Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
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Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
|If you add the number of squares on the entire "Sea Chart", the number of "Triforce Charts" in the game, and the number of "Knight's Crests" Orca wants for a new sword technique, what number would you have?||Zelda: The Wind Waker
67. Add 49 squares plus 8 "Triforce Charts" and 10 "Kinght's Crests" to get 67. If you didn't think too hard, then it may have been possible to answer this.
|In one of Beedle's shop ships, he will sell a "Piece of Heart" priced at how many rupees?||Zelda: The Wind Waker
950. He only sells that to you once, and only one of the shop ships in the game will feature a "Piece of Heart" for sale. Beedle could easily become a memorable character from the game.
|Including basement floors, according to the "Dungeon Map", how many floors are there in the "Wind Temple"?||Zelda: The Wind Waker
3. There are two floors up and one basement floor totaling to three floors altogether. It seems as if there is more, because of the hieght of some rooms.
|When fighting the boss of the "Earth Temple", how many of the big dark spike pillars were there?||Zelda: The Wind Waker
4. If you roll the boss into these pillars, he will break apart into smaller Poes. The room only has 4 pillars in which to do this.
|The end of the song "Ballad of Gales" is very similar to the ending of which song from "The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time"?||Zelda: The Wind Waker
Minuet of Forest. The "Minuet of Forest" ending is exactly the same as the ending of "Ballad of Gales". There is no debate on this, as the notes are exactly identical. Hey, I had to have one killer question!
|Including your sister, how many girls were captured by Ganondorf, and placed inside a cage at the "Forsaken Fortress"?||Zelda: The Wind Waker
3. Besides Aryll, the other two girls normally live at "Windfall Island", and when they return to their home, one will go from rags to riches...literally! This is a subplot, but one that has a good moral to it.
Bombs. The bombs are used so that you can break a wall leading to Jabun's hideout. For someone who wants to see you so badly, it's funny how he's sort of hiding.
|What is the name of the missing "Korok" that was to attend an annual festival at the "Forest Haven", but got lost in the "Forbidden Woods"?||Zelda: The Wind Waker
Makar. Two of the four choices were made up answers, but I added the choice of Nuzleaf, which is actually the name of a Pokemon from "Pokemon Ruby" for Game Boy Advance. Nori is from Super Mario Sunshine.
|What is the name of the boss of "Dragon Roost Cavern", a returning boss from the "Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time"?||Zelda: The Wind Waker
Gohma. You may have been stuck between Volvagia and Gohma. Although Volvagia is found in the "Fire Temple" in "Ocarina of Time", and Dragon Roost isle is filled with lava, it looks nothing like this boss. The boss of the "Wind Temple" though sort of looks like Volvagia. Even Gohma looks different from "Ocarina of Time".
|What is the name of the song that when you play on the "Wind Waker" changes the time from either night to day or day to night?||Zelda: The Wind Waker
Song of Passing. The "Sun's Song" is used in "The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time". The other two songs were again made up.
|If you want to use the "Tingle Tuner" to talk to Tingle on your Game Boy Advance while playing on Nintendo Gamecube, what game must be inserted to the Game Boy Advance?||Zelda: The Wind Waker
No game is to be connected. Fortunately, Nintendo programmed it so that you don't need a game inserted into a Game Boy Advance to use the "Tingle Tuner". In fact, if there's a game inserted, it won't even work!
Daphnes Nohansen Hyrule. You needed to pay close attention to catch this. Daphnes Nohansen Hyrule reveals himself once you save Aryll and see Ganondorf eye to eye. The other three names were completely made up.
|If you are going from "Outset Island" to "Mother and Child Isles", which direction would you travel?||Zelda: The Wind Waker
North. "Mother and Child Isles" is directly north of "Outset Island". Those familiar with the entire map should have found this question easy.
5000. If you play the game through enough, eventually you should find a bag that'll hold up to 5000 rupees at once! Again, never has a Zelda game allowed so many rupees to be held!
Dragon Roost Isle. The "Rito" tribe lives on the large "Dragon Roost Isle". "Ritos" are the human-like characters with wings.
Windfall Island. Miss Marie loves "Joy Pendants"! She also likes volunteering around "Windfall Island".
The King of Red Lions. Surprisingly, "The King of Red Lions" can actually speak, even though it's a boat! The other three choices were made up.
Aryll. Aryll is captured and taken to the "Forsaken Fortress" early in the game. She will be seen a lot, and it figures because Link never had so many relatives in a Zelda game before.
200. In the beginning of the game you can only carry up to 200 rupees, but later you get bigger rupee bags, enabling you to carry 1,000, 5,000, (etc.). Thanks for playing, please rate the quiz!
Courage, Power, and Wisdom. Courage is the first, Power is the second, and Wisdom the third.
Ganondorf. Ganondorf meets you at the top, and that's where Tetra comes through the window. Ganondorf finds Tetra's necklace, and determines her true identity. Right before Ganondorf was about to kill Link with his sword, The Great Valoo burned the tower they were in and escaped with Link and Zelda.
Tetra. The king of Hyrule discovered the Triforce necklace on Tetra, and when he connected it to another piece, Tetra transformed into Zelda. The strange thing is Tetra had no idea she was princess Zelda.
The King of Hyrule. After you get the Master Sword, you find out that your boat, "The King of Red Lions" is actually the king of Hyrule, in a different form.
Windfall Island. There are many stores here on this island, and this is also where you buy the sail for your boat.
Outset Island. Outset Island is where Link and his sister Ayril live with their grandmother.
Grapple hook. To beat the boss of Dragon Roost Island, you have to grapple onto Valoo's tail, and watch as the ground above falls down onto the boss. After 3 times of doing that, you have to hit his eye with your sword.
The Wind's Requiem. The Wind's Requiem lets you change the direction of the wind to north, south, east, or west, or the 4 intermediate directions.
The Song to Change the Wind Direction. The 3 note song is (C-up, C-left, C-Right).
Chu-Chus. To get the Chu-chus down, you have to roll into the tree. If you're having trouble getting to the second dungeon, use the deku leaf to go into the cyclone to get much higher. Also make sure to put the wind in the right direction.
Koroks. The Koroks are descendants of the Kokiris (de ja vu, eh?). The point of the second dungeon is to rescue a Korok needed to perform the ceremony needed to plant new trees. Once you get the deku leaf, keep going up. One path is to the Nintendo Gallery (open it with a seagull by giving it a hoyi pear and flying into the switch) and even higher is a path to a treasure chart.
A Pearl. Komali gives this to you for saving Valoo. When you first get on dragon roost, look up. If you have the arrows, shoot one at the closest bomb flower and a chest with 200 rupees comes down.