Bottle with Fairy Tears:
To get a Bottle with Fairy Tears, bring 20 Poe Souls to Jiovani.

Infinite Rupees:
You will get a Silver Rupee worth 200 Rupees if you bring Jiovani 60 Poe Souls. Talk to him again to get another Silver Rupee. Repeat as desired.

To become invincible, perform the infinite rupees cheat by repeatedly talking to Jiovani after bringing him 60 Poe Souls. Then go to Malo Mart in the Kakariko village and donate enough money to lower prices at the Town Castle’s Malo Mart. Buy a magic armor there for 598 rupees. It will cause you to lose rupees when attacked.

RollGoal mini-game:
After you receive a letter about events near zora’s domain, go to the fishing hole in upper zora’s river. Go inside the nearest building and talk to Hena the guide. When she asks you if you want to fish decline it. Go to the right corner of the room, look up and press C to look at the board game on the shelf. The guide will give you instructions on how to play it.

Bomb Bags:
Obtain the following Bomb Bags by performing the corresponding tasks:

Bomb Bag 1 – Buy some bombs at Barnes Bomb Shop in Kakariko. Barnes will sell you this Bomb Bag.
Bomb Bag 2 – When you thaw out Zora’s Domain, go underwater and set a Water Bomb at the large rock in the center of the cave. A Goron inside will give you this Bomb Bag.
Bomb Bag 3 – Talk to the woman outside of the Boat-Rental Shack and she will ask you to blow up rocks inside of the cave under her Unabomber-style shack. She will give you this Bomb Bag when you make it outside the other end of the shack-cave tunnel.
Giant Bomb Bag – After completing the task for the woman at the Boat-Rental Shack, go back and talk to her to play a game. Earn at least 25 points at the end of the mini-game and if you succeed, she will give you the Giant Bomb Bag.

Sacred Grove Statue Puzzle Solution:
Solution to the Sacred Grove Statue Puzzle after completing the third temple:


Arrow quiver hints:
-In Castle Town, there is a large tent in the eastern part. Go inside and the ringmaster will ask you to play a star chasing game. Use the clawshot (hookshot) and collect all of the orbs in the cage within the time limit. Doing this challenge once gives you one upgrade.

-The ringmaster will then have a second challenge. If you win this challenge within the time limit, the man will give you the Giant Quiver to hold up to 100 arrows.

Cave of Ordeal and Fairy Spring Upgrade:
-After locating the Gerudo Mesa and Cave of Ordeals in the Gerudo desert, you are able to unlock fairies and later Great Fairies at each spring around Hyrule.

-While smaller fairies can be bottled, restore 8 hearts when used, or when you run out of hearts, the Great Fairies will give you a bottle full of “Great Fairy Tears”. These heal your hearts completely and temporarily boosts your attack. However, you can only hold one bottle of this liquid at any time. Complete the corresponding amounts of rooms in Cave of Ordeals to unlock the following Fairies:

Fairies in the Ordon Spring – Complete 10 rooms
Fairies in the Faron Spring – Complete 20 rooms
Fairies in the Eldin Spring – Complete 30 rooms
Fairies in the Lanayru Spring – Complete 40 rooms
Great Fairies in all springs – Complete 50 rooms

Killing birds:
You will receive around 50 Rupees by killing a flock of birds in Hyrule field. The Gale Boomerang and Z-Targeting lets you drag them close to be killed by a sword strike.

Unlock Special Edition Rollgoal:
-If you visit the Fishing Hole in Upper Zora’s River, there’s a mini game Hena will let you play for 5 Rupees called Rollgoal. If you make it past 1-8, you’ll be rewarded with the Frog Lure. However, if you keep going and beat the entire thing, up to and including 8-8, you’ll be able to play the special-edition version of Rollgoal. You can choose any level, the cost is free, the time limit is raised to 4:00:00, and you cannot win any Rupees. Also, as an added bonus, once you beat 8-8, Hena will fill your wallet completely.

Infinite Bomb Arrows glitch:
Perform the following steps:

Step 1
Play the ballon poping game at the grass away from the cannon man, and run into the cliff imedently, tell the bird that you don’t want to play again.

Step 2
Turn into human and equip the Zora Tunic and clawshot. Step off the platform into the water.

Step 3
Turn towards the cliff that is to the left, hold L (or Z-target on Wii) and use the clawshot. Swim to the wall while still holding the clawshot and push into the wall until you go through it.

Step 4
Use the iron boots so you sink for a while, then swim up so you fall through the water and appear talking to the bird.

Step 5

Tell the bird that you want to try again and you will be in the balloon popping game again.

Step 6

Fall into the water again (during the air ride) and you will appear at the start of the canoe ride, turn into the wolf and jump into the water, as soon as you hit the water, talk to Midna.

Step 7
Let the current take you down river and you will appear in wolf form in the canoe, but mis-shapen.

Step 8
Tell the zora you want to ride again, you will appear in the inside of the canoe ride building. After the ride starts you will not be in the canoe but on the ground.

Step 9
Warp to any location and turn to human, and you will have infinite bomb arrows from the “Lent Bomb Bag” and a glitched quiver (requires some fiddling on your item screen).

Bigger Rupee Sack:
To unlock a bigger Rupee Sack, collect the 24 Golden Bugs scattered across Hyrule. After collecting one, give it to a lady in Kakariko Village and she will give you a sack that can hold 600 rupees. Collect all 24 to be given a 1000 rupee sack.

Tripple-Headded Boku-Bubba:
To defeat the first boss make sure the boomarang is set to “B”. When you first enter there will be two vines sticking out of the water. On two platforms there are bomb spiders. While dodging attacks from the two vines target the bomb with your boomerang then target the plant. Release the “B” button and the boomerang will pick up the bomb and carry it to the flower and it will die! Do this to both of them! Thats not all! Than the two little ones will sprout up with another big one! Now the bomb spiders are gone! The mini-boss monkey swings fro the sky and he will carry a bomb! Now target the bomb and take out the little ones first. Then go in for the kill! Repeat to the big one and it will fall! Slash it a few times and it will be toast!

Toron the Fire Boss:
Before entering be sure to have your arrows set to “B” and your iron boots ready because when you enter the giant creature will break loose of his chain and attack! First hit the glowing gem on his head and he will rampage – now grab the chain on his leg and put on your iron boots and tug! He will trip and fall. Now run on to the front of him and wack away. Do this three times and he will be defeated.

Fish, Seasons, and Lures:
The seasons change every time you enter the fishing hole, and you can catch the “big one” of different types of fish depending on the season. Different fish also act differently to different lures. Use the corresponding lures on the specified seasons for the following fish:

Pike – Winter. Spinner lure
Bass – Spring, Fall or Winter. Popper or swimmer lure
Catfish – Winter or Summer. Popper lure
Loach – Summer. Frog or sinking lure

Frog Lure:
To unlock the Frog Fishing Lure for the Fishing Hole, you must beat all eight levels of Roal Goal, a game found in the owner’s establishment. To play it, simply look at it in first person using the C button.

The game requires 5 rupees a play and you win 10 rupees for each round, and the frog lure for the eighth. (If you run short before you manage to get the lure, mowing the tall grass just outside (still in the fishing hole area) offers around 60 rupees.

Sinker Lure:
To unlock the Sinker Lure you must first catch a Hylain Pike, Hyrule Bass, and a Ordon Catfish in the fishing hole with the lure rod. After you have caught one of each fish, go to the south east corner of the lake (near the house) and take out your Fishing Rod. You can catch the Sinker Lure. Make sure Hena doesn’t see you use it or she will take it away.

Balloon Popping:
At Lake Hylia, you can play a fruit balloon popping game as a wolf (speak to the bird near the lake cannon) for a heart piece. Go for the 10K high score by popping only strawberry balloons and ignoring the other larger balloons in the way. You should be able to scrape by the 10K mark right before the end of the course.

Infinite Bomb Arrows:
To get infinite bomb arrows, follow these steps:

Step 1
Play the ballon poping game at the grass away from the cannon man, and run into the cliff imedently, tell the bird that you don’t want to play again.

Step 2
Turn into human and equip the Zora Tunic and clawshot. off the platform into the water.

Step 3
Turn towards the cliff that is to the left, hold Z-target and use the clawshot. Swim to the wall while still holding the clawshot and push into the wall until you go through it.

Step 4
Use the iron boots so you sink for a while, then swim up so you fall through the water and appear talking to the bird.

Step 5
Tell the bird that you want to try again and you will be in the balloon popping game again.

Step 6
Fall into the water again (during the air ride) and you will appear at the start of the canoe ride, turn into the wolf and jump into the water, as soon as you hit the water, talk to Midna.

Step 7
Let the current take you down river and you will appear in wolf form in the canoe, but mis-shapen.

Step 8
Tell the zora you want to ride again, you will appear in the inside of the canoe ride building. After the ride starts you will not be in the canoe but on the ground.

Step 9
Warp to any location and turn to human, and you will have infinite bomb arrows from the “Lent Bomb Bag” and a glitched quiver.

200 Rupee Stash:
In Kakariko, there’s a 200 rupee stash on top of the Sanctuary (in the bell). Take a cucco (chicken) and head up the dirt ramp at the south end of the town. Glide and climb your side of the town until you arrive at the hot spring. Glide across the street to the bomb shop’s roof and climb the ramps to the base of the watchtower (a Goron will be on watch at the bottom, the kid on the top). From the Goron spotter’s area, glide to the scaffolding embedded in the cliffside near the Sanctuary. Glide to the wrecked roof of the Sanctuary and use a bomb-arrow to down the glint inside the church bell.

Aeralfos strategy:
-Aeralfos are the small flying dragons with shields in the City In The Sky. Whenever they fly in the air, wait for them to put their shield up and flap their wings rapidly. Z target their shield and use the Clawshot to pull it toward you, then slash at it with your sword as much as you can. Just make sure not to use the Clawshot while the Aeralfo is on the ground or else it will pull you toward it and slash you.

-If you?re having a hard time shooting your Clawshot at the right moment, shoot the Aeralfo with an arrow. It will then raise its shield to block your arrow, giving you a chance to use your Clawshot and pulling him down. Start attacking him until he starts blocking again. Repeat once he flies back into the air. When fighting the mini-boss versions, they will fly out of the windows on the walls. Be sure to pay attention to which window he enters. Block with your shield if he dives at you.

Darkhammers strategy:
Bombs are the best item against Darkhammers since they knock their armor off quickly. When all their armor is off, it will start dodging your bombs. Get close enough so that they try to hit you. Dodge their attack by rolling behind them and start slashing at their back with your sword.

Darknuts strategy:
When fighting these armored foes, attack them to make them block your attack. Once they block your attack, immediately use a Shield Bash followed by a Helm Splitter. You should knock off his helmet while also positioning you behind him, giving you a chance to attack him. Another method is to throw a bomb directly behind them so that they can?t block the damage.

Diababa strategy:
There are two stages during the Diababa boss battle. For the first stage, use the Gale Boomerang to get one of the Insect Bombs inside the mouths of the two giant Babas sticking out of the water. After they?re defeated, the main body will appear along with two heads. Now use the targeting system to get the bomb from the baboon to the main body. It will fall, giving you an opportunity to attack with your sword. Diababa will then start shooting poisonous water at you, which is hard to dodge. Repeat until you defeat Diababa. Note: Make sue to target both the bomb from the baboon and Diababa.

Dynalyfos Duo strategy:
When fighting the Dynalyfos Duo in the City in the Sky, don?t keep attacking them since they will block all your attacks and hit you with their own. Use your Ball and Chain to stun them and get in a few attacks. Repeat this until they are defeated. You can also combine your bow and arrow with the Hawkeye to make them fly back against the wall. Note: Bring at least 60 arrows since they don?t do much damage and you will most likely run out before they?re dead.

Fyus strategies:
-Attack the crystal on his head to stun him. Now trip him by around and pulling either of the chains attached to his feet. Start cutting away at his head. This method will save you arrows.

-Shoot the eye on his head with arrows until he falls. Now run up and start slashing away at his head before he gets back up. He will then start falling with only one shot. Repeat until you win. Check pots around the room if you run low on arrows or health.

Ganondorf Strategies:
The battle begins with Ganon taking over the Princess and knocking Midna unconcious. Reflect Zelda?s energy balls back at her three times so Midna pulls Ganondorf out of her. Ganon will then turn into a massive beast with a jewel on his head. Use your arrows to shoot the jewel and then attack his belly. He will then disappear and red portals will appear. Whenever they turn blue it means that he?s about to charge you from it. Continue shooting at him until he disappears. Midna will then tell you to turn the beast. Now, when Ganon charges at you, target him and hold A to wrestle him like the animals at the beginning of the game. Midna will then grab him and you must choose a side to throw him to before attacking his belly. Ganon will seem to be dead but appear once more. Midna will then try to use the fused shadows to kill his spirit while teleporting Zelda and Link away. Hyrule Castle explodes but Ganon survives. You will then fight Ganon on horseback and Zelda will be given Light Arrows from the Spirits. Ride close to Ganon so Zelda can shoot him, then attack him with your sword. After a few hits you will then have to duel him in a sword fight. The best way to defeat him is by using t he rolling attack from behind and swinging your sword afterwards since he teleports a lot. Repeat this method to defeat Ganon.

-When battling against Ganondorf, take out the fishing rod. He will drop his guard and watch the bobber, giving you a chance to take out your sword and hit him. Repeat this until he?s dead.

-During the final battle with Ganondorf, auto-aim to lock on to him and move close enough so that he tries to kick you. Move around him normally and slash at him until he blocks. Repeat the process of moving around him and attacking him until he?s no more.

Stallord strategy:
-The best strategy for defeating the boss of Arbiter?s Grounds is by using the spinner. Spin along the side of the sand pit he?s in the center of until you?re directly behind him. Hit his spine with the spinner?s attack to damage him. Each time, more skeletons will come up to block you from reaching his spine. Keep killing them so you make a gap where you can spin through to hit the spine again. After hitting Stallord a few times, the sand will drain and the head of Stallord will remain. Use the spinner to raise the platform and then also use the spinner to climb the platform. He?ll eventually start shooting fireballs at you while you?re climbing up, which can only be avoided by jumping from track to track on the other wall. Stallord will then get beside you, giving you a chance to jump and attack his head with the spinner. When on the ground, attack the sword that Zant put in Stallord?s head to eventually kill him.

-During the second stage, after you break Stallord?s spine and he comes back as a floating head, there?s a good trick. When you?ve knocked him down, spin attack the Twilight Sword on his head non-stop. Don?t charge the spin attack. Do about one or two regular sword slashes and then spin attack over and over. If done right, you can kill him without having to knock him down again.

King Bullblin strategy:
After Colin is kidnapped by Bullblin you must chase him on Epona. Boost a few times to catch up to him since he?s very fast, then strike him as many times as you can before he gets away. Repeat this until you joust with him. When jousting, boost twice and dodge his attack when he gets close. Swing your NUNCHUK to hit him. After a few hits he will be defeated.

Lizalfos strategy:
-The best technique is to use the Shield Attack followed by the Helm Splitter, then finally a Finishing Blow. This method also works against Lizalfos with helmets.

-The best way to beat armored Lizalfos is by taking out a bomb and running toward them just as it?s about to explode. You?ll take damage but they will die instantly.

Red Deku Baba strategy:
Do the back spin at precise moments. The first slash will cut decapitate them while the second slash will finish it them off.

Redead strategy:
Redeads will paralyze you when they screech so if you don?t fight them then it?s best to run away. When fighting, make sure they don?t see you and use jump attacks. Follow it up with a barrage of slashes to kill it before it can hurt you. The Ball And Chain is also a good way to kill them. The first hit will hurt them while the ball will finish them on its way back.

Stalchildren strategy:
Stalchildren are always in groups of dozens and die with only one sword hit. use spin attacks on them or use a charged jump attack to take out a bunch on the first hit. The second hit will take out another large group.

Twili Beasts strategies:
-To unlock the Canoe mini-game you must first defeat the Twili Beasts as Ordonian Link. First kill the one furthest away. Lure them near you and use a Spin Attack twice. If you have ?Great Spin? you should kill them both easily.

-Become Wolf Link and kill the one furthest away. Then use the ?Dark Aura? to defeat the other ones.

Zant strategies:
-Zant will use strategies from pervious Boss battles, which can be defeated essentially the same way. Just be sure to remember how you defeated the original Boss that he?s mimicking. Zant is easy but he moves erratically. Make sure to block his spin attack and do rolling attacks from behind to land more hits on him.

-When fighting Zant in the Palace Of Twilight, remember the strategies from all the bosses you?ve already defeated. For example, like during the monkey fight in the Forest Temple, roll into the poles that Zant is on while he?s trying to shoot you. The best way to win during the sword fight is by using your hidden skills.

Argorok strategy:
Use the Double Clawshot to hook onto his tail when it isn?t attacking you. Then immediately use the Iron Boots to bring him down so its armor breaks. Do this a few times until he rips off his armor and it begins to rain and floating plants circle the battleground. Use the Clawshots on the plants and move around the dragon while dodging his flame attacks. When you get behind him use the Clawshot on his back and attack the jewel with your sword. Repeat this a few times to defeat him.

Heavily-armored enemy strategy:
You will meet this for the first time in the Temple Of Time. First try to use the Mortal Draw ability when he gets close enough. This will make him lose one piece of armor each time. Eventually he?ll get rid of his sword and use a smaller sword. Get near him, roll behind him, and use a Rising Attack. He will then block your Rising Attack but become open to regular attacks afterwards. Do this a few times to win.

Easy win strategies:
-Throw your Ball and Chain at enemies. You?ll damage them when it hits them and most likely kill them as it retracts back to you.

-Always do a Shield Bash and then a Helm Splitter afterwards followed by a spin move.

Empty bottle trick on Zelda:
When Princess Zelda is shooting energy balls at you, you can use an empty bottle to reflect them just like your sword. It looks like Link is punching the energy balls but you won?t receive any damage.

Walk while aiming:
Take out any item or weapon that can be thrown or aimed, such as your bow and arrow, boomerang, slingshot, ect. In this mode you usually can?t move. However, if you enter lock-on mode you can them move. Make sure to hold Z. Note: You can only move backwards or forwards. You also can?t shoot while moving.

Playing fetch in Castle Town:
Go to Castle Town and head down the east road. Near the Medical Center is a bone which you can pick up. Walk down the street South of the Medical Center and keep going until you see a white dog. Go near the dog and it will start following you. Now go back down the street toward the Medical Center and throw the bone into a grass patch nearby. Sometimes the dog will bring you a rupee or heart instead. If the dog doesn’t bring back anything it means that he didn’t see you throw the bone. Also, you might have to leave Castle Town and do it again for the dog to fetch again.

Malo Mart in Castle Town:
First donate 1,000 and complete the quest Hot Springwater. Then donate 200 more rupees to Malo Mart and the store will open in Castle Town. This is the only place to buy the Magic? Armor.

Shortcut through Cave Of Ordeals:
Use your boomerang on the torches before you drop down into the room. This will open the door in the next room and you?ll only have to fight through five or six rooms.

Recommended equipment for Cave Of Ordeals:
First obtain the Magic Armor by purchasing it from Malo Mart. Have plenty of bottles full of potions to keep your hearts up since they?ll probably run out by level 45. Also keep one or two fairies in the bottles so they revive you when you die. Use the ledge to your advantage and try to pick off monsters with your arrows. Make sure to pick up arrows so you keep your quiver full. You can also try beating this place without the Magic Armor, but it?s much more difficult.

Secret shortcut in Faron Woods:
This trick only works once you can switch to wolf form outside of the twilight. Head to the cave that leads to the foggy side of the woods, near the person who sells lanterns and oil. Become a wolf and go to the first torch post you see. Now turn on your smelling senses and go to the wall opposite of the torch post where you?ll find a giant dig spot against the wall. Dig into it and you?ll be taken directly to the trail that leads to the foggy side of Faron Woods. You can skip a lot of enemies with this passage.

Rats in Arbiter?s Grounds:
Transform into a wolf and turn on your senses whenever you start walking slowly in certain rooms (like if you had the Iron Boots on). You will see that rats have attached to you. Use your spin attack as a wolf to kill them. You should be able to walk normally as a human now.

Skeletons in Arbiter?s Grounds:
When you get paralyzed by the big skeletons that shriek, repeatedly press A to roll out of the way right before they hit you with their sword.

Fairy Box in Lake Hylia:
Go to Lake Hylia and go to where the Lanayru spirit is located. Turn the opposite direction from the waterfall and walk up the wooden bridge. You will come across an area with another wooden bridge in front of you and three ways to go; left, straight, and right. On your right there?ll be a bridge leading to the cannon man. Go straight and climb a ladder on your left. Now climb up the small ridge on your left to find a small pond. In the middle is a floating box. Pick it up and break it to reveal a fairy inside. Note: The box will reappear with another fairy each time you disappear.

Getting through the Sacred Grove:
The Sacred Grove isn?t easy and is just like the Lost Woods from Legend Of Zelda: Ocarina Of Time. Whenever you reach a tunnel, look at the grass on the other side. If you?re going the right direction you?ll see bright spots on the ground. If you?re going the wrong direction then the lighting will be normal.

Control a Cucco:
-Hit a Cucco around eight times to control it. An easy way is to roll into it while using the Iron Boots.

-You can control the chicken in Ordon Village. As a wolf, go there and? find the chicken inside the sword master’s house. Attack it by swinging the Wiimote and you’ll then control the chicken.

Healing hints:
-Whenever your health is low and you find a fairy, take your bottle out and run into the fairy. While its circling you, swing your bottle. The fairy won?t heal you but will instead be captured inside your bottle.

-Go to Castle Town when you are low on health. Complete the STAR game, which is played inside the big purple circus tent. Now talk to the three girls outside the tent and they?ll giggle and throw three hearts. Repeat as many times as you like.

Immortality with Magic Armor:
Collect all sixty Poe Souls around the game and bring them to Jovani inside the house on the southeast corner of Castle Town. Become a wolf and dig your way into the house. Give him the 60 Poe Souls to receive unlimited rupees. Now go into Kakariko Village?s Malo Mart and donate enough money so the prices at Castle Town?s Malo Mart go down. You should now be able to buy a Magic Armor for 598 rupees. Normally having the Magic Armor on reduces your rupees, but since you have unlimited rupees you will stay invulnerable to damage for as long as you want.

Special sword sheathing animation:
Press A to put away your sword immediately after killing an enemy. Link will do the same sheathing animation as when you kill a boss or learn a new Hidden Skill.

Link?s special sword withdrawal:
Immediately press A after doing a Finish Stab.

No fall damage:
In Ordon, pick up a chicken and then run off a high location. The chicken will flap its wings and make you float, making you not receive fall damage.

Find Ilia:
You will enter the Twilight when looking for the last Fused Shadow. Jump off the bridge and you will land in the water. Turn your senses on to see the scent of Ilia.

Fairy Queen:
Restore the bridge by taking the pieces to their original place. Go back to that location and go down the stairs to find the hidden Fairy Temple. You?ll then have to battle enemies you?ve already encountered. You?ll need teh Hookshot, Spinner, Dominion Rod, and Ball And Chain to get past certain points. Once you pass all the tests, talk to the Fairy Queen. She?ll tell you that she has released her fairies to all the Spirit Lakes. Catch fairies in a bottle by scooping them with your bottle.

Speak to Epona:
When you can go into wolf form outside of the Twilight, go to the patch of ?Horse calls? as a wolf. Press A to howl and howl the song indicated by teh blue lines. Epona will come to you. Talk to her and she?ll tell you to hurry up and turn back into human form.

Epona?s shoes:
Ride Epona to the hill in Ordon and look up after making sure her front feet are off the ledge.

The shopkeeper?s kitten:
Make sure you have a fishing rod and go catch a fish behind the locked house. Instead of pressing A, press B to make Link throw the fish at the cat. The cat will carry the fish back to the shop. Speak with the shopkeeper to collect your reward.

Fortune Teller trick:
When the fortune teller tells you your fortune, you?ll hear something twice but backwards. Press HOME to look at it longer.

Malo?s rude comments:
Malo is the little kid that makes fun of everyone he encounters. Below area few ways to make see his rudeness:

-Listen to his comments when you?re showing everyone how to use the sword and slingshot.
-Enter his shop in Kakariko village and he will say rude things to you.
-When you are showing off your archery skills to the children, cancel. He will ask if you need more arrows. Say no and he will ask if you want to give up. Select “I am no quitter”. He will then tell you how slow you are.
-After the store is closed in Kakariko Village, come back at night. Before morning, he will leave rude comments on his door.

Make Midna angry:
When restoring the pieces of the bridge, warp them somewhere besides the location where they should go. She will yell at you in frustration.

Make Minda panic:
Go to Snowpeak and walk around in the deep snow until Link starts sinking. Change into a wolf and your legs will then sink into the snow and Minda will start to panic as if you were covered in the ghost rats or in quicksand.

Challenge Yeta:
After beating Snowpeak Ruins, go back to where you first met Yeto. You can now challenge Yeta to a race, but she is much faster and uses shortcuts. After the part with trees stay on the right and jump. Make sure not to fall in the gaps. If she gets too close, hit her with your sword to slow her down. Defeat her to win a heart piece.

Drag chickens underwater:
Go to any location that has water and chickens. Throw the chicken in the water and then use the Iron boots to sink down. Now use your Clawshot to bring the chicken to you. Note: The chicken doesn?t do anything special when underwater.

Barnes? sprinkler system:
After restoring Darbus back to normal, go to the bomb shop. Stand next to Barnes and take out your lantern. He will tell you to put it out. Now stand somewhere else out of his sight and pull your lantern out again. He will then stomp the ground and spray water on you. No matter where you pull your lantern out in the building, you?ll always get sprayed with water.

Scare soldiers away:
Go to Castle Town and cause a commotion as a wolf. Soldiers will appear and try to fend you off but will cower in fear if you get too close. Let them surround you and then use a special spin attack. They will run away in fear and drop arrows, rupees, and hearts.

Faster time of day:
-Stand without moving and you?ll notice that the time will move a bit slower. To make day or night come faster, do a combination of warping and moving around to make time go faster.

-At night, head to Lake Hylia and go to the Sky Temple Cannon. Blast into the sky and go to the downward cannon to blast back down. it will then instantly be daytime.

Ooccoo hint:
When in a dungeon and you turn off the game after saving, you always have to start at the entrance of the dungeon when you resume play. To avoid this, use your Ooccoo to warp out before you save. Now save and turn off the game. When you play again, use your Ooccoo again to warp back to the room where you left off.

Hidden Skills:
Below is a list of each Hidden Skill followed by a description:

Ending Blow – When an enemy is on the ground, stab them.
Shield Attack – This attack lowers an enemies guard and lets you attack freely. It is useful against armored foes.
Back Slice – This move rather difficult to do. Lock on and jump around your enemy until you roll, then you swing your sword.
Helm Splitter – After successfully using a shield attack you can jump above an enemy’s head and attack in midair, landing behind them.
Mortal Draw – As an enemy approaches you, press A. This will almost always kill the enemy.
Jump Strike – Lock on with Z and hold A to unleash a powerful version of the jump attack. It hits multiple foes.
Great Spin – Upgrade your spin attack to have a longer range and to do more damage. However you must have full health to use it.

Infinite fire trick:
make sure you have plenty of sticks to light torches. First pile a few sticks together. Then take one stick and light the pile with it. The rest of the sticks should then light simultaneously. After one goes out, it should relight the other sticks. This causes a chain of relighting, making the area remain lit until you leave.

Make Link face plant:
Go to a high location such as in Lake Hylia. Stand on the edge and turn around. Now set a bomb and turn your back while you wait for it.

Obtain the Adult Wallet:
The Adult Wallet can only be obtained after defeating the giant Twilight Bug at Lake Hylia. Head to Hyrule Castle Town in human form and go to the southeast alley. Look for a door that leads to where a girl that collects bugs is. Give her any Golden Bug you have caught to receive an Adult Wallet, which can hold 600 rupees. An easy Golden Bug is right outside the south entrance of Castle Town, on a large column covered in vines. Blow up the rocks with a bomb to make a Golden Ladybug appear. Hit it with your boomerang and grab it with A. You can also find two Golden Ants in Kakariko Village and the graveyard there.

Obtain the Giant Wallet:
The Giant Wallet can hold 1,000 rupees. Collect all twenty four Golden Bugs and take them to Agitha in Castle Town South Road.

Early Big Key in Temple of Time:
Use the following trick inside the Temple of Time to get the Big Key early. When you first enter the room with a giant scale and spiders, get both statues on one end of the scale to cross to the other side. Before you go in the door, turn left to see a gap in the railing. Clawshot to the anchor you see through the gap and drop to the platform. Grab the small statue that’s there and jump off the platform. Climb back up the stairs to where the scale is. Throw the small statue on the side of the scale where the other two statues are to raise the platform you are on. Look up and Clawshot to the anchor you see on the ceiling. Cross the walkway and use the Spinner to ride along the railing to reach another platform. Here you’ll find a Poe, small chest, and a door. Enter the door to enter a small room with an attacking statue and two lizard-pig creatures with helmets. Defeat all three enemies and move the lizard-pig creature’s helmets close to the wall with a gated alcove. Clawshot up to the ceiling and lower yourself down. Using the Clawshot, get the two helmets onto the platform you’re standing on. Place the two helmets, along with the two statues you find, onto the switches to pen the gate below you. Jump down and open the chest to receive the Big Key, all before you even bring the matching statue back down to the first room.

Free arrows:
Find an enemy that shoots arrows at you and just keep dodging them. You can retrieve arrows that hit the ground after they?ve been fired. You only have a few seconds to grab them. Repeat until you?ve reached the desired amount of arrows.

Hylian Loach hints:
-To catch the Loach, head to the northernmost cove during summer. Cast the Sinking Lure or Frog Lure on the lily pads and wait for it to bite. Landing the Loach is very difficult.

-It?s harder to catch the Hylian Loach with the Sinking Lure since it sinks and gets stuck in the mud. Instead, make sure you have the Frog Lure from the Rollgoal mini-game. Now go to the fishing hole and go inside Hena?s. Make sure not to roll or else you?ll scare the fish or get into problems with Hena. Once you catch the Loach you?ll get a picture taken, which will go up on the wall. Ask Hena if you can go fishing alone. Make sure you always fish alone when trying to catch the Hylian Loach. Also make sure it?s summer by looking at the trees (they?ll be green). Go to the lilies, which you can find by going to the little indent on the map in the northern part of the fishing hole. Use your Fro Lure. The Loach looks like an Ordon Catfish but with blue eyes and red fins.

-Find the room where you get the Boss key inside Zora Temple. There are two Hylian Loaches and a Skull Fish. The Skull Fish take up bait so be careful not to catch it.

-Hylian Loaches can be caught in the following locations
Fishing Pond by the Lilypads.
Kakariko Graveyard by the Zoran Grave.
Lake Hylia were the Poe was found. Use your senses and dig at any black spots.
Up by the northeastern part of Hyrule Field. Use your senses and dig at any black spots.

Obtaining the Hylian Shield:
-After completing the Goron Temple and freeing Hyrule from the Twilight, go to Castle Town. Go the southwest side of the town square and ender the building with a Goron standing there. Talk to him and he will tank you for saving their mines. He?ll then offer you a Hylian Shield for 120 rupees.

-The store in Kakariko Village sells the Hylian Shield for 200 rupees.

Link?s reflection:
Go back to Link?s house after obtaining the lantern. Go into the basement and use your lantern to look around the area of the chest with the purple rupee. There you will find a mirror. Switch to first person to see Link?s reflection.

Catch a skeleton fish:
Go to Zora temple and find the pool with the fish inside. Use your fishing pole and cast it into the water to catch a fish that won?t be recorded because it is forbidden.

Blue Chu Jelly hint:
You can find blue Chu Jelly in the first room of Lakebed Temple. You can collect as much as you want by leaving the temple and returning.

Orange Chu Jelly hint:
Orange Chu Jelly replenishes eight hearts. To obtain it, scoop with your bottle after killing an orange Chu.

Rare Chu Jelly hints:
-Rare Chu Jelly (gold and sparkles) can be found in quite a few places, such as the Snowpeak area. This Chu Jelly is great because it restores all your hearts and temporarily increases your attack power.

-This jelly is rare and thus only shows up in a few locations, such as on the overhang of rocks near the bridge of the Lanayru province. It also only appears once in a while. If you spot it but fail to get it because it combined with another Chu, don?t bother leaving and returning since the Rare Chu will not reappear.

Lantern Oil hints:
-Go to the shop run by a bird near the Forest Temple. Use a bottle to take some oil but don?t pay when he asks you? to. The next time you return he will call you a thief and start pecking you. Quickly take more items while he?s pecking you. Note: His pecks only take a quarter of a heart away.

-Take an empty bottle to the shop near the Forest Temple that?s run by a bird. Grab as much Red Potion or Lantern Oil as you want and only pay 1 rupee when he asks you to pay. The bird will them say that you?re really cheap but won?t attack you.

-Kill a Yellow Chu and then scoop it up with your lantern to fill it completely with oil.

Easy rupees hints:
-After filling your third Vessel of Light and becoming human again, go to the Howling Stone high on the cliff by Lake Hylia (where you couldn?t reach as a wolf). Explode the wall there that leads into a cave and go inside. Be sue to have a bunch of bombs and lantern oil. Bomb all the walls around the cave to find a ton of rupees.

-When using the Flight by Fowl you?ll be able to fly around Lake Hylia with a Cucco and get rupees. Reach the Isle Of Riches, which can only be accessed by the Flight By Fowl. Each floor here has a special price. The following is a list of all the floors and their prizes:

Largest Floor: Nothing
Second Floor: 10 Rupees
Third Floor: 20 Rupees
Fourth Floor: 50 Rupees
Fifth Floor: Heart container
Grand Prize (rotating floor): 100 Rupees

– Leave Castle Town through the south gate. Climb the pillar on the left and reach the circle of rocks. Become a wolf and dig in the middle to drop into a cave filled with water and two small islands on each side. Kill the enemies to receive a chest and then knock down the bee hive for bait. You can catch big Greengills and Pike here as well as bags of rupees.

-Go to Lake Hylia and play the bird game where you pop fruit balloons. Get everything at the beginning to get a perfect score ( 24 points). Then hit all twenty strawberries to receive a silver rupee.

– Find the dog and bone near the Castle Town west gate. Throw the bone into the patch of grass to the right of the doctor?s house and sometimes the dog will instead bring back rupees. Repeat as many times as you?d like.

– Go anywhere with lots of birds flying around, such as the bridge over Lake Hylia. Kill all the birds with arrows to make a number of rupees of various values fall to the ground.

-Jump into the water in the center of Zora?s throne room with the Zora Armor on. Lift the small rocks at the bottom to find high value rupees. At least four or five rocks have yellow rupees(10), a couple have blue rupees(5), and one has a red rupee(20). Leave the throne room and come back to find more rupees. Repeat until your wallet is full.

– Go to Death Mountain and say ?Yes? to the Goron that asks if you want to climb on. Say ?Yes? to the second Goron that asks you the same thing and look to the right. When you arrive, grab the rock and a red rupee will appear. Continue down the path and another rock with a red rupee will be there. Keep doing this as many times as desired.

-Chop all the grass in the Fishing Hole to get rupees. You can find from 50 to 80 rupees and can repeat this as many times as desired.

-Turn into a wolf right outside of Snowpeak Ruins. When you reach the snow, look to the right to see a ledge you can walk onto. Keep going up the path until you reach a plateau. Use your wolf senses to see many digging spots. Dig all the spots to get up to 50 rupees and a heart. Jump off an edge and repeat. The heart you find will keep you from dying so keep jumping off the ledge and collecting more rupees.

-Go to the room in the Water Temple where you obtain the Boss key. In the uppermost section there are several pots. One pot has a blue rupee while three of them have yellow rupees inside. The rupees in the pots keep respawning so you can enter and exit the area until you have the desired amount of rupees.

-Go to the Bridge of Elden. ON the other side from the own there?s a ladder. Kill the goblins there and move near the owl to jump across. There is an orange rupee there (worth 100 rupees).

Heart Piece hints:
-Go to the fortune teller in the south part of Castle Town. She will tell you the location of all the Heart Pieces in the game for 10 rupees each.

-Go to Lake Hylia as a wolf and play the song that gets Plumm near you. Speak to him and he?ll tell you the game will begin when you take flight. Play the song again and a Twilight bird will pick you up. Reach 10,000 points by hitting only the red? targets for a big combo to earn a Heart Piece. If you play again and surpass your score, Plumm will give you 100 rupees.

Heart hints:
– After defeating the boss of the Yeti dungeon, Yeta and Yeto will hug. Almost 300 hearts will appear. Keep talking to them for more harts to come out.

-When low on hearts, go back to a spring whose spirit you?ve already returned (like Ordona?s spring in Ordon for example). Walk? around inside the spring and your hearts will slowly recover. You can also go to the Hot Springs at Death Mountain to regain lost heats.

-Go to Castle Town after you save it from the Twilight. Head to the west side of town and find a bone. Now go south with the bone to find a dog. Throw the bone into the alley way and the dog will come out with either hearts or rupees.

-Talk to the three girls outside the tent in Castle Town after beating the Star mini-game. They will giggle over Link and drop hearts.

Bottle Locations:
Unlock the following bottles by performing the corresponding tasks:

Bottle 1 – The woman gives this bottle to you at the start of the game.
Bottle 2 – Purchased from Coro South of Faron Forest for 100 rupees (includes lantern oil with purchase).
Bottle 3 – Go to the Fishing Hole that Hena owns at the place called Upper Zora River. Go to the Fishing Hole and bobber fish at the bridge where there is a sign. The water is murkier than normal. This may require multiple attempts.
Bottle 4 – Defeat and collect 20 Poe Souls and bring them to Jovani in Castle Town (where all the cats are must be able to dig).

Golden Bug Locations:
Unlock the following Golden Bugs by performing the corresponding tasks:

Ant – Kakariko Village. The male ant is located on a tree to the right of the hole in the back of the Kakariko graveyard and the female ant is in the house just prior to the bomb shop on the west side of the village.
Beetle – Faron Province, Hyrule Field. The male beetle is located on a tree in the southern portion of Hyrule Field. The tree is positioned between two raised land masses. As for the female, she is on a tree on the western side of the field. It is just south of the giant dirt patch.
Butterfly – Hyrule Field east of Castle Town. Just south of the east entrance of Castle Town is a small flower patch containing the male. To find the female, she is on a vine-covered ledge just northeast of the east castle town exit.
Dayfly – Gerudo Desert. To find the male you must search the southern part of the desert, almost dead center, north of the barricades. For the female, search the trenches at the southeast end of the desert (near the chunk of bridge). It is recommended that you do this at nightfall.
Dragonfly – Zora’s Domain. The male is on top of the hill at the southwest end of the domain. The female is right in front of the boating game shack.
Grasshopper – Eldin Province, Hyrule Field. The male is at the entrance to Kakariko Village. The female is at the northeastern part of the map. This is best done at night.
Ladybug – South of Castle Town. The male is on the vine covered pillar southwest of the gate. The female is near the three trees of the left side of the balcony.
Mantis – Great Hylian Bridge. The male is on the wall of the northern half of the bridge. The female is on a rock just south of the bridge. It is easier to find her by looking at the bridge.
Phasmid – Eldin Bridge. The male is on the arch on the south end of the bridge. The female is on a cliff to the north of the bridge. You will need the Clawshot.
Pill Bug – Kakariko Gorge. The male is on the southern end of the bridge. The female is found by some flowers on the southwest corner, north of the bridge.
Snail – Sacred Grove. The male is on the inside of the southwestern alcove. The female is inside the Temple Of Time, on west side of the staircase.
Stag Beetle – Hyrule Field north of Castle Town. The male is near a tree on the east side of the bridge. The female is on the northern side of the field, above a bombable entrance to an icy cave.

Rewards for Golden Bugs:
Agitha in Castle Town will give you an Adult Wallet for the first Golden Bug you bring her. After that, she will give you 50 rupees for each male or female Golden Bug and 100 for a pair.

Poe hint:
The best time to look for Poe Souls is at night. You can also find them in dark places such as caves. For example, there?s a Poe on the second floor of? the Isle Of Riches.

Poe locations:
You should only search for Poes at night, except inside dungeons, the Cave of Ordeals, and hidden grottos. While in human form you can locate a Poe by seeing their blue lantern. However, they can only be destroyed in wolf form. After collecting more than twenty Poes, Jovani will give you a bottle with Great Fairy?s Tears inside. When you collect 60 Poes you will receive 200 rupees. After that, Jovani?s cat will give you 200 rupees each time you speak to it. When you?ve eliminated all the Poes, Jovani can be found inside Telma?s bar. To get inside Jovani?s house, go to the town square of Castle Town and go down the south road. Take the first road on the right and go to the house on the left with cats in front of it. As a wolf, use your senses to find a spot to dig on the left side of the house. Below is a list of all Poe locations.

All Poes locations
-1. Your first Poe is on the way on your journey to Hyrule Castle again. He is found in Jovani’s house.
-2, 3, 4, 5. Four poes are found in Arbiter’s Grounds. They are part of one of the tasks for the dungeon.
Faron Province
-6. Faron Woods. This Poe is lurking in the Poisonous Swamp. Using Midna and Wolf Link, jump across the platforms to encounter him.
-7. Sacred Grove. This Poe can be found up on a stump. Look for an area with a small pool of water, and a waterfall. To get him, go behind this waterfall.
-8. Sacred Grove. Go to the area where you first had to defeat the Skull Kid (for access to the Master Sword). Blow up the boulder in the middle of this area and a Poe should be exposed.
-9. Sacred Grove. In the area that you obtained the Master Sword, you will find this Poe.
-10. Hyrule Field. As soon as you leave Faron woods, go to the small bridge above a small stream of water straight ahead. A Poe can be found lurking in this area.

Eldin Province
-11. Kakariko Village. A Poe can be found floating around, up above Barnes’ bomb shop, near the wreckage of the house that you had to blow up earlier as Wolf Link.
-12. Kakariko Village. This next Poe can be found going up a bit more from the ruins of the house, up near the watchtower (where Talo now keeps watch). He will be directly in front of the door to the watchtower.
-13. Kakariko Village. Go to the graveyard behind the village sanctuary. This Poe will be floating around here.
-14. Kakariko Village. There is another Poe in the graveyard. Open up a gravestone to reveal him.
-15. Death Mountain. Start moving up Death Mountain and go over to the second Goron you see. Use him to toss you up to the cliff left of where he stands. Up on this cliff will be a Poe.
-16. Kakariko Gorge. Coming out of Kakariko Village, after crossing the bridge, go to your right up a hill. Here you should find a Poe wandering around a tree up on this hill.
-17. Kakariko Gorge. After collecting the above Poe, go to the opposite side of where you are. Look for a boulder along the wall. Blow it up to reveal a hidden lantern cavern. Make sure that your lantern is full. Searching this hidden lantern cavern completely, you should encounter the Poe.
-18. Hidden Village. Entering the hidden village, look to the right to see this Poe on the upper front balcony. Use a net that is hanging from the same platform he is on. Use your Clawshot to bring yourself up to him.
-19. Hyrule Field. Take the Great Bridge of Hylia from Lanayru to Faron Province. Looking at your map now, after you have crossed the bridge, and made that stretch of the land, this Poe will be up on a high ledge on the southeast wall, to your right. This ledge will be before you take some twists and turns to get into Faron. Use your bomb arrows to blow up a few boulders and then use the Clawshot pads that are revealed to get up to him.

Lanayru Province
-20, 21, 22. Lake Hylia. These three Poes are found in another lantern cavern. On your map, a Howling Stone can be located in the southwest part of the lake. Climb up to the howling stone. Note: As soon as you come up from the ladder, the Howling Stone should be on your right. Look in the opposite direction of the stone; you should see a boulder in the wall, just as in Kakariko Gorge. Blow up this boulder to reveal this cavern. Search the cavern completely to find them all. Also, before entering, make sure to have enough oil in your lantern and some, if not all, empty bottles because this one is much longer. There will be some Yellow Chu Chus inside that you can use as refills if needed.
-23. Lake Hylia. While playing the Flight-by-Fowl game atop Lake Hylia, float down to the floating platform in the middle of the lake. A Poe is waiting on one of the lower platforms.
-24. Lake Hylia. Coming out of the Spirits cave, go to the right until you find a patch of land. A Poe wanders around here. On your map, he is in the east area of Lake Hylia.
-25. Lake Hylia. Use the warp portal to warp to the lake, then turn around to see several platforms. Jump across them to get to a Poe that is on the land to the back.
-26. Lake Hylia. If you go to the lookout tower, where Auru was located (the one that helped you get to the desert). There is a Poe floating around at the base of this tower.
-27. Lake Hylia. To find your last Poe here, go back up to the Flight-by-Fowl game challenge. After getting about half way down, make a U-turn to find a small platform sticking out of the wall under the game house. Your Poe will be here.
-28. Zora’s Domain. Warp to the Zora Domain throne room. Upon leaving the throne room, jump down the waterfall. Swim to your left to the area where you had to catch a Reekfish. A Poe can be found up on the little hill here. A Golden Bug should also be near.
-29. Zora’s Domain. Go over to where the entrance to Snowpeak is located. Using Wolf Link and Midna, jump up a short distance until you are behind the main waterfall to find your Poe.
-30. Zora’s River. Coming out of Zora’s Domain and into Zora’s River, to your right is a small grassy hill. On it, you will see a Poe.
-31. Hyrule Field. In the land north of Hyrule Castle, there is a stone bridge. On this bridge will be a Poe.
-32, 33. Hyrule Field. In the same area as the Poe above, go to the eastern part of the land until you find two trees. In between those two trees should be a patch of dirt. Use Wolf Link and his senses to dig in and capture the two Poes inside.
-34. Hyrule Field. Going through Castle Town, use the eastern exit to find a Poe out on the bridge.
-35. Hyrule Field. Go through Castle Town again and exit through the south. Near the pool of water will be another Poe to capture.
-36. Hyrule Field. Going through Castle Town once more, exit through the west. Coming out to this field, go to the path farthest to your left. This path will lead you to the ruined stone lookout. Here, in the same area that you found a statue for Shad, will be a Poe.
-37. Gerudo Mesa. Use Fyer’s cannon blast to send you flying to the Gerudo Mesa. After landing, start moving to your left. You should catch sight of a Poe in the distance on a small platform.
-38. Gerudo Mesa. In the enemy encampment, go over to where you had to battle King Bulblin (and afterwards where he temporarily trapped you in by fire). You can find a Poe around the place where you fought him.
-39. Gerudo Mesa. Before you enter the temple of Arbiter’s Grounds, to your left is a Poe floating about.
-40. Gerudo Mesa. In the northeastern most part of the desert, there is platform with a tree on top. Use your Clawshot and hook the tree to get up onto the platform and up to your Poe.
-41, 42. Gerudo Mesa. In the same location as the Poe above, use Wolf Link’s senses to dig into an underground grotto to find these two Poes.
-43. Gerudo Mesa. Go to the southwestern part of the desert, to the location where the missing piece of the Bridge of Eldin was found. If you have not yet brought back the missing piece to the bridge, do so, then afterwards warp back to the Gerudo Mesa. Around where the missing piece was should be a Poe wandering about.
-44, 45, 46. Cave of Ordeals. These three can be found in the Cave of Ordeals. In the same location as above, and after collecting the Poe, go down the stairs that lead to this cave. The first Poe in here will be on the 17th floor. The second is found on the 33rd floor. The last Poe is on the 41st floor. You will have need all of your quest items in order to get through the cave completely. When you obtain the Double Clawshot you will be good to go.
-47. Gerudo Mesa. Back at the Gerudo Mesa, go to the beginning of the path that leads to the enemy encampment. Note: You should not be in the enemy encampment itself. Go down the path to your left. Do not take any other turns. Just continue following this path until it leads to a dead end, which is where the Poe lurks.

Snowpeak Mountain
-48. Snowpeak. Upon going up the mountain, you should encounter some large rocks. This Poe is hiding about these rocks.
-49. Snowpeak. This Poe will be on the first cliff up the mountain. Entering Snowpeak Mountain, and after jumping the pieces of ice in the water, look up and to the left to see a lone tree in the distance. Go up towards it, watching the tree as you go up the steep slope. After going up the steep cliff, take a left to get to this tree and to the Poe.
-50. Snowpeak. After climbing up a bit more, take a right at the next “Y”. In open an area with a few trees is the Poe, along with some Bat Keese.
-51. Snowpeak Cave. Once you dig into the cave, a Poe is hiding in the left boulder of ice that you will see. You will need the Ball and Chain to get him out and capture him.
-52. Snowpeak. After snowboarding down the hill against the Yeto, turn around and you should see a hill to the left. Go over there as Wolf Link and start going up the winding pathway that will lead up to a Poe on top. Be careful not to fall off while battling him.

Snowpeak Ruins
-53. In this temple you will find your first Poe in the middle of the foyer.
-54. Your next Poe will be found in a room that is all ice. On the second floor, go to the southeast room. Against one of the walls should be some chunks of ice to break with the Ball and Chain, after which a Poe (along with some Keese), will reveal itself.
-55. The last Poe is back at the entrance. You will need the Ball and Chain to get to him. As soon as you enter, to your left and right will be suits of armor. Smash open a middle one to reveal a Poe.

Temple Of Time
-56. You will find your first Poe here after you pass through the doors from the Sacred Grove to the entrance to the Temple Of Time. In this room, coming down the stairs, take a U-turn to your left. Using the Dominion Rod, move the owl statue that you see to let this Poe out, then take him down.
-57. Go to the third floor, with the room with the huge rotating platform in the middle. Go to the west side of the room. You should find a yellow gate that a Poe is behind. Bring one of the small statues atop the walls on either side of the gates. Hit the switch behind the gate to let the Poe out.
-58. On the sixth floor is your next Poe. It is the room with the large scale against a wall. Use the scale, and with the small statues, make one side bring you up as high as it can go. Use your Clawshot to hook onto a Clawshot pad in the middle of the ceiling, then walk the path to some spinner tracks on the wall. With these tracks, go to the right and it will bring you around to a platform that a Poe waits at.

City in the Sky
-59. In an outer area on the third floor is your first Poe. Use the flying plants above and hook on with your Clawshot to get you over two walls. Look to the south to an open area where you should see another flying plant above near you. Hook onto this plant that will bring you to another small lone area. Drop down to the area where your Poe lurks.
60. Go to the fourth floor. In the outer area of where you obtained the Boss Key, a Poe is waiting atop a platform. Use some wall vines and the tightropes to get over to him. Be careful not to fall off the edge when trying to capture him. Finish him off and you will have completed your Poe hunt.

Howling Stone locations:
Use the following info to find all the Howling Stone locations:

Howling Stone #1
Location: n/a
Golden Wolf Location: Entrance to Forest Temple
Song: n/a
Skill: Finishing Blow

Howling Stone #2
Location: Death Mountain Geyser Area
Golden Wolf Location: Ordon Spring
Song: Song of Healing — Majora’s Mask
Skill: Shield Bash

Howling Stone #3
Location: Upper Zora River
Golden Wolf Location: Eastern Entrance to Hyrule
Song: Oath To Order — Majora’s Mask
Skill: Back Slice
Additional Information: The Stone is at a small cliff overlooking the river , accessible only after the water has returned to the lake.

Howling Stone #4
Location: Lake Hylia
Golden Wolf Location: Gerudo Desert
Song: Nocturne Of Shadow — Ocarina Of Time
Additional Information: This stone is located near the tower where you first meet Auru. It is in the southernmost part of Lake Hylia nearest to the Gerudo Desert. You must be able to transform in your wolf form whenever you want since it requires both forms to access.

Howling Stone #5
Location: Sacred Grove Entrance
Gold Wolf Location: Southern entrance to Hyrule
Song: Prelude of Light — Ocarina of Time

Howling Stone #6
Location: Snowpeak Trail
Golden Wolf Location: Kakariko Village Graveyard

Howling Stone #7
Location: Hidden Village
Golden Wolf Location: Entrance to Hyrule Castle

Golden Ladybug Triforce:
Look at the back of a Golden Ladybug inside Princess Agitha?s house (after catching one). Wait for the glow to disappear to see a Triforce on its back.

Scary looking Malo:
Look for Malo (the child that looks like a little infant) after getting the Slingshot or Bow. Pull out either of these weapons out and shoot him with it. He?ll pull his head back but won?t say anything. However, once you defeat Darbus on Death Mountain, head back into Kakariko Village and find Malo up on the higher ledges. He will then ask you to show him how to shoot a bow. Say yes and then you?ll be appear ready to give Malo instructions. Turn your camera so that you can see Malo?s face.