The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time Guide Part 4 - Roland Carlos
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The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time Guide Part 4

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This walkthrough was originally written for The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time on the N64, but the walkthrough is still applicable to the 3DS version of the game.
Yet Another Zelda 64 Guide (Yes, that is the real name): Version 1, Part 4
By Roland Carlos
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Hello, and welcome to yet another Zelda 64 Guide. Hopefully, you will find
this one useful to you. I am making this so people who get the game on 
Christmas will find it useful. This guide lists many secrets not found on
most internet based guides. If you would like to take from this guide, just
give some credit to me. Now, on with the show!

Table of Contents - Part 4

16. Version Updates for Part 4
17. Enemy List
18. Mini-Games
19. Thanks
20. Disclaimer

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16. Version Updates for Part 4
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Version 1: January 29, 1999 - Created this due to lack of room in Part 3,
created Enemy List to increase importance of this file.

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17. Enemy List
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Deku Baba
Found: Kokiri Forest, Deku Tree, Forest Temple

The first enemy you face, the ones in Kokiri Forest don't do anything but
stand there. The others attack, but have a limited range and can be easily
blocked with your shield. When they die, they give out Deku Sticks or Nuts.

Deku Scrub
Found: Deku Tree

Deku Scrub are plant type creatures which pop out every so often to spit Deku
Nuts at you. You can reflect them back with your shield, or if you are quick,
you can attack them before they hide. They will hide if you get near or if
they are reloading. You cannot kill them, just make them surrender.

Skulltula
Found: All over the world

Skullwalltulas may seem imposing and tough, but only to the beginner. Before
you get a lot of weapons, you have to be patient with this enemy. It's weak
point is its back. A single jump attack can kill it. Watch out for its spin
attack which can throw you back a far ways. A sword shot that hits its face
will just make it go back and forth. A boomerang can stun this creature 
though.

Skullwalltula
Found: All over the world

Skullwalltula can only stay on ivy. Their only purpose is to knock you down
while climbing. To know if they will attack, watch if they turn purple. You
can pass by them if they don't see you, but you should always kill them with
Slingshot/Hookshot when possible.

Gold Skulltula
Found: ALL OVER THE WORLD

Gold Skulltula are needed to count toward your Gold Skulltula total. They 
can't hurt you (unless you touch them) and they don't move around, so if you
don't care about Gold Skulltula counts, then just skip these enemies.

Gohma Spawn
Found: Deku Tree

Crablike creatures which move pretty fast. Watch out for them since their
attacks can hurt. The good thing is that they turn red before attacking.
That way you can prepare as you like. When you hurt a Spawn, it will retreat,
but come back sooner or later.

Peahat
Found: Hyrule Field

They only attack in the morning, and only if you get close to one. They start
their attack two ways. Either they attack using their own body (usually if 
you charge at them) or they attack using Peheat Larva while they fly high 
above. Peahats take 6 Slingshot hits so there is little point in fighting 
them since your rewards are minimal. If you try to fight one in the night, it
won't take damage, but it will release Peahat Larva.

Peahat Larva
Found: Hyrule Field

Peahat Larva attack you kamakaze style. They only die when they hit anything.
Your shield, walls, or even you. Outrunning them is out of the question so 
either find shelter or get that shield ready.

Stalchild
Found: Hyrule Field

Stalchild are skeleton type enemies which you find in infinite numbers during
night. They take only few hits, but keep coming back. If any are alive at
daybreak, they retreat to the ground. They aren't much of a problem since you
can easily outrun them. Little trick fighting Stalchildren, if you kill a lot
of them in a single night, a big Stalchild will come out, but he only attacks
faster.

Business Scrub
Found: All over the world

Like Deku Scrubs, except they offer you items in exchange for surrender.

Guay
Found: Lon Lon Ranch, Lake Hylia, Desert Colossus

You probably won't find these a problem since they die easily and don't 
attack a lot. But when they do, just block them and attack.

Wolfos
Found: Lost Woods, Forest Temple

The first of the attack or be attacked enemies, you have to do some real good
fighting to beat him. When he attacks, block him and reply quickly with an
attack of your own. You shouldn't attack him when he's running around since
he can block pretty well. After some time, you should be able to kill him
with practice.

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18. Mini-Games
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Many good RPGs have mini-games in them. Chrono Trigger had that soldier 
guessing game, FF7 had the Chocobo Racing. But, Zelda has MANY Mini-Games. 
Some are fun, some are tedious, but all are important to enhance your Zelda
64 experience.

The Treasure Game

FOUND AT: HYRULE MARKET
PLAYED AS: CHILD ONLY
OPEN IN: THE NIGHT
COST: 10 RUPEES

This game isn't really that fun. If you are wondering what the prize at the
end is, it's a Piece of Heart the first time and a Purple Rupee every other
time. The point is to pass through 5 rooms with 2 chests each. One of the 
chests has a key which is used to pass through the locked door to the next
room. The other chest has a Rupee that depends on the room color. (The room
color=Rupee color). You can come back here as a Child with the Lens of Truth.
Use the Lens of Truth on the treasure chest. You can look through it so you
can see what is inside it. Although cheap, it is the easy way to win.

The Hunt for Little Richard

FOUND AT: HYRULE MARKET
PLAYED AS: CHILD ONLY
OPEN IN: THE NIGHT
COST: NONE

Go into the back alleys and open the door you can only open at that time. In
the house, you will see that fat woman talk about her dog that yelps around
when you are in the market in the day. To find the dog, just touch the white
dog that is behind the stand near the man in the window. If you pick up the
wrong dog by mistake, just talk to the fat woman for her to get rid of it.

Shooting Gallery

FOUND AT: HYRULE MARKET & KAKARIKO VILLAGE
PLAYED AS: CHILD & ADULT
OPEN IN: THE DAY
COST: 20 RUPEES

Use your Slingshot (or Bow when adult) to fire at oversized Rupees. You get 
15 Nuts (or Bows) to use to fire at 10 Rupees. Break them all to get a 
special prize (first time child=Bullet Bag, first time adult=Large Quiver).
If you only get 8 of them, you play again for free. 7 or less means you lose
and have to pay to start over. BTW, there is a set order when you are a 
child. It is MIDDLE, LEFT, RIGHT, JUMPING MIDDLE, LEFT & RIGHT, MOVING TO THE
LEFT, MOVING TO THE RIGHT. The adult gallery combines these orders in a 
random setting.

Bombchu Bowling

FOUND AT: HYRULE MARKET
PLAYED AS: CHILD ONLY
OPEN IN: 24-HOURS
COST: 30 RUPEES

You get 10 Bombchus to use to blow up the target. The prize is randomly 
selected, but you can pick from purple rupee, bombs, Bomb Bag, Bombchus, and 
Piece of Heart. Once dropped, the go in a line in the direction you were 
facing. The first wall is always dead center with only a spike moving back
and forth. Drop the bombchu when the spike is away and when you are in the
center. If good, it will pass the spike area and continue on until it hits
the target. The second wall can be either on the sides or the top center. If
it is on the sides, throw it in a straight line toward it. The chicken 
should not be a problem with the side targets. The center target can just be
done like the first wall, just watch for the small chicken. The third wall is
the hardest. Just time your shot so it passes by the small and big chicken.
The time to best use it is when the big chicken is in the center. By the time
it gets there, hopefully it will be gone from the center. Good luck!

Mask Trading

FOUND AT: HYRULE MARKET
PLAYED AS: CHILD ONLY
OPEN IN: DAY ONLY
COST: FREE

This game takes you across the world selling masks to all types of people.
Here is what you do to beat it (as said in How do I get the Mask of Truth?).

First, sell the Keaton Mask to the guard of Death Mountain in Kakariko 
Village. Next, sell the Skull Mask to the lone Skull Kid in the Lost Woods.
After that, sell the Spooky Mask to the kid who walks around the Kakariko
Graveyard in the morning. Last, sell the Bunny Hood to the man who runs 
around Hyrule Field. After all this, you will be able to select the Mask of
Truth and 3 other masks at the Happy Mask Shop.

Forest Stage

FOUND AT: LOST WOODS
PLAYED AS: CHILD ONLY
OPEN IN: 24-HOURS
COST: FREE

Find the hidden hole somewhere in the brush in the room with the two 
Business Scrubs (and the Soft Soil spot). Jump in wearing a mask. Go onto the
small platform and the scrubs will rate your mask. Only the Skull and Mask of
Truth produce good results. The Skull Mask gives your a Deku Stick upgrade 
and the Mask of Truth gives you a Deku Nut upgrade.

Uncurse the Skulltulas

FOUND AT: KAKARIKO VILLAGE
PLAYED AS: CHILD & ADULT
OPEN IN: 24-HOURS
COST: FREE

Go to the Skulltula House. In the center of the room, the big Skulltula-Human
will drop down. Talk to him to learn about the curse. Your mission for this
game is to kill as many Gold Skulltulas as possible. There are 100 in all.
The prizes are as follows.

10 Skulltulas - Adult's Wallet
20 Skulltulas - Stone of Agony
30 Skulltulas - Giant's Wallet
40 Skulltulas - Bombchus
50 Skulltulas - Piece of Heart
100 Skulltulas - Yellow Rupee (as much as you want)

Frog Songs

FOUND AT: ZORA'S RIVER
PLAYED AS: CHILD ONLY
OPEN IN: 24-HOURS
COST: FREE

While at Zora's River, walk onto the little platform on the log that sticks
out into the river (Navi turns green in this area). Take out your Ocarina and
play any one of your top row songs for them. You get 50 Rupees each time you
play a new song. When you play them the Song of Storms, you get a Piece of
Heart. Play all 6 top-row songs for them to get a new game. In the new game,
you have to press the button needed to have a frog eat the butterfly above
him. Waiting too long or pressing the wrong button results in failure. Just
so you know, the order of buttons is, A, C+Left, C+Right, C+Down, C+Left,
C+Right, C+Down, A, C+Down, A, C+Down, C+Right, C+Left, and A.

Diving Game

FOUND AT: ZORA'S DOMAIN
PLAYED AS: CHILD ONLY
OPEN IN: 24-HOURS
COST: 20 RUPEES

Go into the little cave west of the room of King Zora. Talk to the Zora 
standing at the source of the waterfall. After he throws the Silver Rupees 
into the water, jump after them and use your dive skills to grab them. After
you get them all, go back to him to recieve the Silver Scale. After getting
the Silver Scale, you play it again for real Rupees.

Fishing

FOUND AT: LAKE HYLIA
PLAYED AS: CHILD & ADULT
OPEN IN: 24-HOURS
COST: 10 RUPEES

In this game, all you have to do is cast your line and reel in the fish. 
Talk to the fisherman for control help. The big fish can be found near the
bamboo shoots or logs. When you spot a slow fish that doesn't grab at once,
that is the one you want. Stagger the reeling by using slow, sudden 
movements (press B slowly). The fish will get interested in time and will
grab. Use A and R to reel him in. Reel in the opposite the direction he is
pulling. Getting a big fish (9-10 as child, 15-20 as adult) nets you a 
special prize.

Big Poe Hunting

FOUND AT: HYRULE MARKET
PLAYED AS: ADULT ONLY
OPEN IN: 24-HOURS
COST: FREE

Talk to the thing in the room that used have all those pots. He will say he
is a Ghost Hunter. He also talks of something good happening at 1,000 points.
In order to get those 1,000 points, you must capture 10 Big Poes (100 points
each). You can find the 10 Big Poe locations in Part 2. Bringing him a Big
Poe also nets 50 Rupees. You can bring him a small Poe for no points and
10 Rupees.

Dampe's Graveyard Race

FOUND AT: KAKARIKO GRAVEYARD
PLAYED AS: ADULT ONLY
OPEN IN: 24-HOURS
COST: FREE

Jump into the grave that is right next to the magic plant (or the former soft
soil spot with hole if you did not plant a magic bean). When you fall onto 
the platform, go towards the open archway. Dampe's ghost will appear asking
you to follow. You have follow as best as possible in order to beat the race.
If you go the wrong way, he will close the door to the next part of the maze
and you will lose. You have to do this race the first time to get the 
Hookshot. In order to get a special prize, beat the race in less than a 
minute. In order to do this, you must get hit by a flame and you must roll 
in the straightaways.

Epona Racing 

FOUND AT: LON LON RANCH
PLAYED AS: ADULT ONLY
OPEN IN: DAY ONLY
COST: 60 RUPEES MINIMUM

(As said in the How to get Epona section)

Make sure you learn Epona's Song as a child. Malon will teach it to you when
you go to Lon Lon Ranch.

When you are an adult, go to Lon Lon Ranch. Something has changed as Ingo now
seems to control the ranch and praises Lord Ganondorf. Talk to him and pay to
ride a horse. Play Epona's Song and Epona will come to you. Climb on her and
talk to Ingo while on her. He will propose a race for 50 Rupees. Agree.

The 1st race is very easy, use a carrot, stay in Ingo's way and use a carrot
when it comes back. The race is only one lap so you can gun it at the end.

He is a sore loser and he will ask for another race. The 2nd race is a bit
harder. You should use more carrots and stay in his way as much as possible.
If you run of carrots (you shouldn't, but it is easy to do) just stay in his 
way. You will get all 6 carrots back at once after some time.

If you win the 2nd race, you get Epona, but you can't get her out of the 
ranch the easy way. Instead, run around the track for a few laps. Go toward
one of the barriers and jump it at full blast. If you are good, you will 
switch to a small cinema showing you jumping out of Lon Lon Ranch onto Hyrule
Field. Good job, you got Epona!

Obstacle Course

FOUND AT: LON LON RANCH
PLAYED AS: ADULT ONLY
OPEN IN: DAY ONLY
COST: FREE

After beating Ingo for Epona, go back to Lon Lon Ranch. Talk to Malon while
on Epona and she will ask if you would like to use her on the obstacle 
course. Say yes, and get ready to run through it. It is made up of fences 
ranging in 3 sizes. You have to get through 2 laps jumping all the fences.
Beating the race in 49 seconds or less nets you a little prize at your house.

Horseback Archery

FOUND AT: GERUDO FORTRESS
PLAYED AS: ADULT ONLY
OPEN IN: DAY ONLY
COST: FREE

If you get Epona, go to the east part of the outside Fortress. Talk to the
Gerudo under the canopy while on Epona. Accept her challenge for the archery
practice. You get 20 arrows to get as many points as possible. Breaking the
pots with the arrows gets you 100 points, hitting a bullseye gets 100 points.
You can also hit the other sections of the target to get 60 and 30 points.
On one pass you should break all the pots, and on the other pass you should
get as many bullseyes as possible. Getting 1000 points gets you a Piece of
Heart and 1500 gets your a Large Quiver.

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19. Thanks
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Well, I would have to thank me, because without me, this wouldn't be 
possible. Also, a big thanks to Nintendo and Shigeru Miyamoto for making this
great game and releasing it in the states (finally!). 

The people who email me with their questions and comments also get thanks. 
Without them, I wouldn't have the Frequently Asked Questions Section and 
something to read in my formerly empty mailbox. 

Dwayne Agiao also gets a thanks for telling me that the 100 Gold Skulltula 
prize can be taken many times.

Chris Braun gets a thanks for reminding me about the Sixth Great Fairy.

John Clay, a real-life friend I see every day, also gets a thanks for using 
my guide for his game as well as editing it.

I can't think of anyone else at this point, but if you want to be 
known, just contribute any information that you think will be helpful in this
guide.

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20. Disclaimer
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This guide can and should be given out as long as it is not altered in any 
way. The guide's purpose is to help people play Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of
Time and that is its only purpose. This guide cannot be used in any
commerically such as, but not limited to, Magazines, Books, Guides, without
first contacting the author for his consent. Credit must given if you take
information from this guide.

The Legend of Zelda: The Ocarina of Time is a 
trademark of Nintendo of America, Inc., copyright 1998.  
All other trademarks copyright their respective owners.
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