Doubtless, the upcoming The Legend of Zelda: The Twilight Princess will once again place that bar of competence to an even higher mark (Post-Twilight Princess update: it didn’t. It’s not unusual for new game developers to cite The Legend of Zelda as the reason they got involved in video game programming, and in another ten years we will probably hear similar stories told about Ocarina of Time. Time Period: Young Link ONLY Requires: Fairy Ocarina OR Ocarina of Time Stand on the tree trunk in front of the twin Skullkids and pull out your Ocarina. The Triforce, eagle, and silver designs are cut out of FunFoam sheets. Hidden in both time periods of the game in roughly equal portions, the Gold Skulltulas are the symbols of a curse that affects a wealthy family in Kakariko Village. This took some time and patience. It is now time to climb that ladder that we ignored earlier, which will take you back up to the third level.
A Note on the Passage of Time: If you need to be in an area at a certain time of day, then it will be specified in that area’s heading in the guide. Once Navi the Fairy has awoken Link from his nightmare, then the game has truly begun. At the start of his journey, Link is joined by a Fairy called Navi. Crossing the Haunted Wasteland Dungeon VIII: The Spirit Temple, Part I (Young Link) Spirit Temple Interlude Dungeon VIII: The Spirit Temple, Part II (Adult Link) Dungeon VII: The Shadow Temple ——– Part IV The last part of the game is always the game’s final dungeon: Ganon’s Tower.
Therefore, the first part of ANY game progression always follows this chapter order: Kokiri Forest Dungeon I: Inside the Deku Tree Hyrule Castle Lon Lon Ranch and the Lost Woods Kakariko Village Death Mountain Dungeon II: Dodongo’s Cavern Return to Death Mountain and Hyrule Castle Zora River, Zora’s Domain, Lake Hylia and Gerudo Valley Dungeon III: Inside Jabu-Jabu’s Belly Happy Mask Trading Sidequest (optional) Finishing Up Childhood Return to Lon Lon Ranch and Kakariko Village Biggoron Sword Trading Sidequest (optional) ——– Step II However, from there you have some flexibility. Introduction The chapters in this guide’s walkthrough follows the “preferred progression” for the game, and is written in such a way that it assumes that you have items that are covered in previous chapters, and do not have items that appear in future chapters.
The best way to get it is to ride west from the entrance to Kokiri Forest, straight for the gray stone near the crossroads of the Y-Shaped road (the road is easily recognizable on the map). The simplest way to make this is to do a one piece tunic. Step III Once you have finished any one of these five progressions, then you can go to either the Shadow Temple or the Spirit Temple. Once you have all five of the Silver Rupees, the door in the rear of the room will unseal itself.