The Legend Of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds

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  • Hero mode

    Successfully complete the game to unlock Hero mode.

  • Super Lamp

    Successfully complete Advanced mode in Treacherous Tower to get the Super Lamp upgrade, which allows it to cause damage to enemies, including the final Boss.

  • Super Net

    Successfully complete Advanced mode in Treacherous Tower twice to get the Super Net upgrade, which makes it capable of damaging enemies and reflecting certain projectiles.

  • Fight Legendary Player

    Successfully complete all 50 Streetpass Challenges offered by Gramps in Kakariko Village. Then, talk to Gramps, and enter the "Challenge" menu. Exit the "Challenge" menu, and Gramps will tell you that you are the second one to complete all of the challenges. He will then offer to let you fight the Legendary Player.

  • Ravio's Diary

    Start a new game in Hero mode. Then, search the table near the chest inside the vacant house in Lorule to find Ravio's diary.

  • Special items

    Successfully complete the indicated task to obtain or upgrade the corresponding item:

      Bee-Medal: Take a golden bee to the Bee-Lover (Kakariko/Hyrule).
      Blue Armor: It is found in a big treasure in the Swampy Palace (Lorule).
      Gloves Level 1: It is found in the house northwest of the church (Hyrule).
      Gloves Level 2: It is found in the Desert Palace (Lorule).
      Hyrule Shield: It is found in the Turtle Rock Palace (Lorule).
      Light Bow: Successfully complete the final battle to receive it from Princess Zelda.
      Magic Bottle #1: Purchase from the merchant in Kakariko (Hyrule).
      Magic Bottle #2: It is found under the bridge between and above the Hylia Sea.
      Magic Bottle #3: Bomb the back of Link's house (Lorule).
      Magic Bottle #4: Deliver milk to the Deathmountains, and save the person who asks for it.
      Magic Bottle #5: Feed the baby fairy with 3,000 ruppes (Kakariko/Lorule).
      Master Ores (four): In the "church"; in the "Thief's Hideout Palace"; in the Skelett Forest; and in the "Palace Of Darkness".
      Master Sword Level 2: Blacksmith in Hyrule; requires two Master Ores.
      Master Sword Level 3: Blacksmith in Lorule; requires Master Sword Level 2 and two Master Ores.
      Pegasus Boots: Save the Zora Queen, then catch the person who runs away (Kakariko/Hyrule).
      Red Armor: It is found within the treasure in the Lorule castle.
      Stamina Scroll: It is found in a hidden room in the Ice Ruins Palace (Lorule).
      Super Beenet: Successfully complete the 50th Floor Challenge of the Endurance Challenge (second time).
      Super Bomb: Purchase from Ravio for 800 rupees.
      Super Boomerang: Purchase from Ravio for 800 rupees.
      Super Bow: Purchase from Ravio for 800 rupees.
      Super Firerod: Purchase from Ravio for 1,200 rupees.
      Super Hammer: Purchase from Ravio for 800 rupees.
      Super Hookshot: Purchase from Ravio for 800 rupees.
      Super Icerod: Purchase from Ravio for 1,200 rupees.
      Super Lamp: Successfully complete the 50th Floor Challenge in the Endurance Challenge (first time).
      Super Sandrod: Purchase from Ravio for 1,200 rupees.
      Super Windrod: Purchase from Ravio for 800 rupees.
      Zora Flappers: Save the Zora Queen by bringing back her important item (Hyrule).

  • Streetpass Challenge medals

    Successfully complete the indicated task to unlock the corresponding medal:

      Streetpass Challenge Medal #1: Win your first battle.
      Streetpass Challenge Medal #2: Win 5 times.
      Streetpass Challenge Medal #3: Win 10 times.
      Streetpass Challenge Medal #4: Win 20 times.
      Streetpass Challenge Medal #5: Use the lamp to deal the final blow.
      Streetpass Challenge Medal #6: Use the super lamp to deal the final blow.
      Streetpass Challenge Medal #7: Use the bow to deal the final blow.
      Streetpass Challenge Medal #8: Use the nice bow to deal the final blow.
      Streetpass Challenge Medal #9: Win while using the boomerang.
      Streetpass Challenge Medal #10: Win while using the nice boomerang.
      Streetpass Challenge Medal #11: Win while using the Hookshot.
      Streetpass Challenge Medal #12: Use the Nice Hookshot to deal the final blow.
      Streetpass Challenge Medal #13: Use the hammer to deal the final blow.
      Streetpass Challenge Medal #14: Use the nice hammer to deal the final blow.
      Streetpass Challenge Medal #15: Use a bomb to deal the final blow.
      Streetpass Challenge Medal #16: Use a nice bomb to deal the final blow.
      Streetpass Challenge Medal #17: Use the Fire Rod to deal the final blow.
      Streetpass Challenge Medal #18: Use the Nice Fire Rod to deal the final blow.
      Streetpass Challenge Medal #19: Use the Ice Rod to deal the final blow.
      Streetpass Challenge Medal #20: Use the Nice Ice Rod to deal the final blow.
      Streetpass Challenge Medal #21: Win while using the Tornado Rod.
      Streetpass Challenge Medal #22: Use the Nice Tornado Rod to deal the final blow.
      Streetpass Challenge Medal #23: Win while using the Sand Rod.
      Streetpass Challenge Medal #24: Win while using the Nice Sand Rod.
      Streetpass Challenge Medal #25: Use the net to deal the final blow.
      Streetpass Challenge Medal #26: Use the super net to deal the final blow.
      Streetpass Challenge Medal #27: Win while wearing the Hint Glasses.
      Streetpass Challenge Medal #28: Win after drinking a red potion.
      Streetpass Challenge Medal #29: Win after drinking a blue potion.
      Streetpass Challenge Medal #30: Win while under the effect of a yellow potion.
      Streetpass Challenge Medal #31: Use a purple potion to deal the final blow.
      Streetpass Challenge Medal #32: Win after drinking some milk.
      Streetpass Challenge Medal #33: Win after using a fairy.
      Streetpass Challenge Medal #34: Use a bee to deal the final blow.
      Streetpass Challenge Medal #35: Use a golden bee to deal the final blow.
      Streetpass Challenge Medal #36: Win after eating an apple.
      Streetpass Challenge Medal #37: Win after eating a green apple.
      Streetpass Challenge Medal #38: Win while using a Foul Fruit.
      Streetpass Challenge Medal #39: Win while using a shield.
      Streetpass Challenge Medal #40: Win while using a Hylian shield.
      Streetpass Challenge Medal #41: Use the Pegasus Boots to deal a dash attack final blow.
      Streetpass Challenge Medal #42: Use a spin attack to deal the final blow.
      Streetpass Challenge Medal #43: Use a sword beam to deal the final blow.
      Streetpass Challenge Medal #44: Use the Level 3 Master Sword to deal the final blow.
      Streetpass Challenge Medal #45: Win after using Ravio's bracelet.
      Streetpass Challenge Medal #46: Win without taking damage.
      Streetpass Challenge Medal #47: Win without taking a single step.
      Streetpass Challenge Medal #48: Win within 10 seconds.
      Streetpass Challenge Medal #49: Win without using the X or Y buttons.
      Streetpass Challenge Medal #50: Win without using the B, X, or Y buttons.

  • Easy rupees

    This trick requires the Pegasus Boots. Go to the blacksmith's house, then go up one screen. Go to the left immediately, then go to the bottom left tree. Hit the tree to make between 30 to 200 rupees appear. Then, go back to the blacksmith's house, and go right to the next screen. You should be on the bottom left corner of Hyrule castle. Return to the blacksmith's house screen, then go up to the screen where you collected the rupees. Hit the tree again to make more rupees appear. Repeat this process as many times as desired.

    After obtaining the Master Sword, go to the castle in Hyrule. Enter the castle, then go up the stairs to the left or right and through the door at the top of the stairs. Go south through the next door. You should then be outside, on second floor, overlooking the courtyard. There will be two red soldiers. Each time you kill them they will drop a red rupee worth 40 rupees. After collecting the rupees, reenter the door to the castle and go back outside. Repeat this process as many times as desired.

  • Easy heart piece in Hyrule race

    To easily win the Hyrule race, you need to unlock the Skull Woods save point, Miner's House crack, and the Lorule crack that is next to the starting point of the race. When the race begins, quickly wall merge, and go to Lorule at the nearby crack. Then, summon the broom, and warp to Skull Woods. Make sure to make your selection quickly, as time will continue to decrease. Walk down southeast out of the woods, and proceed to the ruined miner's building in Lorule. Slip in between the bars to gain entry and re-emerge in the Miner's House. Quickly exit, and go north to the finish line. By using this method and just walking, you can achieve a time of approximately 55 seconds. If you use the Pegasus Boots, it is possible to get a time of around 45 seconds.

  • Great Spin attack

    Collect all 100 Baby Maiamais, and return them to Mother Maiamai to unlock the Great Spin sword attack, which has a much wider radius when used (hold B to charge the sword, then release to spin).

  • Control game icon

    Highlight the game on the 3DS menu, then blow into the mic to spin the Master Sword pedestal on the upper screen. The speed at which it spins depends on the velocity of the air going to the mic.

  • Master Ore locations

    Search the indicated locations to find all four Master Ores. After obtaining two Master Ores, take them to the blacksmith in Hyrule to get the Master Sword tempered, making it red and allowing it to deal more damage. After collecting the other two Master Ores, take them to the blacksmith in Lorule to have the Master Sword tempered, making it golden and allowing it to deal the maximum amount of damage.

      1. The first Master Ore is located in the Thieves' Hideout dungeon. Once you find the Thief Girl and escort her out of the dungeon, you will reach a room in the basement filled with water. Go to the southwest corner of the room to find a couple of switches. Step on one switch, and have the Thief Girl step on the other. The nearby wall will open. Enter the newly opened area, and go down the hallway to find a chest with the Master Ore in it.

      2. The second Master Ore is located in the Skull Woods dungeon. The chest containing the Master Ore is found in one of the final areas of the dungeon, when Link needs to acquire the eyeballs. One of the eyeballs is located on a high ledge at the south end of the room. There is also a large treasure chest north of this eyeball. Go along the wall to reach the treasure chest, and open it to obtain the Master Ore.

      3. The third Master Ore is located in the Dark Palace. You will need to have bombs to reach the chest containing the Master Ore. On the second floor, there is a brightly lit room with windows. North of this room is another small room with a treasure chest. There are two switches that operate a wall and also the platforms in the center of the rooms. You need to lower the platforms with these switches. Then, place a bomb next to the lower switch, and run to the platform above. Press the nearby switch to reach the higher ledge, then run to the northern wall. Once the bomb explodes, the switch will get flipped, allowing Link to enter the rectangular room. Open the chest to obtain the Master Ore.

      4. The fourth Master Ore is located in the Lorule Graveyard. You will need the Titan's Mitt to reach the chest containing the Master Ore. Go to the Sanctuary in Hyrule, and use the crack to enter Lorule. Go east to the graveyard, then go to the northeast portion of the graveyard. Use the Titan's Mitt to lift the large boulder, then go down the stairs. There is a switch in the west part of the cave in this area. Press it, and go through the opened door. Go to the northwest part of the area, then go up the stairs. Walk along the path to the right until you reach a treasure chest. Go along the wall to the east, and collect the small key. Use it on the locked door to the northwest. Defeat the few Eyegores you encounter, then go up to the next room. Pull the switch on the right, and go up the stairs. Go along the right wall, and then move up to find the treasure chest containing the final Master Ore.

  • Empty bottle locations

    Search the indicated locations to find all five empty bottles. Empty bottles are used for containing things like potions, fairies, bees, and milk.

      1. There is a merchant located in Kakariko Village that sells an empty bottle for 100 rupees.

      2. Go up from Lake Hylia with Zora Flippers to find a stone bridge to the right of Link's house. Talk to the man underneath the bridge, and he will give you an empty bottle.

      3. Go to Link's house in Lorule. Bomb the back of his house, and enter it to find a chest with an empty bottle.

      4. Go east of Lake Hylia with Zora Flippers to find an empty bottle, which will give you a quest. The message in the bottle will ask you to help at the top of Death Mountain. It will also ask you to fill the bottle with premium milk from Kakariko Village. Once you fill it with milk, go right from the Tower Of Hera, and down into the large lava cavern. At the moving platforms, go south to find the cave exit. You will find a stranded person that will drink the milk, and then give you the empty bottle.

      5. There is a giant crack near Lorule Fairy Fountain. Bomb it with the Bomb Flower, and then donate 3,000 rupees to the fairy to get an empty bottle. The fairy will give you more small fairies as you get close.

  • The Legend Of Zelda: A Link To The Past reference

    The Lorule Castle's theme played backwards is actually the Hyrule Castle theme from The Legend Of Zelda: A Link To The Past.


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