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it and the energy goes into her. Oshus suddenly appears and says

that she just gained all of her lost memory back! She will

remember everything now, so head back to the bottom floor and

the stairway will collapse.

She says to focus your power on the Phantom Sphere she is going

to release. She’ll release an orange sphere. Get it, and then

she’ll say to tap the hourglass icon at the bottom, and draw an

hourglass shape like a figure-eight. Do what she says, and do

NOT draw it too big. Draw it like you’re drawing an 8. If you

did it right, the time will stop, along with Bellum, who is

floating above you. If he’s moved down a bit, then quickly run

over to him and attack his eye as much as you can. When the time

resumes, Ciela will create another Phantom Sphere after a few

seconds. Grab it and repeat the process, and eventually Bellum

will finally go down.

 

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Bellum (Ghost Ship)

Found: The Sea

Boss Strategy: This fight is actually rather simple. There are eyes on the ship

which you must destroy with the cannon. Bellum will shoot out

energy balls from his eyes, which can also be destroyed with the

cannon. Look on the top screen to see how many eyes are left,

along with where they are. This fight can get ugly after awhile,

though, because Bellum will shoot about three energy balls at

you at once. Regardless, just keep shooting the eyes and the

energy balls, and eventually you will win.

 

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Bellum (Dark Phantom)

Found: Ghost Ship

Boss Strategy: Get ready for the final fight against a possessed Linebeck!

Ciela will tell you that Bellum is the target, which is on the

back of Linebeck’s body. He moves really slow, so stay far away

from him and Ciela will give you a Phantom Sphere. Grab it and

tap the hourglass icon, then draw the small hourglass again just

like before. The time will stop, so go behind him and try to

attack his closed eye. Ciela will say that there has to be a

point where it opens, so she’ll move his back to the top screen.

Bellum will then snatch Ciela, and then she says to continue

fighting him. Keep attacking him and you’ll have to rub the

Touch Screen to knock him back.

At this point, attack him and Bellum will lose his grip on

Ciela. She’ll give you a Phantom Sphere now. Take it and tap the

hourglass icon, then wait until the eye on his back opens. Draw

the hourglass now to freeze time, then run behind him and attack

him. You simply have to keep repeating this. He will start

attacking you by spinning around at you, so be careful. To avoid

it, run around in the direction he’s not spinning in. Repeat the

same process above until you defeat Bellum for good.

 

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VI. Side Quests

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In this section, I will list all of the side quests in the game, along with

info about how to do them and such.

 

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Romantic Fishing

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To start off this side quest, sail to Bannan Island at the Northwestern Sea.

Make sure you have the Boomerang. Once you arrive at the island, enter the

building to the north, which is the Old Wayfarer’s house. Talk to him inside,

and he’ll tell you about a mermaid. He says it only appears when there are no

monsters. Go outside and defeat every enemy you can find, then look around all

parts of the water until you find a mermaid. If you get close to her, she will

move to a different location of the water. Don’t get too close to her, then

target her with the Boomerang and throw it. You will hit her head. Apologize to

her, then she’ll go and visit the Old Wayfarer. Go back to him and talk to him,

then go to Linebeck and talk to him next.

Go back to the Old Wayfarer’s house and the disguised mermaid will be in the

pool. Talk to the Old Wayfarer and he’ll give you a Fishing Rod. You must now

catch three types of fish. Check the Collection screen (press Select) to see

which ones you’ll need to catch, then catch them out at sea and talk to the Old

Wayfarer after you catch each one. After you give all three to him, he will

tell you to go catch a certain fish. Catch it and take it to him, and then

catch the last one he tells you to and give it to him. He considers you a true

romantic fisherman now, and gives you a Heart Container for your efforts.

 

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Jolene’s Letter

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You must do part of the above side quest first. You must at least get the fake

mermaid in the Old Wayfarer’s house. After a certain point in the game, you

will get a letter from Jolene. It wasn’t intended to be delivered to you,

however, but to her sister Joanne. The postman asks you to deliver it to her

sister yourself, then he gives it to you. Go to Molida Island and enter the Old

Wayfarer’s house, then talk to the mermaid. This is really Joanne. You can tell

that she’s Jolene’s sister by her face. She will read the letter, then reward

you for it by giving you a Courage Gem.

 

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The Trading Sequence

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After getting all four Sea Charts, make your way to the Northeastern Sea (you

have to sail to the Southeastern Sea first, then directly up to get there).

Sail to the Traveler’s Ship there, and once you board the ship, you will have

to fight some Octoroks and a fish knight. Defeat them and attempt to leave the

ship, then a man called the Man of Smiles will come down. Talk to him again

when he finishes talking, and tell him you want something mysterious. He will

give you the Hero’s New Clothes, then he’ll give you a Treasure Map along with

it. Now, go to the Northwestern Sea next, and go to the Traveler’s Ship there.

Talk to the weird guy there and give him the clothes, and in return he’ll give

you the Telescope. It’s really just a kaleidoscope, though.

Go to the Southeastern Sea and enter the Traveler’s Ship. Talk to the man on

the southwest, the only person without a telescope. Give the telescope to him

and he’ll give you a Guard Notebook. Go to the Southwestern Sea and go to the

Traveler’s Ship, then clear out all of the monsters. The guy playing dead on

the ground will then get up. After his speech, talk to him again and give him

the Guard Notebook. In return, he’ll give you the Wood Heart. Make your way

back to the Southeastern Sea again (this is getting boring, huh?), and you’ll

see that there are two Traveler’s Ships. One has the Old Wayfarer on it. Board

it and talk to him, then give him the Wood Heart (talk to him twice). After he

scolds you, he’ll thank you.

Attempt to leave, and he’ll tell you that there’s a treasure chest in his house

for you to open. Exit the boat now and sail to the Northeastern Sea, then to

the Traveler’s Ship. Defeat all of the monsters again to save the Man of Smiles

once more. Talk to him twice and he’ll give you a Prize Postcard. With this, go

up to a mailbox and you can put the postcard in there. Later, you can come back

to a mailbox and get prizes. Go to Bannan Island and enter the Old Wayfarer’s

house. Inside, open the chest which contains a Swordsman’s Scroll. You now have

the Great Spin Attack. To do it, do a spin attack three times in a row. Then,

you’ll spin with an orange beam around you, and you can move around as well!

 

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VII. Item List

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In this section, I will list all of the items in the game, along with info

about what they do and such.

 

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Main Items

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Boomerang

Location: Temple of Fire

Description: The Boomerang is a basic weapon. When you take it out, you have to

draw a path you want the Boomerang to take. You can even make it

spin around in circles over and over if you want to. This weapon

can also be used to kill enemies.

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Bomb

Location: Temple of Wind

Description: When you first get these, you’ll get a Bomb Bag along with it. You

can only carry up to 10 Bombs until you get a bigger Bomb Bag.

These are used to blow up certain walls, and they’re also required

for certain enemies and one boss. When you take a bomb out, the

fuse isn’t lit until you throw or place it somewhere.

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Bow & Arrow

Location: Temple of Courage

Description: Everyone knows what the Bow & Arrow is. It’s a ranged weapon that

shoots arrows (obviously). You aim by moving the stylus in a

direction on the Touch Screen, and the aiming is really precise in

this game. This weapon can shoot eyes on walls and some enemies.

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Bombchu

Location: Goron Temple

Description: Bombchus are just like regular bombs, only you draw the path it

moves in, making these very useful. They are shaped like mice and

even have eyes like them, and they can crawl through crawlspaces

to hit switches you couldn’t normally hit.

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Grappling Hook

Found: Temple of Ice

Description: This item has returned from The Wind Waker, and it’s still as

useful as ever. It can be used to grapple yourself to poles to

cross gaps, and you can even target two poles next to each other,

then throw it to make a tightrope. You can cross the tightrope, or

you can use it to catapult yourself onto higher ledges. You can

also pull yourself over to chests.

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Hammer

Location: Mutoh’s Temple

Description: Hammers have been in many Zelda games in different forms, and in

this game it’s just an orange hammer. However, looks can be really

deceiving. When you have the Hammer out, tap anywhere you want and

it will hit in that spot. You can catapult yourself onto other

ledges by standing on a board with footprints, then by tapping the

small pillar with the Hammer out to hit it. Hold the stylus down

on the Touch Screen to charge it up, then when it’s charged all

the way, release it to do a big, powerful smash.

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Shovel

Location: Molida Island

Description: Pretty much the most useless item in the game. It’s required in a

few places, but all it does is dig out spots in the ground. You

can dig anywhere you want, although most of the time you either

won’t find anything, or just a simple Green Rupee. You can dig up

closed dirt patches to reveal wind gusts, and you can also dig up

cracks in the ground to dig up something like a Big Green Rupee.

Sometimes you’ll find holes in random spots in the ground.

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Oshus’s Sword

Location: Mercay Island

Description: Your first sword. You get it from Oshus’s storehouse on Mercay

Island, and Oshus decides to let you keep it even though you got

it without his permission. You’ll be using this sword up until

before you fight Bellum.

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Phantom Sword

Location: Zauz’s Island

Description: This is the ultimate sword, and the only sword capable of slaying

the evil phantom, Bellum. After you get past the fourth dungeon,

you have to go to Zauz’s Island, and Zauz will tell you that you

have to find three Pure Metals to forge the Phantom Sword. After

you find them all and get the sword forged, you have to take it to

Oshus to give it a hilt, then the legendary sword is born.

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Red Potion

Location: Various Areas

Description: You will find Red Potions in the island shops in the game, and

also from random chests in random places. Using this potion

restores a total of six hearts.

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Blue Potion

Location: Various Areas

Description: You will find Blue Potions in the island shops in the game, and

also from random chests in random places. Using this potion

restores a total of six hearts.

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Purple Potion

Location: Various Areas

Description: This is the rarest out of the four potions, next to the Gold

Potion. When you find this, don’t use it, because if you die, you

will automatically be revived with eight hearts restored.

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Gold Potion

Location: Various Areas

Description: This is another rare potion, but they can be found in shops too.

However, they’re expensive. Using this potion restores all hearts.

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Collection Items

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Sun Key

Location: The Sea

Description: Once you imprint the green crest onto your Sea Chart, you can use

the Salvage Arm to pull this up from the bottom of the sea. It is

used on the Sun Door on Molida Island.

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Ghost Key

Location: Ghost Ship

Description: After you defeat the Diabolical Cubus Sisters, the last sister

leaves this key behind. It is used to gain access to the room

where Tetra is (she’s a statue).

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King’s Key

Location: Doylan’s Temple

Description: On the Isle of Ruins, you’ll get this key from King Doylan. It is

used to drain the water of the island, allowing you to explore the

rest of it.

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Regal Necklace

Location: Isle of the Dead

Description: You’ll find this in a tomb on the Isle of the Dead. It is required

to get, because it makes the big cyclone blocking the Isle of

Ruins go away.

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Other Items

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Pink Coral

Location: Various Areas

Description: Coral, polished to a shine. It’s an object to be admired!

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Pearl Necklace

Location: Various Areas

Description: Pure white pearls, strung together into a stunning necklace.

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Dark Pearl Necklace

Location: Various Areas

Description: Rare dark pearls, strung into a jaw-dropping necklace.

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Zora Scale

Location: Various Areas

Description: It’s said that a Zora dropped this rare and sparkling scale!

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Goron Amber

Location: Various Areas

Description: This tasty Goron treat is valuable because it contains a bug!

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Ruto Crown

Location: Various Areas

Description: Some say this regal crown was worn by a princess of a Zora.

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Helmaroc Plume

Location: Various Areas

Description: This flamboyant feather was dropped by a Helmaroc Bird.

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Regal Ring

Location: Various Areas

Description: A princely ring handed down among royal generations.

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VIII. Heart Containers

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In this section, I will list all of the Heart Containers in the game, along

with information about how to find them and such. In this game, there are no

Pieces of Heart; only Heart Containers. And unlike the other Zelda games, on

your ninth heart, you get to the second row of hearts (it’s usually on your

eleventh). Anyway, the list is below.

 

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Heart Container #1

Location: Temple of Fire

How To Find: This is gotten from a chest after defeating Blaaz.

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Heart Container #2

Location: Temple of Wind

How To Find: This is gotten from a chest after defeating Cyclok.

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Heart Container #3

Location: Temple of Courage

How To Find: This is gotten from a chest after defeating Crayk.

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Heart Container #4

Location: Ghost Ship

How To Find: This is gotten from a chest after defeating the Diabolical Cubus

Sisters.

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Heart Container #5

Location: Goron Temple

How To Find: This is gotten from a chest after defeating Dodorongo.

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Heart Container #6

Location: Temple of Ice

How To Find: This is gotten from a chest after defeating Gleeok.

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Heart Container #7

Location: Mutoh’s Temple

How To Find: This is gotten from a chest after defeating Eox.

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Heart Container #8

Location: Any Shop

How To Find: Buy the Power Gem from a shop, then the quiver, then the Bombchu

Bag. Finally, the next big item to be on sale in the shops will be

a Heart Container for 2000 Rupees.

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Heart Container #9

Location: Beedle’s Masked Ship

How To Find: Depending on the current time on your Nintendo DS, you may or may

not sometimes see a Beedle with a golden helmet on. Sail to it if

you see it at any part of the sea (it’s the Masked Ship), then he

will have a Heart Container on sale for 1500 Rupees.

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Heart Container #10

Location: Bannan Island

How To Find: Go to the Bannan Island and talk to the Old Wayfarer. He will tell

you about a mermaid. Go outside and wipe out all of the enemies,

then a mermaid will appear out of random parts of the water. Don’t

get too close to her, then throw the Boomerang at her to hit her.

Go back to the Old Wayfarer, then talk to Linebeck. Talk to the

Old Wayfarer again, then the mermaid will be in his house. Talk to

him again to get the Fishing Rod, then press Select to go to the

Collection screen. Catch the fish in the sea shown on that screen,

and talk to the Old Wayfarer each time you catch one of them.

After you’ve caught all three, the Old Wayfarer will give you the

Big Catch Lure as a reward. He’ll then want you to catch the

Rusty Swordfish. Once you catch it, talk to him again and the next

fish he’ll want you to catch will be Neptoona. You can tell where

it’s at in the sea by seeing a swordfish icon on the map. Catch it

and take it to the Old Wayfarer. As a reward for catching all of

those fish, he gives you a Heart Container.

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Heart Container #11

Location: The Sea

How To Find: Go to the Northwestern Sea and sail to the only Traveler’s Ship on

the map. This is a boat that resembles the King of the Red Lions

from The Wind Waker. On the boat, talk to the man and agree to all

of the stuff he says, then you’ll have to fight with him. Each

time you hit him, you must leave the boat and come back. Keep

doing this until he tells you to get 100 hits on him. As a reward

for doing so, you get a Heart Container.

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Heart Container #12

Location: Maze Island

How To Find: At the Northwestern Sea, go to the Maze Island. Play the maze game

and win it on all difficulties to get the Heart Container.

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Heart Container #13

Location: Molida Island

How To Find: After getting the Sun Key, travel to Molida Island and go back to

Romano. He will let you play an archery mini-game, where you must

shoot ghosts as targets to earn points. However, the shooting is

much different in the mini-game. For getting 1700 or more points,

you’ll get another quiver. After that, score 2000 points to get

the Heart Container. See the Mini-Games section for information on

how to play the game.

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IX. Ship Parts

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In this section, I will list all of the ship parts in the game, along with a

good equipment setup for your ship. New to the Zelda series is the addition of

ship parts, which you get to add to your ship. Ever notice how your ship only

has four hearts of health by default? That can change. With the right setup of

parts, the health of your ship will increase. You can have up to eight hearts

max. You will find different ship parts in chests scattered throughout areas

and dungeons, and you can even find some in the bottom of the sea. However,

some ship parts are completely random, so I will not be able to list the

locations of the parts. There are also Gold Ship Parts, which are really rare.

Sometimes you will be able to buy parts from shops on the islands.

You can even sometimes buy Gold Ship Parts from shops. You will find these the

same way you do normal ones: at completely random spots from random chests.

They’re very rare, though, and the best way to get one is probably via a trade

on Wi-Fi. People will not be willing to trade a golden part for a crappy one,

though, so be warned. If you have four parts of the same set, your ship will

have five hearts. If you have six parts of the same set, you’ll have six, and

if you have eight parts of the same set, you’ll have seven. Finally, if you

have all eight golden parts attached to your ship, you’ll have eight. Good luck

with finding them all; you’ll need it. Before I give you information on the

good setups, however, I’ll list a description of all ship parts.

To attach a part onto your ship or to remove one from it, go to Mercay Island

and enter the Shipyard located slightly north of your ship. Inside, talk to the

pirate and he’ll let you customize your ship. If your Salvage Arm is damaged at

all, he will offer to fix it for a fee of 20 Rupees. With all of that said,

here’s the list of ship parts below, along with setups following after them.

 

Ship Parts

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Prows

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Passable Prow

Price: N/A

Description: An average prow that came equipped on the S.S. Linebeck.

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Bell Prow

Price: Varies

Description: The bell doesn’t chime, but it gives the prow a nice look.

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Drill Prow

Price: Varies

Description: Broken, and nobody in the world has the parts to fix it.

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Mermaid Prow

Price: Varies

Description: The design was based on eyewitness accounts!

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Log Prow

Price: Varies

Description: Made with waterproof lumber, so it’s surprisingly valuable.

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Demon Prow

Price: Varies

Description: A prow adorned with a scowling demon. Very…intense.


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Tropical Prow
Price: Varies

Description: A prow made with swaying palm trees in mind. No coconuts.

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Tourist Prow
Price: Varies

Description: A prow made for those looking for romance of the sea!

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Golden Prow
Price: 1500 Rupees

Description: An extravagant prow that uses an expensive golden pot.

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Normal Anchor
Price: N/A

Description: The S.S. Linebeck came equipped with this average anchor.

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Bell Anchor
Price: Varies

Description: A modern, bell-shaped anchor. Ironically, it doesn’t ring.

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Iron Anchor
Price: Varies

Description: An iron-spiked anchor that can secure a ship in any storm.

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Ancient Anchor
Price: Varies

Description: An anchor shaped from the mold of an ancient statue.

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Swim Ring
Price: Varies

Description: It is what it is… No one knows if it works as an anchor.

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Sickle Anchor
Price: Varies

Description: An anchor made in the image of an evil sickle. Scary!

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Shell Anchor
Price: Varies

Description: An anchor made from a shell. Girls go wild for it!

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Weighty Anchor
Price: Varies

Description: A three-pronged anchor. No frills, but it gets the job done.

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Gem Anchor
Price: Varies

Description: An anchor patterned after a gem. A sure hit with celebrities.

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Hulls
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Standard Hull
Price: N/A

Description: The original hull of the S.S. Linebeck. Nothing special.

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Bright Hull
Price: Varies

Description: A modified hull from a standard ship with a fancy yellow spot.

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Iron Hull
Price: Varies

Description: Looks strong and heavy. Too bad it’s neither.

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Stone Hull
Price: Varies

Description: A hull that looks like an ancient stronghold. The deck is so
green!

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Vintage Hull
Price: Varies

Description: A worn, rugged hull with a manly, burly style of its own.

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Demon Ship
Price: Varies

Description: A scary ship said to ferry the foulest of evils.

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Tropical Ship
Price: Varies

Description: A themed ship with the appeal of a private tropical oasis.

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Dignified Ship
Price: Varies

Description: A hull with a very serious red and black paint scheme.

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Golden Hull
Price: 1500 Rupees

Description: A hull that delivers an experience in pure extravagance.

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Cannons
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Eddo’s Cannon
Price: 50 Rupees

Description: A cannon bought from Eddo for the high price of 50 Rupees.

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Artistic Cannon
Price: Varies

Description: A cannon with a truly avant-garde design. Catches the eye!

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Strong Cannon
Price: Varies

Description: Very functional, but it’s not very different from the other
cannons.

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Ancient Cannon
Price: Varies

Description: A cannon surrounded with the glory of an ancient age.

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Meager Cannon
Price: Varies

Description: Looks like it could break easily, but it’s sturdier than it
appears.

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Fear Cannon
Price: Varies

Description: Some suspect that it can fire cannonballs of pure malice.

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Seapony Cannon
Price: Varies

Description: A seahorse-shaped cannon. Very fairytale-like, but it’s powerful.

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Red Cannon
Price: Varies

Description: Looks complex, but it’s easy to use. The professional standard.

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Golden Cannon
Price: 1500 Rupees

Description: The perfectly designed cannon. Truly the gold standard.

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Handrails
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Simple Handrail
Price: N/A

Description: The handrail that came stock on Linebeck’s ship.

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Arch Handrail
Price: Varies

Description: It draws attention for its playful and ornate design.

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Chain Handrail
Price: Varies

Description: A handrail forged with hefty chains so it won’t break easily.

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Pillar Handrail
Price: Varies

Description: Made from pillars of exotic ruins. It was recently discovered.

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Worn Handrail
Price: Varies

Description: In dire need of repair, but its design adds a lot of flavor.

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Spiked Handrail
Price: Varies

Description: A handrail made of sharp thorns. Actually not a handrail at all.

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Wood Handrail
Price: Varies

Description: A very basic handrail. Sometimes the basics are the best!

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Utility Handrail
Price: Varies

Description: A handrail that works even in violently churning seas.

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Golden Handrail
Price: 1500 Rupees

Description: Note the elegant curve and design. A true masterpiece!

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Bridges
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Steady Bridge
Price: N/A

Description: The original bridge of Linebeck’s ship. It’s a common style.

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Restful Cabin
Price: Varies

Description: Soothing design offers an escape from the stress of battle.

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Conning Tower
Price: Varies

Description: A bridge designed for those engaged in battle day after day.

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Peaceful Bridge
Price: Varies

Description: With its temple-like serenity, it offers peace and comfort.

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Barrel Shack
Price: Varies

Description: A modest design for the enviromentally conscious!

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Demon Prison
Price: Varies

Description: A prison designed to cage the foulest villians!

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Shell Apartment
Price: Varies

Description: Top creature comforts combined with the smell of ocean air.

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Practical Bridge
Price: Varies

Description: Created for those who live their years on the high seas.

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Golden Bridge
Price: 1500 Rupees

Description: A bridge for royalty. The interior is also gold and the bed is
super-fluffy.

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Chimneys
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Normal Chimney
Price: N/A

Description: The normal chimney that came with Linebeck’s ship.

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Elegant Chimney
Price: Varies

Description: A simple shape, but something about it is so enticing.

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Parasol Chimney
Price: Varies

Description: A chimney made of iron. Caution: gets very hot when used!

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Stone Chimney
Price: Varies

Description: A chimney once used by a bread baker. Smells fresh-baked!

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Strange Chimney
Price: Varies

Description: Looks a little like garbage, but that’s its main appeal.

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Demon Chimney
Price: 800 Rupees

Description: This chimney is said to have been attached to a pot used for
boiling lava!

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Horn Chimney
Price: Varies

Description: An artistic chimney filled with rustic charm.

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Tall Chimney
Price: Varies

Description: Towering over the horizon, all chimneys aspire to its glory.

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Golden Chimney
Price: 1500 Rupees

Description: A simply chimney, but its surfaces gleam mysteriously.

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Wheels
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Normal Wheel
Price: N/A

Description: The paddle that came stock on Linebeck’s ship. It…works!

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Paddling Wheel
Price: Varies

Description: A wheel with bent paddles. It steams your ship along!

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Battle Wheel
Price: Varies

Description: A wheel rumored to have been made from a battleship screw.

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Stone Wheel
Price: Varies

Description: Legend says it was made from a giant’s table, but no one knows for
sure.

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Simple Wheel
Price: Varies

Description: The number of wheels was cut to four to simplify it.

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Insect Wheel
Price: Varies

Description: A wheel made from the hollow shell of a red insect. Ewww!

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Shell Paddle
Price: Varies

Description: Aesthetic design made from an ancient spiral shell.

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Red Wheel
Price: Varies

Description: A wheel with nothing special. That is what draws many to it.

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Golden Wheel
Price: 1500 Rupees

Description: The skilled craftsman’s love can be seen in the details.

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Ship Setups
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Standard (Default) Set
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Passable Prow
Normal Anchor
Standard Hull
Eddo’s Cannon
Simple Handrail
Steady Bridge
Normal Chimney
Normal Wheel

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Bright Set
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Bell Prow
Bell Anchor
Bright Hull
Artistic Cannon
Arch Handrail
Restful Cabin
Elegant Chimney
Padding Wheel

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Iron Set
——–

Drill Prow
Iron Anchor
Iron Hull
Strong Cannon
Chain Handrail
Conning Tower
Parasol Chimney
Battle Wheel

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Stone Set
———

Mermaid Prow
Ancient Anchor
Stone Hull
Ancient Cannon
Pillar Handrail
Peaceful Bridge
Stone Chimney
Stone Wheel

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Vintage Set
———–

Log Prow
Swim Ring
Vintage Hull
Meager Cannon
Worn Handrail
Barrel Shack
Strange Chimney
Simple Wheel

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Demon Set
———

Demon Prow
Sickle Anchor
Demon Ship
Fear Cannon
Spiked Handrail
Demon Prison
Demon Chimney
Insect Wheel

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Tropical Set
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Tropical Prow
Shell Anchor
Tropical Ship
Seapony Cannon
Wood Handrail
Shell Apartment
Horn Chimney
Shell Paddle

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Dignified Set
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Tourist Prow
Weighty Anchor
Dignified Ship
Red Cannon
Utility Handrail
Practical Bridge
Tall Chimney
Red Wheel

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Golden Set
———-

Golden Prow
Gem Anchor
Golden Hull

Golden Cannon

Golden Handrail

Golden Bridge

Golden Chimney

Golden Wheel

 

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======================

X. Equipment Upgrades

======================

In this section, I will list all of the equipment capacity upgrades, along with

information about how to find them and such. In order to be able to get an

upgrade for an item, you must first own that item.

 

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Bomb Bags

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Bomb Bag Upgrade #1

Location: Beedle’s Shop Ship

How To Find: Enter any Beedle Ship out on the sea, and Beedle will have a Bomb

Bag on sale for 1000 Rupees.

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Bomb Bag Upgrade #2

Location: Bannan Island

How To Find: Head into the cave to the east on Bannan Island. Inside, run to

the end of the path and blow up the wall there, then continue

outside. Play the Cannon Game by talking to the guy there, then

score 2500 points or more to get the second Bomb Bag.

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Quivers

——-

 

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Quiver Upgrade #1

Location: Any Island Shop

How To Find: Go to the shop of any island, then buy the Power Gem. Exit and

reenter the shop, and a Quiver will be on sale for 1000 Rupees.

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Quiver Upgrade #2

Location: Molida Island

How To Find: Once Romano’s hut has been turned into the archery mini-game, play

the game and score 1700 or more points to get a Quiver.

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Bombchu Bags

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Bombchu Bag Upgrade #1

Location: Any Island Shop

How To Find: Enter the shop of any island, then buy the Power Gem and the

Quiver if you haven’t already. The item to replace the Quiver is a

Bombchu Bag, which is on sale for 2000 Rupees.

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Bombchu Bag Upgrade #2

Location: Dee Ess Island

How To Find: After you clear the Temple of Ice, go to the Dee Ess island, which

is obviously shaped like a Nintendo DS. To find it, head to the

southernmost part of the Southeastern Sea. Dock there and play the

Goron Game. Finish the course in under 35 seconds to get the

Bombchu Bag upgrade.

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XI. Gem Locations

==================

In this section, I will list the locations of the Power, Wisdom, and Courage

Gems in the game. These are also known as Spirit Gems. What are their use, you

ask? Well, south of Molida Island is a hidden island known as the Spirit

Island. There, you can trade in your Spirit Gems to gain new abilities for

Link, which can be really useful. There are 20 of each gem, To find the Spirit

Island, sail south of Molida Island to locate a hidden island by the three-rock

formation.

 

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Power Gems

———-

When you upgrade your sword using the Power Gems, your sword burns with fire

and gets more power.

 

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Power Gem #1

Location: Any Island Shop

How To Find: Go to the shop on any island and buy the gem for 500 Rupees.

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Power Gem #2

Location: Isle of Ember

How To Find: After you beat the Temple of Fire, go back to Astrid’s house and

talk to her. She’ll give you one.

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Power Gem #3

Location: Cannon Island

How To Find: Enter the cave on the island. You’ll find this one behind a wall

of rocks.

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Power Gem #4

Location: Isle of Gust

How To Find: At the southwestern part of the island, dig up the dirt patch and

ride the wind gust. Open the chest to find it.

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Power Gem #5

Location: Temple of Wind

How To Find: Enter the room where there are sand worms that appear if you run.

Head to the western end of the room and you’ll find it.

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Power Gem #6

Location: Mercay Island

How To Find: Once you clear the Temple of Wind, enter Oshus’s house and speak

to him. He will give you the gem. If you wait until near the end

of the game, Oshus won’t be in his house. You’ll have to talk to

the bartender in the local bar of Mercay Island to get the gem.

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Power Gem #7

Location: Mercay Island

How To Find: Make your way to the Temple of the Ocean King, and on the way

there look for a cracked wall. Blow it up with a bomb and head

into the cave, where a chest containing the gem is located.

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Power Gem #8

Location: Temple of the Ocean King

How To Find: On B4, you’ll find a few Phantom Eyes. Defeat them all and a chest

appears, which has a Power Gem inside.

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Power Gem #9

Location: Temple of Courage

How To Find: On 1F, there are two tombstone signs and a wall in between them.

Place a bomb there to blow it up, where you’ll find the gem.

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Power Gem #10

Location: Temple of Courage

How To Find: In the room where there are moving blocks everywhere, take out

your bow to find an eye on the wall. There are two on each side.

Shoot both of them to reveal a chest with the gem inside.

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Power Gem #11

Location: Temple of the Ocean King

How To Find: On B3, head onto the platform where there’s an eye on the wall

across from it. Shoot the eye and a chest will appear, so get it

to find the gem.

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Power Gem #12

Location: Temple of the Ocean King

How To Find: On B7, there is a wooden pole at the northeastern part of the

room. Jump on it and use the Boomerang to target the switch on the

platform to the south, then throw it to hit it. This makes a chest

appear, so quickly run and get it.

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Power Gem #13

Location: Goron Island

How To Find: Once you become an official member of the Goron tribe, make your

way through the maze near the temple. You’ll end up finding a

chest containing the Power Gem.

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Power Gem #14

Location: Isle of Frost

How To Find: After clearing the Temple of Ice, jump onto the pole outside of

the dungeon and climb your way up with the Grappling Hook. Head to

the next area when you reach the top, then follow the path and

grapple to a chest that holds the gem.

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Power Gem #15

Location: Spirit Island

How To Find: Grapple to the pole on the right side of the island. Follow the

path and use the Grappling Hook to reach a chest.

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Power Gem #16

Location: Bannan Island

How To Find: When you dock on the island, head directly south and use the

Grappling Hook on the chest. Open it to find the gem.

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Power Gem #17

Location: Molida Island

How To Find: Enter the cave by Romano’s hut, then follow the path and jump

across the ledges. On the last ledge, look to the south and use

the Grappling Hook on the chest, then open it to find the gem.

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Power Gem #18

Location: Isle of the Dead

How To Find: Inside the hole you had to dig up, enter the northern room upon

dropping into the cave to find the gem in a chest.

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Power Gem #19

Location: Isle of Ruins

How To Find: Once you drain the water of the island, a maze in the southwestern

corner can be found. At the northeastern part of the maze is a

chest with a gem inside.

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Power Gem #20

Location: Any Island

How To Find: Once you get through Mutoh’s Temple, you will receive a letter

from Mutoh a day later according to your DS clock. He will give

you the last Power Gem.

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Wisdom Gems

———–

When you upgrade yourself using the Wisdom Gems, your shield is able to guard

against more attacks, and you don’t take as much damage from enemies.

 

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Wisdom Gem #1

Location: Mercay Island

How To Find: Head towards the Temple of the Ocean King, and bomb the cracked

wall on the way there. Enter the cave and go to the end of it,

then shoot the eye on the wall to extend the bridge. Cross the

bridge and defeat the enemy there, then continue outside. Head up

the stairs and you’ll find Freedle. Go east of him to find a chest

with it inside.

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Wisdom Gem #2

Location: Temple of the Ocean King

How To Find: Head to B2 of the temple, and to the northwestern corner. Place a

bomb and blow up the wall there, then have a Bombchu crawl through

the hole and hit the switch. Open the chest that appears.

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Wisdom Gem #3

Location: Temple of the Ocean King

How To Find: On B9 of the temple, kill all of the invisible enemies that steal

time from you, then a chest appears. It contains the gem.

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Wisdom Gem #4

Location: Isle of Ember

How To Find: After clearing the Temple of Wind, talk to Astrid. She’ll give you

a gem.

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Wisdom Gem #5

Location: Molida Island

How To Find: When you exit the cave and go in the direction of the temple, look

for a cracked part of the ground where you exit the cave. Dig

there to uncover a hole, then drop down it and you’ll be on a

ledge with a chest. Open it to get the Wisdom Gem.

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Wisdom Gem #6

Location: Temple of Courage

How To Find: In the room where you ride the moving blocks, ride them to the end

of the room and look to the left. Target the heart-shaped orb and

throw it until it points up. At this point, shoot an arrow into it

and the arrow will hit an eye on the wall. This makes a chest

containing the gem appear.

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Wisdom Gem #7

Location: Zauz’s Island

How To Find: Right next to Zauz’s house is a Cucco. Lift it and go right, then

jump across to the platform using the Cucco. A chest is here.

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Wisdom Gem #8

Location: Bannan Island

How To Find: Once you get Jolene’s letter from a mailbox, deliver it to Joanne

on Bannan Island in the Old Wayfarer’s house (you must complete

the mermaid side quest first) to get a Wisdom Gem.

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Wisdom Gem #9

Location: Isle of Gust

How To Find: Make your way through the island and enter the first cave. Inside,

open the chest in the middle of the room to find the gem.

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Wisdom Gem #10

Location: Goron Island

How To Find: After you answer all of Biggoron’s questions correctly, he gives

you a Wisdom Gem.

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Wisdom Gem #11

Location: Isle of Frost

How To Find: From your ship, head all the way north (go left of the hill) and

to the next area. Left of the two houses is a chest. Grapple to it

with the Grappling Hook and open it.

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Wisdom Gem #12

Location: Temple of Ice

How To Find: On B1 of the temple, head to the right side and shoot the eye on

the wall to make a chest appear. Go to the southern part of the

right side of the room and use the Grappling Hook to pull the

lever. This melts some ice for a short time, so run to where the

ice was and push the block all the way north, then head right and

into the opening with the chest.

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Wisdom Gem #13

Location: Temple of Ice

How To Find: On 3F of the temple, make your way up the platforms and cross the

ice bridges. You will come across a switch on the left that you

cannot reach. Take out a bomb and throw it there to hit it, which

lowers the blue blocks. Jump down and head up the steps to the

left to reach the chest.

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Wisdom Gem #14

Location: Isle of Ruins

How To Find: After you drain the water on the island, you’ll soon come to a

boulder on a raised ledge. Push that boulder all the way right and

it will roll off, colliding into another boulder. Take that path

and go up into the next area, where a chest is.

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Wisdom Gem #15

Location: Isle of Ruins

How To Find: The water must be drained in order to get this one as well. At the

northwestern part of the island is a cave. Enter it to find a

chest with the Wisdom Gem inside.

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Wisdom Gem #16

Location: Maze Island

How To Find: Start the maze game, then head to the eastern side of it. Place a

bomb south of the chest that’s in a small area to blow up the

wall, then get the chest.

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Wisdom Gem #17

Location: Maze Island

How To Find: This is your prize for clearing the Beginner’s maze.

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Wisdom Gem #18

Location: Beedle’s Shop Ship

How To Find: Enter any of Beedle’s ships on the sea, and buy it for 500 Rupees.

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Wisdom Gem #19

Location: Any Island

How To Find: Play the Cannon Game once, then you’ll get a letter from Salvatore

who will give you the gem.

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Wisdom Gem #20

Location: Any Island

How To Find: After clearing the Temple of Ice, you will receive a letter from

Aroo a day later according to your DS clock. He’ll give you the

last Wisdom Gem.

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Courage Gems

————

When you upgrade your sword using the Courage Gems, beams shoot out from your

sword when you attack, allowing you to hit enemies from a distance with it.

 

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Courage Gem #1

Location: Mercay Island

How To Find: Bomb the cracked wall near the Temple of the Ocean King, then

enter the cave. Follow the path and shoot the eye on the wall to

extend a bridge, then go on that bridge. Make your way up the

steps here, then go to the statue on the platform and hit it. Tap

the statue after that and have it point the laser towards the

Temple of the Ocean King. Go there, plant a bomb by the temple

where the laser is, then enter the cave that appeared. Go to the

center of the bridge inside, then take your Boomerang and look to

the south. Throw it at the switch and a chest will appear, which

has the gem inside.

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Courage Gem #2

Location: Temple of the Ocean King

How To Find: On B1 of the temple, go to the entrance of the room and look for a

wooden pole. Use the Grappling Hook on that pole and another one

nearby to make a tightrope, then get on it and shoot the eye on

the wall. Shoot the chest that appears to get it.

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Courage Gem #3

Location: Temple of the Ocean King

How To Find: On B8 of the temple, put the round-shaped crystal in its pedestal,

along with the triangle-shaped one. This makes a chest appear.

Cross the invisible path at the top platform to reach it.

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Courage Gem #4

Location: Isle of Ember

How To Find: Go to the northwestern part of the island after getting the

Grappling Hook, then use it to reach the chest across from you.

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Courage Gem #5

Location: Temple of Courage

How To Find: In the room where the stairs leading to the boss’s room are, go

behind the stairs and bomb the wall to reach it.

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Courage Gem #6

Location: Molida Island

How To Find: Go directly left from the entrance of the Temple of Courage, then

use the Grappling Hook to reach the platform there.

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Courage Gem #7

Location: Spirit Island

How To Find: From your ship, head over to the right to find a chest with the

gem inside.

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Courage Gem #8

Location: Temple of Wind

How To Find: On B1 of the temple, make your way to the southeastern part of the

room after opening the door there. Ride all of the wind gusts up

to a platform with a chest.

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Courage Gem #9

Location: Isle of Gust

How To Find: Head to the area of the island where you must use the longlasting

wind gust to push you across to the platform. Jump down and bomb

the wall at the dead end to reveal a cave. Inside is a chest.

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Courage Gem #10

Location: Bannan Island

How To Find: Enter the only cave on the island. At the end of the path, use a

bomb to blow up the wall, then follow the path out to the other

side of the island. Go north of Salvatore, the guy by the desk.

Use the Grappling Hook to get on the platform with a chest.


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Courage Gem #11

Location: Uncharted Island

How To Find: To find this island, go to the Northwestern Sea and sail around

the eastern parts of it until you find it. Solve the riddle on the

island and enter the cave, then look around in the first room and

use the Grappling Hook to reach the chest across from you.

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Courage Gem #12

Location: Goron Island

How To Find: Go to the Goron that wanted you to kill the Yellow ChuChus. Near

him is a raised plateau with a boulder. Stand next to the Goron

and use the Grappling Hook on the boulder to reach a chest.

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Courage Gem #13

Location: Dee Ess Island

How To Find: Go to the northern end of the island, then jump down to the pit.

Defeat the enemies to make a chest appear.

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Courage Gem #14

Location: Dee Ess Island

How To Find: On the Touch Screen of the Nintendo DS (on the map, that is), use

the Shovel and dig around the southwestern corner to dig it up.

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Courage Gem #15

Location: Isle of the Dead

How To Find: In the hidden Rupoor area (see the Walkthrough), you’ll find this

one in one of the four chests at the end of the room.

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Courage Gem #16

Location: Isle of Ruins

How To Find: After draining the water of the island, go to the eastern side of

the island. You should locate a chest.

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Courage Gem #17

Location: Mutoh’s Temple

How To Find: In the room where you have to use the Hammer to smash the switches

on each side, do so and let the second moving block carry you

south. Get onto the platform it takes you to and go southwest to

find a chest.

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Courage Gem #18

Location: The Sea

How To Find: You must get ambushed by a pirate ship, but not Jolene. Just sail

towards the ship to get ambushed. Defeat the enemies that appear

in the engine room and you’ll get the gem from Linebeck.

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Courage Gem #19

Location: Masked Ship

How To Find: Change your internal DS clock so that it is between 10:00PM and

12:00AM on weekdays, or 10:00AM to 12:00PM on weekends. Then, you

will find Beedle wearing a golden helmet around one of the areas

of the sea. Board his ship and buy the Courage Gem he sells.

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Courage Gem #20

Location: Any Island

How To Find: After finishing the Goron Temple, you will get a letter from

Gongoron a day after according to your DS clock. He will give you

the last Courage Gem.

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XII. Multiplayer

=================

In this section, I will explain all of the aspects of multiplayer. First,

select your file and choose "Battle". Then, a list of options will come up. The

top screen shows your stats, such as your win/loss ratio, your Battle Points,

and more. The Touch Screen has a few options, which are: Multiplayer, Nintendo

WFC, DS Download Play, How to Play, Change Name, Friend Roster, and Big Plays.

The "Multiplayer" option allows you to play with a friend of yours, but that

person _must_ have the cartridge to play. "Nintendo WFC" allows you to connect

to Wi-Fi, where you can play with people from across the world. "DS Download

Play" lets you and your friend play even if said friend doesn’t have the game.

"How to Play" gives you a tutorial on how to play the multiplayer mode.

"Change Name" is self-explanatory. It allows you to change your name for Wi-Fi,

but not for your actual file. "Friend Roster" allows you to add a friend, check

your Friends List, and check your own Friend Code. Finally, "Big Plays" gives

you a list of all of the Big Plays you’ve won, which I’ll explain later. When

you connect to Wi-Fi, the below options will appear:

 

"VS. Friend"

Description: Allows you to search for someone on your Friends List to battle

with. This person must also be using the same option in order for

you to find each other and battle.

 

"VS. Rival (North America)"

Description: Allows you to search for an opponent in North America, but only

one with a record like yours.

 

"VS. Rival (Worldwide)"

Description: Allows you to search for an opponent worldwide, but only one with

a record like yours.

 

"VS. Anyone (North America)"

Description: Allows you to search for an opponent worldwide with a record of

any kind.

 

"VS. Anyone (Worldwide)"

Description: Allows you to search for an opponent in North America with a

record of any kind.

 

Select any of these options to begin your match against an opponent. When you

find an opponent, the game begins. There are eight stages, and either you or

the opponent will be given the option to select a stage. Once a stage has been

chosen, you’ll play on that stage. There’s a red base and a blue base, and your

color determines what base you’ll have. Your objective is to take Force Gems,

big and small, to your base and score points as Link. I won’t go totally

in-depth about all of this, because you can find a Multiplayer FAQ on GameFAQs

anyway. You get to play as Link and three Phantoms. You and your opponent

switch between the characters every round. As Link, you have to move on the

Touch Screen and avoid the Phantoms. Once you put a Force Gem in your base as

Link, that Force Gem changes to your color.

Then, you earn points for it. There are small, medium, and large-sized gems.

The smallest ones are worth 1 point, the medium ones are worth 5 points, and

the biggest ones are worth a whopping 15 points. If a Phantom hits you, then

you lose that round and you play as the Phantoms while the opponent plays as

Link. As Link, the only way you can see where the Phantoms are on the map is by

having a Force Gem in your hand. As the Phantoms, you have to draw a path for

them to take (you have to do it for all three of them). You can see Link on the

map at all times unless he’s in a safe zone , and you must chase him down. If a

Phantom walks up to Link, it will hit him automatically. Link and Phantoms can

also collect powerups that will randomly appear throughout a stage.

You can destroy an opponent’s powerup by walking onto it. The powerups do

different things, and they’ll really help you in your match, so be sure to

collect them. Once three rounds as both characters for both players are over,

the match ends. The person that has the most points at the end of the match

wins, and the winner gets Battle Points added to his or her score. If you did

any Big Plays during the match, those also get added to your score.

 

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Big Plays

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These are very useful, and many people that play Wi-Fi try to get them. These

are basically certain tasks you must perform during a multiplayer match, and

once you get four Big Plays, you can go to Eddo’s apprentice in Adventure Mode

on Cannon Island. He will give you a Golden Ship Part, and Big Plays are

probably the easiest way to earn them. He gives you a new one each time when

you get four new Big Plays done. However, there are only 16 Big Plays, meaning

that you cannot get all of the Golden Ship Parts this way, but only half of

them. The other parts can only be gotten randomly in Adventure Mode, from

chests in the sea and such. With that said, here is the list of Big Plays. You

must do the specified task and win the match to get the Big Play.

 

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No Items

Description: Do not collect any powerups. You can still destroy the opponent’s

items and still get the Big Play, however.

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No Dribble

Description: Win the match without dropping your Force Gems. You can drop them

in bases and safe zones, though.

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Limit

Description: When playing as the Phantoms, you must hit Link during the last

twenty seconds of the round twice.

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Solo

Description: On your first turn as the Phantoms, hit Link with one Phantom

only.

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Break

Description: To get this one, you must successfully destroy ten of the

opponent’s items.

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Take

Description: This one is the exact opposite of the previous one. Collect ten

powerups to get it.

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Perfect Master

Description: Do the "Perfect" and "Limit" tasks in the same match.

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Quick

Description: As the Phantoms, hit Link before twenty seconds is up twice.

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Miracle

Description: You must win the match having only one point to get this one.

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Get Everything

Description: Put every Force Gem in your base and win the match successfully.

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Guardian

Description: Win the match and prevent the opponent from getting any points.

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Perfect

Description: Do the "Get Everything" and "Guardian" tasks in the same match.

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No Miss

Description: Avoid getting hit for the entire match while playing as Link.

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Guard King

Description: Make sure you hit Link once every round as the Phantoms.

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Master

Description: Do the "Master" and "Guardian" tasks in the same match.

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Battle Master

Description: Do the "Limit" and "Master" tasks in the same match.

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Trading Items

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Yes, there is a way to trade things with someone else in Phantom Hourglass.

First, go to Mercay Island. On your way to the Temple of the Ocean King, you

should come to a cracked wall. Place a bomb there to blow it up, then enter the

cave. Inside, follow the path across the ledges, then shoot the eye on the wall

on the last ledge. This makes a bridge extend. Cross it and defeat the monster

there, then exit the cave. Back outside, follow the path and head up the steps,

then go left. Shoot the eye on the wall to make a strange statue appear. Hit it

and then tap it, then move it so that it faces the Temple of the Ocean King. Go

to where the light is and place a bomb directly by it to blow up the wall. Go

through and make your way out the cave to the other side.

Talk to the man here, which is Freedle. After he talks about his magic boxes,

press the switch nearby to extend a bridge as a shortcut for getting here. Now

you can place up to three things in the boxes, and once the person you want to

trade with does the same, you’ll have to battle with him/her. After the battle,

whether you win or lose, you will both get the traded items. That about covers

up the Multiplayer mode. And please, don’t email me asking me for my Friend

Code or asking me to trade you a Golden Ship Part. =P

 

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XIII. Mini-Games

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In this section, I will list all of the mini-games in the game, along with info

about how to play them and such.

 

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Cannon Game

Location: Bannan Island

Price To Play: 20 Rupees

Reward(s): Green or Blue Rupee (0-1499 Points), Green, Blue, or Red Rupee

(1500-1999 Points), Big Green or Red Rupee (2000-2499 Points), Bomb

Bag (once only), Big Green Rupee or Ship Part (2500+ Points)

How To Find: Once you have the bombs, go to Bannan Island and enter the cave on

it. Inside, head north and blast away the wall with a bomb, then

follow the path out to the other side of the island, where you’ll

find Salvatore. He will let you play the Cannon Game.

How To Play: Your objective in this game is to shoot the red and blue targets

scattered throughout the course. Linebeck controls the ship

automatically, so your objective is just to shoot. The red targets

are worth 20 points, but you can shoot them over and over. The

blue ones are worth 100, but get destroyed after one shot. Keep

shooting as much as possible and turn around often; don’t miss any

targets! If you get 2500 points or more, you get a Bomb Bag

upgrade, which is a nice reward.

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Shooting Gallery

Location: Molida Island

Price To Play: 20 Rupees

Reward(s): Treasure (1300-1699 Points), Quiver (once only), Ship Part

(1700-1999 Points), Heart Container (once only), Ship Part (2000+

Points)

How To Find: After you get the bow, return to Molida Island and enter Romano’s

hut. He has set up a shooting gallery that you can play for a fee

of 20 Rupees.

How To Play: Many people hate this mini-game to the fullest, due to the way the

game makes you aim. On the top screen are wooden targets that will

flip over, where you can shoot them. You have unlimited arrows,

and you must shoot the Ghost targets _only_. Shoot many of them in

a row to score up to 50 points max, per one you hit. If you hit a

Girl target, you lose 50 points. The reason people hate this game

so much is because you pretty much HAVE to get every single Ghost

target, and no Girl targets in order to get the biggest prize,

which is the Heart Container.

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Goron Game

Location: Dee Ess Island

Price To Play: 50 Rupees

Reward(s): Blue or Red Rupee (45+ seconds), Blue, Red, Big Green Rupee (45-36

seconds), Bombchu Bag (once only), Ship Part, Treasure, Big Red

Rupee (35 seconds)

How To Find: Before you can play this game, the Temple of Ice must be finished.

Once you’ve beaten it, go to the Southeastern Sea and sail all the

way south, and slightly east of the rocks on the left side of the

map. You’ll find an island that looks like a ruined Nintendo DS.

Dock there and jump down where you’ll find a Goron. Talk to him,

and you can play the game for 50 Rupees.

How To Play: This game is played with Gongoron only. Your objective is to roll

through the course and break the blue gems. There are also Rupees

scattered throughout the course. Look on the map to see which ones

you’re missing, and look on the left side of the screen to see how

many gems you have remaining. Roll onto the arrows to get a boost

of speed, allowing you to break gems faster. After you break all

of the gems, the blue door at the end of the course will drop down

and act as a bridge. Roll down this door to reach the goal.

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Digging Game

Location: Harrow Island

Price To Play: 50 Rupees

Reward(s): Rupees, Treasure Map (x4)

How To Find: Sail to the Southeastern Sea, then look on the map. Sail slightly

north of the formation of three rocks to find a hidden island.

This is Harrow Island. Dock there and hit the gossip stone ahead.

It’ll let you play a digging game for 50 Rupees.

How To Play: After paying the fee, a wind gust will appear. Ride it up to a

wide area where you must dig. You are to dig up ten treasures

before the game ends. Digging up no treasure, but just dirt, does

not count. When you find something, your shovel will hit the

treasure. You will either find some Rupees or Rupoor. I’ve found

10 and 50 Rupoor, but I’m not sure if that’s as high and low as it

gets. Sometimes when digging, you will discover a strange voice.

This is Lucky Lee, and for 50 Rupees he will ask if you’d open a

big or small chest. Take your pick. Depending on your choice, the

creature will give you a certain amount of Rupees. You can also

find up to four Treasure Maps.

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The Maze Game

Location: Maze Island

Price To Play: Varies with Difficulty

Reward(s): Wisdom Gem (Beginner), Treasure Map (Normal), Heart Container

(Expert)

How To Find: Go to the Northeastern Sea, and set a course north and a little

west from the Isle of the Dead. You will find a hidden island,

which is Maze Island. Hit the gossip stone and you will be able to

start the game. You have to go from the easiest to the hardest

difficulty.

How To Play: Once you pay up, step on the switch to open the door and start the

game. Your objective is to go around and hit the gossip stones,

while going through the maze. Each difficulty gets harder, and it

is kinda hard for me to explain what to do in words. That, and I

haven’t had much experience with this mini-game. There are maps

available for all three difficulties at GameFAQs. At the end of

the maze, you get to choose your prize. Good luck!

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XIV. Fishing

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In this section, I will explain all about fishing. You must first get the

Fishing Rod before you can fish (obviously). Start by going to Bannan Island at

the Northwestern Sea, but make sure you have the Boomerang. Enter the only

house on the island and speak with the Old Wayfarer. After his boring speech

about romance, go outside and wipe out every single monster on the island.

After that, look around all of the water until you spot a mermaid. If you get

too close to her, she’ll move to a different location of the water. Stand a

distance away from her and throw the Boomerang at her head. You’ll hit her,

then she’ll scold you. Apologize to her, and she’ll go pay the Old Wayfarer a

visit. Go to his house and talk to him again.

Now go back to your ship and talk to Linebeck. He will say that she talked to

him for a few moments, then ran off. Go back to the Old Wayfarer’s home and the

mermaid will be in the pool. Speak with the Old Wayfarer and he’ll give you his

Fishing Rod, which can only be used out at sea. While out at sea, tap the Menu

icon and select "Fish". This can only be done when you’re over the shadow of a

fish on the map or near a fish shadow, however. Once you select the Fish icon,

Link will cast his rod into the water, and Link will be on the Touch Screen

while the line and the ocean will be on the top screen. Linebeck will explain

how to fish, although not very well. You have to pull down on the stylus to

pull the rod back, and you have to make circles on the Touch Screen to reel in.

When the fish hooks the line, letters saying "PULL!" on the top screen will

appear. Pull back on the rod when this happens to hook the fish, then you have

to draw circles on the Touch Screen to reel the fish in one yard. You’ll have

to pull back on the rod to keep the fish in line, too. On the left side of the

screen (the top screen, that is) is the tension meter. Don’t let it get all the

way down to red or you’ll lose the fish. Sometimes the fish might jump out of

the water, then the words "LET GO!" will appear on the top screen. Take the

stylus off of the screen entirely if this happens, then when the fish gets back

in the water, continue reeling in. After you catch a Skippyjack, go back to the

Old Wayfarer and then go catch a Toona.

Once you catch the Toona, return to the Old Wayfarer again and your next target

will be the Loovar. After you catch all three of those fish, visit the Old

Wayfarer once more and he’ll give you the Big Catch Lure. Now you can catch the

last three fish, but they’re harder to catch and they’re much bigger. Once you

catch the Rusty Swordfish, take it to the Old Wayfarer to get a Ship Part.

Catch the Neptoona he mentions to you, then take it to him and he’ll give you a

Heart Container. Finally, catch the Stowfish and take it to him to get another

Ship Part. Here’s a list of the six types of fish in the game.

 

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Fish

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Skippyjack

Description: These are the most common types of fish you will find. They’re

really small, and do not look too tasty.

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Toona

Description: A little bit bigger than the Skippyjack and other fish. These are

also common among the open seas.

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Loovar

Description: The most rare fish of the basic three. The Loovar is very hard to

find, and you may even have to catch thirty or so fish before you

finally find it. Good luck, and don’t give up!

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Rusty Swordfish

Description: This is the first of the advanced three fish. You can’t catch it,

along with any of the last three fish, until you get the Big Catch

Lure from the Old Wayfarer. This, like all other swordfish, has a

sword-like pointy nose.

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Neptoona

Description: Good luck finding this one. After getting the Big Catch Lure, you

can find it, and it’s probably just as rare as the Loovar. It’s a

big one, too, and resembles a whale.

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Stowfish

Description: Another rare fish. The Stowfish can hook onto other fish, so it

might look a little bit bigger than it really is when you find it.

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XV. Secrets

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In this section, I will list all of the secrets I know in the game. If you know

of any other secrets (I mean true secrets, not stuff that’s already covered in

other sections of the guide), please feel free to email me and I will add it as

soon as I can, giving you full credit for your submission. Thanks!

 

Secret #1 – Unlimited Rupees

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On Goron Island, make your way to the chief (Biggoron)’s house. On the way

there, look to the left as you’re going up the path. You should see a cracked

part of the ground. Dig there with the Shovel to uncover a Red Rupee. Get it

and enter the chief’s house, then exit it and get the Red Rupee again. It might

be a little slow, but you can repeat this as many times as you desire.

 

Secret #2 – Quick Rupees

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You can get Rupees slightly fast using this method, but it is not by any means

the fastest way. Randomly while traveling at sea, a squid enemy known as the

Biri might appear. These are completely harmless, and they float near your ship

and eventually float into the water. Shoot these with your cannon to send them

back up a bit and gain one Rupee. Shoot it as many times as you can to keep

getting in cash, and eventually it will split. You can then attack both of them

and get Rupees even faster, and if you keep it up, eventually they’ll split

into a third one! See how many you can get before reaching your destination.

 

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XVI. Frequently Asked Questions

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In this section, I will list the most commonly asked questions regarding this

game. Before emailing me with a question, please refer to this very section

first, and see if your question is already answered! Thank you.

 

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Q: I need tips for the archery game! How do I get 2000 points?

 

A: I’ve never gotten it myself, but I haven’t had much experience with the

mini-game either. All I can tell you is to keep at it, and you’re bound to

get it eventually. Keep your cool and avoid all of the Girl targets as good

as you can. Good luck!

 

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Q: How do I find [insert gem here]?

 

A: Check the Gem Locations section.

 

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Q: Are there any fairies you can bottle up in this game?

 

A: No. However, there are Purple Potions which can be bought in shops or found

in chests. Those restore eight hearts when you die, so they’re basically

just like fairies in this game.

 

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Q: Where do I get capacity upgrades?

 

A: Check the Equipment Upgrades section.

 

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Q: How do I solve the riddle on the Uncharted Island?

 

A: It’s already in the walkthrough, but you have to do as Linebeck suggests and

run around the edges of the island, drawing a path as you go along. It will

end up resembling a whale, and I’m sure you can figure it out from there.

 

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Q: What are the Power/Wisdom/Courage Gems for?

A: Once you get at least 10 of one of the gems, head south of Molida Island to
find an island not found on your Sea Chart. Ciela will add it, allowing you
to dock there. This is the Spirit Island, where you can exchange your gems.
You will get special abilities by doing it, so it’s quite useful.

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XVII. Email Info
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If you wish to email me about this guide, whether it be a comment or a typo,
or even a big error in the guide, then email me at my email listed at the top
of this guide. For those who are lazy, my email is ganonpuppet@yahoo.com. Email
me there, and I’ll add whatever it is I missed, or fix whatever it is I messed
up on as soon as possible. Please make the subject something to do with the
game (such as "Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass FAQ"), so I’ll know that your
email isn’t spam.

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XVIII. Credits
===============

Credits go to you for reading this guide.
Credits go to me for taking the time to write this guide.
Credits go to Nintendo for making yet another great Zelda game!
Credits go to Homi Wan for pointing out a few mistakes in the Gem Locations
section, which I corrected. Thanks for pointing them out.
Credits go to several people that have e-mailed me about a correction on how to
defeat Blaaz. Thanks!

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XIX. Copyrights
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Do not copy this guide without my permission. If you attempt to do that
without my permission, you will be in trouble with the law. For permission,
email me at my email adress listed at the top of this guide, I may say yes, I
may say no, it depends. This guide is a Copyright (c) 2007, and was created by
Jesse Winstead. All rights reserved. The following sites have been allowed to
use this guide:

http://www.gamefaqs.com/
http://www.neoseeker.com/
http://www.ign.com/
http://www.1up.com/
http://www.press-startgaming.com/
http://www.supercheats.com/

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