Walkthru part 5

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13: Tips, Tricks, Secrets, and other Fun Stuff
- MEGA MONEY as adult Link!  After completing the sleeping man and 
little girl sections of Adult Link's Trading Sequence, go once 
again to the screen 1 left of the starting point of the Lost 
Woods.  Kill the skull kid there using your sword and he'll drop 
200 rupees! Leave the woods and go back and kill him again for 
another 200!  You'll have a full 500 in seconds!
- Tapping B while swimming makes you swim faster
- You don't need bombs to break crates...just roll into them using 
Forward + A
- You can use the hookshot on anything climbable, like vines, 
fences, or grooved walls.  It's faster than climbing up the normal 
way.
- You can get many Heart Container Pieces mentioned in that 
section of the guide by using your boomerang or hookshot to knock 
it off a ledge.  This works well on the one's in Zora's River.
- Beat up on a chicken with your sword a couple times and it will 
summon all its chicken friends to come and beat the hell out of 
you.  Kinda funny, just run into a doorway or other exit to escape 
the onslaught.  If you ride on Epona you can run over a chicken a 
few times with her and when the chickens attack you can't get 
hurt.
- Play Epona's Song for a cow and one of your bottles will be 
filled with milk.
- If you beat Malon's obstacle course at Lon Lon Ranch as adult 
Link (Talk to her while riding Epona after getting Talon to go 
back home) in under 50 seconds then she'll give you a cow!  It 
will be delivered to your house in Kokiri Forest.  Use it to get 
milk using the above trick.
- You can sell fish, bugs, and magic blue fire.  Fish can be 
caught in Zora's Domain and in a little pond down a hole behind 
the potion shop in Kakariko Village, bugs under rocks sometimes or 
in holes in Hyrule Field, and blue fire in the Ice Cavern as adult 
Link.  Find the person that looks like they're begging in the 
Market as young Link and in Kakariko Village as adult Link.  Equip 
the bottle containing the item, walk up to the beggar and push the 
c button for the bottle and you'll get 100 rupees for a fish, 50 
rupees for bug, and 150 rupees for some blue fire.
- If you're using bugs to get Gold Skulltulas from soft soil 
spots, after you drop them 3 will pop out.  Recapture 1 of them 
and let the other 2 get the Gold Skulltula.  Somehow the 1 becomes 
3 again for the next time you use it.  This way you'll never run 
out of bugs until you want to.
- Use the Lens of Truth in the treasure chest game in the market 
as Young Link to cheat and always win.
- Mario character appearances - Go to Zelda's Palace Courtyard and 
look at the window to your right when you first walk in, you can 
see portraits of Mario, Luigi, Bowser and Peach in the hallway.  
Also look closely at Malon's brooch when you are adult Link.  It's 
a Bowser head!
- Fun with gossip stones!  Gossip stones are those rocks with an 
eye that act like rubber.  You can do lots of things with them.  
Hit them with your sword and they'll tell you what time it is.  
Play Zelda's Lullaby and they will give you a free faerie.  Talk 
to them while wearing young Link's Mask of Truth (see section 3) 
and they'll give you gossip or hints.  Hit them with the Megaton 
Hammer to flatten them.  Use a fire arrow or Din's Fire spell and 
they'll start spinning around.  Use a bomb and they'll rocket off 
into space after a bit.
- If you find a secret using the Stone of Agony and a bomb doesn't 
work,  often the Song of Storms will do the trick.  If that 
doesn't work, try the Megaton Hammer.
- In the fishing game you can find a sinking lure.  Just walk/swim 
around until you bump into it.  It isn't always there and it's 
location is random.  You can only use it for the current fishing 
session.  If you catch a record breaking fish using it, then the 
fishing pond owner will say that you used and illegal lure.  Look 
at the fish in the tank and it will say that it was caught using 
an illegal lure.
- There is a secret fish in the fishing pond as adult Link that 
looks like an eel called the Hyrule Loach.  Cast in the reeds and 
lillypads when it is early morning.  You can look for it by using 
your Iron Boots and going under water, then pushing top c to look 
around.  It can be very large (upwards of 30 pounds) but you only 
get rupees for it and it is thrown back in.
- In the fishing game you can try to hook the fishing pond owner's 
hat.  If you do he'll get mad and start yelling at you.
- Get a butterfly to land on a Deku stick and will turn into a 
faerie.  Just walk slowly up to it while holding the stick and be 
patient.
- If you slash up a sign, like those in the training area in 
Kokiri Forest, play Zelda's Lullaby in front of it and it will 
reform right before your eyes!
- You are invincible while riding your horse Epona.  You can also 
smash bushes with her.
- As young link climb to the top of one of the chains of the 
drawbridge of Hyrule Castle and wait until night fall or play the 
Song of the Sun to make it night.  When the drawbridge is closed 
walk along the top of it for three red rupees.  Also if you stand 
in the right place when the drawbridge goes down you'll get a 
purple rupee, but your foot might get caught.

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14: Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How do I turn back into young Link?
A: You have to beat the Forest Temple, then return to the Temple 
of Light and walk up to the pedestal where you pulled out the 
Master Sword.  Push A and you'll return the Master Sword and warp 
back to being a kid.  You can now warp back and forth as many 
times as you want using the Master Sword and the Temple of Time.
Q: I went down into the Royal Family's tomb to get the Song of the 
Sun, but the first door won't open!  What do I do?
A: As in many other places in this game and also as mentioned in 
the Ocarina section, kill everything in the room - that is, the 
bats - and the door will open.
Q: I've taken the broken sword to the Big Goron for Adult Link's 
Trading Sequence but nothing happened.  What am I doing wrong?
A: You have to take it to the Big Goron at the summit of Death 
Mountain, not the one inside Goron City.  Climb to the top of 
Death Mountain to where the cave leading into the crater and the 
1st great faerie cave are, then just turn right and walk to the 
edge to see him.
Q: How do I beat Dark Link in the Water Temple?
A: See the Water Temple section in the walkthrough section for 
more about this battle.  Just stand on the small island in the 
middle of the lake, which keeps him from fighting well, then use 
your Megaton Hammer of Din's Fire.
Q: Help!  I can't pass this level, beat this boss, or figure out 
this puzzle!
A: If it's not in the walkthrough I don't know.  If it is in the 
walkthrough read it carefully.  If you still don't understand try 
E-mailing me and I'll clarify, and most likely make it easier to 
understand in the guide or add it to this section.
Q: Will you E-mail me new updates to your guide or new secrets you 
find?
A: No.  You can get the latest version at 
http://cc.usu.edu/~SLC77/zelda64guide.txt

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15: Guide information
Version History:
0.1 - 11/28/98 - First Release.  After 3 days with only 6 total 
hours of sleep I've released this first version.  I've seen a few 
FAQs out there online and I can't believe anyone could release one 
so fast!  How do they do it?  Anyway, I've been as thorough as 
possible for how far I've gotten in the game.  I was going to wait 
until I found everything but I've noticed a lot of people on the 
Nintendo forums asking questions that I've already answered in 
this guide so I thought I'd release what I have now.
0.2 - 11/28/98 - I got a ton of E-mail and added all I could but 
was so busy reading it all, haven't had time to beat Water Temple.  
So leave me alone for a bit k guys?  I appreciate the responses 
though.  Included in this version is a Tips and Tricks section 
which I'm sure will grow with time.  Check out that funny rocket-
ship gossip stone trick!  I'm now going to work on the Water 
Temple and ignore all E-mail for as long as it takes to complete 
it.  Expect another update with the Water Temple walkthrough soon.
0.3 - 11/28/98 - I've completed the water temple walkthrough.  I 
also changed a few things in the walkthrough based on help from 
other people, such as a better way to beat Queen Ghoma and the 
hookshot method to kill the fire temple mini-bosses.  Also fixed a 
few errors here and there and added various other infos.  Added a 
Frequently Asked Questions section with questions people ask me 
all the time in E-mail.  Most of the answers were in the guide 
already but I put them in again here so people could find them 
easier.
0.4 - 11/29/98 - Updated and reorganized the gold skulltula 
section.  Also updated and revised other sections like adult 
Link's trading sequence.  Expect updated HCP section and next 
temple walkthrough coming soon.
0.5 - 11/30/98 - Fixed a mistype in the Bottles, Chickens, and Big 
Poe's section where Poe #3 said Kokiri Forest and it's supposed to 
be Kakariko Village.  Added notes about E-mailing me and posting 
the guide on a web page.  Added a second technique for getting the 
Megaton Hammer.  Put up a better strategy for killing Dark Link in 
the walkthrough.  Added some more tips and secrets.  Added the 
Scarecrow's song to the Ocarina section.  Revised the HCP section 
to be easier to read and separated out confirmed and unconfirmed 
HCP's.  Added new unconfirmed HCP's and Skulltulas.  Added info on 
the other arrows, Mirror Shield, Hover Boots, last 2 faerie 
fountains, and some other items (all still unconfirmed by me).  
Cleared up info about getting the 5th and 6th chickens.  Added 
info about upgrades (check out the really interesting Deku Stick 2 
upgrade!).  
0.6 - 12/1/98 - Shadow Temple and Gerudo Fortress Walkthrough.  
Quick cash in Kakariko Village tip (in Tips and tricks section).  
A few HCP's and Gold Skulltula's added and confirmed.  Reorganized 
Gold Skulltula section.
0.7 - 12/1/98 - Added Mega Money tip to tips and tricks (check it 
out!).  Corrections and minor other additions.  Proofread 
walkthrough and added paragraph separations for easier reading.
0.8 - 12/2/98 - Added final Heart Container Pieces!  Confirmed and 
found more Gold Skulltula locations.  Added walkthrough for Spirit 
Temple and Gerudo Training Grounds (special thanks to Jon Skeels 
for his great information about the Spirit Temple).  Fixed 
incorrect information about Fire Temple's secret area (oops).  
Gave better way to beat Bigocto.
0.9 - 12/3/98 - Some corrections made.  Improved walkthrough for 
Gerudo Training Grounds to include 2 other keys found.  Added last 
gold skulltulas to make 100 confirmed skulltulas!  Clarified some 
Big Poe locations and the capturing of Big Poes.   Added to and 
fixed up the new Enemies section.  Cleared up soft soil skulltula 
controversy in the Magic Beans section (you CAN get skulltulas 
after planting a bean.  I had forgotten that I had originally put 
that you need to do it before planting a bean).  Gannon's Castle 
walkthrough should be ready soon!
1.0 - 12/3/98 - The full release of the guide is finally here!  
Now has the complete walkthrough and every known item in the game.  
Proofread entire guide. SPECIAL NOTE:  On Thursday, 12/3/98 I was 
sent 107 E-mail's during the morning but, due to some program 
error, most were erased before I could read or respond to them!  
If you sent me an E-mail at this time and didn't get a response, 
please send it again.  Sorry about that.  Updates will be a lot 
less frequent after this version (hopefully).  If you want to send 
me something I'm most interested in errors that ended up in the 
guide.  I have been told I have a particular problem with getting 
my left's and right's mixed up, so if you notice one of these let 
me know (someone said there's quite a few in the Water Temple 
walkthrough).  Any other errors in the guide that you find let me 
know via E-mail.
Possible future additions:
Regular faerie fountains
Those holes with the giant rupees in them
Note to webmasters:  Feel free to post this on your web pages as 
long as it's in its original form and credit is given to me.  If 
you wish to convert it to html that's fine but keep all the 
information there and in tact, including the copyright 
information.  Also I will NOT assist you in modifying or posting 
the guide in anyway.
How to E-mail Zauron:
For compliments, complaints, corrections, and suggestions about 
the guide:
Feel free to e-mail me just include a subject like "Compliment 
about your guide" or "A correction..."  I won't read it if it has 
no subject or a generic subject like "Zelda 64" or "Your guide"
For questions:
For the most part, don't bother.  I won't answer them mostly 
because everything I know is already in the guide.  If you have a 
question about something that's in the guide that you think I 
didn't make clear enough, that's okay.  Just make sure to include 
a subject like "You need to clarify...".
For game information:
First, make sure you are reading the most recent version of the 
guide.  I get tons of E-mail telling me stuff that's already in 
the guide.  Look through the guide carefully to make sure your 
information is not already in there.  Then make sure to include a 
subject that says something about what you're telling me about 
such as "Tip for defeating..." or "Secret about ..."  If it says 
something like "Zelda64 tip" or "Info for your guide" I won't read 
it.
For all E-mail's please realize that I may not reply.  I have 
gotten over 100 e-mail's a day since the first release of this 
guide and most of them are the same information or question over 
and over again.  Keep checking the most recent version of the 
guide for questions and to make sure your information is not 
already in there.  I'm sorry if you feel I'm being unfair about it 
but just remember the more time I spend answering E-mails the less 
time I have to work on the guide.  The most recent version of the 
guide can always be found at 
http://cc.usu.edu/~SLC77/zelda64guide.txt.  My E-mail address is 
SLC77@cc.usu.edu.  Thank you for your support!
Credits (in no particular order):
Ryan Costello (Ryan.Costello@LibertyMutual.com) - tips on Spirit 
Temple and Gerudo Training Grounds
Aaron Wright (wright_left@yahoo.com) - Easier way to beat Bigocto
Ian Goodale (chpicker@cloudnet.com) - Gold skulltula location 
information
Jon Skeels (Zatos@webtv.net) - Contributed enemy section and also 
helped a lot on how to get through the Spirit Temple and Gannon's 
Castle.
Nintendo Guru (http://nintendoguru.home.pipeline.com/guru.htm) - A 
gold skulltula on top of the chicken woman's house and Big Goron 
shortcut in Adult Link's Trading Sequence
Ben Slates (Schair1331@aol.com) - A HCP in Hyrule Field under a 
tree, West of Hyrule Castle
Augustine Fan (taranis@home.com) - Second Deku Nut upgrade
GameWiz8 (GameWiz8@aol.com) - the Gerudo archery range HCP
Josh Moss (joshmoss@ix.netcom.com) - Gold skulltula location 
information
Justin Kuch (kucher@efni.com) - Bowser on Malon's brooch
Radi579@aol.com - 100 gold Skulltulas gold rupee confirmation
Terrih40@aol.com - various tips
Alonso Paredes Villaran (loualji@amauta.rcp.net.pe) - Mega money 
as adult Link tip.  Awesome!
Greg Caron (pcaron@ici.net) - More secret fish info
Dustin Wengert (wengert@csd.uwm.edu) - Using megaton hammer for 
secrets tip
Guardian Owl (guardian_owl@geocities.com) - Gold skulltula help
F'nor "Blackjack" Benden (fnorbenden@hotmail.com) - Gerudo 
Fortress walkthrough
Razer (razer@hempseed.com) - Boomerang HCP tip
Jeremy Przasnyski (jpski@uswest.net) - Fast cash in Kakariko 
Village tip
Doppleganger 999 (simalcrum@hotmail.com) - Deku Nut and second 
quiver upgrades.
Justin (e.zuc@sympatico.ca) - Gossip stone fire trick, butterfly 
trick
Codemaster007 (Zzqq11379x@aol.com) - Some Gerudo Valley skulltula 
location clarifications
Woodford (hclark@mursuky.campus.mci.net) - Morpha killing tip
Ben Jackson (ben@ben.com) - HCP and skulltula info
Willis Wong(BgWeLiStyL@aol.com) - Gravedigger HCP tip
 Pierre Langlois(planglois@videotron.ca) - Trick to killing Dark 
Link
John Lavanderson (lavanderson@hotmail.com) - Fire Temple mini-boss 
tip (hiding from the guy)
Spencer (N64Boy32@aol.com) - Hitting gossip stones with Megaton 
Hammer, invincible horse
Ryan Zimlich (jzimlich@zebra.net) - Last 2 Great faeries, golden 
gauntlet, 2 skulltulas in fire temple and 1 in Dodonogo's Cavern.
Starmoose (Starmoose64@n64rocks.com) - Ice Arrows, Hover Boots, 
Mirror Shield
Jago (jago@ionline.com) - Setting me straight on the difference 
between the Big Goron in Goron City and the Big Goron on the 
summit of Death Mountain when doing adult Link's trading sequence.
Kevin Kazimir (http://t25wrestling.cjb.net) - Death Mountain 
Crater soft soil location
Drane (IVIlIIIIVI@aol.com) - Rocket ship gossip stone trick
Michael Allen Murrell (michael@intop.net) - Sinking Lure
Ben Jackson (ben@ben.com) - Method 2 to get HCP at Zora's River
Rampage984@aol.com - Tip to beat Queen Ghoma easier
Leon (NIEH@uthscsa.edu) - Mario cameo
Whiterat (whiterat@ghg.net) - Lens of Truth treasure chest game 
trick, carrying capacity upgrades
Eric Suh (wolfbrother17@hotmail.com) - Tip about selling fish and 
bugs
James Kiley (j_madcap@yahoo.com) - Longshot and Fire Arrows
Justin (IMaLiEnKoI@aol.com) - Gold scale
Jonathan Hoefker (jonathan@AE.MsState.EDU) - Cow tricks, Water 
Temple tips, and directions to the sleeping man and lost girl
Levi Smith (Levi.D.Smith@prodigy.com) - Tip on Fire Temple mini-
boss (the hookshot method)
Jesse Smith (http://www.world-of-nintendo.com/) - Info on a TON of 
gold skulltula locations
Gene (VXGene@aol.com) - Song of Storms secrets, Epona can jump 
over any fence to escape tip, Scarecrow song, killing Moblins in 
the Lost Woods tip.
If you wish to have your name/address information changed in the 
Credits section please send me an E-mail with the subject "My 
credit listing"
Unpublished work copyright c 1998 Taron Millet
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