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/\ / \ / \ / \ / \ / \ / \ /______________\ /\ /\ / \ / \ / \ / \ / \ / \ / \ / \ / \ / \ / \ / \ /______________\/______________\ _____________________________________________________________________ | | | Enemies and Fighting in the Legend of Zelda | |_____________________________________________________________________| _____________________________________________________________________ | 1. Contents | |_____________________________________________________________________| Press CTRL + F to find something. If you wanted to find where Yellow Chuchus are, press CTRL F and enter 21. to find where Yellow Chuchus are. 1. Contents 2. Version History 3. Legal Infromation 4. Introduction 5. Weapons 6. Armoses 7. Armos Knights 8. Morths 9. Stalfoses 10. Darknuts 11. Blue Bubbles/Red Bubbles 12. Poes 13. Bokoblins 14. Moblins 15. Red Wizzrobes 16. Yellow Wizzrobes 17. Boko Babas 18. Peahats 19. Red Chuchus 20. Green Chuchus 21. Yellow Chuchus 22. Blue Chuchus 23. Dark Chuchus 24. Kargarocs 25. Miniblins 26. Magtails 27. Keese/Fire Keese 28. Beamos 29. Gyorgs 30. Warships 31. Big Octos 32. Octorocks 33. Seahats 34. Rats 35. Re-Deads 36. Floor Masters 37. Mothulas 38. Mad Piggies 39. Cyclos 40. Phantom Ganon 41. Gohma 42. Kalle Demos 43. Gohdan 44. Helmaroc King 45. Jalhalla 46. Molgera 47. Puppet Ganon 48. Ganon 49. Fighting Strategies 50. Grappling, A Closer Look 51. Test Your Strength 52. Grequently Asked Questions 53. Special Thanks/Contact Info 54. End _____________________________________________________________________ | 2. Version History | |_____________________________________________________________________| Version 1 - I only had the LBS and the Enemies list. That's it. Version 2 - I added Cyclos, Phantom Ganon, Gohma, Kalle Demos, Gohdan, the Helmaroc King, Jalhalla, Molgera, Puppet Ganon, and of course, Ganon himself. Size = 80,621 bytes Version 2.1 - I added the weapons section and fixed a little bit of grammar mistakes. Size = 84,807 bytes Version 2.2 - Added to the weapons, fixed grammar, and started a new section, Grappling. It is in the process, so be patient and it will be finished (or you could send stuff in to speed up the process by a lot). Also filled up the introduction with more great stuff. Added Test Your Strength Section and Fixed the Gyorg error. I got to adding the FAQ and changed the LBS into Fighting Strategies. Last But Not Least, I added the cool triforce at the beggining. The FAQ is REALLY big now!!! (I did the triforce all by myself!) Size=109,563 Bytes _____________________________________________________________________ | 3. Copyright 2005 Bjorn Swenson | |_____________________________________________________________________| This guide may not be reproduced under any circumstances except for private use. Feel free to print this guide out for yourself. It may not be posted on any website other then: -gamefaqs.com Do not post this any where like magazines or books either. Doing any of this is strictly prohibited and is a violation of copyright. If you do want this on your website or if you do want to put it in books or sell it, you must obtain permission from me, the author of this wonderful FAQ. _____________________________________________________________________ | 4. Introduction | |_____________________________________________________________________| Ah, finally,I don't have to sound so serious!So pretty much,this is an FAQ on fighting all of those annoying enemies when you're playing The Legend of Zelda: the Wind Waker. Losing all of your hearts is Particularly annoying, because Link passes out and starts at the BEGINNING of the dungeon. So now you have to go all through the rooms again and get to the place where you were.And it was all because of a peahat that you didn't know how to defeat! Well,learn how to deal with them here, because this gives you almost every way to kill things here, strategies to avoid their attacks, what they're called, what they look like, their attacks, and much much more!!!! And when I say much much more, I mean much mcuh more. Besides enemy status, the FAQ features weapons that you use in battle, in-depth sections on secrets and tips/tricks, tons of strategies, and where to test your skill. In other words, all you need to be a master warrior in the game. This is my first FAQ. Yay. _____________________________________________________________________ | 5. Weapons | |_____________________________________________________________________| You have a bunch of weapons in this game, so I thought I should tell you all about them. Hero's Sword-This is the first weapon you get in the game. Here is a list of all the moves you can do: B-Horizontal Slice Hold B-Spin Attack L+B-Vertical Slash L+UP B-Thrust L+A-Jump Attack L+Squiggly A and controller rumble-Parry If you give ten Knight's Crests to Orca he will teach you a special move called the Hurricane Spin. Hold B until your sword starts glowing yellow then release. Link spins around wildly, causing lots of damage to foes. Tilt the control stick to control the spin. It uses magic, so only use it in tight situations. Grappling Hook-This is a very useful item because it steals spoils from enemies. This is a great way to get Joy Pendants or Rupees or Hearts. Certain enemies can be grappled many times, and some can be grappled only once or twice. Medli gives this to you. Also use it to haul up treasure you find at sea. Deku Leaf-This is a magical leaf given to you by the great Deku Tree. You can float with it, or blow mighty gusts of winds. The Deku Leaf stuns enemies like Peahats, Boko Babas, Miniblins, and Bubbles. Boomerang-I say that this is the best item in the whole game. The Boomerang stuns just about anything you come across and can home in on five targets, hiting them all at once. Cuts vines, strings, and ropes that hold enemies up. You get this in the Forbidden Woods. Bombs-Niko secretly equips you with this after you complete his second course. You can throw three bombs out at enemies, or use them as a hefty cannon at sea. Arrows-The bow is the dungeon item of the Tower of the Gods. Shoots down almost anything flying in one hit. The arrows go on forever, so don't worry about being out of range. You can shoot special arrows like Light Arrows, Fire Arrows, or Ice Arrows. Skull Hammer-This is the strongest weapon you have, obtained by defeating Phantom Ganon. Bash down pegs or hammer down enemies. It sends a small shockwave through the ground, stunning lots of enemies. Here is a list of the moves you can do (Pretend the skull hammer is set to Y): L+Y=Vertical Slice L+ Sideways Y=Horizontal Slice L+A=Jump Attack L+R=Defend ( You use the Skull Hammer as a shield!!) You can get a good laugh if you it something with the Skull Hammer. Funniest things: Wizzrobes, Peahats, Mothulas, and Chuchus. Iron Boots-These are extremely heavy boots that prevent wind from blowing you away. When used in combonation with the Hookshot, they can pull things down and pull things towards you. Also use them to stop mighty currents or press down switches or springs. Hookshot-A cool looking item that pulls you towards things and pulls things towards you depending on the weight of the two objects. When used with the Iron Boots you can pull things down. You obtain this in the Wind Temple after defeating the Master Wizzrobe. Mirror Shield-The Earth Temple item. It allows you to reflect light at ghosts or zombies like Re-Deads or Poes to stun them. It absorbs fire but otherwise it acts as a nromal shield, only better-looking and more effecient. Master Sword-The famous blade the repels all evil (including Ganondorf).Exactly like the Hero's Sword only better- looking and twice as powerful as the Hero's Sword. Plus, if you drink Elixir Soup and double your power, you will have an extremely powerful sword. In the game, you power it up and it regains its power to repel all evil. Hero's Charm-Bestowed on you by Mrs. Marie, the joy fanatic. Give her twenty Joy Pendants and get the Cabana Deed, and twenty more to get the Hero's Charm, a mask that shows you the health that enemies have (including bosses). Just press start, press R, and you'll see the freaky mask on the right. Move your cursor over to it, press A, and choose "Equip." Now when you L-Target an enemy, there will be a red bar over the enemy's head, showing the health *Note* that you do not have to L-Target the bosses to see their health, it just shows a skull and the health the whole battle. *Note #2* When you are fighting Ganon, you can't see his health. I'm pretty sure I missed a few, so e-mail me if you think of any I missed. _____________________________________________________________________ | 6. Armoses | |_____________________________________________________________________| Description: LITTLE moving statues that "walk" by taking small hops around the room. Items Needed: Arrows, Sword Their Attacks: Armoses have spikes around them, so they hop into you,stabbing you with their spikes. Offensive Maneuver: If you shoot an arrow into its eye, it'll scream,and stop hopping around. Now run behind them and slash the thing that looks like a rupee. The Armos will start hopping in pain trying to damage you as it dies. Avoid this, and the Armos will explode. Evasive Maneuver: Just stay away from them. You attack them with long range weapons so this shouldn't be too hard. Found: Tower of the Gods, Wind Temple Spoils:Rupees, Hearts, etc. _____________________________________________________________________ | 7. Armos Knights | |_____________________________________________________________________| Description: Really big Armoses Items needed: Bombs, Arrows (optional) Their Attacks: Same as Armoses Evasive Maneuver: Stay away from them until their spikes go back into their bodies (or shoot an arrow into their eye). Offensive Maneuver: Take out a bomb or grab a nearby bomb flower. Wait until the Armos Knight's spikes go in and its mouth opens. Throw the bomb into its mouth. Again, it'll start spinning around and, after a while, the Armos Knight will blow up. Found: The Wind Temple, Caves Spoils:Rupees Hearts etc. _____________________________________________________________________ | 8. Morths | |_____________________________________________________________________| Description: Little spike balls with an eye in the middle. It's kinda sacary cause they always stare at you. Items Needed: Sword Their Attacks: Thankfully, Morths don't attack. They just slow your movement down by attaching themselves onto you. Evasive Maneuver: Well, it's best to just let them attach onto you so you can kill them and get it over with. Offensive Maneuver: Let the Morth attach onto you first. Now, you must do your spin attack. To do this, hold B until Link holds his sword behind him. Now release B and watch all of the morths fly away (and die). Found: Forbidden Woods, Where Mothulas are Spoils:N/A _____________________________________________________________________ | 9. Stalfoses | |_____________________________________________________________________| Ok, Stalfoses take a long time to fight because there are a lot of phases to killing them. Description: Huge skeletons with enourmous clubs with spiked clubs. They come out of coffins or out of the ground, so be on guard. Items Needed: For my really good strategy, you'll need bombs, the Boomerang, and the skull hammer. Their Attacks: They swing the clubs around them, hurting everything around them. Evasive Maneuvers: Stay Away! Offensive Maneuver: First, take out a bomb. Set it right at the Stalfose's feet. Now, quickly run away from it and press and hold the button that the boomerang is equipped to. Move the cursor so that it is on the Stalfoses head. Now their should be a yellow starburst. When the Stalfose blows up, release the boomerang and its head should stop jumping. Now run in and smash its head with the skull hammer, or else it will put itself back together again. Found: The Earth Temple, and other Ghostly Places Spoils: Rupees Hearts etc. _____________________________________________________________________ | 10. Darknuts | |_____________________________________________________________________| Description: Big knights with armor on and enormous swords. They sort of look like batman with their armor off. Items Needed: Sword Their Attacks: They swing their swords at you either vertically or horizontally. Evasive Maneuver: Use your basic L target dodges. Offensive Maneuver: First, L-target the Darknut (have your sword out). Next, wait until you see the A button in the upper-right hand corner turn squiggly. Press A at that exact moment. This SHOULD slice their armor off. If it doesn't work, keep doing it. Now, show them your sword! Found: Caves, Tower of The Gods, Ganon's Tower, Hyrule Castle Spoils: Knights Crest. Give them to Orca. _____________________________________________________________________ | 11. Blue Bubbles / Red Bubbles | |_____________________________________________________________________| Description: Despite their name, these things are floating skulls shrouded in smoke. Items Needed: sword, Deku Leaf / Hookshot their Attacks: They bite you and set you on fire or shroud you in blue mist. Evasive Maneuvers: Stay away from them or use your dodges. Offensive Maneuver: L-target them and use the hookshot, temporarily disabling their levatation. Now slash with the sword. Found: Tower of the gods, Earth Temple Spoils: Rupees, Hearts, Etc. _____________________________________________________________________ | 12. Poes | |_____________________________________________________________________| Description: Ghosts holding lanterns. Items Needed: Sword, Mirror Shield, Beam of Light Their Attacks: Poes either set you on fire with their lanterns, or they posess you if they are lantern-less (posessing you kills them, but your controls are opposite for a while). Evasive Maneuver: To avoid posession, stay away from a lanternless Poe, and stay away from them to avoid the fire attack. Offensive Maneuver: Stand in a beam of light and reflect it onto the Poe for a few seconds. The Poe will become solid and start running around. Now slice twice with the sword. Found: Earth Temple Spoils: Rupees, Hearts, etc. _____________________________________________________________________ | 13. Bokoblins | |_____________________________________________________________________| Description: Pig-Like things with various weapons. Items Needed: Any Weapon you have. Their Attacks: If they are not armed, they will go for a kick attack, if the Bokoblin is armed, it will swing its weapon at you Evasive Maneuver: L target Dodges. Offensive Maneuver: Use Your Weapon. If it's a sword,simple slashes will send it to its grave. Found: Almost everywhere Spoils: Joy Pendants. Give them to Mrs. Marie on Windfall Island. _____________________________________________________________________ | 14. Moblins | |_____________________________________________________________________| Description: Large pig monsters. In other words, big Bokoblins. They carry huge spears and sometimes lanterns. Items Needed: You can use any weapon of your choice. Their Attacks: They swing their huge spears at you. Evasive Maneuver: If you are using the sword, use a parry move, otherwise, use L-targeting dodges. Offensive Maneuver: Use your weapon. Fire arrows like crazy, Slash them like crazy, or use your skull hammer on them like crazy. Moblins can block, so be careful. Found: Almost everywhere Spoils: Skull Necklaces. Give them to Maggies dad on Windfall. _____________________________________________________________________ | 15. Red Wizzrobes | |_____________________________________________________________________| Description: Wizzrobes look like ducks that teleport around the room, waving a magic wand. Items Needed: Arrows or Sword. Their Attacks: Wizzrobes shoot three fireballs at you, and teleport somewhere else. Evasive Maneuver: Move out of the way of the fire balls, or use L-target doging as your evasive maneuver. Offensive Maneuver: You can do three things. You can slash the Wizzrobe with your sword when it teleports near you. You can also shoot two arrows at it. Finally, you can shoot one Fire Arrow at it for a 1 Hit KO. Take your pick. Found: Ghostly places, Tower of the Gods. Spoils: Rupees, Hearts, etc. _____________________________________________________________________ | 16. Yellow Wizzrobes | |_____________________________________________________________________| Description: These look like Red Wizzrobes but instead of having a red coloring, they are yellow. Items Needed: Arrows Their Attacks: Yellow Wizzrobes can summon enemies to fight you such as Moblins, Kargarocs, Morths, and Keese to fight you. If you kill the enemies it summons, it does no damage whatsoever to the Wizzrobe. And aside from their summoning move, they have the usual triple fire ball attack. Evasive Maneuver: Use L-targeting dodges to dodge the fire balls, and try to avoid the suumoned enemies' attacks. Offensive Maneuver: Yellow Wizzrobes are high in the air, so a good strategy would be to quickly kill all of the enemies they summon and then attack with arrows before it summons enemies or teleports. Found: The Wind Temple, Caves Spoils: Rupees, Hearts, etc. _____________________________________________________________________ | 17. Boko Babas | |_____________________________________________________________________| Description: Before You get close, these look like red buds in the ground. When you get close, they jump out at you, licking their lips. Boko Babas look like their tongues are made of bananas. Items Needed: Sword/ Boomerang/ Arrows Their Attack: Boko Babas attack by biting you with their sharp teeth, and sometimes even swallowing you! Evasive Maneuver: I find that running behind them works well, but after a while of confusion, it will turn to you. Offensive Strategy: Three Slashes with the sword stuns it, and a fourth blow kills it. Or just L- tartget it, and throw the boomerang for a 1 Hit KO. Or fire arrows will make the plant wither in pain and fall in defeat. Found: Outside of Forest Haven, inside the Forbidden Woods. Spoils: Boko Baba Seeds, Magic Magic Magic !!!!! Give the Boko Baba Seeds to the Korok in the Forest Haven _____________________________________________________________________ | 18. Peahats | |_____________________________________________________________________| Description: Peahats look like buds with a rotating propeller above their heads. Items Neded: Boomerang Their Attacks: Peahats dive bomb you, slicing you with the propeller. Evasive Maneuver: You should just take it down before it attacks you, but backflipping ( L down A) helps you get away from it. Offensive Maneuver: There are many ways to defeat a Peahat. The first way is to fan it with the Deku Leaf, stunning it for a while. Now slash with the sword. The second way is to hit it with the Boomerang and slash with the sword OR hit it again with the Boomerang. Or shoot one arrow of any kind for a one hit KO. Found: Forbidden Woods, forest locations Spoils: Rupees, Hearts, Golden Feather (You can only get this from a Peahat if you grapple it when it is flying. Otherwise, this is extremely hard to get). _____________________________________________________________________ | 19. Red Chuchus | |_____________________________________________________________________| Description: Red Chuchus look like blobs of red jelly that bounce around. For all of you Pokemon players these are like red Wobofetts. Items Needed: Sword Their Attacks: They squat down for a moment, then throw themselves into you, hurting you. Evasive Maneuver: Your side step dodge is very useful for avoiding the blobs. Offensive Maneuver: Chuchus probably win for the easiest enemy in the game. Slash with the sword once, and they're history. Found: Dragon Roost Cavern, Many Other Places Spoils: Red Chu Jelly.Give it to the potions master on Windfall. _____________________________________________________________________ | 20. Green Chuchus | |_____________________________________________________________________| Description: These look identical to Red Chuchus, only green. Items Needed: Sword Their Attacks: The usual squat and leap attack. Evasive Maneuver: L-Target dodges. Offensive Maneuver: Green Chuchus are more on the defensive side rather than offensive. First, they squish themselves up so tight that you can not hit them with a sword, inching across the ground. Next, they come up, squat, and leap. You hit it with the sword, just before it leaps at you. Found: Forbidden Woods, Many other Places Spoils: Green Chu Jelly. Give it to the potion master on Windfall. _____________________________________________________________________ | 21. Yellow Chuchus | |_____________________________________________________________________| Description: Yellow Blobs of jelly that seem to be electrified, that is, they are surrounded by bolts of electricity. Items Needed: Boomerang, Sword Their Attacks: Yup, the squat jump attack. Evasive Maneuver: L-Target dodges Offensive Maneuver: These are invinsible with those electrical waves surrounding it. So use the LBS strategy. The Boomerang stuns it momentarily, and one slash with the sword will do it in. Found: Tower of the Gods Spoils: Red and Green Chu Jelly. Give it to the potion master on Windfall Island. _____________________________________________________________________ | 22. Blue Chuchus | |_____________________________________________________________________| Description: Blue blobs of jelly that are surrounded by electrical waves. For Pokemon players, this is almost identical to a wobofett. Items Needed: Boomerang, Sword Their Attacks: As with every Chuchu you will encounter in the game, a squat leap attack is the Chuchu's move. Evasive Maneuver: L-Target Dodges Offensive Maneuver: L-Target it to stop those electrical waves and run in and slash with the sword. Found: These are probably the rarest enemy in the game. Once you kill a blue Chuchu, it will NEVER come back. These only appear on certain islands of which I do not know. Send in a list of the islands and I'll thank you greatly. Spoils: Blue Chu Jelly. Give fifteen globs of it to the potion guy on Windfall. Sells at 3 rupees a glob on Beedle's Ship. _____________________________________________________________________ | 23. Dark Chuchus | |_____________________________________________________________________| Description: Purple globs of jelly. Items Needed: Beam of Light Their Attacks: Squat Jump Evasive Maneuver: L-Target Dodges Offensive Maneuver: The oddest of the Chuchu group. This guy is invinsible until they become solid. And to do that, you must shine light onto them. There are two ways to do this. One way is to L-Target them and put up your mirror shield. Another way is to stand in a beam of light and wait for the Chuchu to get into the beam of light and freeze. Either way, pick up the Chuchu and throw it to defeat it. Found: Earth Temple Spoils: Rupees, Hearts, Etc. _____________________________________________________________________ | 24. Kargarocs | |_____________________________________________________________________| Description: A bird with a dazzling orange and neon green tail. Items Needed: Boomerang or Arrows or Sword. Their Attacks: A simple peck is a Kargaroc's attack. Evasive Maneuver: Kargarocs are very hard to avoid, so you should defeat it and not have to deal with dodges. Offensive Maneuver: L-Target it and hit it twice with the boomerang. Or one hit with an arrow will take care of it. As a challenge, try slashing with the sword. Found: Dragon Roost Island, Birds Peak Rock Spoils: Golden Feathers. Give 20 of these to the guard inside of the mail center. _____________________________________________________________________ | 25. Miniblins | |_____________________________________________________________________| Description: Very annoying little creatures that carry around short sticks and sound like a horn is being blown when they walk. Items Needed: Any Weapon Their Attacks: They stab you with their sticks. Evasive Maneuvers: Try to keep away from them until you are ready to attack. Offensive Maneuver: Slash with the sword, fire an arrow, whatever. Found: All Over, but mostly pirate like Places. Spoils: Rupees, Hearts, Etc. _____________________________________________________________________ | 26. Magtails | |_____________________________________________________________________| Description: Centipede-like creatures with one blue eye. Enjoy lava and fire. Items Needed: Sword Their Attacks: Magtails stand up fiercely, rear back, and snap you with their pincers. Evasive Maneuver: Do not do a backflip, but try side stepping. Offensive Maneuver: Get your sword out and L-target it. Preform a parry move by pressing A when the controller shakes and the A button in the upper right hand corner of the screen gets squiggly. This will kill the Magtail. If you want to roll it up into a ball, slash when it is about to attack you. Now you can place the Magtail on a switch. Found: Volcanos Spoils: Rupees, Hearts, Etc. _____________________________________________________________________ | 27. Keese / Fire Keese | |_____________________________________________________________________| Description: The famous bats that flap their wings rapidly, screeching. Items Needed: Sword Their Attacks: Keese hover around you for a while, then fly in and bite you. Evasive Maneuvers: Keese are so easy to kill that you should defeat them quickly. There is no need for dodging. If Fire Keese set you on fire, run around and roll (whatever happened to STOP, drop and roll?) Offensive Maneuver: Slash with the sword once. Keese are real push- overs. Found: Keese are found in caves, Fire Keese in volcanos. Spoils:Rupees, Hearts, Etc. _____________________________________________________________________ | 28. Beamos | |_____________________________________________________________________| Description: Statues that have a ball orbiting them. An eye comes out when you get close. Items Needed: Bombs or Arrows Their Attacks: The eye that comes out when you get close shoots a precise laser out of it. Evasive Maneuver: Beamos' laser is so precise that running isn't enough, nor L-target dodges. So shielding is your only hope of blocking a Beamo's beam. Offensive Maneuver: Pull out a bomb. Wait shortly then time it right so it explodes right on top of the orbiting ball. It should explode and kill the Beamo. Or, if you are quick, shoot an arrow into the eye to kill it. Also there are two different kinds of Beamos; red and blue. Red aim and shoot, their shots following you around. Blue Beamos are like guards. They shoot in a straight line when you get close, preventing you from crossing until it is dead. Found: Tower of the Gods ONLY Spoils: N/A _____________________________________________________________________ | 29. Gyorgs | |_____________________________________________________________________| Description: These look like normal sharks. Items Needed: A projectile of some kind. Their Attacks: The shark will either gently try to knock you out of your boat if your boat is still, or swim ahead of you and ram back at you. If it hits you, you will be knocked out of your boat. Evasive Maneuver: If the Shark swims ahead of you, jump by pressing R when it is charging to avoid this attack. And if the Shark knocks you gently, put up your sail and get away. Offensive Maneuver: Fire an arrow or two or throw the Boomerang twice to defeat the Shark. Found: Out on the Great Sea, gather around Shark and Tingle Island. Spoils: Rupees _____________________________________________________________________ | 30. Warships | |_____________________________________________________________________| Description: Small ships that have a gun. These are little, not enormous ships. Items Needed: Bomb Cannon Their Attacks: Warships fire cannon balls at you, knocking you out of your boat if they score a hit. Evasive Maneuver: A good thing to do is to get as close to the ship as possible. This makes it so the ship cannot see you and cannot hit you. Offensive Maneuver: Get up close to the ship as you can to avoid fire and fire three cannon balls at the Warship. Getting close to the ship avoids fire and gives you a clear shot at the thing. Found: Places around the great sea, but places like two eye reef or six eye reef have lots. Spoils: A treasure of some kind and Rupees and Hearts _____________________________________________________________________ | 31. Big Octos | |_____________________________________________________________________| Description: Giant Squids with a certain number of eyes. Items Needed: Arrows Their Attacks: Giant Squids suck you into a whirlpool and if you get to the center, you die and start somewhere else, so DON'T DIE!!! Evasive Maneuvers: N/A Offensive Maneuvers: If you see a flock of seagulls, know that you are in mortal danger. These mark the spots of giant squids. To defeat these huge things, shoot two arrows into each eye. Some squids have 12, others have 3 eyes. Either way, the Octo will die when all eyes turn black. Found: Two Eye Reef, Certain other islands that I do not know of. Spoils: Wether it is a Peice of Heart, a magic upgrade, or 100 rupees, these Octos trophies are worth the fight. _____________________________________________________________________ | 32. Octorocks | |_____________________________________________________________________| Description: Small octopuses that like rivers. Items Needed: Shield or Master Sword Their Attack: Octorocks shoot a pink-purple ball at you through their noses. Evasive Maneuver: Octorocks have bad aim, so after the ball is fired you can side step dodge effectively. Offensive Maneuver: When the Octorock fires the ball, put up your shield immediately. This will reflect the ball back at the Octorock, killing it in one hit. Alternatively, you could swing the Master Sword when it comes at you, which will reflect the ball back. Found: Forest Haven, other rivers Spoils: Rupees, Hearts, Bombs _____________________________________________________________________ | 33. Seahats | |_____________________________________________________________________| Description: Seahats look very much like Peahats only you will find them flying around the sea. Items Needed: Arrows or Boomerang Their Attack: Seahats dive-bomb you very quickly, knocking you out of your boat in the process. Evasive Maneuver: These are hard to evade, so try putting up your sail to avoid these. Offensive Maneuver: Fire one arrow or throw the Boomerang twice. Found: Triangle Islands, other places on the great sea. Spoils: Rupees, Hearts, Etc. _____________________________________________________________________ | 34. Rats | |_____________________________________________________________________| Description: These look like normal rats like the ones you find in your garage. Items Needed: Any item, but the Boomerang works the best. Their Attack: If Rats hit you, they steal your Rupees, annoying you a lot. Pick them up quickly. Evasive Maneuver: Rats are so quick, you cannot dodge their attacks. Offensive Maneuver: To defeat Rats, L-Target them, and throw the Boomerang. The Rats are so fast that the Boomerang is the only thing that is useful against them. Found: Caves Spoils: Rupees, Hearts, Etc. _____________________________________________________________________ | 35. Re-Deads | |_____________________________________________________________________| Description: Scary zombies that come out of coffins to attack you. Items Needed: Sword, Beam of Light (Optional) Their Attack: Redeads scream when you get close to them, so attacking on your end get really tricky. And if you get REALLY close, the Redead starts biting you, making you lose one whole heart. Evasive Maneuver: It is really impossible to avoid the ear-splitting scream and stay away from them to avoid the bite attack. Offensive Maneuver: If you have a beam of light, stand in it and reflect light onto it. Now run in and slash with the sword. If you do not have a beam of light, get as close as you can and use your jump attack. Now keep attacking. You can also use the skull hammer and do a jump attack. This stuns it for about a second, so hack away at it then. Found: Earth Temple, Ghostly Places Spoils: Rupees, Hearts, Etc. _____________________________________________________________________ | 36. Floor Masters | |_____________________________________________________________________| Description: These look like a black hole sucking dust into it. The hole moves around the floor. When you get close, a purple hand emerges. Items Needed: Arrows Their "Attack": Floor Masters grab you and suck you into their hole, sending you to the room that you were last in. Floor Masters might win the contest for most annoying enemy in the game. Evasive Maneuver: There is no avoiding a Floor Master's grab. Offensive Maneuver: I find that you should get close to the Floor Master, and run away. Now stay a good distance away from it and L-Target it. Now shoot six arrows at it. This is the most effective way to kill a Floor Master. Found: Earth Temple Spoils: Rupees, Hearts, Etc. _____________________________________________________________________ | 37. Mothulas | |_____________________________________________________________________| Description: Ground-dwelling moths that have one green eye. Other Mothulas have wings. Items Needed: Sword Their Attacks: Mothulas have two attacks. One is they ram you with their heads and the other is to shoot out Morths to attack you. Flying Mothulas divebomb you. Evasive Maneuver: If the Mothula starts trying to ram you, run around the room to avoid it. You can't really dodge the Morth attack, so just live with it. Offensive Maneuver: Slashing the Mothula a few times will kill it. But Flying Mothulas are much harder. If you do not have the Boomerang and you are fighting it, it is tricky. Do jump attacks with your sword to knock off the Mothula's wings and then slash with the sword to kill. Found: Mothulas are found in the Forbidden woods and caves, but Flying Mothulas are found only once in the Forbidden woods and in the Savage Labrinth. Spoils: Rupees, Hearts, Etc. _____________________________________________________________________ | 38. Mad Piggies | |_____________________________________________________________________| Description: If you slash a pig on Outset Island or on Windfall Island, it will turn red and start running after you. If it catches you, it will cause LOTS of damage to you, even killing you. Items Needed: Water Their Attacks: The Mad Piggie rams into you. Evasive Maneuver: Mad Piggies are faster than your run, so roll around the area to stay away from them. Offensive Maneuver: Run to a pool of water. Now jump into it. The Mad Piggie will follow you and jump into the water, soothing it and calming it down. Found: Windfall, Outset Spoils: N/A _____________________________________________________________________ | 39. Cyclos | |_____________________________________________________________________| Description: If you enter a really big cyclone, the evil wind god Cyclos will appear, dooming you. You can't get out of the cyclone, so fighting is your only way out. Cyclos looks like a pink cloud in the top of the cyclone with a frog sitting on it. Items Needed: Arrows His Attacks: Cyclos is nice and doesn't attack you, but sucks you into his cyclone. Get to the middle of it and you will be in for and unpleasant surprise. Evasive Maneuver: N/A Offensive Maneuver: Shoot two arrows at the pink cloud. Aiming is extremely hard because you are spinning around. So aim to the side of Cyclos. You are timed on this. Found: Any big cyclone Spoils: Compliments and the Ballad of Gales, a song that lets you teleport around the world. _____________________________________________________________________ | 40. Phantom Ganon | |_____________________________________________________________________| Description: Phantom Ganon looks like a huge black figure, holding a black sword. Items Needed: Master Sword His Attacks: Phantom Ganon can do a multitude of things. For his first move, he raises a big blue energy ball and fires it at you. His second move consists of him raising a red energy ball and throws it at you, which splits up into about ten small energy balls that home in on you. His final attack is where he makes about five copies of himself and make a circle around you. They take turns slashing at you, and then the Phantom reveals himself to you. Those are his three attacks. Evasive Maneuver: To dodge his blue ball, just run out of the way of it. Dodging the red one is much trickier. When fires it, roll towards Phantom Ganon as fast as you can, hopefully putting the missles off course. And for the copy attack, when the circle starts closing in on you, roll out of the circle very quickly before they slash you. Offensive Maneuver: To defeat this scary phantom, dodge all of his attacks until he raises the blue energy ball above his head. When he fires it at you, wait until it is about to touch you. Now swing the sword. It takes a long time to master the timing so don't worry if you are bad at it. Anyways, once you swing the sword, it should reflect it back at Phantom Ganon. Now he reflects it back at you, you reflect it back at him for a very long game of tennis. After like 7 times of reflection, Phantom Ganon misses and slowly floats down to the ground, clutching his sword for support. At this point, run in and slash with the sword a couple of times and Phantom Ganon will no longer live. Found: Forsaken Fortress (second time) and Ganon's Tower Spoils: None _____________________________________________________________________ | 41. Gohma | |_____________________________________________________________________| Description: Gohma looks like a very gargantuan magtail-centipede thing with two enormous pincers and one eye. Arena: You fight Gohma in a lava pit with a skinny piece of land around it. Wooden platforms are all around the walls, and there are pots you can break for hearts if you are low on health. Also, Valoo's tail is hanging from a hole in the celing. Items Needed: Grappling Hook, Sword His Attacks: Gohma has a variety of moves. One move is Gohma takes a swipe at you with his claws, getting it stuck in the ground in the process. Another attack is for it to engulf you in flames by shooting fire at you if you are on a wooden platforms. This boss can also slam both pincers into the ground trapping you in-between. When you are trapped there, it charges up a mighty stream of fire. Also, after you bring the celing down on it, it will put a celing back up, shooting fire balls at you as well. Evasive Maneuver: Because of the tiny walking space, dodging his attacks are hard. To dodge the one claw swipe move, just roll around the room and you should dodge it. You can't dodge the fire attack, but if you are on a wooden platform, break the pots for hearts and jump off. Dodging the two claw trap is just the same as the one claw swipe-just roll around. Dodging the fire balls are a bit harder, because there are many of them. Rolling around helps, but don't rely on it to dodge them. Offensive Maneuver: Gohma is the first boss, so you only have three hearts. This makes it very tricky. The object of the boss is to hit the armoured eye. But you would need something very strong to even crack armour that hard. Maybe a stone celing would work. Grapple onto Valoo's tail with the Grappling Hook. Now swing and jump off. Try to land on a wooden platform but if you don't that's okay (just don't land in the lava). Right after you jump off, the celing should come off and right onto Gohma's exoskeleton, cracking it a bit. Now repeat the process two more times to fully remove the armour, exposing its eye. But there is one problem. Gohma is a bit faster now. To get the eye over to you so you can slash it, press L on your controller and press whatever the grappling hook is set to. Doing this should pull Gohma over to you and its eye should be getting all googly. At this part, slash the eye like he's Ganondorf. Repeat this process one or two more times, and, depending on how fast you are with your sword, Gohma will die. They did a good job on his death. He starts flailing around, hardens into stone. So does the lava around him. He now explodes into teeny tiny pieces. Yay. You beat the first boss!!! Found: Dragon Roost Cavern, Ganon's Tower Spoils: Heart Container _____________________________________________________________________ | 42. Kalle Demos | |_____________________________________________________________________| Description: Kalle Demos is a mutated Boko Baba encased inside a tough bulb. Many vines come out of the bulb. There are about twenty-five that attach the bulb to the celing and about fifteen other ones that attack you. Arena: You fight this boss in a garden type place with a relaxing blue glow to it. There are small patches of grass that earn you hearts if sliced, but otherwise, this is pretty plain. Items Needed: Boomerang, Sword Its Attacks: Kalle Demos has three attacks. One of them is for a tentacle to start glowing green. After a small charge-up it smacks you. The second attack is where all of the tentacles bury themselves underground and come up, striking you. Also, if you are slashing the plant and you are there when it closes up, you will get damaged. Evasive Maneuver: If a tentacle starts glowing green, you can either put up your shield to block the attack or you can run away like a coward. To avoid the underground move, roll around the room like you are on fire. Offensive Maneuver: This boss keeps you busy attacking and defending. For the first phase, the boss will be hanging from the celing. Get out your Boomerang and move it around until you see four or five starbursts. At this point, let go of the button that the boomerang is set to. While the boomerang is cutting the vines, put up your shield with R to avoid getting slammed by the vines. Repeat the process until the bulb drops onto the floor, exposing the mutated plant. Run in as quickly as possible and slash, slash, slash. After a few seconds, the plant will regain strength and close the bulb, damaging you if you are inside. Repeat the vine cutting and mutant slashing a few more times to make Kalle Demos history. Found: Forbidden Woods Spoils: Heart Container, Makar _____________________________________________________________________ | 43. Gohdan | |_____________________________________________________________________| Description: Gohdan looks like a really big statue with two floating hands to keep him company. His hands each have a red eye in them and he has two red eyes himself. Arena: You fight Gohdan in a kind of robotic arena. It has the same neon blue feel to it as Kalle Demos's arena. There are electric fields in the perimeter of the room. His Attacks: Ghodan's hands can do so many things. Sometimes, they push you into the electric part, sometimes they smash you, and other times they work together and do incredible combos. But Ghodan doesn't only rely on hands. If his hands are disabled, he will charge up a stream of fire and rapidly shoot it at you. Evasive Maneuver: If the hand tries to push you off of the platform, run to the wrist of the hand and out of the path. Rolling around dodges the other attacks. If you are thrown into the electric fields, run as quickly as you can up back onto the stage before Link becomes fried. If the head starts charging up fire, roll towards the head and around the room. Offensive Maneuver: First, take out the hands by shooting two arrows into them. Now the head's eyes will open. Shoot as many arrows as you can into the eyes. Once both eyes have been shot enough, the head will be paralyzed and drop to the ground. Now throw a bomb into the mouth. Three bombs in the mouth will doom this boss forever. Oh, and if you run out of arrows or bombs, the head will sneeze out arrows or bombs (snot arrows?) Found: Tower of the Gods Spoils: Heart Container _____________________________________________________________________ | 44. Helmaroc King | |_____________________________________________________________________| Description: This looks like a giant Kargaroc wearing a mask. Arena: For the first arena, you are in a room filling up with water, and your job is to ROLL to the top. Ignore the Bokoblins in the pots, and make it up FAST. For the second arena, you are on top of the Forsaken Fortress on a flat platform, with spikes surrounding it. Items Needed: Master Sword, Skull Hammer His Attacks: The Helmaroc King has a few attacks. For one, he lands on the ground, rears back, and pecks you. Sometimes, he flaps his wings and tries to blow you into the spikes. And most of the time, he flies around and rakes his claws around the arena, pushing you into the spikes. Evasive Maneuver: When the Helmaroc King lands, L-target it. When Its beak is COMING AT YOU press sideways+A to do a sidestep dodge. Dodge the claw raking as you would a push from Gohdan's hand (see above). And for the gust, put on the Iron Boots if you have them or run into the wind. Offensive Maneuver: When the Helmaroc King lands and pecks, dodge that and take out your skull hammer. Bash the King's mask. Do this four more times to break the mask off completely, showing off his ugly side. Now repeat the process, but instead of smashing him with the Skull Hammer, slash with the Sword. Do this a couple more times, and you will not have to fight him ever again. Found: Forsaken Fortress (second time) Spoils: Heart Container _____________________________________________________________________ | 45. Jalhalla | |_____________________________________________________________________| Description: A giant Poe wearing a mask. Carries a strange lantern. Arena: You fight him in a mysterious room with spikes on the walls. There are beams of light in the room, but they move around sometimes. There are also skulls littered about the arena. Items Needed: Mirror Shield, Beam of Light, Hurricane Spin (rec.), Power Bracelets His Attacks: The Poe has two attacks. After it puts itself together again (see offensive maneuver), it will suck up the skulls and spin around shooting fire everywhere. Also, the Poe likes to belly-flop on top of you, messing up your controls for a while. Sometimes, he just fires fire balls at you. Evasive Maneuver: All of Jalhalla's attacks can be avoided by shining a bit of light on him, stopping him in his tracks. But rolling around dodges the fire attacks and light shining "dodges" the belly flop. Offensive Maneuver: A very easy boss IMO. To defeat him, shine light onto him for three seconds or so. This is'nt hard because he is huge and such an easy target. After you shine light on him, he will become solid and drop onto the floor, dazed. Now pick him up and throw him into the spikes on the wall, spliting him up into about twenty normal Poes. Now charge up the mighty Hurricane Spin and release it on the Poes. Repeat the process until there are no Poes left, then Jalhalla will be defeated. Found: Earth Temple, Ganon's Tower Spoils: Heart Container, a bit of the Master Sword's power back. _____________________________________________________________________ | 46. Molgera | |_____________________________________________________________________| Description: Molgera looks like a giant sandworm / giant sanddragon. Arena: You fight this boss in a sand pit, nothing special in this terrain. Items Needed: Hookshot, Sword Her Attacks: Molgera swallows you, depleting your health by two hearts. Yes, TWO hearts. So don't get swallowed. Molgera also spits out some baby worms to attack you. And occasionaly she jumps out of the sand and dive-bombs you. Evasive Maneuver: If the sand turns dark around you, get out of there FAST because Molgera is going to come up right there and swallow you. The babies don't attack you, so ignore them. And roll around in circles to avoid the dive-bomb attack. Offensive Maneuver: When Molgera comes up out of the ground, it will open its mouth and wave its tongue around. L- target the tongue and Hookshot it. Now slash with the sword a couple of times to cause damage. Just keep doing this and the worm will dry up and crack. Found: Wind Temple, Ganon's Tower Spoils: Heart Container, Master Sword's full power. _____________________________________________________________________ | 47. Puppet Ganon | |_____________________________________________________________________| Description: This boss has three phases. One looks like a normal puppet, the second a spider, and the third looks like a snake. Has a blue ball for a tail. Arena: Puppet Ganon is fought in a pool of shallow water. There are some Hookshot-able platforms with pots, but that's it. Items Needed: Light Arrows, Magic, Boomerang, Sword His Attacks: In his first phase, he punches you, in the second one, he body slams you, and for the third one, he slides over you. Evasive Maneuver: Sidestep dodges dodge the puch well. Adjusting the camera angle and running out of the way helps not to be squashed. And he moves so fast in the third phase that dodging is pretty much impossible. Offensive Maneuver: Phase one: Cut down all five blue strings that hold the puppet up to immobolize it and shoot a light arrow into the tail. Repeat twice. Phase two: Adjust the camera so you can see the reflection of him in the water. He should be spinning around. When he stops, look to see where the tail is. Run close to that spot, but be careful to be sure that he won't land on you. Now shoot a light arrow into the tail. Repeat two more times. Phase three: Slash the head with the sword to stun for about one second. In this one second shoot a light arrow into the tail. Repeat twice. Found: Ganon's Tower Spoils: None _____________________________________________________________________ | 48. Ganon | |_____________________________________________________________________| Description: Do I really have to give a description?! Ganondorf looks like a green faced man wearing a black cape. He holds two swords. Arena: You fight Ganon on top of Ganon's Tower. The whole place is filling with water and if you touch the perimeter of the circular room, you get hurt. That is all, oh and bring A LOT of Fairies and Elixir Soup! Items Needed: Sword, Mirror Shield His Attacks: Ganondorf does a sword combo that has one slash with one sword, a block with the next sword, then he twirls around and jumps in the air, making an X with the swords. Also, he does a kick. His moves are sooooooooooo COOL! Evasive Maneuver: I sort of found that if you hookshot him while he is comboing, he will do a block and that saves you because if he was about to hit you, he would block instead. His kick comes out of nowhere, so unless you are psychic, you won't be able to evade this. Offensive Maneuver: Phase one: Zelda is shooting light arrows at Ganondorf. This stuns him momentarily, giving you a tiny chance to slash. After a few rounds of this, Ganon will slap Zelda, knocking her out. Phase two: Zelda is "sleeping" and Ganon is trying to kill you. The only way to get her to wake up is to get in a few hits. But with Ganon's blocking ability, that is impossible. There are two ways to get in a few hits. One is to do a parry when he does his jump move, but this almost never works, but try it. The next way is to slash him when he starts laughing maniacly. He does this occasionaly after he does a combo. Phase three: Zelda wakes up. She tries to shoot Ganon with arrows, but Ganon does a super-cool dodge every time. So she starts shooting light arrows at you. Your job is to reflect them off of your Mirror Shield, stunning Ganon for a short period of time. In this short period of time, you must slash Ganondorf. Keep on doing this, and you will beat the game. Found: Ganon's Tower Spoils: An Awesome Cutscene _____________________________________________________________________ | 49. Fighting Strategies | |_____________________________________________________________________| Here are some of the best fighting strategies that people use a lot. Main Fighting Strategy = L target, throw boomerang, slash with sword. We will call this strategy the LBS (L target, Boomerang, Sword) and will be reffered to as LBS for the rest of the FAQ. You must have fast fingers to do LBS. It's almost like you press L, Y, and B at the same time ( My boomerang is always set to Y). Like I said, this is a main strategy. The LBS does not work with every enemy that you will face. In the first place, it works for enemies that are weak against the boomerang and sword . Enemies like Poes, Wizzrobes, Darknuts, and Blue Bubbles will need different strategies to defeat. Other Strategy = Isolate Until They're Gone This works for groups of enemies. It says that if you get surrounded with enemies run away from the pack and somehow lure one or two of the enemy towards you. Dispose of the isolated enemy then lure another one away and kill it. I use this one a lot. Other Strategy = Stun and Run Another great way to deal with small groups of two or three. For instance, if you were fighting two Moblins and you felt a little crowded, throw the Boomerang at one Moblin, then run away to the other Moblin and get in a few hits. When the Moblin you just stuns gets back up and runs towards you, stun the one that you just hit. Now get in a few hits on the other one and so on. _____________________________________________________________________ | 50. Grappling, a closer look | |_____________________________________________________________________| As you (hopefully) know, if you L-target an enemy and grapple them, you get their spoils and other things like Rupees, Hearts, Magic, and other things. But as you've (hopefully) noticed, certain things can be grappled an amount of times. I have provided a list of the enemy, how many times it can be grappled, and what you get from them. Armoses-0-N/A Armos Knights-0-N/A Moblin-5-Skull Necklaces, Magic, LOTS of Rupees, Hearts Darknut-5-Knight's Crest, Rupees, Hearts Peahts-3-Golden Feather, Rupees Boko Babas-3-Boko Baba Seeds, LOTS of Magic Chuchus-1-Chu Jelly Flying Mothulas-5(I think)-Golden Feathers, Hearts, Rupees Re-Deads-5-LOTS of Rupees and occasional hearts Keese-0-Grappling them kills them, so you get the normal spoils. I'm still fiddling around with how many times you can grapple things, and what you get when you grapple them, so it will rapidly update. Send stuff in to speed up the process a lot. _____________________________________________________________________ | 51. Test Your Strength | |_____________________________________________________________________| Any well-trained warrior loves battling their way through the SAVAGE LABYRINTH. Sound scary? Well, it isn't. It's just 50 floors of solid enemies, From Chuchus to Stalfoses to Darknuts to Mothulas to... You get the picture. But where is the Savage Labyrinth? Savage Island? Wrong. The Savage Labryinth lies on the very island your were born on. Outset Island. Please please please note that you will NOT get a single spoil from any enemy (yes that means hearts). But as most people don't realize, you can grapple enemies for hearts. The programmers were smart though and made it so hearts are rare when you grapple things. So come with at least a bottle of Elixir Soup and a Blue Potion. Most people say this is hard to scare people but let me tell you now-the Savage Labyrinth is not hard at all (if you've read my enemy guide). Items Needed: Power Bracelets, Deku Leaf Items Reccommended: 3 or more bottles; one with Elixir Soup, one with a blue potion, and the rest with fairies. Master Sword, Grappling Hook, Boomerang, Deku Leaf, Bombs, Arrows, Skull Hammer, Mirror Shield, Hookshot, Fire and Ice Arrows, Wind Waker. Found: You know how you saved Tetra at the Forest of the Fairies? Well, go over to the bridge you crossed and turn around. You should see an elevated hill with three rocks on it and some trees. Climb up here and change the wind direction to the west. Now whip out your telescope and look around. Focus onto a hill with a face on it. There should be a tree next to it. This is your target. Jump off of the rock and float to the rock using your Deku Leaf. If you have a double magic meter, you'll be fine, if you don't, you'll barely make it. Cut the patch of grass to refill your magic meter, then pick up the gargantuan rock and throw it away. Drop down the hole left behind. This is the Savage Labyrinth. ***NOTE*** You can alternatively Hookshot to the palm tree Behind your house. I highly reccommend this because you don't waste any magic and it is very quick. But, if you aren't that far in the game and you don't have the Hookshot, do the normal route. Floors: #1-A "rest stop". It has a pot with three fairies, a hole, and an exit, just in case you came by mistake. #2-10 Keese. Rather than slashing like mad at the noisy bats, when a swarm comes to you press L and throw the boomerang. After you throw it, release L, wait until that Keese dies, then L-target another, throw the Boomerang and so on. Once all of the Keese have been killed in some way, the ring of fire that was blocking a hole dissapears, just waiting for you to fall down it. #3-6 Miniblins. I slash like crazy. They do attack in swarms so do a spin attack if it gets crowded. But its only six Miniblins, what could go wrong? #4-4 Bokoblins with Boko Sticks. Just do the normal LBS. #5-6 Red Chuchus. Get their Chu Jelly, then defeat them any way you like. #6-4 Magtails. Do a parry slash to kill them instantly, because you don't need to place them on switches. #7-4 Keese and 4 Miniblins. Take out the Keese first to avoid being slaughtered by the Miniblins. #8-A lava-themed room. 4 Fire Keese, 2 Magtails. You need room to take care of Magtails, so dispose of the Fire Keese to make your parrying a lot easier. #9-Another fiery room with 4 Bokoblins with flaming Boko Sticks and 2 fire Keese. Take out the Fire Keese first, then the Bokoblins. #10-2 Moblins. Throw the Boomerang at both of the Moblins then grapple them for hearts, just for some extra steam. Now throw the Boomerang again and slash them, although the Skull Hammer is powerful than any other weapon, so consider using that. #11-A "rest stop." If you need hearts (Hopefully not), the small pots contain refills. If you just want Rupees, the big pots will shower out purple, red, even orange Rupees when broken. You can get both kinds of pots. Also, there is an exit to the first floor in each rest stop. #12-6 Peahats. If you aren't to good at fighting, this is a little tough because Peahats are coming at you from all sides. To avoid being surrounded, run away from the pack and lure a Peahat toward you, isolating it. Now do the Boomerang twice method to kill it. Keep isolating Peahats until they're gone. #13-4 Green Chuchus. To prevent yourself from being annoyed by them, stun them first THEN slash with the sword. Also, grapple them for Green Chu Jelly. #14-5 Boko Babas. Here's what to do. L-Target, Grapple them, throw Boomerang. Repeat until there are no more Boko Babas. #15-4 Bokoblins with shields and swords. Grappling enemies with shields is extra hard because they will always block your grappling hook. The only way to grapple them is to wait until they are about to attack, which leaves them vulnerable. Quickly grapple them and get your Joy Pendant or Heart. Then, kill them with your weapon. #16-5 Mothulas. Do the isolation strategy to deal with them, because things can get really crowded with Mothulas. I do reccommend slashing like mad if you are in a tight situation. #17-3 Peahats and 3 Boko Babas. A Boko Baba and 2 or 3 Peahats start out right next to you, so run away from the pack and kill a few Peahats before moving on to the stationary Boko Babas. #18-You face 4 Bokoblins and 4 Green Chuchus. Using the LBS really helps for both enemies because the Chuchus don't hide and the Bokoblins don't attack. I suggest killing the wild Bokoblins first and move on to the calmer Chuchus. #19-2 Bokoblins and 3 Mothulas challenge you. I find this floor quite tough for beginners so use any fighting strategy you have to defeat them. #20-2 Flying Mothulas. You've faced one before in the Forbidden Woods. Use Fire or Ice arrows to 1-Hit KO them easily. Sometimes even the arrow will hit both of them at once and KO both. #21-A "rest stop". Now you only have three refill pots and the two Ruppe Pots. #22-3 Red Wizzrobes. If you are bored, smash them with the Skull Hammer to get a guarrunteed laugh out of you. Or to a jump attack with the sword for a quick kill. If the Wizzrobe is shy and is up in the sky, use two normal arrows or a fire arrow to kill it. #23-4 Armoses. Shoot Arrows into their eyes and slash their backs to kill them. #24-2 Armos Knights and some bomb flowers scattered across the floor. Don't use the Bomb Flowers as they blow up quickly. Use your bombs because they don't blow up as quick. #25-6 yellow Chuchus in pots. Use your Boomerang to break open 2 or 3 pots. Now stun the Yellow Chuchus and slash them. Break open some more pots and kill the Chuchus. Do this to only have to deal with a few Chuchus at a time. #26-4 red Bubbles. Either fan them with the Deku Leaf or just slash them. Either one works. #27-2 Bokoblins and a Darknut with no shield. When you enter the room, just stand where you are and snipe the Bokoblins with arrows or bombs. Then take out the Darknut. #28-3 Armoses and 1 Red Wizzrobe guard this floor. You will get pounded if you don't take out the Wizzrobe first. It's just to tricky dodging fireballs and slashing other things on peoples' backs. #29-Two Armos Knights and two Red Bubbles. I highly reccommend to snipe the skulls from a distance with arrows before going anywhere or doing anything. I mean who doesn't like being able to defeat enemies without them knowing what hit them? #30-2 Darknuts with bucklers (small round shields). #31-An exit, some pots and a wind crest. This time you only get two refill pots, and two Rupee Pots. On the wind crest, play the wind's requeium to make a treasure chest appear contaning a triforce chart, required to beat the game. Get the chart and stand in one of the two light beams. Using the Mirror Shield, reflect light onto an elephant statue for a few seconds. Desinagrating it reveals a hole, leading you down the rest of this horrible labyrinth. #32-6 Re-Deads. Do a jump attack with the skull hammer and hack away with the sword. Try not to have more than one Re-Dead screaming at you, because then things get tricky. #33-4 Blue Bubbles. You can either hookshot them and slash them, or fan them with the Deku Leaf and slash them. Or snipe them with arrows before they come up to attack you. #34-6 Dark Chuchus are patrolling this floor. Note the beam of light in the room. Stand in the beam of light and shine light on a few of the Chuchus. Now hammer away at their stone bodies. #35-5 Poes. Shine light on them using the light beam to make them solid, then slash them like mad with your sword. #36-3 Flying Mothulas. Use a fire or ice arrow to kill them instantly. #37-2 Moblins, 3 Re-Deads. Take out the Re-Deads first, then do the normal stuff with Moblins. #38-5 Dark Chuchus and a Flying Mothula. Destroy the Flying Mothula first, then kill the Chuchus. #39-2 Moblins and 5 Poes. Kill the Moblins first to make things a lot easier. #40-4 Blue Bubbles and 2 Stalfoses. You will lose A LOT of hearts if you don't kill the Blue Bubbles first, so kill the Blue Bubbles as soon as possible. #41-A "rest stop". This time you have NO refill pots, and 6 Rupee pots. You will become EXTREMELY rich after this floor. #42-25 Miniblins. Use either the Hurricane Spin, or a normal spin attack if you are low on magic. A spin attack clears about 8, but a Hurricane Spin kills a great deal of them. #43-A TON of red, green, and yellow Chuchus all in a circle. They appear when you walk in the middle of the room. There are two strategies that are specifically for this floor. One is to slam the Skull Hammer to stun them all, giving you a chance to kill some Chuchus. Another one is to set a bomb in the middle of the circle. After you set it there, go in the corner of the room and charge up a Hurricane Spin. When the bomb blows up, release B and kill all of the Chuchus easily. #44-There lies a Skull Hammer switch in the middle of the room. Hammer it down and you come across 5 Red Wizzrobes. Use the Skull Hammer to 1-Hit KO the ones on the ground, and fire arrows for the ones levatating in the air. #45-25 Bokoblins. Just lock onto one and mash the B button for pleasing results. DO NOT grapple the Bokoblins because the other Bokoblins will start attacking you before you can get your heart. #46-4 Re-Deads and 2 Stalfoses. If you are low on hearts, this is THE place to get them, as the enemies on this floor move slowly or don't move at all, which makes them ideal grappling targets. And, because they don't have spoils, there is a much higher chance of getting hearts. After you are close to full on your hearts, defeat the Re- Deads first, then do your business with the Stalfoses. #47-There are golden columns in this room that hurt you if they fall on you. Aside from these, there are 3 Moblins and 2 Darknuts. Darknuts are a hassle, so kill the Moblins first. #48-3 Wizzrobes and 2 Darknuts with bucklers. Kill the Red Wizzrobes first and then the Darknuts. #49-3 Stalfoses and Bomb Flowers scattered all over the floor. For once, the Savage Labyrinth is on your side; the Stalfoses blow themselves up by hitting a Bomb Flower and blowing up. At this point, Boomerang the head and smash with the Skull Hammer. Repeat until all of the Stalfoses are gone. #50-This is the great fight you've been waiting for : LINK VS. 4 DARKNUTS!!! (and some flame shooting statues on the wall) Use the Hurricane Spin to get the armour off, then another one to damage it. #51-Congratulations on beating the Savage Labyrinth!!! Walk up to the treasure chest and claim your prize A PEICE OF HEART!!! Now you can walk up to your friend and say "I beat the Savage Labyrinth!!!". _____________________________________________________________________ | 52. 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