100+ Gold Skulltula Tokens
Gaining over 100 Gold Skulltula tokens doesn’t do anything, but if you want to do it anyway, here is how: After learning the Song of Storms, return to Hyrule Castle as Young Link. You must not have gotten the Gold Skulltula token near where Talon was sleeping in Hyrule Castle. Avoiding the guards, head to that spot and follow the fence to the right until you come to a tree. Play the Song of Storms there, and a hole will appear in the ground. Inside the hole, bomb walls and find the Gold Skulltula. Stand near the warp tile in the center of the chamber, and kill the Skulltula. He will then drop the token. Use your Boomerang to snag the token, then run back into the warp tile before the token actually reaches you. If link reappears before the entire
token reciept message plays through, the trick worked: go back and the token will still be there. You can repeat this as much as you like to gain over 100 tokens.
Another Gold Rupee
If you haven’t gotten all the Gold Spider Tokens and have already gotten the Gold Rupee in Kakariko Village, here’s another one you can get. In front of the entrance to Goron City, there is a raised platform with a circle of stones. When in the middle of those stones, play the Song of Storms, and a Secret Grotto will open up. Jump down the hole and get your Gold Rupee.
Catch the big poes in bottles, while riding around Hyrule Field, take them back to the with in the castle township. Its the first door on the right, when you cross over the broken bridge, in adult Link’s time. These are the locations of the poes:
- By a tree neaby the entrance to Lon Lon Ranch.
- Near a grey boulder and a fence, south of the entrance to Kokiri Forest.
- Near the sign for Kakariko Village.
- Along a brick wall near Lon Lon Ranch.
- Near the sign-entrance for Lon Lon Ranch.
- By the path under the overhanging rock that leads to Gerudo Valley.
- North of the entrance to Gerudo Valley, next to a single tree.
- In the northwest corner of Hyrule Field, in the middle of some bushes, by the stream of water.
- In the southeast corner of Hyrule Field, near a green tree.
- In the southeast corner of Hyrule Field, near a rock surrounded by an bunch of brown trees.
Catch the Hylian Loach
This fish is the Eel-like fish swimming around in the fishing pond, and it is the biggest one in there! I am not completely sure about this, but I think that in order to catch it you must use the Sinking Lure, and the water most be cloudy from the rain.
When you are little Link, and you have done all the dungeon’s of big Link (I think that they are the conditions anyway, try earlier though.), go to Lon Lon Ranch and go to Malon. Speak to her and if she says that ‘Epona has taken a shine to you.’ then it means that you can chase her around the field.
Cool Epona Trick
This trick isn’t very useful, but it’s fun to try. When you are small Link, go to Lon Lon ranch (in the middle of the horse area) and play Epona’s song. The small will follow you for a while. Leave slowly out the gate to the horse area. If Epona leaves you, just play the song again before she gets too far. Turn right when you get out of the gate and go as far as you can before Epona leaves you. She will try to run back to Malon, but the fence will be in the way. She will keep running until you leave the area.
Do Something Fun With A Gossip Stone
Although they normally only tell you the time, a bit of fun can be had with gossip stones, and a bit of useless information can surface too. If you hit one with a Megaton Hammer, then it will flatten and spring back up. If you play either Zelda’s Lullaby, Saria’s Song or Epona’s Song then it will release a fairy for you to catch. If you stick a bomb next to one or use a Bombchu on it then it will go red, blue, blue, and then blast off into space, as far as you can see. If you smack it with a sword while it is counting down then it will stay on that color. If you use Din’s fire on one then it will squash inwards and get taller, and if you throw a boomerang at one it just giggles. If you are wearing The Mask Of Truth then go and speak to one because they give you adviceand quirky information, such as…
Get The Fisherman’s Hat
It takes a while to get it perfect, but in the fishing game, once you have the rod, cast your line at the Fisherman. If you get it, you can be fined for trying to leave and you have to give it back.
To get a giant rupee worth 500 rupees, slay the Lone Skull Kid in the Lost Woods using the Biggeron sword. You can repeat this as often as desired to max out your rupees.
You have seen those cows placed at the strangest places in the game? Well did you know that you can actually use them to your advance? If you play Epona’s Song to any cow in the game, your bottle will be filled with energizing milk, which restores a certain number of hearts!
When Navi is green and hovering over something that isn’t a sign or there isn’t anything else around, try playing Zelda’s Lullaby or Song of Storms. A red fairy might appear if you do it in the right place.
Two Shields Are Better Than One
As a kid, equip your Kokiri shield, and hold it out with R. Still holding R, press start and equip the Hyrulian shield. With any luck, you should now have two shields out, which protects your back and your front.
The Sinking Lure
With this lure, you can catch the biggest fishes in the Fishing Pond in Lake Hylia. You find it in the fishing pond area. It’s eiter lying out in the water, on the tree, or by the stones in the water near the little river that runs into the pond. Maybe if you are lucky, you can even catch the Hylian Loach, which is the biggest fish in the pond!