Goal: High ledge in Windmill Time Period: Young Link OR Adult Link Requires: Nothing; Boomerang Optional As Young Link, use the Boomerang to grab the Piece of Heart from the ledge. Found: On top of tower in center of town Time Period: Young Link ONLY Time of Day: Nighttime ONLY Requires: Fairy Slingshot OR Boomerang Look high on the ladder leading up to the top of the tower, and you’ll see the Gold Skulltula.
It essentially replaces the Fairy Slingshot as soon as you get it, but still isn’t used much since you are practically to the Adult Link part of the game when you first obtain it, and Adult Link can’t use it. Jabu-Jabu’s Belly is easily the game’s strangest and most unorthodox dungeons, and contains some of the first truly “difficult” puzzles in the game (though it’s nothing compared to the puzzles that appear in Master Quest). You’ll probably use it exactly zero times in your entire quest.
Stun the Gerudo closest to this door with an arrow (you can use the Longshot if you run out of arrows, but it doesn’t stun the guards for nearly as long), then quickly jump down from the window sill and into the door before the Gerudo recovers. Drop down the pit, and start heading up the ramp. Drop a bomb between the two boulders against the wall, and the wall will explode open revealing a massive cave opening. Drop Ruto, and kill the Shaboms in the hallway with Deku Nuts. Inside Jabu-Jabu’s Belly – Pit Room Take a few steps into the room, and you’ll find Princess Ruto, safe and sound. Pick up Ruto, then run into the hall.
Go through it. 3 New Dungeon Item: Small Key Run down the hall. Capture the fairy in an empty bottle if you have one, then jump down back into the pit. You have two choices on gathering the Silver Rupees in the room: one, you can try to use the Longshot targets in the room to pull yourself into the rupees, or you can alternate between the Iron Boots and the Kokiri Boots to get them.