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               Zelda II: The Adventure of Link FAQ/Walkthrough
                                 For the NES
                    Version FINAL (Last Updated 11/1/2004)
                               By Devin Morgan

    This file is Copyright (c)1999-2004 Devin Morgan. All rights reserved.

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Table of Contents

1. What's New
2. Introduction
3. Story
4. Controls
5. Walkthrough
6. Enemies
7. Bosses
8. Items
9. Magic Spells
10. Heart/Magic Containers
11. Secrets/Tips and Tricks
12. Credits
13. Copyright Notice
14. Contact Information

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Version FINAL (11/1/04): The very last version of this FAQ.

Version 1.1 (9/9/01): A minor correction was made, thanks to Shaun Kelly.

Version 1.05 (10/29/00): I just added a Secrets/Tips and Tricks section, 
along with some interesting information, courtesy of Darrell R. Daigle Sr.

Version 1.0 (10/1/00): Here's the newly reformatted updated version of this 
guide.

Version 0.5 (10/7/99): The first publically posted version of this FAQ.

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Zelda II: The Adventure of Link is the "sequel" to the original Zelda on the 
Nintendo Entertainment System. The whole layout and gameplay aspects are 
totally different in this game. There is much more of an RPG-type feel to 
this game with the addition of magic, experience points/levels, and new sword 
techniques. Also, this game is side scrolling in most parts, but is still 
overhead when you're on the overworld. Although it isn't as well known or as 
great as the others in the series are, this is still a game worth playing 
sometime!

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*At the end of a fierce fight, Link overthrew Ganon, took back the Triforce 
and rescued Princess Zelda.
*However, is it all really finished?
*Many seasons have passed since then.

Hyrule was on the road to ruin. The power that the vile heart of Ganon had 
left behind was causing chaos and disorder in Hyrule. What's more, even after 
the fall of Ganon, some of his underlings remained, waiting for Ganon's 
return.

The key to Ganon's return was the blood of Link - the valiant lad that 
overthrew the King of Evil. Ganon would be revived by sacrificing Link and 
sprinkling his blood on the ashes of Ganon. Meanwhile, Link remained in the 
little kingdom of Hyrule and lent his hand to its restoration. But 
circumstances did not look very good.

One day a strange mark, exactly like the crest of the kingdom, appeared on 
the back of Link's hand as he approached his 16th birthday. The worried Link 
went to Impa, Princess Zelda's nursemaid who was shocked and frightened when 
she saw the birthmark. When she regained her composure, she took Link to the 
North Castle.

There was a door in the North Castle called "the door that does not open. 
"Only the descendants of the Impa family who served the king knew how to open 
the door. Impa took Link's left hand and pressed the back of it against the 
door. There was a sound of a lock falling open, the door slowly creaked open 
and there on an altar in the middle of the room lay a beautiful woman. "Here 
lies the Princess Zelda." Impa began to speak calmly. "Link, the time has 
come when I must tell you the legend of Zelda handed down in Hyrule. It is 
said that long ago, when Hyrule was one country, a great ruler maintained the 
peace in Hyrule using the Triforce. However, the king too was a child of man 
and he died. Then, the prince of the kingdom should have become king and 
inherited everything, but he could inherit the Triforce only in part. The 
Prince searched everywhere for the missing parts, but could not find them. 
Then, a magician close to the king brought him some unexpected news. Before 
he died, the king had said something about the Triforce to only the younger 
sister of the prince, Princess Zelda. The prince immediately questioned the 
princess, but she wouldn't tell him anything. After the prince, the magician 
threatened to put the princess into an eternal sleep if she did not talk, but 
even still, she said nothing."

"In his anger, the magician tried to cast a spell on the princess. The 
surprised prince tried to stop him, but the magician fought off the prince 
and went on chanting the spell. Then, when the spell was finally cast, 
Princess Zelda fell on that spot and entered a sleep from which she might 
never awake. At the same time, the magician also fell down and breathed his 
last."

"In his grief, the prince placed the princess in this room. He hoped that 
someday she would come back to life. So that this tragedy would never be 
forgotten, he ordered every female child born into the royal household should 
be given the name Zelda."

From the stand next to the altar where Princess Zelda lay in a deep sleep, 
Impa took the six crystals and a scroll with the same crest and handed them 
to Link. "For generations, my family has been handed down these things which 
have been set aside for a time when a great king will come. They are written 
in ancient script that no one can read now. But you who have the crest may be 
able to read it. It is said that the key to uniting the Triforce is hidden 
there. Now it is time for you to read it."

Link glanced at the scroll half in doubt, but what do you know? Although he 
never seen the letters before, he found that he could read them as if they 
were talking to him.

This was written on the Scroll.

"You who'll control the Triforce of the future. I shall hand down to you the 
secrets of the Triforce. There are three kinds of Triforce - Power, Wisdom, 
and Courage. When these three are brought together, the Triforce will share 
its maximum power. Of the three, I have left Power and Wisdom in the kingdom. 
But the Triforce of Courage I have hidden for a reason.

Not everybody can use the Triforce. It requires a strong character with no 
evil thoughts. But an inborn special quality is also necessary. 
Unfortunately, I have not found such a person during my lifetime."

"Therefore, I have decided to cast a spell on all of Hyrule. A crest will 
appear on a young man with that character, who has been brought up correctly, 
has gained many kinds of experiences and reached a certain age. But, what 
will happen if someone else uses the Triforce before then? If it is misused, 
it will produce many evils."

"The Triforce of Courage is hidden in the Great Palace in the Valley of Death 
on the largest island in Hyrule. However, to enter you must first fight the 
guardians and undo the 'binding force.' When you have defeated the guardians, 
which I made to prevent enemies from invading the six palaces in Hyrule, set 
a crystal in the forehead of the statue you find. When you have set crystals 
in all of the statues in the six palaces, the 'binding force' placed on the 
Valley of Death will be removed and you will be able to enter the great 
palace. There you must fight the last guardian. And you can obtain the 
Triforce only by defeating that guardian.

There's nothing to fear. You are the one to get the Triforce. You are the 
beacon of hope for Hyrule."

Impa implored Link, who raised his head slowly after reading the scroll. "The 
magic spell cast upon the Princess Zelda will sure to be broken if the 
Triforce is used.

Please, Link. Unite the Triforce and save the princess. And bring back peace 
to Hyrule."

Link nodded silently in approval, and left the room after taking a long 
glance at the altar.

Then with a magical sword in his left hand and a magical shield in his right, 
he set off alone on his long travels. At that time, Ganon's underlings were 
calling up new allies from the Underworld, and were beginning to work 
devilishly towards the revival of Ganon.

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Control Pad: Move Link in the overworld/side-scrolling areas

A: Use Hammer in overworld (only after collecting the Hammer item), jump up
   in side-scrolling areas

B: Play Flute in overworld (only after collecting the Flute item), use Sword
   in side-scrolling areas

Start: Pause game, bring up magic list in side-scrolling areas

Select: Use magic spell selected on magic list

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North Castle
------------

You start the game in front of the altar where Zelda is sleeping inside of 
the North Castle. There isn't anything really important to do here, so just 
head left or right out of the castle into the overworld.

From here, just head east along the path towards Rauru. Be sure to walk off 
the path into the grassy plains or the forest to fight some enemies and gain 
some experience. After you gain a Life Level, head into Rauru, which is 
almost directly east of the North Castle.

Rauru
-----

In Rauru, go left through town all the way to the 5th house, where you'll see 
a lady in blue come out of it. Talk to her and she'll let you come into the 
house; now follow her inside. Go right and into the basement, then go up to 
the sage to learn the Shield spell. Now, go back up and leave the house, and 
then go left out of Rauru.

From Rauru, head north and through the forest until you reach a cave. Enter 
it, but be careful because it's dark inside and you can't see anything. About 
halfway through the cave, you can probably make out something crawling 
towards you; it's a Lowder! Defeat it, then continue left and to the exit of 
the cave. Back in the overworld, go right, then south to the yellow path. 
Follow the path and you'll automatically enter a side-scrolling scene where 
you have to jump across many ledges while trying not to get hit by those 
bubbles that are floating upward. Get through this scene, and then continue 
down the path to a forest area and a grassy section in the middle. Go into 
the grassy area and into a side-scrolling scene; just go right and get the 
Heart Container on the ground, but watch out for the Goriya throwing 
boomerangs at you to the right! Defeat it and then leave the area, then go 
back north along the path, through the scene with the bubbles, then you'll 
end up back in the desert. Continue north and you'll see a palace; enter it 
and you'll be in Palace 1.

Palace 1
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From the start, go right and down the elevator to enter the palace itself. Go 
left while defeating the Mini-Horseheads that are coming your way, then enter 
the next room. In this room, defeat the Bots if they drop down to attack, 
then continue left. Defeat the Stalfos, then go left and defeat another Mini-
Horsehead and take the Key at the end. Now, go all the way left to the 
previous room and pass the elevator that you came down on. Defeat any Mini-
Horseheads and continue right to the next room. Here, go right and unlock the 
door, then continue right while defeating any Mini-Horseheads you encounter 
while also trying to avoid the Skull Ball floating around. Now, continue 
right to the next room. In this room, go all the way right and defeat the 2 
Stalfos along the way. You'll also see an elevator going down; DON'T go on it 
just yet! Instead, go right to the next room. Here, defeat the Bots and the 
Stalfos, then continue to the next elevator; go up it to the upper floor. Go 
right, then up the "steps" while defeating any of the Mini-Horseheads along 
the way, then take the Key at the top and continue to the next room. Defeat 
some more Mini-Horseheads while heading right, and then defeat the creature 
that's throwing things at you then take the Key there. Now, backtrack left 
back to the previous room all the way to the elevator. Go back down it to the 
next floor, then get off and go left. Continue through this room to the next 
one, and then keep going until you reach the elevator going down. This time, 
go down it and head left while trying to avoid the many Skull Balls floating 
around. When you get to the following room, defeat the 2 Bots, then jump up 
the steps and run across the bridge that disintegrates as you cross it. Be 
sure to take the P Bag halfway across it to get 50 experience points, then 
drop down the steps at the other side and defeat any the Bots if you want to, 
then enter the next room.

In this room, go left and defeat the creature that throws things at you, then 
go left some more and defeat the orange Ironknuckle. Now, unlock the door and 
take the Candle in that room! Now, backtrack right a few rooms back to the 
elevator, and then go up it to the other floor. Now, go right to the next 
room, then continue right to the next elevator. Go right and take the Fairy 
if your health is low, then go down the elevator to the bottom floor. Defeat 
the Ironknuckle, then jump up the steps made by small blocks. Defeat the 2 
Stalfos along the way, then continue to the next room. In this room, defeat 
that monster that throws stuff at you, and then unlock the door behind it 
with your Key. Now, continue right and defeat the Ironknuckle, then head to 
the next room. Here, go right and you'll enter a fight against the boss, 
Horsehead! Read the Bosses section of this guide to find out how to beat it. 
Take the Key after you beat it, then unlock the door to the right and head to 
the statue. After the crystal goes into the statue and you gain a level, go 
right and exit the now complete palace!

Back in the overworld, go down and left and enter the cave. Go through it and 
you'll be back in the forest area north of Rauru. Now, go left and onto the 
yellow path. Follow the path up and left until you reach a small patch of 
forest at the side of the path. Enter it and head right while avoiding or 
defeating the Aches, and then take the P Bag to get 50 experience points. 
Now, head right out of this area, then go up and you'll see a cave in the 
desert. Enter the cave and head left, defeating the Aches and Octoroks along 
the way. Then, defeat the Red Goriya at the end, then take the Trophy. Now, 
go back right and exit the cave. Go back down to the path and head left some 
more. Go down through the forest area all the way down until you see a cave; 
go in it. Go right and defeat the Lowders and Octoroks that occupy the cave, 
then take the Magic Container at the end. Now go back left and exit the cave 
and head back up to the path. Continue left along the path to the town of 
Ruto.

Ruto
----

In this town, go left and talk to the lady in red in front of the 1st house 
to recover all your life if you need to. Also, talk to the old lady by the 
2nd house to recover your magic if you need to, then continue left to the 2nd 
scene. Walk past the 1st house of this scene and talk to the lady in red that 
comes out of it. She'll let you come inside because you brought the Trophy! 
Now, go right and down to the basement. There, learn the Jump spell from the 
sage, and then go back up and out of the house. Now, go left and exit the 
town.

After you're outside Ruto, head south along the path and you'll see a cave. 
Enter the cave and head right and defeat the Octoroks and Red Goriyas then 
continue right to the next room. In the next room, defeat the Lowders and the 
Red Goriyas, then go right to the next room. There, defeat the Aches and the 
Acheman that fly down from the ceiling, and then cast the Jump spell on 
yourself. Now, go right and jump onto the higher ledge, which you couldn't do 
otherwise. Then, just continue to the right to the cave's exit. Back outside, 
go south as far as you can go then head east across the swamplands. Keep 
going east to reach the path again. You'll see an area of forest above as 
well as below the path. There's a cabin hidden in the forest area north of 
the path where you can meet Bagu. Since it's hard to explain how to do this 
in words, please refer to my GIF found at GameFAQs.com for help on finding 
Bagu. After you find the cabin, go inside and talk to Bagu. Then, leave the 
cabin and get back to the path, and head left and down to the bridge. Go 
across the bridge while trying to avoid the Bago-Bagos and their fireballs. 
Keep going right until you reach the other side, then go down and right. 
You'll see a lone patch of forest; go into it. Head right while either 
defeating or avoiding the Megmats and take the P Bag to get 100 experience 
points! Now, head right out of this area, then go left and down and enter the 
water town of Saria.

Saria
-----

When you enter Saria, go all the way left to the 2nd scene and enter the 
first building in that scene. Check under the table by pressing B to find a 
Mirror underneath it. Leave the building and go back to the first scene. Talk 
to the lady dressed in blue that comes out of the house and she'll let you 
come inside. Go right and down to the basement, then talk to the sage to 
learn the Life spell. Now, go back and leave the house and go all the way 
left to the 3rd scene of town. If you needed the health or magic, talk to the 
old lady in orange or the taller lady in red by the last couple houses in the 
second scene. In the 3rd scene, enter the building and talk to the guy there. 
Now, leave that building and a bridge will appear to the left. Walk across 
the bridge and continue left to exit the town.

Now, head south and enter the cave there to be brought to the Death Mountain 
"maze of caves". First, enter the cave to the right and once inside, head 
right while defeating the Bots and Red Moblins, then keep going to the cave's 
exit. In this area, go right and enter the next cave. Here, go right and 
defeat all the Octoroks and the Blue Goriya then continue right and exit the 
cave. Now, enter the cave to the right; inside this cave, go right and defeat 
the Bots and Aches. When you reach the elevator, DON'T go up it; instead, 
keep going right and defeat the orange Daira, then exit the cave. Now, go 
down and enter the cave to the right. Here, cross the bridge while trying to 
avoid the annoying Bago-Bagos, and then go right to the exit. Now, go down 
and right and enter the next cave. In this cave, go right and defeat the Bots 
and the red Daira then use the Jump spell to jump to the high ledges above 
you. Take the red magic decanter to completely refill your magic, then 
continue right and exit the cave. Next, go down and enter the following cave. 
Here, go left and defeat the Blue Goriyas, the Aches, and the orange Daira. 
Then, continue left and exit the cave and go down to the next cave. In this 
cave, go right and defeat the red Bots and orange Dairas, then keep going to 
exit this cave. Now, go down and enter another cave. Here, go left and defeat 
some more Bots and orange Dairas, then continue left and exit this cave as 
well! Next, go left and up and you'll see a cave in the ground; go into it. 
Go right and defeat the red Dairas, an Acheman, and a Lowder then keep going 
to the next room. Here, go left and beat some more orange Dairas and Megmats, 
then when you reach the elevator, go down it. On this floor, go right and 
defeat the red Dairas and go to the next room. Here, jump from ledge to ledge 
all the way to the next room. In the next room, go right and defeat the 
orange, then red Dairas. Then, take the Hammer at the end! Now, go left a 
couple rooms back to the room with the elevator. Go back up the elevator, 
then head left. Keep going left through a couple rooms until you're back in 
the overworld.

You'll see a large stone to the left of you; go up to it and press A to 
destroy it with your Hammer. Now, walk into the rubble and you'll drop into a 
hidden cave. Take the Magic Container when you land, then go left to exit 
this cave. Now, go right and down into the desert area again and go all the 
way right to the water, then go up to the cave. Go into it and go right and 
jump from ledge to ledge while defeating numerous Octoroks along the way 
until you reach the end of the cave. Then, go ALL the way up along the path 
to another cave and enter it. You'll automatically be brought to a beach area 
with a bridge nearby. Go right across the 2 parts of the bridge while 
defeating the Black, then Blue Moblins. Then, in the 2nd part, avoid the 
bubble things that float upward from the bottom of the screen, as well as 
defeat the red Daira. Keep going right to the end, then follow the path right 
and up alongside the graveyard. Keep going up, then right until you reach the 
desert. Continue upward until you reach the path and go left on it. You'll 
see a large stone blocking the path; break it with your Hammer, then take the 
path going up. You'll see another cave to the right with a large stone in 
front of it; go up to it, destroy the stone, then enter the cave. Go right 
and defeat the Lowders, but avoid the Myus for now because you can't hurt 
them. Continue right to the next room, then go right and take the Heart 
Container at the end. Now, go all the way left out of the cave and go left to 
the path again. Now, head left and across the path and you'll see another 
cave that isn't being blocked by any obstructions. Enter that cave and go 
right while defeating the Megmats along the way, then continue to the next 
room. In this room, go right and take the P Bag with 200 experience points 
inside! Then, go all the way back to the left and exit the cave.

Now, go right to the path and walk all the way down to where it splits. 
There, go all the way left until you reach the swamp area. Then, go up and 
you'll see a cave blocked by a large stone; destroy it with the Hammer and 
walk into the cave. Inside the cave, go right across the bridge while trying 
not to get hit by those annoying Bago-Bagos and defeating the Lowders that 
are on the ground. Keep going right to the next room, then defeat the orange 
and red Dairas in this room. Continue to the right and take the bottle of 
Medicine there. Then, go all the way left and exit this cave. Now, go back 
down through the swamp, then right to the path again. Take the path all the 
way right to where it splits again; keep going east along the path all the 
way to the end. Then, go up and into the town of Mido.

Mido
----

After you enter Mido, go left and talk to the lady in red in front of the 
house in the 1st scene if you want to recover your health. Otherwise, 
continue left to the 2nd scene. Here, cast the Jump spell on yourself, then 
go left and jump onto the top of the church and enter the door up there. Go 
right and down into the basement, and then talk to the knight there to learn 
the Down Thrust sword technique! Now, go back up and left and out of the 
church, then go left and talk to the old lady in orange if you want to refill 
your magic, then head to the 3rd scene. Here, talk to the old lady that comes 
out of the first house in that scene and she'll let you come into the house 
because you brought the Medicine. Go right and into the basement, then talk 
to the sage to learn the Fairy spell. Then, go back up and left and leave the 
house, then continue left and leave the town.

Now, head left along the path to where it splits, then destroy the stone in 
the way with your Hammer. Then, go up the path to where you see the swamp 
area to the left. Head left all the way through the swamp and you'll see 
Palace 2 at the end; go into the palace.

Palace 2
--------

When you enter the palace, go right and down the elevator to enter the inside 
of the palace itself. Take the elevator all the way to the bottom floor, and 
then go right. In this room, defeat a whole bunch of Bots, and then continue 
right to the next room. Here, defeat the 2 monsters that throw things at you, 
and then go right and take the Key at the end of the room. Now, head back 
left all the way to the elevator again; go up it one floor and get off there. 
Head left and defeat the Ropes while avoiding the Skull Balls, then go left 
to the next room. In this room, go left and defeat the Bot and 2 Stalfos, 
then take the Key at the end of the room. Now, go back right a couple rooms 
to the elevator again and go up it to the next floor. On this floor, go left 
and defeat the Stalfos, then enter the next room. In this room, head left and 
defeat the Bots while trying to avoid those floating heads that can be quite 
annoying because they take away some of your experience points each time they 
hit you! Next, continue left and unlock the door with the Key, then defeat 
another Bot and enter the next room. In this room, go left and jump onto the 
ledge, defeat a couple Bots, then take the Key. Continue left and jump across 
a couple more ledges, defeat yet another Bot, then enter the next room. Here, 
go left and defeat the 2 orange Ironknuckles, then continue to the next room. 
In this room, drop down the steps and go left, then continue left while 
trying to avoid the Skull Balls, then go down the elevator at the end. Get 
off at the first floor, and then go left. Defeat the Stalfos and the Ropes 
then unlock the door with your Key and continue left to the next room. In 
this room, run left as quickly as you can so the blocks that fall from the 
ceiling don't hit you. If you're not quick enough, just jump over the blocks 
that land on the floor, then continue left to the next room. In this room, go 
left and defeat the Red Ironknuckle, then unlock the next door with a Key.

Take the Handy Glove from that room, then head right to the previous room 
with the blocks. Go right and take the P Bag you couldn't before to get 50 
experience points, then go right while trying not to get hit by the falling 
blocks and continue to the next room. In this room, go right to the elevator 
and take it down to the bottom floor. Go right and defeat the 2 orange 
Ironknuckles while trying to avoid the fireballs that the Moa drops on you 
then continue right to the next room. In this room, go right and defeat the 
Stalfos while avoiding the fireballs that the 2 heads shoot at you, then go 
right and break through the blocks with your sword. Then, continue right and 
defeat another Stalfos while avoiding the fireballs being shot at you, then 
continue right and break through those blocks with your sword. Continue 
through the next part of this room while avoiding the fireballs again, and 
then enter the next room. Here, try your best to avoid the Skull Balls and 
head right to the elevator; don't go down it yet! Instead, continue right to 
the next room. In this room, defeat a Bot and a couple of Mini-Horseheads, 
then continue right. Then, defeat the monster that throws things at you and 
take the Key there. Now, go back left to the previous room with the elevator. 
Go down it this time and head right and defeat the Bot and the monster that 
throws things at you while going up the block steps. Then, continue right to 
the following room. Here, drop down the disintegrating platforms and quickly 
take the P Bag at the bottom to get 100 experience points. Go right and 
defeat the Red Ironknuckle, then continue to the next room. Here, go right 
and defeat the Stalfos, then unlock the door with the Key. Go right some more 
and defeat the orange Ironknuckle, then keep going right and defeat Red 
Ironknuckles, then go to the next room. In this room, go right and you'll 
have to fight the boss, Helmethead. Read the Bosses section of this guide to 
find out how to beat it. After you beat it, take the Key, unlock the door to 
the right, and head right to the statue. After the crystal is placed in the 
statue and you gain a level, go right and exit the palace!

Back in the overworld, head right and out of the swamp area, then continue 
right to the path. Take the path down to where it splits, then go right and 
down into the graveyard. Get to the lone stone in the middle of the yard 
while trying not to get attacked. Stand in front of that lone tomb and walk 
straight down until you drop into a hidden cave. Go right and defeat the 
Lowders, then cast the Fairy spell on yourself and fly above the wall and 
right into the next room. In this room, go right and defeat the Myus and the 
Blue Goriya, then continue right to exit the cave. Now, go all the way around 
the mountain and enter the 3rd palace.

Palace 3
--------

From the start, simply go right to the elevator and go down it into the 
palace itself. Then, go right until you reach the Stone Warrior. Use the 
Shield spell and defeat it, then continue right and use your down-thrust 
technique to defeat the Myu. Keep going and defeat the Stalfos, then go on to 
the next room. Here, defeat the Mini-Horseheads that come at you, then beat 
the small Myus, and then continue to the following room. Here, go right while 
trying to avoid the Moa's fireballs that fall from above, and keep going 
right. About halfway through the room, blocks will fall from the ceiling. 
Quickly get past that area and jump over any ones that fall in your way, and 
then keep going to the next room. In this room, go right until you reach the 
Stone Warrior; beat it with your sword and the protection of the Shield 
spell, then keep going right. Use the down-thrust to cut through the blocks 
and collect the Key there. Now, go on ahead to the next room. Here, cast the 
Jump spell and jump up the steps made of blocks and go right once at the top. 
Continue right and defeat the red Stalfos that you'll run into. Then, go 
right to the next area, which is located outside the palace. Go right while 
avoiding Moa's fireballs, and take the P-Bag worth 100 experience points, 
then keep going and take the Key from the ledge. Now, go back left into the 
palace again and continue right until you can drop down to the lower path. Go 
left and down the elevator to the next floor down. When you get there, go 
right and unlock the door with a Key, then defeat some Bots. Continue right 
and defeat the Skull Heads, then go to the next room. Here, use your sword to 
break the wall of blocks, then jump over the pit and defeat the Bot on the 
platform. Jump to the next platform and beat that Bot. Jump onto the larger 
platform and defeat the red Ironknuckle. Keep on going right, jumping from 
platform to platform and defeating Bots until you reach the other block wall. 
Destroy it with your sword, then continue to the next room.
In this room, go right and beat the red Ironknuckle that is coming towards 
you, then continue right and use the Shield spell. Fight and defeat the even 
harder blue Ironknuckle, then keep going right and take the Raft at the dead 
end! Now, backtrack a couple rooms back to the room with the elevator that 
brought you to that floor. Now, go left of the elevator and beat the Skull 
Heads and Bots, then go on to the next room. There, beat the red Ironknuckle 
and unlock the door behind it with a Key, then continue left past the 
elevator going down. Beat a couple of Mini-Horseheads and yet another red 
Ironknuckle, then go to the following room. In the next room, jump up the 
block steps using help from the Jump spell and go left. Defeat the many Skull 
Heads along the way. When you see the Key below, use the down-thrust to cut 
through the blocks and claim it. Now, walk left and destroy the blocks with 
your sword while trying your best to withstand the Skull Heads that keep 
appearing to attack! When you get to the real wall, jump back onto the block 
structure and go all the way right and out of the room. Go right and beat the 
Mini-Horseheads and go to the elevator; ride it down to the bottom floor. On 
that floor, go right and unlock the door with a Key, then defeat the red 
Stalfos you'll see. Keep going right until you see the P-Bag on the high 
ledge. To get it, cast Jump on yourself, and then jump onto the lower ledge, 
then onto the higher one to claim the 100 experience points contained inside 
the P-Bag! Then, drop back down to the ground and continue right to the stone 
warrior. Defeat it like earlier in this palace, then go right to the 
following room. Here, go right and cut through the blocks in your way. Keep 
going directly right along the bottom path, cutting down blocks along the way 
and defeat the red Ironknuckle in your way. Keep going until you reach the P-
Bag at the end.

Cut it open with the sword as always to get the 100 experience points inside. 
Now, go all the way left and cast Jump on yourself and jump onto the higher 
ledges all the way to the top. Go right and cut through the blocks in your 
way. Keep going until you can't anymore, then cut through the floor and go 
right. Defeat the red Ironknuckle and destroy the right wall, then continue 
to the next room. In the next room, go right into the boss's room, where 
you'll fight the Ironknuckle boss! Read the Bosses section for information on 
beating it. After you beat it, take the Key that falls from the ceiling, and 
then continue right and unlock the door with it. Now, go right to the statue 
and the crystal will implant itself into it like the previous palaces. After 
you gain a level from the statue, go right out of the now defeated palace!

Now that you're back outside of the palace, walk around to and enter the cave 
on the other side of the island. Here, go left and defeat the blue Goriya, 
then some Lowders and a Myu. Continue left to the next room of the cave; 
there, go left and drop down to the lower ledge. Be sure to use the Down 
Thrust technique on the way down so you don't fall on a Lowder below 
unprotected! Defeat the Lowders, then go left and out of the cave. Now, go 
west out of the graveyard to the path, and then go up it. Follow the path as 
it turns east, then walk onto the dock and you'll ride to East Hyrule for the 
second half of the game! Once you get there, walk off the dock and head 
south. You'll see a lone patch of forest there; walk into it to enter a side-
scrolling scene. Here, defeat the floating eyeball enemies by hitting them 
with your sword when their eyes are open. Then, go right and jump up the 
ledges to reach a P-Bag. Take it to get 200 experience points, then continue 
right out of the area. Next, head east until you see a town, then go into it, 
which is the town of Nabooru.

Nabooru
-------

In Nabooru, go left and talk to the old lady dressed in orange clothes, and 
then enter her house to recover magic. Then, continue left to the next scene. 
Go left past the first house to the fountain. Walk up to the statue in middle 
of the fountain and press B to get some water. Now, go back to the house you 
just passed and talk to the lady in red outside the house and she'll let you 
inside her house. Inside the house, go right and down the steps into the 
basement, then go up to the old sage and he'll teach you the Fire spell. Now, 
go back left and up the steps, then continue left out of the house. Then, 
continue left through town and talk to the second lady in a red dress 
standing outside her house, and enter her house to recover your health. Now, 
continue left to the next scene, but keep going until you're outside of town.

Now, go north along the path and into the cave there. In the cave, go right 
and defeat the 3 Achemen. Then, cast the Fire spell on yourself and use it to 
defeat the blue lizard enemy further to the right that shoots fireballs at 
you. It can't be hurt without the Fire spell's help, so this is the only way 
you can beat it (as well as several other enemies in the game). Then, 
continue right out of the cave. Go north, then head east all the way to the 
water. You'll see a bridge there, so walk on it to be brought to the Island 
Maze. Then, go right a couple steps, then go down and all the way to the 
right. Next, go straight up, then go left and up a couple steps. Finally, go 
right and you'll fall into a hidden cave. Go right and defeat the orange 
Lizardman, then continue right and take the Child sitting there in the 
corner. Now, go back left and up the steps, then out of the cave. Back in the 
maze, go left and down, then right and straight down to the corner. Next, go 
left all the way to the end, then go up and left across the bridge. Now that 
you're back on the mainland, head all the way west. You should eventually 
come across a desert area. When you get there, go down and around the 
mountain barrier, then go up and you'll enter a side-scrolling scene. There, 
go left and jump up the small ledges while defeating the blue Octoroks along 
the way. Keep going left to the end, then when you're in the overworld view 
again, go left and up into another side-view area. Here, go left while 
defeating the blue Octoroks and avoiding the bubbles that float upward from 
the bottom of the screen as well. After you're out of that area, go up and 
left into the town of Darunia.

Darunia
-------

When you enter Darunia, go left until you reach the tall lady dressed in red 
standing outside her house, and then go inside with her to recover your 
health. Then, go left some more and talk to the old lady dressed in orange 
and go inside her house to recover your magic. Next, continue left to the 
next scene. There, cast the Jump spell, and then jump on the roof of the 4th 
house you see. Jump from roof to roof all the way to the right, then stand on 
the chimney on the last house and press Down to go down it and enter the 
otherwise locked house. Inside, go right and down the steps into the 
basement, then go right and talk to the Knight to learn the Up Thrust sword 
technique! Now, go left and up the steps, then continue left out of the 
house. Now, continue left to the next scene of town. Go left and talk to the 
lady that comes out of the first house in that scene and she'll let you 
inside because you rescued the child. Inside the house, go right and down 
into the basement, then go up to the old sage to learn the Reflect spell! 
Then, go back left and up the stairs out of the basement, and go left out of 
the house. Now, go all the way left until you're out of town.

Back in the overworld, go right and down through the 2 side-scrolling scenes 
like you went through on the way to Darunia. Then, head all the way east to 
the water. Cross the bridge there to reach the Island Maze again. There, go 
right and down, then go right a few steps and go up the path there. Go up, 
and then right into a side-scrolling area. There, go right and use the Fire 
spell to defeat the enemies there. When you exit the scene, go right and up 
across a bridge, then go left into another side-scrolling scene. Go left, and 
once again, use the Fire spell and your sword to defeat the enemies in this 
area. Continue left out of the scene, then go left one step and head up and 
right along the path. Go up, then left and up, and then to the right and 
you'll enter yet another side-scrolling battle scene! There, go right and up 
the ledges and defeat the Bot in the beginning. Then, continue right and cast 
the Fire spell and use it to defeat the enemies in the area, then keep going 
right to the end of the scene. Then, go right some more and then go up and 
left. Next, go up some more, and then go left. Next, go down and left, then 
go straight up to the upper corner. Then, go right, and then go down at the 
end. Go right a few steps, then go down the path, then go right and down a 
bit more. Finally, go right and into Palace 4!

Palace 4
--------

From the start, go right while avoiding the Moa's fireballs above you, then 
go down the elevator to the floor below. On that floor, simply go right into 
the following room. There, go right and defeat the blue Stalfos, then use the 
Down Stab sword technique to claim the P-Bag worth 100 experience points. 
Continue right through this room and defeat the next blue Stalfos, then take 
the elevator at the end of the room down one floor. Once there, get off the 
elevator and go right, then defeat the red Stalfos. Now, jump up the 2 
ledges, and then continue right to the next room. In this room, go right and 
cast the Jump spell on yourself, then run across the bridge that 
disintegrates as you step on it. When you reach the end, hold Right and jump 
to the ledge on the other side of the pit below. Keep on going right and 
defeat a Mini-Horsehead, then a Stone Warrior. After you beat the Stone 
Warrior, continue right into the following room. In this room, go right and 
jump onto the platform in the air, then go right and destroy the blocks with 
your sword. Next, jump over the small flame and continue right, then jump 
onto the next platform. Destroy the blocks, and then jump over the flame on 
this platform, but this time, watch out for the Stone Warrior on this 
platform! Defeat it if it doesn't fall into the lava first, and then jump 
over the lava pit and land on the next platform. On this platform, destroy 
the blocks and hop over the small flames, then jump onto the ledge at the end 
and take the Key. Now, go all the way left through this room to the room that 
you just came from. Continue going left until you reach the large pit. Walk 
off the edge and hold the Right button. When you fall to the floor below, 
hold Right to land on the platform. Now, go right and defeat another Mini-
Horsehead while avoiding the annoying Skull Ball. Continue right and defeat 
the Stone Warrior, and then go right to the next room. In this room, go right 
and defeat the red AND blue Stalfos, then keep going right and you'll meet a 
blue Ironknuckle coming towards you! Defeat it and unlock the door with your 
Key, then go into the now open area and take the Boot.
Now, go back left through this room all the way back to the one with the 
large pit. Jump into the pit again and you'll land on a disintegrating bridge 
below. Quickly run to the right to avoid falling into the lava, then continue 
right to the next room. Here, jump onto the platform suspended above the lava 
and destroy the blocks with your sword, then jump over the small flame and 
defeat the Stone Warrior waiting there at the end of the platform. Next, jump 
to the next platform and destroy the blocks on it, then jump over the flame. 
Defeat the red Stalfos there, and then jump onto the following platform to 
the right. Destroy the 2 blocks and jump over the flame, then jump over the 
pit and claim the Key sitting there while trying to avoid the Skull Ball. 
Now, jump back across those platforms and go back to the room you came from. 
In that room, jump onto the bridge that disintegrates when you walk on it, 
then run left across it while trying your best to avoid those annoying blue 
head things that float around in a zigzag pattern towards you. Keep running 
across the bridge, and then go into the next room at the end. Here, go left 
and defeat a Bot, then cast the Reflect spell; you'll need it to defeat the 
Doomknockers (wizards) in this room. Go left and beat a wizard, then continue 
left and unlock the door with a Key. Next, continue left and pass the 
elevator for now, then defeat a couple more Bots and Doomknockers and 
continue left into the next room. In this room, jump up the block "steps" and 
go left on top. Keep going left while either avoiding or defeating the Skull 
Heads, then continue until you spot the Key in a small area below you. Use 
the Down Thrust sword technique to break through the blocks and take the Key. 
Now, to get out of this area easily, you're going to have to carve some steps 
out of the blocks. A pattern such as this one will help:

         -- --  --              --  --  --
        |  |  ||  |            |  ||  ||  |
         -- --  --  --          --  --  --
        |  |  ||  ||  |            |  ||  |
         -- --  --  --              --  --
        |  |  ||  ||  |            |  ||  |
         -- --  --  --  --          --  --
        |  |  ||  ||  ||  |        |  ||  |
         -- --  --  --  --      --  --  --
        |  |  ||  ||  |        |  ||  ||  |
         -- --  --  --          --  --  --
        |  |  ||  ||  | Key    |  ||  ||  |
        -----------------------------------

After you get out using my diagram above, go all the way right, then drop off 
the block structure and go into the next room. Go right until you reach the 
elevator, then ride it up to the top floor. Get off there and go left and 
defeat some Doomknockers using the Reflect spell to harm them. Continue left 
past the elevator and defeat some more Bots and Doomknockers, then unlock the 
door with your Key and continue into the next room. When you enter this room, 
you'll see a Key is located right above you. To get to it, first cast the 
Jump spell, then use the Up Stab technique to cut through the blocks. Then, 
jump through the hole you made and take the Key while avoiding getting hit by 
the Skull Ball. Now, drop back down that hole and head left only to reach yet 
another locked door. Unlock it with the Key you just got, then continue left 
past the second elevator. Go left and defeat a couple of Mini-Horseheads and 
a Stone Warrior; after you beat them, just go on ahead to the following room. 
In this room, jump onto the block structure with help from the Jump spell, 
then go left along the top of it. Defeat a Stone Warrior, then cut downward 
through the blocks with your sword to claim the P-Bag worth 200 experience 
points! Now, use my diagram that I made above to get out of that little 
"room" and continue left. You'll see a Key in a little block "prison", so cut 
through the blocks to get it. Make the steps with your sword, then go left 
and drop off the block structure and defeat the Stone Warrior there. After 
you beat it, jump back onto the block structure and go all the way to the 
right into the following room. In this room, defeat a couple of Mini-
Horseheads as you move right. When you reach the elevator, ride it down to 
the next floor. There, go right and defeat a couple more Mini-Horseheads and 
continue into the next room. In this room, go right and jump onto the 
platform above the lava. Go right on that platform and destroy those blocks 
and jump over the flame (sound familiar?), then jump to the next platform. Be 
sure to avoid getting hit by those VERY annoying floating blue head things 
that float towards you while moving up and down. Keep jumping from platform 
to platform and destroying the blocks and hopping over the flames until you 
reach the wall. There, take the Key and get out of this room by going left 
jumping from platform to platform.

Keep going to the left and pass the elevator going up, and go into the next 
room. There, jump onto the bridge that disintegrates when walked on and run 
left across it while defeating the 2 Myus on it as well. Keep going left and 
unlock the door with a Key, then go down the elevator to the floor below. 
Once there, go right and unlock that door with your last Key and keep going 
right. Defeat a couple of blue colored Stalfos that jump down from the above 
platforms to attack you, then continue right a little bit more. You'll see a 
P-Bag sitting on a high platform; to reach it, cast the Jump spell on 
yourself and jump onto the lower platform, then to the higher one. Take the 
bag to get 100 experience points. Now, drop off the ledge and keep going to 
the right into the next room. In this room, go right and defeat a couple of 
red Ironknuckles, then continue into the next room. There, go right and into 
the boss's room. The boss of this palace is Carock, so please read the Boss 
Strategies section of this guide for information on defeating Carock. After 
you beat it, take the Key that falls from the ceiling and go right. Unlock 
the door and stand in front of the statue and the crystal will go into it and 
you'll gain a level! After that, go right and exit the now defeated palace!

Now that you're outside yet another defeated palace, walk left onto the 
stream and follow it to the end. Get onto the path by the end and walk onto 
the bridge to leave the Island Maze. Then, go west and south into the cave. 
Go left through the cave and defeat the lizard enemy and 3 Achemen. When you 
exit the cave, continue south towards Nabooru. Instead of entering town, walk 
along the path straight to the right. Keep going straight across the water 
and you'll come across Palace 5, which you should obviously go inside of!

Palace 5
--------

From the start, go right and down the elevator to the floor below. Go right 
and defeat a couple of Ropes, then continue up and right to the next room. In 
this room, go right and avoid the Skull Balls until you reach the wall. Use 
the Fairy spell to fly up to the higher ledge, then continue flying right to 
the next room. Now, reenter the room you just came from and go left. Take the 
Key you missed, then go back right into the next room. Here, jump onto the 2 
platforms, then run right across the disintegrating bridge while avoiding the 
blue flying head enemies. Take the P-Bag halfway across to get 200 experience 
points, then continue right into the next room. In this room, go right and 
defeat a couple of red Ironknuckles. Then, unlock the door with your Key and 
continue right to the elevator. Ride it down to the next floor. On this 
floor, go left and defeat a couple of Fire Droppers. Then, continue left into 
the following room. Go left until you reach the area where the blocks fall 
from the ceiling. At that point, stand under the platform with the Key and 
wait until most of the blocks have fallen. Then, use your sword to cut a path 
up to the platform above you. Follow that path up and take the Key. Now, go 
left and cut through the blocks in your way and continue left into the next 
room. In this room, go left and defeat an orange Ironknuckle. Then, continue 
left and down and defeat 2 more orange Ironknuckles while avoiding the Moa 
flying overhead. Next, go left and down the elevator to the next floor. Here, 
go left and defeat a couple of Bots and those wizard enemies that drop fire 
on the ground (Fire Droppers), and then continue left into the following 
room. In this room, go left and cast the Jump spell on yourself. Then, jump 
onto the ledge above the elevator and take the P-Bag to get 200 experience 
points! Drop off the ledge and go down that elevator to the floor below. Go 
right and cast the Jump spell again, then jump to the ledge above you and 
defeat the red Ironknuckle guarding a Key. Take the Key and drop off the 
ledge, then go right into the next room.

In this room, go right while either avoiding or fighting the Fire Droppers 
and the Moa. Just continue all the way right to the next room. Go right and 
defeat a blue Ironknuckle, then continue right to the wall. Jump right into 
the wall, and then go right to the other side and to the next room. Here, go 
right and defeat some more Fire Droppers and continue right past the elevator 
into the next room. Here, defeat more Fire Droppers and make your way all the 
way right. Go up the elevator there to the floor above you. There, go left 
and defeat a few blue Stalfos, then continue left into the next room. In this 
room, simply take the Key in front of you, then backtrack through the 
previous room to the elevator and go down it. Now, go left through this room 
to the following room. In this room, go left to the elevator and go down it 
to the next floor. Then, go left and unlock a door with a Key and defeat some 
more Fire Droppers and Skull Heads, then go left into the next room. Here, go 
left and defeat an orange Ironknuckle. Then, keep going and defeat a blue 
Ironknuckle. Now, unlock the second door with your Key and take the Flute 
from the small room! Now, backtrack a couple rooms back to the elevator and 
go up it to the floor above you. Once there, go left and defeat any Fire 
Droppers you missed before, then continue into the next room. In this room, 
jump through the wall and go left all the way through it, then continue to 
the next room. Just go left through this room into the following room. Here, 
go left and pass the elevator for now and cut through the blocks with your 
sword. Defeat the enemy there, then cut down through the blocks with the Down 
Thrust technique and continue left. Jump up and use the Up Thrust technique 
to cut through the block with the P-Bag atop it. Take the bag to obtain 200 
experience points. Now, backtrack to the elevator and go up it. There, go 
left and unlock the door with your Key, then continue left to the next room. 
Keep going left to the elevator and go down to the floor below. Go left and 
defeat some Fire Droppers while avoiding the Skull Balls floating around. 
Then, use the Up Thrust technique to cut through a block above you and take 
the P-Bag worth only 50 experience points. Next, just continue left to the 
next room.

Here, go left and defeat an orange Ironknuckle. Keep going right and defeat a 
blue Ironknuckle. After you beat it, take the Key and go right out of this 
room. Continue right to the elevator and go up it 2 floors. There, go right 
and defeat the orange Ironknuckle waiting for you, then unlock the door ahead 
with a Key. Go right some more and defeat a blue Ironknuckle. Next, jump up 
the platforms and defeat a red Ironknuckle. Now, go right into the next room. 
Here, just go right and you'll meet the boss, Gooma. Read the Bosses section 
of this guide to find out how to take on Gooma. After you beat it, take the 
Key and unlock the door to the right, then walk in front of the statue. The 
crystal will be placed and you'll recover your health/magic and be able to 
gain a level. Then, go right and out of the palace!

Now that you're outside of the 5th palace again, go left all the way across 
the water to Nabooru. Head south and you'll find the black River Devil. Stand 
in front of it and play the Flute (press B) and it'll disappear. Now, follow 
the path around and you'll enter a hidden side-scrolling area. Go right while 
avoiding the fireballs the red Lizardmen throw towards you. Defeat the orange 
Lizardman if you want, otherwise continue right out of the area. Continue 
following the path around and you'll enter another hidden battle scene. Go 
right through it and avoid the fireball throwing Lizardmen again and defeat 
the blue lizard by using the Fire spell. Then, continue right out of the 
area. Continue to walk around the path and you'll enter another side-
scrolling battle area. Go right and defeat the orange Lizardman while 
avoiding the fireballs being thrown at you from above. Just keep going right 
to the end and you'll be in the overworld again. Now, follow the path 
southeast around the cemetery and continue east to the bridge scene. There, 
cast the Fairy spell and fly right along the top of the screen to avoid 
damage. Then, continue right to the end of the area. Now, go east a little 
bit and go north along the right side of the small lake. Continue north and 
enter the cave there. Inside, go right and defeat the hopping spider enemies 
with the Fire spell and your sword and continue right into the next room. Go 
right and defeat an orange Lizardman, then keep going and defeat a red and 
black Lizardman. Then, continue right out of the cave. Now, go right 2 steps, 
down 3 steps, and then right 1. At that point, use the Hammer to reveal the 
Hidden Town of Kasuto, otherwise known as New Kasuto!

New Kasuto
----------

In New Kasuto, go right and talk to the old lady dressed in blue that comes 
out of the second house. She'll say you deserve her help and lets you inside. 
(Note: You MUST have obtained the 3 other Magic Containers prior to talking 
to this old lady, or else she won't let you inside her house!) There, go 
right into the basement, then continue right and take the Magic Container 
there! Now, go left and up out of the basement and exit the house. Now, go 
right and talk to the old lady in orange clothes, then enter her house to 
recover your magic. Then, go right into the next scene and talk to the tall 
lady dressed in red that comes out of the first house. Go in her house to 
recover your life. Now, keep going right and you'll come across a building 
with the door open. Go inside that building and go right. Go to the fireplace 
and press Up; you'll go into the hidden basement from there. Go up to the old 
wizard to learn the Spell spell. Now, go left out of the basement, and then 
leave the house. Now, go right to the last scene of town. There, cast the 
Spell spell to make a hidden building appear. Go inside and go right to the 
wall, then take the Magic Key! Now, leave this building and go left all the 
way out of town.

Now, go up and left into the cave you came through to get to this area. Go 
left all the way through the 2 rooms of the cave and defeat the Lizardmen and 
hopping spiders along the way. When you exit the cave, go south and east 
around the lake, then continue south to the desert area. You'll find 3 stones 
in a triangular pattern. Stand in the middle of the 3 and play the Flute to 
make Palace 6 appear nearby. Now, just go down into the next palace!

Palace 6
--------

From the entrance, go right to the elevator and go down it into the actual 
palace. Ride it down 2 floors (the first floor's optional) and go right. Once 
there, go right and unlock the door with the Magic Key and then cast the 
Reflect spell on yourself. Defeat a couple of Doomknockers and the Stone 
Warrior, and then keep going right into the next room. Here, defeat the blue 
Ironknuckle, and then cast the Jump spell on yourself. Now, continue right 
and jump over the 2 pits and keep going right. Unlock another door with the 
Magic Key, then defeat another blue Ironknuckle. Then, jump up the steps and 
go right into the next room. In this room, go right and defeat a couple of 
Doomknockers with the Reflect spell while avoiding the statue heads hanging 
on the walls above you that shoot fireballs at you. Then, continue right into 
the next room. Here, cast the Jump spell and jump up and right all the way to 
the top, and then keep going right into the following room. In this room, go 
right and cast the Jump spell again, then jump to the other ledge to the 
right and keep going right into the next room. In this room, you'll notice 
that there are Ironknuckle statues on pedestals in the background. Go right 
through this room while avoiding the Moa and Doomknockers and count the 
statues you pass. When you reach the 3rd one, cast the Jump spell. Walk a 
couple small steps to the right, then jump to the right to avoid a hidden pit 
below. Now, cut through the block wall with your sword, and then continue 
into the next room. Here, go right and you'll enter a battle against a blue 
Ironknuckle mounted on a horse (remember the 2nd Palace boss; this is it). 
Defeat it like you did back in Palace 2, then take the Key that falls and 
keep going right. Unlock the door and take the Cross that's in the small 
room. Now, go back to the previous room. Cut through the blocks, and then 
cast the Jump spell on yourself and go left to the first Ironknuckle statue 
you see. Jump at that point to the left, and continue left to the next room. 
Here, cast the Jump spell again and go left, then jump to the other ledge and 
continue left into the next room.

Here, go left and down the steps and avoid the fireballs those statue heads 
spit at you. Keep going left into the follow room. In this room, go left and 
down the steps and go left to the pit. Drop into it to drop down to the floor 
below. Don't land on the first floor you see; keep dropping and hold Right to 
land on the ledge on the second floor down. Now, go right and unlock the door 
with the Magic Key, then continue right and defeat a blue Ironknuckle. Then, 
go right into the next room. In this room, cut through the blocks with your 
sword and jump across 2 pits while avoiding the flying blue head things. Keep 
going right, jumping from platform to platform then cut through the blocks 
with your sword and go into the following room. Here, go right and defeat a 
red Ironknuckle and a couple of Doomknockers, then continue right into the 
next room. In this room, cast the Fairy spell on yourself and go right across 
the large lava pit while avoiding the Skull Balls and the small fireballs 
that fall from the ceiling. Keep going to the ledge on the other side and go 
into the next room. Defeat a blue Stalfos and avoid the Moa that flies 
overhead in the next room, and then go right to the elevator. Don't go down 
it; instead continue going right and unlock the door with the Magic Key, then 
go right into the next room. In this room, go right and you'll have to fight 
the mounted horseman like earlier in this palace. Defeat it and take the Key 
that appears then go right into the following room. Here, go right to the pit 
and drop down it to the next floor. As soon as you appear in the next floor, 
quickly cast the Fairy spell and fly to the ledge, then continue right and 
avoid the blue Stalfos and go into the next room. In this room, go right and 
jump onto the middle platform and the boss, Barba the dragon, will appear. 
Read the Bosses section of this guide for information on beating it. After 
you win, take the Key and go right, then unlock the door and walk in front of 
the statue. After you recover your life and magic, and gain a level, go right 
out of another defeated palace!

Back in the overworld, go left and walk onto the bridge. Simply cast the 
Fairy spell and fly along the top of the screen all the way to the end. When 
you're in the overhead view again, go left into the deserted town of Old 
Kasuto.

Old Kasuto
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When you enter the town, you'll find that it's deserted and blue Moas occupy 
the entire area. So, go left and enter the first house. Go right through the 
house into the basement, then go right down the steps and talk to the old 
wizard to learn the Thunder spell! You can only learn the spell if you have 
all the Magic Containers. After you get the spell, go left and up the steps, 
then continue out of the house. Now, since there isn't anything of interest 
here, just go right out of the town.

Now, go back east across the bridge scene like before. Use the Fairy spell to 
quickly get across, or just get across by jumping and attacking like you 
normally would. After you reach the other side go up and left to the other 
bridge. Get across it, then continue west to the graveyard. Step into the 
graveyard, and then quickly get back onto the path so if a monster attacked, 
you wouldn't fight it. After the shadows of monsters disappear from the map, 
quickly go south through it and you'll enter a side-scrolling scene. Go right 
through this scene while avoiding the blue Moa and the fireballs the red 
Lizardmen above you are throwing towards you. When you exit the scene, go 
down a couple steps, and then go all the way left while trying to avoid 
battles unless you want to fight. Keep going left and you'll enter another 
side-scrolling scene. Get through this cave area by jumping over the pit and 
defeating the orange Lizardman while avoiding the blue Moas. Continue left 
and jump over a couple of pits, then defeat another orange Lizardman. After 
you beat it, cast the Jump spell and jump over the larger gap and exit the 
cave. Now, continue going north on the path. When it splits, go along the 
right path and continue north until you enter another cave scene. Get through 
it just like you did in the previous one (it's the same exact layout), then 
when you're outside again, keep going up and into the cave. Here, go left 
through the cave while defeating the red floating eyeball enemies and the 
blue Moas. Keep going left and defeat the blue Lizardman, then continue out 
of the cave. Next, go south along the path, then go left and up the other 
side and into a hidden cave scene. Jump over the lava pit and go left and 
defeat the red Lizardman. Continue left and beat some blue Moas and a red 
eyeball enemy, and then jump over a few pits. Next, continue left and defeat 
another red Lizardman, then jump over the larger pit using the Jump spell's 
help. Then, go left out of the cave and continue north into the real cave. Go 
right and defeat a blue Lizardman, then a red one, and continue right out of 
the cave. Once outside again, just go up into the Great Palace!

Great Palace
------------

When you enter the Great Palace, go right and the forcefield will disappear 
because you've beaten all the other palaces. Go right to the elevator and 
ride it down to the floor below. Go left and defeat the Mini-Thunderbird, 
then continue left into the next room. In this room, cast the Fairy spell and 
fly across the top of the room to the elevator, then ride it down to the next 
floor. Once there, go right into the following room. Here, simply go all the 
way right across the 2 bridges to the next room. In this room, go right and 
defeat a Mini-Thunderbird, then continue right to the elevator and ride it to 
the next floor. Go right and cut through the blocks with your sword, then go 
right through the room while either avoiding or defeating the orange head 
things floating around. Cut through some more blocks at the other side of the 
room, and then go right into the following room. In this room, go right and 
watch out for the Mini-Thunderbird enemy that jumps towards you with sword in 
hand. Get past it quickly or defeat it, then continue going right. Go right 
and jump up a couple of steps and defeat a Bot. Then, cut through the blocks 
using the Down Stab technique and go right and down the elevator 3 floors. 
There, go right and defeat the Mini-Thunderbird and go right into the next 
room. In this room, go right and defeat the red Rope snake enemy and some of 
those floating orange head things, then continue right all the way to the 
elevator. Go down it to the next floor and go right. Cut through the blocks 
with your sword and defeat a couple of Bots, then go right and cut through 
some more blocks. Defeat another Bot and go right into the next room. Here, 
go right across the disintegrating bridge and defeat the red Rope, and then 
jump onto the platform at the end of the bridge. Then, continue right to the 
elevator leading to the next floor. Here, go right and try and avoid the 
giant Skull Ball. Defeat a blue Mini-Thunderbird, and then continue right to 
the next room. Here, go right and defeat another blue Mini-Thunderbird, then 
continue right and up the steps. Avoid the giant Skull Ball if possible, then 
cut through the blocks using the Down Stab technique to cut down through 
them. Next, just go right and down the elevator.

Go down through 3 floors to the very bottom, then go left. Defeat a Bot and a 
Mini-Thunderbird, and then continue left into the next room. In the next 
room, go left and you'll see a bunch of blocks on the floor. Defeat some 
floating orange head enemies that come near, then cut down through the row of 
blocks and you'll reveal a hidden pitfall. Drop down to the floor below and 
go right. Go right and hit the giant blue Bot to make a bunch of regular Bots 
appear. Defeat them all and go right into the next room. In this room, go 
right across the disintegrating bridge. You'll find a narrow pitfall below 
you. Drop through the bridge when the floor below you disappears, then fall 
down the pit to the bottom floor. Once there, head right into the following 
room. In this room, go all the way to the right as far as you can possibly go 
and the Thunderbird will appear. Read the Boss Strategies section for 
information on beating it. After you beat it, continue right and you'll fight 
Dark Link the final boss. After you defeat it in battle, you've beaten the 
game!

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-=  6. Enemies  -=
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Ache
    Description: A blue colored bat that hangs from the ceiling inside caves.
                 When you walk under them, they'll just swoop down and then
                 fly back up to the ceiling again. You can beat them if
                 you're quick enough with your sword.

Acheman
    Description: This creature is similar to the Ache, but is colored red and
                 does a couple other things, too. It sticks to the ceiling,
                 but when you pass under, it'll swoop down and change into a
                 dragon and shoot fireballs. A few stabs from your sword can
                 defeat it.

Bago-Bago
    Description: This monster resembles the skeleton of a fish. It attacks by
                 flying through the air and spitting out rocks at you, but
                 fortunately you only encounter it when going across bridges.
                 There are two versions of this creature: the blue one found
                 in most of the game, and the reddish-colored ones found only
                 in the Great Palace. The blue one's fireballs can be blocked
                 with your shield, but the red one's can't be. A few hits
                 with the sword should be enough to defeat this enemy,
                 though!

Boon
    Description: This is a really annoying and quick insect that flies above
                 you and drops rocks on your head! Since they fly above you,
                 it's best to use the Up Thrust sword technique to defeat
                 them.

Bot
    Description: Now this is as easy as it can possibly be! This blue and
                 sometimes red blob-like creature does nothing except hop
                 around, which doesn't help it at all! Just squat down and
                 stab it with your sword. There are 3 types of Bots: the blue
                 one in the beginning of the game, the red ones, and the blue
                 one in the Great Palace. They can all be defeated with just
                 a few hits from your sword!

Daira
    Description: This ax-wielding crocodile enemy can be a real pain when you
                 encounter them in the caves. There are 2 types of this
                 enemy: the orange one just swings its axe at you to attack,
                 and the red one, which throws axes at you! Just try and
                 attack it whenever it isn't attacking you.

Deeler
    Description: You can usually find this spider hanging from the trees in
                 forest areas. When you pass under it, it'll lower itself
                 down at you, but usually misses! There are 2 types of this
                 spider: the red one which I just described, and the blue
                 one, which drops down onto the ground when you pass under it
                 and leaps at you to attack! Just stab it with your sword a
                 couple of times.

Doomknocker
    Description: These enemies are those annoying wizard enemies you find in
                 the 4th palace. Your ONLY way of defeating them is to
                 reflect their spells back at them, so cast Reflect on Link,
                 then use your shield to make the spell bounce back at the
                 wizard. You can only hurt it when it's visible.

Fire Dropper
    Description: This wizard-like enemy, found in the later palaces, drop
                 fire on the ground to attack. They then teleport to another
                 part of the screen and drop more fire, which disappears
                 after a couple seconds. Defeat it by attacking it quickly
                 with the Down Stab sword technique when it's visible.

Geldarm
    Description: These long, white caterpillar-like enemies are only found in
                 the desert areas. They stand straight up and you can only
                 harm them by attacking their black pincers on top of them.
                 Cut them down to size by simply stabbing their white
                 section, and then hit them on top.

Goriya
    Description: These are creatures that throw boomerangs and look like
                 wolves walking on 2 feet! They simply walk around and throw
                 boomerangs at you, but you can block them by using your
                 shield. When you can, get close and stab them repeatedly
                 with your sword to kill.

Ironknuckle
    Description: This is an armored knight, complete with sword and shield.
                 They're found only in the palaces and there are 3 different
                 types of Ironknuckles. There are the regular orange ones,
                 which aren't too fast and only try and stab you with their
                 swords. Next, there are the red ones, which are a bit
                 quicker, but only attack by stabbing with their swords.
                 Finally, there's the blue Ironknuckles, which are REALLY
                 annoying! They are really quick, can take more hits than the
                 other 2 types, and can throw swords at you. When attacking
                 these guys, jump in the air, then use your sword on the way
                 down to hit them from above!

Lizardman
    Description: This creature is pretty much like Ironknuckle, except for
                 the fact that it's not found in the palaces. You should take
                 care of these guys just like the Ironknuckles: jump up and
                 hit them with your sword as you come down. There are 3 types
                 of Lizardmen as well: the orange ones, the red ones, and the
                 blue ones. The orange Lizardmen just walk towards you and
                 stab you with their spears. The red ones hit you with a
                 small mace like the Dairas did. Finally, the blue Lizardmen
                 throw those small spiked maces at you!

Lowder
    Description: This is a blue beetle enemy that crawls around in some
                 caves. They rush towards you when sighted, but you can
                 easily avoid them by jumping over them. Just use the Down
                 Thrust sword technique or duck down and stab them a couple
                 times to defeat them.

Megmat
    Description: These enemies move by hopping around. They're mainly found
                 in the grassy plains area. They don't have a real attack,
                 but they do follow you around and try and hit you while
                 they're hopping. A couple blows with your sword will take
                 care of them!

Mini-Horsehead
    Description: This creature is VERY harmless, as it doesn't attack you.
                 They're found in most of the palaces, and they only move
                 across the screen by hopping. You can just defeat them with
                 a single hit from your sword, so you shouldn't worry about
                 these guys! (I made this enemy's name up, but if you know
                 its real name, let me know!)

Mini-Thunderbird
    Description: This smaller version of the boss is found only in the Great
                 Palace. There are 3 types of them all found in this palace,
                 and all of them can be quite annoying! First, there's the
                 red one that hops around and throws fireballs towards you.
                 Second, there's the red Mini-Thunderbird that jumps in the
                 air and uses a sword. Lastly, there's the blue version,
                 which jumps in the air, moves quickly, AND throws swords at
                 you at a faster pace than the blue Ironknuckles! Defeat the
                 first type by hitting it numerous times with your sword, and
                 beat the other two types like you would for an Ironknuckle
                 or a Lizardman.

Moa
    Description: This flying eyeball enemy is sometimes annoying and
                 difficult to reach and defeat. It flies overhead, then makes
                 a U-turn and flies back and drops fireballs on the ground.
                 You should use the Up Thrust sword technique if you choose
                 to fight this creature. Also, there are 2 different types of
                 Moas: the orange one and the blue one. The orange Moa drops
                 the fireballs on you, like I described above. The blue Moa
                 flies around closer to the ground and is really annoying,
                 especially in tight places! Just beat them by hitting them
                 with your sword.

Moblin
    Description: Those large bulldog look-alikes are back in this game from
                 the previous Zelda adventure! They attack by trying to stab
                 you with or even throw their spears at you! There are 3
                 different types of Moblins: the orange Moblins just try to
                 stab you with their spears, the red ones throw spears at
                 you, and the blue ones are a more difficult version of the
                 red ones. You can use your shield to block their spears,
                 then attack them with your sword.

Moby
    Description: This is an orange, flying bird with a different attack
                 pattern than the other enemies. It flies straight down
                 towards the ground until it is level with you, then it darts
                 right in your direction! It's easy to avoid this enemy by
                 simply jumping over or ducking under it as it flies by.

Myu
    Description: This is a small, spiky creature that's mainly found in the
                 caves. Because of its small size, you can't get low enough
                 to attack it directly, but there's only ONE move that can
                 kill it. That move is the Down Thrust technique; just hit
                 Myu from above with it to attack/kill it.

Octorok
    Description: These are those octopus-like creatures that hop in the air
                 and spit out rocks at you. Luckily, their attacks are easy
                 to avoid, so just run in and stab them with your sword.

Rope
    Description: These small snake enemies are usually found in some of the
                 palaces. They don't move that quickly, but they attack by
                 spitting fireballs at you! There are 2 types of this enemy
                 as well: the blue ones and the red ones. They both do the
                 same thing, but the red ones are only found in the Great
                 Palace. Defeat them with a couple stabs with your sword.

Skull Balls
    Description: These are those floating skeleton head things found in the
                 palaces aren't too hard, but they can endure LOTS of hits!
                 If you want to take the time and defeat them, jump above
                 them and use the Down Thrust technique to hit them. Just
                 keep on doing that to defeat them without getting hurt by
                 them as much as you would if you went right up to them and
                 stabbed them directly!

Skull Heads
    Description: These red-colored heads are quite annoying in the fact that
                 they are practically endless when you find them anywhere!
                 They move up and down and shoot a fireball at you each time
                 it pauses. Just defeat it with a couple quick hits from your
                 sword when it isn't attacking.

Stalfos
    Description: These skeleton warriors are pretty easy to beat. You usually
                 can find them lurking in the palaces and they attack you
                 with their sword while they try and defend with their
                 shield. They also can jump in the air, too. An easy way to
                 beat them is different than fighting the Ironknuckles; you
                 can hit them by squatting down and hitting them because they
                 never lower their shield down there!

Stone Warrior
    Description: This is a blue-colored warrior whom I think is made of
                 stone. It throws small hammer-like projectiles at you, which
                 can cause lots of damage if you're not strong enough. Defeat
                 it by using the Shield spell, then jumping and attacking it
                 with your sword when it isn't throwing anything. It helps if
                 you use the Down Thrust sword technique to attack it from
                 above. Also, it can take quite a few blows, so it could be
                 VERY hard fighting this enemy at times!

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Horsehead
    Found: Palace 1
    Strategy: This creature is the boss of Palace 1 and is the easiest of the
              bosses. The first thing you should do is cast Shield on
              yourself to lower the damage caused by Horsehead's attacks. To
              beat him, just jump up and stab him in the head when you're in
              close. Horsehead's only attack, which is striking you with his
              spiked club; luckily it's easy to avoid! Just keep doing the
              jump, and then stab pattern until Horsehead is defeated.

Helmethead
    Found: Palace 2
    Strategy: This armored knight is the guardian of Palace 2. In order to
              defeat this boss, you should have learned the Down Thrust sword
              technique in Mido. To win this fight, have Link use the magic
              Shield again to cut the damage he takes in half. Then, jump
              above Helmethead and use the Down Thrust technique on its head
              to cause damage. Continue to attack Helmethead's head in that
              manner until it's defeated.

Ironknuckle
    Found: Palace 3
    Strategy: This blue Ironknuckle that's mounted on its horse is the 3rd
              Palace's guardian. As always, have Link cast Shield on himself
              to lower damage inflicted to him. Now, when Ironknuckle rides
              across the screen, jump up and use the Down Thrust technique on
              its head when it passes below you. Keep hitting its head with
              the Down Thrust until it finally gets off the horse and attacks
              you with its sword. All you have to do is defeat it like the
              other Ironknuckles: just jump and attack its head until it's
              defeated.

Carock
    Found: Palace 4
    Strategy: This wizard is the guardian of Palace 4. It mainly appears and
              casts spells towards you, then teleports to another part of the
              room. Since it is pretty strong, you should definitely cast
              Shield on yourself as well as Reflect so you can reflect
              Carock's spells back at it. You should stay in either end of
              the room, facing the room's center. That makes it so that
              Carock can't appear right behind you! Now, just stay in that
              side and whenever its spells come toward you, just reflect it
              back at it with your shield. (It only causes damage when Carock
              is visible.) Then, just keep reflecting its spells and it'll
              eventually be defeated!

Gooma
    Found: Palace 5
    Strategy: This giant troll with the mace is the boss of Palace 5. Cast
              the spells Shield and Jump to be able to take less damage per
              hit and to be able to jump over Gooma. Defeat it by coming in
              close and stabbing it whenever it's not attacking with its
              mace. When it does swing its mace, just avoid getting hit by
              dodging or jumping over it. Keep attacking Gooma until it's
              defeated.

Barba
    Found: Palace 6
    Strategy: This large dragon that comes out of the lava and attacks is
              Palace 6's guardian. Cast Shield and Jump on yourself for this
              battle, then you'll be ready for this fight! Attack Barba by
              jumping up and hitting its head with your sword while avoiding
              its fire attack by jumping over them or by jumping to another
              platform for safety. Just keep hurting Barba with your sword
              until it's defeated.

Thunderbird
    Found: Great Palace
    Strategy: This is the first of the 2 bosses in the Great Palace. First,
              cast Shield and Jump to make things a little better for Link.
              Then, when Thunderbird appears onscreen, use the Thunder spell
              on it to make it change colors, which makes it vulnerable to
              your attacks. Now, attack it by jumping up and hitting its head
              with your sword. Try and avoid it by moving around the room and
              keep on hitting its head with your sword whenever you get a
              chance. Keep attacking Thunderbird until it's defeated, then
              you'll have to move on to the final boss: Dark Link!

Dark Link
    Found: Great Palace
    Strategy: The final boss of this game is Link's own shadow! Since it has
              all your moves, you should be careful when fighting this guy.
              To win, run in towards the shadow and stab it repeatedly with
              your sword, or let it come to you, then attack it. Keep
              attacking Link's Shadow until it's defeated and you win the
              game!

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Boots: You use these boots to walk across some bodies of water, such as the
       river flowing through the maze near Palace 4 in East Hyrule. You can
       find these valuable boots inside of Palace 4.

Candle: With this candle in your inventory, darkened caves will become
        lighted. You find this item in Palace 1.

Cross: This cross reveals the ghost enemies that are flying around in the
       graveyard and in Old Kasuto. You can obtain this useful item in Palace
       6.

Flute: When you play the Flute in front of the black spider creature in East
       Hyrule, it makes the spider disappear, granting you access to the rest
       of that continent. You'll find this item in Palace 5.

Hammer: When you get the Hammer, you can destroy those boulders in the
        overworld that block your path once and for all! You can find this
        item in the last cave of the cave maze in the mountainous area at the
        southwest section of West Hyrule.

Handy Glove: When you have this item in your inventory, you can destroy the
             blocks that fall from the ceiling in some palaces with your
             sword. You can get this very helpful item in Palace 2.

Magic Key: When you have this key in your possession, you have absolutely NO
           NEED for the Small Keys in the palaces. The Magic Key can open any
           locked door and is a necessity if you want to get through and beat
           Palace 6 because there are no Small Keys inside! You get this item
           in New Kasuto.

Raft: You need this item to cross the sea and reach East Hyrule and the
      second half of the game. You just have to walk onto the dock near Mido
      to use the Raft and cross the sea. You can find this item in Palace 3.

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(Note: Some spells require you to have a specific amount of Magic/Heart 
Containers, so make sure you have as many as you can get at the point of the 
game you're in; that way you can get the spells without having to come back 
later when you have more Hearts/Magic.)

Shield: This spell raises your defense power, thus allowing you to take more
        hits from an enemy. It cuts all damage taken from enemies by half.
        You get it in Rauru from the old wizard in the 5th house's basement.

Jump: When you use this spell, you can jump twice as high in the air,
      enabling you to jump over taller enemies and reach higher ledges. You
      get it in the town of Ruto after you give the lady standing in front of
      the 4th house the goddess statue found in a cave east and north of
      town. When she lets you in the house, you can just go downstairs and
      talk to the wizard to learn the spell.

Life: This spell restores 3 meters of health on your life bar. It is more
      than likely one of the most useful spells you'll get! You learn it in
      the Water Town of Saria by entering the 3rd house and checking under
      the table to find a mirror. Then, go back to the 2nd house and you'll
      be allowed in; now you can go into the basement and get the magic!

Fairy: Using this spell turns Link into a fairy, enabling you to reach places
       you couldn't normally reach because you can fly! You get it in Mido by
       getting into the 3rd house (the church does NOT count as a house)
       after retrieving the Medicine from a cave north of Saria. Then, just
       visit the wizard in the basement to learn Fairy.

Fire: When you cast this spell, it allows you to shoot a fireball from your
      sword each time you use it! This is the ONLY way you can defeat some of
      the enemies in East Hyrule. You get it in the town of Nabooru by going
      through the town to the fountain, then press B to get water. Then, go
      right and talk to the lady in front of the house; she'll let you in
      now! Then, just go downstairs and learn the spell.

Reflect: When you use your shield while this spell is activated and you can
         reflect enemies' attacks right back at them (in particular, the
         wizards' spells in Palace 4). You get this spell in Darunia by
         visiting the 1st house in the 3rd scene of the town after you find
         the Lost Child in the maze to the east. (Read the walkthrough for
         details on finding the child.)

Spell: This spell has only one purpose in the entire game. You use it in New
       Kasuto at the very last scene of the town to make a hidden room appear
       containing the Magic Key. You find this spell in New Kasuto by
       entering the 8th house (remember to count the houses as you get
       through town so you don't miss it!) and press Up in front of the
       fireplace, then talk to the wizard there to learn Spell.

Thunder: This is the most powerful spell in the game, but it's only important
         use is in the Great Palace. To get this spell, go to Old Kasuto and
         enter the very first house. (Be careful because there are many
         hidden enemies there, unless you've gotten the Cross.) There, go
         talk to the wizard and learn the last spell in the game!

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Heart Container Locations
-------------------------

1. From Palace 1, stay next to the water and head south. Follow the path all
   the way to a patch of grass, then go right and get the container.

2. From Palace 2, head all the way east and use the Hammer to destroy the
   large boulder in front of the cave. Enter the cave and get through it to
   get the container.

3. Head east from Nabooru and walk onto the water (you must have the Boot to
   get this heart container). Go right while pressing upward until you can
   finally go north. Head north as far as you can go, and then go east and
   you'll enter a battle scene. Get through it and find your heart container!

4. From the 6th Palace, go directly west to the water, and then go north.
   You'll enter a hidden cave where you'll find the heart container.


Magic Container Locations
-------------------------

1. From the North Palace (where you start the game), go right across the
   bridge, then head south and you'll find a cave. Enter it and get past some
   Lowders and Octoroks and you'll come to the magic container.

2. After you exit the cave where you obtain the Hammer, go into the desert
   area and destroy the boulder, then walk on that patch of land to fall into
   a hidden cave, You'll see the magic container right there waiting for you
   to take it!

3. In the Island Maze in East Hyrule, follow these directions to find the
   magic container. You should have the Boot if you're going to use these
   directions to get it. From the start of the maze, walk right on the water,
   then follow the stream east, then north. When it turns east again, walk
   off and follow the path left, then up. You'll fall into a hidden cave,
   where you'll find the container.

4. This magic container is located in New Kasuto. In this town, go right to
   the second house and talk to an old lady dressed in blue. She'll let you
   inside her house; now go through the house and get the last magic
   container! (You can only get this Magic Container if you've collected the
   other 3 containers first.)

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Get Through Locked Doors Without Keys
-------------------------------------

To get through locked doors without having any Keys, just use the Fairy spell 
and fly right through the locked door!


Transforming Enemies
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If you use the magic Spell and there are any enemies currently onscreen, they 
will be turned into Bots.

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-=  12. Credits -=
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Darrell R. Daigle Sr. (Unionguy(at)bellsouth.net): For sending me some pretty 
interesting information regarding the Fairy and Spell spells.

Shaun Kelly (shaun146(at)home.com): For correcting information regarding 
where the Candle is found, listed in the Items section.

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