Yet Another Zelda 64 Guide N64

Yet Another Zelda 64 Guide
By Roland Carlos
E-Mail: [email protected]

Hello, and welcome to yet another Zelda 64 Guide. Hopefully, you will find
this one useful to you. I am making this so people who get the game on 
Christmas will find it useful. This guide lists many secrets not found on
most internet based guides. If you would like to take from this guide, just
give some credit to me. Now, on with the show!

Table of Contents
1. Introduction
2. Game Controls
3. How to Start Off in the Game
4. Items
5. All 36 Hearts
6. Where to find the 10 Big Poes
7. How to get Epona the Horse
8. All 13 Ocarina Songs
9. How to get the hard to find Items
10. How to beat the Bosses
11. All 100 Gold Skulltulas
12. Great Fairies
13. Enemy List
14. Mini-Games
15. Thanks
16. Disclaimer

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1. Introduction
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Well, the reason I am making this guide is to help people in Zelda 64 (oh, 
BTW, the real name is Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, but Zelda 64 is a lot
shorter). I have made only one other RPG guide. It was for Final Fantasy
Tactics (a good game, get it!) for the PSX. However, I am refining my way of
writing using this guide.

I reserved the game and got it on Dec. 3, 1998. Yup, I remember when I got 
the game. I started playing and couldn't stop. I played many hours and had
many sleepless nights. However, if I didn't do that, there wouldn't be a
guide, now would there? I just beat the dang game recently (of the time I 
am writing this) with a game you should call "perfect". 20 white-bordered
hearts, big magic meter, 100 Gold Skulltulas, a horse I call Epona, all
4 bottles, 3 magic spells and magical arrows.

Sure, beating a game usually means it's death, especially in single ending
RPGs. However, it did not for me. I am still playing it even though I have
got the "perfect" game.

Hopefully, you will benefit from the help I will give to you. If you don't,
well, you just aint looking hard enough.

-Roland Carlos (Confirmed Zelda 64 Master)

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2. Game Controls
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Control Pad - Not Used
L - Toggles on/off the little map
R - Raise Shield, Move to Right in Subscreen
Z - Use Z Targeting, Change view to behind Link, Move to Left in Subscreen
B - Take out Sword, Use Sword
A - Open, Check, Speak, Climb, Go Down when on ladder or edge, Grab, Drop,
Dive
C Up - Listen to Navi, Change view to 1st Person Link
C Left, Right, Down - Use item equipped on that button
Start - Go to Subscreen
Control Stick - Move (the slighter, the slower), Jump, Swim

Up + A - Climb onto block
Left or Right + A - Push or Pull
When Holding, Left or Right + A - Throw

Sword Moves
B - Vertical Swing
Left or Right + B - Horizontal Swing
Up + B - Sword Thrust
Hold B (longer, more powerful, more magic used) and release - Spin Swing
360 + B - Weak Spin Swing

When Z Targeted
Up + A - Jump Attack
Down + A - Back Flip
Left or Right + A - Side Jump

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3. How to Start Off in the Game
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Needless to say, starting the game in the beginning is hard. You usually 
won't know what to do for a long time, a time better spent playing the game
more. I will help you up to leaving Kokiri Forest.

You'll start in your house. Go out and go down the ladder. You will talk to
Saria for some time and then you can walk around. If you try to go to either
the Hyrule Field or Deku Tree exit, you will be stopped. However, Mido at the
Deku Tree will say you need a sword and shield to pass. 

Getting the sword and shield are easy, you just need to know how. The shield
is super easy. While browsing around the houses of Kokiri Forest, you will 
see the shop owner selling a Deku Shield for 40 Rupees. Open the chests in
Mido's House for some Rupees. Go to the House of Twins to get a few Rupees. 
You can go back and forth in the Twins House to get the Rupees in the pots.
You can also jump on the blocks near the shop without falling for 5 Rupees.
Buy the shield whenever you get enough Rupees.

Now, go to the Know-It-All Bros House. Talk to them for some helpful
beginner's information. When you are done with them go into the fence maze 
and talk to the Kokiri at the end for some information. When you are done, 
go to the little hole and stop. The Blue Button (representing A) will say
"Enter". Press A and enter. Use Up to go forward. You will be in a secluded
part of Kokiri Forest.

A boulder will go around in a circle around the column. Just follow behind it
and when you get to the to north-western part, take a right. Open the chest 
there for a Kokiri Sword! Go out the way you came.

Now, go back to Mido. He will let you pass. On the way to the Deku Tree, you
will be "attacked" by Deku Babas. Well, all they do is stand there, you can 
slice them for Deku Sticks, but they will just regrow, so kill enough for 10
Deku Sticks or practice your swords play.

When you get far enough you'll talk to the Deku Tree and he will let you 
inside him. You will be in a large room. There are some Deku Babas that 
attack. To beat them you can either attack like crazy (not recommended) or
let them attack, block with your shield and counter. 

Climb either the ivy or ladder. If you use the ladder just run off the edge
so you can get to the other side. You will jump automatically and land. Keep
going on the ledge and you will reach a chest. It will contain the Dungeon
Map. The Dungeon Map allows you to see the whole map in the Subscreen. Now,
enter the door after the chest.

You will see a Deku Scrub. It shoots Deku Nuts at you. If you get close, it 
will run away, so you need a different tactic to beat it. You can Z Target it
and when it fires a Nut, stand still and use your shield. The shield will
reflect it back to the Scrub and he will get hit. It won't die, but it will
stand there. Go up to him and talk. Listen to what he says and remember it. 
It will help you. Go into room behind him.

Jump off the ledge and climb the ivy so you can get to the chest. Open the 
chest and recieve the first real useful item, the Slingshot! Now, you are
probably wondering how to get out. People who have a real tough time would
just save and reset now, so they can go back to the beginning of the Deku
Tree. The way out is real simple. Aim the slingshot and the ladder above
the door you came in. Fire, and the ladder will fall down. Climb the ladder
to get out. Go back into the large entrance room.

Keep going forward on the ledge. You will reach some ivy. There are some
Skullwalltulas on the ivy. If you trying climbing it while they are on it, 
if they hit you, you will be knocked down. It is possible to climb while they
are on the ivy, but I just Z Target them and Slingshot away. Go up the ivy 
when they are dead.

If you try go off any of the log ledges, you will be attacked by a Big 
Skullwalltula. They are hard for the beginner and require patience. Now,
don't get close to it when it is facing you. It will use the un-blockable
spin attack and send you flying back with some damage. Wait till it is turned
away and attack with the sword or slingshot. Don't jump off yet though.

Open the door nearby and go into the big room. Step on the switch to your
right and three pillars will rise. Jump onto them and keep jumping until you
get to the chest on the other side. Open it for the Compass. It will allow 
you to see where the Boss (marked by a Skull) and the Chests are in the
dungeon on the map. Jump back, but stay on the 2nd pillar. Face the alcove
and jump in. You can get a recovery heart and you will see a Skullwalltula
type enemy on the wall. When you try to kill it, you see it takes two hits
and it leaves a big skull behind. That my friends, is a Gold Skulltula. Get
the token. There are 100 Gold Skulltulas all over the world, and you have
one. 

In order to get out of the big room, you must use your Deku Sticks. Take one
out and have its tip touch the torch on fire. The Deku Stick will catch on
fire. Bring the fire to the other torch. The door will open, and you should
put away the stick before it burns out (just stand still and the A Button 
should say, Put Away). Go onto one of the log ledges (make sure to watch out
for Big Skullwalltulas) and jump off. Land on the web and you will crash down
onto the water below.

There are two Gold Skulltulas in this room. One is on the small gate. Use
the slingshot to kill it and jump off the ledge to get it. The other is on
the ivy leading back up to the entrance. Kill it and climb up to get it.

Use a Deku Stick and grab some flame. Go over to the door covered by webs.
Make sure you walk on the shallow part so the flame will not go out. Use the
flame on the web and it will burn out so you can go into the room. Beat the
Deku Scrub and remember what he says (2,3,1). To go to the next room, use 
the Slingshot on the eye above the sealed door.

Jump into water, but avoid the spiked log. Dive a little bit when you get to
the switch so you can touch it, barely. A platform will be raised, but only
for a limited time. Use it to jump onto the other side and watch out for the
Big Skullwalltula there. Go into the next room. 

The room is very easy, just light all the torches. Go into the next room. 
Walk around the edge until you get to the door. If you go into the center, 
you will attacked by some Gohma Larvae. Also, the wall that looks weird, it
is a bombable wall, but you need bombs to open it. The bombs will gained 
later in the game.

You will end up back into the place where you entered the basement. Get some
flame and roll onto the webbing while the flame is still going. The web will
burn and you will fall into the next room.

Remember 2,3,1 from that scrub? You use it here now. There are 3 scrubs in
the room. You must kill them in this order, middle, right, left (get it?). 
Nuts from other scrubs may hurt you so watch out. Move around after you send 
a nut back at its attacker. When you kill them in the right order, the door 
to the boss opens. Make sure you are ready because there is no turning back.

If you want to know how to kill the boss, go to the How to beat the bosses
section. I want you to look at the rest of this guide! After you win, make
sure to grab the heart somewhere on the battlefield. Then, step into the 
light so you can be taken out of the Deku Tree. 

Make sure you have everything you need before you leave Kokiri Forest. You 
can now since you beat the Deku Tree Dungeon. You can come back, and you
should, but there is a whole world to explore. After you leave Kokiri Forest,
the whole world is yours. It's up to you from here. Good luck!

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5. Items
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THE SWORDS
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Kokiri Sword - You get this after beating the Kokiri Training Course. A weak
sword, can only be used by Child Link.

Master Sword - You get this in the Temple of Time. Does twice as much damage
as the Kokiri Sword, but can only be used by Adult Link.

Giant's Knife - You can buy this for 200 Rupees from the Big Goron in Goron
City. Does twice as much damage as the Master Sword but you cannot use a 
shield when the Giant's Knife is out and it has a nasty habit of breaking.
Can only be used by Adult Link.

Biggoron Sword - Get this after giving Biggoron the Eyedrops. Just like the
Giant's Knife, but cannot be broken. Can only be used by Adult Link.

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THE SHIELDS
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Deku Shield - Buy this for 40 Rupees at Kokiri Forest Shop. Only shield 
Child Link can hold in front. Burns easily. If lost, you always get one from
the next small treasure chest you open.

Hylian Shield - Buy this for 80 Rupees, or for 40 Rupees from the 
Death Mt. Guard, or get it for free in the grave with the flowers in 
Kakariko town. Can be used by Child Link with a penalty, used by Adult Link
properly.

Mirror Shield - Treasure of the Spirit Temple in the Adult Link part. 
Reflects energy and can block most attacks. Only used by Adult Link.

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THE CLOTHES
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Kokiri Tunic - You start the game with this. No special abilities offered.
Can be used by both forms.

Goron Tunic - Buy at Goron City for a lot of Rupees or get it for stopping 
the small rolling Goron. Allows you to stay in hot areas for unlimited amount
of time. Only used by Adult Link.

Zora Tunic - Buy at Zora Domain for a lot of Rupees or get it from defrosting
King Zora. Allows you to stay underwater for an unlimited amount of time. 
Only used by Adult Link.

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THE BOOTS
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Kokiri Boots - You start the game with this. No special abilities offered.
Can be used by both forms.

Iron Boots - Get this from the Ice Cavern. You cannot run or float with these
boots. Can be used only by Adult Link.

Hover Boots - Get this in the Shadow Temple. You can walk over pits for a 
short period of time. There is no traction with these boots however. Can be 
used only by Adult Link.

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CHILD LINK ONLY C ITEMS
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Deku Stick - Get from Daku Babas or buy it in Kokiri Forest Shop. You can use
this like a Kokiri Sword, but it breaks after one use. Use also to transfer 
flames around. Amount held can be increased.

Fairy Ocarina - Get this from Saria. The first Ocarina you get.

Fairy Slingshot - Get in Deku Tree. Use to attack enemies from far away or 
hit far away switches. Amount of ammo held can be increased.

Boomerang - Get in Jabu-Jabu's Belly. Use to stun enemies from far away and 
grab certain items. Once thrown, it always comes back.

Magic Bean - Buy from kid eating beans at Zora's River. Plant where you find 
soft soil. When you grow up, there will be a Magic Plant where you planted.

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ADULT LINK ONLY C ITEMS
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Fairy Bow - Get in the Forest Temple. Use to attack enemies from away or hit 
far away switches. Amount of ammo held can be increased.

Fire Arrow - Get at Lake Hylia. Equip this on a Fairy Bow to shoot fire 
arrows. Costs 2 MP each use.

Ice Arrow - Get in Gerudo Valley. Equip this on a Fairy Bow to shoot ice 
arrows. Costs 2 MP each use.

Light Arrow - Get this from Zelda. Equip this on a Fairy Bow to shoot light 
arrows. Costs 4 MP each use.

Hookshot - Get for finishing Dampe's Catacomb Race. This item allows to 
grab onto far away items or attack very far enemies.

Longshot - Get this at the Water Temple. Basically a Hookshot with longer 
range.

Megaton Hammer - Get this at the Fire Temple. Use to knock down rocks and
statues as well as hitting down rusted switches.

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BOTH LINK C ITEMS
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Deku Nut - Throw to stun most enemies. The amount you can carry can be 
increased.

Ocarina of Time - Get this from Zelda. Just like the Fairy Ocarina, only 
bluer.

Bomb - Get your first bombs at the Dodongo Cavern. Use to blow up enemies 
and blow down some walls.

Bombchu - Just like a bomb except it moves and can climb walls. Blows up
after some time if not blown up already.

Lens of Truth - Get at the Bottom of the Well. Use to see what is really 
there.

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THE MAGIC POWERS (CAN BE USED BY BOTH LINKS)
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Din's Fire - Get from Giant Fairy at Hyrule Castle. Fire surrounds all over 
you and attacks nearby enemies or set aflame torches. Uses 6 MP each casting.

Farore's Wind - Get from Zora's Fountain. Cast it the first time to set a 
warp point. Use again to warp to the set warp point or to make a new one. 
Uses 6 MP each casting.

Nayru's Love - Get it in the Desert Colossus. A shield surrounds you and
protects you from damage for a limited time. Uses 12 MP each casting.

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THE BOTTLED ITEMS (CAN BE USED BY BOTH LINKS)
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Green Potion - Fills Magic Meter.

Red Potion - Fills Life Energy.

Blue Potion - Fills Magic and Life.

Lon Lon Milk - Recovers some Life Energy.

Fish - Give to Jabu-Jabu to open his mouth.

Poe - Sell to Ghost Hunter.

Big Poe - Sell to Ghost Hunter.

Bug - Drop near Soft Soil to release a Gold Skulltula.

Blue Fire - Use to melt ice.

Fairy - Refills your Life Energy or revives you if you die.

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THE CHILD EVENT ITEMS
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Keaton Mask - Give to Death Mountain Guard in Kakariko Village.

Skull Mask - Give to Skull Kid in Lost Woods.

Spooky Mask - Give to kid who walks around Kakariko Graveyard at night.

Bunny Hood - Give to running man in Hyrule Field (found many times near Lon
Lon Ranch)

Mask of Truth - Use to talk to Clock Stones.

Gerudo Mask - Change what people say to you.

Goron Mask - Change what people say to you.

Zora Mask - Change what people say to you.

Weird Egg - Malon gives this to you. Wait till the next day when it becomes
a Cucco.

Cucco - Use to wake up Talon at Hyrule Castle.

Zelda's Letter - Give to Death Mountain Guard to have him open the gate.

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THE ADULT EVENT ITEMS
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Pocket Egg - Given to you from chicken lady in Kakariko Town. Wait till the
next day when it becomes a Pocket Cucco.

Pocket Cucco - Use to wake up Talon at Kakariko Town.

Cojiro - Given to you from chicken lady after using Pocket Cucco to wake up
Talon. 

Odd Mushroom - Given to you from the man in the Lost Woods.

Odd Medicine - Given to you from old lady in Kakariko Town.

Poacher's Saw - Given to you from Kokiri Girl in Lost Woods.

Broken Goron Sword - Given to you from carpenter boss in Gerudo Valley.

Prescription - Given to you from Biggoron in Death Mountain.

Eyeball Frog - Given to you from King Zora in Zora's Domain.

Eye Drops - Given to you from Old Man in Lake Hylia.

Claim Check - Given to you from Biggoron in Death Mountain.

(See any connection with most of the Adult Event Items? Go to the How to get
the hard to find items section and see what the connection is.)

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THE SPECIAL ITEMS
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Bullet Bag - Used to hold your Deku Seeds, ammo for the Fairy Slingshot. Can
be upgraded.

Quiver - Used to hold your arrows, ammo for the Fairy Bow. Can be upgraded.

Bomb Bag - Used to hold your bombs. Can be upgraded.

Goron Bracelet - Given to you from Darunia. You can now pick up bomb plants.

Silver Gauntlet - Get this at the Spirit Temple as a child. You can now pick
up heavy blocks and rocks.

Gold Gauntlet - Get this in Ganon's Castle. You can now pick up heavy 
columns.

Silver Scale - Get this in Zora's Domain. You can dive up to 6.

Gold Scale - Get this in Lake Hylia. You can dive up to 8.

Stone of Agony - Get this in Kakariko Town. If a Rumble Pak is equipped, you
will feel movement when you are near a hidden pit.

Gerudo's Training Pass - Get this in Gerudo Valley. You can now walk around 
the fortress freely.

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5. All 36 Hearts
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Here is the recommended order in which to get the Hearts. This is also the
way to get as many hearts as soon as possible. There are other ways of 
getting them, but you have to wait longer.

Hyrule Market

- Win in the Treasure Game.
- Give Little Richard back to owner in Back Alley (Richard is white dog 
behind stand near guy in window).

Lon Lon Ranch

- In little area blocked by boxes in building in the southwest of Lon Lon 
Ranch.

Lost Woods

- Win game with the two Skull Kids.
- Play Saria's Song for lone Skull Kid west of starting point.

Kakariko Village

- Randomly placed in one of the soft soil spots in the graveyard, have Dampe
dig there.
- Play Song of the Sun in secret graveyard pit with lone Redead.

Goron City

- Throw bomb into spinning pot when the face pointing at you is smiling

Death Mountain Crater

- Go down wall into alcove.
- Have Owl drop you off on Impa's roof. Drop down onto ledge. Go inside door.

Hyrule Market

- Win in Bombchu Bowling when the prize is a Heart.

Zora's River

- Cucco glide onto ledge with ladder. Climb up and jump on the pillars. Glide
to the heart piece.
- Cucco glide onto ledge with heart piece near entrance to Zora's Domain.

Zora's Domain

- Light all the torches in Zora's Domain.

Lake Hylia

- Get a 9 or 10 pound fish in fishing game.

Gerudo Valley

- Cucco glide onto the ledge below the bridge. Crash into the box.
- Go up ladder behind waterfall.

Hyrule Field

- Bomb the center of the gates in front of Lake Hylia (helps if you have
Stone of Agony).

Kakariko Village

- Use Boomerang to get heart piece in windmill.

(YOU ARE NOW AN ADULT)

Kakariko Village

- Hookshot onto roof with guy on roof. Talk to him.
- Use Magic Plant in graveyard to get to ledge with heart piece.
- Beat Dampe's Catacomb Race in under 1 minute.

Kakariko Village

- Go to Skulltula House and get heart piece (only if you have 50 tokens).

Death Mountain

- Use Magic Plant on Death Mountain to get to ledge with heart piece.

Death Mountain Crater

- Use Magic Plant near entrance to Fire Temple to fly to ledge with heart
piece.

Zora's Fountain

- Jump to ice piece with heart piece.

Ice Cavern

- Melt ice containing heart piece.

Zora's Fountain

- Go to bottom of water where Jabu-Jabu was. Heart piece is easily found.

Hyrule Field

- Bomb the secret pit near tree in northwest part of field. (One closer to
Lon Lon Ranch).

Lake Hylia

- Use Magic Plant or Pierre to get to roof Old Man's house. Climb the ladder
to lookout point.
- Dive to the bottom of the pool in the Old Man's house.

Zora's River

- Play Song of Storms for the frogs
- Play all your top row for the frogs. Beat the fly eating game that follows.

Gerudo Fortress

- On roof after room with the two Gerudo guards. (Look to your right.) Latch
onto the treasure chest or use Pierre.
- Get 1000 points on the Horseback Archery Game.

Desert Colossus

- Use Magic Plant to fly and drop onto the ledge with heart piece.

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6. Where to find the 10 Big Poes
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The 10 Big Poes must be hunted using Epona. Otherwise, the Poe you begin to
fight is a regular Poe which does not count toward the total. You need to
capture all 10 Big Poes into a bottle and hand it over to the Ghost Hunter
in Hyrule Market. Catching Poes is NEARLY IMPOSSIBLE without Epona. Again, it
can be done without her (with a 1% chance), but it is much easier with her.
You need to make the Poes reveal themselves and then hit it twice with 
arrows. Your skills need to be sharp so you can hit them. Also, make sure you
have a bottle ready and don't try to get one if you are full. The Poe spirit
will disappear if you do not have a bottle ready. You can tell if the enemy 
you killed was a Poe or Big Poe if the spirit left behind is yellow. Yellow
equals Big Poe. Purple equals Poe.

Oh yeah, you want to know why to hunt Big Poes in the first place? Go to the
How to get hard to find items section.

First Poe
Northwest section of Hyrule Field. Ride around the brush until you reveal a
Big Poe.

Second Poe
The sign near Hyrule Castle. Brush by it to reveal a Big Poe.

Third Poe
The bottom V-Shaped wall east of Lon Lon Ranch. Brush by it to reveal a Big 
Poe.

Fourth Poe
The lookout point near Kakariko Village. Go under the little bridge to 
reveal a Big Poe.

Fifth Poe
Southeast section of Hyrule Field. Ride around the brush until you reveal a
Big Poe.

Sixth Poe
Southeast section of Hyrule Field. Ride around the brush until you reveal a
Big Poe.

Seventh Poe
The intersection near Gerudo Valley. Ride on the path until you reveal a Big
Poe.

Eighth Poe
The tree near the north end of the intersection. Brush by it to reveal a Big
Poe.

Ninth Poe
The tree north of the entrance of Lon Lon Ranch. Brush by it to reveal a Big
Poe.

Tenth Poe

The Big Rock at the beginning of the gap of the Y-Shaped Path. Brush by it to
reveal a Big Poe.

IF YOU NEED HELP, PLEASE LOOK AT THE HYRULE CASTLE MAP (CAN BE FOUND AT
GAMEFAQS.COM, LOOK UNDER ZELDA: OCARINA OF TIME).

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7. How to get Epona the Horse
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Epona the horse will be a very powerful ally in unlocking some of the 
secrets in Zelda 64. It isn't easy for the beginner to get Epona even though
they know it's possible (looking at the title screen). The start of getting
Epona begins in the beginning of the game.

Make sure you learn Epona's Song as a child. Malon will teach it to you when
you go to Lon Lon Ranch.

When you are an adult, go to Lon Lon Ranch. Something has changed as Ingo now
seems to control the ranch and praises Lord Ganondorf. Talk to him and pay to
ride a horse. Play Epona's Song and Epona will come to you. Climb on her and
talk to Ingo while on her. He will propose a race for 50 Rupees. Agree.

The 1st race is very easy, use a carrot, stay in Ingo's way and use a carrot
when it comes back. The race is only one lap so you can gun it at the end.

He is a sore loser and he will ask for another race. The 2nd race is a bit
harder. You should use more carrots and stay in his way as much as possible.
If you run of carrots (you shouldn't, but it is easy to do) just stay in his 
way. You will get all 6 carrots back at once after some time.

If you win the 2nd race, you get Epona, but you can't get her out of the 
ranch the easy way. Instead, run around the track for a few laps. Go toward
one of the barriers and jump it at full blast. If you are good, you will 
switch to a small cinema showing you jumping out of Lon Lon Ranch onto Hyrule
Field. Good job, you got Epona!

However, when you start a game over and end up at the Temple of Time, you 
can't find Epona! Easy way to get her back, just play Epona's Song and she 
will come running at you. You can also do this to summon her in areas or to
make her to come to you.

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8. All 13 Ocarina Songs
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There really is no point to this since you can get the songs in the 
subscreen. But, hey, if you were like me you don't like to look at the 
subscreen over and over. This is for the lazy people who don't want to write.
Enjoy!

-Zelda's Lullaby - C+Left, C+Up, C+Right, C+Left, C+Up, C+Right
To learn Zelda's Lullaby, all you have to do is visit her in Hyrule Castle.
She will teach you the song. The song is used to activate the Triforce 
symbols spread all over the world of Hyrule.

-Epona's Song - C+Up, C+Left, C+Right, C+Up, C+Left, C+Right
To learn Epona's Song, just talk to Malon at Lon Lon Ranch after you wake her
father. Talk to her a few times and then show her your Ocarina. She will 
teach you the song. The song is used to tame Epona the horse.

-Saria's Song - C+Down, C+Right, C+Left, C+Down, C+Right, C+Left
To learn Saria's Song, visit her at the top area in the Sacred Forest Meadow
(where the big white Triforce is). You must have first visited Zelda at 
Hyrule Castle. Talk to her and show her your Ocarina. Saria's Song will 
activate some hidden effects as well as you being able to contact Saria 
anywhere in world for advice.

-Sun's Song - C+Right, C+Down, C+Up, C+Right, C+Down, C+Up
To learn the Sun Song, go to Kakariko Graveyard and play Zelda's Lullaby at
the Triforce Symbol at the northern most grave. Jump in the hole and kill all
the enemies in the first room. After that, run by all the Redeads in the next
room and reach the small room after that. In there, look at the enscription
in the statue. You will learn the Sun Song. The Sun Song is used to freeze
Redead/Gibdo and to change the time from Day to Night in the outside world.

-Song of Time - C+Right, A, C+Down, C+Right, A, C+Down
To learn the Song of Time, go to the Temple of Time after gettting the 
Ocarina of Time from Zelda.  Once inside, place the 3 stones on the altar and
you will learn the Song of Time. The Song of Time is used to remove/create
blue blocks in certain places.

-Song of Storms - A, C+Down, C+Up, A, C+Down, C+Up
To learn the Song of Storms, go to the Kakariko Windmill as an adult. Show
the music man your Ocarina to learn the Song of Storms. The Song of Storms
is used to create rain and lightning as well as create hidden effects.

-Minuet of Forest - A, C+Up, C+Left, C+Right, C+Left, C+Right
To learn the Minuet of the Forest, go to northern most area in the Sacred 
Meadow Valley. Sheik will teach you the song. To learn it, you must have the
Hookshot. The Minuet of the Forest is used to warp you to the white Triforce
symbol in the Sacred Meadow Valley.

-Bolero of Fire - C+Down, A, C+Down, A, C+Right, C+Down, C+Right, C+Down
To learn the Bolero of Fire, go to the other side of the broken bridge in
Death Mountain Crater. Sheik will teach you the song. To learn it, you must
have the Hookshot. The Bolero of Fire is used to warp you to the white 
Triforce symbol in the Death Mountain Crater.

-Serenade of Water - A, C+Down, C+Right, C+Right, C+Left
To learn the Serenade of Water, beat the White Wolfos in the Ice Cavern.
Sheik will appear and teach you the song. The Serenade of Water is used to
warp you to the white Triforce symbol at Lake Hyila.

-Nocturne of Shadow - A, C+Down, A, C+Right, C+Down, A
To learn the Nocturne of Shadow, go to Kakariko Village. You must have beaten
the Forest, Fire, and Water temples. Sheik will teach you the song. The
Nocturne of Shadow is used to warp you to the white Triforce symbol at 
Kakariko Graveyard.

-Requiem of Spirit - C+Left, C+Right, C+Right, A, C+Left, C+Right, C+Down
To learn the Requiem of Spirit, you must leave the Spirit Temple after
entering it the first time. Sheik will appear and teach you the song. The
Requiem of Spirit is used to warp you to the white Triforce symbol in the
Desert Colossus.

-Prelude of Light - C+Up, C+Right, C+Up, C+Right, C+Left, C+Up
To learn the Prelude of Light, you must go to the Temple of Time after 
beating your first temple. Go to where the Master Sword and Sheik will teach
the Prelude of Light. The Prelude of Light is used to warp you to the white
Triforce symbol in the Temple of Time.

-Scarecrow's Song - ?, ?, ?, ?, ?, ?, ?, ?
(Okay, now I put the ? because you make the Scarecrow's Song. This song is 
not needed, but you need it to get some hearts and gold skulltulas. To start
learning it, go to Lake Hylia. Talk to Bonooru the Scarecrow. Play for him a
song with at least 2 notes. Now, go back to Lake Hylia as an adult and play
the song you played as a child for him. If you play the exact song, you will
gain the Scarecrow's Song. The notes are the song you played for him. You can
go back in time and change the song, but you'll have to play it for him
again. The song won't appear in the Subscreen. The point of the song is to
have Pierre the scarecrow appear in certain places. You can tell if the 
song is useful if Navi turns green and goes to a faraway place. Play the
song and see what happens).

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9. How to get hard to find Items
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-How do I get the first Bullet Bag upgrade?

Easy, just win the shooting game perfectly as a child.

-How do I get the first bottle?

Go to Lon Lon Ranch and beat Talon's Super Cucco game.

-How do I get the second Bullet Bag upgrade?

When in the Lost Woods, go east from the starting point. You will see a big
tree and a disc on a branch. Hit the disc three times in the center (you will
know if you did if a number 100 comes out) and a scrub will give you the
upgrade.

-How do I get the first Deku Stick upgrade?

Go to the area south of the lone Skull Kid. Beat the Scrub there and accept 
his offer for an upgrade.

-How do I get the second bottle?

Give all 7 Cuccos to the Chicken Lady in Kakariko Village. (For help with 
finding 4 of the chickens, listen up. One of them is in a box. Use Cucco 
gliding (grab a Cucco and jump off a high ledge to glide) to get the one near
the Skulltula house. Also, glide off the ledge near the windmill to get to 
the fenced-in area. Use the ladder in the fenced-in area to find another 
Cucco.)

-How do I get the first Bomb Bag upgrade?

Just stop the big rolling Goron by laying a bomb in his path. Make sure it 
blows up as he rolls over it.

-How do I get Din's Fire?

Blow up the rock in the little dead end in Hyrule Castle.

-How do I get the second Bomb Bag upgrade?

Just win the Bombchu Bowling game when the prize is a Bomb Bag.

-How do I get the first Deku Nut upgrade?

Blow up the rock in the Lost Woods right before the entrance to the Sacred
Meadow Valley.

-How do I get the third bottle?

Find the bottle on the floor of Lake Hylia just in front of the warp from
Zora's Domain.

-How do I get Farore's Wind?

Go to the southeast part of Zora's Fountain. Set a bomb near the rock and
watch the whole wall blow up. Walk on in. 

-How do I get the Adult's Wallet?

Get 10 Skulltula tokens and talk to the boy in the Skulltula house in 
Kakariko Village.

-How do I get the Stone of Agony?

Get 20 Skulltula tokens and talk to the boy in the Skulltula house in 
Kakariko Village.

-How do I get the Giant's Wallet?

Get 30 Skulltula tokens and talk to the boy in the Skulltula house in
Kakariko Village.

-How do I get the second Deku Stick upgrade?

Fall into the secret pit in the bushes in the area with two Scrubs in the 
Lost Woods. Wear a Skull Mask and see what happens.

-How do I get the second Deku Nut upgrade?

Fall into the secret pit in the bushes in the area with two Scrubs in the
Lost Woods. Wear a Mask of Truth and see what happens.
(NOTE: This upgrade does not seem to work in Gold Versions of the game.)

-How do I get the Mask of Truth?

First, sell the Keaton Mask to the guard of Death Mountain in Kakariko 
Village. Next, sell the Skull Mask to the lone Skull Kid in the Lost Woods.
After that, sell the Spooky Mask to the kid who walks around the Kakariko
Graveyard in the morning. Last, sell the Bunny Hood to the man who runs 
around Hyrule Field. After all this, you will be able to select the Mask of
Truth and 3 other masks at the Happy Mask Shop.

-How do I get the fourth bottle?

Bring 10 Big Poes to the Ghost Hunter in Hyrule Market.

-How do I get the first Quiver upgrade?

Just win the Archery Game in Kakariko Village perfectly.

-How do I get the Hookshot?

Go to Kakariko Graveyard. Open the grave that didn't flowers when you were a
child. Jump in and finish Dampe's Catacomb Race.

-How do I get the Gold Scale?

Go to the fishing spot in Lake Hylia as an adult. Catch a 15-20 whopper and
you will get the Gold Scale as a prize.

-How do I get the Fire Arrows?

After you beat the Water Temple, go to the little enscription on the island
you warp back onto. Stand there and wait for the sun to rise. Fire an arrow
at the sun when you see it.

-How do I get the Lens of Truth?

Beat Deadhand in the Bottom of the Well. You can get to the Bottom of the 
Well as a child. Warp back to the past Kakariko Village and climb down the 
well after playing the Song of Storms in the windmill. The water will drain
and you can go down.

-How do I get the Gerudo Pass?

Just free all 4 carpenters in the Gerudo Fortress.

-How do I get the Ice Arrows?

Unlock your way to the large treasure chest in the Gerudo Training Ground.
(BTW, always take the left way when starting!)

-How do I get the second Quiver upgrade?

Just get 1500 points on the Horseback Archery Game in Gerudo Fortress.

-How do I get Naryu's Love?

Blow up the wall in between the two palm trees on the north wall of the
Desert Colossus.

-How do I get the Gold Gauntlets?

Get to the visible platform after the one with the Like Like in the Shadow
part of Ganon's Castle. Fire a fire arrow at the torch on the other visible
platform. If you light it, on the right side of the platform you are on, 
there will some ice blocks. Follow them down to the switch. Longshot onto
the treasure chest that appears on the platform you were on. Open it.

-How do I get the Biggoron Sword?

I've saved the best for last my friends! Look at the item description of it 
if you want to know why it is so good. BTW, all this is done when you are an
adult.

First, go to Kakariko Village and talk to the chicken lady. She will give you
a Pocket Egg. Let it hatch into a Pocket Cucco. Use the Pocket Cucco to 
wake up Talon who is sleeping with the two fat ladies in Kakariko town. Bring
back the Pocket Cucco to the chicken lady and you will get Cojiro, the blue
Cucco.

Bring Cojiro to the man who is sitting near the log where the lone skull kid
used to be. Give it to him in exchange for the Odd Mushroom. Run, don't walk
with the Odd Mushroom since it will expire if you are slow. Bring the Odd
Mushroom to the Old Lady's Potion shop in Kakariko Village (use the exit in 
the other Potion Shop). She will give you the Odd Medicine. Bring the Odd
Medicine to the Lost Woods, but instead of the man, you will see a Kokiri
girl. Give her the medicine and you will get the Poacher's Saw.

Go to Gerudo Valley and cross the bridge using Epona or a Hookshot. Give the
man the Poacher's Saw and he will give you the broken Goron sword. Bring the
Goron Sword to the top of Death Mountain (where the entrance to Death 
Mountain Cavern is). Go to the right side and a big Goron should appear. Give
him the Broken Sword and he will give you the Prescription.

Go to Zora's Domain and show King Zora the Prescription (only if he is
defrosted). He will give you an eyeball frog to take to the Old Man in Lake
Hylia. Again, run, don't walk, to Lake Hylia. When you get there, trade the
frog for the Eye Drops. You'll have to run again since the Eye Drops can
expire. This time, run to Death Mountain.

I suggest using the Magic Plant here since it can fly you up very quickly. 
Otherwise, you may lose too much time. When you get to Biggoron, give him the
Eye Drops and he will give you the Claim Check. Wait a few days and give him
the Claim Check when he is ready. You will now recieve the Biggoron Sword, 
the real "Master Sword".

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10. How to beat the Bosses
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How to beat: Parasitic Armored Arachnid - GOHMA

Pretty easy if you know what you are doing. Just Z-Target her, get the 
Slingshot ready. When her eye is red, fire away. She will be stunned for some
time so use this time to take out your sword and jump attack her while she
is slumped on the ground. She will jump up back onto the ceiling. If you are
slow and cannot attack quickly, she will start sending out some Gohma Spawn,
which you should kill quickly as possible. Try and keep her Z-Targeted at all
times. Repeat the process until dead.

How to beat: Infernal Dinosaur - KING DODONGO

The King is hard to beat since you probably won't realize how to kill him at
first. It took me awhile as well. First, stand near the edge of the lava. 
Make sure not to touch it however. That way, when the King rolls around or
shoots lava, you will not get hurt. After he crashes after he stops rolling,
grab on of the Bomb Flowers laying around (only if he is close, if he is on
the other side of the room, don't try anything until he gets closer). Run to
him while you hold the Bomb Flower. When he opens his mouth, Z-Target it and
throw the flower in. If you were good enough, he should swallow it and it 
will explode in his tummy. He'll fall down, leaving a good opening to use
a Jump Attack. Repeat the process until dead.

How to beat: Bio-Electric Anemone - BARINADE

To begin, Barinade goes through many forms. In his first form, Z-Target the
top parts of him and attack them with a boomerang. After that, he will
release some pods that will circle him. Attack them until the main body opens
up. When it does, hit it with a boomerang. Barinade will become blue and you
can attack with a jump attack. Repeat the process until dead.

How to beat: Evil Spirit from Beyond - PHANTOM GANON

There are two forms of Phantom Ganon. In the first, there are two Ganons, one
fake, the other real. The Ganons come through the pictures all over the room.
You need to hit the Ganon with a bow when it comes out (if it is the real
one). So, keep your bow trained on a Ganon coming at you from a picture. If 
the Ganon you are targeting turns back at the last moment, it is a fake. Roll
to the edge of the platform to avoid the attack from the real Ganon. Keep
trying until the Phantom Ganon goes to the next form. In the second form,
the Phantom Ganon will fire magic balls at you. Just use your sword to swing
it back at him. He may or may not swing it back at you. Keep playing tennis
until he gets hit and stunned. When stunned, jump in for the kill. Repeat
the process until dead.

How to beat: Subterranean Lava Dragon - VOLVAGIA

You know that game with the moles that you hit with a hammer? This is what it
would be like in 3-D. Volvagia pokes his head out of a hole and you have to
hit him with the Megaton Hammer. Make sure it isnt a decoy poke out since 
you'll lose precious time recovering from the attack. Every once in awhile,
Volvagia will fly out. You can attack him when he is flying, but it isnt
recommended. When he is flying, rocks of lava will fall, but just keep moving
to avoid them. Repeat the process until dead.

How to beat: Giant Aquatic Amoeba - MORPHA

Morpha is very easy to beat. Since you have the Longshot, you can get him so
far away he can't attack you. Just Z-Target the little ball in one of the
tentacles. Pull it towards you with the Longshot and then hit it with your 
sword. Each time the ball returns, a new tentacle appears. Make sure to avoid
the tentacle attacks and just keep Z-Targeting the ball from far away. Repeat
the process until dead.

How to beat: Phantom Shadow Beast - BONGO BONGO

You can tell if Bongo Bongo is going to attack if his hand stops pounding on
the platform. To attack him, just hit his hands with a bow shot. Magic pots
and arrows come out of a sucessful arrow shot. When both hands are blue, use
the Eye of Truth to find the Eye. Hit the Eye with a Bow Shot and than Jump
Attack him while stunned. If you are slow, the hands will recover and you
will have to start over. Repeat the process until dead.

How to beat: Sorceress Sisters - TWINROVA

The first form his somewhat hard. You should not Z-Target a single witch
until you reflect energy. Then, you should Z-Target the witch you want to 
hit. The way to harm the witches is hard to do. You need to wait till one of 
the witches fires a beam at you. Bring out your shield and reflect the beam 
toward the other witch. Repeat until they turn into one boss. The second form
is easy to beat compared to the first. Just Z-Target the witch and show your 
shield. Have the shield contain the energy blasts from the witch. Make sure 
to contain 3 of the same shot in a row. (Ex. If you start with ice blasts,
make sure to only contain ice blasts, jump out of the way of fire blasts). 
When you collect 3 of the same shot in a row, you will fire it back at the 
witch. She will become stunned. Just jump onto where she is and jump attack.
Running over there with Hover Boots is a time saver. Repeat the process until
dead.

How to beat: King of Thieves - GANONDORF

In the beginning, if you fall with the platform climb up and jump to one of
the corners of the room. I suggest keeping Hover Boots on the whole fight, 
you will see why. If you stand in one of the ledges, Ganondorf may use an
attack to knock the whole ledge down. He won't use that if you are in a 
corner. Usually, Ganondorf attacks like Phantom Ganon's 2nd form, using 
energy balls. Just reflect it back to him with a sword shot until he is 
stunned. While stunned, use a Light Arrow to make him fall to the center 
platform. Then, walk over to the center platform and use a jump attack to
hurt him. You might be able to do two, but I'm careful and I walk back to the
corner. If you see Ganon drawing a lot of energy, fight a Light Arrow at him
as soon as possible. He will use his super attack if you allow him to use
his attack and it does hurt. The Light Arrow will cancel the attack as well
as allowing you to go in for another attack. If you run out of magic, hearts
or arrows, just drop down to below the battle room back to the room with the
pots. There are plenty of items you can get to replenish your supplies. 
Repeat the process until dead.

How to beat: GANON

Pretty dang easy if you ask me. A little tip here, if you need some hearts,
magic pots, etc., just have Ganon take down a pillar. His first form is very 
slow. Just Z-Target his tail and side jump on his left side. If you try his 
right side, you're asking for some hurt since his right side attack his very 
hard to avoid. The left side attack is easily avoided and the recoil time can
be used to jump attack him your sword. Repeat until he goes into his second 
form. In the down time between his forms, grab the Master Sword. You can't
use what you did before since Ganon is now faster. You can do two things at
this point. You can Z-Target his face and fire a light arrow. Or, you can 
roll under his legs (yes, it is possible) and slice his tail from there.
After you beat Ganon beatly enough, Zelda will hold him down and you must 
equip the Master Sword as this point. Use the Sword to slice him and enjoy
the rest of the game.

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11. All 100 Gold Skulltulas
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Yes, I've found every single one, and boy, was that a task to finish. Of 
course, the prize for it stinks, but you get some sense of self-worth.

Unlike with the hearts, I won't list them in order. I may in the future, but
it will be real annoying for me to do so at this point and time. I will tell
you if the Skulltula you can get requires anything special and a special
timeframe (adult or child). Remember, most Skulltulas come out at night.

--Kokiri Forest
CHILD
#01-After you are able to go out into Hyrule Field, wait in Hyrule Field for
awhile until it becomes night. Then, go back into Kokiri Forest and look 
behind the Know It All Bros' house. You should find a Gold Skulltula.
#02-Find the plot of Soft Soil that is near the Kokiri Forest Shop. When you
get near to it, use a Bug. When the bugs go inside the Soft Soil, a Skulltula
will pop out.

ADULT
#03-After you clean up the Forest Temple, look on one of the pillar types 
things on the Twins House. Look behind one of them to find a Gold Skulltula.

--Hyrule Field
BOTH
#04-In the dirt area in Hyrule Field (just before Gerudo Valley) look for a
circle of stones (should be to your right if you entered the area straight).
Place bomb in the middle of the stones to reveal a pit with a lot of webs.
Use Din's Fire to burn the webs.
#05-In the little island that has the entrance to Kakariko Village, there are
two trees. Place a bomb next to the one that is closest to the Castle. Go
into the pit revealed.

--Hyrule Market
CHILD
#06-In the room with the many pots (and many Rupees), there should be 5 
crates. Break open the ones nearest to the guard to reveal a Gold Skulltula.

--Hyrule Castle
CHILD
#07-As you enter the outdoor area of the Castle from the Market, just roll
into the tree that is just north of the entrance from the Market.
#08-Come back to Hyrule Castle after you learned the Song of Storms and go as
far as you can go. When you are in fenced in area, there should be only one
tree. Play the Song of Storms near that tree and go into the pit revealed.

--Ganon's Castle
ADULT
#09-On the ruined Hyrule Castle pillar, look on the other side of it. There
should be a Gold Skulltula on it. Use your Hookshot to kill and grab its 
token.

--Lon Lon Ranch
CHILD
#10-As you enter the big field (via the gate) make sure to look to your left
when you do. There should be a tree there. Roll into that tree.
#11-The fence that contains most of horses has a wooden part on it. Go over
and look at the back of the wooden part (the part not inside the pen).
#12-From the little shed with the cows (in the back) look at the wall just 
northwest of it. There should be a Gold Skulltula on the wall. (You need the 
Boomerang).
#13-On the house, there are many windows. One of the high floor ones will 
have a Gold Skulltula climbing on one. (You need the Boomerang).

--Kakariko Village
CHILD
#14-As you enter Kakariko Village, there should be a tree (the Carpenter Boss
or Weird Man sits by it, depending on time of day). Roll into that tree for
a Gold Skulltula.
#15-Look on the left side of the Skulltula house (Left if you are looking at
the door of the Skulltula house).
#16-In the building that is being made, there is a pile of bricks in the 
center of it. There is a Gold Skulltula there.
#17-Look on the side of the Graveyard Kid's house (the side that is facing 
the Death Mountain entrance).
#18-Look on the ladder that climbs up to the lookout point. There should be
a Gold Skulltula on that ladder.

ADULT
#19-Use the Hookshot on any part of Impa's Roof to climb up to it. Once 
there, look on the nearby wall for a Gold Skulltula.

--Kakariko Graveyard
CHILD
#20-From the Royal Tomb, just follow the wall that is west of it (west if you
are looking away from the Royal Graves). (You need the Boomerang).
#21-Find the plot of Soft Soil that is near the East row of graves. When you
get near to it, use a Bug. When the bugs go inside the Soft Soil, a Skulltula
will pop out.

--Lost Woods
CHILD
#22-Find the plot of Soft Soil that is in the area just south of the single
Skull Kid. When you get near to it, use a Bug. When the bugs go inside the 
Soft Soil, a Skulltula will pop out.
#23-Find the plot of Soft Soil that is near the area with the two Business
Scrubs. When you get near to it, use a Bug. When the bugs go inside the Soft 
Soil, a Skulltula will pop out.

ADULT
#24-Use the magic plant that is planted in the Soft Soil spot just metioned
above (#23).

--Sacred Meadow
ADULT
#25-As you go to the Forest Temple in the Sacred Meadow, climb up the ladder
at the enter of the maze. From there look on the east wall to find a Gold
Skulltula.

--Death Mountain
CHILD
#26-Find the plot of Soft Soil that is near the Dodongo Cavern. When you get
near to it, use a Bug. When the bugs go inside the Soft Soil, a Skulltula
will pop out.
#27-From the entrance from Kakariko Village, there is a bombable wall that is
on the east wall. It looks like a big rock and is very noticable. You can 
climb up the wall to get the Gold Skulltula.

ADULT
#28-There is a brown rock in the area where you threw the Bomb Plant to open
the Dodongo Cavern. Use the Megaton Hammer to break that rock.
#29-In the area where the rocks fall, there are a few brown rocks. Just break
open the one that is touching the wall.

--Goron City
CHILD
#30-In the rock bombing maze, at the end is a crate. Roll into that crate to
get a Gold Skulltula.

ADULT
#31-Find a spot where you can see the back of the center platform (that is
held by ropes). Use a Hookshot to kill the Gold Skulltula on the back of the
altar.

--Death Mountain Crater
CHILD
#32-As you enter the Crater from the Death Mountain Trail, there should be a
crate in front of you. Just roll into it to get it.
#33-Find the plot of Soft Soil that is near the Fire Temple. When you get 
near to it, use a Bug. When the bugs go inside the Soft Soil, a Skulltula
will pop out. (To get here as a child, just play the Bolero of Fire as a 
child).

--Zora's River
CHILD
#34-As you enter the River from Hyrule Field, there should be a tree near the
wall. Roll into the tree.
#35-On the natural bridges near the entrance to Zora's Domain, there is a 
ladder that leads to the water at the end of one of them. On that ladder is
a Gold Skulltula.

ADULT
#36-Go through Zora's River until you get to the point where you get access
the little inlet that has the ladder that leads to high hill. Climb up the
ladder and go to the Fairy Fountain (you have to jump to reach it, it is on
another island). From the Fairy Fountain island, look for the Gold Skulltula
on the wall nearby.
#37-Look high and to the left on the wall near the bridge to Zora's Domain.

--Zora's Domain
ADULT
#38-Go to the top of the frozen waterfall. Look for the Gold Skulltula 
climbing the wall nearby.

--Zora's Fountain
CHILD
#39-As you enter Zora's Fountain, go to the little island in the southeast. 
Roll into the tree that is there.
#40-Near the big rock in Zora's Fountain, there is a submerged log. Use that
log to find the Gold Skulltula just near it on the wall. (You need a 
Boomerang).

ADULT
#41-As you enter Zora's Fountain, go to the little island in the southeast.
You should find a Gray Rock there, lift it up with the Silver Gauntlets and
enter the secret pit. In there are some invisible Big Skulltulas, but you
should be able to kill them since you can still Z-Target them. At the end of
the cave is a Gold Skulltula and a high jumping point back into the fountain.

--Lake Hyila
CHILD
#42-You can find the Gold Skulltula on the back of the Old Man's house. It is
on the side that is facing the lake, so you'll need to get it from the 
bridge.
#43-Find the plot of Soft Soil that is near the Old Man's House. When you get 
near to it, use a Bug. When the bugs go inside the Soft Soil, a Skulltula
will pop out.
#44-In Lake Hyila, there are three island. One with a grave, one with a 
Triforce symbol and the other with two pillars. Swim to the one with two
pillars and you will a Gold Skulltula on one of them.

ADULT
#45-On the island with the Triforce symbol, use the Hookshot to climb up the
tree and find the Gold Skulltula on the top of the broken tree.
#46-In the Old Man's house, equip the Iron Boots. Drop to the bottom of the
diving pool. Roll into the crate at the bottom to release a Gold Skulltula.

--Gerudo Valley
CHILD
#47-Find the plot of Soft Soil that is on the ledge below the BLOCKED 
entrance to the rest of Gerudo Valley. To get to the ledge, pick up the Cucco
nearby and glide down until you reach the ledge. When you get near to it, use
a Bug. When the bugs go inside the Soft Soil, a Skulltula will pop out.
#48-When you enter Gerudo Valley, you will cross a small log bridge. The log
bridge is near a little start of a spring (to the right of the bridge). There
is a Gold Skulltula at the start of the spring.

ADULT
#49-When you reach the other side of the bridge, look behind the carpenter's
tent. There is a Gold Skulltula on the wall.
#50-There are many stone arches on the other side of Gerudo Valley. Look 
under the one that is across from the tent.

--Gerudo Fortress
ADULT
#51-Outer wall (Center of East side up high). (You need the Hookshot).
#52-In the east part of the outdoor Gerudo Fortress, there is a Horseback
Archery Range. You can't play it at night, but use your targeting skills to
kill the Gold Skulltula on the northern single target.

--Haunted Wasteland
ADULT
#53-When you reach the midpoint fortress, just go inside it. Once inside, you
can't miss the Gold Skulltula inside.

--Desert Colossus
CHILD
#54-Find the plot of Soft Soil that is near the Spirit Temple. When you get 
near to it, use a Bug. When the bugs go inside the Soft Soil, a Skulltula
will pop out. (To get here when you are an child, just play Requiem of Spirit
as a child).

ADULT
#55-In the southeast part of the Desert Colossus is a dry oasis (which can
be filled by playing Song of Storms on the rock nearby). Use the Hookshot to
kill a Gold Skulltula on one of the palm trees.
#56-Use the Magic Plant you planted as a child to ride around the Desert
CColossus. When you reach the big rock, jump off and land on it. Kill the 
Gold Skulltula.

--Deku Tree
CHILD
#57-In the room with the three raising platforms, jump from the second 
platform into the small alcove.
#58-When you jump down from floor 1F into B1, you will notice there is ivy
that can take you back to 1F. On that ivy, there is a Gold Skulltula.
#59-There are wooden bars in the first room of B1 that prevent you from 
passing them. On the northern wooden bars, there is a Gold Skulltula. 
#60-In the room with the 3 Gohma Spawn, there is a Bombable wall behind the
Deku Baba. Blow up the wall and enter the room revealed. In the next room,
there is a Gold Skulltula.

--Dodongo Cavern
CHILD
#61-In the room with your first meeting with Baby Dodongos, just kill one 
near the Bombable wall so you can enter the revealed room.
#62-In the room with the many Bomb Flowers, at the exit of the room there is
some ivy. There is a Skullwalltula and a Gold Skulltula.
#63-In the second big room inside the skull's mouth, there is a bombable wall
at the north part of the room. Blow it up and enter the room. In the room,
there is a Gold Skulltula behind the Armos.
#64-When you leave Dodongo Cavern, you should have activated a pillar to rise
really high. When you enter the Cavern again, use that pillar to go back to 
the top of the many Bomb Flowers room (the pillar has been reset). Go from
the entrance to your left and continue on the wooden path until you reach the
ivy that grows on the pillar. Climb up so you can enter the little area with
the Gold Skulltula.

ADULT
#65-Use Pierre in the room where you first met Baby Dodongos. Hookshot onto
him and you should reach the Gold Skulltula.

--Inside the Belly of Jabu Jabu
CHILD
#66-In the room with the switch that activates the rising water, there is a
Gold Skulltula on the ivy in the same room.
#67-On wall in the room after falling through hole that had the Green 
Tentacle. (You need the Boomerang).
#68-On wall in the room after falling through hole that had the Green 
Tentacle. (You need the Boomerang).
#69-In the room before the boss, there is a Gold Skulltula on the ivy.

--Forest Temple
ADULT
#70-There is a Gold Skulltula on the ivy in the first room with the two 
Wolfos.
#71-Once you enter the main room, go to the northern most door. Don't enter,
just look to your right (if you are facing the door) and use your Hookshot on
the Gold Skulltula there.
#72-Look on the wall of northeastern part of the northeast courtyard. (You 
need the Hookshot).
#73-Look on the wall of the northwest courtyard, second floor. (You need the
Hookshot).
#74-The rotating room before the boss contains one room with a Gold
Skulltula. Keep moving the pillars for it.

--Fire Temple
ADULT
#75-After you use the Song of Time to move the blue block, in the next room
will be a Like Like and spinning tiles. Behind the Like Like on the wall is a
Gold Skulltula.
#76-In the room where the screen turns overhead (rock maze) you have to find
the bombable wall. In that room is a Gold Skulltula.
#77-Look around in the area you get to after you use Pierre against the 
fence. (You need the Hookshot).
#78-Look around in the area you get to after you use Pieere in the circular
room on wall. (You need the Hookshot).
#79-In the other spinning tile (you can't miss this one, you have to go to 
this room) room, find the Gold Skulltula on the wall.

--Ice Cavern
ADULT
#80-In the spinning blades room, there is a Gold Skulltula against one of the
walls.
#81-In the room where you can get the Compass a Piece of Heart, there is a 
Gold Skulltula near the Piece of Heart.
#82-In the ice block sliding puzzle, there is a Gold Skulltula against one of
the walls.

--Water Temple
ADULT
#83-Inside the center room (the one with the 2nd Triforce Symbol) there is a
Gold Skulltula on the very top against a wall.
#84-There is a Gold Skulltula against the east wall in the room with the 
moving Gold Skulltula platforms.
#85-After going through the south way when the water level is the lowest, at
the end of the path is a gate containing a switch and a Gold Skulltula. Use
the Biggoron sword or a Charged Spin Slash to activate the switch to open the
gate.
#86-Look on the wall around the midpoint in the whirlpool river. (You need 
the Longshot).
#87-Look on the wall where the boulders drop. (You need the Longshot).

--Bottom of the Well
CHILD
#88-Look on the wall in the room behind the left locked door in center area. 
(You need the Boomerang).
#89-Look on the wall in the room behind the right locked door in center area.
(You need the Boomerang).
#90-In the northeast part of the Bottom of the Well, there is a crawl space.
From the crawl space, enter the rooms and complete them until you reach the
room with the Like Like. In that room, there is a Gold Skulltula.

--Shadow Temple
ADULT
#91-Look on the wall in the room with the invisible spinning blades. (You 
need the Longshot).
#92-Look on the wall in one of the cells in the room with the falling spikes.
(You need the Longshot).
#93-Look on the wall behind the flaming skull.
#94-Look on the little high ledge that is near the boat. (You need the
Longshot, Pierre can be used here, but not needed).
#95-Look on the wall behind the 3 flaming skulls. (You need the Longshot).

--Spirit Temple
CHILD
#96-Look on the wall in the rupee collecting room. (You need the Boomerang).
#97-Look behind the ladder at the top in the room with the two Lizalfos. (You 
need the Boomerang).
#98-Look about the doorway in the hall before you fight the Iron Knuckle. 
(You need the Boomerang).
#99-Play the Song of Time on the Blue Block in the rolling boulders room. 
(You need the Ocarina of Time).
#100-Look on the high platform to the left in the room with the big statue. 
(You need the Longshot, Pierre can be used here, but not needed).

Hopefully you've found all 100 Gold Skulltulas now. If you are confused with
any of them, just email me the number of it and i'll see what I can do.

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12. Great Fairies
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In all, there are 6 Great Fairies. They represent Power, Wisdom, and Courage.
3 of them give you special powers and the other 3 give magical powers. 
Although you don't need their help, it will be wise to get these powers
anyway.

FIRST GREAT FAIRY - Death Mountain Trail

After beating the Dodongo Cavern, go back on the trail to where the trail
divides. One side (left of the big flag) goes up to the peak, while the
other side (right) goes to the Goron City. Go on the left path, blowing up
the rocks if they block your way. You will have to throw a bomb at the rock
on the other side of the steps. When you get to the top of the steps, you 
should hear mooing. You can blow up the boulder there to reveal a pit. Inside
the pit, you can jump in to get some Rupees and even get some milk. Keep
going north until the screen turns red and you hear rumbling. Make sure to 
have your Hylian shield ready. When the shadow around you turns circular, you
should either run or place your shield on top of you. Run while the rock 
falling is delayed, or whenever you can find the time. After that, climb the
ivy, but watch out for the Skullwalltulas. Z-Target them and Slingshot them.
Once you reach the peak (finally) you will see a open cave, a blocked up one,
and that owl! (When you want to leave, let the owl carry to Kakariko 
Village). Use a blow to blow up the rubble in front of the blocked up cave
and go inside. Follow the marble path and play Zelda's Lullaby on the 
triforce symbol. The Great Fairy that appears will give you the magical spin
slash (you can charge it up for more power).

SECOND GREAT FAIRY - Hyrule Castle

Go back to the front of the castle (with all the soldiers). Pass the guard
you can talk to (either by bribing him or using the ivy and go to the sign
that warns of a Dead End. Blow up the boulder just past it and climb inside
the little hole. Play Zelda's Lullaby on the Triforce symbol and recieve 
Din's Fire, the spell of Fire which costs 6 MP to use, but does a good 
amount of damage, and can light torches.

THIRD GREAT FAIRY - Zora's Fountain

At Zora's Fountain, go to the little island in the southeast. Place a bomb on
the wall (in between the rocks if you like) to blow up the whole wall. Go in
and play Zelda's Lullaby on the Triforce symbol and recieve Farore's Wind.
Use it once to set a warp point and use it again to either remove that point
or warp to the point.

FOURTH GREAT FAIRY - Death Mountain Cavern

Make sure you have the hammer for this. You can do this right after beating
the Fire Temple by Hookshoting over to the other side using the fallen bridge
(make sure to point the lazer at the top piece of wood so you will climb up).
Go to south of the little island you are now on (use the map). You will see
some rocks blocking a cave. Break the rocks and go inside. Once inside, play
Zelda's Lullaby to enable the Great Fairy. She will give you a double magic
bar.

FIFTH GREAT FAIRY - Desert Colossus

Once entering the Desert Colossus, walk along the north wall. Once you reach
the crack in the wall (in between the two palm trees), blow it up and enter.
Play Zelda's Lullaby and get Naryu's Love. You can use Naryu's Love to make
a magical shield surround you. While the shield is on, you don't take damage,
but act if you did (ex. if you get hit while climbing on a ledge, you will
scream, but won't take any damage).

SIXTH GREAT FAIRY - Ganon's Castle

When you get the Gold Gauntlets, go back to the area where you got Din's 
Fire. Pass the little rocks and head for the pillar with the cresent on it.
Grab it and watch the little cinema. Enter through the revealed archway and
play Zelda's Lullaby. Your hearts will now be coated with a white border. 
This means that all damage done to you is now halved.

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13. Enemy List
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Deku Baba
Found: Kokiri Forest, Deku Tree, Forest Temple

The first enemy you face, the ones in Kokiri Forest don't do anything but
stand there. The others attack, but have a limited range and can be easily
blocked with your shield. When they die, they give out Deku Sticks or Nuts.

Deku Scrub
Found: Deku Tree

Deku Scrub are plant type creatures which pop out every so often to spit Deku
Nuts at you. You can reflect them back with your shield, or if you are quick,
you can attack them before they hide. They will hide if you get near or if
they are reloading. You cannot kill them, just make them surrender.

Skulltula
Found: All over the world

Skullwalltulas may seem imposing and tough, but only to the beginner. Before
you get a lot of weapons, you have to be patient with this enemy. It's weak
point is its back. A single jump attack can kill it. Watch out for its spin
attack which can throw you back a far ways. A sword shot that hits its face
will just make it go back and forth. A boomerang can stun this creature 
though.

Skullwalltula
Found: All over the world

Skullwalltula can only stay on ivy. Their only purpose is to knock you down
while climbing. To know if they will attack, watch if they turn purple. You
can pass by them if they don't see you, but you should always kill them with
Slingshot/Hookshot when possible.

Gold Skulltula
Found: ALL OVER THE WORLD

Gold Skulltula are needed to count toward your Gold Skulltula total. They 
can't hurt you (unless you touch them) and they don't move around, so if you
don't care about Gold Skulltula counts, then just skip these enemies.

Gohma Spawn
Found: Deku Tree

Crablike creatures which move pretty fast. Watch out for them since their
attacks can hurt. The good thing is that they turn red before attacking.
That way you can prepare as you like. When you hurt a Spawn, it will retreat,
but come back sooner or later.

Peahat
Found: Hyrule Field

They only attack in the morning, and only if you get close to one. They start
their attack two ways. Either they attack using their own body (usually if 
you charge at them) or they attack using Peheat Larva while they fly high 
above. Peahats take 6 Slingshot hits so there is little point in fighting 
them since your rewards are minimal. If you try to fight one in the night, it
won't take damage, but it will release Peahat Larva.

Peahat Larva
Found: Hyrule Field

Peahat Larva attack you kamakaze style. They only die when they hit anything.
Your shield, walls, or even you. Outrunning them is out of the question so 
either find shelter or get that shield ready.

Stalchild
Found: Hyrule Field

Stalchild are skeleton type enemies which you find in infinite numbers during
night. They take only few hits, but keep coming back. If any are alive at
daybreak, they retreat to the ground. They aren't much of a problem since you
can easily outrun them. Little trick fighting Stalchildren, if you kill a lot
of them in a single night, a big Stalchild will come out, but he only attacks
faster.

Business Scrub
Found: All over the world

Like Deku Scrubs, except they offer you items in exchange for surrender.

Guay
Found: Lon Lon Ranch, Lake Hylia, Desert Colossus

You probably won't find these a problem since they die easily and don't 
attack a lot. But when they do, just block them and attack.

Wolfos
Found: Lost Woods, Forest Temple

The first of the attack or be attacked enemies, you have to do some real good
fighting to beat him. When he attacks, block him and reply quickly with an
attack of your own. You shouldn't attack him when he's running around since
he can block pretty well. After some time, you should be able to kill him
with practice.

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14. Mini-Games
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Many good RPGs have mini-games in them. Chrono Trigger had that soldier 
guessing game, FF7 had the Chocobo Racing. But, Zelda has MANY Mini-Games. 
Some are fun, some are tedious, but all are important to enhance your Zelda
64 experience.

The Treasure Game

FOUND AT: HYRULE MARKET
PLAYED AS: CHILD ONLY
OPEN IN: THE NIGHT
COST: 10 RUPEES

This game isn't really that fun. If you are wondering what the prize at the
end is, it's a Piece of Heart the first time and a Purple Rupee every other
time. The point is to pass through 5 rooms with 2 chests each. One of the 
chests has a key which is used to pass through the locked door to the next
room. The other chest has a Rupee that depends on the room color. (The room
color=Rupee color). You can come back here as a Child with the Lens of Truth.
Use the Lens of Truth on the treasure chest. You can look through it so you
can see what is inside it. Although cheap, it is the easy way to win.

The Hunt for Little Richard

FOUND AT: HYRULE MARKET
PLAYED AS: CHILD ONLY
OPEN IN: THE NIGHT
COST: NONE

Go into the back alleys and open the door you can only open at that time. In
the house, you will see that fat woman talk about her dog that yelps around
when you are in the market in the day. To find the dog, just touch the white
dog that is behind the stand near the man in the window. If you pick up the
wrong dog by mistake, just talk to the fat woman for her to get rid of it.

Shooting Gallery

FOUND AT: HYRULE MARKET & KAKARIKO VILLAGE
PLAYED AS: CHILD & ADULT
OPEN IN: THE DAY
COST: 20 RUPEES

Use your Slingshot (or Bow when adult) to fire at oversized Rupees. You get 
15 Nuts (or Bows) to use to fire at 10 Rupees. Break them all to get a 
special prize (first time child=Bullet Bag, first time adult=Large Quiver).
If you only get 8 of them, you play again for free. 7 or less means you lose
and have to pay to start over. BTW, there is a set order when you are a 
child. It is MIDDLE, LEFT, RIGHT, JUMPING MIDDLE, LEFT & RIGHT, MOVING TO THE
LEFT, MOVING TO THE RIGHT. The adult gallery combines these orders in a 
random setting.

Bombchu Bowling

FOUND AT: HYRULE MARKET
PLAYED AS: CHILD ONLY
OPEN IN: 24-HOURS
COST: 30 RUPEES

You get 10 Bombchus to use to blow up the target. The prize is randomly 
selected, but you can pick from purple rupee, bombs, Bomb Bag, Bombchus, and 
Piece of Heart. Once dropped, the go in a line in the direction you were 
facing. The first wall is always dead center with only a spike moving back
and forth. Drop the bombchu when the spike is away and when you are in the
center. If good, it will pass the spike area and continue on until it hits
the target. The second wall can be either on the sides or the top center. If
it is on the sides, throw it in a straight line toward it. The chicken 
should not be a problem with the side targets. The center target can just be
done like the first wall, just watch for the small chicken. The third wall is
the hardest. Just time your shot so it passes by the small and big chicken.
The time to best use it is when the big chicken is in the center. By the time
it gets there, hopefully it will be gone from the center. Good luck!

Mask Trading

FOUND AT: HYRULE MARKET
PLAYED AS: CHILD ONLY
OPEN IN: DAY ONLY
COST: FREE

This game takes you across the world selling masks to all types of people.
Here is what you do to beat it (as said in How do I get the Mask of Truth?).

First, sell the Keaton Mask to the guard of Death Mountain in Kakariko 
Village. Next, sell the Skull Mask to the lone Skull Kid in the Lost Woods.
After that, sell the Spooky Mask to the kid who walks around the Kakariko
Graveyard in the morning. Last, sell the Bunny Hood to the man who runs 
around Hyrule Field. After all this, you will be able to select the Mask of
Truth and 3 other masks at the Happy Mask Shop.

Forest Stage

FOUND AT: LOST WOODS
PLAYED AS: CHILD ONLY
OPEN IN: 24-HOURS
COST: FREE

Find the hidden hole somewhere in the brush in the room with the two 
Business Scrubs (and the Soft Soil spot). Jump in wearing a mask. Go onto the
small platform and the scrubs will rate your mask. Only the Skull and Mask of
Truth produce good results. The Skull Mask gives your a Deku Stick upgrade 
and the Mask of Truth gives you a Deku Nut upgrade.

Uncurse the Skulltulas

FOUND AT: KAKARIKO VILLAGE
PLAYED AS: CHILD & ADULT
OPEN IN: 24-HOURS
COST: FREE

Go to the Skulltula House. In the center of the room, the big Skulltula-Human
will drop down. Talk to him to learn about the curse. Your mission for this
game is to kill as many Gold Skulltulas as possible. There are 100 in all.
The prizes are as follows.

10 Skulltulas - Adult's Wallet
20 Skulltulas - Stone of Agony
30 Skulltulas - Giant's Wallet
40 Skulltulas - Bombchus
50 Skulltulas - Piece of Heart
100 Skulltulas - Yellow Rupee (as much as you want)

Frog Songs

FOUND AT: ZORA'S RIVER
PLAYED AS: CHILD ONLY
OPEN IN: 24-HOURS
COST: FREE

While at Zora's River, walk onto the little platform on the log that sticks
out into the river (Navi turns green in this area). Take out your Ocarina and
play any one of your top row songs for them. You get 50 Rupees each time you
play a new song. When you play them the Song of Storms, you get a Piece of
Heart. Play all 6 top-row songs for them to get a new game. In the new game,
you have to press the button needed to have a frog eat the butterfly above
him. Waiting too long or pressing the wrong button results in failure. Just
so you know, the order of buttons is, A, C+Left, C+Right, C+Down, C+Left,
C+Right, C+Down, A, C+Down, A, C+Down, C+Right, C+Left, and A.

Diving Game

FOUND AT: ZORA'S DOMAIN
PLAYED AS: CHILD ONLY
OPEN IN: 24-HOURS
COST: 20 RUPEES

Go into the little cave west of the room of King Zora. Talk to the Zora 
standing at the source of the waterfall. After he throws the Silver Rupees 
into the water, jump after them and use your dive skills to grab them. After
you get them all, go back to him to recieve the Silver Scale. After getting
the Silver Scale, you play it again for real Rupees.

Fishing

FOUND AT: LAKE HYLIA
PLAYED AS: CHILD & ADULT
OPEN IN: 24-HOURS
COST: 10 RUPEES

In this game, all you have to do is cast your line and reel in the fish. 
Talk to the fisherman for control help. The big fish can be found near the
bamboo shoots or logs. When you spot a slow fish that doesn't grab at once,
that is the one you want. Stagger the reeling by using slow, sudden 
movements (press B slowly). The fish will get interested in time and will
grab. Use A and R to reel him in. Reel in the opposite the direction he is
pulling. Getting a big fish (9-10 as child, 15-20 as adult) nets you a 
special prize.

Big Poe Hunting

FOUND AT: HYRULE MARKET
PLAYED AS: ADULT ONLY
OPEN IN: 24-HOURS
COST: FREE

Talk to the thing in the room that used have all those pots. He will say he
is a Ghost Hunter. He also talks of something good happening at 1,000 points.
In order to get those 1,000 points, you must capture 10 Big Poes (100 points
each). You can find the 10 Big Poe locations in Part 2. Bringing him a Big
Poe also nets 50 Rupees. You can bring him a small Poe for no points and
10 Rupees.

Dampe's Graveyard Race

FOUND AT: KAKARIKO GRAVEYARD
PLAYED AS: ADULT ONLY
OPEN IN: 24-HOURS
COST: FREE

Jump into the grave that is right next to the magic plant (or the former soft
soil spot with hole if you did not plant a magic bean). When you fall onto 
the platform, go towards the open archway. Dampe's ghost will appear asking
you to follow. You have follow as best as possible in order to beat the race.
If you go the wrong way, he will close the door to the next part of the maze
and you will lose. You have to do this race the first time to get the 
Hookshot. In order to get a special prize, beat the race in less than a 
minute. In order to do this, you must get hit by a flame and you must roll 
in the straightaways.

Epona Racing 

FOUND AT: LON LON RANCH
PLAYED AS: ADULT ONLY
OPEN IN: DAY ONLY
COST: 60 RUPEES MINIMUM

(As said in the How to get Epona section)

Make sure you learn Epona's Song as a child. Malon will teach it to you when
you go to Lon Lon Ranch.

When you are an adult, go to Lon Lon Ranch. Something has changed as Ingo now
seems to control the ranch and praises Lord Ganondorf. Talk to him and pay to
ride a horse. Play Epona's Song and Epona will come to you. Climb on her and
talk to Ingo while on her. He will propose a race for 50 Rupees. Agree.

The 1st race is very easy, use a carrot, stay in Ingo's way and use a carrot
when it comes back. The race is only one lap so you can gun it at the end.

He is a sore loser and he will ask for another race. The 2nd race is a bit
harder. You should use more carrots and stay in his way as much as possible.
If you run of carrots (you shouldn't, but it is easy to do) just stay in his 
way. You will get all 6 carrots back at once after some time.

If you win the 2nd race, you get Epona, but you can't get her out of the 
ranch the easy way. Instead, run around the track for a few laps. Go toward
one of the barriers and jump it at full blast. If you are good, you will 
switch to a small cinema showing you jumping out of Lon Lon Ranch onto Hyrule
Field. Good job, you got Epona!

Obstacle Course

FOUND AT: LON LON RANCH
PLAYED AS: ADULT ONLY
OPEN IN: DAY ONLY
COST: FREE

After beating Ingo for Epona, go back to Lon Lon Ranch. Talk to Malon while
on Epona and she will ask if you would like to use her on the obstacle 
course. Say yes, and get ready to run through it. It is made up of fences 
ranging in 3 sizes. You have to get through 2 laps jumping all the fences.
Beating the race in 49 seconds or less nets you a little prize at your house.

Horseback Archery

FOUND AT: GERUDO FORTRESS
PLAYED AS: ADULT ONLY
OPEN IN: DAY ONLY
COST: FREE

If you get Epona, go to the east part of the outside Fortress. Talk to the
Gerudo under the canopy while on Epona. Accept her challenge for the archery
practice. You get 20 arrows to get as many points as possible. Breaking the
pots with the arrows gets you 100 points, hitting a bullseye gets 100 points.
You can also hit the other sections of the target to get 60 and 30 points.
On one pass you should break all the pots, and on the other pass you should
get as many bullseyes as possible. Getting 1000 points gets you a Piece of
Heart and 1500 gets your a Large Quiver.

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15. Thanks
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Well, I would have to thank me, because without me, this wouldn't be 
possible. Also, a big thanks to Nintendo and Shigeru Miyamoto for making this
great game and releasing it in the states (finally!). 

The people who email me with their questions and comments also get thanks. 
Without them, I wouldn't have the Frequently Asked Questions Section and 
something to read in my formerly empty mailbox. 

Dwayne Agiao also gets a thanks for telling me that the 100 Gold Skulltula 
prize can be taken many times.

Chris Braun gets a thanks for reminding me about the Sixth Great Fairy.

John Clay, a real-life friend I see every day, also gets a thanks for using 
my guide for his game as well as editing it.

I can't think of anyone else at this point, but if you want to be 
known, just contribute any information that you think will be helpful in this
guide.

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16. Disclaimer
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This guide can and should be given out as long as it is not altered in any 
way. The guide's purpose is to help people play Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of
Time and that is its only purpose. This guide cannot be used in any
commerically such as, but not limited to, Magazines, Books, Guides, without
first contacting the author for his consent. Credit must given if you take
information from this guide.

The Legend of Zelda: The Ocarina of Time is a 
trademark of Nintendo of America, Inc., copyright 1998.  
All other trademarks copyright their respective owners.