Whats the difference

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User Info: dtdownsurface

8 years ago#1
Between the original and the master quest?
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User Info: barboid

8 years ago#2
here: http://www.gamefaqs.com/console/gamecube/file/564226/46380
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User Info: peppedaman

8 years ago#3
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User Info: Raiu

8 years ago#4
That guide just has changes between various versions of OoT - 1.0, 1.1, 1.2, and the Gamecube version, not about the differences between OoT and MQ. There isn't a guide specifically about those differneces.

Fortunately, the only differences between OoT and MQ are the dungeons. They have the same layout, but the monsters, puzzles, and items are all in different places, and they usually have to be done in a different room order. Some dungeons are easier (especially, most say, the Water Temple, which is done "backwards" compared to the OoT version), but most are somewhat harder.

Other than that, there's nothing different at all. The dungeons are all in the same place on the Overworld, and you have to solve the same puzzles to open them.

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