The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask (Collector's Edition) Hints & Cheats
Wallet UpgradesAt the beginning of the game, Link can only carry 99 Rupees. Howeverm you can upgrade the wallet by doing a few tasks. The Adult Wallet can hold up to 200 Rupees, and the Giant Wallet will allow you to carry 500.
How to Unlock Unlockable Deposit at least 200 Rupees at the West Clock Town Bank. Adult Wallet Complete the Oceanside Spider House on Day 1. Giant Wallet
Quiver UpgradesLink can hold a large amount of arrows with him initially, but his quiver can be upgraded to hold even more.
How to Unlock Unlockable Get the high score in the Town Shooting Gallery in East Clock Town Large Quiver (40 arrows) Get a perfect score in the Swamp Shooting Gallery Largest Quiver (50 arrows)
Great Fairy Gifts and UpgradesFind and collect all of the 15 Stray Fairies in the Dungeon and take them to their corresponding Fountain to receive a gift from the Great Fairy. Hint: If there is a Stray Fairy in the room you are in, the Great Fairy Mask will glow when you are wearing it.
How to Unlock Unlockable Find the Stray Fairies in the Woodfall Temple and return them to their Fountain. Charged Spin Attack Find the Stray Fairies in the Snowhead Temple and return them to their Fountain. Longer Magic Meter (doubles in size) Find the Stray Fairies in the Great Bay Temple and return them to their Fountain. Defense Upgrade (Damage taken is reduced by half) Find the Stray Fairies in the Stone Tower Temple and return them to their Fountain. Great Fairy Sword
Bomb Bag UpgradesTo upgrade the Bomb Bag. You must do the following things.
How to Unlock Unlockable Stop Sakon from stealing the Bomb-Shop Lady, then go to the Bomb Shop and buy the Big Bomb Bag Big Bomb Bag (30 Bombs) Talk to the Deku Scrub in Goron Village as Goron Link with 200 Rupees and the Big Bomb Bag to get the Biggest Bomb Bag Biggest Bomb Bag (40 Bombs)
Rabid ChickensIf you continuously slash and beat the chicken in Romani Ranch (about 10-15 times), it will shriek out a call for dozens and dozens of killer chickens to start raining down and pelt you to death in a matter of seconds! They'll multiply, follow you pecking and beating till all of Link's life goes out! If you exit the area they'll go away. Fun to play around with.
Hidden Mario mask.When you meet up with the mask salesman, look at the giant backpack he is carrying. You will notice that one of the masks on it is a Mario mask.
Fix SignsIf you cut up a sign and want to fix it, then play the "Song of Healing". The sign will then fix itself magically.
Hidden Bowser broachIf you look at the broach that Romani is wearing, you will notice that it is actually Bowser's face.
Indigo Go's Rehearsing... Old Zelda Game Music?!In the rooms where one member of the "Indigo Gos" (The Zora Band) is practicing with their instruments per room, the zoras are playing several different tunes... from old Zelda games!Pianist - Zelda: Game Over Screen
Gutiarist - Zelda: Dungeon Theme
Drummer - Zelda A Link to the Past: Small Dungeon Theme
Second EndingAfter beating Majora for the first time go back and the cutscene before entering the moon will be slightly different.
Parade with the King of Ikana's SoldiersEnter the King of Ikana's throne room and begin fighting his two soldiers then equip the Bremen mask, and press B to start playing your ocarina. The King of Ikana's soldiers shoud begin marching behind you and follow you as long as you keep playing your ocarina with the Bremen's mask on.
Alternate Opening SequenceAfter turning on the game, press Start quickly to get to the menu screen. Press Up to get to the Options screen, then hit A. As soon as that screen appears, press B to return to the menu select screen. Press B quickly again to return to the game intro screen. This time, the opening video should be different than it originally is.
Captain Keeta cutsceneWhen you fight the Ikana King, Igos du Ikana, wear the Captain's Hat. You'll trick the king into thinking that you're Captain Keeta, which will launch a brief cutscene.
Shooting objects for RupeesTry shooting arrows at the bull's-eyes outside of the Honey & Darling's Shop or the lanterns in the Ikana Graveyard. If hit, they'll pour out some Rupees.
Light Arrow RupeesIf you shoot the Blue Bubbles in the Ikana Canyon and the Like Likes in Great Bay Coast with Light Arrows, you'll be rewarded a Purple Rupee worth 50 Rupees.
Cutscene with AnjuTalk to Anju at the Stock Pot Inn between 1:50 PM and 4:10 PM to get the Room Key on Day 1. If you check your room, you'll find a crack in one of the walls. Look through the crack at 9:30 PM on Day 2 to see a cutscene with Anju speaking with her mother.
Kamaro Mask and the ScarecrowShow the Kamaro Mask to the Scarecrow to have it start dancing.
Fairies in the Gossip StonesPlay the Song of Storms near a Gossip Stone. A fairy will fly out and replenish your health.
Dampe's RewardIf you exterminate all of the bats in the graveyard, Dampe will reward you with 30 Rupees.
Gossip Rocket LaunchPlace a bomb near a Gossip Stone. The blast will turn it into a makeshift rocket, which will launch after a brief countdown.
Watering the Magic Beans made easyAre you roaming around outside with some Magic Beans, but with no bottled water to pour on them? Play the Song of Storms and the raindrops will automatically water the Magic Beans, no bottle required.
Smelly UnderwearIf you're looking for a mushroom, go to the Stock Pot Inn and put on the Mask of Scents. With your heightened sense of smell, you'll be able to get a smell of the boxer shorts on Gorman's bed, where the fungus is hiding.
Cliff Musical NotesOn the cliff wall near the entrance to the northern mountains has some music chisled into it. Play the inscribed melody to win some Rupees.
Rock ContsellationOn one of the walls in the southwest of Termina Field, you'll find a grouping of rocks positioned to form a constellation. Bomb some of the rocks to earn Rupees.
Bugs in the wallsThere is a dirt hole on the southeast wall of the outside of Clock Town. Catch a bug in a bottle, then release it near the hole. The bug will climb into the hole and reward you with a Rupee for your efforts.
Converting butterflies to fairiesTouch a butterfly with the tip of a deku Stick, and it'll turn into a fairy.
The Music BirdThere's a lone bird flying in circles around the town's walls. Play the ocarina in front of it, and it'll drop a Rupee in appreciation.
Free MoneyAfter you have rid yourself of the deku curse and can roll and jump. You can get the silver rupee above the shooting gallery. Roll over the east gate, hop over the signs on the Honey and Darling shop. Walk over the shooting gallery and open the chest and get the silver rupee. You can do this every time you restart time.
Secret SongsThere are two secret songs in the game which will help out a lot. There is the Inverted Song of Time (Down C, A, Right C, Down C, A, Right C) which slows down time so you can complete a lot more things and Song of Double Time (Right C, Right C, A, A, Down C, Down C) which advances time to the next 12 hour period. (6pm at night or 6 am in the morning on the 1st, 2nd, or 3rd day)
Mummies/ zombies won't attackIn ikana canyon, if you don't want to get attacked by mummies or zombies, just wear the goron mask or deku mask. Even though they paralize you, they won't attack! This really comes in handy when you are low in health.
Cheat at Postmans game.There is a minigame where the Postman asks you to stop a clock exactly at ten seconds. Normally the clock will disappear after two second, leaving you to guess, but if you wear the Bunny Hood the timer stays up on the screen. This is good since he gives you 50 rupees after the second time you win. Repeat for big bucks.
Fierce Deity Link outside boss (before 3rd day)To do this glitch/cheat you must be on epona and the fierce deity mask must be equipped to a C button. Go to either the Milk Road or Southern Swamp owl statue and z target it and press a while still on epona. Use the statues' save option. Then go back into the game after saving with the statue. About 1 time out of 10 you'll be on epona when you resume play. This has a better chance of working if your on Epona before you enter Milk Road or the Southern Swamp. After this, press the C-button with the fierce deity mask to transform. You should start to hear a beeping noise. Now you must wait until the 2nd day. DO NOT PRESS ANYTHING UNTIL THE 2ND DAY or else your game might freeze. When the second day comes the beeping noise should go away. Now hold Z and press A. You should fall into the ground and reappear as fierce deity. After this you can pause the game without it freezing. NOTE: This glitch only works with the NTSC version of the game.
Invisible Great Fairy's SwordGet the Great Fairy's Sword (Get all 15 stray fairies in the Stone Tower Temple), and go to Clock Town. Try to put the sword in the postbox. You can't, but when you get it back, you'll have your hands together as if you had it, but you can't see it!
Oni Link and his incredible Arm-for-a-shield!*WARNING! THIS GLITCH MAY CAUSE YOU TO NOT BE ABLE TO EXIT THE BUILDING YOU ENTER!*
First, get yourself the Oni Link in the field, then return to Clock Town (take care of all other things for Oni Link BEFORE you become Oni Link, or it will not work, seeing as how you can't use items.) Now that you're Oni Link, you'll be wielding his fantastic Double Helix. From testing, we've found the safest place to do this is in the Milk Bar. When you enter the Milk Bar, weapons will be banned, causing Oni Link to be weaponless. Well, if you attempt to block, he'll use his right arm as a sheild! You can run around like this for a good amount of time, but actual field testing if the weapon works is impossible, seeing as how he has a weapon outside...
Also, while in a building, if you hold down Z, Link's sword will glow even though it's not there!
*AGAIN, WARNING! THE MILK BAR IS THE FIRST TO BE TESTED THAT ALLOWS YOU TO EXIT THE BUILDING! OTHER'S WILL GET ONI LINK STUCK!!*
Be EponaCall Epona and ride to Milk Road. Find the Owl Statue and assign the Zora Mask to a C-Button, then save while still on Epona. Start the game again and you should find yourself still on Epona. Press the C-Button you equiped the Zora Mask to. You should change into Zora Link and not able to fit on your horse. Press the analog stick forward to find that you can use Epona without having Link on her. You can do this on anyday. Also you can do this at Southern Swamp too. *Note: You will be stuck in Milk Road or Southern Swamp after you do this trick.*
Epona in Clock Town.First Start with the first save file. Walk up to the Owl Statue in Clock Town . Save your game at the statuem and go to the second file. In this file ride Epona to the Owl Statue in Milk road. Dismount so you dont have to move in order to save. Save your game. Now go back to your first save file. Epona should be beside you in clock town.
Ride Epona as Goron LinkHave the Goron mask assigned to a C-button and call Epona. Ride to Southern Swamp or Milk Road and find the Owl Statue. Save while still on Epona. Start the game again and you should find yourself still on Epona. Press the C-Button you equipped the Goron Mask to. You should change into Goron Link and not able to fit on your horse. Press the analog stick forward to find that you can use Epona without having Link on her. If you press the A-button to "curl," it will say that you can't fit on Epona, but actually you'll be riding in mid-air above her. Exit Milk Road and you'll be riding her as Goron Link! You can also do this in Clock Town but you will just be Epona, you can't ride her as a goron. You can do this on anyday. CAUTION: If you try to shoot the bow as Goron Link, the game will freeze.
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