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Zelda: FAQ and Walkthrough

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                        GANON CASTLE WALKTHROUGH
                  The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
                   Version: 1.6: Sixth Update: 4/3/99
                           Author: SLIDERno23
                      Email: stjeb@mississippi.net
                  AOL Instant Messenger name: SliderMSU 
I've added important things to my closing.  You might want to check 
them out.  There's my clean up crew offer and GameFAQ writing guide-

Send emails to me if you need Zelda help or if you have comments, 
questions, or corrections pertaining to this guide.  But, don't ask how 
to become a kid or if you can restore peace to Hyrule.  If you ask 
those questions, what are you doing looking at something written about 
the last level of this LONG game?

I have Nintendo Power, Prima, and Marshmallow  to 
thank.  (Marshmallow had the bottle secret)


4/3/99: Sixth Update: Version 1.6
No facts added, really.  Just changed the margins to make future 
addition of facts easier.  But, I had to go through a line-by-line 
routine again.  At least this will be the last time I have to read 
through each line.  I hope.  I'm never happy with the way this looks so 
I changed the look again.  I think it's finally good now.  There will 
probably no updates soon.

3/12/99: Fifth Update: Version 1.5
I seperated and renamed the sections.  I also redid the section on 
Ganondorf.  So, in turn, I changed the contents.  Plus I slightly 
changed the Gameshark note.  I basically attempted to make this FAQ 
look near perfect.  It's really been cleaned up since the first 
version.  I cleaned up and changed the closing.  My clean up crew offer 
and FAQ writing guidelines have been added to the closing.

3/10/99: Fourth Update: Version 1.4
I completely reformatted this FAQ, line be line, to, hopefully, 
eliminate the need to sidescroll while reading this document.  Email me 
at: stjeb@mississippi.net if you notice anything in this FAQ that's cut 
off and can only be seen by sidescrolling.  Because I know it is 
annoying to have to sidescroll.  AND I'M NOT WORKING ON ANY NEW FAQs. 
But, I have a newFAQ entitled Bottle Experiments Guide.  It is about 
GLITCHES IN ZELDA 64.The address is 
Check it out! And send email of any sort, so long as it has a normal 
point and has something to do with this FAQ.

2/21/99: Third Update: Version 1.3
1.  Added a gameshark note.

2/12/99: Second update: Version 1.2
1.  MY way of beating Ganon with the iron boots using the...
2.  Cool bottle glitch on marshmallow's FAQ which has the address...
3.  www.gamefaqs.com/console/n64/faq/zelda_64_i.txt   check it out
4.  Updated the part about how to reflect Ganondorf's spell.
5.  Added a fairy fountain note.

Forgot Date: First update: Version 1.1
1.  I will be soon updating a few facts pointed out to me by...well 
I'll credit him when I get through with this.
2.  E-mail address at top updated.  Old one no good. 
3.  I will soon be submitting a Walkthrough for Zelda complete with 
secrets...and well, everything(just about).

1. Ganon's Castle requirements
2. What items will I need?
3. Six Castle Barriers Walkthrough
4. Ganon's Castle Tower 
5. Ganondorf: King of Evil
6. Escape from Ganon's Castle
8. How to Beat Ganon With the Iron Boots
9. Closing


You must beat every temple in the game. Why? Until you beat every 
temple, you won't have the neccesary items. You won't have rescued the 
sages. If you haven't rescued the sages, you can't get the light 
arrows, and the sages can't make a bridge to Ganon's castle.


During the barrier breaking, you should fill all but one bottle with 
fairies.  The one bottle will be used for working with blue fire.  
There is a fairy fountain inside Ganon's Castle.  When you enter the 
barrier room,   drop down to the lower floor and make a 180 degree 
turn.  Pull out your lens of truth to spot a fake wall.  Go through 
here and you will find fairies and four business scrubs.  I suggest you 
kill the scrubs first.  Bottle the fairies here.  

But once you've beaten every danger before Ganondorf's chamber, warp to 
Kakariko Village and fill all your bottles with blue potion. Where's 
thatyou say?  Find someone's FAQ that tells how to get the Biggoron's 
Sword.  Once you've given the mushroom to the old lady in the potion 
shop, you can buy the blue potion for 100 rupees.  Fill your bottles 
with this stuff.  To get easy money, go in the hole outside the hag's 
shop.  Bottle a fish and sell it to the guy in the village that's 
slapping his knees.  He'll buy it for 100...which is ironically the 
price for a blue potion.  And stock up on 
arrows.  Now save.

But here's the way to get more than four bottles of potion. You 
probably don't have the fourth bottle anyway.  But, you can turn all 
your items into bottles.  BUT DON'T SAVE IF YOU DO THIS.  Go in the 
grotto with the fish.  Swing the bottle at the fish. But, you should do 
this by pressing the C then immediately pressing start before the fish 
is caught.  Now replace the bottle with any item besides your light 
arrows, longshot, and maybe Nayru's Love.  Press start and Link will 
finish bottling fish.  "But, wait, didn't you just put an item besides 
a bottle there?"  Press start and you'll see a bottled fish in the 
place of that item.  Saving makes this permanent 
though.  So don't save.  Now you can get a bunch of bottles and put 
blue potion in them. 


First, the forest barrier. Use Din's Flame to ignite four torches. Then 
use a fire arrow to light the fifth. In the next room you must get 
silver rupees. Slip into your hover boots and wait for the fan to your 
left to start blowing hard. Then run off the ledge to the left and let 
the fan blow you onto a ledge. Hover down to the ledge with the switch 
after blowing up the Beamos. The switch will cause a hookshot target to 
pop put on the ledge you were just on. Play around with the hookshot 
and whatever boots you need until you've collected all the rupees. 
Destroy the barrier in the next room by shooting the ball in the 
barrier with a light arrow.

Second, the water barrier. Break the ring of icicles and bottle some 
blue fire. Melt the red ice in front of the exit. Kill the Freezzards 
to open up the barred exit. Before leaving the room, refill a bottle 
with blue ice. The next room should definitely remind you of the Ice 
Carvern. According to the view when you first enter the room, you 
should push the farther block to the right. When it hits a rock, go 
around and push it into the hole. Now, give the other block a push so 
that it passes directly over the filled in hole. Then push it against a 
rock. Then push it into the nook. Now, climb up to the red ice, melt 
it, and hammer the switch. Now climb up to the unbarred door, enter, 
and destroy the barrier with another light arrow.

Third, the shadow barrier. Light the torch on the island to the right 
with a fire arrow.Jump across the islands to the main island with the 
Like Like. Kill the like like. Shoot the torch again. The islands will 
appear. Follow the steps to a permanent island with a switch on it. Hit 
the switch to make a chest appear on the main island that the steps 
connected to. Use your longshot to hook on to the chest and pull 
yourself back up. The Golden Gauntlets are inside.* Now, pull out the 
lens of truth to see a path to a switch platform. Hammer the switch. 
Retrace your steps and find another path, with the lens, to the exit. 
Light ---->  +  barrier.

*Once you obtain the Golden Gauntlets. Go outside Ganon's castle where 
the Great Fairy once gave you Din's flame. Now, there's a giant pillar, 
similar to the one in the fire barrier, that's black and gray with the 
crescent moon symbol. The Golden Gauntlets will allow you to move the 
pillar. Behind it is the Great Fairy. She will cast a spell on you 
(permanently) that causes you to take only half the normal damage.

Fourth, the fire barrier. This one was a little tricky at first. Either 
this one or the light barrier is blocked by a pillar that you need the 
golden gauntlets to remove. Before you enter, don the Goron Tunic and 
the hover boots, and keep them on during the whole fire barrier with 
one exception. You can collect the first rupee by hovering to the 
sinking platform to the left and then hovering back to the main 
platform. Make your way to the sinking platform by the large pillar. 
Hover your way from the sinking platform to the ledge. Then go pick up 
the giant pillar. Now go back to the main platform. Position yourself 
so that you can longshot to the target next the exit. From here, you 
should notice the target on that seemingly unreachable platform with a 
torch slug. Wait for the torch slug to move out of the way of the 
target, then longshot across. Kill the torch slug. Then hover to the 
giant pillar you threw. Now change into your Kokiri Boots. Jump to the 
sinking platform with the rupee, then jump back on the pillar. Don the 
hover boots, and make your way back to the main platform. The rupee on 
the platform with the spinning, fire shooting thing is easy to collect 
if you dont worry too much about getting hurt. Longshot to the exit.  
Light ---->  + barrier.

Fifth, the light barrier. Upon entering, get your lens of truth.(By the 
way you can put on the Kokiri boots now). The lens will reveal Keese 
hovering above some treasure chests. Kill them to reveal a treasure 
chest with a small key. Exit. In the next room, there's a triforce 
symbol. Stand on it, and play the annoying, Royal Bedtime Song(if 
you're confused about what song that is, how did you make it to Ganon's 
castle?). A chest with a small key appears. Either the next room or the 
one after that has a wall master that will grab you like in the forest 
temple. Anyways, the next room has easy to collect rupees. The one in 
the middle can be reached by longshotting to the target directly above 
it. The next room will have a fake wall that the lens of truth will 
reveal. Light ---->  + barrier.

Sixth, and last, the spirit barrier. Bomb the Beamos first. Then, pull 
the Armos statues further from the wall so the razor traps are safer to 
pass by to collect the rupees. In the next room, use the sword spin 
attack to hit the nearer switch. Get a bombchu from the chest and and 
send it over the wall to hit the other switch. In the next, room, shoot 
the web overhead with a fire arrow. Use the Mirror shield to wake up 
the sun switches. Warning: waking the wrong sun switch may trigger a 
wall master. Light ---->  + barrier.

Suggestion: you really should get the biggoron's sword as soon as 
possible. Especially before the ascent throught the tower after you've 
destroyed the barriers. You should also visit the Great Fairy right 
outside Ganon's Castle.

When you enter the central tower,  run up the stairs to the left. You 
can run past the Keese if you choose. In each chamber, there are 
basically just Stalfos and Iron Knuckles that are pretty easy to beat. 
Tip: there's one room with two Iron Knuckles. Awaken them one at a 
time. Nayru's Love is helpful, too. When you reach a room with a pillar 
resembling the one in the boss battle against twinrova that you can 
climb, don't climb it. There are jars in the corners. Don't touch them. 
Use them later if you need them. Go through the large shutter door and 
begin the long ascent to Ganondorf's chamber. Ganondorf mentions the 
triforce is all in one place now. That is why your magic and health 
refill. Get ready for the 1st big battle.


First of all, stick to the corners.  These can not be destroyed.  
Ganondorf's spells ARE capable of destroing the platforms, save, his 
platform and the four corners.  And make sure you have you longshot and 
light arrows equipped.  To start the battle, Ganondorf will release his 
earthquake attack.  This is when you bone out to a corner.  Now, face 
Ganondorf, and don't stand so far back in the corner that you can't see 
Link.  Ganondorf will raise his hand and summon bolts of lightning.  
This your warning to get ready.  Ganondorf will release his spell and 
send a ball of lightning at you(remember Forest Temple?).  When the 
spell is about 1 foot in front of you, tap either B or C, depending on 
what item you using to deflect Ganondorf's spells.  Either sword, or an 
empty bottle will work fine.  Ganondorf is not an idiot, though.  He'll 
reflect his spell back again with his cape.  So reflect it back.  If 
you're persistant, Ganondorf will be hit by his spell, which will stun 
him momentarily.

This is you prime chance to start your own attacking.  Quickly bust out 
your light arrows.  Fire one at Ganondorf's BODY.  If done quickly and 
correctly, Ganondorf will groan very loudly, and you'll noticed a 
yellowlock-on icon appear above his head.  Well, duh, lock on.  Press 
the long-shot button once.  When Ganondorf lands on his platform, press 
the button again to stick your longshot in his cape.  Or you can 
attempt to jump to the platform.  I'd suggest using your Biggoron's 
Sword now if you have it.  Just try to get two or three hits on 
Ganondorf.  But when he begins to recover, turn around and stick your 
longshot into the wall in a corner to escape the central platform.  Now 
Ganondorf will fire another lightning spell.  You know what to do.  

But, eventually, Ganondorf will begin to look ragged.  This is when he 
starts rotating spells.  His knew spell will start differently.  
Instead of summoning lightning bolts, he will summon a black ball over 
his head.  You've got two options: (a) wait for him to fire this 
devastating spell and haul butt from one corner to the next, in an 
attempt to dodge the spell. Or you can be smart and stop his attack 
before it starts, while stunning the King of Evil at the same time.  
When you see the black ball forming, shoot Ganondorf's body with a 
light arrow.  He will be stunned and you can attack him as if you just 
stunned him after a lightning spell.  When Ganondorf's had enough, 
he'll spit up some blood and supposedly die...


Stay behind Zelda the whole way out and don't worry to much about the 
rocks hitting you. Zelda will constantly turn around and wait for you 
before she keeps going. You should have 45 seconds to a minute to 
spare. In one room you have to defeat two Stalfos. Zelda will leave a 
few hearts after you beat them. Or, if you have perfect health, she'll 
leave green rupees. And on the way out across a bridge, there's a 
ReDead. Stay to the right so you don't get caught now. The castle 
collapses and the cutscene goes by...

7) GANON!!!!!

Ganondorf comes and turns into Ganon. To start the 2nd battle, Ganon 
knocks the master sword out of your hand. So equip the hammer if you 
don't have the Biggoron's sword. When Ganon raises his swords run 
between his legs and lock onto his tail. Hit his tail with the hammer 
or sword a while. Finally you'll be able to reach the Master Sword. Go 
back into the ring again. Lock on. If you're locked onto the tail your 
lockon will automatically switch to the head after a short time. 
Whenever Ganon has his swords lowered hit his head with a light arrow. 
If he freezes with his hands spread apart from each other, run around 
back and slice his tail. It should take about nine attacks after you've 
retrieved your sword. I'm not sure if the Biggoron's Sword deals more 
damage in this case. But I do know that if it's about time for Zelda to 
freeze Ganondorf, you have to use the Master Sword before she'll freeze 
him. Then you'll have to go and take another stab after she freezes 
him. The sages will imprison Ganon in the void.



This is not detailed at all.  Marshmallow has three strategies at the
closing of his FAQ:
Use his strategies along with mine:  replace items with bottles to 
stock upon blue potion.


Is your FAQ messy? (That is if you've got one on the GameFAQs site).  
Well, I've got a good offer for you.  I can clean it up.  I'll add or 
revise a version history section for you.  I'll give you an official 
looking copyright.  I'll proofread to some extent.  I'll reorganize.  
I'll make it so your FAQ can be read online without the use of a 
sidecroll bar.  For more info email me at stjeb@mississippi.net

Did you like Goldeneye 007?  If so, you'll love Perfect Dark, and it's 
scheduled to be released in August '99.  It's another first-person 
shooter, but it will blow Goldeneye away!!!! Yes, really.  If you're a 
big goldeneye fan, you couldn't believe this.  But, you just wait till 
it comes out.  Goldeneye was #3 on EB's top sales list a year ago...and 
it still is!!!  But, even so, Perfect Dark will be better!!! Want 
proof?  Check out the pics and previews at www.rarenet.com  once at the 
main page there, click "Why Perfect Dark will be the game of the year".  
You won't be dissapointed!!

Wanna submit an FAQ.  You can find specifics on GameFAQs, but here's 
the basic format you need to use.  
For Microsoft Word:
10 point, Courier New font.  Don't use bold, italics or underline.
If using word '97:
While in word, click tools, auto correct, and turn off all auto 

Should I add a border like in those old NES FAQs?  I know one example 
is a Mario Bros. 1 or 3 FAQ that I saw once.


Got any questions, comments, or questions?  Email me at 

Official Legal Junk:
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this FAQ, is strictly prohibited without consent from the author.  (I 
will most likely gladly give you permission.  I have no plans to give 
you permission then sue you when you violate the above and lose records 
of permission.  I'm not that cruel)  =)

Unofficial Legal Junk:
Don't copy this without permission or I will eat your head and beat you 
with the leftover skull......not really.
Of course, you can print it out though.  Just to read or show to your 
friend.  NO selling.  

If you have a death wish, email me and ask me if you can restore peace 
to Hyrule once you've beaten Ganon.  Of course, you can't restore 
peace. This is a Miyamoto game.  Were you able to beat Bowser 

Good night you pitiful players that made it to Ganon's Castle and were 
scared out of your pants by Miyamoto's final level of the game and came 
running scared looking for an FAQ such as this to help you beat the 
level even though playing the whole game should have given you enough 
experience to beat the castle and Guiness should read this to see if 
it's the longest closing and also my grammar teacher would HATE this 
ridiculously long run-on sentence that makes the world thank I forgot 
what punctuation is. 


IM me on AOL at SliderMSU, but I'm not an AOL member so don't try the 
@aol email extension.

You should check out
www.gamefaqs.com/console/n64/faq/zelda_64_bottle.txt (my glitches FAQ)
www.gamefaqs.com/console/n64/faq/zelda_64_i.txt  (marshmallow's FAQ)
www.geocities.com/TimesSquare/Battlefield/5273/index4.html (best codes)
www.ign64.com OR IGN64.ign.com
www.gamefaqs.com     one of the obviously best sites existing that is 
basically some smart guy convincing people to write FAQs for him to put 
on his site without paying anybody any money.  Now that's smart.  

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Of my Ganon Castle Walkthrough FAQ.

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That would be the Master Sword...no I'd have to say it looks more like 
the little Kokiri Sword (more like the Kokiri Dagger).  But, It's not 
that bad is it?
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