Sheik will act as a guide, of sorts, as you progress through the Temples, and has a very important role in the game’s climax. Kokiri Forest New Equipment: Kokiri Sword On Link’s porch, you will be approached by Saria, one of the game’s more important sub characters. So, if there are around 32 costumes, this would be on par and you would have as many costumes as stages, maybe even one costume best for each stage.
In June, Cobra will have a huge presence at Phoenix Comicon: It’s actually re-creating the bar at the convention and encouraging people in costume to come down to the real location. Cobra wasn’t having a cosplay contest or anything, but Paredes and Bray were happy to see the costume. Cobra also hosts regular theme nights — May the 4th and Cinco de Mayo parties are next — and every Sunday Paredes hosts tournaments with some of the more competitive players. According to the catchy theme song, “it’s your world!” The team from Sony Online Entertainment will be on hand to show off all manner of cool things about their family-friendly MMO, and perhaps a hint of what the future may hold. Malon will then teach you Epona’s Song, which tames Epona and also makes any Cow in the game give you a free bottle of Lon Lon Milk.
Return to the main area of the room by sinking down through the pool of water with the Iron Boots, then using the Hookshot at the other end of the corridor to pull yourself back up to the main room. The Water Temple – The Serene Pool This room is famous. Defeat Volvagia. Enter the Fire Temple. Watch out for the Fire Keese, who have respawned. The Fire Temple – Lava Cavern Run back out to the edge of the sandstone platform, and turn around to face the Block of Time above you. The Spirit Temple – North Hall Run down the hall. Watch out for the Tektite at the top of the shaft, who will attempt to knock you down. Inside Ganon’s Castle – Tower Exterior Keep following Zelda down the tower.
Inside Ganon’s Castle – Keep Go right up the stairs, and through the door emblazoned with the Shadow Medallion. They’re plugged into the Phoenix arts and culture scene, and the bar is right next door to Arizona State University’s downtown campus. Cobra’s design respects the local community while raising the bar — literally — with high-profile work from world-renowned artists. The murals along Cobra’s walls were painted by local artists, except for one big piece at the front of the bar: a woman’s face surrounded by Medusa-like swirls, all in black and white.