The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time / Master Quest Hints & Cheats
- Steer through Link's exploits in Hyrule. Our The Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time 3D Walkthrough provides item locations, boss tips, and how to complete the adventure.
Skulltulla Token RewardsYou must hunt down every Skulltula token in the game to collect prozes. Talk to the cursed family in Kakariko Village to obtain your prize.
How to Unlock Unlockable Find 50 Skulltula Tokens Piece of Heart Find 40 Skulltula Tokens Bombchus Find 30 Skulltula Tokens Giant's Wallet Find 20 Skulltula Tokens Stone of Agony Find 10 Skulltula Tokens Adult Wallet Find 100 Skulltula Tokens Huge Rupee
BIG RED RUPEE!After you gain the Master Sword and become adult Link, go to the lost woods and take a left to the skull kid. He will attack you because you are now an adult, so attack back with regular sword attack. Do not use anything strong and dodge his attacks, if you die or use any strong attacks, he will backflip out of there. Once defeated, he will leave a very large red rupee behind, which is bigger in width and height then Link in his adulthood.
Hidden Nintendo characters in Hyrule Castle courtyard.When you enter the Hyrule Castle courtyard, look at the right window. If you look inside the window, you will see paintings of Mario, Peach, Yoshi, Luigi, and Bowser.
Hidden Bowser broachIf you look at the broach that Malon is wearing, you will notice that it is actually Bowser's face.
The Bald FishermanAs a grown up when you catch the fisherman's hat. He will get mad at you, but from then on whenever you see him he will be bald, without his hat. This can be very hard, and is usually best if you stand about where the sign is, and then just keep trying to catch it
Sinking LureIf you want to easily catch really big fish in the fishing pond without having to spend countless hours, then make sure you have caught the "lunker" fish as an adult and have obtained the gold scale. Now go to the fishing pond and you will find a new lure in one of three places: 1.) in the feeder creek, 2.) in the grass around the perimeter of the area, or 3.) on the log jutting out of the pond. Once you find this lure, try fishing with it. It is irresistible to fish, so catching a 20 pounder will be no problem. However, if you set any records by using this lure, the fish you have caught will be noted as illegal on the aquarium and at the record board in Link's house.
Free faeriesStand infront of one of thoes "one eyed stones" that tell the time when you hit them. Play any non-teliporting song for two free faeries.
Three Free FairysAs Kid Link, go to a soft soil spot, and play the Song of Storms. Three fairys will appear.
Turn a Gossip Stone into a rocket.Place a bomb near a Gossip Stone. The blast will turn it into a rocket, which will launch after a brief countdown.
Infinite Lon Lon Ranch MilkTo get infinite Lon Lon Ranch Milk simiply play the Epona's Song in front of a cow. Every time you play it you will get you bottle filled with Lon Lon Ranch Milk. You can do this as many times as you want.
Infinite Money at WillIn the past, there is a beggar in the Hyrule Castle Market that asks you to sell him things with C. In the future, that same beggar is relocated to Kakariko Village, which is perfect for arguably the fastest non-Skulltulla money trick in the game.Behind the old lady's potion shop in Kakariko lies a grotto, and within it, a fish. Bring a bunch of empty bottles to the grotto, then enter and re-enter the grotto until you're able to fill all of your bottles with fish. The beggar will buy each fish for 100 rupees, and you can repeat this process as many times as you wish until your money is maxed out. This obviously works best when you have the Giant's Wallet and are able to carry a maximum of 500 rupees at a time.
Get the golden scale as a kid!When you are a child, go to the fishing pond and start fishing like normal. Keep fishing until you get a fish thatís big enough to earn a heart piece. Instead of going to the fishing owner, go into the middle of the pond. Face towards the owner in the water and hold Z + L (lock and shield). Donít let go and swim and run to him. Once you reach him, talk to him without letting go of Z and L. Heíll give you the golden scale instead of a heart piece!This allows you to do many things early on. Such as entering Zoraís Domain without having to play Zeldaís Lullaby. Or getting the heart piece from the Lakeside Laboratory (letting you have both the scale and heart piece.)
Unlimited BottlesEquip a bottle to any button. Swing the bottle at a bug/fairy/fish. Before you catch the bug/fairy/fish, equip an item you don't need to the button of the bottle. The item will be transformed into a bottle, and will never return to it's original state.
Warning: Do not replace items required for gameplay with a bottle, for you can not get it back. Replace items such as Masks, or the Trade Item after you complete the trade.
Unlimited Gold Skulltula TokensFirst, you must be young link and already have bombs, the boomerang, and the Song of Storms. Then go to hyrule castle, sneak past the guards, and go by the tree next to entrance of the castle(it's past the moat). Play the Song of Storms and a hole will open appear on the ground. Go into the hole and you'll see three bombable walls. One of these has a gold skulltula inside. You must kill the Gold Skulltula, then stand in front of the circle pad that transports you back up. Now, throw your Boomerang at the token and as soon as it hits the token step back on the pad(before the boomerang comes back to you). You will be transported back to the surface with a new Gold Skulltula token. The Gold Skulltula should reappear down in the hole if you did this right, so now you can easily get 100 tokens!
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- Game Universe:
- The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past (GBA, SNES),
- The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (N64, GC),
- The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess (GC, WII),
- The Legend of Zelda (NES),
- Zelda II: The Adventure of Link (NES, FDS, GBA),
- The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword (WII),
- The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D (3DS),
- The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks (DS),
- Link's Crossbow Training (WII),
- The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass (DS)
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