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From Log Boy's room, go north. Ignore the staircase - it's where you'll be exiting from if the Moldorm knocks you into one of his pits. He's the Nightmare in this particular dungeon, and the fancily adorned door at the top of the screen should alert you that you are near him.

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When it blows feathers at you, defend with the shield. If you get blown off, you'll have to restart the battle. After the Evil Eagle is vanquished, return to the screen with the staircase leading to the tower's top and jump off to the right. Go into the door and claim the Organ of Evening Calm!

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I choose blue. In the game with the secret ending, it helps to be a bit cautious, I suppose. Plus, the blue mail is more all-around practical. The red one is only useful for killing enemies, and they die quickly enough already, for me.

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Overview Title Screen. The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening DX is an enhanced re-release of The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening.The game was released for the Game Boy Color in 1998 and features Link getting stranded on Koholint Island where he discovers that he must awaken the Wind Fish if he ever wants to go home.. In order to awaken the Wind Fish and get off of Koholint Island, Link has ...

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The dream made Link think of the rumours that had circulated since Agahnim's promotion. Scuttlebutt said that Agahnim had the Hylian Army under some kind of hypnotic spell, using them to kidnap young girls from their homes for strange magical experiments in Hyrule Castle's tower.

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The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past / Four Swords – FAQ/Walkthrough ... there will be one building immediately in sight -- the library (it's just a bit to the west). Step inside and you should see a weird green book sitting conspicuously atop a shelf. ... , go in. This is the second-most hallowed grove in existence (the most hallowed is ...

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The Apple Tree. Setting up StreetPass for the first time spawns an apple tree west of Link's house. This can be useful for the challenge with the green apple and it's also one of the many locations, where you might meet a Shadow Link.

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For The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past / Four Swords on the Game Boy Advance, a GameFAQs Q&A question titled "Where can I find (Bombs)?".

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The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past revives the classic SNES game on the Game Boy Advance and adds a new multiplayer mode. In a Link to the Past, Link travels between the light world and the dark world, conquering fierce monsters and uncovering Hyrule's deepest secrets along the way.

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To get the flute ,you need to first get the shovel.The shovel is given to you by a little creature sitting on a stump in the dark world.The stump is located in a huge alcove of trees near the pyramid of power.

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{INT} Subsection I.2 : Introduction ***** This FAQ is intended for players who have already finished this game (The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, for the SNES) and want to try new things. It contains major spoilers and I consider that the player is already familiar with most names and normal game events.

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Having 13 hearts, no refills and wearing the Green Mail kills you before you can make your way through the cave. I die while I'm lifting the stone block. - You only need to spend 710 rupees in the game: 500 for the flippers, 10 for Kiki to follow you, 100 for Kiki to open the Dark Palace, and 100 to buy the Big Bomb.

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For The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past on the Super Nintendo, a GameFAQs message board topic titled "1/4 magic meter." - Page 2.

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Overview Familiar place, brand new adventure. The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds is the first all-new Zelda title for the Nintendo 3DS and the first major Zelda game to be released in the west significantly earlier than in Japan. The game was developed by Nintendo EAD and released on November 22, 2013 in the west and on December 26, 2013 in Japan.

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Appendix Pay Rupees. Sometimes there is a danger in exploring too much. There are certain places where if you open a secret passage and enter, you'll be forced to pay a 20-Rupee fine for damages.

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Open it for a Stray Fairy (7/15) and then use a Deku Stick to lit up all of the torches in this room, using the only lit one as a start and running along the wall. Its easier to run counter-clockwise because you hold the stick slightly to the left, so you can just run past the torch to lit them.

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Open it for a Stray Fairy (8/15) and then use a Deku Stick to lit up all of the torches in this room, using the only lit one as a start and running along the wall. Its easier to run counter-clockwise because you hold the stick slightly to the left, so you can just run past the torch to lit them.

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Feel free to e-mail me with any additions to these sections in case I overlooked some :oD Added secret rupee chests from FAQs to Secrets as well to make a nice little list :oD Added FOLLOW-UP to FAQ on combining Chus Added FAQ on changing daytime to nighttime & vice versa Added secret on Yeto/Yeta snowboarding race mini-game Added FOLLOW-UP to ...

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For The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages on the Game Boy Color, FAQ/Walkthrough by Kirby021591.

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The Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time FAQ/Walkthrough Version 1.2 (01/20/99) Jr Pikachu [email protected] Version 1.2: Scrapped the old FAQ design, completely rewrote the whole thing.

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This is my guide for The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker. I hope you enjoy it, it will have as much heart put into it as my previous Zelda guides. Like my others, this guide will feature a main walkthrough detailing how to finish the game with everything collected, a Spoiler-Free Walkthrough as a side, and numerous sections detailing all the ...

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Central – This memory is located by a slanted rock on the western side of Lake Kolomo, just north of the end of the path leading to the lake and directly north of the marker for the Oman Au Shrine on the Great Plateau. In fact, you can paraglide down from the wall just behind the Oman Au Shrine on the Great Plateau to a location very close to ...

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This guide was designed to be viewed using a "fixed-width" font like: * Consolas * Courier * Courier New <-- GOOD * Fixedsys * Lucida Console <-- BEST This whole guide fits within the exact width of 79 characters, as required by GameFAQs.com (because it will print the exact width of 8.5x13" standard printing paper).

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By Ron Dulin Design by Katie Bush. The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker is another great installment in Nintendo's highly-acclaimed franchise. You'll assume the role of a young boy setting out on a ...

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The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess Walkthrough GameSpot's Walkthrough to Twilight Princess has a full walkthrough, with videos for each boss fight, as well as a list of all the Pieces of Heart ...

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lots of people have beat it w/ just the green mail; look up a minimalist run some time. they only beat the game w/ what's required *level 2 sword, level 1 mail, etc* "Beat me up, beat me down to the ground; I'm sure I deserved it."

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I chose the Blue Mail because the Koholint Sword gave me extra attack so it made sense to boost my defence. Plus -- on a purely shallow level -- I prefer blue as a colour! User Info: darkness1018

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Astral Chain by far. Don’t get me wrong, I really like Link’s Awakening, but Astral Chain is my personal GotY. The visuals, story, world, charm, and especially the combat system add up to make a truly fantastic game in my opinion.

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I'm playing the first Zelda game for NES and I just got the bow, how do I equip it? The bombs, when I got them automatically equiped. When I go to the start menu I can see the bow, but I can't ...

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i used to have several accounts i used for role playing games here. still have them but dont log into them, they are super easy to make with 5 minute mail pokemon y fc: 2681 3067 3018 mine-fighting type meinfoo/panchem/riolu

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For The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time on the Nintendo 64, a GameFAQs Q&A question titled "Where can I find the Mail man?".

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For The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild on the Nintendo Switch, a GameFAQs message board topic titled "Beauty in silence".

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For The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild on the Nintendo Switch, a GameFAQs message board topic titled "10,000 rupees for great fairy".

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the_rowan posted... All food made with five ingredients sells for 2.8x the sum of the sell prices of the ingredients used, rounded up to the next multiple of 10.

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