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              M a d e  B y  S t a r F i g h t e r s 7 6

This walkthrough was made with Courier New (Western) text, and the Font 
Size is set to 10. Each line is atleast 79 characters or less. It is in 
Rich Text Format (RTF).
                
Welcome all to my walkthrough on this remake of a very classic game, 
called BS Zelda. I hope this walkthrough helps out as much as possible. 
Below is nothing but spoilers on the game, so if you don't want to be 
spoiled, please take a detour and hit the Back button now. However if 
you want to be spoiled or need some help, please scroll down as far as 
you need to. Consider this as your Spoiler Warning!

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|TABLE OF CONTENTS|
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SECTION 1: Intro
  A: Version Guide
  B: The Story Of BS Zelda
  C: What Is BS Zelda
  D: About This Walkthrough
  E: Control Configuration

SECTION 2: Walkthrough
  A: Before The Walkthrough
  B: Overworld
  C: Before Level 1/Level 1: The Letter 'S'
  D: Before Level 2/Level 2: 'T' Period
  E: Before Level 3/Level 3: The First 'G'
  F: Before Level 4/Level 4: The Big 'I'
  G: Before Level 5/Level 5: The Second 'G'
  H: Before Level 6/Level 6: The Letter 'A'
  I: Before Level 7/Level 7: The Skull's Head
  J: Before Level 8/Level 8: Down Arrow
  K: Before Level 9/Level 9: Ganon's Cave

SECTION 3: The Goodies
  A: The Items
  B: Show Me The Fairy
  C: The Clock
  D: The Power-Ups

SECTION 4: The Baddies
  A: The Overworld Enemies
  B: The Underworld Enemies
  C: The Bosses

SECTION 5: Other Stuff
  A: Tips
  B: Numbers As Letters
  C: Codes
  D: Changes

SECTION 6: In Conclusion
  A: What's To Come
  B: Special Thanks
  C: The Disclaimer
  D: Final Words

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SECTION 1: |INTRO|
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      -------------
  A: |Version Guide|
      -------------

     Version 1.0: Just finished making the walkthrough for the game, 
     and submitted it to GameFAQS (04/16/02)

     Version 2.0: Received info on how to get the Power Bracelet 
     without using a cheat code. Special thanks to the people who e-
     mailed me. Those names will be listed in the "Special Thanks" 
     section, further down the walkthrough. (06/08/02)

     Version 3.0: Big update for the readers. This version will include  
     how to get the Magic Sword and Red Ring (check "Before Level 8"   
     for info). Plus info on the importance of the clock (check  
     "Clock" for info), and how to get the final Heart Container. Also 
     tweeking a little bit of loose ends I may of messed up on ^_^.   
     (07/10/02)

     Version 4.0: Been a long time since my last update (nearly 2 
     years), so I figure it's time to update yet again, but this time 
     I'm just tweaking up the style a bit, not to mention adding some 
     info like stats for enemies and bosses, as well as some other   
     info, and a new Copyright section. (08/02/04)

      ---------------------
  B: |The Story Of BS Zelda|
      ---------------------

     The story according to Legend Of Zelda 1:

     "Many years ago, Prince Darkness Ganon stole one of the Triforce 
     with power. Princess Zelda had one of the Triforce with wisdom. 
     She divided it into 8 units to hide from Ganon, before she was  
     captured. Go find the 8 units, Link, to save her!" 

     The story according to me ^_^:

     There is a place called Hyrule, where everything was peaceful. 
     That is until Ganon struck loose. Ganon stole the Triforce Of 
     Power, a treasure of immense power, and plans on using it to 
     destroy Hyrule. He plans on going after the other Triforce, the 
     Triforce Of Wisdom, another powerful treasure, but Princess Zelda 
     broke that Triforce into 8 pieces which were hidden in 8 
     underground labryinths. Knowing this, Ganon capture Princess Zelda 
     and has her held captive in his dark dungeon on Death Mountain. 
     With his monsters let loose on Hyrule, a young fairy boy named 
     Link must make his way through the many realms of Hyrule, 
     defeating many monsters and exploring many underground dungeons. 
     With the help of an Old Man, Old Woman, a merchant, and a Fairy 
     Sprite, Link will go out on his most adventerous journey ever.  

      ----------------
  C: |What Is BS Zelda|
      ----------------

     BS Zelda is a remake of the classic game, Legend Of Zelda. BS 
     Zelda is made for the Super Famicom (Super Nintendo in Japan). The 
     graphic has been updated to be more 16-bit looking, and the 
     gameplay itself is much different from Legend Of Zelda 1. Levels 
     are all twisted around as well as the Overworld. BS Zelda means 
     Bantai-Sattleview, which I don't understand what that means. I do 
     know that it was a game that you could only play at certain times 
     of the day that, but you have to download the game in order to 
     play it. I hope to follow up on this as much as possible!

      ----------------------
  D: |About This Walkthrough|
      ----------------------

     This is a walkthrough for BS Zelda. I made this walkthrough  
     because I like the Zelda series. However my interest in the Zelda 
     series ended after Zelda 64: Ocarina Of Time was released. I heard 
     about BS Zelda rom GameFAQS (while looking at walkthroughs for 
     various games), and was curious. Then a friend of mine was able to 
     find it and download it for me. I played it, and beat it in a 
     week. Then I decided to make a walkthrough for the game, since 
     it's so easy to play through. 

     I hope this walkthrough will be of great help to anyone who uses 
     it. I understand that there are different versions for this game, 
     depending on what ROM you get. This walkthrough covers a good 
     portion of the game, including some spots that, I believe, weren't 
     accessable in the game (like finding the Silver Arrows in Level 8 
     and where Level 9 is). However through many emails, I have been 
     able to uncover every missing item (except the Magic Key).

      ---------------------
  E: |Control Configuration|
      ---------------------

     Controls are quite easy to figure out:

     D-PAD = Directional Pad; Let's you move your character Up, Down, 
     Left or Right.

     SELECT = Menu Screen 2; I haven't figured out what this is yet. 
     Anyone who knows, please shed some light on me

     START = Menu Screen 1; This is the Main Menu. You can select which 
     item you want, plus see other things.

     'B' BUTTON = Item Button; This shows what your current item is to 
     use. Move the cursor to select a new item. 

     'A' BUTTON = Attack Button; This shows what your current sword is. 
     You can attack with this button.

     There are two different types of configuration when playing this 
     game, the Joypad Configuration (using a controller) and the 
     Keyboard Configuration (using the Keyboard):

     JOYPAD CONFIGURATION:

     The best I can say is that this varies depending on the type of 
     controller you're using. What's listed below is the configuration 
     for if you're using a SNES-type controller:

      ----------------------------------
     |    -                        -    |
     |   | |    SELECT  START     |X|   |
     |  -   -    ----   ----    -  -  - |
     | |D-PAD|  |    | |    |  |Y|   |A|| 
     |  -   -    ----   ----    -  -  - |
     |   | |                      |B|   |
     |    -                        -    |
      ----------------------------------

     D-PAD, SELECT & START: Works normally
     'Y' Button: Acts as 'B' Button (Items)
     'B' Button: Acts as 'A' Button (Attack)

     KEYBOARD CONFIGURATION:

     The keyboard is a bit more trickier to use than the joypad. 
     However, listed below is the way I use the keyboard, which I find  
     this to be the more useful way:

     Up, Down, Right & Left Arrow: Acts as D-Pad
     '4' Key (on the Num-Pad): Acts as 'B' Button (Items)
     '2' Key (on the Num-Pad): Acts as 'A' Button (Attack)
     Space Bar: Acts as Select Button
     Enter Key: Acts as Start Button

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SECTION 2: |WALKTHROUGH|
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      ----------------------
  A: |Before The Walkthrough|
      ----------------------

     Before we get to the walkthrough section, there is one thing I 
     would like to point out first. It seems that when you play the 
     ROM, some of the numbers are actually letters. This happens in 
     shops and when you talk to the Old Man. Why this happens, I do not 
     know. But I do have a list of the letters and the numbers they 
     represent, and here they are:

     I = 1   U = 2   E = 3   S = 4   A = 5 
     V = 6   R = 7   Y = 8   Heart = 9   T = 0

     Note: This is how it shows up on my game. Not saying it will 
     happen, but it could very well be different on your end. Now onto 
     the game ^_^

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  B: |Overworld|
      ---------

           A     B     C     D     E     F     G     H
        ------------------------------------------------
     1 | [MED]-[LV8]-[-20]-[-20]-[S.C]-[+45] [S.C] [LV5]|
       |               B     |           |     |     W  | 
     2 | [+45]-[BRC]-[WRP] [+30] [MGC] [LV7] [+45]-[---]|
       |         |     |           |           |        |
     3 | [WHT] [MAN]-[HRT]-[---] [+45]-[GMB]-[---]-[MAN]|
       |   |     |           |           |           R  |  
     4 | [MAN] [MAN] [LV4] [BMB]-[S.C]-[MED]-[LV2]-[---]|
       |   |           R                 |           |  |
     5 | [---] [S.B]-[---]-[100] [LV1]-[---] [FRY] [HRT]|
       |   |     |     |     |           |     |     |  |
     6 | [---]-[---]-[MED]-[---]-[100]-[---]-[---]-[LTR]|
       |         |     |     |                 |        |
     7 | [FRY] [HRT]-[RNG]-[---]-[S.A]-[GMB]-[---]-[LV6]|
       |   |     |                 |     |     |        |
     8 | [---]-[MAN]-[LV3] [HRT]-[MAN]-[SL9]-[+30]-[WRP]|
        ------------------------------------------------

     LEGEND:

     LEVELS:
     [LV1] = Level 1      
     [LV2] = Level 2 
     [LV3] = Level 3      
     [LV4] = Level 4
     [LV5] = Level 5      
     [LV6] = Level 6
     [LV7] = Level 7      
     [LV8] = Level 8
     [SL9] = Start and Level 9

     PLAYER'S NOTE: 
     1. You get your first sword at the start of the game.
     2. There is a Heart Container where Level 6 is. Read below for 
     info.
     3. Level 6 and Level 9 can only be accessed at certain times.

     SHOPS:
     [S.A] = Shop A: Magic Sheild = 130; Key = 100; Blue Candle = 60
     [S.B] = Shop B: Arrows = 80; Blue Ring = 250; Food Bait = 60
     [S.C] = Shop C: Magic Sheild = 90; Key = 80; Food Bait = 60
     [MED] = Medicine Shop (Letter): Blue Potion = 40; Red Potion = 68    
           
     MONEY:
     [+30] = Earn 30 Rupies
     [+45] = Earn 45 Rupies (9 Blue Rupies)
     [100] = Earn 100 Rupies
     [-20] = Lose 20 Rupies (Door Repair)
     [GMB] = Gambling

     ITEMS:
     [BRC] = Bracelet
     [HRT] = Heart Container
     [RNG] = Red Ring
     [WHT] = White Sword (Need 5 Hearts)
     [MGC] = Magic Sword (Need 12 Hearts)
     [FRY] = Fairy 
     [BMB] = Bombs 

     PLAYER'S NOTE: 
     There is a place to bomb in each Fairy Pond. Do so and you will 
     get 9 Blue Rupies. 

     OTHERS:
     [MAN] = Old Man
     [WRP] = Warps (After getting the Power Bracelet)
     [---] = Nothing here

     DIRECTIONS:
     - = East To West
     | = North To South
     R = Use Raft
     B = Use Braclet
     W = Walk Through Wall

     Here's is my walkthrough for the game. Follow this in order, and 
     you should have no problem beating the game.

      --------------
  C: |Before Level 1|
      --------------

     You start your adventure in Area [F8]. When starting this game, 
     you will have 3 Hearts on you, and nothing in your inventory. For 
     a moment, you will not have control of Link. Instead, he will 
     automatically walk into the cave in this area. Inside you will see 
     an Old Man. He will say "It's dangerous to go alone, take this!"   
     and presents you with the Wooden Sword, which is your 1st Level 
     Sword. Get the sword and leave the cave, because you are now ready 
     to head to Level 1, which is at Area [E5]. From Area [F8], go east 
     1, north 2, west 1, north 1, west 1 (by crossing the bridge). Kill 
     everything in your way to earn some money. If you're low on life, 
     just head up to Area [G5] where a Fairy lives. Keep in mind, if 
     you clear a screen, leave and come back, the monsters will 
     regenerate. This will come in handy. After all this, you should be 
     in Area [E5]. Now go inside the entrance, and you will be inside 
     Level 1. 

      -----------------------
     |LEVEL 1: The Letter 'S'|
      -----------------------
     
           A     B     C     D
        ------------------------
     1 | [BMB]-[KEY]-[HRT]-[TRI]|
       |   |                    |
     2 | [---]                  |
       |   |                    | 
     3 | [KEY]                  |
       |   |                    |
     4 | [---]-[---]-[KEY]      | 
       |               |        | 
     5 |       [-?-]-[---]-[MAP]|
       |                     |  |
     6 |                   [---]|
       |                     |  |
     7 |                   [KEY]|
       |                     |  |     
     8 | [MAN]-[KEY]-[CMP]-[SRT]|
        ------------------------

     TREASURE = Bow ([B5])
     END BOSS = Aquamentis ([C1])

     LEGEND:
     [STR] = Start
     [BMB] = Bombs
     [KEY] = Key
     [MAN] = Old Man
     [CMP] = Compass
     [MAP] = Map
     [-?-] = Treasure 
     [HRT] = Heart Container
     [TRI] = Triforce
     [---] = Nothing here

     Welcome to Level 1. When starting this level, go through the door 
     on the west side. In here, there are 5 Vires, a Compass and a shut 
     door. Kill the Vires, and get the Compass. After killing the 
     Vires, the shut door will open. Go in there, and you will see 3  
     Stalfos, one of which is carrying a Key. Kill the Stalfos and get 
     the key, and continue westward. In this room, you will see an Old 
     Man. He will say "Arrows costs money to use". Leave here, and make 
     your way back to the entrance of the level. Now head upwards 
     through the north door, where you will see 5 Ropes and a locked 
     door. Kill them off to get another key, then head north again, 
     using the key on the locked door. In this new room, there are 3 
     Stalfos and another locked door. Kill the Stalfos and use your 
     other key on the locked door. There isn't anything in here to 
     collect, so there's no point of staying in here. After using the 
     key, go through the door, where there are 5 Vires and a shut door, 
     as well as the Map. Kill the Vires to open the door, and get the 
     Map, then head through the door on the west wall. 

     In here, there are 5 Gels, a shut door to the west and an open 
     door to the north. What to do, well kill the Gels, and head 
     through the west door. In here you will see 4 Spike Traps as well 
     as a staircase in the middle of the room surrounded by blocks. Get 
     around the Spike Traps and find the right switch to push so you 
     can enter the staircase. Once doing so, you should be in an 
     underground room, where there are 4 Vires and the Bow. Kill the 
     Vires and get the Bow, and leave the underground room. Now head 
     back one room east, then go north. In here, you will see 3 Red 
     Goriya's and a Key. Kill the Goriya's and get the key, then head 
     west. Once in this room, you will see 3 Gels, a block and a shut 
     door. Simple enough, kill the Gels, push the center block and the 
     door will open. Go through the door, and you will be in another 
     room. In this room, there are 6 Vires and a locked door to the 
     north. Kill the Vires and use a key on the door. Go through the 
     door and in this new room, there should be 3 Stalfos in here, one 
     of which is carrying a Key. Kill the Stalfos and get the key, and 
     use the key on the locked door to the north. In here, there are 5 
     Gels. Nothing is to be gained from in here, so just continue 
     northward through the door.

     In this room, there are 3 Red Goriya's. Kill them and you will 
     receive a set of Bombs, which will come in handy soon enough. Now 
     go in the room to the east. You should see a locked door on the 
     other side and a Key, but it seems it's too quiet. Well it's not, 
     there are 5 Wall Masters in here. Be careful not to let them grab 
     you, or else you will be taken back to the beginning of the level.  
     However kill them off to make this room easier to get through. 
     Once killing the Wall Masters, get the key, and go through the 
     locked door, where you will face your first boss, Aquamentis. When 
     in here, carefully defeat Aquamentis with either your Sword or 
     Bombs (Bombs would be easier) and get the Heart Container, which 
     you will have 4 Hearts After doing that, head to the next room to 
     the right and get the first Triforce piece. Doing this, means you 
     have offically beaten Level 1.

      --------------
  D: |Before Level 2|
      --------------

     From Level 1 entrance (Area [E5]), head east 1, south 1, east 2. 
     You should now be in Area [H6], where there is a cave. Go in the 
     cave and talk to the Old Man. He will hand you a letter and say 
     "Show this to the Old Woman". You probably already know what this 
     letter is used for, so get it and leave the cave. 

     (courtesy of The Big Hert)
     Now for another item, which has been passed up many times. From  
     your current location, head west 1, south 1, east 1, and you will 
     be at a beach. Make sure it is 0:20 on your Clock. If not run 
     around collecting money from nearby screens. Once it hits 0:20, go 
     back to the beach, and a Heart Container will just be lying on the 
     beach waiting to be picked up. Get it and you will have 5 Hearts. 

     Remember this location, because you will be back here later in the 
     game. Time to head to Level 2, so head west 1, north 1, east 1, 
     north 2, west 1. Now you should be in Area [G4]. Around you there    
     should be a couple Red Tektikes, Blue Leevers and Peahats, and a 
     giant rock in the middle. Equip your Bombs and set one on the 
     center part of the rock. This will blow open a cave entrance. Go 
     inside and you will be in Level 2.

      -------------------
     |LEVEL 2: 'T' Period|
      -------------------

           A     B     C     D
        ------------------------
     1 |       [MAN]            |
       |         |              |
     2 | [WA1]-[KEY]-[BMB]      |
       |               |        |
     3 | [MAP]-[---]-[BMB]      |
       |         |              |
     4 |       [KEY]            |
       |         |              |
     5 |       [CMP]            |
       |         |              | 
     6 |       [-?-]       [TRI]| 
       |         |           |  |
     7 |       [SRT]       [HRT]|  
        ------------------------

     TREASURE = Wooden Boomerang ([B6])
     END BOSS = Dodongo ([D6])

     LEGEND:
     [STR] = Start
     [BMB] = Bombs
     [KEY] = Key
     [MAN] = Old Man
     [CMP] = Compass
     [MAP] = Map
     [-?-] = Treasure 
     [HRT] = Heart Container
     [TRI] = Triforce
     [WA1] = Warp A (Warps from [A2] to [D7])
     [WA2] = Ends Warp A
     [---] = Nothing here

     Welcome to Level 2. From the start of this level, go through the 
     doorway to the north. In here there will be 3 Red Goriya's. Kill 
     them and you will receive the Wooden Boomerang. After getting 
     that, continue north again, where there are 5 Vires in here and 
     the Compass. Kill the Vires, and get the Compass, then head north 
     again. In this room, there are 3 Stalfos, which one of them is 
     carrying a Key. Kill them and get the Key, and use it on the 
     locked door. Go through the door and there are 6 Ropes here and 
     two doorways to go through (one shut and one open). Kill the Ropes   
     and go to the left through the shut door (which will now be open). 
     In here, there are 2 Zols and a Map. Equip your Wooden Boomerang, 
     as you will need it, and kill the Zols. After that, get the Map 
     and head back one room east.

     Now the Ropes have regenerated, so kill them off, and continue 
     east. Once in there, there is a set of Bombs in the middle of the 
     room, but nothing else. Grab the Bombs fast because after a few 
     seconds, it will fade away. After doing so, plant a bomb on the  
     wall heading north. It will open a secret pathway to the next 
     room, go through it. In this room there are 3 Red Goriya's and 
     another set of Bombs. Kill the Goriya's and use your Boomerang to 
     collect the Bombs, then go to the room on the left. There is a Key 
     here, but that's not all. There are also 6 Wall Masters here. Use 
     your Boomerang to stun them, until all 6 of them are revealed, 
     then attack them with your sword. This is the easiest way to 
     defeat these things. After doing that, get the Key, but don't go 
     to the lock door just yet. Instead bomb open the north wall to 
     reveal a secret tunnel leading to the room to the north. Go in and 
     you will see an Old Man, who says "Dodongo dislikes smoke", which 
     you probably knew that already right? 

     After this, head back down to the room you were just in, kill off 
     the Wall Masters, and head to the locked door. Use a key and enter 
     it, where you will see 4 Spike Traps, and a staircase in the 
     middle of the room, surrounded by blocks. Carefully make your way 
     around the Spike Traps and find the secret block to push. Doing so 
     will give you access to the staircase, which you will go down now. 
     This will lead you to a warp, which will take you to another part 
     of the level. Follow the warp to the other side, and you will be 
     face to face with the boss of this level, Dodongo. You should know 
     how to kill this dinosaur by now, just let loose a couple of Bombs 
     on it. Defeat Dodongo, and collect the Heart Container it drops, 
     which will give you 6 Hearts. After doing that, head north to the 
     next room to collect the 2nd Triforce Piece, which ends Level 2.

      --------------
  E: |Before Level 3|
      --------------

     With 2 levels beaten, it's time to head off to Level 3. But first, 
     there are a couple things you should do first. First off, head to 
     Area [E7], to get there from Level 2, (Area [G4]), go east 1, 
     south 2, west 1, south 1, west 2, then enter the cave. Hopefully 
     you'll have 60 Rupies on you. If so, buy the Blue Candle, because 
     you will need it to uncover some more areas. After buying the Blue 
     Candle, leave the shop, and head west 1. You should now be in Area 
     [D7], which has a few Red Octoroks and a Zola, and some trees 
     blocking the way on the other side of the bridge. Kill what you 
     can (some Octoroks may reside on the other side of the trees), and 
     equip your Blue Candle. Use it on the trees, which they will burn, 
     then disappear. After the flame disappears, head west 2. You 
     should be in Area [B7], which has 4 Blue Moblins in it and some 
     trees. When entering this area, head out the south exit to 
     Area [B8].

     Once in Area [B8], you should see 3 paths leading back up to Area 
     [B7]. You came down the 3rd path. What you need to do is head up 
     the 1st or 2nd pathway leading back to Area [B7]. Once back in 
     Area [B7], you should see two lone trees sitting by themselves. 
     Equip your Blue Candle and burn the one on the left, which will 
     reveal a staircase leading underground. You'll see an Old Man, who 
     presents you with a Red Potion, and a Heart Container, but he says 
     "Take any one you want". Obviously you'll take the Heart 
     Container, which by doing so will give you 7 Hearts. Leave the 
     cave and head south 1. Burn the lone tree on the left to reveal 
     another underground cave. Go inside and you will see another Old 
     Man who says "Northwest, southwest to the Forest Of Maze". Of 
     course this talks about the Forest Maze before the Graveyard, but 
     don't listen to this Old Man. Instead wait, because once you beat 
     Level 4, it'll be easier to get through. Leave the cave and head 
     east 1, which will take you to Area [C8]. Here you will see a cave 
     entrance. Go inside and you will be in Level 3.

      ----------------------
     |LEVEL 3: The First 'G'|
      ----------------------

           A     B     C     D
        ------------------------
     1 | [WA2]-[---]-[HRT]-[TRI]|
       |                        |
     2 | [-?-]                  |      
       |   |                    |
     3 | [---]                  |
       |   |                    |
     4 | [BMB]       [WA1]-[MAN]|
       |   |                 |  |  
     5 | [CMP]             [---]|
       |   |                 |  | 
     6 | [KEY]             [---]|
       |   |                 |  | 
     7 | [KEY]-[---]-[KEY]-[MAP]|
       |   |     |     |     |  |
     8 | [STR] [BMB]-[$45]-[-?-]|
        ------------------------

     TREASURE = Raft ([A2]), Magical Boomerang ([D8])
     END BOSS = Manhandla ([C1])

     LEGEND:
     [STR] = Start
     [BMB] = Bombs
     [KEY] = Key
     [MAN] = Old Man
     [CMP] = Compass
     [MAP] = Map
     [-?-] = Treasure 
     [HRT] = Heart Container
     [TRI] = Triforce
     [WA1] = Warp A (Warps from [C4] to [A1])
     [WA2] = Ends Warp A
     [$45] = 9 Blue Rupies
     [---] = Nothing here

     Welcome to Level 3. From the entrance, head through the north  
     door. In here, you will see 3 Zols, a Key and 2 doors, one leading 
     to the east and the other leading north. So which door to take?       
     Let's go north. Get the Key and head north. In this room, there    
     are 2 Keeses jumping around. Defeat them to receive another Key, 
     then continue northward. Once here, you will see 6 Vires and the  
     Compass. Kill the Vires and get the Compass and keep go north 
     again. Now you should see 3 Zols. Kill them and get a set of 
     Bombs. After doing that, plant a bomb on the north wall, which  
     will cause an opening leading north again. Go through the opening 
     and in here, there are 2 Keeses and 2 Zols in here, as well as a 
     locked door. Kill the Zols and Keeses and use a key on the locked 
     door. You won't get anything in here, so do as you like. Go 
     through the door, and you will see 2 Red Darknuts and a staircase.   
     Make your way to the staircase, avoiding the Darknuts. Once in the 
     staircase, you'll see the Raft, guarded by 4 Vires. Get the Raft 
     and head back to the room, then south 5 times.

     Once you are back here, head through the east door. In here there 
     are 3 Red Goriya's. Kill them if you like, but you won't get 
     anything for it. Now there are 2 doors. Instead of going through 
     the door on the right, go through the south one. Don't worry about 
     the east door, you'll get to it soon enough. Once you go south. 
     Incidentally this is one of the newer underground rooms you'll  
     come across. Anyways, there is a set of Bombs on the island in the 
     southwest corner. Don't try getting it, because your Boomerang 
     won't reach it, instead head east. Here's a treat for you, in this   
     room, there are 9 Blue Rupies (45 Rupies total). Don't worry, 
     there will be more rooms like this in much later levels. Anyways 
     you'll notice they are in the shape of an arrow, pointing upwards. 
     What do you think this means? Well, collect the Blue Rupies and 
     use a Bomb on the north wall. This will cause an opening leading 
     to the north room. In here there are 5 Vires and a Key. Not to 
     mention 2 sets of blocks forming a path in the middle. Collect the 
     Key (don't worry about the Vires) and head back to middle section 
     of this room.

     Once back here, use a key on the lock door at the other side. You 
     don't have to worry about the Vires if you don't want to. Once you 
     go through the locked door. You will see 4 Zols and a Map and 2 
     doors. Kill the Zols, and collect the Map, then head through the 
     south door. In here, there are 2 Blue Goriya's and 4 Stone 
     Statues. Kill the Blue Goriya's and you will receive the Magic 
     Boomerang, which will replace your Wooden Boomerang. Grab it and 
     head back to the previous room, then continue north. In here there 
     are 6 Spike Traps and an open door. Quickly and carefully head 
     past the Spike Traps and through the door. In this new room, there 
     are 3 Blue Goriya's, a shut door and a couple blocks in the middle 
     of the room. Kill the Blue Goriya's, and push the left block to 
     open the shut door. Go through the door. When entering this room 
     you will see an Old Man who says "I hear a voice coming from the 
     next room", which actually when you go to the next room you don't 
     hear a thing. Anyways, use a bomb on the wall, and you will open a 
     doorway, go in it. In this room, there are 3 Keeses hopping around 
     and a staircase in the middle of the room. Kill the Keese's and 
     enter the staircase. This will take you to a warp.

     Once you make your way through the warp, you will see 4 Vires and 
     a shut door in here. Kill the Vires, which will open the door way. 
     Go in the door, and you will see 2 Red Darknuts, and a locked 
     door. You won't get anything in here for killing the Darknuts, but 
     it's best to get rid of them so they won't be in your way, when 
     getting to the locked door. If they have any Bombs on them once 
     you kill them, that'll be a big help, for when you go in the next 
     room. Do as you like, then head through the locked door, using a 
     key. In here will be Manhandla, which is the End Boss of Level 3. 
     It's best to use Bombs on this thing to kill it quicker, but your 
     sword will work as well, just will take a bit longer to use. Kill 
     Manhandla, and collect the Heart Container it leaves behind. You 
     will now have 8 Hearts. After collecting it, go east and collect 
     the Triforce piece. You have now offically beaten Level 3.
 
      --------------
  F: |Before Level 4|
      --------------

     Now that Level 3 has been beaten, it's time to head to Level 4. 
     But first there is something to get that will help you out first. 
     So from Level 3 entrance (Area [C8]), head west 1, to Area [B8]. 
     Remember the 3 paths I told you about from the before in this 
     area? Well go up the 3rd one, which leads to Area [B7]. Now from 
     [B7], go north 1 (which you'll be in the Lost Woods), east 1 
     (which you'll be able to leave the Lost Woods), north 1 (remember  
     the dock in the water), then west 1. You should now be in Area 
     [B5], which has 2 Blue Octoroks and a Zola in it, as well as a 
     cave opening. At this point, make sure you have 250 Rupies on you, 
     because you will need it (which hearing the price, I'm sure you 
     know why). Go in the cave, and you will be in a shop. Buy the Blue 
     Ring for 250 Rupies, and you will better your defense by 50%. 
     Leave the cave, and head back to the dock where I told you to 
     remember (east 1 if you forgot). Go on to the dock and your Raft 
     will automatically be in affect. Once at the other side, you will 
     be in Area [C4], where you will see a Peahat and a cave entrance. 
     Go in the cave and it will take you inside Level 4.

      --------------------
     |LEVEL 4: The Big 'I'|
      --------------------

          A     B     C     D
        -----------------------
     1 |[BM+]-[K/?]-[BMB]-[MAN]|
       |              |        |
     2 |      [---]-[---]      |
       |        |     |        |
     3 |      [---] [$05]      |
       |        |     |        |
     4 |      [$05] [WA1]      |
       |        |              |
     5 |      [BMB]-[MAP]      |
       |        |     |        |
     6 |      [BMB]-[KEY]      |
       |        |              |
     7 |      [KEY] [TRI]      |
       |        |     |        |
     8 |[CMP]-[STR] [HRT]-[WA2]|
        -----------------------

     TREASURE = Flute ([B1]), More Bombs for $100 ([A1])
     END BOSS = Digdogger ([C8])
 
     LEGEND:
     [STR] = Start
     [BMB] = Bombs
     [KEY] = Key
     [MAN] = Old Man
     [CMP] = Compass
     [MAP] = Map
     [K/?] = Key & Treasure 
     [HRT] = Heart Container
     [TRI] = Triforce
     [WA1] = Warp A (Warps from [C4] to [D8])
     [WA2] = Ends Warp A
     [$05] = Blue Rupy
     [BM+] = More Bombs for $100
     [---] = Nothing here

     Welcome to Level 4. From the entrance, head through the left door. 
     In here there should be 5 Keeses and the Compass. Kill the Keeses 
     and get the Compass, then head back to the entrance. Now this time 
     head north. The room is dark so use your Blue Candle in here. 
     There are also 5 Zols in here. Kill them to get a Key. After 
     getting the Key, head north. In here, you'll see 5 Vires. Kill 
     them to receive a set of Bombs. Instead of going through the north 
     door, use a Bomb on the east wall, which will make an opening. Go 
     through it, and use your Blue Candle to light up the room. You 
     should see a Key and a waterway seperating this room. Get the Key 
     and head back to previous room, and then continue north again. In 
     this room, you'll notice the room is dark (which is a common theme 
     for this level) as well as 3 Red Darknuts. Defeat them to get a 
     set of Bombs, then go through the doorway on the right. Now you 
     will see that there are 2 Zols, 4 Spike Traps and the Map. Kill 
     the Zols if you like, and get the Map. Just be careful around the 
     Spike Traps. After this, head back to the previous room. Now make 
     your way around the Red Darknuts and head north. 

     In this room, you will see a very updated looking Moldrum. This 
     time around Moldrum is slightly tougher, but not too tough. Kill 
     it, and another one will appear. Kill both of them and you will 
     receive a Blue Rupy. After this, head north and use a key on the 
     locked door. In this room, there are 3 Zols and 2 Bubbles. You 
     won't get anything for killing the Zols, so just continue north. 
     In this room, there are 4 Vires and Spikes Traps. Nothing won't be 
     gained in here either, so just go through the door on the right, 
     using a key of course. You should see 3 Keeses. Kill them if you 
     like, but once again you won't get anything. You'll also notice a 
     locked door to the south, but don't worry about that, quite yet, 
     instead head north. In this room, you'll come across 2 Zols and 
     Like Likes, and a Bubble. If you recall the trick of letting a 
     Like Like capture you (from Legend Of Zelda 1), and use it as a 
     sheild against other enemies. Well skip that idea as well, because 
     if it captures you, it will drain your life so long as you are in 
     it. Defeat the enemies in here, and you will receive a set of   
     Bombs. 

     Now go east, where an Old Man will be at. He will say "There are 
     weak living things", which I'm guessing he's talking about the 
     Gels and Vires, but I could be wrong. Anyways, head back to the 
     previous room and this time head west. In here, there are 2 Red 
     Darknuts and a staircase surrounded by blocks. Defeat the Darknuts 
     and you will receive a Key. After getting the Key, push the secret 
     block so you can enter the staircase. Once inside, you'll be in an 
     underground area, where you will see the Flute. Actually for this 
     game, it's referred to as the Ocarina (as in Zelda 64: Ocarina Of 
     Time), but I perfer calling it the "Flute". Defeat the 4 Vires and 
     get the Flute, then head back east one room. Once back in here, 
     defeat the Red Darknuts again, to hopefully get a set of Bombs. If 
     successful, use a Bomb on the west wall to blow open a doorway. Go 
     in this room and there is another Old Man who says "I bet you'd 
     like to have more bombs", which we all know what that means! But 
     oddly enough he sells them for 50 rupies and not 100 Rupies, oh 
     well, not complaining here! Anyways buy the Bombs and you will 
     have a max of 12 Bombs, but later in the game, you'll be knocked 
     back down to 8 Bombs, which I don't know why. Now head back to the 
     previous room.

     Now you can able to get through that locked door from before. Go 
     through it and, in this room, there are 3 Zols. Kill them to get a 
     Blue Rupy, then head south once more. In here, there are 3 Vires, 
     1 Like Like and 1 Bubble, as well as a staircase. You won't get 
     anything in this room, so just head to the staircase. Doing so 
     will take you to a warp. After going through the warp, you should 
     now be in a new room. There should be 2 Red Darknuts as well as 2 
     Pol's Voices in here. You won't get anything in here, so just go 
     through the doorway on the west on wall. Once in here, you will 
     come across the End Boss for this level, which is Digdogger. Like 
     before, use your Flute to break it down. But this time, you can't 
     use your Boomerang to stun the smaller pieces, so you're stuck 
     using your Bombs and Sword. Once you have successfully beaten 
     Digdogger, collect the Heart Container it leaves behind. Now you 
     will have 9 Hearts. Now head north, and collect thr 4th Triforce 
     piece. You have now beaten Level 4.

      --------------
  G: |Before Level 5|
      --------------

     Now that you have beaten Level 4, it's time to head to Level 5. 
     But first there is a couple important items to pick up first. So 
     from Level 4 entrance (Area [C4]), head south, using your Raft to 
     get to the dock in Area [C5]. Once there, head west 1, south 1. 
     You will now be in the Lost Woods (Area [B6]), which actually 
     since you beat Level 4, this area isn't a maze anymore, which is 
     very odd. Anyways, go west 1, north 1 (Area [A5]). This is a new 
     area added to the Graveyard section (Watch out for the Lynels!). 
     What's odd is that before Level 4, this area was filled with 
     tornadoes, that if you got caught by one, it'll send you one 
     screen south (Area [A6]), but since you beaten Level 4, the   
     tornadoes are gone. 

     Anyways, make your way up north 2, and you will be in the actual 
     Graveyard (Area [A3]), but it's made up of one screen only. Pull 
     the infamous Ghini Trick if you want, after doing so, push the 
     middle tombstone in the 2nd column from the left in any direction 
     to reveal a staircase leading underground. Go in and you will see 
     an Old Man, who will say "Master using it and you can have it" and 
     he will present you with the White Sword. Assuming you have 
     followed my walkthrough up to this point, you should have enough 
     hearts to use the White Sword (it takes 6 Heart Pieces). Get the 
     White Sword and your attack power will double.

     Now you need something else before heading to Level 5. Remember 
     where you got the Blue Ring at (Area [B5])? Well get back there 
     again. Either walk or use your Flute to teleport you to Level 4 
     (which is the closest to Area [B5]) This time you need to buy a 
     Food Bait for 60 Rupies, which I'm sure you have that on you. Once 
     at Area [B5], go in the shop and buy the Food Bait for 60 Rupies, 
     then leave. Now it's time to head to Level 5. It's probably best 
     you teleport to Level 2 (Area [G4]). From there, go east 1, then 
     sail across the river from the dock. It should take you to Area 
     [H3]. You should see a cave entrance as well as 2 Blue Leevers. Go 
     in the cave and the Old Man in there will tell you "Climb the 
     cliff behind the guarded grave", which is a hint on how to get to 
     Level 5. Leave the cave and go west 1, north 1, east 1. Now you 
     should be in Area [H2]. You should see 2 Peahats, 4 sleeping Armos 
     and a grave. Nothing can be done with the grave, but if you go 
     directly north of it, you'll be able to climb (or go right 
     through) the mountain. By doing this, you should be in Area [H1]. 
     There is a cave entrance, and a Red Leever here. Kill the Red 
     Leever, and go in the cave. You will now be in Level 5.

      ----------------------- 
     |LEVEL 5: The Second 'G'|
      -----------------------

          A     B     C     D     E
        -----------------------------
     1 |[WB2]-[---]-[---]-[HRT]-[TRI]|
       |                             |
     2 |[MAN] [WA1]                  |
       |  |     |                    |
     3 |[---]-[CMP]                  |
       |  |     |                    |
     4 |[---] [FDB]       [BM+]-[WA2]|
       |  |     |                 |  |
     5 |[BMB] [KEY]             [---]|
       |  |     |                 |  |
     6 |[---] [BMB]             [-?-]|
       |  |     |                    |
     7 |[BMB] [---]-[---]-[BMB]-[KEY]|
       |  |     |           |     |  |
     8 |[W/$] [STR] [MAN]-[FRY] [MAP]|
        -----------------------------

     TREASURE = Stepladder ([E6]), More Bombs for $100 ([D4])
     END BOSS = Parta ([D1])

     LEGEND:
     [STR] = Start
     [BMB] = Bombs
     [KEY] = Key
     [MAN] = Old Man
     [CMP] = Compass
     [MAP] = Map
     [WA1] = Warp A (Warps from [B2] to [E4])
     [WA2] = Ends Warp A
     [W/$] = Warp B (Warps from [A8] to [A1]) & Blue Rupy
     [WB2] = Ends Warp B
     [HRT] = Heart Container
     [TRI] = Triforce
     [BM+] = More Bombs for $100
     [-?-] = Treasure
     [FDB] = Grumble Grumble (Need Food Bait)
     [FRY] = Fairy Pond
     [---] = Nothing here
 
     Welcome to Level 5. From the entrance, go through the north door. 
     In here, there are 2 Red Darknuts, and 2 doors, one of which is 
     locked and one that is opened. You won't get anything for killing 
     the Red Darknuts, so just go through the opened door. This is a 
     dark room so use your Blue Candle. There are also 2 Bubbles. Avoid 
     these things, and head to the door on the other side. In here 
     there are 3 Gibdos and a couple of blocks in the middle, as well 
     as a shut door. Kill the Gibdos first to receive a set of Bombs. 
     Then after getting the Bombs, push the right block to open the 
     shut door. Go through the door. In this room you will see 4 Vires,     
     1 Bubble and a Key. Get the Key and head through the south door.  
     In here you will see a dark room and the Map in the middle of it. 
     But there's more, 8 Wall Masters comes out. Defeat them for some 
     quick money. After all of that, head to the west wall and use a 
     Bomb there. You will open a doorway, so go through it, where you 
     will see, a Fairy? That's right, one of the new features for the 
     game. Fairies can be found in underground levels as well as in the 
     Overworld. They work like regular one that are at Fairy Ponds. 

     If you're low on life, go up to it, and it will refill your lost 
     life. The good thing is, these are infinite, so use these to your 
     advantage. Now head through the door on the leftside. In here 
     there is an Old Man who says "There's a secret with the soldier's 
     statue", which I think talks about the Armos that holds the 
     Braclet (which I will get to after Level 6), but I could be wrong. 
     Anyways, leave here and head back to the previous room. Once 
     there, use a bomb on the northwall, to make a doorway appear, then 
     go through it, then west 2 rooms.  Now that you have a Key on you, 
     you can use it on that locked door. Do that and go through the 
     door and you will see 4 Red Wizzrobes. Sure they don't look red, 
     but everything else is either "red" or "blue" so you do the math 
     ^_^. Anyways, defeat them and you will get a set of Bombs. Collect 
     it and head north again. In here, you should see 3 Zols and a Key 
     in the middle of the room. You can't get the Key quite yet, so 
     just kill the Zols and move on to the room to the north, where you 
     will see one of the shopkeepers from the Overworld. He will say 
     "My stomach grumbles". 

     Remember that Food Bait I told you to buy before coming here? Well 
     equip it and give it to him, and he will disappear, making way for 
     you to continue. But before you do that, let's take a moment here. 
     The Food Bait is suppose to be used on enemies (preferably a Red 
     Goriya in this case). So if that's true, why is a shopkeeper wants 
     it? And furthermore, why is a shopekeeper in an underground level 
     for? Between you and me though, it looks more like a monkey hehe. 
     He actually looks like Link, does this mean Links a fairy monkey? 
     Stuff to ponder while you're bored! Well after that moment of 
     useless talk, head north again. This room should look familiar, 
     that is if you got through Level 9 of the 2nd quest of the first 
     Zelda. Well, as well there is the Compass in here. Push the middle 
     block, and get the Compass. Then go to the left wall, use a Bomb  
     and enter through the door. Don't worry about this room for a    
     little bit, instead head back in the hole and push the block 
     again. This time head north, where you will see 2 Blue Darknuts 
     and 2 blocks in the middle of the room. Bare in mind, once you 
     step in this room, the door will shut on you. Keep this mind, when 
     coming back here. Kill the Blue Darknuts, and push the left block 
     to reveal a secret staircase. Go in the staircase and it will take 
     you to Warp A.

     Take Warp A to the other side. Once you arrive in this new room, 
     you will be greeted by 3 Gibdo's. You won't get anything for 
     killing them. Instead of going through the south door, go to the 
     west wall and use a Bomb on it. A doorway will appear, so go 
     through it and it will take you to a secret room. In here there is 
     an Old Man who will say "I'd bet you'd like to have more bombs", 
     and will sell you more Bombs for 100 Rupies. Whether you do it is 
     your choice, but after that, head back to the first room you were 
     in, then south. Now this room can be a pain. There are 3 Dodongo's 
     in here, and you're probably back to just 8 Bombs max, unless you 
     bought more, which will mean you have 12 Bombs max.  Anyways, kill 
     the 3 Dodongos. You won't get anything for it, but you will get to 
     open the door that is shut, that's on the south wall. Go through 
     that door. In here there are 2 Bubbles, as well as a staircase. 
     Avoid the Bubbles and get into the staircase. This will take you 
     to an underground area. In here, you will see the Stepladder, 
     which is of course guarded by 4 Vires. Kill the Vires and get the 
     Stepladder (this item will become very helpful from here on out). 
     After getting the Stepladder, head back to Warp A, and take it 
     back to the other side.

     Once you are back to the other side, head south 3 times. Now that 
     you have your Stepladder, you can get that Key off the center 
     portion of that room. After getting the Key head back north twice, 
     then west to. In here, there are 3 Zols, 4 Spike Traps, as well as 
     a couple doors (one locked and one opened). You won't get anything 
     in this room, so just go through the north door first. You should   
     be in a room where there is an Old Man in here. He will say "The 
     next level is at the beach", which of course he's talking about 
     Level 6, but let's finish Level 5 first. Head back to the previous 
     room, then south again, using the Key on the locked door. In here 
     there are 4 Red Wizzrobes. Kill them to receive a set of Bombs. 
     Get the Bombs and head through the door towards the south. In this 
     room, there are 6 Spike Traps, but nothing more. 

     Make your way past all of them, and continue going south. This 
     time there are 2 Blue Wizzrobes here. You won't get anything for 
     killing them, so just keep going south. In this room, there are 4 
     Vires and 2 Stone Statues in here. Kill them to get another set of  
     Bombs, and once again, go through the south door. In here, there 
     is a Red Darknut and Blue Darknut. Kill them and you will get a 
     Blue Rupy. Also notice the center block. Well push it, and a 
     staircase will appear. Get the Blue Rupy, and go through the 
     staircase. This will take you to Warp B.  Once you you get through 
     Warp B, you will end up in another part of this level. In here 
     there are 3 Gibdo's and a Bubble. Kill the Gibdo's and the shut 
     door will open. Go through it. In this new room, there are 2 Blue 
     Darknuts in here. You won't get anything for killing them, so just 
     continue going east. Now there are 3 Gibdo's and a shut door. Kill 
     the Gibdo's and push the right block to open the door, then go 
     through it. 

     You should be in the same room where you will see the End Boss of 
     this level, which is Parta. How odd that Parta would be an End 
     Boss, knowing it was only seen in Level 9 of the first Zelda game, 
     and what's even odder, is that Parta looks like a bunch of one-eye 
     flies? Anyways, defeat the Small Parta's first, then head after 
     the big one. After that, collect the Heart Container it drops, 
     which you will now have 10 Hearts, then head east. In here, you 
     will see the 5th Triforce piece. Get it and you will have beaten 
     Level 5.

      --------------
  H: |Before Level 6|
      --------------

     Well, now you are halfway through the game. Pretty fun adventure 
     isn't it. Well, after beating Level 5, you should be back in Area 
     [H1]. Remember that shopkeeper you fed inside Level 5? Well look 
     who's standing outside of the entrance! And check out what he's 
     selling, a Blue Potion for 10 Rupies. Take advantage of this deal 
     as much as you can! Anyways, not only that, but now that you have 
     your Stepladder, you can explore more of Hyrule, so let's do that 
     right now. From Area [H1], go south 1, west 1, and use a Bomb on 
     the upper wall, I'd say, close to the right side of this area. You 
     will uncover an underground cave. Go inside, and you will see 9 
     Blue Rupies (45 Rupies total). Collect them, and leave this cave.    
     
     Now go up the ladder north, and on this screen you should see a 
     doorway. Make your way around the Red Lynel, and Zola. Once 
     inside, you will see an Old Man, who will say "Right now, I'm 
     searching for the Magic Sword". Keep this in mind, because this 
     will be very important very soon. Leave the cave and head south 1, 
     east 3, south 1 (crossing the river), then south 1 again. You 
     should be in Area [H5], where there are 2 Red and Blue Octorocks, 
     a Zola and a Heart Container sitting on a dock. With your 
     Stepladder, get the Heart Container, which you will now have 11 
     Hearts. Now head south 1, west 1, south 2, west 3 (passing the 
     start of the game). You should be in Area [D8], where there is a 
     Red and 2 Blue Leevers, as well as a Zola and 2 Peahats. 

     You'll also notice a dock and some land on the other side, with a 
     cave entrance. Go to the dock and use the Stepladder to get 
     across. Go in the cave, and there will be an Old Man in there. He 
     will say "Take any one you want" and offer you a Heart Container 
     and a Red Potion. Take the Heart Container, which you will now 
     have 12 Hearts, and leave the cave. Now for something else to get. 
     Once you leave the cave, use the Flute and teleport to Level 4 
     (Area [C4]), then go south 1 (across the river), then west 1. Go 
     in the cave entrance. This is the same shop you went to, to buy 
     the Blue Ring, but this time buy the Arrow for 80 Rupies, so that 
     your Bow and Arrow set will be complete, which is important, 
     because you will need it for Level 6. Leave the cave, then use the 
     Flute to teleport to Level 1 (Area [E5]). 

     From here, go east 1, south 1, east 1, south 1, east 1. You should 
     now be in Area [H7]. Make sure your clock says 2:35 before coming 
     here. Here there will be 3 Red Leevers and a Zola, and some 
     strange looking mark on the beach, which wasn't there before hand 
     (if you explored this area already). Funny this mark looks like 
     the Flute? What could it mean? Well stand on it and play the Flute 
     and see what happens. After some rumbling, a funny looking cave 
     appears out of the water. Go inside it, and it will take you to 
     Level 6. 

      -----------------------
     |LEVEL 6: The Letter 'A'|
      ----------------------- 

          A     B     C    
        -----------------
     1 |      [MAN]      |
       |        |        |
     2 |[---]-[MAP] [TRI]|
       |  |     |     |  |
     3 |[$20]-[K/B] [HRT]|
       |  |     |     |  |
     4 |[$30] [-?-] [WA2]|
       |  |              |
     5 |[---]-[$50]-[K/F]|
       |  |           |  |
     6 |[---]-[CMP]-[$05]|
       |  |           |  |
     7 |[$30]       [WA1]|
       |  |           |  |
     8 |[STR]       [K/$]|
        -----------------

     TREASURE = Magic Wand ([B4])
     END BOSS = Gohma ([C3])

     LEGEND:
     [STR] = Start
     [KEY] = Key
     [MAN] = Old Man
     [CMP] = Compass
     [MAP] = Map
     [WA1] = Warp A (Warps from [C7] to [C4])
     [WA2] = Ends Warp A
     [HRT] = Heart Container
     [TRI] = Triforce
     [-?-] = Treasure
     [$05] = Blue Rupy
     [$20] = 4 Blue Rupies
     [$30] = 6 Blue Rupies
     [$50] = 10 Blue Rupies
     [K/B] = Key & Bombs
     [K/F] = Key & Fairy Pond
     [K/$] = Key & 2 Blue Rupies
     [---] = Nothing here
 
     Welcome to Level 6. Before I get to the walkthrough for this 
     level, it is important you finish this level very quickly, because 
     from here on out, to unlock anything further, it will be based on 
     the Clock. Anyways, from the starting room, go north. Get ready 
     for a treat, because in 6 rooms in this level, there are several 
     Blue Rupies in each, which will help rack up your money score. 
     Good thing there isn't a limit on how much money you can get!   
     Anyways, in this room there are 6 Blue Rupies (30 Rupies total). 
     Collect all 6 of them, and head north. In here there are 2 Zols   
     and Bubbles. You won't get anything in here, so just go north. 
     Don't worry, we'll come back to the locked door soon. In the room 
     you went through (another orignally designed room), there are 3 
     Ropes and 2 Vire, as well as 2 shut doors. Kill the Vire and Ropes 
     and the north door will open. Push the secret block to open the 
     other door. Go through the door you opened on the east. In here 
     there are 10 Blue Rupies scattered about (50 Rupies total). This 
     room is dark, and it would probably be best if you use your Blue 
     Candle, because this can be a tricky room to get through. Collect 
     all the Rupies and make your way to the other side. Go through the  
     door. In here is a Fairy and a Key. You can't reach the Fairy, so 
     just get the Key and head back west twice. 

     Once back in here, kill the Ropes and Vires again, and this time 
     head north. In here, there will be a Moldrom in here. Kill it, and 
     you'll receive 6 Blue Rupies (30 Rupies total). Collect them and  
     continue north. You should be in a room, where there are 4 Ropes 
     and 4 more Blue Rupies (20 Rupies total). Kill the Ropes and 
     collect the Rupies, then head north again. In here, you'll have to 
     deal with Digdogger. No this isn't the End Boss, but you will have 
     to kill it to progress further in the level. Play the Flute, and 
     kill this thing, so that the shut door will open. Go through that 
     door. In here there are 2 Pol's Voices and Like Likes, as well as 
     the Map. Don't think about using Arrows on the Pol's Voice, 
     because it won't work, so just kill them with your Sword. 
 
     After that, get the Map, and use a Bomb on the north wall, to 
     reveal a secret doorway. Go through it, and you will see an Old 
     Man, who says "Aim at the eye of Gohma", like you didn't know that 
     right? After this head back to the previous room, then continue 
     south. You will see a Key and a set of Bombs. Since the Bombs is 
     easier to get, get those first. Worry about the Key shortly. After 
     getting the set of Bombs, head south, but don't use any Bombs. 
     Instead walk right through the wall, yes the famous "walk through 
     the wall" bit is here, but only this one time in the game. Once 
     you walk through it, you will be in a secret room. No enemies 
     here, but there is a staircase in the middle of the room. 

     Go to it and it will take you to an underground area. Once in 
     there, you will see the Magic Wand, and 4 Vires guarding it. Kill 
     the Vires and get the Magic Wand, then head back above ground. 
     After doing that, head back through the wall, then north again. 
     After that go west, then south, where you got the 4 Blue Rupies 
     beforehand. Once you are back in here, use a Bomb on the east 
     wall, to reveal another pathway. Go through it, and you will be 
     back in the room before the secret room. Get the key, and head 
     back west, then south 3 times. Once back in here, use a Key on the 
     locked door, then go through it. In this room, there are 2 Pol's 
     Voices and the Compass. Get the Compass and use a Bomb on the east 
     wall, to reveal a pathway, which you will go through. In here, 
     there are 2 Zols and Vires, and a Bubble. Kill them to get a Blue 
     Rupy (5 Rupies total). Low on life? Go north and refill any lost 
     life, then head back to the room you were in. Now use a Key on the 
     door to the south, and go through it. 

     In this room, you will see 4 Spike Traps, and 4 Ropes, as well as 
     a staircase. Don't worry about the staircase, or the Ropes for 
     that matter (you won't get anything in here) just go south again. 
     In here there is 2 Blue Rupies (10 Rupies total), a Key and 2 Like 
     Likes. Don't worry about the Like Like's, just get the Rupies and 
     Key and head back to the previous room. Go in the staircase and it 
     will take you to Warp A. Once you make your way through Warp A. In 
     here there are 3 Gibdo's and a locked door. You won't get anything 
     for killing the Gibdo's, but to make it easier in here, you should 
     kill them nonetheless. After doing that, use a Key on the locked 
     door and go through it. Now you will be eye to eye with the End 
     Boss, Gohma (bad pun I know!). Equip your Bow and Arrow, and wait 
     until its eye open. One shot should do it. After that, it will 
     drop a Heart Container. Get it and you will have 13 Heart Pieces. 
     So now how much money did you rack up on this level alone? Well, 
     not including what monsters dropped, I counted 145 Rupies. Of 
     course the next level will have alot more in it! After all of 
     this, go north. You will see the 6th Triforce piece. Get it and 
     you will have beaten Level 6.

      --------------
  I: |Before Level 7|
      --------------

     Before we get to finding Level 7, there are some items to be 
     picked up first. Just as you beat Level 6, it should be 3:00 
     according to the clock. Now here's the deal, you will have 45 
     minutes to get through Level 7 and 8 as well as find three items. 
     Can it be done, that's up to you! So where are they? First let's 
     get the Power Bracelet. To get there is simple, but first there's 
     a few things that can be done along the way. You should still be 
     in Area [H7]. It should be storming, this is a must! From your 
     current location, go west 1, north 1, west 1, north 2. 

     Cross the water gap, then go west 2. You should see 4 Zolas, and a 
     set of Bombs on the island. Get close to the top of the screen and 
     equip your Boomerang. Now try and throw your Boomerang diagonal to 
     get the set of Bombs (it's not really hard to do, just press the 
     "LEFT" and "DOWN" arrow keys at the same time). After that, 
     continue north 1, west 1. Use a Bomb on the upper wall, between 
     the staircase and left side (I'd say in the middle somewheres) and 
     you will uncover a cave entrance. Go in and there will be an Old 
     Man who presents you with another Red Potion and Heart Container, 
     and says the same thing "Take any one you want". Take the Heart 
     Container, and you will have 14 Hearts. Leave the cave and head 
     west 1. You should see a cave entrance as well as 3 Blue Leevers. 
     This is a compellation of different tips I have received compiled 
     together to make the following:

     (courtesy of Justin Lowe, ChronoStriker1 and Iron Mouse)
     Go in the cave, and there will be an Old Man who says "It is lucky 
     that Armos still sleeps", which I thought if you used the Flute on 
     them, it would wake them up, but I found out I was wrong. Leave 
     the cave, then go south 1. You will see another cave entrance. Go 
     inside and the Old Man will say "Pay me and I'll talk". It will 
     only cost 10 Rupies, so go ahead. The old Man will say a variety 
     of different things each time you pay him 10 Rupies. This is what 
     he will say:

     "A room in Level 5 doesn't appear on the map"
     "The Red Candle is in the cellar in Level 7"
     "The bible sits in a secret room in Level 8"
     "For the Silver Arrow, push a block in Level 8"
     "The Power Bracelet is under 8 bodies of Armos"
     "If you can't reach it, use the Boomerang"

     (Keep in mind, he will say these things in no particular order)

     Pay attention to the fact about the Power Bracelet being under 8 
     bodies of Armos. Leave this cave, then head north 2 (using the 
     staircase), and you will see 8 dormant Armos. Keep this in mind. 
     Head west and you will see 4 Red Lynels, and some rocks in the 
     formation of an arrow. First off, use a Bomb towards the left side 
     (near the slant) and you will uncover a cave entrance. Go inside 
     and you will see 9 Blue Rupies. Get the Rupies and leave the cave. 
     It needs to be 3:08, but if not, goof around the area killing 
     enemies and collecting stuff. Once it hits 3:08 however the storm 
     will stop. Now go to the screen south of where the 8 Armos are. Go 
     back in that cave and this time the Old Man will say "Life was 
     blown into Armos". With that, all the Armos (throughout the game) 
     will be awaken. Leave the cave then head back up to the 8 Armos. 
     Push the 3rd Armos (from the left) on the top row, and underneath 
     it will be the Power Bracelet. 

     After getting the Power Bracelet. It's time to head to Level 7. 
     From Area [B2], head east 1. You will see 3 boulders blocking a 
     staircase. Push the one pointing south, to either the left or 
     right. Watch out for the Red Lynels though, they can hurt you big 
     time. Now walk up the staircase, then go east 3. Use a Bomb on the 
     upper wall, close to where it slants diagonally near the middle. 
     Watch out for falling Rocks! (pun intended) You will uncover a 
     cave entrance. Go in and there will be 9 Blue Rupies (45 Rupies 
     total). Collect them then leave the cave. After doing that, head 
     south down either staircase and you will be in Area [F2]. Here you 
     will see a cave entrance. Go inside and you will be in Level 7. 
     Since you got the Power Bracelet at 3:08, you will have exactly 17 
     minutes to find and beat Level 7. Hopefully my walkthrough for 
     Level 7 will help. 

      -------------------------
     |LEVEL 7: The Skull's Head|
      -------------------------

          A     B     C     D     E     F     G
        -----------------------------------------
     1 |      [FRY] [MAN] [MAP] [HRT]-[TRI]      |
       |        |     |     |     |              |
     2 |[WC1] [KEY]-[KEY]-[BMB] [WC2] [---]-[BMB]|
       |  |     |           |           |     |  |
     3 |[---]-[WB1] [$40] [---] [$40] [K/?]-[---]|
       |              |     |     |           |  |
     4 |[W/B]-[$40]-[K/$] [---] [F/$]-[$40]-[$05]|
       |  |                 |                 |  |
     5 |[KEY]-[---]-[BMB]-[---]-[MAN]-[CMP] [W.B]|
       |              |     |                    |  
     6 |            [WA1] [STR]-[KEY]            |
        -----------------------------------------

     TREASURE = Red Candle ([F3])
     END BOSS = Aquamentis ([E1])

     LEGEND:
     [STR] = Start
     [KEY] = Key
     [MAN] = Old Man
     [BMB] = Bombs
     [CMP] = Compass
     [MAP] = Map
     [WA1] = Warp A (Warps from [C6] to [G5])
     [W.B] = Ends Warp A & Bombs
     [WB1] = Warp B (Warps from [B3] to [A4])
     [W/B] = Ends Warp B & Bombs 
     [WC1] = Warp C (Warps from [A2] to [E2])
     [WC2] = Ends Warp C
     [HRT] = Heart Container
     [TRI] = Triforce
     [K/?] = Key & Treasure
     [K/$] = Key & 8 Blue Rupies
     [F/$] = Fairy & 5 Blue Rupies
     [FRY] = Fairy
     [$05] = Blue Rupy
     [$40] = 8 Blue Rupies
     [---] = Nothing here
 
     NOTE: Once using Warp B, you will end up in [A4]. When you do get 
     there, there will be no way to go through the warp. So Warp B is 
     just a one-way warp. 

     Welcome to Level 7. Pay close attention, this level can be 
     confusing.  At the entrance, there are 2 ways to go, north or 
     east. How about we go east. Do so, you will see 3 Blue Darknuts 
     and a Key. Try to avoid the Blue Darknuts if you can, and just get 
     the Key. After which, head back to the previous room, then head   
     north. In here, it is dark, so use your Blue Candle. There are 
     also 3 Gibdo's and a Bubble in here. You won't get anything from 
     killing the Gibdo's so just go through the east door. In here 
     there will be an Old Man who says "If you're to fight Ganon, find 
     the Silver Arrow" like we didn't know this right? Notice how "If" 
     is spelled, messed up don't you think ^_^. Anyways, head east 
     again where, there will be 3 Red Wizzrobes and the Compass. Kill 
     the Wizzrobes if you like, and get the Compass, then head back to 
     Back west 2 rooms. Once back here, head west once more, where you 
     will see a Bubble, 4 Spike Traps and a set of Bombs. Get the set 
     of Bombs, and carefully make your way to the locked door. Use a 
     key to open it, and go through it. In this room, you will see 2 
     Blue Wizzrobes as well as Bubbles. You'll also see a staircase. 
     You won't get anything in here, for killing the Blue Wizzrobes, so 
     go to the staircase. It will take you to Warp A.

     Once you go through Warp A, in this new room, you will be greeted     
     by 3 Red Wizzrobes. Kill them if you like, you will get a set of 
     Bombs for your efforts. Now this is just weird. There are 2 Partas 
     (side by side mind you), and they are flying around like flies. 
     Double trouble indeed, but it's not too tough, because they start 
     doing some circle manuver, which makes it easy to kill them. Do so 
     and you will receive a Blue Rupy (5 Rupies total). You'll notice a 
     door to the north opening, but don't go that way. Instead use a 
     Bomb on the west wall, which will open a secret doorway, leading 
     to a secret room (there are 6 secret rooms in this level). In this 
     secret room, you will see 8 Blue Rupies (40 Rupies total) just 
     sitting here. Collect the Blue Rupies, and  continue going west. 
     You will end up in another secret room by doing this.
 
     And in here there are 5 Blue Rupies (25 Rupies total) and a Fairy 
     in the middle of the room. Collect the Blue Rupies, and heal 
     yourself with the Fairy, then head north. This is the third secret 
     room you'll come across. In here there will be 8 more Blue Rupies 
     (40 Rupies total) waiting to be collected. Collect them, then use 
     a Bomb on the east wall to blow open a pathway to the next room. 
     In here you will see 4 Vires, a shut door and a Key between 2 sets 
     of blocks forming a path, and a staircase on the north side of the 
     blocks. What to do, well, get the Key first, then kill the Vires 
     and the door will open. What about the staircase? We'll get to it 
     soon. Now go through the door. Easy enough room to get through. 
     Nothing is in here, so push the center block, and go north. Use a 
     key on the locked door, and go through it.
 
     In this room, there will be 3 Blue Darknuts in here, and an open 
     door to the left. Kill the Blue Darknuts to get a set of Bombs, 
     then head through the door on the left. Now you should see a Like 
     Like, Bubble and 2 Red Wizzrobes. You won't get anything in here 
     if you kill the Red Wizzrobes and Like Like, so instead, just use 
     a Bomb on the south wall, which will open a pathway back to the 
     previous. Now you will be able to get into the staircase. Once you 
     get in the staircase, you will be in an underground area, where 
     you will see the Red Candle. Get it and it will replace your Blue 
     Candle, then head back through Warp A. Once you get back to the 
     room where Warp A originated from, go north, then head through the 
     door on the left. In here, well, there isn't anything in here. No 
     items, no enemies. With it being a dark room, kinda makes it 
     creepy. Anyways, head across the room to the other side, and go 
     through the door. In here, there are 3 Gibdo's, 2 Zols, and a Key 
     (what you think I would say a "partridge and pare tree"). Kill the 
     Gibdos and Zols if you want, then collect the Key. After doing    
     that, head north. 

     In here, you will see 2 Blue Darknuts and Stone Statues. Kill the 
     Blue Darknuts for a set of Bombs. Then use a Bomb on the east 
     wall, to make way for a pathway leading to another set of secret 
     rooms. In the first one, there will be 8 Blue Rupies (40 Rupies 
     total) in here. Collect them and continue east. This second room 
     also has 8 Blue Rupies (40 Rupies total) as well as a Key. Collect 
     the Blue Rupies and Key, and head north. In this final secret 
     room, there's 8 more Blue Rupies in here (40 Rupies total). 
     Collect them, then head back to the room directly north of the 
     room you started this level in. Once you are back in this room, 
     head north. There are 6 Vires, and a locked door, but you won't 
     get anything for killing the Vires. So instead use a Key on the 
     locked door at the north and go in it. There's 2 Bubbles in this 
     room, but nothing else, so just keep going. In here, there are 2 
     Blue Wizzrobes and Zols, and a Bubble. Kill the Blue Wizzrobes and 
     Zols for a set of Bombs, then head north. In here, there will be 2 
     Blue Darknuts, a Bubble, and the Map. Kill the Blue Darknuts to 
     open the shut door, then get the Map, then head back to the 
     previous room. 

     Once you are back here, use a Bomb on the west wall, to open 
     secret pathway. Go in the hole, and once you are in this new room, 
     you will see 2 Red Darknuts and Gibdo's and a Key. This is a dark 
     room, so you may want to use your Red Candle. Kill the Gibdos and 
     Red Darknuts if you like, then get the key, then head through the 
     north door. There will be an Old Man in here who says "The 
     Triforce has to be complete to defeat Ganon". What I find funny 
     about this game, is it always states the obvious lol. Anyways, 
     after this, head back to previous room, then use a Key on the 
     locked door, and go through it. In here, there will be 3 Red 
     Wizzrobes, a Blue Wizzrobe and a Key. Try to avoid the Wizzrobes 
     and get the Key, then head north. Now you should see a Fairy in 
     here, so refill any lost life in here, then head back to the 
     previous room, then head south from there. In this room, you will 
     see 3 Gibdo's and a Bubble. Kill the Gibdo's and then push the 
     right block to open the shut door. You will also cause a staircase 
     to appear, but don't go in it. 

     It leads to Warp B, which if you take this warp, it will lead to a 
     room, which has no warp back. So you would have to go all the way 
     around just to get to your current position. Instead go through 
     the open door on the left. In this room, there are 4 Spike Traps 
     and a locked door. Use a Key on the locked door, and go through 
     the door way. You will now be up against Manhandla. No this isn't 
     the End Boss, but that will be coming up very shortly. Kill 
     Manhandla with your Bombs or Sword, then push the secret block to 
     uncover a staircase. Go in it, and it will take you to Warp C. 
     Once you make it through Warp C, you will see 4 Vires, and a shut 
     door. Kill the Vires, and the door will open. Go in it and you 
     will be up against the End Boss, which is Aquamentis again. This 
     Aquamentis will be a bit tougher to kill than the first one, but 
     kill it and it will drop a Heart Container. Collect it, and you 
     will have 15 Hearts, then go into the room on the right. In here, 
     collect the 7th Triforce piece and you will have beaten Level 7.

      --------------
  J: |Before Level 8|
      --------------

     (courtesy of Iron Mouse)
     There is one more Triforce piece to get, and that's in Level 8.  
     But before we do that, we got some running around to do first, and 
     fast! From outside of Level 7, equip your Flute and teleport 
     yourself to Level 5. This shouldn't take long to do. Once there, 
     go south 1, west 1, south 1, west 2, north 1. You should be in 
     Area [G4]. This should look familiar, because it's where that Old 
     Man was who was talking about the Magic Sword. Go in the cave and 
     he will now say "The strongest sword is the Magical Sword" and 
     present you with the Magic Sword. Get it then leave the cave, 
     because there is more work to be done. Equip the Flute once more, 
     and teleport yourself to Level 4. From the entrance, go down 1, 
     right 1. Equip your Red Candle, and burn the corner tree. A 
     staricase will appear. Go in it, and you will see a friendly 
     Moblin who will say "It's a secret to everyone". Get the Rupy in 
     the middle, and the Moblin will give you 100 Rupies. Now leave the 
     cave quickly and go down 1, left 1, down 1, and then you will be 
     in Area [C7]. 

     You should see 2 Armos standing there. Push the one on the left 
     and a staircase leading to a cave will appear. Enter the cave and 
     you will see an Old Man who will say "Let us grant you this Red 
     Ring" and will present you with the Red Ring. Now get it and leave 
     the cave. Now if you did as I said, it should be 3:28 (give or 
     take a minute). This means you have exactly 17 minuntes to find 
     Level 8 and beat it, before you can beat the final level. So equip  
     your Flute again, and teleport to Level 7. Once there, go up the 
     staircase, then head west 4, which you should be in Area [B1]. 
     There should be 2 Red Lynels and a Blue Lynel as well as a Blue   
     Leever. You will also see 2 giant rocks, which actually looks like 
     Spectacle Rock from Legend Of Zelda 1. Anyways, use a Bomb on the 
     left giant rock, and a cave entrance will appear. Go in and you 
     will be in Level 8. Don't waste time though, because you have only 
     17 minutes to beat the level in.
 
      -------------------
     |LEVEL 8: Down Arrow|
      -------------------

          A     B     C     D     E
        -----------------------------
     1 |      [TRI] [---]-[MAN]      |
       |        |     |     |        |
     2 |      [HRT] [BMB] [---]      |
       |        |     |     |        |
     3 |      [---]-[---]-[WA2]      |
       |                             |
     4 |      [WA1] [---]-[---]      |
       |        |     |     |        |
     5 |      [---]-[---] [MAP]      |
       |        |     |     |        |
     6 |[FRY]-[CMP]-[---]-[BMB]-[MAN]|
       |        |     |     |        |
     7 |      [---]-[KEY]-[?/$]      |
       |              |              |
     8 |            [S/?]            |
        -----------------------------

     TREASURE = Silver Arrow ([C8]), Magic Book ([D7])
     END BOSS = Blue Gohmas ([B2])

     LEGEND:
     [S/?] = Start & Treasure
     [KEY] = Key
     [MAN] = Old Man
     [BMB] = Bombs
     [CMP] = Compass
     [MAP] = Map
     [WA1] = Warp A (Warps from [C6] to [G5])
     [WA2] = Ends Warp A
     [HRT] = Heart Container
     [TRI] = Triforce
     [FRY] = Fairy
     [?/$] = Treasure & 8 Blue Rupies
     [---] = Nothing here
 	
     Welcome to Level 8. This is a first for Zelda games, atleast in my 
     opinion. In the room you start this level in, push a certain block  
     to uncover a staircase leading underground. Go inside it and you  
     will see the Silver Arrows, which is guarded by 4 Vires. Of course 
     it's been rumored that these don't exist in this game, but they 
     do! You need these to beat Ganon in Level 9, so go collect them 
     and head back up to starting room. Once back here, head north. In 
     here there will be 3 Zols. Defeat them to receive a Key, then use 
     a Bomb on the east wall to reveal a pathway. Go in here and you 
     will see 8 Blue Rupies (40 Rupies total) and the Magic Book just 
     laying out here. Sorry this is the only room with lots of Rupies, 
     which sucks! Collect the Blue Rupies and Magic Book, then head 
     back to the previous room. Once back in here, head west, where you 
     will see 3 Gibdo's and Spike Traps. You won't get anything for 
     killing the Gibdo's, so just go through the other doorway heading 
     north.

     In this room, you will see just the Compass, but nothing more. 
     Easy room? Well, it seems that there are blocks hidden in here, to 
     make it difficult to get through. Don't use your Red Candle, 
     because they won't appear. Anyways grab the Compass, and use a 
     Bomb on the west wall to reveal another pathway. Go through the 
     pathway, and in the next room  there will be a Fairy. Refill any 
     lost life, then head back to the previous room. Once back in there 
     continue going east. In this room, there is 2 Red Wizzrobes, and a 
     Blue Wizzrobe. You won't get anything in here for killing the 
     Wizzrobes, so just keep going east. In this room, you will see a 
     Dodongo. Use your Bombs on it, and you will receive a set of Bombs 
     in exchange. Now head through the locked door, using a Key of 
     course. In this room, you will see an Old Man, who says "Use the 
     sword to stop Ganon, then shoot an arrow" which you know that 
     right? 

     Now head back to the previous room, and then head through the door 
     thats open on the north side. Now this is another originally 
     designed room. In here are 5 Vires and the Map. Use your Boomerang 
     to kill the Vires, then push the secret block out of the way so 
     you can get the Map and continue north. Here's another originally 
     designed room. But this time there are 3 Red Wizzrobes and a Blue 
     Wizzrobe. You won't get anything for killing them, so quickly make 
     your way around this room to the doorway on the west side. Go 
     through it and in the new room, there are 3 Red Darknuts. You 
     won't get anything here either, but it's best to kill them so they 
     can be out of the way, because this can be a tight room to get 
     through. Go through the other door. There will be 3 Like Likes and 
     a Bubble, but you won't get anything in here for killing the 
     Bubbles, so just go through the door on the west side. In this 
     room, there are 2 Blue Darknuts, but like before, nothing in here 
     to get once you kill them. So just go through the north door. In 
     here you will see Parta, and a block in the center. Kill Parta 
     first then push the block out of the way. You won't get anything, 
     but you will get a staircase to appear. Go in it, and it will take 
     you to Warp A.

     Once you get through Warp A, you will be in a new room. In here, 
     you will notice it looks like the same room a Triforce piece would 
     be in, but there isn't a Triforce piece here? With this, simply go 
     north and in here there are 4 Spike Traps, but nothing more. 
     Carefully make your way around them and continue going north. In 
     here, there is an Old Man who will say "The man next door can show 
     you to the arrow", which since I told you where the Silver Arrows 
     were, this would seem pretty pointless. Either way go through the 
     door on the west side. When you go in here, and stand along the 
     wall, 6 Green Wall Masters will come out. Be careful, because if 
     they grab you, they will take you back to the room where you start 
     this level off at. You won't get anything for killing them, so 
     just go through the door to the south.

     In this room, there are 3 Dodongos in here, so make sure you have 
     plenty of Bombs. Kill them to receive a set of Bombs and the south 
     shut door will open. Go through it and you will see Aquamentis 
     now. This Aquamentis however is a bit tough. It will start off as 
     green, then go to blue, then red. It's best just to use your sword 
     on it. You won't get anything for killing it, but the shut door 
     leading west will open. Go through it and you will see a very  
     weird looking monster in here shooting fireballs at you. However 
     I'm not sure what it's called. You won't get anything for killing 
     it, so just go north. In this room, you will be against the End 
     Boss which is 2 Blue Gohmas. This can be tough since there are 2 
     of them, but it shouldn't be too hard. Equip your Bow and Arrow 
     and shoot each of them 2 times in the eye. Once they are killed, a 
     Heart Container will appear. Get it and you will have 16 Hearts. 
     Now go through the door to the north. Here will be the final 
     Triforce piece. Collect it and you will have the whole Triforce 
     completed. Now it's time to face Ganon in Level 9. And where it 
     is, is in the most unlikely of places.

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  K: |Before Level 9|
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     Well all 8 pieces have been collected, now it's time for Level 9, 
     and you need to get there before 3:45. Once outside of Level 8, 
     equip your Flute again, and this time teleport to Level 6. Once 
     back at Level 6, go west 2, south 1, and you will be in Area [H6]. 
     If this place looks familiar, it should, because this is where you 
     started the game at. Now it must be 3:45 (which it will be 
     storming at that time). If it hasn't hit that time, go around in 
     the area collecting money or stuff. But once it hits 3:45, go in 
     the cave, and the Old Man will say "Heed my words" (which this is 
     what he'll say everytime you come in here). Keep in mind, it must 
     be 3:45, not a minute more, not a minute less, before you can 
     enter Level 9.

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     |LEVEL 9: Ganon's Cave|
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          A
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     1 |[ZEL]|
       |  |  | 
     2 |[GAN]|
       |  |  |
     3 |[TRI]|
       |  |  |
     4 |[STR]|
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     TREASURE = Princess Zelda ([A1]) 
     END BOSS = Ganon ([A2])

     LEGEND:
     [STR] = Start
     [TRI] = Triforce
     [GAN] = Ganon
     [ZEL] = Princess Zelda
 
     Welcome to the final level, Level 9. Now oddly enough, you don't 
     have to have all 8 Triforce Pieces in order to access this level, 
     just 6. But it would be more appropriate to have all 8 ^_^. When 
     you come in the cave this time, it will be counted as the starting 
     room. This is the shortest level in the whole game, because it's 
     made up of 4 rooms. Once in the cave, the Old Man from before, 
     will be unconscious and lying on the ground. Then suddenly the 
     room goes dark, and Ganon will appear, taking the Old Man away. 
     Once the room lights up, and huge hole is on the north wall. So 
     now the time has come to kill Ganon. From the starting room, head 
     north. In here, you will hold up the Triforce piece which will act 
     like a key, to open the doorway leading northward. Go in the 
     doorway. There's Ganon, and he will laugh at you, then disappear. 
     Now the games begin! Kill Ganon the same way as before with your 
     Magic Sword. Once he turns blue, use the Silver Arrows on him. One 
     hit from that will kill him for good. Here's a helpful hint, stand 
     beside the left side of the door on the north. You will take 
     little, if any damage here, and you can kill Ganon easily. 

     Once you killed Ganon, you will get the Triforce back and both 
     doors will open. Now go through the north door. Here you will see 
     Princess Zelda sleeping, surrounded by 4 Blue Flames. Take out the 
     flames with your Sword, and go up to the Princess who will be 
     awaken! She will say "Listen to my voice. Thank you!" and you will    
     head to the starting room together. Once there, you will see the 
     Old Man again who says "If the spears have crossed, then do it 
     again" which I guess he means, if the time has come to fight Ganon    
     again, then do it. Now leave Level 9, and you will have offically 
     beaten BS Zelda! Congradulations! Once you have beaten the game, a 
     new quest won't start like the first Zelda game. Instead once you 
     hit START (or whatever button you have it set for), it will just 
     take you back to the main screen, and you can start where you last 
     saved at! Again good job on beating this, very hard to find game.

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SECTION 3: |THE GOODIES|
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  A: |The Items|
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     1. Heart: For every Heart you get, your life is refilled by one 
     Heart Container.
 
     2. Container Heart: For every Container Heart you get, your life 
     increases by one Heart. You start off with 3 Hearts. Even though 
     normal max is 16, I've only gotten as high as 15 Container Hearts.
 
     3. Fairy: There are two types of Fairies. One you can get from 
     enemies, which will refill your life by 3 Heart Containers. The 
     other resides at Fairy Ponds and in some underground levels, they 
     refill all your life. Below is a list of where some Fairies are 
     secretly hidden.
 
     4. Stopwatch: Whether you get this above ground or under, get the 
     Stopwatch, and all your enemies wil be frozen. Once you leave the 
     screen, the Stopwatch will wear off.
 
     5. Rupies: This is the currency of the game. There are two types 
     of Rupies, Red and Blue. Red one gives you 1 Rupy, and Blue gives   
     you 5 Rupies. 

     6. Letter and Blue & Red Potions: Get the Letter, and give it to 
     the Old Woman, and you will be able to buy either a Blue or Red 
     Potion from her. Both potions can be used to refill any lost life. 
     Blue ones can be used once, and Red ones can be used twice.
 
     7. Food Bait: My description (because I believe the instruction 
     manual is way off on it) is that if you give this to a character 
     underground, he will make way for you to continue onward.
 
     8. Sword, White Sword and Magical Sword: These are your main 
     weapons you'll get in the game. Each time you get a new sword, it 
     doubles the power of the previous sword. You start off with the 
     Sword, and then you will get White Sword, which takes 5 Hearts to 
     get. The Magical Sword is the final sword, and it takes 12 Hearts 
     to get. 

     9. Magical Sheild: This is an upgrade from your regular Sheild, 
     which helps protects you from most enemies attacks.
 
     10. Boomerang and Magical Boomerang: This weapon can be thrown at 
     your enemies to stun them, and can also pick up items left behind. 
     The Boomerang can only travel halfway across the screen, and the 
     Magical Boomerang can travel the length of the screen.
 
     11. Bomb: Very powerful item. This can kill most enemies very   
     easily, as well as be used to uncover secret pathways and caves.
 
     12. Bow: This is used to shoot arrows at your enemies. This item 
     is useless without the Arrows.
 
     13. Arrow and Silver Arrows: Used to kill some enemies, mainly 
     Pol's Voices. Arrows can also be used to collect items that are 
     left behind. Only difference is the Silver Arrows can kill Ganon 
     only.
 
     14. Blue and Red Candle: This can be used in a number of ways. You   
     can kill enemies with it, uncover secret caves and light up dark  
     rooms. The Blue Candle can be used only once per screen, and the 
     Red Candle can be used more than once per screen.

     15. Blue and Red Ring: Get either of these and they will increase 
     your defense. The Blue Ring will double your normal defense, and 
     the Red Ring will double the defense of the Blue Ring.
 
     16. Power Braclet: Get this item and you will be able to push 
     certain blocks out of the way. Some of which you will be able to 
     get to secret warps.
 
     17. Flute: Use this item to send you to beaten levels, as well as    
     uncover certain things. It can also be used to defeat a certain 
     enemy.
 
     18. Raft: This can only be used twice, but do so and you can sail 
     across the river. Note these can only be used at docks.
 
     19. Stepladder: Very useful item. Use the Stepladder to get over  
     small gaps. This can also be helpful when fighting enemies.
 
     20. Magic Rod and Book: Just like Wizzrobes attacks, you can send 
     out magic waves at your enemies by using the Magic Wand alone. 
     Collect the Magic Book and you will be able to launch fire at your 
     enemies. 
 
     21. Key and Magic Key: Use these to unlock doors in underground 
     levels. The Magic Key and you will have an unlimited supply of 
     keys, however the Magic Key is the only item not in the game.
 
     22. Map: This will show out the layout of the level, to help you 
     get around easily.
 
     23. Compass: This will show you where the Triforce piece for that 
     level is located.
 
     24. Triforce: These signify the end of the level. There are 8 of 
     these to collect. Get them all, and you will be able to fight 
     Ganon. 

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  B: |Show Me The Fairy|
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     As I said before, it seems that there are some secret locations 
     where Fairies like to hide. Below is a list of where they are at, 
     and how to get them. Keep in mind these are infinite and you must 
     have the Magic or Dream Boomerang, because of the distance.

     (courtesy of MattyXB and his mother)

     1. Area [E3]: Go to the screen just south of where the Magic Sword 
     is. Use the Boomerang and hit the tombstone, and a Fairy will 
     appear. 

     2. Area [B4]: This where an Old Man is in the cave. Just throw the 
     Boomerang against the rock on the small island, and 2 Fairies will 
     appear.

     3. Area [D5]: This is where you get 100 Rupies free. Throw the 
     Boomerang at the nearby small island and a Fairy will appear.
     
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  C: |The Clock|
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     As you can tell there is a Clock in the game, and it plays an 
     important role in BS Zelda. At certain times of the Clock, certain 
     things happens, like certain items will be available, or certain 
     levels will open up. However when I say something about "on the 
     screen", that means the screen you are currently on only, not the 
     next one. Below is a list of what time everything happens. Keep in 
     mind, that the Clock is just like a normal clock (60 seconds = 1 
     minute, 60 minutes = 1 hour). Keep this in mind, because this is 
     very important.

     (courtesy of The Big Hert)
     0:00 Hour: (0 to 1 Triforce Piece found)
     0:00 = Start of the game
     0:10 = Shooting Sword (see below)
     0:15 = End of Shooting Sword
     0:18 = All enemies on the screen die
     0:20 = Heart Container in Area [H7]  
     0:28 = Heart Container in Area [H7] disappears
     0:33 = A single Fairy will appear
     0:35 = Every enemies will give a Blue Rupy or Fairy
     0:38 = All enemies on the screen die
     0:40 = Enemies giving a Blue Rupy or Fairy ends
     0:43 = Stopwatch (see below) 
     0:45 = Infinite Bombs (see below)
     0:53 = Infinite Bombs ends

     1:00 Hour: (2 to 3 Triforce Pieces found)
     1:12 = A single Fairy will appear
     1:19 = All enemies on the screen die
     1:25 = Stopwatch effect
     1:30 = Red Candle (see below)
     1:33 = All enemies on the screen die
     1:35 = A single Fairy will appear
     1:38 = Red Candle ends
     1:47 = Stopwatch 

     2:00 Hour: (4 to 5 Triforce Pieces found)
     2:00 = Storm ends
     2:10 = Blue Potion sold for 10 Rupies outside of Level 5
     2:14 = All enemies on the screen die
     2:20 = Infinite Bombs
     2:25 = All enemies on the screen die
     2:27 = Stopwatch
     2:28 = Infinite Bombs ends
     2:30 = Rocks stops falling
     2:32 = Max Heart Containers (see below)
     2:34 = End of Blue Potion sale
     2:35 = Level 6 is accessable
     2:37 = A single Fairy will appear
     2:39 = A single Fairy will appear
     2:42 = Max Heart Containers ends
     2:45 = Dream Boomerang (see below)
     2:48 = Stopwatch
     2:50 = Rocks will begin to fall
     2:50 = Storm begins
     2:55 = Dream Boomerang ends

     3:00 Hour: (6 to 8 Triforce Pieces found)
     3:00 = A sounder will appear when a hidden cave is near.
     3:08 = Storm ends
     3:08 = Armos awakens
     3:10 = Half Price Stores (pun intended hehe)
     3:19 = All enemies on the screen dies
     3:20 = Half Price Stores ends
     3:21 = All enemies on the screen dies
     3:25 = Magic Sword and Red Ring are accessable
     3:35 = Magic Sword and Red Ring disappear
     3:35 = Sounder ends
     3:40 = Shooting Sword, Infinite Bombs, Dream Boomerang effect
     3:45 = Storm begins
     3:45 = Armos goes to sleep
     3:45 = Level 9 accessable (only for 1 minute)

     I have no idea what effects the clock has after 3:45, but if 
     anyone wants to share, go for it. Also, when it starts storming, 
     all Red Octoroks will turn into Red Darknuts for the duration of 
     the storm.

     Also, wanna beat the game much faster. Well here's a couple codes 
     I got from an email I got. It's a code to where you can adjust the 
     clock to your liking. A couple things though, if you choose to 
     start at 4:00, all the special abilities and unlockable stuff will 
     take place as if it's 0:00, just add 4 hours to whatever is listed 
     above, and you'll know what will occur when. Also, I'm unsure what 
     will happen between 3:45 and 4:00, if someone wants to fill me in, 
     go for it!

     (courtesy of Andy Goth)
     Useful PAR (Pro-Action Replay) Codes:

     7FFFF9hh - Set the Hour
     7FFFFFmm - Set the Minute
     hh and mm must be specified in hexidecmial. Let's say we want to    
     fast forward or rewind to 3:45 and make the clock stop there.

     The Hour Code is easy since the only useful hours are 0 through 3.     
     The Code would be: 7FFFF903.

     For the Minutes Code, convert 45 to hexidecimal. Divide 45 by 16   
     to get 2 13/16ths. Use 2 for the high nibble (first digit) and 13 
     for the low niblle (last digit). 13 expressed in hexidecimal is D. 
     So the Code would be: 7FFFFF2D.

     Here's a chart for the hexidecimal coding:

     Dec = Hex | Dec = Hex | Dec = Hex | Dec = Hex
     ----------|-----------|-----------|-----------
      0  =  0  |  4  =  4  |  8  =  8  | 12  =  C
      1  =  1  |  5  =  5  |  9  =  9  | 13  =  D
      2  =  2  |  6  =  6  | 10  =  A  | 14  =  E
      3  =  3  |  7  =  7  | 11  =  B  | 15  =  F

     Back to me now. I've only tested out the 3:45 to see if it works, 
     and it does. I'm not totally sure about the rest of the coding 
     though. You wanna give it a try, go right ahead. If you come 
     across anymore secrets pertaining to this, please let me know! 
     Also if this causes your game to crash/erase, my apologies. I do 
     not know if this will happen (it may not happen at all), but just   
     incase it does, I have no explanation to how it can be fixed. ^_^

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  D: |The Power-Ups|
      -------------

     Amongst the Clock, there are a few special abilites you can use 
     for a short period of time. Below is a list of those abilities:

     1. Dream Boomerang: My personal favorite. It is the combined power 
     of both Boomerangs, and can damage/kill the majority of enemies.   
     Doesn't work on Bosses.

     2. Infinite Bombs: Another personal favorite. It's as it says, 
     you'll have an endless supply of Bombs for a short amount of time.    
     Use this to your advantage. Once this abilities time is up, you'll 
     go back to however many bombs you had prior to acquiring this 
     ability.

     3. Shooting Sword: No matter what your life is, you can shoot out 
     beams of energy from your sword, just like if you were at full 
     health.

     4. Max Heart Containers: For a time, you will have 16 Hearts on      
     your life, regardless how many you had beforehand. Once this 
     ability goes away, you will go back to the number of Hearts you   
     had prior to acquiring this ability.

     5. Red Candle: Just like the item, you will have unlimited uses of 
     your candle, for a few moments. Really helpful if you are trying   
     to find underground caves under trees.

     6. Stopwatch: Just like the item, a Stopwatch will appear freezing 
     all enemies on the screen. This will only happen on the current 
     screen you are on.

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SECTION 4: |THE BADDIES|
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     Use these charts when facing any enemy or boss. It will help you 
     prepare for battle. Difficulty ranges from 1 - 5 (1 being easy, 5 
     being hard). Also I decided to mention how much it takes to kill   
     the enemies, as well as how much damage they (and their attack)  
     can do to you. It will be read based on the following:
   
     Defense = Shows how much damage they will do to you, depending on 
     what ring you may (or may not) be using. NOTE: +0.5 means they  
     take half a heart from you. Any negative numbers means how many 
     hits they can do to you, before taking half a heart from you.
   
     Offense = Shows how much it will take for you to kill them, 
     depending on what sword you may be using.
   
     Attack = Shows what attack the enemy will do to you.
   
     Let's look at the first monster as an example, Red Tektike. The 
     stats are as followed:
     Defense: NO RING: +0.5/BLUE: -2/RED: -4
     Offense: WOODEN: 1/WHITE: 1/MAGIC: 1

     Defense plays out like this: If you are wearing no ring, then it 
     will take 1/2 Heart from you. However if you are wearing the Blue  
     Ring, it can hit you twice before doing any damage to you. And if 
     you're wearing the Red Ring, it can hit you four times before 
     doing damage to you. Offense works out this way: In this case, you 
     can hit it with any sword once and that will kill it. However 
     other monsters may vary, depending on the number of hits shown.

     This part is how you read the chart below each section.
     Swd = You can use a Sword on an enemy
     Bmb = You can use a Bomb on an enemy
     Cnd = You can use a Candle on an enemy (don't matter which one)
     Wnd = You can use the Magic Wand on an enemy (as a Sword)
     Mgc = You can shoot magic attacks at an enemy
     Arw = You can use an Arrow on an enemy (have Bow first)

     Some items has the equavilent of the swords. Those items are:

     Wooden Sword: Blue or Red Candle, Magic Wand
     White Sword: Arrow or Silver Arrow
     Magic Sword: Bombs

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  A: |The Overworld Enemies| 
      ---------------------  

     These are monsters found on the overworld.

     1. RED TEKTIKE
        Difficulty: 2
        Defense: NO RING: +0.5/BLUE: -2/RED: -4
        Offense: WOODEN: 1/WHITE: 1/MAGIC: 1
        Attack: None
        These are spiders that hop around, making it difficult to kill 
        them, but not that hard. 
 
     2. BLUE TEKTIKE
        Difficulty: 2
        Defense: NO RING: +0.5/BLUE: -2/RED: -4
        Offense: WOODEN: 1/WHITE: 1/MAGIC: 1
        Attack: None
        Same as the Red Tektike, but not as fast.
 
     3. RED OCTOROK
        Difficulty: 1
        Defense: NO RING: +0.5/BLUE: -2/RED: -4
        Offense: WOODEN: 1/WHITE: 1/MAGIC: 1
        Attack: Shooting Rocks
        These are octopus like creatures that will shoot out rocks at 
        you. Not too difficult to kill. 
 
     4. BLUE OCTOROK
        Difficulty: 1
        Defense: NO RING: +0.5/BLUE: -2/RED: -4
        Offense: WOODEN: 2/WHITE: 1/MAGIC: 1
        Attack: Shooting Rocks
        Just like the Red Octoroks, except they take a little more to    
        get killed. The sometimes leave Bombs behind.

     5. RED LEEVER
        Difficulty: 3
        Defense: NO RING: +0.5/BLUE: -2/RED: -4
        Offense: WOODEN: 2/WHITE: 1/MAGIC: 1
        Attack: None
        These worm like creatures burrow in the ground and come out at 
        a moment notice. These usually in groups and strike out very 
        close to you.
  
     6. BLUE LEEVER
        Difficulty: 3
        Defense: NO RING: +1/BLUE +0.5/RED: -2
        Offense: WOODEN: 4/WHITE: 2/MAGIC 1
        Attack: None
        Just like the Red Leevers, except these are more spread out and 
        won't appear close to you (not on purpose atleast).

     7. PEAHAT
        Difficulty: 3
        Defense: NO RING: +0.5/BLUE: -2/RED: -4
        Offense: WOODEN: 2/WHITE: 1/MAGIC: 1
        Attack: None
        These things fly about, making it very difficult to kill 
        them. The only way to kill these things, is if they are sitting 
        still. 
 
     8. RED MOBLIN
        Difficulty: 2
        Defense: NO RING: +0.5/BLUE: -2/RED: -4
        Offense: WOODEN: 2/WHITE: 1/MAGIC: 1
        Attack: Shoots out arrows
        These bulldog type creatures walk around in the wooded areas, 
        shooting out arrows at you. Both are equal in difficulty. 

     9. BLUE MOBLIN
        Difficulty: 2
        Defense: NO RING: +0.5/BLUE: -2/RED: -4
        Offense: WOODEN: 3/WHITE: 2/MAGIC: 1
        Attack: Shoots out arrows
        Exactly the same as the Red Moblins. Sometimes they drop Bombs.
 
    10. ARMOS
        Difficulty: 3
        Defense: NO RING: +1/BLUE: +0.5/RED: -2
        Offense: WOODEN: 3/WHITE: 2/MAGIC: 1
        Attack: None
        These are armored warriors that are in domrant. Touch them, and 
        they will come alive. Some walk, and some run really fast.  
 
    11. GHINI
        Difficulty: 3
        Defense: NO RING: +1/BLUE: +0.5/RED: -2
        Offense: WOODEN: 9/WHITE: 5/MAGIC: 3
        Attack: None
        Ghosts that live in the graveyard. Easy to defeat, but be 
        careful, when you touch a tombstone, more will appear, making 
        it difficult to kill. Try to keep an eye out for the main one, 
        that's the only way to get rid of them all.
 
    12. RED LYNEL
        Difficulty: 5
        Defense: NO RING: +1/BLUE: +0.5/RED: -2
        Offense: WOODEN: 4/WHITE: 2/ MAGIC: 1
        Attack: Launches out swords
        Centaurs looking that will shoot out swords at you. These are 
        very tough to fight, regardless of their color. These does  
        double the damage if a sword hits you. Be careful! 
 
    13. BLUE LYNEL
        Difficulty: 5
        Defense: NO RING: +2/BLUE: +1/RED: +0.5
        Offense: WOODEN: 6/BLUE: 3/RED: 2
        Attack: Launches out swords 
        Just like the Red Lynels, only a bit tougher. They deal the   
        same damage whether their swords hit you, or they hit you   
        themselves.

    14. ZOLA 
        Difficulty: 3
        Defense: NO RING: +0.5/BLUE: -2/RED: -4
        Offense: WOODEN: 2/WHITE: 1/MAGIC: 1
        Attack: Launches fireballs
        Sea creatures that live in the water. When emerged out of 
        water, they will shoot fireballs at you, then go back under. 
 
    15. ROCK 
        Difficulty: 2
        Defense: NO RING: +0.5/BLUE: -2/RED: -4
        Offense: WOODEN: 0/WHITE: 0/MAGIC: 0
        Attack: None
        Usually found on Death Mountain, these are boulders that come 
        off the mountain, trying to make it difficult to get around. 
        You can't kill these things either. 

      --------------------- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- 
     |         Name        | Swd | Bmb | Cnd | Wnd | Mgc | Arw |
      --------------------- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- -----
     | Red & Blue Tektike  | Yes | Yes | Yes | Yes | Yes | Yes |
     | Red & Blue Octorok  | Yes | Yes | Yes | Yes | Yes | Yes |
     | Red & Blue Leever   | Yes | Yes | Yes | Yes | Yes | Yes |
     | Peahat              | Yes | Yes | Yes | Yes | Yes | Yes |
     | Red & Blue Moblin   | Yes | Yes | Yes | Yes | Yes | Yes |
     | Armos               | Yes | Yes | Yes | Yes | Yes | Yes |  
     | Ghini               | Yes | Yes | Yes | Yes | Yes | Yes |
     | Red & Blue Lynel    | Yes | Yes | Yes | Yes | Yes | Yes |
     | Zola                | Yes | Yes | Yes | Yes | Yes | Yes |
     | Rock                |  No |  No |  No |  No |  No |  No |
      --------------------- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- -----

     PLAYERS NOTES: 
     1. Peahat must come to a complete stop before you attack it.

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  B: |The Underworld Enemies|
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     1. ZOLS 
        Difficulty: 1
        Defense: NO RING: +1/BLUE: +0.5/RED: -2
        Offense: WOODEN: 0/WHITE: 1/MAGIC: 1
        Attack: None
        Slimy little creatures that are found in most dungeons. When 
        you hit them with the Wooden Sword, they will break apart into 
        2 Gels. You can only kill them completely with the White or 
        Magic Sword. They tend to leave some money behind.
 
     2. GELS
        Difficulty: 1
        Defense: NO RING: +0.5/BLUE: -2/RED: -4
        Offense: WOODEN: 1/WHITE: 1/MAGIC: 1
        Attack: None
        These are what is left behind when slashing at a Zol. They move 
        quickly, and can be taken out with either Boomerangs, as well 
        as other weapons.

     3. ROPES
        Difficulty: 2
        Defense: NO RING: +0.5/BLUE: -2/RED: -4
        Offense: WOODEN: 1/WHITE: 1/ MAGIC: 1
        Attack: None
        Snakes that travel around. Once a Rope sees you, it will 
        charge at you full force. These usually leaves behind tons of 
        money. 

     4. VIRE 
        Difficulty: 2
        Defense: NO RING: +0.5/BLUE: -2/RED: -4
        Offense: WOODEN: 1/WHITE: 1/ MAGIC: 1
        Attack: None
        These are small bats that will fly around the room. The only 
        difficult thing about them is trying to kill them. Boomerangs 
        works well with these creatures.

     5. KEESE  
        Difficulty: 2
        Defense: NO RING: +1/BLUE: +0.5/RED: -2
        Offense: WOODEN: 0/WHITE: 0/MAGIC: 1
        Attack: None
        Big bats that hops around the room. When you hit them with the 
        Wooden Sword or White Sword, they will break apart into 
        2 Gels. You can only kill them completely with the Magic Sword.         
 
     6. STALFOS  
        Difficulty: 1
        Defense: NO RING: +0.5/BLUE: -2/RED: -4
        Offense: WOODEN: 2/WHITE: 1/MAGIC: 1
        Attack: None
        Skeletons warriors that usually have money among other items. 
 
     7. WALLMASTER  
        Difficulty: 2
        Defense: NO RING: +1/BLUE: +0.5/RED: -2
        Offense: WOODEN: 2/WHITE: 1/MAGIC: 1
        Attack: None
        When coming up against a Wallmaster, be careful. Because if 
        these things grab you, they will take you back to the beginning 
        of the current level you are in. They will appear out of the 
        wall you are against.

     8. RED GORIYA  
        Difficulty: 3
        Defense: NO RING: +0.5/BLUE: -2/RED: -4
        Offense: WOODEN: 3/WHITE: 2/MAGIC: 1
        Attack: Throws boomerangs
        These are dog-like creatures, that will throw boomerangs at 
        you. 
 
     9. BLUE GORIYA  
        Difficulty: 3
        Defense: NO RING: +1/BLUE: +0.5/RED: -2
        Offense: WOODEN: 5/WHITE: 3/MAGIC: 2
        Attack: Throws boomerangs
        These are dog-like creatures, that will throw boomerangs at 
        you. 

    10. RED WIZZROBE  
        Difficulty: 5
        Defense: NO RING: +1/BLUE: +0.5/RED: -2
        Offense: WOODEN: 5/WHITE: 3/MAGIC: 1
        Attack: Throws out magic spells
        These are evil magic users that will launch magic blasts at 
        you, Red ones will disappear and reappear at random, unlike 
        blue ones. 
 
    11. BLUE WIZZROBE 
        Difficulty: 5
        Defense: NO RING: +2/BLUE: +1/RED: +0.5
        Offense: WOODEN: 7/WHITE: 5/MAGIC: 3
        Attack: Throws out magic spells
        These are evil magic users that will launch magic blasts at 
        you, Red ones will disappear and reappear at random, unlike 
        blue ones. 

    12. RED DARKNUT  
        Difficulty: 4
        Defense: NO RING: +1/BLUE: +0.5/RED: -2
        Offense: WOODEN: 4/WHITE: 2/MAGIC: 1
        Attack: None
        Armored soliders that are found underground. Red ones are 
        easier to kill than the blue ones. But nonetheless you can only 
        attack them when their back is facing you. 

    13. BLUE DARKNUT  
        Difficulty: 4
        Defense: NO RING: +2/BLUE: +1/RED: +0.5
        Offense: WOODEN: 8/WHITE: 4/MAGIC: 2
        Attack: None
        Armored soliders that are found underground. Red ones are 
        easier to kill than the blue ones. But nonetheless you can only 
        attack them when their back is facing you. 

    14. POL'S VOICE  
        Difficulty: 3
        Defense: NO RING: +2/BLUE: +1/RED: +0.5
        Offense: WOODEN: 10/ WHITE: 5/MAGIC: 3
        Attack: None
        It's hard to say what these are, but they hop around very 
        quickly. Using an arrow on them would be easier. 
 
    15. LIKE LIKE  
        Difficulty: 2
        Defense: NO RING: +1/BLUE: +0.5/RED: -2
        Offense: WOODEN: 7/WHITE: 5/MAGIC: 3
        Attack: Drains life
        These are a group of snakes merged into some weird looking tube 
        like thing. Touching it will take your sheild away and will 
        trap you inside (taking your life) until you defeat them. 
 
    16. GIBDO 
        Difficulty: 3
        Defense: NO RING: +2/BLUE: +1/RED: +0.5
        Offense: WOODEN: 7/ WHITE: 4/MAGIC: 2
        Attack: None
        These are mummys that can be a bit difficult to kill. Nothing    
        special about them really.
 
    17. MOLDRUM  
        Difficulty: 2
        Defense: NO RING: 1/BLUE: +0.5/RED: -2
        Offense: WOODEN: 2/WHITE: 1/MAGIC: 1
        Attack: None
        These are a pair of worms that travel in the ground. These are 
        real fun to kill. Note these stats are for each fireball part 
        of each body.
 
    18. BUBBLE, RED AND BLUE BUBBLE
        Difficulty: 2
        Defense: NO RING: 0/BLUE: 0/RED: 0
        Offense: WOODEN: 0/WHITE: 0/MAGIC: 0
        Attack: None
        When you see these things, stay away. You can't kill Bubbles, 
        and infact they take your sword away. Normal Bubbles take them 
        for a short time. Red Bubbles take them away permenantly until 
        you touch a Blue Bubble, and Blue Bubbles of course, does 
        nothing except what I've described. Also, they don't cause 
        damage to you other than what I described, but they are a pain 
        in the neck to get around.

    19. STONE STATUES  
        Difficulty: 2
        Defense: NO RING: +0.5/BLUE: -2/RED: -4
        Offense: WOODEN: 0/WHITE: 0/MAGIC: 0
        Attack: Launches fireballs
        Found in either corners of a room or in the middle. They will 
        spit fireballs at you, but you can't kill them.  

    20. SPIKE TRAPS  
        Difficulty: 3
        Defense: NO RING: +1/BLUE: +0.5/RED: -2
        Offense: WOODEN: 0/WHITE: 0/MAGIC: 0
        Attack: None
        These are found mostly in corners. Once you are aligned with 
        them, they will charge at you, causing major damage, so timing 
        is the key when seeing these things. You can't kill them 
        either. 

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     |         Name        | Swd | Bmb | Cnd | Wnd | Mgc | Arw |
      --------------------- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- -----
     | Zols & Gels         | Yes | Yes | Yes | Yes | Yes | Yes | 
     | Rope                | Yes | Yes | Yes | Yes | Yes | Yes | 
     | Keese & Vire        | Yes | Yes | Yes | Yes | Yes | Yes | 
     | Stalfos             | Yes | Yes | Yes | Yes | Yes | Yes | 
     | Wallmaster          | Yes | Yes | Yes | Yes | Yes | Yes |  
     | Red & Blue Goriya   | Yes | Yes | Yes | Yes | Yes | Yes | 
     | Red & Blue Wizzrobe | Yes | Yes |  No |  No |  No |  No |  
     | Red & Blue Darknuts | Yes | Yes |  No | Yes |  No |  No | 
     | Pol's Voice         | Yes |  No |  No | Yes |  No | Yes | 
     | Like Like           | Yes | Yes | Yes | Yes | Yes | Yes | 
     | Gibdo               | Yes | Yes | Yes | Yes | Yes | Yes |   
     | Moldrum             | Yes | Yes | Yes | Yes | Yes | Yes | 
     | Bubble (Red & Blue) |  No |  No |  No |  No |  No |  No |           
     | Stone Statues       |  No |  No |  No |  No |  No |  No |   
     | Spike Traps         |  No |  No |  No |  No |  No |  No |  
      --------------------- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- -----

     PLAYERS NOTE:
     1. Vires and Gels can be taken out with the Boomerang.
     2. Zols will break down into Gels until you get the White Sword.
     3. Keeses will break down into Vires until you get the Master 
        Sword. 
     
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  C: |The Bosses|
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     This is a list of all the bosses in the game, and how to beat the 
     best way I could describe.

     Name: AQUAMENTIS 
     Level: Level 1 and 7
     Difficulty: 2
     Defense: NO RING: +1/BLUE: +0.5/RED: -2
     Offense: WOODEN: 6/WHITE: 3/MAGIC: 2
     Attack: Launches fireballs
     You can use:
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     | Swd | Bmb | Cnd | Wnd | Mgc | Arw |
      ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- -----
     | Yes | Yes |  No | Yes | Yes | Yes |
      ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- -----
     Aquamentis is really simple to take out. Make sure you have bought 
     the Magic Sheild first. Simply put, you go up to him and slash at 
     his head about 5 to 7 times, stand right above his head. Watch out 
     he throws out fireballs. It's best if you have full hearts, that 
     way you can stand from a distance and shoot out your sword at him. 
     You can also try using various of items like Bombs. 

     Name: DODONGO 
     Level: Level 2
     Difficulty: 1
     Defense: NO RING: +1/BLUE: +0.5/RED: -2
     Offense: WOODEN: 0/WHITE: 0/MAGIC: 0
       (Note: Must use Bombs)
     Attack: None
     You can use:
      ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- 
     | Swd | Bmb | Cnd | Wnd | Mgc | Arw |
      ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- -----
     | Yes | Yes |  No |  No |  No |  No |
      ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- -----
     Unlike most creatures you take out, Dodongo must be dealt with in 
     a different way. You must make sure you have a lot of Bombs for 
     this character (in case you miss). When Dodongo is in your path 
     place a bomb so that it will explode and stops him in his tracks. 
     Do this twice and he will be defeated. Now here's a couple of 
     pointers: After using a bomb he will be paralyzed. If his feet 
     moves while being in this state, try to slash him. Doing so he 
     will sometimes leave bombs behind. PLAYERS NOTE: sometimes he 
     travels in threes. 

     Name: MANHANDLA 
     Level: Level 3
     Difficulty: 2 
     Defense: NO RING: +1/BLUE +0.5/RED: -2
     Offense: WOODEN: 4/WHITE: 2/MAGIC: 1 
       (Note: These are the hits for each mouthpiece)
     Attack: Launches fireballs
     You can use:
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     | Swd | Bmb | Cnd | Wnd | Mgc | Arw |
      ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- -----
     | Yes | Yes | Yes | Yes | Yes | Yes |
      ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- -----
     A fast flying flower. Manhandla can be stopped two ways, one is by 
     slashing at his mouthpieces, or two is by bombing it. My advice is 
     to bomb it, it works better that way, trust me. Keep in mind that 
     for each mouthpiece you take away it will get faster and faster. 
     Manhandla doesn't travel in any certain pattern so don't try 
     following it. 

     Name: DIGDOGGER 
     Level: Level 4
     Difficulty: 3 
     Defense: NO RING: +2/BLUE: +1/RED: +0.5
     Offense: WOODEN: 8/WHITE: 4/MAGIC: 2
       (Note: These are the hits for each smaller piece)
     Attack: Launches fireballs
     You can use:
      ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- 
     | Swd | Bmb | Cnd | Wnd | Mgc | Arw |
      ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- -----
     | Yes | Yes | Yes | Yes | Yes | Yes |
      ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- -----
     This monster has to be dealt with in two steps. Step One: Use the 
     Flute on him, this will cause him to breakdown to a smaller shape.   
     Step Two: Go after the smaller pieces and slash away. PLAYERS  
     NOTE: Digdogger sometimes comes in threes after breaking him down. 
     Be careful. 

     Name: PARTA 
     Level: Level 5
     Difficulty: 4 
     Defense: NO RING: +2/BLUE: +1/ RED: +0.5
     Offense: WOODEN: 9/WHITE: 6/MAGIC: 3
       (Note: These are the hits for each smaller piece as well)
     Attack: None
     You can use:
      ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- 
     | Swd | Bmb | Cnd | Wnd | Mgc | Arw |
      ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- -----
     | Yes |  No |  No | Yes |  No | Yes |
      ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- -----
     Parta should be quite familiar by now. It was first introduced in 
     Level 9 (both quests) of Legend Of Zelda 1. However this time he    
     is an end boss. Parta can be quite the pain to defeat, but not too 
     tough. When in the same room with him, you'll see Parta surrounded 
     by 8 smaller Parta's spinning aournd it. Defeat the small Parta's 
     first, then go after then big one. The whole thing travels at a 
     fair pace, and has two forms of attacking. One way is that it will 
     travel simply, using the smaller Parta's as it's sheild if you 
     will. The other is that the smaller Parta's will expand itself 
     making it quite difficult to kill any of them. In any event, my 
     advice is to stay close, but not too close to Parta and start 
     slashing away at it, and don't give up hope. PLAYERS NOTE: You 
     must defeat the smaller Parta's before fighting the big one. 

     Name: GOHMA 
     Level: Level 6 and 8
     Difficulty: 3
     Defense: NO RING: +1/BLUE: +0.5/RED: -2
     Offense: WOODEN: 0/WHITE: 0/MAGIC: 0
       (Note: Must use Arrows)
     Attack: Launches fireballs
     You can use:
      ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- 
     | Swd | Bmb | Cnd | Wnd | Mgc | Arw |
      ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- -----
     |  No |  No |  No |  No |  No | Yes |
      ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- -----
     This slow moving crab can be bit difficult. Timing is the key. You 
     need to have the Bow and Arrow to defeat him, for thats the only 
     way to do it. Gohma will move back and forth and up and down, 
     opening and closing his eye at random. When his eye opens then 
     shoot him with the arrow. There are two types of Gohmas, Blue ones 
     and Orange ones. Blue ones take three arrows to be killed, unlike 
     the Orange ones which take only one arrow. I would suggest waiting 
     till it walks up and down instead of left and right, makes it 
     easier to finish him. 

     Name: GANON 
     Level: Level 9
     Difficulty: 4 
     Defense: NO RING: +1/BLUE: +0.5/RED: -2
     Offense: WOODEN: 16/WHITE: 8/ MAGIC: 4
     Attack: Launches fireballs
     You can use:
      ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- 
     | Swd | Bmb | Cnd | Wnd | Mgc | Arw |
      ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- -----
     | Yes |  No |  No |  No |  No | Yes |
      ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- -----
     The end boss of the end of the game. I would say Ganon is my 
     favorate End Boss ever, because you got to use your head on him. 
     Ganon disappears and shoots you with fireballs. The main thing is 
     his fireballs travels in certain pattern. You need to follow this 
     pattern so that you will be able to know where he is so that you 
     can strike at him. Now for each time you do this, his pattern 
     changes. After doing this 3 times he will turn blue, when this 
     happens pull out one Silver Arrow and shoot him, this will destroy 
     him. Now if you don't have the Silver Arrow, you're screwed.

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SECTION 4: |OTHER STUFF|
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  A: |Tips|
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     1. The biggest tip I could possibly think of is this. This game is 
     similar to Legend Of Zelda. Use what you've learned from that game 
     to help you play this game. Trust me it will be helpful.

     2. Another big tip is that when you clear a screen or room, leave   
     it, then re-enter, all the enemies will regenerate. Use this to 
     your advantage, when getting money, bombs or life.

      -----
  B: |Codes|
      -----

     These are Pro Action Replay Codes for BS Zelda. There are several 
     codes, but below is a list of codes that are essential to beating 
     the game, that is if you couldn't find them, or reach them in 
     time:

     7E742302 = Allows you to have the Silver Arrow 
     7E742B02 = Allows you to have the Red Ring 
     7E742E01 = Allows you to have the Power Braclet 
     7E743A03 = Allows you to have the Master Sword 
     7E7439FF = Allows you to have all 8 Triforce Pieces 

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  C: |Changes|
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     1. Unlike Legend Of Zelda 1, there is no limit to how much money 
     you can get, although I think the limit could be 5,000 Rupies. 
     Either way, it's best you get about 500 to 600 Rupies total. That 
     should get you through the game easily.

     2. I've heard that a few items were removed from the game. Those 
     items are the Red Ring, Magic Key, Power Bracelet and Magic Sword. 
     Well that is wrong, as you can tell by going through my 
     walkthrough ^_^. However the Magic Key is not in the game, 
     although not many people has really noticed this.

     3. At certain times throughout the game, it'll start to storm, 
     believe it or not. And what makes it more odd is that the Octoroks 
     (Red or Blue) will turn into Red Darknuts. Imagine that, Red 
     Darknuts on the Overworld ^_^.

     4. There are a couple of enemies also removed from the game. Those 
     enemies are Gleeok (the multi-headed dragon) and Lanmola (the fast 
     moving worm found in Level 9 of Legend Of Zelda).

     5. You'll probably notice that there is a clock in the game. What 
     it is for is to measure how long it takes for you to play the 
     game. This clock is very important for a reason. Once it hits 
     3:45, you can play Level 9, among other things (scroll up for more 
     details).

     6. Here's an oddity for you. Normally you couldn't kill Ganon 
     unless you have the Magic Sword (and Silver Arrows of course). 
     Well I was able to fight Ganon with just a White Sword. Only 
     difference is, it'll take twice as long to defeat Ganon with the 
     White Sword, than it would with the Magic Sword. Definite 
     challenge for you.

     7. When I played Level 9 the first time around, I was able to go 
     through it with only 7 pieces of the Triforce. I will probably 
     follow up on this bit of info for the next update.

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SECTION 5: |IN CONCLUSION|
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      --------------
  A: |What's To Come|
      --------------

     I really don't know of whats to come in the next update. I pretty 
     much covered everything here. I honestly don't believe in "Final 
     Versions" of any walkthrough, mainly because this could be the 
     end, but who knows what can be uncovered in the future. As with 
     other walkthroughs I will make, this will not have a finale ^_^.

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  B: |Special Thanks|
      --------------

     Personal Thanks to the following:

     Exo-Squad: for finding and downloading the game so that I could 
     play it (among literally hundreds of other games ^_^). 

     EverEagle78: for allowing me to have this game on his PC, and 
     the time I could use to make a walkthrough for it. 

     Online Thanks to the following:

     To GameFAQS, which is where I found info on BS Zelda in the first 
     place, and for housing the best game tips ever! 
   
     SephirothX & JWinters: I've never made a walkthrough before, so if 
     either of you feel I may of taken any type of info from your 
     walkthroughs (which I really hope I didn't), then I am giving you 
     full credit on the info in question.

     Justin Lowe, ChronoStriker1 and Iron Mouse: For e-mailing me 
     describing how to get the Power Bracelet without using the cheat   
     codes. 

     Iron Mouse: For the location of the Magic Sword and Red Ring 
     without using any cheat codes.

     The Big Hert: For finding the last, I mean 2nd (^_^) Heart 
     Container where Level 6 is, as well as giving the specifics on how 
     the Clock works.

     mnb_0000: I was coming up with ways to make stats for the enemies, 
     and by pure coincidence I came across this person (on the message 
     boards) who was also wanting to do the same thing. He made his 
     FAQ, and I made the update to mine. So with that I felt I should 
     credit him as well, for the having the same idea as I. Keep in 
     mind I had my own notes already, so that no one thinks I copied 
     from him ^_^

     MattyXB and his mom: For finding the secret locations of where 
     some Fairies may be hidden at.

     Andy Goth: For the code on how to adjust the clock to your liking, 
     via hexidecimal coding.

     And to everyone else who helped made this walkthrough very 
     possible. Thanks for sending in all your supportive emails. It's 
     through that, that has made my walkthrough even better :-). 

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  C: |The Disclaimer|
      --------------

     Although this is an update, this is my first walkthrough I've  
     made, preferably for GameFAQS. As it's been known, I am capable of 
     making more (thanks to the many fans I have out there), and as 
     such I am making more. I made this walkthrough the best way I can 
     and I hope it helps out in every way possible. Now here comes the 
     important stuff you need to read.

     Ok, I'll make this quick and simple. This walkthrough is my work.
     I've made this walkthrough, describing the game the best possible 
     way I can. You can use whatever info you want, so long as you give 
     me credit and don't alter anything. All you have to do is email me 
     at StarFighters76@hotmail.com if you're gonna do anything with 
     this walkthrough. And to show that I'm not a complete selfish 
     bastard, if you have something you wanna add, email me and I will 
     give you full credit ^_^. This walkthrough, like many others are 
     intended for GameFAQs ONLY. You want it on your site, well you 
     better start emailing me. Failure to comply with this, and I will 
     be mad, among other things. 

     Email me at StarFighters76@hotmail.com
     Copyright (C) December 7th, 2004
     Mike Leatherwood AKA StarFighters76 
     BS Zelda and Legend Of Zelda copyright (C) 1986 Nintendo
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