Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
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Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
Oracle of Ages/Seasons
Tokee. Tokee's theme when he is composing (and running over the tables) is identical to the theme in 'Link's Awakening' when Tarin is prodding the bee hive! Even the little *dling* is from it, when the honeycomb falls.
Both Sword and Shield. Impa gives you the shield- that is in Ages only!
Cheval. He is also seen in 'Link's Awakening'. To find him, go north of the Lost Woods and enter the house. He eventually trades you a letter for a broom.
Autumn. The 4 golden creatures are found in each of the 4 seasons!
They Turn into Child Cuccos. For more Cucco fun, try stealing from the Potion Shop in Ages!
|Here's a tricky one: What ring do you receive in Rolling Ridge by getting a Perfect Rating in the Dancing Game's Platinum Level? (in the Past)||Oracle of Seasons and Ages
Protection Ring. The Protection Ring is quite a blessing! Every time you take damage, you only are dealt 1 heart damage. This is wonderful against bosses, but at times such as areas with many pits, you may wish to unequip the ring.
Prevents Damage from Bombs. To get it, get a perfect on the Gold Level of the Past's Graceful Goron Dancing Mini-game.
Mamamu Yan. Manmamau Yan will give you a ring if you go through Ages, then seasons. Simply find the secret, and give it to her. I believe it is the Snowshow ring, but that's just a memory!
Vire. This is the same creature from 'Link's Awakening'. To see him, go to Turtle Rock. He is in the 2nd room there.
Poet. Sokra is that strange man who sings throughout 'Oracle of Seasons'!
Syrup. Syrup is the only place where you can buy potions!
Ruul. He is obsessed with Gasha Seeds. If you didn't realize it, he has one hidden in his house!
Hero's Cave. He happens to give you a secret. Give it to the King Zora afterwards!
Crescant Island. Rosa refuses to date you. Her theme for the journey is independent woman. Man, I wanted to take her into the dungeons and use that key!
Subrosia. Subrosia is where the Temple lowered into, it is filled with cloaked people (Subrosians) and magma. Link must go there many times to upgrade his Rod of Seasons.
Worm. Like Like's will eat your shield and your studd and you have to kill them to get them back. In "The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap", Like Like's are tricker and hide in the ground, disguised as ruppee's so when you go to pick it up, it attacks you.
Vasu. Vasu will appraise your rings for you and his pet snaked let you do some compatibility stuff. He gives you a ring the first time you talk to him and appraises it "Friendship Ring." What a piece of garbage, it doesn't do anything.
Bipin and Blossom. If you take to Blossom, she'll let you name him and during the game, he'll grow up. He'll grow up faster if you pay 200 ruppee's for his medical stuff.
Holodrum. Holodrum, what a funny name. The series constantly changes the name of the world like Hyrule (Most common), Termina ("Majora's Mask"), Holodrum ("Oracle of Seasons") and Labrynna ("Oracle of Ages"), those are the ones that I know. There is also Koholint Island in Link's drem in "Link's Awakening."
8. Yep, there are many dungeons scattered over the map and you must complete them all. After that, you get the big purple seed which gets rid of the winds by Onox's Castle so you can get in and kill him.
Din. Din, one of the three goddesses gets captured by Onox at the beginning. It's your duty, as usual, to save the damsel in distress.
Onox. This is the first "Legend of Zelda" game Onox ever appears in, just like Veran in the "Oracle of Ages". Onox makes his appearance right at the beginning when he kidnaps Din.
Her first oar. As a part of the "Trading Sequence", you may recall this answer from that. When Maple get the Touching Book she gives Link the first oar she made. Her gripe was, "Syrup never complimented me on it." I'm still trying to figure out the use of an oar. I guess it's to stir her cauldron?
|While Nayru is singing in the forest, what animal is accompanying her?||Oracle of Ages
Rabbit. How dare that rabbit disrespect the "Oracle of Ages"? Wouldn't you think that the oracle works alone? Hey, perhaps what the rabbit is doing is what kids do when they don't want to hear what you're saying. They play the "la la, la la" game.
|Maple has dropped a Potion, a Gasha Seed, a Magical Ring and Bombs. In what order will she go for the four items?||Oracle of Ages
None of These. On the very rare occasion when Maple drops such a list of goodies, and you're in shock, and thinking it's Christmas; of course she's going for what will do you the most good in the game first. She will grab for the Gasha Seed first and the Bombs last. However, on the same rare occasion, if you're well equipped (the Pegasus Seeds and the Boomerang or Hookshot) and hit Maple just right, all of these items can be yours. So go for it!
|How many of the Magical Rings in "The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages" do you get from Vasu?||Oracle of Ages
Four. If you are one of the players like me, you do a lot of business with Vasu. Not only that, you also collect a lot of kills and rupees. Vasu gives you your first ring of the game, even if you use the Master Password and Ring Secret. Vasu rewards you with a ring for, a certain amount of enemies killed; a certain amount of Rupees collected; a certain amount of rings appraised and the first one he gives you, a ring that allows anyone you meet to know you are a friendly sort.
|After getting the Lava Juice in the Goron Gallery Game, I got 300 Points while playing the game. What was my prize?||Oracle of Ages
A Gasha Seed. Umm...Yummy! Lava Juice, hits the hot spot. This Gallery Game is so much easier than the one in the Village. It is also an excellent way to get Gasha Seeds. It certainly beats buying them from Syrup's Shop.
|In Wing Dungeon, what is on the ledge in the room with the Thwomp that guards the Roc's Feather?||Oracle of Ages
30 Rupees. If you never look up in this room you'll miss this goodie. I accidentally found the Rupees when I just jumped atop the Thwomp to give Link a thrill ride. I love exploring these games, you can always find something new.
|What is the newest change atop the Maku Tree after completion of Crown Dungeon?||Oracle of Ages
The tree on the extreme left has opened.. One of the biggest differences between the Guardian Trees in "Oracle of Seasons" and "Oracle of Ages" is that the one in Ages doesn't rescind its offer of Gasha Seeds. In this game you get three Gasha Seeds from the Maku Tree and you can wait until the last Dungeon to get them. The last one appears after you complete Jabu-Jabu's Belly. Visit the Maku Tree after each dungeon.
|"That's enough...Like a bird I once saw, fly off somewhere." Whose quote is that?||Oracle of Ages
Dekadin. Dekadin is the sad little boy who just wants to laugh. Well cheer up! Heeeeeeeeere's Link! I still don't get it. Link was supposed to be telling jokes but he seemingly went into a jester routine. While the comedians look like Abbott and Costello Link was more like Steve Martin or Robin Williams. I guess you had to be there, because it worked. Link was a "Wild and Crazy Guy".
The Great Spin Attack Upgrade. When the game is rolling its closing "Happily Ever After" scenes, Ralph and Link can be seen teaching each other sword techniques. Ralph shows Link a technique that shows up in, "Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap". He is teaching him, the Great Spin Attack Upgrade taught by Greatblade.