for the count.  
    Reward: Master Sword  
    Difficulty: ** (more for annoyance than difficulty)  
     
     
    King Bulbin, Part III  
    Where: Gerudo Mesa  
    How: Dodge his charges and use Back Slice or Helm Splitter moves as best you 
    can.  
    Reward: Poe Soul (inside the ruins of the fight area)  
    Difficulty: * 1/2  
     
     
    Poe  
    Where: Arbiter's Grounds  
    How: The Poe splits into four versions, one being real, the others fake. Wait 
    until they stop spinning around you and just before they (it?) attacks, look 
    for the Poe that glows blue and attack it.  
    Reward: Poe Soul  
    Difficulty: *
    
    
    Death Sword (a big Stalfos)
    Where: Arbiter's Grounds  
    How: You must be wolf Link and use your senses to see him (after all, he's 
    dead). When he goes to attack, dodge it and his sword will (*giggle*) get 
    caught in the ground. When he glows blue, attack with malice. Of course, that 
    is only phase one. After that, he becomes more alive (if that's even 
    possible), so turn back to human Link and use arrows to attack while dodging 
    his own projectile attacks. Once you hit him, he spins around, so dodge that 
    until the sword again gets stuck in the ground. Attack with your sword like 
    there's no tomorrow, then rinse and repeat.  
    Reward: Spinner  
    Difficulty: * 1/2  
     
    
    Stallord, Twilit Fossil  
    Where: Arbiter's Grounds  
    How: At the bottom of the ramp, get on the track with the Spinner and build 
    speed as you ride along the lower perimeter, avoiding spikes. Once you're 
    going at a fair clip, hop off and aim for and hit the spine buried in the 
    sand (press A to attack). He sets up Skeletons that act as bumper cars. Avoid 
    Stallord's toxic gas attack and get a fast momentum on the spinner, aiming 
    again for and attacking the spine. Three hits later and you enter the second 
    phase. This one is the best, making up for the tougher first phase. Use the 
    hole slot to do the egg beater move with A and create a massive tower. Ride 
    the track along the tower and avoid his fireball attack, jumping to the 
    parallel track on the wall. Once close, jump out and strike the head to down 
    him, then attack with your sword on the ground. After a couple of hits, spike 
    barriers will appear, so dodge them as you did in the track courses of the 
    dungeon. Once he starts spitting out fireballs, the spikes disappear. Repeat 
    the same tactics.  See my Secrets section for a new strategy that was
    e-mailed to me.  
    Reward: Mirror Chamber warp portal, Heart Container  
    Difficulty: ** 1/2  
     
    
    Darkhammer (an armoured lizard)
    Where: Snowpeak Ruins  
    How: This boss is really tough due to the narrow room and his massive body. 
    You'll need to move around a lot to avoid his ball-and-chain attack. Sidestep 
    or backflip to avoid this attack, stalling the enemy. Get behind it and slash 
    the tail. Continue this until he is defeated. Luckily, it's not a long battle.
    See my Secrets section for a new strategy that was e-mailed to me.
    Reward: Ball & Chain  
    Difficulty: ** 1/2  
     
     
    Blizzeta, Twilit Ice Mass  
    Where: Snowpeak Ruins  
    How: She will first slide around as a big ice mass trying to squash you, so 
    use the B&C while L-targeting to shrink her down. If she unleashes any 
    Freezards, try to ignore them and focus on her, attacking with the B&C. About 
    eight hits later, she transforms into the second phase where she hovers on 
    the ceiling and tries to land on your face. Avoid the series of ice masses by 
    watching their shadows on the ice reflecting the ceiling. In the second 
    barrage, look for a gap in the circle of masses, then when they land, use the 
    B&C to clearly L-target Blizzeta and attack with the B&C. Mace the face, as 
    disgusting as that sounds.  
    Reward: Mirror Shard, Heart Container  
    Difficulty: ** 1/2  
     
     
    Skull Kid, Part II  
    Where: Sacred Grove  
    How: This time you're human, so the fight is a bit quicker. Follow his 
    lantern to spot him and use your arrows when he's out of reach.  
    Reward: Entrance to Temple of Time  
    Difficulty: ** (more for annoyance than difficulty)  
     
     
    Darknut  
    Where: Temple of Time  
    How: Use the Helm Splitter religiously to break off his heavy armour and the 
    Back Slice when his sword gets stuck in the ground. In the second phase, 
    damage him after dodging an attack repeatedly until he's down for the count.  
    Reward: Dominion Rod  
    Difficulty: **
    
    
    Armogohma, Twilit Arachnid  
    Where: Temple of Time  
    How: Like the Gohma boss from older Zelda games, the eye on its back is the 
    weak point. Shoot it with an arrow to bring it down, then control a statue by 
    getting very close and L-targeting it and using the Rod to smash the spider 
    with its weapon by swinging the Rod. Continue this strategy, watching the 
    light beams to determine its position (if a beam disappears, the spider has 
    crawled over it). Also, fight any tiny Skulltulas, especially when still in 
    their eggs, and avoid the laser attack, hitting the eye with an arrow as fast 
    as possible. In a very quick second phase, the spider is reduced to its eye 
    among a bunch of Tiny Skulltulas. Attack the eye to defeat the boss.  
    Reward: Mirror Shard, Heart Container  
    Difficulty: ** 1/2  
     
     
    Aeralfos (a dragon knight, also x2)
    Where: City in the Sky  
    How: Throughout the fight, beware of the blue tiles that will crumble under 
    you. Focus on the dragon's shield with a clawshot target on it and once he 
    tries to attack you, clawshot the target to bring him in and slash away with 
    your sword. The second phase beings once he flies out a hole in the wall. He 
    will fly in and out of four holes in this room. Keep tracking that target and 
    continue the same strategy to defeat him using stronger sword attacks to 
    dismantle his armour, like Helm Splitter and Back Slice. Always L-target him 
    as long as he is away from a hole and you're watching the floor for blue 
    tiles.  
    Reward: Double Clawshots  
    Difficulty: * 1/2 (both times)  
     
     
    Argorok, Twilit Dragon  
    Where: City in the Sky  
    How: To begin the fight, clawshot the grating on the pillar above, then to 
    the ivy, and climb to the tower. In the first phase, he will divebomb you and 
    try to blow you off the tower with his wings. L-target the tail with the 
    clawshot when he tries that and use the iron boots to weigh him down, 
    dragging him and breaking off his armour. Use your iron boots to defend any 
    wind attacks, then continue until he flies too high to reach. Clawshot one of 
    the four pillars surrounding the tower until you're high enough to reach the 
    tail, then continue this until a red crystal switch appears on his back to 
    enter phase two. You'll need to clawshot and climb a pillar, then clawshot 
    Peahats one after the other to avoid a fiery breath attack. Remember to keep 
    L-targeting the Peahats to move fast. Once you're safe enough behind him, 
    clawshot the switch to pull enough in, then slash with your sword. Continue 
    this, and watch the fire attack to change direction. Just clawshot the other 
    way to avoid it. You may lose a lot of health from getting hit by fire or 
    falling in this battle, so use the skulls around the base of the area for 
    extra hearts.  
    Reward: Mirror Shard, Heart Container  
    Difficulty: *** 1/2  
     
     
    Image of Zant  
    Where: Palace of Twilight  
    How: First, defeat the waves of enemies that come intermittently throughout 
    the battle. Use your spin attack at will. When you get close enough to 
    "Zant", use sword attacks, especially when a red orb appears over his head.  
    Reward: Access to the first Sol  
    Difficulty: **  
     
     
    Zant, Usurper King  
    Where: Palace of Twilight  
    How: You will fight Zant in six stages reminiscent of previous dungeons. As 
    long as the fight is, it's not all that difficult. The first is in the Forest 
    Temple. Like Diababa, Zant hovers off a swamp of goo, firing projectiles. 
    Block with your shield, use your boomerang to bring him towards you, and 
    slash with your sword, extra powerful as a Light Sword. Continue this 
    strategy to move on to phase two in the Goron Mines. Like the fight with 
    Biggoron, Zant will rock the casbah on a rickety magnetic platform above the 
    lava. Use your iron boots immediately to magnetize and use them whenever he 
    jumps up and down. Wait for Zant to fire projectiles (a common theme 
    apparently). Dodge an attack sans iron boots, and get close to use sword 
    attacks on him. That's it for this phase. Next you're in Lakebed in a revival 
    of the Morpheel show. Use your Zora Armour and Iron Boots to sink down. A 
    giant Mask of Zant appears. L-Target Zant when he appears within it and block 
    projectiles with your shield, using your clawshot to bring him towards you 
    and slashie slashie. After a while, four masks appear. Only one contains 
    Zant. Look for the L-targeting yellow arrow that gives it away and clawshot 
    him in to slash away again. The fourth phase reconvenes in the Forest Temple 
    with a Baboon fight restaged. Change your clothes and no iron boots this 
    time. As Zant hops the pillars, he'll stop on one to fire projectiles. Roll 
    into this pillar two times (emphasis: TWO TIMES) to make him fall, then slash 
    away. The next phase is at Snowpeak where he balloons in a mimic of Blizzeta 
    (a.k.a. evil Yeta). A convenient camera angle allows you to avoid his shadow. 
    Roll out of his way as he crashes (boom) and use the Ball & Chain, aiming for 
    the foot. In a hilarious scene, Zant hops around on one foot, shrinking 
    considerably down to a tiny size. Chase him and slash away with your sword, 
    continuing the pattern to finish the phase. The sixth and final phase is in 
    Hyrule Field in a great sendoff of the final Ganondorf battle in Wind Waker. 
    With two swords, he's pretty formidable. Use Jump Attacks or Jump Strikes 
    when he lunges slowly. When he spins around, dodge well to avoid them 
    (sidestepping is helpful). When he stops for a rest (lazy bum), slash with no 
    mercy.  
    Reward: Fused Shadows, Heart Container  
    Difficulty: **  
     
     
    King Bulbin, Part IV  
    Where: Hyrule Castle  
    How: Same battle as in Gerudo Desert. Use Back Slices or Helm Splitters, 
    especially when he starts an attack or when his sword gets stuck in the 
    ground.  
    Reward: Small Key  
    Difficulty: * 1/2
    
    Ganondorf  
    Where: Hyrule Castle  
    How: Climb the stairs to the chapel to begin the first of four phases. The 
    first phase is a fight with Puppet Zelda where you'll torture an effigy of 
    your one true love. Ah, romance. She hovers around and attacks by divebombing 
    you (dodge it), creating a golden triangle on the floor (don't stand on it), 
    and most importantly, flinging a ball of light at your head. When this attack 
    occurs, repel it back with your sword back and forth (now this is familiar) 
    until she gets hit. Three hits and you change phases. Now Ganon is a wolf-
    like beast. This phase is arguably the toughest. There are two parts to this 
    phase (a sub-phase if you will). First, he'll run around smashing things and 
    then disappear into a portal. Stand in a relatively safe spot against the 
    wall and aim your bow ready to shoot. Wait for a hole to appear (and the 
    anticipating sound effects), then stun him with an arrow as he barrels out 
    the portal. When stunned, slash the silver scar on his body. He may try to 
    squash you from above, so look for his shadow on the ground and avoid it at 
    all costs. Continue the same arrow-stun, scar-slash strategy until when you 
    try to fire an arrow at him, he disappears quicker. Change to wolf Link and 
    stand in the middle of the portals. When Ganon jumps out of one, L-target and 
    press A to grab him, then fling him away to stun him, giving you ample time 
    to attack that silver scar again. Continue this strategy to move on to the 
    third phase. Now you fight the real Ganon on Epona. Zelda becomes your riding 
    partner (yippee-ky-yay!). The fight is similar to the King Bulbin fight on 
    horseback when you saved Colin. Ride close to Ganon and L-target him for 
    Zelda to stun him with a light arrow. Once stunned, slash away with your 
    sword. Charge a spin attack as you ride and when the time comes, unleash it 
    to deal major damage. Avoid the phantoms that Ganon unleashes or you'll be 
    knocked off Epona and have to mount her again. After a while, you'll enter 
    the final phase, a good old-fashioned swordfight. The shield becomes pretty 
    useless here, so use the Back Slice religiously and backflip or sidestep to 
    avoid Ganon's mighty sword attack. If he leaps into the air, roll to avoid 
    his squashing bod. If you press A at the right moment, you may be lucky 
    enough to engage in a close-up game of arm wrestling with your swords 
    clashing. It's very climactic and stressful, so keep pressing A if that 
    happens. Once Ganon is down but not out, perform an Ending Blow to finish him 
    off.  
    Reward: End of Game  
    Difficulty: * 1/2 (first phase), *** (second phase), *** (third phase), *** 
    (overall)
    
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                                   *Enemies*
    
    
    Here is an alphabetical list of enemies found throughout the game and some 
    tips on beating them.  
     
     
    Armos Knight  
    Approach to activate. Use Back Slice or arrows on the glass orb on its back. 
    Watch out after hitting that as it explodes.  
     
     
    Bari
    Electric jellyfish found in Lakebed Temple.  Use clawshot to defeat.
    
    
    Beamos  
    A rotating statue with a red orb on it. Shoot an arrow at the orb to disable 
    it.
    
    
    Big Skulltula  
    A sophisticated version of the original Skulltula that can hang by webbing or 
    walk on the ground. Use the stab sword move or Back Slice it. It may need an 
    Ending Blow if it lays stunned.  
     
    
    Bokogoblins
    Blue Bulbins found in fields.  Use sword or arrows.
    
     
    Bubble  
    A smaller version of the tradition flaming skulls from Zelda games past. Use 
    sword or arrows to disable its flames and wings, then use the sword on the 
    remaining skull.  
     
     
    Bubble Bug  
    A new creation mainly found in Lakebed Temple. Use arrows to break bubble or 
    clawshot to bring the bug towards you, then use the sword.
    
    
    Bulbin
    Ugly green monsters adapted from Moblin characters of past Zelda games. Use 
    sword or arrows.
    
    
    Chilfos
    Tough skinny guys that throw ice picks or use them as swords. Use ball and 
    chain or sword attacks like Back Slice to attack.
    
    
    Chu  
    A blob of different coloured jelly that can expand in size and break into 
    multiple blobs. Upon defeat, scoop into your bottle (yellow= lamp oil, red= 
    red potion, blue= blue potion, purple= random health effects, gold= rare 
    potion)
    
    
    Dark Insects  
    Found only in the twilight realms of lands as a wolf using your senses. 
    Attack to unveil Tears of Light to restore the spring and bring light to the 
    area.  
     
     
    Darknut  
    Tough hombre redesigned from previous Zelda games. Much tougher and uglier. 
    Use Back Slices and Helm Splitters to shatter its armour.
    
    
    Deku Baba  
    Venus Flytrap plant from past Zelda games. Use sword to attack. If attached 
    to ceiling, use arrows or boomerang to bring it down.  
     
     
    Dodongo  
    Fire-breathing dragon from past Zelda games. Attack weak tail with Back 
    Slice.  
     
     
    Fire Keese  
    Can make clothes or wooden shield burn if touched. Use sword or arrows.  
     
     
    Fire Slug  
    Use arrows to attack on ceiling. Use sword on the ground.  
     
     
    Freezard  
    Small ice blocks that freeze you upon impact. Use ball and chain or sword to 
    destroy. Can slide around on ice.  
     
     
    Ghoul Rat
    Rats only visible with wolf senses and defeated as a wolf or with Midna's
    attack.  They may attach themselves to Link, slowing down his movement
    until you transform into a wolf and defeat them.
    
    
    Giant Deku Baba  
    Combination of two plants. Defeat the Deku Baba part with your sword, then L-
    target the eater plant and feed it a bomb to destroy it.  
     
     
    Giant Freezard  
    Block of ice that blows cold wind that freezes you upon impact. Use Ball and 
    Chain to destroy, breaking it into smaller Freezards.  
     
     
    Helmasaur  
    Weasel creature with silver armour. Use Back Slice on its hind or take off 
    its armour with the Clawshot and attack with your sword.  
     
     
    Helmasaur King  
    Bigger version of Helmasaur. Cannot remove its armour. Use Back Slice.  
     
     
    Ice Keese  
    Bats that can freeze you upon impact. Use sword or arrows.  
     
     
    Kargoroc  
    Big birds that swoop down to peck you. Use your sword when they get close. If 
    stunned, use the Ending Blow. 
    
    
    Keese  
    Bats returning from previous Zelda games. Use sword or arrows.  
     
     
    Leever  
    Cabbage-like creatures that spin around. Use sword or arrows.  
     
     
    Lizalfos  
    Big lizards with sword and shield. Use sword attacks like Back Slice.  
     
     
    Moblin Archer  
    Often sit atop cliffs and watchtowers, shooting fiery arrows down below at 
    you. Use arrows to pick them off from afar or use the sword on the ground.  
     
     
    Rats  
    Vermin. Attack with sword or arrows.
    
    
    Redead Knight
    Screaming mummy figure that can freeze you with fear and attacks with a big 
    mace. Use your sword and try to attack with its back to you so you don't 
    freeze up.  
    
    
    Scarabs
    Tiny gnat-like bugs found in Arbiter's Grounds that travel in droves.
    Harmless but a real pain!
    
    
    Shadow Kargoroc
    Ugly black bird that derives from the Twilight region. Use your sword when it 
    divebombs or gets close.  
     
     
    Spiders  
    Found mainly on ivy walls. Use your slingshot or arrows to pick them off 
    before climbing.
    
    
    Stalfos  
    Skeletal remains with a shield. Attack with your sword, then bomb its remains 
    to stop it from rebuilding.  
     
    
    Stalkin  
    Miniature Stalfos that just take a single sword slash to defeat. Come in 
    armies.
    
     
    Tektite  
    Spider creature that hops along to catch you. Use sword or arrows.
    
    
    Twilight Being/Beast  
    Ugly black masked creature, often comes in groups of 3 or more. Defeat all 
    but two normally, then use either Midna's charge attack as a wolf or a spin 
    attack as human Link to defeat them. Leave one behind and they regenerate.  
     
    
    Twilit Vermin  
    Similar to normal Rats.  Only found in the Hyrule Castle sewers area.  
    
     
    Undead Dogs  
    Only found at night. Skeletal creatures. Must be wolf Link. Use senses to 
    see.  
     
    
    White Wolfos  
    Found at Snowpeak Ruins courtyard. Use sword or wolf attacks. They leap fast, 
    so if being a wolf has its advantage by tapping A to catch up.
    
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                               *Cave of Ordeals*
    
    
    Located in the cave right by the Gerudo Mesa warp portal, this side 
    quest/mini-game is solely devoted to perseverance and strength by fighting 
    fifty floors of various enemies, increasingly more difficult as you ascend 
    the floors.  Every tenth floor holds a Great Fairy that will create fairies 
    in the spirit fountains encountered throughout the lands.  There are also 
    three Poe Souls to be found on the floors, indicated in the checklist below, 
    which also gives enemies and short instructions.  
    
    Remember that this cave should not be navigated until very near the end of 
    the game, probably after finishing the Palace of Twilight, but before Hyrule 
    Castle (as indicated in my walkthrough).  You need a full stock of arrows, 
    spinner, ball & chain, Dominion Rod, and Double Clawshots.  No enemies drop 
    hearts, only rupees, so collect those to boost the power of your Magic Armour,
    though you can sometimes find some rupees & hearts if you dig in select
    areas using your wolf senses.  A silver rupee is hiding on one of the last
    floors of the cave.
    
    A brilliant strategy is to use the Magic Armour on the last few floors when 
    your fairies and red or blue potions have given out.  If you desperately need 
    it before then, equip it, fight, then take it off and salvage its remaining 
    power for harder floors.  Also remember to fight all "undead" enemies as wolf 
    Link with senses on.  
    
    I have beaten the Cave twice.  I used all the above strategies.  Try to
    enter the Cave with 1000 rupees in your wallet from the onset and use the
    Magic Armour for the last 2 or 3 floors (especially the last!).  Have all
    4 bottles filled with Fairies or Red Potions, though Great Fairy's Tears
    are especially helpful!
    
    Without further adieu, here's my floor guide.
    
    1)	Moblin
    2)	Keese (3), Rats (3)
    3)	Deku Baba (4)
    4)	Big Skulltula (3)
    5)	Moblin Archer (3)
    6)	Fire Slug (9)
    7)	Fire Keese (5), Dodongo (2)
    8)	Tektite (6)
    9)	Lizalfos (2), Moblin Archer (2)
    10)	Great Fairy
    11)	Use spinner to activate next room; Helmasaur (3), Rat (15)
    12)	Giant Black Chu- don't scoop up the purple jelly, may be poisonous
    13)	Bubble Bug (4)
    14)	Bubble (10)
    15)	Moblin (10)
    16)	Keese (8), Rat (8)
    17)	Undead Dog (10), Poe
    18)	Leever (10)
    19)	Chu (countless)- scoop up the red, blue or shiny Chu for potions
    20)	Great Fairy
    21)	Use Ball & Chain on the ice mass to continue; Moblin (5), Ice Keese (5)
    22)	Keese (5), Rat (5), Undead Rat (countless)- dig at the hole for hearts
    23)	Mini-Stalfos (countless)
    24)	Gibdo (5)
    25)	Moblin (10), Moblin Archer (4)
    26)	Stalfos (3)- bomb their remains
    27)	Bubble (4), Big Skulltula (3)
    28)	Lizalfos (2), Moblin (10)
    29)	Bubble (4), Stalfos (2), Mini-Stalfos (countless)
    30)	Great Fairy
    31)	Use Dominion Rod to move both statues off the switches to open 
            the gate; Beamos (5), Keese (5)
    32)	Fire Slug (5), Bubble (5), Fire Keese (5), Dodongo (2)
    33)	Gibdo (4), Poe
    34)	Undead Rat (countless), Chu (countless)
    35)	Ice Keese (5), Giant Freezard
    36)	Ice Warrior (4)
    37)	Bubble (5), Leever (10)
    38)	Bubble (3), Ice Keese (3), Ice Warrior (4), Giant Freezard (2)
    39)	Dark Nut (2)--dig at the hole for a Silver Rupee
    40)	Great Fairy
    41)	Use Double Clawshots to continue; Armos Knight (9)
    42)	Moblin (6), Deku Baba (6)
    43)	Lizalfos (5), Moblin Archer (8)
    44)	Dinolfos (4), Poe
    45)	Moblin Archer (2), Gibdo (5), Giant Black Chu
    46)	Ice Warrior (3), Freezard (2), Undead Rat (countless)
    47)	Moblin, Mini-Stalfos (countless), Rat (countless)
    48)	Dragon Knight (2), Dark Nut (1)
    49)	Dark Nut (3)
    50)	Great Fairy
    
    
    *^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^
    [Z14]
    
                                      ~~
                                     ~~~~
                                    ~~~~~~
                                   ~~~~~~~~
                                  ~~~~~~~~~~
                                 ~~~~~~~~~~~~
    
                                 *Mini-Games*
    
    
    The games are back and better than ever! Below is a chronological list of 
    mini-games found throughout the game, some originating from earlier Zelda 
    games, especially the beloved fishing hole. You'll also find my traditional 
    star ranking system that ranks the fun level of each game. Enjoy!  
     
     
    Fun Meter:  
    *= boring  
    **= fair to good  
    ***= fun  
    ****= very fun  
    *****= fasten your seatbelts!  
     
     
    Target Practice  
    Where: Kakariko Village, after obtaining the Hero's Bow at the Goron Mines 
    dungeon  
    How: Use the Goron by the Bomb Shop to be propelled to its roof, climb up the 
    ramps to the Highest Building, use the Goron there to be propelled to the 
    high ledge, talk to Talo  
    Cost: Free  
    Basics: Shoot two red & white targets that Malo sets up, then shoot the pole 
    by Talo on the Highest Building  
    Strategies: The targets are easy, just aim at the bulls-eye. As for the pole, 
    to distinguish it from the rest of the village, look to the highest building 
    just to the right where you can faintly make out two sticks on either side of 
    the building. Aim for the left one.  
    Reward: Heart Piece  
    Fun Meter: **
    
    
    Falbi's Flight-by-Fowl  
    Where: Lake Hylia  
    How: Pay Fyer 10 rupees to launch up to the site  
    Cost: 20 rupees (+ 10 for Fyer)  
    Basics: Use a cucco to fly across to the multi-tiered platform below and 
    collect prizes from the chests on the levels.  
    Strategies: Save before playing in case you mess up countlessly and you can 
    reset without losing rupees. Pick up a cucoo and stand on the edge. Use your 
    point-of-view camera with the C-stick to spot the multi-tiered platform 
    below. Your aim is to reach the high tier that is not spinning around. When 
    you fly out, ignore the big rupees in the sky as they only distract from the 
    bigger prize. Speed up and slow down continuously and pull the C-stick down 
    to keep a bird's eye view of the platform. The lower you are to the chest, 
    the likely you will drop to it, so make sure you're close enough when you 
    land.  See also Falbi's Flight-by-Fowl secret.
    Reward: 100 rupees (highest moving platform), Heart Piece (highest non-
    moving platform), the next tiers contain 50 rupees, 20 rupees, 10 rupees.  
    Fun Meter: **  
     
     
    Lantern Boat Ride  
    Where: Upper Zora's River after getting the Second Bomb Bag from Iza  
    How: Inside her shop, talk to Iza  
    Cost: 20 rupees  
    Basics: You'll be rafting down the river again, but this time there are 
    lanterns hanging above you. Use Bomb Arrows to shoot them, earning points 
    (yellow= 1, red= 2). If you hit walls or wood, you lose a point. You can earn 
    a maximum of 30 points, but the minimum goal is 25. Strategies: Save before 
    playing to use the same strategy as Falbi's game (if you fail numerous time, 
    reset and start over with your original cache of rupees). Retain a point-of-
    view angle on the C-stick camera to maintain neutral control of the boat and 
    nab the lanterns. Avoid the walls and wood by gently steering with the 
    Control Stick. Allow the current to move you along the course naturally.  
    Reward: Earn 25 or more points (maximum of 30) for the Giant Bomb Bag  
    Fun Meter: ** 1/2  
     
     
    Plumm's Fruit Target Ride  
    Where: Lake Hylia, after finishing Lakebed Temple, talk to Plumm, a parrot 
    sitting by the Bird Grass off Fyer's place, then howl at the Bird Grass to 
    summon your ride  
    Cost: Free  
    Basics: Fly through the rocky obstacle course to Zora's Domain and hit the 
    fruit targets for points (watermelon= 1, oranges= 3, strawberries= 10). Hit 
    any rocks or walls and you lose.  
    Strategies: Hit the same fruit target as many times as you can in a row to 
    double your points and really rack up a large total. Focus on the 
    strawberries for this strategy as they are the most points.  
    Reward: Score at least 10 000 points for a Heart Piece.  
    Personal High Score: 51 214  
    Fun Meter: *****  
     
     
    STAR, Part I  
    Where: Castle Town, west road, down the southern path, look for a colourful 
    tent and enter  
    Cost: 10 rupees  
    Basics: Use your Clawshot to collect all the star orbs within the metal cage, 
    using the platforms as leverage, within the time limit.  
    Strategies: Try to collect several orbs in a row by looking for groups of 
    stars. You have to act quickly and towards the end, you may find yourself 
    nabbing a single star a few times in a row to finish it up.  
    Reward: Big Quiver (60 arrows max)  
    Fun Meter: *** 1/2  
     
     
    Block Sliding  
    Where: Hyrule Field, warp to Castle Town, then take the path north, up the 
    cliff to the south end around east (represented as northwest on the map), 
    bomb the cave & enter  
    Cost: Free  
    Basics: Use the Ball & Chain to destroy the icy wall ahead, then go forward. 
    Slide the blocks along the icy floor to rest one on the switch(es) to 
    activate the door ahead. Complete three puzzles total.  
    Strategies:  Here are my written instructions as dictated in the walkthrough.
    I'll label each block A, B & C to make the instructions easier. Scroll down 
    past them for my step-by-step ASCII diagrams.
    
    
    Step-by-Step ASCII Diagrams
    
    x= switch(es)
    A, B, C= blocks
    - = top/bottom of puzzle area
    | = sides of puzzle area
    X= complete
    
    All diagrams are "drawn" with north as pointing up.
    
    
    Snowpeak Ruins Block Sliding Puzzle:
    (9 steps)
    
    One block is on the old switch now (let's call it A), the block right of it 
    is B, and the new block you uncovered is C.  Push A north, then C south, east, 
    north to meet A.  Push A west, south, east, north to hit the switch.  
    
    
    1)            
    
                              -----
                             |C    |
                             |     |
                             |  x  |
                             |     |
                             |   B |
                             |  A  |  
                             |-----|
    
    
    2)
    
                              -----
                             |C A  |
                             |     |
                             |  x  |
                             |     |
                             |  x B|
                              -----
    
    
    3)
    
                              -----
                             |  A  |
                             |     |
                             |  x  |
                             |     |
                             |C  B |
                              -----
    
    
    
    4)
    
                              -----
                             |  A  |
                             |     |
                             |  x  |
                             |     |
                             |  CB |
                              -----
    
    
    
    5)
    
    
                              -----
                             |  A  |
                             |  C  |
                             |  x  |
                             |     |
                             |   B |
                              -----
    
    
    6)
    
    
                              -----
                             |A    |
                             |  C  |
                             |  x  |
                             |     |
                             |   B |
                              -----
    
    
    7)
    
    
                              -----
                             |     |
                             |  C  |
                             |  x  |
                             |     |
                             |A  B |
                              -----
    
    
    8)
    
    
                              -----
                             |     |
                             |  C  |
                             |  x  |
                             |     |
                             |  AB |
                              -----
    
    
    
    9)
    
                              -----
                             |     |
                             |  C  |
                             |  X  |
                             |     |
                             |   B |
                              -----
    
    
    
    Hyrule Field Block Sliding Puzzles
    
    
    First Puzzle:
    (10 steps)
    
    A is to the southwest, B at southeast, and C at northwest. Push C south to 
    meet A, then push B north to the corner. Push A east, north, west, then 
    south to meet C. Push C east, then B south, then A east onto the switch. 
    Head north to the second puzzle.
    
    
    1)
    
                              -----
                             |C    |
                             |     |
                             |  x  |
                             |     |
                             |A   B|
                              -----
    
    
    2)
    
                              -----
                             |     |
                             |     |
                             |  x  |
                             |C    |
                             |A   B|
                              -----
    
    
    3)
    
    
                              -----
                             |    B|
                             |     |
                             |  x  |
                             |C    |
                             |A    |
                              -----
    
    
    4)
    
    
                              -----
                             |    B|
                             |     |
                             |  x  |
                             |C    |
                             |    A|
                              -----
    
    
    5)
    
                              -----
                             |    B|
                             |    A|
                             |  x  |
                             |C    |
                             |     |
                              -----
    
    6)
    
                              -----
                             |    B|
                             |A    |
                             |  x  |
                             |C    |
                             |     |
                              -----
    
    
    
    7)
    
                              -----
                             |    B|
                             |     |
                             |A x  |
                             |C    |
                             |     |
                              -----
    
    
    8)
    
                              -----
                             |    B|
                             |     |
                             |A x  |
                             |    C|
                             |     |
                              -----
    
    
    9)
    
                              -----
                             |     |
                             |     |
                             |A x B|
                             |    C|
                             |     |
                              -----
    
    
    10)
    
                              -----
                             |     |
                             |     |
                             |  X B|
                             |    C|
                             |     |
                              -----
    
    
    
    Second Puzzle:
    (14 steps)
    
    Note the L-shaped corner in the top right and the two switches.
    
    A is southwest, B is southeast, and C is 
    northwest. Push B north, then C south, then east. Push B west, south, east, 
    then C north, west, south, and east onto a switch. In an added twist, there 
    is a second switch to hit. Push A north, east, south to the second switch, 
    then head forward to the third and last puzzle.
    
    1)
    
                              -----
                             |C   |_  
                             |     |
                             |   x |
                             |  x  |
                             |A   B|
                              -----
    
    
    2)
    
                              -----
                             |C   |_  
                             |    B|
                             |   x |
                             |  x  |
                             |A    |
                              -----
    
    
    3)
    
    
                              -----
                             |    |_  
                             |    B|
                             |   x |
                             |C x  |
                             |A    |
                              -----
    
    
    4)
    
                              -----
                             |    |_  
                             |    B|
                             |   x |
                             |  x C|
                             |A    |
                              -----
    
    
    5)
    
    
                              -----
                             |    |_  
                             |B    |
                             |   x |
                             |  x C|
                             |A    |
                              -----
    
    
    6)
    
    
                              -----
                             |    |_  
                             |     |
                             |   x |
                             |B x C|
                             |A    |
                              -----
    
    
    
    7)
    
    
                              -----
                             |    |_  
                             |     |
                             |   x |
                             |  xBC|
                             |A    |
                              -----
    
    
    8)
    
    
                              -----
                             |    |_  
                             |    C|
                             |   x |
                             |  xB |
                             |A    |
                              -----
    
    
    9)
    
    
                              -----
                             |    |_  
                             |C    |
                             |   x |
                             |  xB |
                             |A    |
                              -----
    
    
    10)
    
    
                              -----
                             |    |_  
                             |     |
                             |   x |
                             |C xB |
                             |A    |
                              -----
    
    
    11)
    
    
                              -----
                             |    |_  
                             |     |
                             |   x |
                             |  XB |
                             |A    |
                              -----
    
    
    12)
    
                              -----
                             |A   |_  
                             |     |
                             |   x |
                             |  XB |
                             |     |
                              -----
    
    
    13)
    
    
                              -----
                             |   A|_  
                             |     |
                             |   x |
                             |  XB |
                             |     |
                              -----
    
    14)
    
    
                              -----
                             |    |_  
                             |   X |
                             |  XB |
                             |     |
                             |     |
                              -----
    
    
    
    Third (and Last) Puzzle
    (20 steps)
    
    Note the expanded puzzle area.
    
    A is southwest, B is southeast, and C is northwest. Push 
    A north, B west, then north, and C east. Push B east, then north, and A east. 
    Push C, west, south, then east. Push B north, west, south, east, then north. 
    Push A west, then (finally) C west, north, and east on the switch. Open the 
    chest at the far north end. 
    
    1)
    
    
                              ------
                             |C     |
                             |      |
                             |   x  |
                             |      |
                             |A    B|
                              ------
    
    
    2)
    
    
                              ------
                             |C     |
                             |A     |
                             |   x  |
                             |      |
                             |     B|
                              ------
    
    
    3)
    
    
                              ------
                             |C     |
                             |A     |
                             |   x  |
                             |      |
                             |B     |
                              ------
    
    
    4)
    
                              ------
                             |C     |
                             |A     |
                             |B  x  |
                             |      |
                             |      |
                              ------
    
    
    5)
    
                              ------
                             |     C|
                             |A     |
                             |B  x  |
                             |      |
                             |      |
                              ------
    
    
    6)
    
                              ------
                             |     C|
                             |A     |
                             |   x B|
                             |      |
                             |      |
                              ------
    
    7)
    
    
                              ------
                             |     C|
                             |A    B|
                             |   x  |
                             |      |
                             |      |
                              ------
    
    
    8)
    
    
                              ------
                             |     C|
                             |    AB|
                             |   x  |
                             |      |
                             |      |
                              ------
    
    
    9)
    
    
                              ------
                             |C     |
                             |    AB|
                             |   x  |
                             |      |
                             |      |
                              ------
    
    
    10)
    
    
                              ------
                             |      |
                             |    AB|
                             |  x   |
                             |      |
                             |C     |
                              ------
    
    
    11)
    
                              ------
                             |      |
                             |    AB|
                             |  x   |
                             |      |
                             |     C|
                              ------
    
    
    12)
    
                              ------
                             |     B|
                             |    A |
                             |  x   |
                             |      |
                             |     C|
                              ------
    
    
    13)
    
    
                              ------
                             |B     |
                             |    A |
                             |  x   |
                             |      |
                             |     C|
                              ------
    
    
    
    14)
    
                              ------
                             |      |
                             |    A |
                             |  x   |
                             |      |
                             |B    C|
                              ------
    
    
    15)
    
                              ------
                             |      |
                             |   A  |
                             |  x   |
                             |      |
                             |   BC |
                              ------
    
    
    16)
    
                     
                              ------
                             |      |
                             |    A |
                             |   xB |
                             |      |
                             |     C|
                              ------
    
    
    17)
    
                              ------
                             |      |
                             |A     |
                             |   xB |
                             |      |
                             |     C|
                              ------
    
    
    18)
    
    
                              ------
                             |      |
                             |A     |
                             |   xB |
                             |      |
                             |C     |
                              ------
    
    
    
    19)
    
                              ------
                             |      |
                             |A     |
                             |C  xB |
                             |      |
                             |      |
                              ------
    
    
    20)
    
                              ------
                             |      |
                             |A     |
                             |   XB |
                             |      |
                             |      |
                              ------
    
    
    **Here are alternative solutions provided by Tsuku:
    
    First
    _____
    Move the blocks in this order :
    a North ;
    b West, then north ;
    c East then South ;
    a East ;
    c North, then West.
     ___   ___   ___   ___   ___   ___   ___   ___   ___
    |c  | |c  | |c  | |c  | |  c| |   | |   | |   | |   |
    |   | |a  | |a  | |a  | |a  | |a  | |  a| |  a| |  a|
    | x | | x | | x | |bx | |bx | |bx | |bx | |bxc| |bc |
    |   | |   | |   | |   | |   | |   | |   | |   | |   |
    |a b| |  b| |b  | |   | |   | |  c| |  c| |   | |   |
     ŻŻŻ   ŻŻŻ   ŻŻŻ   ŻŻŻ   ŻŻŻ   ŻŻŻ   ŻŻŻ   ŻŻŻ   ŻŻŻ
    START  a N   b W   b N   c E   c S   a E   c N   c W DONE
    
    Second
    ______
    Move the blocks in this order :
    a North ;
    c East then South ;
    b North then West ;
    a South; East then North ;
    c East, North then West.
     ___    ___    ___    ___    ___    ___
    |c  |  |c  |  |  c|  |   |  |   |  |   |
    |  x | |a x | |a x | |a x | |a xb| |abx |
    | x  | | x  | | x  | | x  | | x  | | x  |
    |a  b| |   b| |   b| |  cb| |  c | |  c |
     ŻŻŻŻ   ŻŻŻŻ   ŻŻŻŻ   ŻŻŻŻ   ŻŻŻŻ   ŻŻŻŻ
    START   a N    c E    c S    b N    b W  +
    +----------------------------------------+
    V
     ___    ___    ___    ___    ___    ___
    |   |  |   |  |   |  |   |  |   |  |   |
    | bx | | bx | | bx | | bx | | bxc| | bc |
    | x  | | x  | | a  | | a  | | a  | | a  |
    |a c | | ac | |  c | |   c| |    | |    |
     ŻŻŻŻ   ŻŻŻŻ   ŻŻŻŻ   ŻŻŻŻ   ŻŻŻŻ   ŻŻŻŻ
     a S    a E    a N    c E    c N    c W  DONE
    
    Third
    _____
    Move the blocks in this order :
    a North ;
    b West then North ;
    c East then South ;
    a East ;
    c North then West ;
    b South, East, North then West.
     _____   _____   _____   _____   _____   _____
    |c    | |c    | |c    | |c    | |    c| |     |
    |     | |a    | |a    | |a    | |a    | |a    |
    |  x  | |  x  | |  x  | |b x  | |b x  | |b x  |
    |     | |     | |     | |     | |     | |     |
    |a   b| |    b| |b    | |     | |     | |    c|
     ŻŻŻŻŻ   ŻŻŻŻŻ   ŻŻŻŻŻ   ŻŻŻŻŻ   ŻŻŻŻŻ   ŻŻŻŻŻ
     START    a N     b W     b N     c E     c S  +
    +----------------------------------------------+
    V
     _____   _____   _____   _____   _____   _____   _____
    |     | |     | |     | |     | |     | |     | |     |
    |    a| |    a| |    a| |    a| |    a| |    a| |    a|
    |b x  | |b x c| |bcx  | | cx  | | cx  | | cx b| | cb  |
    |     | |     | |     | |     | |     | |     | |     |
    |    c| |     | |     | |b    | |    b| |     | |     |
     ŻŻŻŻŻ   ŻŻŻŻŻ   ŻŻŻŻŻ   ŻŻŻŻŻ   ŻŻŻŻŻ   ŻŻŻŻŻ   ŻŻŻŻŻ  
      a E     c N     c W     b S     b E     b N     b W   DONE
    
    
    Reward: Heart Piece  
    Fun Meter: * 1/2  
     
     
    Snowboarding  
    Where: Snowhead  
    Cost: Free  
    Basics: Talk to Yeto to race him along the snowboarding course. Win and race 
    Yeta for a prize. Use the Control Stick to navigate and press A to crouch 
    then release to jump gaps.  
    Strategies: Racing Yeto is fairly straightforward, just follow the map and 
    use the shortcut if you want. Yeta requires the use of the shortcut at left 
    at the very beginning of the ) shaped curve on the map. Just jump to the left 
    plane at the tree stumps and collect the rupees, jumping the gaps. Stay on 
    the shortcut even when Yeta jumps off and slow down near the end to land well 
    and hug the right side a little more.  
    Reward: Heart Piece  
    Fun Meter: ****  
     
     
    Cat Hide 'n' Seek  
    Where: Hidden Village  
    Cost: Free  
    Basics: By the Howling Stone, talk to the cucoo to begin. There are 20 cats 
    in the open and some hidden in the buildings and alleys of the village. As a 
    wolf, find each one and talk to them to keep a running total and to 
    distinguish them.  
    Strategies: Most are in the open. Check the top of the stack of crates in the 
    front, in front of Impaz's house, the very back of the village, by the horse 
    trough, in a barrel, on the rafter, and in the alleys surrounding the 
    buildings. The key is to break the windows to reach otherwise impassable 
    spots. You will have to change into human Link to clawshot any webbing you 
    find throughout. To reach the opposite building, dash as wolf Link across 
    from the reachable building. When you have all 20, return to the cucoo.  
    Reward: Heart Piece  
    Fun Meter: **  
     
     
    STAR, Part II  
    Where: Castle Town, west road, down the southern path, in the colourful tent  
    Cost: 15 rupees  
    Basics: Now that you have the Double Clawshots, the game is that much more 
    difficult with a bigger prize, but it's really fun. Save before attempting 
    this to salvage rupees if you go broke trying to beat this. Just reset and 
    you'll recover your rupees. To play, use the clawshot to grapple the wall and 
    stick to it to collect even more star orbs along the way up to the highest 
    point of the cage.  
    Strategies: The easiest way to navigate is to collect all the star orbs at 
    the bottom and work your way up, trying to grab them in groups of 3-5 and try 
    to limit the number of single orbs to collect at the end.  
    
    
    **Tip from Tsuku:
    I found a simple way to beat the Star Game II (100 Arrows Quiver).
    Actually, there's a pattern to follow to beat the game in way less than a
    minute, if you shoot your Clawshot well.
    Starting the game, Link looks at the left to WHITE stars; shoot there (one
    white star), then from here, search to shoot to the most WHITE stars in a
    row you see up to the RED star, then search to shoot for the most RED star
    in a row up to a YELLOW star, then search to shoot to the most YELLOW stars
    you see up to the a BLUE star, etc, etc.
    If you follow this correctly, you end up to the YELLOW star at the center
    top of the cage, then (A) to let you fall from above, then DONE :D
    
    
    Reward: Giant Quiver (100 arrows max)  
    Fun Meter: ****
    
    
    Fishing  
    Where: Hena's Fishing Hole off Lake Hylia to the north  
    Basics: A recurring activity from Ocarina of Time, new & improved with a boat 
    and variety of lures and fish species; all fish caught are recorded in your 
    Fishing Log on the game menu  
    Cost: 20 rupees to rent a canoe and lure fishing rod, extra 100 rupees for an 
    optional guide (not worth it)  
     
    Controls:  
     
    Boat-  
    Control Stick- navigate  
    B- take out fishing rod  
    A- options (return, change lures, quit)  
    Z- info/help (guide's advice when present or read guidebook)  
     
    Fishing-  
    C-stick down- throw out line  
    Control Stick- wiggle line  
    B/Control Pad down (hold)- reel in empty line  
    B + Control Stick down (hold)- reel in catch  
    A- bring in fish when close to boat  
    Control Stick up (hold)- relaxes line if fish jumps  
     
    Types of Fish:  
     
    Gillfish- most common smallfry, found almost everywhere  
    Hylian Bass- next most common fish, fatter species, found mainly everywhere, 
    especially at west end of south bank  
    Hylian Pike- long, slender species, found mainly in the north or northeast 
    area  
    Ordon Catfish- fatter long species, found around the northeast area  
    Skullfish- attack fish found in Lakebed Temple, safely fish them in front of 
    the boss door, forbidden & unrecorded species  
    Reekfish- stinky species found in Zora's Domain by Mother & Child rock 
    formation on west side, must use Coral Earring hook  
    Hylian Loach- found around north or northeast area of the fishing hole and in 
    a secret underground pond in Lake Hylia by the Howling Stone (dig south in 
    the spot sensed as a wolf, which includes a beehive for larva bait); average 
    length of 15 inches, grows up to 27 inches  
     
     
    How to Catch the Legendary Hylian Loach  
     
    Found in Hena's Fishing Hole by the lily pads in the northern cove (look for 
    frogs and listen for bubbling or gurgling sounds), only in summer season with 
    the frog/sinking lure and Coral Earring hook; not too hard to catch, just use 
    regular fishing tactics; if caught, the fish is kept in the tank and your 
    photo is taken for display. Mine was 27 inches, but it supposedly varies in 
    size. Not as exciting to catch or as big as the Ocarina of Time Hylian Loach.  
     
     
    Other Items Caught  
     
    Empty Bottle- fish in the pond east of the bridge just past the no-littering 
    sign to fish it and reel it in  
    Heart Piece- at north on the rock structure, fish it and reel it in  
    Bag of Rupees- random amount found  
    Junk- random useless trash found  
     
     
    Types of Lures:  
     
    Starting- basic general lure  
    Popper- noisy lure for deep water fish  
    Spinner- active lure for big fish by waterfall, especially useful in fall or 
    winter  
    Frog- unlocked lure (complete level 1-8 of Roll Goal), wait 2 1/2 seconds after 
    a bite before reeling, good attraction for Loach  
    Sinking- acquired in secret by catching one each of Bass, Pike & Catfish at 
    the fishing hole using lure fishing (rent a boat for 20 rupees); at the 
    southwest corner by the shack, use your rod to fish it from the water; 
    confiscated by Hena if she catches you using it (so don't use her as a guide 
    afterwards); cannot be wiggled, but sinks lower than other lures and attracts 
    the Loach  
     
     
    Types of Hooks:  
     
    Bone- starter hook on own fishing rod  
    Coral Earring- acquired in walkthrough through Prince Ralis, attracts bigger, 
    better fish  
     
     
    Types of Bait:  
     
    Bee Larva- found by knocking down a beehive using an arrow or hawk; scoop 
    into a bottle; found at Ordon Village, Hena's Fishing Hole, and secret pond 
    in Lake Hylia (see Hylian Loach)  
    Worms- found in Lake Hylia by the entrance sign inside, dig at the three 
    mounds of dirt; scoop into a bottle; also found in Hyrule Field from the eggs 
    of the fast-moving bird enemy  
     
     
    Seasons:  
     
    Seasons change in their natural order every time you leave the fishing area 
    and return from Upper Zora's River area.  
     
    Winter- snowy  
    Spring- pink cherry blossom trees  
    Summer- very green, lily pads to the north  
    Fall- red leaves  
     
     
    Weather Conditions:  
     
    Morning- sunny, clear waters, increasing fog during the day  
    Night- rainy, murky waters  
     
     
    Personal Fish Length Records  
     
    Ordon Catfish- 15 inches  
    Greengill- 11 inches  
    Reekfish- 27 inches  
    Hyrule Bass- 20 inches  
    Hylian Pike- 23 inches  
    Hylian Loach- 27 inches  
     
    Rewards: Peace & tranquility; also Heart Piece and Empty Bottle  
    Fun Meter: ****  
     
     
    Roll Goal  
    Where: Fishing Hole, inside the shack, use the C-stick point-of-view angle to 
    find the game sitting on a table  
    Cost: 5 rupees  
    Basics: Use the Control Stick to gently tip the table, moving a marble along 
    an elevated course to the goal (a fish dish!) in 2 minutes. There are 64 
    courses in total to play. Use the C-stick to change camera angles.  
    Strategies: Move the marble gently about one section of wood at a time. 
    Ignore the clock as it only distracts from the goal. Only use the C-stick if 
    you can't tell where to move the marble.  
    Reward: 10 rupees per win. Winning level 1-8 unlocks the Frog lure.  
    Fun Meter: ***
    
    
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                                  *Secrets*
    
    
    Here's a list of secrets I discovered through Internet searches and my 
    own playing, now organized by geographic area.  Random ones are listed
    at the bottom, as is my list of major secret rupee chests (mostly orange 
    ones).
     
    
    ORDON PROVINCE
    
    *Slashing cucoos allows you to control one for a little while.  You can 
    also possess them as Wolf Link.
    
    *If you pour hot water (purchased in Castle Town from the Goron merchant) on 
    fruits, vegetables, or plants they will grow before your eyes!  You can also
    pick them up and get a description of them, but can't keep them.
    
    *As human Link, you can pick up dogs and cats and carry them around.  
    
    *There is a mirror in the basement of Link's house in Ordon. Use the lantern 
    and the point-of-view angle on the C-stick to see his reflection.  
    
    *If you go into the Ordon Ranch as a wolf, the goats will attack you! They 
    won't take any hearts away from you, but they'll send you flying. You can't 
    hit them back, unfortunately.
    
    *I found an Orange Rupee behind Rusl, Uli, and Colin's house, in 
    Ordan Village, I used the clawshot to nab it on the right side of the back 
    of the house (its just a small sparkle through the vines)
    
    *I found out while wandering around Ordon Village, looking for rupees, if you 
    howl at any hawk grass, it tells you if some treasure or somthing is nearby. 
    Like in Ordon, if you howl from on top of the mayors house, the hawk shows 
    you two yellow rupees on the roof of Rusls house, at the back.
    
    *You can call Epona as a wolf by howling at a spot with Horse Grass. You can 
    also talk to her as you can the other animal critters as a wolf.  
    
    *If you roll into one of the Ordon goats headlong as Human Link (which can
    be tricky to line up right), Link will be thrown backwards quite a ways.
    
    *Growing your own pumpkins improves the items inside. You can also water 
    people, but not all respond.
    	
    *The Ordon Shield is one-of-a-kind. Buyable replacements are slightly 
    different.
    
    *Talo and Malo are the latest (game-release-wise) in a line of pairs of 
    relatives, one having a T name and one an M name (Marin, Tarin, Talon, Malon...)
    
    
    FARON PROVINCE
    
    *You can swim around in the boss room in Forest Temple after Diababa goes down. 
    It's very pretty, but the water is bottomless. I've not tried to actually drown 
    Link manually using the Zora armor (instead of the Iron Boots) and swimming 
    downward, but it's probably possible.
    *UPDATE:  Yes, Link can drown with the Zora Armour here.  It's actually a swift 
    death.  Not like it's at all a useful gimmick.
    
    *You can cut certain rope bridges with the Gale Boomerang.
     
    *In the Faron section of Hyrule Field, you'll see a bridge over standing 
    water. Under the bridge is a place you can clawshot to for an orange rupee. 
    To get out of the bridge, just clawshot back.
    
    *Wading through water where there's water plants and gunk, like inside the 
    Forest Temple, sometimes yields rupees.
    
    *If you save while in a castle, once you start your game back up it would 
    have taken you back to the beginning of said castle. While this is true, 
    there is a way around this (at least up to a certain point). To keep from 
    saving out and losing your place in a castle all you need is Oocoo. Warp out 
    of the castle with the aid of Oocoo and son, THEN save your game. When you 
    start your game back up all you have to do is warp back to Oocoo and you will 
    be right back in the room you warped out of, which saves plenty of time and 
    irritation. This DOES NOT work at the City in the Sky (believe me, I tried 
    2x).
    
    *You can't throw away the golden cucco; it'll fly right back up, like the Oocca 
    (most of the time), as far as I know.
    
    *In the Forest Temple, en route to the boss chamber, there is a room with a 
    single bridge you must turn with the Gale Boomerang in order to advance. If you 
    activate the Gale Boomerang on the bridge's windmill mechanism and roll forward 
    while the Boomerang is out (so that Link falls over the edge and catches 
    himself as the bridge turns into place), he will get trapped under the bridge 
    with his hands poking through the crevasse.  From here, either he will pull 
    himself up through, or you must fall and restart the room. Whew!
     
    
    KAKARIKO VILLAGE
    
    *To find a 200-rupee stash in Kakariko Village, use a cucco and head up the 
    south ramp marked "Dead End", then glide and climb to the hot spring off the 
    hotel roof. Glide across to the bomb shop roof, then climb the ramps to a 
    watchtower with the Goron standing there. Glide to the scaffolding on the 
    cliff, then glide again to the weak roof of Renado's house. Use a bomb arrow 
    on the glint inside the bell to earn it. Or shoot it from afar using the 
    Hawkeye (if needed) with a bomb arrow, then navigate to the chest as a wolf 
    using Midna's jump.  
     
    *Use your lantern in the renovated Bomb Shop to receive a warning, then try 
    it again. Barnes will turn the sprinkler system on you!  
    
    *GLITCH:  If you save in the cannon room in Kakariko Village before warping
    the cannon with Midna to Lake Hylia, you will be unable to progress!  Midna
    will not warp the cannon with Shad in the room, but he becomes invisible
    and impossible to talk to!  If you try to leave via the stairs, Shad will 
    prevent you from exiting.  All possible tactics to correct the problem have 
    failed.  For more info, check out an explanatory video on YouTube or 
    DustinSoftware.com.  See the FAQ section for more details.
    
    *Do you know there is a shortcut from Kakariko Graveyard to Lake Hylia?  
    After getting the Zora Armour from Ralis, the Zora child, and the water 
    bombs from Barnes, you need to do this: after reaching the secret passage 
    that leads to that part of the graveyard, equip the Zora Armour and get to 
    that little lake in front of you. Now go to the left, with the iron boots 
    equipped, and you will see a suspicious pile of rocks. Blow them with a 
    water bomb, and swim through that new passage. You will fall from Lake 
    Hylia's waterfall!
    
    
     
    DEATH MOUNTAIN
    
    *You can walk on the ceiling without the Iron Boots by approaching a magnetic 
    wall with the boots on an item button, but not on your feet. Step on a 
    magnetic field, then equip the iron boots. In mid-air, pause and replace the 
    boots on your item button with another item, keeping the boots off the other 
    item button as well. Come back to the game screen and Link will be attached 
    to the ceiling in his hiking boots!  
    
    *Your arrows can be refilled. This can be done when approaching a room with 
    archers on towers. When the arrows miss you, they stick in the ground and you 
    can pick them up.
    
    *You can recover your own arrows, in addition to being able to pick up enemy 
    ones.
    
    *As you climb Death Mountain, by the geisers there is a cave that is
    reached by using the Clawshot on the vines just underneath it.  Climb
    up and you'll find Rare Chu Jelly that you can bottle up after beating
    the active Chu enemy.
    
    *In Death Mountain, on the main ground level near where the giant hot rock
    crash-landed, climb the short mesh to a hidden cave blocked by a rock with
    a paw-print and rising steam.  You can see beyond the rock if you use the
    POV camera (C-stick up).  It blocks a shortcut to the hot springs.  To
    bypass it, climb up Death Mountain and enter the room that leads to the
    Goron Mines.  Use the elevator at left with the Iron Boots to reach a
    cave area.  Push a similar rock to the right to open up a shortcut to
    the hot springs.  In the same cave, drop down to the other rock and
    push it aside to open up the cave from the main bottom area of Death
    Mountain.  Eureka!
    
    *Near the cave mentioned above is a wide plank of land.  If you look up and 
    right high above, you can see a baby Goron up there!  Clawshot to the vines
    and head past the baby Goron to the cave.  Drop through for a rupee prize
    in the chest.  The other cave is the exit from the upper one.
    
    *You can hear part of the Goron Lullaby in the background music of the 
    Goron Mines.
    
    *It's also the only dungeon in which one doesn't recieve the dungeon item
    in the same room as the miniboss.
    
    *Similar to the Fire Temple of OoT, within the Goron Mines is a room in 
    which a treasure chest can only be reached with the item from a water 
    temple; in OoT it was the Longshot, and in TP it is the Clawshot.
    
    *What the Gorons of Twilight Princess are actually mining for seems a 
    mystery, but since there is a medium possibility that the Goron Mines are 
    located on the site of the old Dodongo's Cavern (and that, in OoT, the 
    rocks within that place were supposedly great-tasting), perhaps that 
    explains things.
    
    
    LANAYRU PROVINCE
    
    *You can pull cucoos, Ooca creatures, and small items (hearts, etc.) to you 
    by using the Clawshot.  
    
    *The fisherman from Ocarina of Time has his picture posted in the fishing 
    hole shack with the Hylian Loach from OoT.  
    
    *In Falbi's Flight-By-Fowl, pay to play. Instead of grabbing a cucco and 
    jumping off, throw them off of the ledge. Once all of the cuccos are gone, 
    talk to him twice. The first time he'll tell you not to be afraid. The 
    second time, he'll say 'Hey! Where'd my cuccos go?' It's kind of funny!
    
    *In Lake Hylia, after shooting out of Fyer's cannon to Falbi's Flight-by-
    Fowl gaming area, aim the Gale Boomerang at the pinwheel on the roof of
    Falbi's building to stop the rotation of the highest platform on the
    tiered platform below (part of the game).
    
    *On the "Falbi's Flight-by-Fowl" game if you look all the way to the Lanaryu 
    spring entrance right on top there are two chests. One is a big one with an 
    orange 100 rupee and the other is a purple 50 one. You just need to land by 
    one and use your double clawshots to get the other one using the targets by 
    it and the one in the middle. 
    
    *In the part where you use the fishing rod to get the Heart Piece in Lake 
    Hylia fishing hole, you can also use the clawshot to get it while underwater 
    with the iron boots.
    
    *That rock whatchamacallit that landed in the Zora's Domain (after you midna-
    warp it) looks like it has eyes.  It's actually a Goron that's trapped in 
    the rock.  [nintendo_girl21 note:  This is where you get the Third Bomb Bag].
    
    *Another way to catch Loach:  Okay, first you have to have coral earring hook.
    Then, you have to get some kind of bait.  After that, you go to the spirit at 
    the Lanayru Province, and then all you have to do is cast your pole and you 
    have a good chance of getting a Hylian Loach.  (The only thing is that they 
    can be a small size)
    
    **FOLLOW-UP**
    
    *Besides the Lanayru Province Spirit Spring, you can also catch baby Hylian 
    Loach(es?) while bobber fishing in Hena's Fishing Hole.  Although one does 
    have to have the coral earring, no additional bait is required, although it 
    ups the chance of catching a fish obviously.
    
    *Warp to Zora's Domain and DONT TAKE THE WATERFALL. Take the right path and 
    when you're at the waterfall, take a right.  There should be a small pond and 
    some boxes nearby, smash the boxes and get the fairie(s).
    
    *If you look at the Legendary Fisherman's picture and then back at Hena 
    quickly, she will be scratching her back, just like the guy in the picture
    did in OoT and MM.
    
    *In the Lakebed Temple, it is possible to complete the dungeon (complete as in 
    defeat Morpheel, not get everything, as you'll have to pass up a Heart Piece 
    for the time) having only raised the water level once. Using the Clawshot, one 
    can reach the chandelier in the "hub" room and carefully drop down onto the 
    platform where the Boss Door is located.
    
    *While in the subterranean cavern containing Toadpoli, you can avoid taking 
    damage from them by simply sinking to the floor using the Iron Boots; they can 
    then be observed swimming overhead. However, it is impossible to damage them 
    from there as far as I can tell. Perhaps someone should check this out with 
    Water Bombs...?
    
    *If you pay Fyer to go in his cannon, walk away, transform into a wolf, and 
    come back, you can walk into the cannon without being launched off. The inside 
    of the cannon is rather dark, so you can't see anything, but it's still fun to 
    do. 
    
    *Bomb Fish may not be catchable for the bombs in their mouths, but you can 
    clawshot them.  Of course, this means Link will be left holding a ticking 
    bomb...
    
    *There is an opportunity to catch baby Hylian Loach in the Lakebed Temple Boss 
    Key room.
     
    *If you bobber-fish near Fyer's when Plumm is around, the music that plays when 
    Link's hooked a fish (FISH ON!) won't activate and the minigame "theme" will 
    continue to play.
    
     
    GERUDO DESERT/ARBITER'S GROUNDS/MIRROR CHAMBER
    
    *During the cinema at the Mirror of Twilight that shows backstory on
    Ganondorf and the sages, battle music from Ocarina of Time (N64) plays.
    
    *I found an easy way to defeat the main boss of the Arbiter Ground.  After you 
    hit him with the Spinner, use the Hidden Skill #5, the Mortal Draw on him.  
    After that hit, use two jump attacks followed by a four hit combo with the 
    Master Sword.  Repeat Step #1 again and on the third attempt, attack him again 
    with only the Mortal Draw.  The first Mirror Shard is yours!!!!
    
    **FOLLOW-UP**
    
    *I found another way to easily defeat the main boss at the Arbiter's Grounds 
    Temple.  After you hit him with the Spinner, hit him with the Mortal Draw, 
    followed by two jump attacks, then finish with two four hit combos with the 
    Master Sword.  On the second attempt, do the Mortal Draw again and the 
    jump attack.  The first Mirror Shard is yours!!!!
    
    *Running around the entire Mirror Chamber is a strip of carvings/designs 
    showing signs from the OoT Medallions. You can check it out with the Hawkeye.
    
    *Images of the Triforce appear as decorations in Arbiter's Grounds. The Gerudo 
    Goddess of the Sand's image is also featured.
    
    *The Fire, Water, Light and Spirit symbols in the Mirror Chamber may be 
    partially justified.  Keep in mind that this is just my theory, but...
     
       Fire: for the fires illuminating inside the temple, for Din's element, and 
       for Ganondorf's Triforce of Power.
       
       Light: for the balance of light and shadows everyone's always talking about, 
       and for the Mirror of Twilight's linking the two worlds.
       
       Spirit: very symbolic. It can also represent the Spirit Temple, Nabooru the 
       Gerudo, and of course the Poes inside.
       
       Water: the Sage killed by Ganondorf.
    
    Why Forest and Shadow Didn't Make the Cut:
     
    The way I see it, in the TP era, the Kokiri race has disappeared from Hyrule. 
    And what is the element they are/were tied to? That's right, the forest.
    There's a lot of talk in the Zelda universe about Shadow Races, such as the 
    Dark Interlopers. However, back in the days of OoT, there were also the 
    Sheikah, the servants of the Hylian Royal family. Other than Impaz and 
    possibly Fanadi, the Sheikah seem to have dwindled in number even more.
     
    It can also be argued that...
     
    Fire represents the Gorons.
    Water represents the Zoras.
    Light represents the Hylians.
    Spirit represents the Gerudo. Ganondorf is a Gerudo, and not only is he one, 
    he's also a major player, which makes up for there maybe only being one of 
    his race. These are all surviving races in the Twilight Princess era, 
    supposedly 100 something years after Ocarina of Time in the "adult" timeline.
     
    The races lacking representation here would be the Oocca and the Twili. There 
    are also the Ordonians, the (perhaps) Sages, the Yetis, the Skull Kid/s, and 
    the Deku Scrubs, but they are sort of bit actors in the legend of TP.
     
    These, the Oocca and Twili, are races specific to Twilight Princess, and thus 
    are not linked to the Sages and Medallions. However, it can be argued that the 
    Twili are represented in the Mirror Chamber by the fact that the Mirror of 
    Twilight is obviously there.
     
    The Oocca are not major players here, as they are more of a supporting race and 
    have seemingly severed ties with the Hylian Royal Family (whether benevolently 
    or not), and at the point when the player first comes to the Mirror Chamber the 
    Oocca's origins/backstory have not been revealed.
     
    *Death Sword, the Arbiter's Grounds miniboss, is apparently sealed by the 
    papers hanging down from the ropes that hold its sword. This is a kind of 
    allusion to Eastern culture, where special charms with inscriptions are 
    hung to ward off spirits.
    
    *Interestingly, in the Japanese game, Death Sword is named Sword of Gobera.
    
    *Death Sword's... sword debatably bears some similarity to an iconic weapon 
    in the video game FINAL FANTASY VII--the Buster Sword.
    
    *In the Arbiter's Grounds, in the room with the spikes that pop up and you have 
    to manuever around to the other end of the room, I found a glitch. If you go 
    right at the beginning of the room and walk over to the"fake spike" holes right 
    next to the first pillar and stand in one of the corners nearst the pillar, you 
    will sink into the ground an inch and pop back up and you'll start walking as 
    if you were in quicksand or wearing the Iron Boots, you will also move twice as 
    slow when you walk in quicksand. The only way to get rid of the "Slowness" is 
    to leave the room.
     
    CAVE OF ORDEALS
    
    *In the Cave of Ordeals if you extinguish the torches near the ledge, sometimes 
    the door to the next floor will open. This even works if you haven't killed a 
    single enemy in the room yet.
    
    *The Cave of Ordeals has half the Trials of another Pit...the Pit of 100 Trials 
    (of course!).
    
     
    PEAK PROVINCE/SNOWPEAK RUINS
    
    *I found an easy way to defeat Darkhammer, the mini-boss of Snowpeak Ruins.  
    Clawshot behind him and make sure your back is to the other door and he'll 
    miss with his Ball & Chain.  Before he pulls his weapon back toward himself, 
    quickly roll toward and behind him and use Hidden Skill #5, the Mortal Draw.  
    You just defeated his mini-boss in one hit!!  The Ball & Chain is now yours!!  
    
    *When you are chasing the reek fish smell to find the yeti there is a place 
    before you find him that there is a couple of trees next to a ramp that your 
    supposed to go up if you go into wolf form and use your sense next to the 
    tree closest to you, you go into a cave place with a rock you can blow up and 
    there is a gold sparkly chu, i dont know what it does, so he left and came 
    back but then it wasnt there so THIS IS A ONE TIME THING
    
    *A tip for the race with Yeto and Yeta--I've noticed that Yeto is much bigger 
    than you and, if you get too close, he will knock you senseless. I predicted 
    that Yeta, though smaller, would do the same thing. I was wrong. In fact, YOU 
    are the bigger one now and can knock HER senseless. You can use the B button 
    to swing your sword while boarding and if you hit Yeta, she will lose control 
    temporarily and go quite far off course. She can regain control much better 
    than you can when you're knocked down, but it still takes her a few seconds. 
    Those few seconds can give you an advantage and are EXTREMELY valuable during 
    the last leg where she can easily overtake you if you are ahead. I haven't 
    been able to actually knock her off the side of the cliff, or at least I 
    haven't been able to confirm that she went off, so I'm unaware if doing so 
    affects her performance any.
    
    *Recovery hearts can only be found once in Snowpeak Ruins: after the boss 
    fight along with the Heart Container.
    
    *Yeto's comment about the "rare color of wolf" is actually sort of ironic, as 
    the only 'wolves' in the game are the White Wolfos. Stalhounds, though also 
    canine, are closer to hyenas or jackals in appearance and are not related to 
    the Wolfos.  Relatives of Wolfos have Wolfos in their names, it would seem: 
    White Wolfos, Wolfos.  White Wolfoses are distinctly different compared to
    Stalhounds, which are like the Stalchildren, as in they come out of the 
    ground at night.
    
    *Arbiter's Grounds, George Washington, the Poe Sisters, and other subjects are 
    addressed in the Paintings within Snowpeak Ruins.
    
    *Inside Snowpeak Ruins, you can damage the ice a tiny bit by throwing a 
    cannonball at it. However, I'm not sure how effective this is...
    
    *Check out the portraits in the Snowpeak Ruins. They're really quite 
    interesting. Is that an X-Wing I see?  Maybe not...
    
     
    CASTLE TOWN
    
    *In Castle Town's west side, a dog hangs out by the Doctor's office. You can 
    play fetch with him using a bone and he'll bring back rupees, too!  
    
    *After getting all 60 Poe Souls, Jovani will hand over 200 rupees at will 
    whenever you need cash.  
    
    **FOLLOW-UP**  After you leave his home he goes somewhere and can later be 
    found at Telma's bar, bawling his eyes out cause he was dumped.  Returning to 
    his home and talking to his cat, to let it know where his/her master is, is 
    the only way to get more silver rupees. He or she only does this once per 
    visit into town so to get more you have to leave town and go all the way back 
    in. You can do this at any point in time as long as you've already given 
    Jovani his 60 poe souls.
    
    *After you win the STAR mini-game, talk to the three girls outside the tent 
    and they will scream with joy, leaving behind hearts.  
     
    *If you enter Castle Town as a wolf, you'll scare off a lot of people. If you 
    attack the soldiers with Midna's charge, they'll drop hearts, arrows, and 
    rupees.  
     
    *There's a Goron merchant in Castle Town whom you can find by entering the 
    door near the outdoor cafe-type-place in the main plaza and then following 
    the path. He is overlooking the plaza, having noticed what's been going on. 
    He references that old "secret to everybody" line from the original Zeruda 
    no Densetsu game.
    
    *You can scare pretty much everybody out of the Castle Town plaza. I'm not 
    sure if it's possible to clear the place completely, but I'm thinking yes.
    
    *South of the stairs leading out of Castle Town is a Goron staring at a rock
    wall.  Buy hot spring water in South Castle Town for 20 rupees and it will
    go in an empty bottle.  Talk to the Goron at the wall and give him the bottle.
    He will continually roll into the wall for some time.  Return later (likely
    after finishing the next temple dungeon) and the road will be opened.
    
    *In Agitha's Castle, you can attract bugs with the Lantern, and Link can also 
    kick pill bugs!
    
    *Agitha, the bug-collecting 'princess' of the castle town, encompasses 
    many aspects of lolita girls in Japan. Lolita is sort of a broad term, and 
    though it can mean a whole way of life for some, it is most commonly 
    identifiable in the West as a fashion trend. Agitha's clothing, manner of 
    speaking, and the music in her surreal, butterfly-filled home are all 
    traits of the lolita. However, it can also be argued that she leans more 
    toward the gothic lolita style instead.
    
    *Agitha is an unusual character, as she is seen carrying bottles. She also 
    refers to Link as a 'giant grasshopper', similar to the nickname Romani 
    gave to the Link of Ocarina and Majora's Mask, and wears something that 
    appears to be a replica of the Pendant of Memories.
    
    *Agitha's Japanese name, Ageha, is derived from that language's word for 
    swallowtail butterfly.
    
     
    TEMPLE OF TIME
    
    *You can make Link damage himself) with the Ball & Chain--just aim it straight 
    up. It also works with statues as long as they're not the kind that are the 
    size of a pot or those stupid owls.
    *UPDATE:  You can throw the B&C straight up and damage Link, and also throw it 
    against the bars in the miniboss room to do the same. But as it's a very, very 
    hard trick to replicate, it's probably too tricky to pull off regularly.
    
    
    *The Temple of Time may be the old Temple of Time; the Door of Time may be the 
    one the statues are guarding.
    
    
    CITY IN THE SKY
    
    *To change night into day quickly, visit City in the Sky, then return back.  
    
    *You can't throw any Oocca over ledges; they'll fly right back up.  But you
    if you throw them at just the right angle off a ledge, they will fly back up, 
    barely hit the ledge, and fall back down.  They will not fly up again.
    
    *The City in the Sky is the only dungeon featuring a shop, and one of arguably 
    4 which are populated (Hyrule Castle is out since Zelda is out, and the Monkeys 
    don't seem to actually live within the Forest Temple).
     
     
    HYRULE CASTLE
    
    *Use the Fishing Rod to distract Ganon during the final boss fight, a 
    recurring secret from previous Zelda games.  
    
    *In Hyrule Castle, there is a locked door next to the boss door leading to
    Ganon.  Inside is a room full of treasure chests with rupees & other items
    (arrows, bombs, etc.).  Rupee prizes include a couple of orange (100) and
    a silver rupee (worth 200).  Here's how to access it:
    
    In Hyrule Castle, by the poles where you opened the gate for the dungeon
    map, use your wolf senses to find a digging spot and dig in to land in
    the Hyrule Graveyard.  If you use your senses again, you'll see a bunch
    of ghostly swordsmen by a tree with a big rock lodged in the ground.
    Bomb it to reveal a switch, then step on it to stop the rain from
    falling.  Nice trick, eh?  Light the two torches in front of the gate to
    open the opposite gate with two owl statues.  Use the Dominion Rod to
    lead both statues into the gaps between two stone pillars near where you
    dug through the ground.  Climb up on the right side and hop across to the
    other side.  Head up and pull the chain to release the gate and open the
    treasure chest for a key.  Midna will direct you back to the castle.  Head
    through the castle to the boss door and enter the locked door left of the
    heavily locked boss door to enter the treasure trove room!
    
    
    
    RANDOM
    
    *For a cool sheathing move, press A immediately after defeating a monster 
    enemy for Link to sheath his sword, similar to the move after defeating a 
    boss or getting a hidden skill.  
    
    *Like in previous Zelda games, the empty bottle can also be used like a sword 
    to repel projectile attacks.  
     
    *In a reference to their good pal Mario, there is a Bullet Bill on the left 
    arm of Fyer's shirt  
    
    *The Skull Kid is a recurring character from A Link to the Past, Ocarina of 
    Time and Majora's Mask.
     
    *The postman that delivers mail to you wears the Postman's Hat from Majora's
    Mask (N64).  The Bunny Hood is symbolized on his flag.  He can also recognize
    you as a wolf, though you automatically change to a human before he runs
    towards you.
    
    *The Warrior's breathing and the armour covering his face is reminiscent of
    Darth Vader in Star Wars.
    
    *Debatable:  The Warrior/Golden Wolf is the original hero of the Zelda series.
    See FAQs & Other Oddities.
    
    *The forest or earth temple is in the Faron Province.  In the Ocarina of Time 
    Farore, one of the three golden goddesses, is explained to be the goddess of 
    courage but also earth or at least she symbolizes it.  The same goes with the 
    Eldin Province.  This is where the fire temple is located and as in the Ocarina 
    ,of Time Din, who is also one of three golden goddesses,  is explained to be 
    the goddess of power or rock and fire or at least symbolizes it.  By now you 
    may have guessed that the Lanayru Province does this too.  The water temple is 
    in this province and Nayru, who is the third golden goddess, is explained to 
    be the goddess of wisdom and water or at least symbolizes it in the Ocarina of 
    Time. 
    
    *Fanadi, Telma and Agitha are supposed to represent the three main races from 
    OoT. They all have three dots of makeup near their eyes corresponding to the 
    pieces of the Triforce. 
    
    *The three Link-fan girls outside STAR have the hair colors of the Godesses, 
    but that's probably just conincidence
    
    *Purlo is based on Tingle (although not as overweight or middle-aged). He also 
    wears a clock in a reference to the days of old, a.k.a. OoT and MM.
    
    *Gor Amoto's name is a pun on the father of Zelda and Mario, Miyamoto Shigeru-
    san.
    
    *Howling Stones seem to be modeled on the Gossip Stones of OoT-era Hyrule, and 
    bear the sign of the Sheikah.
     
    *Doors in the Forest Temple have the Kokiri symbol (lending credence to the 
    claim that it is the Deku Tree's remains?), doors in the Goron Mines have the 
    Goron symbol, doors in the Lakebed Temple have the Zora symbol, and if I 
    remember correctly some doors in Hyrule Castle have the Royal Crest on them.
     
    *Ooccoo is actually the hexidecimal code (00CC00) for the color of Link's
    green tunic, found in the first Zelda game.
    
    *If the Arbiter's Grounds really is the Spirit Temple, then maybe the boss 
    is what's left of Volvagia from OoT? (Also, there's that mirror...)
    
    *There's that whole thing about a cursed swordsman in the Hyrule Castle 
    graveyard (you're supposed to bomb a rock on the ground). The 'cursed 
    swordsman' may refer to the Hero's Spirit, who assumes the form of a wolf.
    
    **FOLLOW-UP**
    
    *The Gerudo may be descended from the "Dark Interlopers". 
     
    *There are 21 ways (besides the obvious random hearts from enemies, bushes, 
    etc.) to heal Link in the game:
    1) Eating bee larva
    2-4) Potions (red, blue, purple)
    5-9) Chu jelly (red, blue, purple, green, rare)
    10-13) Yeto's soups (simple, good, superb, nasty) in Snowhead Temple
    14) Fairy
    15) Great Fairy's Tears
    16) Heart Container
    17) Heart Piece
    18) Milk
    19) Game Over
    20) Kakariko Village hot springs
    
    *When Link is riding Epona with his sword sheathed, you can speed boost and 
    then draw the sword. Link will do a heroic/somewhat cheesy "Charge!" pose.
     
    *If you mount your horse from the back, Link will get on quickly and speed 
    off. It's also possible to backflip from the saddle, when enemies are around.
    
    *TP's Link is the first to ever open dungeon doors manually. The first time, 
    dirt will fall off, but after that they'll be clean.
    
    *Killing an entire flock of Guays in a field area will cause rupees to fall 
    from the sky beneath them.
     
    *Firing a bomb arrow into the sky makes a firework!
     
    *Sometimes Midna hums her own theme. This can be heard when entering the 
    Twilit Faro Woods the first time, for example.
    
    *While she is posessed by Ganondorf, Zelda's earrings change color.
    
    *The opening notes of Midna's theme seem to bear some resemblance to 
    Zelda's Lullaby, albeit played in reverse and in a different key.
    
    *When Link is a wolf but Midna is not on his back, she still appears in his 
    shadow.
    
    *Midna does not reflect in mirrors.
    
    *Ganondorf seems to have slightly yellow eyes with dark pupils, Midna has 
    yellow eyes with red pupils, Zant has yellow pupilless eyes, and Puppet 
    Zelda's pupils are yellow.
    
    *If you couldn't already tell, Ganondorf's TP appearance seems to be 
    largely based on his look from OoT. His hands and feet have shrunk, though, 
    but now he can even more rightly be called the desert man in black armor.
    
    *Twilight Princess may be the first game in which Link can kick minor enemies. 
    This can be done by rolling with the iron boots.
    *UPDATE:  Outside Hyrule Castle Town, near the warp point, you can take out 
    several Helmasaurs with just one roll after their masks are removed.  Though 
    the timing is difficult and you chance rolling into an enemy's attack, it 
    would appear that the Iron Boots used offensively are twice as strong as the 
    Master Sword against regular enemies! (Two slices from the Blade of Evil's 
    Bane defeat Helmasaurs.)  The shield is not needed; one simply has to catch 
    the enemy off guard/from behind.  Maybe it works with other enemies, too?
    
    *In the Goron Springs, where you can fill a bottle with spring water, I had 
    filled a bottle with some, and then I promptly saved. I stopped playing 
    immediately. However, I started it up again, and saw the bottle still filled 
    with "spring water" (rather than normal water). I knew that after 5 minutes 
    or so the water should lose its heat and convert. However, for some reason 
    after restarting, the spring water never changed to normal water. I walked 
    around, perplexed, for a good 30 minutes and still had spring water in the 
    bottle. It didn't change.
    
    *Sword combinations:
    
    - When charging for jump strike and before striking the ground, circle the 
    control stick and press any button, then the jump strike will be followed 
    with a spin attack immediately.
    
    -Roll stab:  When rolling, press B, then lock on an enemy.  The sword will 
    automatically thrust at the locked enemy.  This technique is as powerful as 
    the jump attack.
     
    - 4 kinds of mortal draws:  One is taught.  The second is when Link is able 
    to draw an enemy, push the control stick toward Link's face or back direction 
    and press A.  A faster and wider horizonal draw will be performed.  This is 
    very effective to most enemies,even facing the mummy [Stalfos].  Lock on an 
    enemy just a short moment, push R to perform a shield attack, then use mortal 
    draw.  This can make a mortal draw very safe, because the enemy is stunned.  
    Lock on an unarmed Darknut, keep shield attacking him and circle to his back 
    near his bare hand before the last shield attack, then release the L button
    and press A.  An unarmed Darkut can just stand three mortal draws and a jump 
    attack.  The third mortal draw is done by putting away your sword, roll to an 
    enemy, and, just at the end of the roll, the control pad will have a short 
    shake.  In the second half of the short shake, press A, then a very fast 
    mortal draw will be performed faster than any enemy's swinging sword, at least 
    they are defeated before Link is attacked.  It seems as if the sword is drawn 
    from mid-air.  For the fourth mortal draw, just combine the second and third 
    mortal draws: in the second half of the short shake, push the control stick 
    toward Link's face or back direction and press A at the same time.  Remember, 
    it would be better not to roll by the enemy you want to draw.  If so, Link may 
    be found and attacked before the roll is over.  The end of the roll shoud be 
    the first time you are near the enemy you want to draw.
     
    Here is a video that demonstrates these sword moves in the Cave of Ordeals:
    http://v.youku.com/v_show/id_XMTYzNjE3NjY0.html
    
    The video is 36 minutes long, so it may take time to load!
    
    *You can stand on Beamos enemies by jumping from a height onto them.  If you
    dangle off the edge, the laser eye will not fire at you, even if it passes by
    you.  Besides arrows, you can also use the B&C to destroy the eye.
    
    *Link appears to be right-handed in LoZ: OoT, MM, and TP.
    
    *Apparently, the scene of the sages sending ganondorf back to the twilight was 
    how he was imprissoned origionally before LttP, and some of the symbols, when 
    not circling, are shown in some parts of LttP, such as the alternating 
    triangles (see graph for detail) on the border of the triforce image.
     
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    *Compare the world maps from the Legend of Zelda, Adventure of Link, Link to 
    the Past, and Twilight Princess. The Legend of Zelda world is actually present 
    in Adventure of Link only it is much smaller. I think the original world 
    actually grows over the preceding world in each incarnation. Its like the 
    people keep growing exponentially larger OR there is a minish cap type thing 
    going on.
    
    *I've added a new section for secret rupee chests, which I haven't included
    in the walkthrough--the reason for that is because they're not necessary to
    complete the game...and because it's my walkthrough...nyah nyah nyah!  Just
    kidding :oD
    
           - Southwest of Castle Town- on a pillar in the old amphitheater- use
             the Dominion Rod to move the owl statue to reach it
    
           - South of Castle Town- on a pillar surrounded by water- clawshot to 
             the target atop a tower, drop to the ledge, use the spinner & jump 
             off about halfway to reach it
    
           - South of Castle Town- from the above chest, climb up the tower after
             clawshotting the target, then walk the tightrope as wolf Link;
             change back to human Link, then dangle off the edge & wiggle across;
             change back to a wolf, and walk another tightrope to a chest
     
           - Kakariko Village- from the lookout atop the Highest Building, 
             looking left from the very north edge; use a cucoo & hug the right
             side as you take off towards the chest to land beside it
    
    
    RUMOURS:
    
    *A New Sword:
    To get this sword you must get it before you repair the bridge of eldin, 
    Throw as many bombs as you can, warp to Kakoriko Village buy more bombs 
    warp back then throw the bombs even more. It'll give you a secret key then 
    defeat even worse guys and then Ganon Don't completely kill him. Go further 
    then in a chest or in a pedestal, You WILL GET THE STONGEST SWORD, THE 
    MIRROR SWORD!-- from AdamTCC
    
    My Reply:  I haven't come across this before, and I can't check it now 
    since I've restored the Bridge of Eldin.
    
    *UPDATE:
    I checked out that mirror sword thing and it doesnt work if it did, there 
    would need to be an extra slot like the armours but there isnt-- from Tommy
    
    
    *If you throw the ball & chain against something like the bars in the room 
    where you fight Darkhammer, it'll rebound and hit Link.  I'm not sure...might 
    have to check that one out.
    
    *UPDATE:  See Secrets
    
    
    *Can you catch the Bomb Fish in the Lakebed Temple room by the boss door?
    
    *UPDATE:
    No. And it's not just because Bomb Fish are far-sighted--which they are.  
    Amusingly, if I cast the bobber (with Earring and naught else for bait) into 
    the area the Bomb Fish was patrolling, it would be attracted to my lure and 
    swim around it as long as it was held in the water, but was unable to actually 
    bite the lure and thus impossible to catch. For whatever reason, though they 
    can certainly bite Hylian tunic, they can't Coral Earrings...
    --from Treshu
    
    *Can you land on the small rocks in chasms even briefly (i.e.: those found way 
    far down in some gaps such as during the Yeti race and on the way to the Sacred 
    Grove with the golden cucco, among others)?
    
    *UPDATE:
    You'd have to be a heck of a lot better than me--and willing to see a few 
    game-overs. So I say no, until someone else confirms otherwise.  The one found 
    in the chasm-filled route to the Sacred Grove through the woods seemed 
    promising: just let go of the cucco with precise timing.  Perhaps these are 
    simply cosmetic features and not actually stable patforms.
    
    
    
    If you have any secrets from Twilight Princess to add, send me an e-mail with 
    detailed information and I'll check it out. If it's legit, I'll post it here 
    with credit to you.
    
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    Q:  (paraphrased):  What way is north, south, etc.?  -- from Chuck
    
    A:  This is answered under Decoding My Directions.  It follows the 
        compass given in dungeons and on area maps.  Generally, north is upwards,
        south is downwards, east is right, west is left, northwest is up & left,
        southwest is down & left, northeast is up & right, and southeast is down
        & right.  Distance to follow on these directions depends on the area.
        See walkthrough's instructions for further help.
    
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    Q:   I'm now trying to find the hidden village near the bridge of eldin, but 
         i can't find it.There's a section that says you have to pay 1000 
         rupees to fix the bridge? To whom do you donate the money, the old 
         dude in castle town or is it someone else? i don't really have a big 
         enough wallet.. so should i catch all the bugs so that i obtain a 
         large one? do i have to pay to repair it or can i do it without 
         paying? -- from Victoria
    
    A:   When you approached Lanayru Province before Lakebed Temple, the bridge 
         broke and the Shadow Beings appeared, right?  That's when you should 
         have beaten them to open the warp portal.  You get another chance 
         when returning Elia to Kakariko Village from Telma's Bar in Castle 
         Town.  You also fought King Bulbin on the bridge, right?
     
         The Hidden Village is just north of Eldin Bridge.  You should have a 
         red dot on the map after talking to Renado and the Goron Elders in 
         Kakariko Village.  If not, after the wooden bridge surrounded by all 
         those Moblin Archers, hug the left wall and climb onto the ledge 
         there.  Follow the path into the cave and Darbus should destroy the 
         rocky dead end for you.
     
         The 1000 rupee donation to repair Eldin Bridge is made in Kakariko
         Village at Malo Mart (the general store with Malo's pictures 
         plastered around).  You don't need a big wallet to pay it (you can 
         pay it over time and not all at once).  Did you collect any big 
         rupee prizes in the previous dungeons?  There are lots of chests 
         with 20, 50, or even 100 rupee prizes.  As for the Golden Bugs, 
         check out my section on that and try to collect them that way.  
         Agatha in Castle Town (in the south road area on the left side) 
         will pay 50 rupees for each bug and 100 rupees for the partner.  
         That will cover a lot of the donation.
     
         BTW, you don't need to warp the piece of bridge to access the
         Arbiter's Grounds (which is in Gerudo Mesa, though you may have 
         already finished that dungeon), but I can see the problem in 
         accessing the Hidden Village.
    
    **FOLLOW-UP**
    
    Q:  The donated money fixes the east bridge into Castle Town, as it was 
        demolished before the game timeline even started.  About the Eldin 
        Bridge, all you have to do is warp the piece from Gerudo Mesa--
        from Ryan
    
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    Q:  Is the Warrior/Golden Wolf the original hero of the Zelda series?
        -- from nintendo_girl21
    
    A:  It goes to show that you learn something new every time you play a
        video game.  In receiving the final Hidden Skill from the Warrior
        (a.k.a. the Golden Wolf), he tells you the following:
    
        "Although I accepted life as the hero, I could not convey the lessons
        of that life to those who came after.  At last, I have eased my 
        regrets."
    
        Could he be referring to his own past as the hero originally known as
        Link?  If so, when and for how long was he the "hero"?
    
        E-mail me and tell me what you think!  I'll add your comments here with
        credit to you.
    
    **RESPONSE**
    
        Hi, yeah, uh, wanted to point out the fact if that long-dead-but-still-
        incredibly-powerful warrior that Link meets and teaches those hidden 
        skills to, if he really is Link's father er somethin because when you 
        learn the final skill the warrior says "Do not faulter my child!" er 
        somethin to that nature.--from Matt
    
    A:  I don't believe that Link's father has ever played a role in the Zelda
        series (only his mother was mentioned in a flashback story in Ocarina
        of Time).  Also, it would be unlikely that the warrior would be his
        father and not be mentioned explicitly as part of the game's story.
        In my opinion, his reference to Link as "my child" is not meant to
        be taken literally, but instead as an address to a younger person.
        For instance, a man might call a boy "son", yet not be father and son
        biologically.  But, congrats on really paying attention to the dialogue
        in the game, since people normally skip over it and don't pay attention
        to the underlying messages that sometimes stand out.
    
    **RESPONSE**
    
        You forgot Zelda:A Link to the Past(snes),near the beginning Link's 
        father dies just after teaching him a special attack.The spin attack 
        we all know and love,just something interesting to think about. 
        --from Creature
    
    A:  D'oh!  Forgot about that game...probably because I've never played it!
        Thanks for the tidbit of info.
    
    **RESPONSE**
    
    Q:  Someone states that you see said father die in A Link To The Past.  I 
        have to say he's quite wrong, that was his uncle.  I remembered it so, 
        but just to make sure, I looked it up on Wikipedia-- from Salvidrim
    
    Q:  The man that collapses in Link to the Past is Link's Uncle, and it says 
        this in the final scenes after beating the game. I just thought this may 
        clear some issues up, as LttP is my favourite game ever!-- from Stuart
    
    A:  Thank you both for clearing this up!
    
    **RESPONSE**
    
    Q:  I guess all I'm writing for is to point out a few things about the Golden 
        Wolf/Hero's Spirit guy. I, for one, believe that he was indeed a Link of 
        the past (which one he is/was is debatable, but personally I'm guessing 
        Ocarina).
    
        First of all, he's wielding a *Master Sword*. I didn't notice the first 
        time I saw it, but it would seem the Hero's Spirit was once capable of 
        using the Blade of Evil's Bane. If you ask me, that's a little clue as 
        to his identity...Oh, and by the way, it's pretty evident when he and 
        Link cross swords.  Then there's the fact that he's a lefty (there are 
        two     people out there who didn't notice this. I am writing this on 
        their behalf).     So is Link. Okay, so the Golden Wolf's a righty in 
        the Wii version, but Link is too. So how many left-handed heroes are 
        there?  The Hero's Spirit tells Link that the techniques he teaches do 
        not leave [their] bloodline. This might be stretching it, but there are 
        only two choices here: either the two of them are related (however 
        distantly), or the spirit is referring to his family... very oddly. Hmmm. 
        Based on info you recieve upon learning the Spin Attack in several Zelda 
        games, it's a technique passed down through Link's bloodline.  The Hero's 
        Spirit teaches the *Great Spin*, a Spin Attack "upgrade".  Coincidence?-- 
        from Cobalt
    
    A:  Excellent points!  Maybe my question was too easy after all :oD
    
    **RESPONSE**
    
    Q:  In A Link to the Past (and almost all the other games), it mentions that
        Link is a decendant of the original Knights of Hyrule. In fact, the only 
        game which doesn't (ignoring any game that is unrelated to Hyrule itself) 
        is this one, at least not directly. Indeed, their captain was the only one 
        at the time who could wield the Master Sword. Also note the armour he wears 
        is similar to what the guards actually wear in Hyrule Castle Town (but a 
        lot more rusted, and a lot bigger). So whilst I'd say he's too old to be 
        Link's Father, he is indeed an ancestor. But he is not a Link, because more 
        than likely, he is from before the start of the story of the Legendary Hero 
        (i.e. possibly the father of the Link from OoT?), due to his armour (as 
        Link's armour never changes much in terms of shape, whilst this man's 
        armour is quite different).
    
    **RESPONSE**
    
    Q:   For the stuff about the golden hero/spirit, i had a brief contact with the 
         lead storyboard desinger of TP, (when we met, a swore a beam of light 
         shone on me, and i heard angels sing gloria) and he said that he doesn't 
         exactly remember, but he thinks that the hero was a Link from the past 
         (no pun intended) that is related to Link, but from before the MM or OoT, 
         because the sword he wields is the spirits own version of the master 
         sword that can manifest energy into balls of light (from skill #2, shield 
         attack) but is not as powerful.  he also said that this spirit was trapped 
         in the twili realm, and died their, thus the wolf form, but decided to 
         leave that for the gamers to figure out.  and the last thing he said was 
         that midna hints to knowing this hero some how with the Twili people's 
         legend of a wolf coming to save their realm, when your in the twilight 
         realm. he said that the people were told that the golden wolf would return 
         and save them--from LinkoftheMeadow
    
    **RESPONSE**
    
    Q:  Also, the undead soldier: Each incarnation of Link apparently always 
        becomes king on completion of his quest. I think this is one of the dead 
        Links. Probably the Link that captured Ganondorf when he was banished 
        into the twilight realm. The twilight realm also resembles a realm in A 
        Link to the Past where Ganon was banished--from Joseph
    
    
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    Q:  This might be a really obvious question, but I just couldn't figure it 
        out.  I am in the begining of Lake Bed Temple, after going through the 
        tunnel and am now in the huge room with the staircase that turned 
        around.  How do you pull down the levers that activate stuff, such as 
        the stairs?  I moved the stairs by grabbing one, but it was on accident 
        and I dont't know how I did it.  -- from Sara Mulder
    
    A:  You just need to jump towards the lever and Link will automatically 
        grab on and pull it.  As a wolf (in other areas), you need to L-target
        it and press A to "Bite" it.  As for directions on how to navigate
        the room, see my Lakebed Temple walkthrough.
    
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    Q:  How do you reach the big treasure chest on west castle town entrance 
        by the stairs/flowers surrounded by water?  I've searched the 
        walkthrough but i cant find it.I dont know if I missed it.  I 
        finished the game but im curious about how to reach that chest.
        --from Miguel "Mike" Agrispin
    
    A:  You use the Spinner on the wall track to reach it.  I didn't
        include it in the walkthrough, because a) I didn't notice it
        and b) it contains rupees, not a major item or Heart Piece.  But
        good job finding something new!
    
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    Q:  Hi, my question is regarding the first howling stone in Death 
        Mountain. Well, i tried many times to howl the melody in the right 
        order, but the golden beast never showed up. After so many tries i 
        got fed up and went to look for the other bugs, eventually i got 
        turned back into human. So now i'm stuck with no mark on my map for 
        the skill. Is there any way i can do the melody again? Please i 
        need your help!-- from Ty
    
    A:  Don't panic!  You will eventually be able to turn into a wolf
        without having to enter the Twilight with Midna.  Once you have
        that ability, you can enter Death Mountain, change into a wolf,
        and attempt the Howling Stone again, then find the Golden Wolf.
        Remember that the Hidden Skills are relatively optional, though
        they certainly make enemy or boss fights easier.  Also, with the
        Howling Stones, it's easy to mess up the notes, but if you hit
        some notes correctly, a blue streak will appear.  Quit and listen
        to the song again, keeping in mind the blue parts that you've
        already played correctly.
    
    
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    Q:  i've read your faq of the game, but i am stuck.  U stopped where i 
        need  help 2  get lila s memory back.  Sorry form english not that 
        good.--from Joan
    
    A:  The section "Temple of Time" indicates where & how to restore Ilia's 
        memory.  After completing the Temple of Time, you should have the 
        Dominion Rod.  After that, you do the following [as indicated in that 
        section of the walkthrough]. I hope that is all clear to you.  If you 
        printed my walkthrough, maybe it cut that part off, otherwise it 
        should be there under Temple of Time in the walkthrough.
    
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    Q:  at Gerudo i fell in a cave,all i do is fithing enemy s and go up with 
        an alivator.But you don t get any hearts.I met a fairy who ask if i 
        will fight her.My question, is there an end 2 this, i ve don about 10 
        stages.Because if you death,you have 2 start all over.-- from Joan
    
    A:  It seems you've found the Cave of Ordeals.  It's best to wait until 
        near the end of the game (before going into Hyrule Castle) to try this 
        out.  For the rules and general strategies, see my Cave of Ordeals 
        section.  You don't receive any hearts, as it's a tough challenge (you 
        need to be fully prepared to replenish health before entering).  You 
        can, however, collect rupees to fill your wallet and subsequently add 
        time to use your Magic Armour.  To exit, you need to talk with a Great 
        Fairy and have her take you back outside the cave, otherwise you will 
        likely die in the cave and be rerouted to where you last saved.
    
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    Q:  Hi, I just finished looking through your most recent walkthru, and 
        wondered if you have heard anyone mention about a problem in the 
        Twilt Dungeon.  I have been all the way to the spot to meet Gant, and 
        when I walk into the last room, when I'm supposed to get the big key
        (for the big door) at the end, I meet 3 of the twilit beasts, one at 
        a time, and they fall easily. but no matter how long I wander in 
        there, and move the cloud around, the warp portal doesn't open, and I 
        can't fight the final 3 to get the key, I hope this makes sense. I've 
        left, and gone through the other rooms again, came back, same problem, 
        I've left the city and come back twice, and it still doesn't seem to 
        activate the warp portal battle. Any suggestions, or hints as to what 
        to do, other than start over?
    
        Also, I have found that when you need rupees, you can run into trees, 
        and some of the trees drop multiple rupees.
    
        Also, the rare chu jelly can be located in two places easily that I can 
        mention, in the dig spot in the barn of the goat herder, behind the 
        postman that is there, and in the dig spot in the lower hyrule field, 
        below castle town.
    
        My other problem spot is the Cave of Ordeals, but I also wanted to 
        mention something else I discovered there. First of all, I find you have 
        to take in the blue/or rare chu jelly, it lasts longer than the red. The 
        fairies only fill about 8 hearts, so they don't help as much as they did 
        in the beginning of the game.  Some of the floors have dig spots, with 
        various benefits in them, I go around as the wolf, after every battle on 
        each floor, with my senses on, and on the 3rd floor you can get a heart, 
        on subsequent floors, it varies from nothing, to 1, to 3 hearts, sometimes 
        rupees, on the floor with the 2 darknuts, if you check it out after you 
        beat them, it provides a silver rupee, the only one I've seen so far. 
        that's worth 200, which helps in the necessary armor usage. Anyway, check 
        out each floor, it might vary per game or per use. My problem with the 
        cave of ordeals, is that I can get as far as the 3 darknuts, but no 
        further, I keep dying on that floor.lso, when you die in the cave of 
        ordeals, you always end up at the top of the original stairs into the 
        in the desert, with 3 hearts.
    
        Anyway, please tell me what to do to get done with the twilit palace. Let 
        me know if you have any questions about my meesley donation hints. Thanks.
        -- from Denise
    
    A:  First of all, thanks for your hints and secrets.  I already knew about
        the wolf digging spots in the Cave of Ordeals and the tree-banging thing,
        but I'll have to check out those chu jelly things.  I also didn't know
        about the silver rupee in the Cave after beating the Darknuts.  That's
        awesome!  There are actually two other ways to get a silver rupee:  see
        the Poe Souls page (get all 60 and Jovani gives you one) and in the bell
        tower in Kakariko Village (see Secrets).
    
        The room to get the Big Key to fight Zant is a bit complex.  I don't know
        if you're following my walkthrough, but you should have the Light Sword
        to cut the fog.  Once you have that, you should be able to activate
        Sols (orbs) using the Light Sword and take a bunch of elevators.  Here's
        the section I think might help you (starting from the main area where
        you got the Light Sword):
    
        Go north of the pedestals atop a ramp.  Defeat the Shadow Birds that flock, 
        then use a spin attack on the wall of black fog to clear a space, then 
        jump across through it before it closes up again.  Head through the north 
        door.  Cut the fog with your new sword and defeat the variety of enemies 
        here.  At the north end, carry each of the two deactivated Sols to two 
        pedestals in the middle of the fog, using your Light Sword to cut an 
        opening, and make stairs appear.  Climb them to find a black, deactivated 
        light orb and hit it with your sword to create a glowing blue tile on the 
        floor.  Use it like an elevator to the east end and drop off.  Defeat the 
        enemies, then head east and defeat the four Masks of Zant with your new 
        sword that cuts through them easily.  Open the chest that appears for a 
        Small Key.  Near the chest are three deactivated Orbs.  Stand in the 
        middle of them and use a spin attack to light up all three at once.  An 
        elevator platforms carries you west.  Drop off and head through the 
        locked door.  Defeat a slew of Shadow Beings and Shadow Birds here, then 
        activate two orbs simultaneously at the west end with a spin attack.  
        Ride the elevator south, then east, and get off there.  Defeat the single 
        Mask of Zant and a few more appear.  Spin attack two orbs and ride back to 
        the balcony, defeating the Masks until a chest appears in the north end.  
        Open it for a Small Key.  Use a spin attack to cut the fog on the east 
        side, then go through it and clawshot the target at north.  Take several 
        more targets to the top and open the chest here for the Big Key. 
    
        The Cave of Ordeals is really, really tough.  I've beaten it once and have
        failed (badly) since to beat it again.  You need a full inventory of arrows
        and bombs, and basically have a full wallet for the Magic Armour.  I would
        use the Magic Armour on the last two floors.  For any floor before that, if
        you need it badly, use it sparingly.  For more tips, see my Cave of Ordeals
        page.  Sorry, I don't have a lot of advice on the Cave.  It takes a lot of
        luck and hard patience.  If you die on the final floor, you need to refresh
        your heart meter.  It sucks, but that's the way it is.
    
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    Q:  Just letting you know of an error in the walkthrough you made for The 
        Legend of Zelda: The Twilight Princess (copy and pasted from walkthrough 
        with quotations and underlined problem)
     
        "Head east to two parallel trenches.  Search the northernmost one to find 
        the *Female Dayfly* fluttering about.  Use the boomerang to bring it in.  
        Head east from here, hugging the south wall until you reach a wooden gate.  
        Head northwest from this point to find the *Male Dayfly*.  In the northwest 
        area near a Moblin camp, step into the firelight and a Mobin Archer will 
        spot you and engage battle by riding boars (or buffalos).  Defeat the 
        riders and mount a boar to ride it (!)."
     
        The thing is where it said head north west (like toward the moblin camp) 
        (its underlined where it is) to get the day fly, but it is (supposed) to 
        be south west, i spent an extra hour looking north, then i looked east 
        and finally went south and found it flying. (so you could say head south 
        west toward the middle/lower part of the map) 
     
        hope you fix this problem soon or others might have the same problem. 
     
        P.S. Love the walkthrough it made the game easier for me, even though i was 
        mostly reading it to find the heart peices and bugs. (read the walkthrough 
        on Gamespot) if that helps.-- from Jslight4
    
    A:  Wow, I'm sorry that my directions left you stranded for a while.  My walk-
        through is "Version 2.0", but even then you find errors.  In checking with
        Mr. Shotgun's walkthrough (which I used myself before writing my own), the
        direction should be NORTHEAST from the south wall with the wooden gate.
        My apologies!  I'm glad you were able to find it despite my mistake.
    
    **CORRECTION**
    
    A:  Upon further review (and actually playing the game through with my
        instructions), the original direction of NORTHWEST is correct.  The
        direction is followed from the wooden gate along the southeast.
        I think that is what threw me off in answering the FAQ above.
        Sorry about all that!  I've corrected it again in my walkthrough.
    
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    Q:  At the pond, where you get your second bottle, how do you catch it?  No 
        matter where I position my boat, when I cast, the lure always lands on the 
        dock.  What am I doing wrong?-- from Denise Amos
    
    A:  First of all, you don't need the boat to get the bottle at the Fishing 
        Pond.  Upon entering the pond, head right to a small dock and face right.  
        Cast your fishing rod into the small pond and keep trying to pull something 
        up until you find it.
    
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    Q:  i feel like a retard having to write you about this but you seem friendly 
        and willing to help.   i have read several of these walkthroughs 
        extensively and spent days searching the twilight princess game. for the 
        life of me i can not find the cave of ordeals!   i know it is at the mesa 
        warp point and i have seen the entrance indicated on maps but i cant find 
        it. i have looked as a human and using the wolf senses but i have been 
        unsuccessful so far.  please give me more on the exact location and what 
        it looks like.   i have already beaten the game so it is not a big deal, 
        but it bothers me that i cant find it.  i am playing on the gamecube 
        version.   thank you in advance nintendo girl, and let me add that your 
        faq  has helped me very much on this game-- from Justin (AxeGod5150)
    
    A:  Oh my, what a crisis!  If you finished the game, you should have unlocked
        the Mesa warp portal by defeating the Twilight Beasts atop the small hill
        with a tower-like structure, then warped it to Bridge of Eldin to restore
        the broken bridge.  DIRECTLY AT the Mesa warp point is a big hole.  There
        is no sign or indication that it is the Cave of Ordeals, but that is exactly
        what it is.  Drop down inside and BINGO!  
    
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    Q:  Greetings, your Highness. I beg for your help.  I have a big problem on 
        Twilight Princess for the GameCube.  My problem is on Arbiter's Grounds. 
        You see, on your walkthrough you wrote:  "Open the chest ahead for the Big 
        Key. Use a track to cross east into a previous room. In the middle is a 
        hole.  Stand in it and use the spinner's egg beater move with A to rotate 
        the wall".  The problem is, my wall is already rotated. You see, I try to 
        never use walkthroughs (because they hurt my pride a bit), and I started 
        the dungeon as I start most dungeons: Running about and getting whatever 
        I can find before developing a strategy. So I did it in the wrong order I 
        guess. 
        
        Long story short: I don't have the big Boss key, and I don't know if I can 
        get it now that the wall is rotated. If you are so kind as to spare some 
        words of advise with a clumsy guy, I'd be  much thankful.--from Miguelangel
    
    A:  Thank you for recognizing my royalty in the gaming world (that's a first!).
        I see no problem in trying the game yourself, so I completely understand if
        you're stuck and just need some help to get out.  That's okay if you 
        already created the track, because the Big Key is through a door in the 
        room before this one.  If you use the spinner in the hole again (press A to 
        use the "egg beater" move), you can reverse the step.  In the previous 
        room, ride the track along the north wall west and drop off at the top of 
        the ramp.  
        
        Climb up to a second ramp and at the top are two parallel tracks with spike 
        barriers on both ends.  Ride them and jump between the spikes to the end 
        and through the door.  Open the chest ahead for the Big Key.  Use a track 
        to cross east into a previous room.  Here's where you made the wall 
        appear.  Just do that step again and pretty soon you'll find the Boss 
        Door, but I won't spoil that for you if you'd like to try it on your own!
    
    **FOLLOW-UP**
    
    Q:  In the Arbitors area..I accidentally did what the other guy that wrote to 
        you did with respect to inserting the spinner into the floor grove and 
        moving the room. I also used the spinner to get to the top and hopped onto 
        the ledge and got the spiralling track which too me to the locked door of 
        the boss.
    
        Unfortunately..just like in your FAQ's from Miguelangel (page 117-118 of 
        131) I didn't get the boss key. I read your reply to him that says to go 
        back to center of the room and insert the spinner there and press A to 
        reverse the room walls opening. I tried and tied and tried but the spinner 
        won't lock into the notches in center of room,..it just spins away from 
        there no matter how hard I try.  I did notice that the room that's closed 
        is partially open at the top and I can hookshot to it, and get to the other 
        side, but when I do its the round room with the giant corkscrew that can 
        take you down to different levels. 
    
        Is there any way I can get back to the beginning of the rails so I can 
        start that? (Where the heart was) I already got the heart etc. Im afraid 
        I may have to start all over from the beginning YUK! 50 hrs. So hopefully 
        you can lead me to the boss key from that round room. What am I doing 
        wrong that the spinner wont reverse the room action?
    
        In your answer to him on page 118.. you say once the door is there go thru 
        it and get on the rails..there is no door anywhere behind the only door 
        from center of room is the one I told you..with giant corkscrew that I can 
        access but leads really nowhere..no rails..Eagerly waiting for your 
        answer.
    
        Oth yes, I brought a barrel of water to the goron on east side of 
        castletown, but when I bring a bottle of springwater to goron on south 
        side outside and give it to it it spills on the ground grrrrrrrrrrrrr what 
        am I doing wrong?
    
        For reversing the key to get the walls to move..I have tried and tried to 
        park on top of the center round thing and when I apply the spinner it rans 
        away. Afraid it may be locked.where is that room that opens when the 
        spinner is reversed? I looked around the room and there is the room 
        leading to the boss, the room where I can see the Boss key but cant get to 
        it backwards, a tunnel leading out, and that closed door that I can 
        hoookshot to that has the giant corkscrew on other side..but no tracks
        -- from Dave
    
    A:  Wow...that's a tough one.  I realize that I gave bad advice to 
        Miguelangel, because you can't reverse the spinner's actions.  I probably 
        should turn on the game & check for myself before dispensing answers :oD
    
        Good news...I found a way back!  From the spinner room where you tried to 
        reverse the wall, hookshot back to the corkscrew and push the lever to 
        lower the floor and exit out the door.  You need to backtrack to the room 
        with the rotating spike blade.  Navigate this room with the undead rats 
        and spikes, pull the wall out at the end to open up the door and head all 
        the way around the spikes to sneak through.  Take the door ahead and 
        here's the rotating blade!  Head east & climb up the broken steps using 
        the hookshot to the upper area of where you fought the Stalfos Warriors.  
        Next to the door is a spinner track.  Follow it and hop to the left track, 
        then through the door.  Here's the complicated spinner track course.  
        Follow it according to my walkthrough to the heart piece, then along to 
        the ramp by the Stalos Warrior.  From there, you'll reach a door and the 
        Boss Key.
    
        As for the Goron on the south side of Hyrule Field off Castle Town, check 
        my FAQs from Nancy & Joyce.
    
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    Q:  alright im going after the poe soul in Kakarico village ontop of the 
        bomb shop, well both of them, my problem is every walkthrough says go 
        through the second story window of the bomb shop. well for some reason 
        its boarded up! and i cant use a gorgon cause its night time. so i have 
        no clue how to get up there. please help me-- from Steve
    
    A:  In looking at my list of Poe Souls, I'm guessing the one you are going
        for is from the Bomb Shop wreckage (after you blew it up).  You don't
        need to enter the window (you're right, it's boarded up after you restore
        the village's light).  At night, use a cucoo from the hot spring off the 
        hotel roof to reach the second level of the Bomb Shop and find a *Poe 
        Soul* by the wreckage you made earlier (ah, memories).  Don't forget
        the other three Poe Souls in Kakariko Village!  
    
    **FOLLOW-UP**
    
    Q:  Awhile back, there was someone who asked how to get the Poe near the 
        blown-up Bomb Shop. You said to use a cucco and aim for the little 
        overhang jumping from the hot springs, but you can also just go into the 
        bomb shop, climb the stairs, and make your way up the path until you 
        reach the wreckage. Of course, you've still got to do it at night and all, 
        but I found it easier this way-- from Cobalt
    
    A:  Oh, of course!  I don't know why I didn't think of that :oP
    
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    Q:  I've been doing the Twilight Princess game and I've got a problem.  I 
        get a bottle of the hot spring water from the Goron near the south gate 
        in Castle Town to give to the Goron at the road block on the south side.  
        Every time I try to give the Goron at the road block a drink, I dump the 
        stuff on the ground.  What am I doing wrong?-- from Nancy
    
    A:  First of all, congrats on making it across the field with the hot water 
        barrel.  That alone can pose a challenge with the surrounding enemies!
        The best strategy here is to L-target the Goron, then toss the water on 
        him.  You can't miss that way!
    
    **FOLLOW-UP & CORRECTION**
    
    Q:  I have a problem handing water to the Goron in Castle Town.  I found the 
        following in your Q&A [Nancy's question above].  Your answer is for the 
        lazy Goron sitting on the bridge.  We need a solution for handing the 
        water to the Goron in Castle Town who is (supposedly) going to burrow 
        through a rock wall to open the south passageway.
    
        I can throw things, I just can't seem to "hand" this water to the Goron 
        who's standing there south of Castle Town staring at rocks-- from Joyce
    
    A:  Oops, my mistake!  I couldn't remember another point in the game that 
        involved using hot water.  I managed to get him to drink up.  Buy the 
        hot spring water and it goes into an empty bottle of yours.  Bring it 
        to the Goron at the wall and talk to him (L-target and press A).  He 
        will smell it on you and ask for it.  Say yes and he will drink the 
        water.  He begins to roll into the wall, trying to break it down.  He 
        says to return later.  I guess all that does is open up the road.  Wow, 
        that was a mystery.  I've looked through my walkthrough and cannot
        honestly say that I covered that part, but apparently it is not too 
        important as I completed all parts of the game without doing it before.
    
    **FOLLOW-UP ANSWER**
    
        I DID IT!  I DID IT!  I finally solved my mystery!  All this time the 
        Goron has been facing the wall and I walk up behind him and (A) speak 
        to him.  That's when he tells me he needs the water.  Well, the last 
        time I tried, I overshot my mark and ended up in front of him - between 
        him and the wall.  HALLELUJAH!  He smelled the water, asked for it, and 
        is busting down the wall right at this minute.  So in case you ever get 
        the question again, the answer is not to talk to his back and make him 
        turn around.  Run around in front of him and talk face to face.-- from 
        Joyce
    
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    Q:  right... when i finished the goron mines quest and i had to go accross 
        the stone bridge to go to castle town... half of it dissappears when 
        you get to the other side, and so i saved it and turned off my wii and 
        when i started again i was on the wrong side of the bridge with half of 
        it missing... what do i do now? because i cant carry on-- from Matthew
        Carr
    
    A:  Well, first of all, my walkthrough is for the GameCube version of Twilight 
        Princess, so any directions I give you will need to be reversed (if you're 
        confused about why this is, check out my game info page in my FAQ/
        walkthrough).
    
        After the Goron Mines, you should be able to purchase bombs in Kakariko 
        Village.  Once you have those, head north into Hyrule Field, then keep 
        going north, then northeast to Eldin Bridge.  After crossing it, you'll 
        bomb a wall of boulders, then the Shadow Beings will appear and remove 
        a piece of the bridge.  That is when the bridge becomes off limits for 
        the time being.  You'll restore it with Midna and also by donating 
        rupees to the Malo Mart fund.
    
    **FOLLOW-UP**
    
    Q:  The donated money fixes the east bridge into Castle Town, as it was 
        demolished before the game timeline even started.  About the Eldin 
        Bridge, all you have to do is warp the piece from Gerudo Mesa--
        from Ryan
    
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    Q:  I can not for the life of me get the second skill and I am still with 
        old mate wolf until I figure it out. The shield attached (phase 1 of 
        the second hidden skill) I got without a dramas, but then he wants me 
        to "reflect his spell" (which I will call phase 2 of hidden skill 2)? 
        I have been trying to "reflect" it but it just keeps going out when it 
        hits my shield. I am sure there is a really simple answer (hence not 
        seeing anything on the internet telling you how to) and would really 
        appreciate it if you could please help me. I am playing on a Wii (if 
        that makes any difference?)-- from Beckie
    
    A:  First of all, remember that my walkthrough is written for the GameCube 
        version, and I outline why this makes a difference in my game info 
        section.
    
        Anyway, after poking around some other walkthroughs, it seems you need 
        to press the Z button on the Nunchuk controller and flick it towards the 
        enemy (a.k.a. your TV screen).  This will stun it, then you jab with your 
        sword by swinging the Wii remote.  For the second part of the skill, you 
        need to swing the shield to bounce the light ball back to the warrior.  
        I would suggest using the Z button and swinging the Nunchuk.  The 
        controls are very different with the GameCube version, so I'm afraid I 
        can't be much help.
    
        Try searching the basic controls and/or hidden skills sections of the Wii 
        Twilight Princess walkthroughs on GameFAQs.  Judging by what I can find, 
        it's a tricky skill to learn, so keep practicing.  As far as I know, the 
        golden wolf doesn't give up on you if you keep missing.
    
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    Q:  Southeast of Castle Town (over the rise where a bug was caught) there is 
        an old amphitheater where I found a Poe Soul.  In the process of finding 
        him (her?), I found a treasure chest sitting on top of a pillar on the 
        right side as you enter the area.  Clawshot doesn't work; no medallion.  
        Ball and chain doesn't move it an inch.  Spinner off the seats just sinks 
        to the base of the column.  No vines to climb.  Out of sheer frustration, 
        I even shot a bomb arrow at it.  Didn't work.  Any idea how I can get 
        my hands on that treasure?-- from Joyce
    
    A:  You can access the chest after completing the Temple of Time dungeon and 
        receiving a new item, the Dominion Rod, which will move the statue that 
        looks like an owl in that area.  What you do is position the owl statue 
        near the pillar with the chest, then hop over to it.  It contains an 
        orange rupee, worth 100, if you are interested.  By the way, these steps
        are in the Temple of Time section of my walkthrough (towards the end).
     
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    Q:  I started my search for bugs a little late in the game, and think the 
        female snail may be stuck in the Temple of Time where I can't get back 
        to.  I didn't realize the significance of the bugs early, but I did 
        manage to collect quite a few along the way.  However, I now have the 
        sword and have defeated that little scarecrow and left the Temple of 
        Time.  I now want to collect the bugs and have found all but one, 
        because I can't figure out how to get back into the TOT (the path is 
        closed now that the scarecrow is dead and there is no option to warp 
        there.)  Is this possible?-- from Justin
    
    A:  Warp to the Sacred Grove within Faron Province, which should be available 
        as you fought the Twilight Beings there.  You should be able to return to 
        the Temple of Time through the door you used to enter it originally.  The 
        door is behind you.  Climb the blocks in the small cave and there it is.  
        Press A at the door to enter.  Voila!  Remember that the Skull Kid 
        (scarecrow) was off another path and led you to the grove, not the temple 
        itself.  I know this will work, as I turned on my finished file and tried 
        it myself.
     
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    Q:  As you leave Hyrule Castle to the South and start down the steps on either 
        side, there is a treasure chest in the middle raised up high enough that 
        it cannot be reached from ground level.  It is on a round raised rock 
        platform and this is mostly surrounded by water.  I have never been able 
        to get to that treasure chest.  Is there some secret to it, or is it so 
        simple that I am missing it totally?-- from Ron
    
    A:  Okay...found it!  I had to check on YouTube, since no one seems to explain 
        this one in print.  Right of the chest's platform is a tower.  Use the 
        clawshot on the target to reach it and drop below it to a ledge.  Use the 
        spinner and jump off about halfway across towards the chest.  Open it and 
        VOILA!
     
        There is actually a second chest in this area if you want it.  When you 
        clawshot the tower, climb up instead.  Change into a wolf and walk the 
        tightrope.  Change back to human Link and dangle off the edge, wiggling 
        your way across.  Change into a wolf again, walk another tightrope, and 
        you've found another chest! Both chests hold an orange rupee (worth 100).
     
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    Q:  In the beginning of the game, before you rescue Talo and the Monkey in 
        Faron Woods, Faron Province, there is a chest we found but cannot get to.  
        Just south of where you light the torches to get the first heart container 
        is a ramp from which you can jump onto 2 pillars, then to central pathway.  
        If you stand on the ramp and look up/behind you there is a chest.  We can 
        get onto the central pathway, but can't make the jump after it, it just 
        seems to far.  This jumping path seems to circle around and possibly lead 
        to the chest?  Are we on the right track?  Do we have to be the wolf or use 
        a special weapon (clawshot)?  What's in this chest?  How do we get to it, 
        and is it worth the time to get to it.-- from Anthony
    
    A:  I found the chest you're talking about.  If you're following my 
        walkthrough, I come to that one after the Temple of Time but before City 
        in the Sky.  You need the Dominion Rod item to access it.  The chest holds 
        a Heart Piece that is quite important if you are collecting them to 
        increase your health meter (and to fully complete the game).
    
        You can also find this chest under my Heart Pieces section (#40), however 
        the instructions won't do you much good until later in the game.
    
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    Q:  I hope that you can help me.  I'm playing the Game Cube version of the 
        Zelda Princess of Twlight.  I have been stuck in the Temple of Time at 
        the SCALES for over two weeks.  I'm not sure what I am doing wrong.  I 
        step on the first of the two massive scales, and Link sinks down.  
        However I have made every attempt to place, toss, throw, or heave the 
        small statute head (weight) on to the other scale, and I just can't get 
        it there.   If I walk up to the scale and toss it it just falls down to 
        the scale I'm on.  If I throw it, it hits the edge and bounces backwards.  
        I've tried running and throwing it--it ricochet's off, and lands on the 
        first scale I am standing on.  I've even tried to stand on the ledges of 
        the first scale, and tossing it; I just can't get it up there.  I can't 
        proceed with the game, or cross over the Scales if I can't land the 
        statue on the other scale--any suggestions?-- from Rodaan
    
    A:  When you first approach the scales, you are supposed to climb on the 
        first one and be lowered, then toss a mini-statue onto the second scale.  
        I suggest standing where the statue sat originally, then toss it upwards 
        by pushing the Control Stick up as you press A.  It shouldn't be too 
        difficult if you stand not too far away and not too close to the scale.
    
        If you're past the initial encounter with the scales, there is a point 
        where one scale remains locked in position in order for you to access 
        some higher areas in that room.  I'm not sure if you're following my 
        walkthrough, but it should outline how to use the scales properly to 
        continue on.
    
    **FOLLOW-UP**
    
    Q:  Just a follow-up, as I had this problem at first too. It's a LOT easier 
        to do this if you stand dead in the center of the lower scale, and face 
        the upper one. Then, L-target, which will make the screen go into wide 
        screen mode, but you won't target anything as there aren't any enemies 
        close enough to. Then you have the option of throwing by just pressing 
        the A-button, without pressing up, which could cause you to get too 
        close to the scale and the statue to bounce off-- from Ryan
    
    A:  Thanks for the additional info!
      
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    Q:  I've been trying to scan all of these walkthroughs even this Prima 
        Guide that I bought. In the back of the Prima Guide  It lists Mirror 
        shard #2  #3 #4  but it doesn't list the first shard. Can you help me? 
        Thank you-- from Jim
    
    A:  The first Mirror Shard is given after completing Arbiter's Grounds.  It 
        is actually part of the mirror already.  The three missing shards are 
        found in Snowpeak Ruins, Temple of Time, and City in the Sky.
    
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    Q:  I'm having a problem with getting the third bomb bag. I've talked to 
        every Zora in the throne room and have blown up the hot rock we used 
        from Death mountain to melt the ice but I never saw any goron. Am I 
        doing something wrong or is my game busted? I am playing the gamecube 
        version like your walkthrough is written for-- from Althena532
    
    A:  First of all, make sure you are in the correct room of Zora's Domain.  
        Some rooms are very similar.  You should have spoken with the Zora by
        the waterfall, who will carry you up, then you can enter the north room.  
        Sink down to the bottom floor with the Zora Armour & Iron Boots.  Use a 
        Water Bomb to bomb the remains of the rock.  Make sure it actually 
        explodes, because the Goron will spring out of the rock when you bomb it 
        and will land beside you.  Talk to him to get the third bomb bag as a 
        reward.
    
        If you happened to have completed this already and forgot, check your 
        items and see if you have 3 bomb bags.  Maybe you lost track & have it 
        already!
    
        Otherwise, I'm not sure how else to explain this, since it's pretty 
        automatic.  I read through my walkthrough very recently while re-playing 
        the game, so my instructions should be correct.
    
        If the game you are playing is used or damaged, it may affect game play, 
        otherwise everything should be running smoothly!
    
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    Q:  im stuck in the house up the top of the mountain after the snow beast. i 
        have done the first bit wher eu find teh pumpkin but i cant do teh second 
        i am stuck on many levels of this part and am struggling, i got 
        frustrated wid my wii and even broke one controller lol plz can u help i 
        cant get the cannons to fore or dont nowhere to go--from Gareth 
    
    A:  Keep in mind if you are following my walkthrough that it is written for 
        the Game Cube version, and the directions are reversed in the Wii version.  
        However, if you have been following it up to now, it should be working out 
        for you.  
    
        Just to briefly set you on your way, you should return the pumpkin to Yeto 
        in the kitchen, then get a new mark on your map from Yeta.  To fire the 
        cannon in the courtyard, you need to head through the open window and then 
        through the door.  Carry the cannonball to the cannon in this room and fire 
        it through the ice.  Through the next door, you'll get the Compass, then 
        backtrack to the courtyard area, get the key buried in the snow as a wolf, 
        then go through the locked gate to bring a cannonball into the courtyard 
        via the mechanism on the wall.  Just place the cannonball in the horseshoe-
        shaped slot, then pull on the handle to transfer it outside, then load the 
        cannon and fire it at the Giant Freezard.
    
        All this information is in my walkthrough, and everything after this point 
        as well.  If your Wiimote is broken, you might want to invest in another 
        one, just in case it is affecting your game playing.
    
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    Q:  I don't like to use guides unless I have to (i.e. when I'm really stuck), 
        so I just wanted to ensure that there were no one-time events/items in 
        this game before I start it.  I know that in the past Nintendo has put 
        one-timers in their games before (espcially in the Metroid Prime series 
        with the bio-scans, and in Wind Waker with the picture taking of the 
        bosses; those one chance type of events).  Anyway, are there any items or 
        events that you only have one chance to obtain or witness in this game?  
        Any help would be greatly appreciated, as I don't quite have the spare 
        time these days to go through the game more than once to get things 
        perfect and right-- from Jason
     
    A:  I see what you mean, as I've also been a very thorough Zelda game player.  
        As far as I know, everything that you collect in Twilight Princess is 
        always available to go back & find, though some items in dungeons would 
        be quite annoying to go back & collect, so I suggest trying to get them 
        when you're there in the first place.  Some Poe Souls have to be 
        collected in areas already explored as the ability to capture them comes 
        later in the game.
    
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    Q:  I beat the game once before and this didn't happen to me. I'm by the 
        fishing hole at the bottom of Zora River. I just got done finding the 
        mirror. A warp area with the shadow monsters appeared but I'm still 
        link. I can't transform, because the girl at the bridge is nearby. I 
        can't for the life of me figure out how to beat this part without being 
        the wolf. Any advice?-- from Quinn
    
    A:  Sure thing.  This is supposed to happen.  Just beat one Shadow Being 
        normally with your sword, then get close to the other two and use a 
        spin attack twice to beat the lot.
    
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    Q:  I'm stuck on one of the side quest, it's the one when you have to 
        bring spring water to the goron near castle town every time I go to 
        bring him spring water in a bottle nothing happened and I cant find 
        the cave of ordeals-- from Andrew
    
    A:  If this is the one about the Goron standing in front of the wall
        just off Castle Town, see Joyce's FAQ above.  If this is about the
        Goron exhausted on a bridge near Castle Town and you need to bring
        hot spring water from Kakariko Village, just be careful walking
        across the field so you don't bang into enemies and spill it.
        When you approach the Goron, L-target him and toss the barrel on
        him.  He should be re-energized, leave, then return with a Heart
        Piece for you.
    
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    Q:  i am seriously stuck! I already had the scene where i got the Iron 
        Boots from the mayor, but i can not find them anywhere, and i 
        couldn't stop the Goron at the mountain!!! where the heck are the 
        boots and why can't i find them?! i even went back to the mayor and 
        he said i should go back and tell no one of the boots!!-- from
        Amanda
    
    A:  If you defeated the mayor in a game of sumo wrestling, then a chest 
        with the Iron Boots should have appeared in the first room of the 
        mayor's house.  If you already opened the chest, then the Iron Boots 
        should be amongst your other items.
    
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    Q:  ok. so. i just beat the game. and i went through all the credits and 
        watched everything after you beat ganondorf. and it got to the "THE 
        END" and when i loaded my profile back up. i had to start all the way 
        over from after you beat zant. so in your walkthrough. make sure to 
        tell readers to save before you start the 4th stage of ganondorfs 
        fight. also. in castle town. when you warp there. and you go through 
        the door. there is a old guy standing there. and if you talk to him, 
        he will ask for money. i gave him some, the he told me something about 
        love will bestow upon me. or something like that. why is he there? do 
        i get something if i give him a certain amount of money? thanks for 
        the help-- from Ky
    
    A:  The man in Castle Town will give you a Heart Piece after you donate 
        1000 rupees.  It is listed in my Heart Pieces section and within my 
        walkthrough.
    
        Okay, I've added a note about saving before entering the boss door to 
        fight Ganon.  I'm pretty sure that if you wait until all the credits 
        are finished, you get to save and re-open your file to return to the 
        game to get any leftover items, Heart Pieces, or whatever WITHOUT
        re-fighting Ganondorf.  Then again, maybe I'm getting it confused 
        with Wind Waker :oP
    
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    Q:  Omg I'm in the Temple of Time and i just got my self to the huge 
        golden scale i tried nearly 100 time to through the statue on the 
        other scale so its equal weight but it just falls down (not staying 
        up at all). Please respond ASAP-- from Ted
    
    A:  See Rodaan's FAQ above for help with the same issue.
    
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    Q:  I'm really stuck in Twilight Princess and really need your help.  
        Going by a walkthrough here's where I am [edited for length]
        However, after the cutscene I saved my game w/o defeating the shadow 
        creatures and turned it off.  Now when I start I'm on the OTHER side 
        of the bridge and can't back.  What do I do?  Can I replace the 
        bridge??-- from David
    
    A:  The bridge can be replaced by paying 1000 rupees to the Malo Mart fund.  
        The bridge should be repaired WAY before you enter the Palace of 
        Twilight (or what you called the Twilight Realm), unless you mean 
        another area where you need to collect Tears of Light?
     
        You may also benefit from reading Matthew Carr's question above.
    
    **FOLLOW-UP**
    
    Q:  The donated money fixes the east bridge into Castle Town, as it was 
        demolished before the game timeline even started.  About the Eldin 
        Bridge, all you have to do is warp the piece from Gerudo Mesa--
        from Ryan
    
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    Q:  I have a bit of a problem with a part in Zelda: Twilight Princess. I 
        have followed through with all the steps in the game from someone 
        online, apparently they did not know what they were doing. Someone 
        asked a question similar to this earlier on one of your forums. For 
        some reason I did not obtain the female snail in the Temple of Time. 
        The problem is that I cannot warp back to Sacred Grove because I did 
        not fight the Twilight Beings before I left, instead I had Midina 
        warp me out. Do I have to abandon the female snail with this mistake? 
        Thanks for your help-- from Will
    
    A:  You can return to the Sacred Grove the same way you originally got 
        there.  This is taken from my walkthrough (even though Rusl might not 
        be there, the Golden Cucco should be):  
    
        Warp to North Faron Woods.  Head west of the winding ramp to the Forest 
        Temple to find Rusl.  Use the Golden Cucco that appears to cross two 
        platforms north, then southwest through a tunnel to a wider gap.  Use 
        the boomerang to rotate the pinwheel on the bridge, then fly with the 
        cucco to it.  Activate the pinwheel on your own bridge to continue 
        south.  Jump two gaps, dodging the swinging tree limbs to reach the 
        Sacred Grove.
    
        From there, enter the area with the Twilight Beings and defeat them to 
        create a warp point.  Enter the door to the Temple of Time and you'll 
        find the Female Snail as stated in the walkthrough.
    
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    Q:  HELLO QUICK QUESTION AFTER YOU BRING THE HOT ROCK TO MELT THE ICE YOU 
        ARE WASHED AWAY TO A LAKE.  I TELEPORTED AWAY FROM THE LAKE AND KNOW 
        I CAN'T GET BACK. IS THERE A WAY TO GET BACK-- from Mario Thompson
    
    A:  If you need to get back, head to Zora's Domain and talk to the Zora 
        at the bottom of the waterfall.  Say yes and he will take you back 
        up to the room where you melted the ice.  Or you can use Midna's
        warp portal for Zora's Domain.
    
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    Q:  I got the Twilight Princess game for the Gamecube. Started playing it 
        but when it came to getting the fish on the hook and casting 2 
        fish to shore, none of my controls worked!!! Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr. No 
        remote with Gamecube. Don't have the instruction manual.
    
        Also, in almost all the on line Walkthroughs they do it for the Wii 
        but say we can use it for Gamecube as only diff east and west. However, 
        when it comes to hooking the fish they refer to the ninchuk or remote 
        grrrr!!!!!!!!. Went to a game store asked them if they have a remote 
        for the gamecube..and they pointed me to a regular controller!!!
    
        Can you tell me what controls or buttons I can use to catch the fish 
        and pull it on shore? It lights up FISH ON in green.. Would be most 
        appreciated. If I dont get the fish I get no bottle and no slingshot.
    
        Also, Majoras Mask is for what game system?  I know the Phantom 
        Hourglass is for the DS.-- from Dave
    
    A:  If you see "FISH ON!", you're on the right track.  I'll start at the 
        beginning, just so you know all the right buttons.  Cast your line out 
        with C-stick down (after taking the rod out, of course!).  Wiggle the 
        line with the Control Stick to attract fish.  If you're using the bobber 
        rod (which are you always use, unless you're in Hena's Fishing Hole), 
        wait for the bobber to sink under the water for about 2 seconds, then 
        press and hold the C-stick down.  Continue holding it down until the 
        fish is yours!  If you want to know how to fish in the Fishing Hole, 
        the controls are a bit different, so see my Mini-Games section under 
        Fishing for the controls.
    
        Majora's Mask is for the Nintendo 64 system.
    
    **FOLLOW-UP**
    
    Q:  Majora's Mask was also packaged with Mario Kart: Double Dash (Nintendo 
        Gamecube) on a separate disk if you bought it early enough (it was a 
        limited edition package, I think). It is also available on the Wii 
        Virtual Console from the Wii Shop Channel.
    
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    Q:  I went to see the person who will tell you where heart pieces are and 
        she showed me three places: 2 Walls or Buildings with spinner tracks, 
        Water with towers in it surrounded by cliffs, and Lake Hylia facing 
        Lanyruu's Place. I can't figure where two of these places are. I can't 
        figure the Lake Hylia area. It shows me the land and I've searched as 
        a wolf and senses on-- from animefan200081
    
    A:  Check out my Heart Pieces section and see if you can match these 
        descriptions to my list.  The spinner track one is probably # 27 in my 
        list.  The Lake Hylia one could be either Falbi's game (#13), #18 (which 
        is directing inside Lanayru's Spring), #19, or #20.  The water with 
        towers and cliffs is way too vague, so you might have to read over my 
        list and see if something jumps out at you.
    
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    Q:  good day to you your highness, i have a major problem...i am stuck in 
        the snowpeak ruins. in your walkthrough it says " Again, this is 
        insurance if you fall.  Look east and rock the chandelier with your B&C.  
        Jump on and wait for it to stop.  At south, rock and ride another 
        chandelier to the south ledge and open the chest for a Small Key.  
        Head through the nearby door.  Climb up to the upper south side and 
        through the south door." Well i entered the door but theres no place to 
        climb and if your not sure what im talking about its the room above the 
        puzzle room and the door is the solataire one and well yea....cant find 
        where you climb i hope you reply fast because us Zelda fans can't stand 
        not being able to get past a dungeon--from Pepper
    
    A:  In looking at this part of the game myself, I mean that you need to drop 
        down to the block sliding puzzle and climb up the big boxes in the east 
        again to reach the "upper south side," heading back the way you came to 
        get the Small Key, only this time you can open a locked door in that 
        area.
     
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    Q:  I'm trying to find Hena's fishing hole but I cant find it anywhere. 
        I've tried following the directions in the walkthrough but the only 
        tunnel I see is the one to Snowpeak or whatever its called. I don't 
        even know if I'm in the right place or not. Any help would be greatly 
        appreciated--from Nadine
    
    A:  Hena's Fishing Hole is in a separate building north of the Howling 
        Stone in Upper Zora's River.  You are in the right place (Zora's 
        Domain) and you should be able to exit out the far south tunnel to 
        Upper Zora's River.
    
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    Q:  I'm playing Twilight Princess for Wii and I'm stuck.  For some reason 
        the bridge of eldin is non-existent and I can't understand it.  I 
        already paid the goron in malo mart in Kakariko village all the money 
        for the bridge.  I've also already paid him 200 rupees to set up shop
        in castle town.  I'm about to go to the city and the sky and i'm so fed 
        up, is there any reason there isn't a bridge? is it maybe that i 
        haven't done something or i have to warp it in or i haven't woken up the 
        fifth dentist to like trident? Any input would help very much--from Liam
    
    A:  Just a reminder that my walkthrough is written for the Game Cube (see my 
        Game Info section on the difference between Wii & GC game versions).
    
        If you're up to City in the Sky, then you should have already dealt with 
        the bridge, because you need to cross it in order to access Zora's Domain 
        before you started Lakebed Temple.  
    
        Check Midna's warp portals because if you defeated the Shadow Beings that 
        appeared there (and made the large piece from the bridge disappear), you 
        should have access to the bridge.  If you didn't do this, you should be 
        able to find it by heading north out of Kakariko Village into Hyrule 
        Field, then head north & then northeast to the bridge (it joins Eldin 
        Province to Lanayru Province).  On the other side of the bridge, you can 
        exit Zora's Domain & head through the long passage to reach it as well.  
        If you haven't replaced the large piece of bridge, it's located in Faron 
        Province in the area after the area you crossed with the monkey (head 
        through the cave across from Coro's lantern shop).
    
    **FOLLOW-UP**
    
    Q:  The Bridge of Eldin is the bridge you fight [King Bulbin] on, in order to 
        return Colin to Kakariko (before starting the Goron Mines, but once you've 
        picked up the Iron Boots). After you finally cross that bridge (on the way 
        to Hyrule Castle for the second time), a Twilight portal takes it away. 
        The bridge is actually in the Gerudo Mesa, sat ontop of the entrance to the 
        Cave of Ordeals. When you first get there, Midna will point out the unusual 
        piece sticking out of the top of the plateau that sits on the west of the 
        map (you have to open the Gerudo Mesa portal to get to it, which you do on 
        the way up to the piece of bridge).  So ask to Warp, and pick 'Bridge of 
        Eldin.' Midna warps the bridge piece first, as when you warp, you appear 
        on top of the bridge. Bridge fixed.
    
    **FOLLOW-UP**
    
    Q:  The donated money fixes the east bridge into Castle Town, as it was 
        demolished before the game timeline even started.  About the Eldin 
        Bridge, all you have to do is warp the piece from Gerudo Mesa--
        from Ryan
    
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    Q:  I think that my game my have a glitch in it or I have completly missed 
        something. SO I am trying to get to the mines. I have gone to see the 
        mayor bo and gotten the iron boots. I have the hylian shield as well, so 
        I go and climb up and I can't get passed him, I keep getting thrown down. 
        I have tried a million times and I can't get passed him. I have talked to 
        the people and everyone wants me to go to up to the goron. I'm playing the 
        gamecube version if that helps. So hopefully you can help me, and 
        hopefully it isn't my game that I just bought. So please let me know--from
        Carlene
    
    A:  Well, I hope it isn't a glitch!  You do need to climb the mountain to reach 
        the Goron Mines.  Make sure you have the Iron Boots equipped by using the 
        X or Y button (whichever you assign the boots to).  As the Goron rolls 
        towards you, an A button icon should appear on the screen.  Press and hold 
        the A button to stop, lift & throw the Goron off the cliff.  If this 
        continues to fail, make sure your controller is properly plugged into the 
        console.  If all else fails (which is 99.9% unlikely), then your game is 
        unfortunately glitchy :oP
    
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    Q:  Hello.  Do you have a Wii?  Before the game came out, someone from 
        Nintendo said that you would be able to use the Wii controls using the 
        Gamecube version of TP if you played it on the Wii (that is, the GC disc 
        on the Wii).  Wikipedia also says that is true.  I have not heard about 
        it anywhere else.  Can you check if this is true?  I want to get the GC 
        version if that is the case.  Thanks--from Gerardo
    
    A:  Yes, I have a Wii and I play the GC version of Twilight Princess on it, 
        since GC discs work on the Wii, but I use the GC controller to play it.  
        I think you need the Wii version of TP to use the remote & nunchuck.  
        When you start up the GC disc, you select it from the Wii menu with the 
        remote, but then you need to press Start on the GC controller to begin, 
        and that's impossible to do on the Wii remote.  Maybe there's a separate 
        device I don't know about to connect the two together?  Also, keep in
        mind that when TP was in development, a lot of changes took place that
        were initially reported, but altered upon its release.
    
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    Q:  We all know that if two Chus get close enough, they merge into a larger 
        one. Well, I found either a glitch or a secret to the Chus that I thought 
        was rather interesting. Let's call each size of Chu a certain level, the 
        single Chu being the first level.
    
    **CORRECTED**
    
        ==Merging Chart==
    
        1 Chu + 1 = 2 Chus
        2 + 1 = 4 (This one messed me up) 
        2 + 2 = 4
        4 + 1 = 8 (This one I had SO much trouble with that it wasn't funny. I 
        don't know HOW this works, but it does.)
    
        The ones with the stars I haven't really tested, but assuming that the 
        game's mechanics work the way I think they do, that should be right. 
        Anyway.. When you make a Level 4 Chu, you would think that when you cut 
        it in half, you would make two Level 3 Chus. Oddly, they don't. You make 
        a Level 3 and a Level 3.5 Chu. This means that somewhere, a Level 1 Chu 
        had come out of nowhere, thus duplicating it. So, instead of having 8 
        Chus, you have 9 Chus total. You can cut up the Level 3.5 to cut out the 
        single one, and then merge the Level 3's to make another Level 4. Cut it 
        up again, then cut the Level 3.5 and try to merge the Level 1's together. 
        I have yet to really test out how large a Chu can get and if you can 
        exploit this more. I am also considering working on merging the Chus 
        together to see which Chu is dominant over the others, and see if you 
        can exploit it. I'd like to see all 4 of my bottles filled up with Rare 
        Chu jelly if I can, hehe.
    
        It seems like a glitch or bad mechanics, but either way it's something 
        nobody seems to know. The only reason I would see people doing this is 
        to mass-produce Blue Chus for their Jelly. If only I can merge a Rare 
        and make it huge.. That would be the best find of the game. =P
        --from Sonny
    
    **FOLLOW-UP**
    
    Q:  The reason why I'd want it large is to see if I can get the Rare Chu to 
        get big like that and then have 4 bottles filled with it. If I am able 
        to do that, then you could have 4 bottles of Rare Chu Jelly, which is 
        normally impossible as you're only able to find a Rare Chu if you don't 
        have it's jelly already. It's a glitch to duplicate Chus like that, and 
        I want to see if I can exploit it for Rare Jelly--from Sonny
    
    **FOLLOW-UP**
    
    Q:  Second off, I have only done limited testing on the Purple Chus, but what 
        I have is nice to have though. Here are four current effects I got from 
        drinking Purple Chu Jelly:
     
        1) You lose a single heart
        2) You replenish a single heart
        3) You lose all your hearts except 1/4 of your last heart
        4) You replenish all your hearts
     
        I'm curious to see if there's any in-between range, like lose/replenish 4 
        hearts or something, but I need to be at like 8-12 hearts so I can see if 
        there is one, just in case if I replenish that many or not. In the 
        meantime, I hope this was useful to you. I have some progress on the Chu 
        merging, but nothing that's too spectacular yet. I'll give you the list 
        when I finally get it finished, or close to finished.
    
    **FOLLOW-UP**
    
    Q:  There was some question about which Chus take precedence over others. The 
        answer is the better jelly, the lower the rank. To illustrate this:
     
        Purple Chu > Red Chu > Blue Chu > Rare Chu
     
        Going by this, mixing a Red and a Blue will result in a Red Chu which 
        will split into more Red Chus. Bye-bye Blue Chu. Mixing two like color 
        Chus will result in the color remaining the same (eg. Blue + Blue = Blue). 
        This means that mixing a Rare Chu with ANY other color will essentually 
        kill the Rare Chu and yield no Rare Chu Jelly. I would guess that this is 
        meant to prevent stocking more than one Rare Chu Jelly at the same time. 
        Also, I spent several hours searching known Rare Chu spawning locations 
        and not once did find more than one Rare Chu at a time.
    
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    Q:  Im new at this game. I've only been playing for maybe 2 weeks. I lost my 
        lantern after the monkey stole it. I picked it up but didnt fill it right 
        away i thought it would just go back to where it always sat on my controls. 
        Now I can't burn the cobweb to continue. How do I got this back? I also 
        lost my slingshot and fishing rod. What am I doing worng? Is there a place 
        i suppose to store these?--from Kristy
    
    A:  The only way you can lose your items is if you didn't save your game
        and turned off the console.  But you would just start off from where
        you last saved your game.  If the items are not on your X or Y button
        slots (in the GameCube version), they should be in your inventory
        by using the Control Pad, pressing up or down.  You can then move
        items to the X or Y button slots.
    
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    Q:  We have the Wii version; but am curious if the gamecube version has a 
        particular chest in it.  In our version, if you go to the tallest 
        building in Kakariko village – the one where the kid keeps lookout, 
        and has the pole – go to the platform with the Goron (the one you walk 
        onto from the path), stand on the very north edge of the platform, 
        facing north, and look to the left, there is a chest on the top of the 
        hill wall (has fencing around the back).  We’re trying to get to it--
        can’t clawshot, cucoos don’t seem to quite make it, can’t drop down to 
        it from the top of the building even though there appears to be some 
        planks sticking out from some angles.  I can’t seem to find it in any 
        walkthroughs, and I’m curious if it’s in the Gamecube version--from
        Van
    
    A:  I found the chest and was able to reach it.  Get a cuckoo from the hot 
        springs and use it to reach the higher building.  You can't go all the 
        way up the tower with the cuckoo, but you can see the chest from the 
        door leading into the tower.  Hug the right side as you take off and 
        you'll land on the right side.  Luckily, you open the chest from the 
        back and not the front because it's on the edge of the cliff!  You can 
        probably guess its contents since it's not on my Heart Piece list.
    
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    Q:  Hi, I've been wondering about these stones I've seen in Twilight 
        Princess. After beating the game a while ago, I've come back to 
        complete my collection of Poe souls (one more to go!) and have once 
        more noticed these odd stones in Death Mountain(not howl stones). I'm 
        not sure if they're located in other places as well, but this is where 
        I remember seeing them. There's two that I've found, both in little 
        tunnels that definitely block hidden rooms. They've got a weird design 
        on the front, what looks like steam or smoke rising from a symbol that 
        almost looks like a paw print in a dark circle. It's really hard to 
        describe, but I'm sure you've seen them. Do you know how to get past 
        these? I've tried everything, bombs, gale boomerang, the ball and chain, 
        even using some of the hot spring water nearby, but Link just drinks it. 
        This is driving me crazy, any ideas?-- from Lynsey
    
    A:  I found the cave you're talking about and unfortunately I can't bypass 
        it either :o(  After Googling around, I found a  reference to it at Zelda
        Dungeon.net...But it appears to just be a shortcut to the hot springs?!?  
        I can see past the rock if I stand right up against it and use the POV 
        camera (C-stick up).  [See Secrets].
    
    **FOLLOW-UP**
    
    Q:  You need to climb Death Mountain and go to the room where you did the 
        sumo match against Gor Coron. Go to the left of this room and you will 
        see and elevator with a switch. Equip the Iron Boots to activate it. You 
        will go to a room where you will see the same rocks, but this time you 
        can grab them. There are two of these rocks and after you move them, the 
        shortcut to the hot springs will be complete!
     
        Now, about the baby Goron you can't reach... simply go to Death Mountain 
        using the path from Kakariko village. When you arrive to the part with the 
        geisers and the Howling Stone use the clawshot on the vines underneath the 
        Goron. Pay close attention and you will see them. In this way, you can 
        also obtain the Heart Piece if you enter the cave above the one which has 
        the chest; and you can also get the Poe Soul if you go to the south from 
        here without falling-- from Gustavo
    
    
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    Q:  Hi, I am hoping you can help me with a question for The Legend Of Zelda:  
        Twilight Princess.  My question is for the Wii version.  I know your 
        walkthrough is for the Gamecube version but I'm hoping the two versions 
        are similar enough that it won't matter.  Anyway, here goes.
     
        In regards to section Z6.77 of the walkthrough for Missing Sky Book 
        Letters, I have removed the last of the owl statues in Renado's basement 
        and I saved my game after I walked into the room with the cannon.  The 
        next night (tonight) I loaded the game and I'm stuck.  All of the 
        walkthroughs say to talk to Midna and then speak to Shad to get him to 
        leave the room.  Well, Shad is nowhere in the room.  I've looked 
        everywhere for him and he's not in there.  When I try to exit the room 
        via staircase, I get a message from Shad asking why I'm leaving.  I've 
        talked to Midna a million times and she keeps telling me she can't warp 
        because he's watching us.  She won't turn me into the wolf because she 
        says I'll scare someone.  I've tried resetting the game and killing 
        myself with bombs to reset the room but I have the same results-no Shad.  
        Please tell me I don't have to start all over from the beginning.  Am I 
        doing something wrong.  Any help you can give me would be appreciated.  
        Thanks-- from Dan
    
    A:  I've heard about this glitch and unfortunately the only solution seems to 
        be starting over :o(  I found a hint posted on YouTube in response to a 
        video about the glitch that says try holding C+A+B+Z when Midna says Shad 
        is still there.  I don't know if it works, and I'm also not sure if this 
        glitch exists for the GameCube version as I've never encountered it (not 
        that I'd like to!).  Let me know if it works & I'll post the solution on 
        my FAQ/walkthrough.  By the way, if you have a backup file, you can always 
        use it and you'll know not to save in the cannon room.  Otherwise...you're 
        starting over.  Ouch.  [See the Secrets section for more details].
    
    **FOLLOW-UP**
    
    Q:  Thanks for the quick response to my problem with Twilight Princess.  I 
        tried pressing Z+C+A+B when I talked to Midna but unfortunately it didn't 
        work.  The YouTube link really helped me, though.  It shed some light on 
        the issue and let me know that I'm not going crazy ( I just picked the 
        wrong time to save).  Other gamers have encountered the same problem and 
        it seems to be associated with only early versions of the Wii game.  I've 
        had my copy since the Wii launched so that seems to fit the bill.  The 
        only other backup file that I have is near the beginning of the game, so 
        it looks like I'll have to start all over :(  Some people suggested there 
        could have been a patch for the game through WiiConnect 24 or to contact 
        Nintendo directly and they may replace the disc with a newer version.  The 
        sad part is that it's taken me 2 years to get this far and with so many 
        new games to play, I don't know if I'll ever be able to invest the time to 
        start over again.  Thank you once again for all of your help.
     
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    Q:  This might be a dumb question, but how do I do the Howling Stone in the 
        Sacred Grove (Not the one that's outside it, the one that calls the Skull 
        Kid)? I mean, I know how... I have all the notes correct and everything! 
        The blue dots line up exactly with the green dots... but nothing comes up! 
        Why does this happen? I've tried numerous times... and nothing works! Did 
        I have to do all of the howling stones before this particular one? Please 
        help... I read your walkthrough, but it just says "Listen and howl this 
        tune again." I did exactly that... nothing works...Please, help me.
        Thanks!-- from Catlin
    
    A:  You shouldn't have had to get all the Howling Stones before doing this one, 
        so that's not the problem.  If you've used Howling Stones before (even 
        though this one looks different), you probably know that you need to make 
        sure that the notes are perfect.  If you get them wrong, the outline in 
        blue will help you fix any wrong notes.  When you get it right, you hear a 
        chime and Wolf Link will spin around, but this time, instead of the Golden 
        Wolf appearing, the Skull Kid will appear in the area and summon a bunch of 
        Deku Golem enemies.  Then you need to start navigating a maze, heading 
        through an open cave just ahead of you.
    
        Other than that, I'm not sure what to suggest!  If you haven't seen any of 
        the stuff mentioned above, you probably haven't done the tune right, so 
        keep trying it!
    
    **FOLLOW-UP**
    
    Q:  Wait, the blue dots are the WRONG notes?  How can that be, if when I press 
        B to hear the pitch again, they are exactly right?  Argh, this is so 
        confusing. :(  When I go to do the howl tune, I keep my control stick 
        neutral for the first note, for a brief second. Then I go straight up, 
        again for a brief second, then go down to the last line, to the middle of 
        it. Repeat. They always produce blue dots, rather than a blue line, or so.  
        I've tried so many times, and it never works.  :(  Oh well... I'll keep 
        trying, with your advice in mind.  Thanks!-- from Catlin
    
    A:  No, the blue dots/lines show what notes you got right, but any blank spots 
        are where you messed up, so try listening to it again, and fill in the 
        blanks with the right note.
    
    **FOLLOW-UP**
    
    Q:  That's the triforce stone with royal/zelda's theme, you need it at the 
        end to activate the statues before the master sword-- from Lukas
    
    **FOLLOW-UP**
    
    Q:  I have a question/need help.  Did Catlin from your FAQ ever get the
        howling stone that summons the skull kid to work?  I'm having the
        exact same problem.  The blue dots match up with the green dots
        exactly, but nothing happens.  Is there any other thing I should have
        done prior to this?  Maybe certain howling stones I have to do first?
        I've been stuck at this point for 2 weeks now.  I was having fun with
        the game playing it almost constantly, but it's all come to a
        screeching halt at this point.  Any advise you can give would be much
        appreciated.  Thank you!-- from Geoff
    
    A:  I didn't get another follow-up from Catlin to say if she succeeded or not.  
        It's not just a case of lining up with the dots, but holding the notes for 
        the length of the blue streaks as well.  You can check out some videos on 
        YouTube of players completing this Howling Stone.  Here's one in particular 
        you might benefit from seeing (around 2:15):  
    
        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xg9pyFrCxMA
    
        It's likely a case of you missing a short note (especially the 2nd and 5th 
        ones which are REALLY quick) or not holding a note long enough.
    
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    Q:  I sure hope you can help me. I am playing this game for the second time 
        around, I even have the guide, so I should get no problems but I have a 
        problem and I am hoping you can get me out of it.  Right I am up to the 
        3rd dungeon The Lakebed Temple I have got the water bombs, the bow, the 
        underwater swimming suit, I have combined the bombs with the arrows, I 
        am ready to dive, once I am in the water I cannot use any of my weapons, 
        I need the arrows and water bombs to expose the entrance to the temple 
        but I am unable to use them, any ideas what I should do?-- from John
    
    A:  Since you've played this before, maybe I can jog your memory a bit :o)  
        Make sure that your Zora Armour is actually on through the start/pause 
        menu (find it there, select it & press A to equip it).  You also need 
        the Iron Boots you got from the Ordon mayor to access the Goron Mines 
        dungeon.  Use both the Zora Armour and Iron Boots to sink down at the 
        spot where Lakebed is located on your map (a purple dot).  Once 
        underwater, you can only use certain weapons, namely water bombs to 
        access Lakebed.
    
    **FOLLOW-UP**
    
    Q:  He tries to use the arrow+water bomb combo underwater, he has to bomb 
        the geiser then drop a bomb in it-- from Lukas
    
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    Q:  I am playing Legend Of Zelda: Twilight Princess for the GC and I have 
        found all the bugs but one: The female Grasshopper. I have followed 
        the guide, plus tried to look at other guides, also went all over the 
        field looking for the critter, but still not able to find her.  Any 
        advice?-- from GrabFootTwoDawns
    
    A:  This bug can be tricky to find since it isn't really near anything 
        that stands out.  From Kakariko Village, head out the gate north into 
        Hyrule Field, then head northwest until you hit the wall (literally 
        the edge of the game's world!)  You should see the golden glow of the 
        bug around there.  If not, try looking at night when its glow will 
        really stand out.
    
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    Q:  My question is if there is any way to get the Poe Soul on the 3rd 
        floor of the Temple of Time if you missed it when you went through 
        with the large statue that can smash the golden gates under your 
        control.  I read in one of the earlier questions that you think 
        everything is available to go back and find but I can't figure out 
        how to get that gate smashed now...-- from Andrew
    
    A:  I think you can get the Poe Soul by using your Dominion Rod (after 
        you get it fixed during the Sky Book section of the walkthrough) to 
        move a small statue onto the yellow switch.  The switch should open 
        the gate, which will allow you to nab that Poe Soul.
    
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    Q:  Hi, using your walkthrough for game cube twilight princess.  in 
        Hyruile field fighting the moblin on the shadow bird I can,t get one 
        hit at the bloody bird without getting caught in its claws PLEASE 
        HELP-- from Rob
    
    A:  I'm guessing that you're fighting the Shadow Bird/Archer mini-boss 
        at Lake Hylia, but if I'm wrong, please reply and clarify this.  
        Make sure that you keep close enough to L-target the enemy, and when 
        it swoops down, you need to lunge at it with the A-button, stay 
        attached, and then continue to attack with A.  Once you attack it, 
        you need to back off a bit, then continue the process.  If your L-
        targeting breaks off, you need to get closer to latch onto it.
    
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    Q:  Is it possible to change from day to night quick or do I need to 
        wait for it to change itself in the Twilight Princess game?-- from
        Rob
    
    A:  That's a good question, and unfortunately, no, you can't 
        automatically change day to night & vice versa like in Ocarina of 
        Time, but if you visit City in the Sky, then return back, supposedly 
        it changes the time of day for you, though I've never tried it and 
        obviously it's useless until you get that far in the game.  It's 
        especially frustrating when you're hunting Poe Souls and it turns to 
        daytime.  I tend to keep a book nearby to read while I wait for 
        nighttime to come :oD
    
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    Q:  When Link and Midna approach Ganondorf sitting on the royal throne 
        of Hyrule, there is a broken-off statue head on the ground. Which 
        one is it? I think it might be Din's, but I'm not 100%-- from Treshu
    
    A:  Anyone here know?
    
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    Q:  City in the sky boss--3 days trying to beat this boss I can get to 
        2nd stage of fight where you have to grapple the thing on its back,
        I can get it twice but can not get it any more how many times do 
        you need to kill it and can you suggest some way of getting past 
        the first two hits-- from Rob
    
    A:  I've been there too...can you imagine having 3 bottled fairies & 
        STILL getting whacked by this thing?!?  It happened to me a while 
        ago.  Assuming you've read my bosses section, all I can further 
        suggest is keep some fairies or red potion handy in bottles & 
        refresh some hearts from the skulls on the ground.  You need to 
        watch the flaming breath, because it changes direction after a 
        couple of hits on Argorok.  It should take 3-4 hits to finish it 
        off if I remember correctly.  Remember to keep a constant L-target 
        on the Peahats for smoother movement from one to the other.
    
    **FOLLOW-UP**
    
    Q:  I can't seem to get my crosshairs to turn yellow to signify I have 
        a shot at the boss in the sky temple, could this be a fault in my 
        game, I've tried with 4 bottled fairies and still no luck-- from 
        Rob
    
    A:  You need to wait until you're behind Argorok and you should see a 
        glowing target on his back.  Shift your L-targeting focus from the 
        Peahats to the target.  A yellow arrow should appear when you have 
        a close enough aim.  Once you hookshot to Argorok, use your sword.
                                      
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    Q:  A couple of random questions for ya:
     
        ~What happens if you run an owl statue off a cliff?
        ~What does a green chu do if you make Link drink it?
        ~Personally, do you think Ocarina or Majora's Mask is better?
        -- from Treshu
    
    A:  1)  I assume that the owl statue will return if you exit the area, 
            then re-enter, but I can't say for sure.  In some Zelda games, 
            if something goes haywire, it either resets before your very 
            eyes or you need to exit & come back.
    
        2)  In the past, a green Chu/Jelly refilled the magic meter, but 
            I'm not sure about that in TP.  
    
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    Q:  HELP! I've read every part in your Walkthrough about beating the 
        boss in City in the Sky. I of course got to part 2 (who can't beat 
        part 1? LOL).
    
        But when you say wait for the yellow arrow to be on his back, I can 
        circle around the peahats approximately 1 billion times (an 
        exxageration, of course) and I see the yellow arrow, but my 
        clawshots will only point to the other peahats. I don't know if 
        I'm explaining this correctly, but whenever I have my chance, I 
        switch targets a countless number of times but they only target 
        the peahats and NEVER the ruby on his back. I don't know what else 
        to do, as I cannot un-target them, and trying to go around all of 
        the peahats manually is utterly IMPOSSIBLE to get away from the 
        flames quick enough lol... Please help, I don't know what I can 
        possibly do to get my L-Target to go for the ruby-thing haha. It's 
        horrid!!!-- from James
    
    A:  You're not alone...lots of people have struggled with this boss 
        fight.  I assume you read the FAQ from Rob about the fight, too :o)  
        I just watched a YouTube video of the fight & it seems that your 
        L-target on the Peahats does NOT automatically transfer to Argorok, 
        so you have to judge when it's a good time to MANUALLY aim at the 
        ruby on its back.  
    
        When Argorok begins spitting out the fire, he no longer focuses on 
        you, so once you get safely behind him, change to a C-up camera 
        angle & manually target its back.  Once you latch on, then it's 
        clobbering time!
    
        Here's the YouTube video if you'd like to view it yourself:
        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0QpqFvqQkg0
    
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    Q:  Hi, sorry to bother you but ive been reading your FAQ for twilight 
        princess and im at the temple of time part, but i cant even get to 
        the sacred grove anymore, the stupid golden chicken cnt fly u d whl 
        way n ive tried n tried bt d boomerang wnt spin d damn bridge n d 
        frustration is unbareable. it just wont reach and if it hits a 
        fence it bounces back. please help, is thr a nack to it? cs its a 
        weird one person glitch to have y'knw?-- from Charles
    
    A:  It's probably not a glitch but just the dynamics of it.  Firstly, 
        obviously don't throw the golden cucoo away when flying from platform 
        to platform.  Just lay it down beside you on the bridge and it 
        shouldn't walk off.  If it does, I think it reappears for you.  You 
        may be able to retrieve it with the clawshot, but I'm not sure about 
        that.  As for the gap, make sure you give yourself a running start and 
        leap off the very edge of the platform for a better leap.  That's 
        pretty much all there is to it.
    
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    Q:  i am trying to get the 2 heart pieces in the forest temple cause i 
        have already beaten ganondorf but the monkeys arent there to help me 
        across. how do i get the heart piece.plz respond i dont know wat to 
        do!-- from R.D.
    
    A:  The monkeys don't return, but you can use the clawshot on the vines 
        near the doors that aren't accessible on foot, and that will get you 
        to the rooms with the two Heart Pieces.
     
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    Q:  In twilight princess i have gotten all of the howling stones except 
        for the last one in the hidden village. when i walk up to it as wolf 
        link, doesn't let me howl. I have just started doing the Twilight 
        palace. Is it a glitch or am i not far enough in the game?-- from
        Bobby
    
    A:  You're definitely far enough in the game--any time you find a 
        Howling Stone, you should be able to use it.  For the one in the 
        Hidden Village, you need to have defeated all 20 Moblins, gotten 
        Ilia's Charm, and returned it to her in Kakariko Village.  If all 
        that is done, then you should be able to use the Howling Stone like 
        you normally do.  If that doesn't work, try doing the cat hide & seek 
        game.  If all else fails, it must be a glitch (though I can't 
        understand why).
    
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    Q:  In the cave in the southern part of the Kakariko Gorge (Gamecube 
        version) there is a poe in the cave but when I tried to kill it 
        the poe landed in the wall and I couldn't get it to come out. So I 
        left the cave and came back to the poe but it was gone, and it 
        never came back. So I couldn't get all 60 poes-- from 
        Luigiisthezelda
    
    A:  The Poe glitch is interesting.  If you've gone back to check on it, 
        make sure it's nighttime (even if going indoors; that's what I 
        always forget to set before hunting them down).  I'll post your 
        glitch issue & see if anyone else has had that problem.  Any
        comments or remedies anyone?  Has anyone had this problem, too?
    
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    Q:  Is there anyway to save in the Palace of Twilight without having 
        to return to the beginning of the area? 
    
        If you go into the Cave of ordeals to get the last Poe on 44th 
        floor, is there any way to escape that dungeon so u can keep the 
        last 3 Poes but NOT fight the foes on floors 48 & 49?
    
        --from Tej Pata
    
    A:  In my Secrets section, someone nicely explained (better than I
        can!) about how to use Oocoo to solve the saving problem at
        dungeons:  "Warp out of the castle with the aid of Oocoo and son, 
        THEN save your game. When you start your game back up all you have 
        to do is warp back to Oocoo and you will be right back in the room 
        you warped out of, which saves plenty of time and irritation. This 
        DOES NOT work at the City in the Sky."
    
        I don't believe so...You can only quit at the Great Fairy 
        junctions.  Unless there's a secret exit I don't know about ;)
    
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    Q:  When are more FAQs going to be listed?  -- from nintendo_girl21
    A:  When more people e-mail me with questions!  Sheesh (lol).
    
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    I would like to thank Nintendo for creating such excellent games.  
     
    Thanks to Marshmallow for his great Ocarina of Time walkthrough that I used 
    throughout the game and for the inspiration to make my own Zelda walkthroughs.  
     
    Thanks to all the Zelda sites out there for spending so much time in making 
    their walkthroughs and FAQs.  
    
    Special thanks to Mr. Shotgun for his excellent Twilight Princess walkthrough
    that helped me beat the game before writing my own walkthrough.
     
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    Thanks to the following people for secrets, additions, corrections, etc.:
    
    
    Miranda for the Ordon goats and Falbi game secrets.
    Maclaine for the orange rupee secret.
    Jslight4 for correcting directions to find the Male Dayfly.
    
    Haley/goofygurlh01 for the fun fact about the names of the goddesses
    and provinces.
    
    Joyce for correcting a mistake in my FAQ answer to Nancy and for
    providing information on the south Castle Town road opening secret.
    
    Patrick Farnworth for the Falbi's Flight-by-Fowl secret.
    Adam for the Armoured Lizard and Stallord boss strategies.
    Stephanie for the hawk grass treasure secret.
    PooOnShu for the arrow refilling secret.
    Anonymous for the Goron eyes secret.
    Salvidrim for correcting two typos.
    Stephen Hogan for the Lake Hylia rupee chests.
    Shannon Foley for the Hylian Loach secret.
    Adam for the Stallord boss strategy follow-up.
    Pepper for the Zora's Domain fairies secret.
    JJ for the bomb bag info correction.
    Sonny for the purple & gold chu info.
    Lynsey for the Death Mountain hidden cave secret.
    Dan for info on the Kakariko Village cannon room glitch.
    
    Gustavo for solving the Death Mountain hidden caves
    secrets.
    
    AdamTCC for the mirror sword rumour.
    Andy for the gold Chu secret.
    
    Sarah (aka Treshu, Twilit Lapin/Cobalt) for correcting 
    some of the names of bosses, mini-bosses & enemies to official 
    ones & for a bunch of secrets & for reorganizing the secrets.
    
    Brian for the Yeto & Yeta race tips.
    Lisa for correcting two secret rupee chest locations.
    Deandra for the Oocoo secret.
    
    Matt for the additional details for the Jovani rupee secret
    and an alternative to retrieving a Heart Piece
    
    Blargg for a detail in placing the Master Sword, a tip
    for the hot spring water task, and the Howling Stone/Hidden
    Skill order info.
    
    Blake for the Cave of Ordeals silver rupee finding.
    
    Chris for clarfying descriptions for Golden Bugs #12 & #13.
    
    Avery for the fruit, Ooca, and cannon secrets.
    
    Ryan for the additional info on the Temple of Time scales and
    Eldin Bridge & Castle Town bridge FAQs.
    
    Mohit for the spring water secret/glitch.
    
    Yakay for the jump strike/spin attack secret.
    
    Qiaoyunfeiwx for the roll stab and 4 mortal draw secrets.
    
    Justin for clarifying enemy info on Bulbins & Bokogoblins.
    
    Tomas for the secret of Link's right-handedness.
    
    LinkoftheMeadow for additional comments on the Golden Wolf/Warrior's
    origins.
    
    Luigiisthezelda for Arbiter's Grounds glitch secret and Poe glitch.
    
    Joseph for adding that the Skull Kid is also in A Link to the Past,
    a theory about the undead soldier and comparing the world maps.
    
    Tsuku for the Star game Part II tip and alternative solutions to
    the Hyrule Field Block Sliding Puzzle.
    
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