The Legend of Zelda Collector's Edition Cheats For GameCube

  1. Save Anytime on Majora's Mask

    On Majora's Mask you can make a save anytime! You need both files open for this or it won't work.

    Simply save the game at an owl statue like normal, then when the game exits, go to the file select and copy the file you just saved to Save 2, then you can continue the game without having to worry about the game freezing (making you lose all your progress) and you can get a good save at any time.

    Contributed by: me418 

  2. Invisible Great Fairy Sword (Majora's Mask)

    In order for the greatest weapon in the game to become invisible (the Great Fairy Sword or GFS), you will need the GFS (duh) and the Postman's Hat. Wear the hat, and have the GFS equipped to an item button (anywhere on the c-stick, doesnt matter which one) and have it out. walk up to a postbox, and when it asks for a letter, tilt the stick (or press the X, Y, Z button to correspond to it) in the direction of the GFS. the mailbox will refuse it, and when you regain control of Link, the sword will be invisible. Links hands will appear to hold nothing, but swing the sword and an air swipe will appear. the invisible sword will only last for that section of clock town you are in until you leave to go to termina field or another area in clock town.

    Contributed by: pacokorn77 

  3. Keep data saved at owl statues with only one save file (Majora's Mask)

    (Note: This trick only works for Majoras Mask on the Legend of Zelda: Collectors Edition disc.)

    If you have a game saved at an owl statue, you can keep it without having to create a backup copy of the data. When you get to the file selection screen, remove the memory card from the GameCube. Load the game data and choose to continue without saving. When you save the game at either an owl statue, or by using the Song of Time, it will tell you the data cannot be saved. Reinsert the memory card into the GameCube at that point and it should save.

    Contributed by: Venom3D 

  4. The Legend of Zelda Save without dying

    To save without having to kill yourself pause the game, Then with a controller on port 2 press up and A at the same time. A screen will appear asking you to ''continue, save, or retry'' Use controller 1 to choose your option. When you save the game it will not count against you and bring you to the character select screen. You can choose continue and it will teleport you to the beginning of the world map if your outside or to the beginning of the dungeon when your inside, but your health will go to 3 hearts.

    Contributed by: Brokaliv 

  5. Prevent falling damage (Majoras Mask)

    If you have a transformation on, keep hitting the C button with the mask on it and once you fall to the ground, you will take the mask off (If you hit the button quick enough). It should prevent all falling damage.

    Contributed by: Wood Elf 

  6. Easier way to save in TLOZ or Zelda II

    Just pause the game and tap X. The Game Over screen (Continue/Save/Retry) will appear.

    Contributed by: p0lar_bear 

  7. Adventure of Link: Unlimited magic refills

    Now this is a neat trick. When using the gold granny in towns to refill your magic, she fills it up completely. Due to a glitch in the game, you can have unlimited refills in one visit. As long as the gauge in filling, you can use as much magic as possible, but once the gauge has filled completely the unlimited refill is over.

    This is handy for towns without life refills or ones in which you need magic to gain access to other areas in the town.

    *NOTE: This unlimited magic trick does not work with red/blue magic refill bottles found on the field. The red magic refill bottles refill 8 squares, so technically you would only be able to use 8 squares worth of magic during the refill. For example, Shield magic uses 16 units of magic, or 1 box worth. It all comes down to math, and you thought math would never help you out in something like video games. Math is power!

    Contributed by: smoliske 

  8. Receive the Sinking Lure in Ocarina of Time.

    If 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.

    Contributed by: Felix Arabia 

  9. Unlimited bottles in Ocarina of Time.

    In order to pull this trick off, simply take an empty bottle and assign it to one of the C buttons. Swipe at a bug, fish, or a fairy. Just before you actually catch it, hit start and switch the empty bottle with a useless item (magic beans or claim check). The useless item will be replaced by a new bottle. Repeat as desired.

    WARNING: There is no way to undo this glitch, so make sure you are positive that you don't need that item anymore before you do it.

    Contributed by: Megaman1981 

  10. Hidden Mario mask in Majora's 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.

    Contributed by: Megaman1981 

  11. Infinite Gold Skulltulas in OOT

    Open the grotto behind the Hyrule castle's inner gate (next to the tree) by playing the Song of Storms. Enter it and open the bombable wall with the gold skultulla behind it. Kill the gold skulltula and Z-target it (L-target if on the Gamecube version).Move infront of the pedestal that sends you out and throw your boomerang at it. While the boomerang returns to you, backflip onto the pedestal while it is about half-way to you. When you begin to exit the dialog box should begin to appear and may have a few words in it. If you exit the cave before the dialog box fills, and after you have caught the boomerang. you have completed the trick succesfully. Look on your Quest Status Sub-Screen and see that your gold skulltula count has gone up by one, but if you go back into the grotto the gold skulltula will appear there. Allowing you to utilize this trick as much as you like.

    Note: Do NOT let your gold skulltula coiunt go above 255 because this will cause the game to crash.

    Contributed by: aletabooger451 

  12. Hidden Nintendo characters in Ocarina of Time.

    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.

    Contributed by: Megaman1981 

  13. Easy Money (Majora's Mask)

    You need an empty bottle for this. Wait until the curiosity shop in west clock town opens and go to the shop next door. Use the bottle and catch the fish swimming there. Then go back to the curiosity shop and sell it. You can repeat this until the curiosity shop closes.

    Contributed by: video game freak2090 

  14. Hidden Bowser broach in Ocarina of Time and Majora's Mask

    If you look at the broach that Romani is wearing in Majora's Mask, you will notice that it is actually Bowser's face. When playing Ocarina of Time, Malon is wearing the same broach.

    Contributed by: Megaman1981 

  15. Unlock Dungeon Door Without a Key (Legend of Zelda)

    When you enter the first dungeon in Legend of Zelda, the northern door will be locked. Leave the dungeon and re-enter it to find that the northern door is now unlocked!

    Contributed by: AlanEdgeHead 

  16. Infinite Money at Will (Ocarina of Time)

    In 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.

    Contributed by: UltimaterializerX 

  17. Cheat at Postmans game(Majora's Mask)

    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.

    Contributed by: AWing Pilot 

  18. Legend of Zelda: 2nd Quest

    Enter the password as your name

    Effect Effect
    ZELDA 2nd Quest

    Contributed by: Gamemaster64 

  19. Skulltula token rewards in Ocarina of Time.

    To claim these rewards, you first need to kill the number of Skulltula's required per reward. To claim your prize, simply go to Kakariko Village, enter the Spider House, and talk to one of the family members.

    Unlockable Unlockable
    10 Skulltula Tokens Adult Wallet
    40 Skulltula Tokens Bombchu
    All 100 Skulltula Tokens Giant Rupee
    30 Skulltula Tokens Giant Wallet
    50 Skulltula Tokens Piece of Heart
    20 Skulltula Tokens Stone of Agony

    Contributed by: Megaman1981 

  20. Quiver and Wallet upgrades in Majora's Mask.

    Use these in-game tricks in order to unlock better upgrades for your Quiver and Wallet.

    Unlockable Unlockable
    Deposit 200 Rupees at the West Clock Town Bank. Adult Wallet
    Complete the Oceanside Spider House on Day 1. Giant Wallet
    Get a perfect score in the Swamp Shooting Gallery. Large Quiver (40 arrows)
    Get a perfect score in the Town Shooting Gallery. Largest Quiver (50 arrows)

    Contributed by: Megaman1981 

Walkthroughs & FAQs

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