The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time Wiki Guide
Revert to young Link and play the Song of Storms to the windmill guy in Kakariko Village. This will cause the well to drain, allowing you to enter the mini-dungeon beneath.
Bottom of the Well
This isn't a long dungeon, but it is filled with illusions (holes and doors that you can't see, as well as fake walls). You're ultimate goal here is to get the Lens of Truth. Since there are some Fire Keese in this dungeon, you may want to equip the Hylian Shield.
Crawl through the small opening, defeat the Skulltula, and continue straight through the fake wall behind the skeletal remains to enter the main section of the dungeon. Avoid the Green Bubble and walk only in the water-filled area (there are no invisible holes where there's water). Follow the water way around to the opposite side of the chamber, where you'll find a Triforce symbol on the ground. Play Zelda's Lullaby to drain the water, and return to where you entered this room to find a small pit. There's a chest here containing bombs and a crawl space. Crawl through the small hole, defeat the Skulltula, and enter the next room, where you'll fight a scary abomination called a Dead Hand.
To kill it, get close to one of the giant hands. When it grabs you, the Dead Hand will rises from the ground. Press any buttons rapidly to free yourself. Attack Dead Hand when it gets close and lowers its head. After 10 or so hits the Dead Hand will be defeated and you will earn your reward: The Lens of Truth.
The Lens of Truth is the only thing you need from this dungeon, so you can leave. But if you want to collect a few Gold Skulltulas, you'll need to stick around and find three Small Keys.
Gold Skulltula Hunting
Return to where you entered the main room. Activate the Lens of Truth and follow the path counter-clockwise. On the inside wall around the first corner you will find a small room holding a chest with another Small Key. Now head clockwise until you find a little room containing a Small Key in a chest. Continue walking clockwise until you encounter a doorway leading to a big chest. Carefully avoid the hole and retrieve the Compass for the chest. Head back to the main room.
The third key is in the western-most room. This room contains a total of six coffins with torches on the ends. Kill the Gibdo (you can stun him by playing the Sun's Song) and light the most southwestern torch in the room with a Deku Stick. Kill the Keese; a Small Key will be sitting inside the now opened coffin.
Two of the Gold Skulltulas are in the inner chamber of the central room, which you can access through a fake wall in any compass direction. Enter the locked door in the northeast corner of this room. Kill the Keese with your Slingshot, then use the Lens of Truth to find the invisible path along the wall leading to the Gold Skulltula. Now head through the locked door in the northwest corner of the inner room, and collect the Gold Skulltula on the wall. The third Skulltula is behind a door in the northeast (watch out for invisible pits). Go inside and kill all of the enemies (three Fire Keese and a Beamos) while avoiding more invisible pits. Proceed cautiously to the next room, where you'll need to kill a Like Like. In the same room is the last Gold Skulltula.
You are now done with the Bottom of the Well. You're next goal is the Shadow Temple, but there are few things you may want to do first.
Heart Pieces and Gold Skulltulas
Treasure Chest Shop
Go to Hyrule Marketplace at night and enter the Treasure Chest Shop (the door to the right of the exit leading to the drawbridge). Pay ten rupees to play the game. Use the Lens of Truth to see which chest holds the Small Key. The chest in the last room holds a Heart Piece.
Hyrule Castle Gold Skulltula
Sneak past the guards to the moat surrounding the castle. Stand next to the tree in the corner and play the Song of Storms to reveal a hidden grotto. Enter and destroy the wall to your left to uncover a Gold Skulltula.
Frog Heart Pieces
Go to Zora's River and work your way up until you see a log leaning on the path. Walk out to the square section on the end of the log and pull out your Ocarina. Play the Song of Storms to the frogs to receive a Heart Piece. Play the five remaining non-warp songs to receive a purple rupee and make a frog grow larger each time (if your wallet gets full, it would be a good idea to buy some Magic Beans). After all 5 frogs have grown, pull out your Ocarina and they will ask you to play a mini-game. When the bug appears over a frog, press the corresponding Ocarina button to make that frog jump. Completing the mini-game will result in another Heart Piece.
Mountain Crater Magic Bean
Collect a bug in a Bottle and make sure you have a Magic Bean. Play the Bolero of Fire to warp to Death Mountain Crater. Drop the bugs into the nearby soft soil to uncover a Gold Skulltula, then plant a Magic Bean.
Warp to the Temple of Time and draw the Master Sword to become Adult Link again. Warp back to Death Mountain Crater and ride the floating bean platform up to a Heart Piece.
Death Mountain Gold Skulltulas
As long as you are around Death Mountain, you may as well grab a couple of Gold Skulltulas.
You can find the first one during the night, in the little canyon leading up to Biggoron (where the rocks fall on you), there is a Gold Skulltula hiding behind a boulder. Smash the boulder with the Megaton Hammer to reach the prize.
The next Skulltula is in the Dodongo's Cavern. Enter the dungeon, and go through the door in the northwest corner. Use a bomb to detonate both sets of Bomb Flowers simultaneously, lowering the staircase. The Gold Skulltula is located in the alcove above the top of the staircase, and can be reached with the Longshot.
Rooftop Heart Piece & Skulltula
In Kakariko Village, stand between the Bazaar and the Potion Shop. Fire the Longshot at the top of the roof, to the left of the tall tower. Talk to the man sitting up here and he will give you a Heart Piece.
There is also a Skulltula on the top of the house on the south side of the village. Make sure it is nighttime, then Longshot from rooftop to rooftop to reach the Gold Skulltula.
Rematch with Dampé
Enter Kakariko Graveyard. On the north side of the graveyard, move the tombstone with flowers in front of it, and the enter the hole. Dampé will challenge you to a race. You need to reach the end of the course in less than a minute. Quickly follow Dampé, avoiding the flames he drops. When you reach the final room (the one with the round staircase), rather than running up the staircase, fire your Longshot at the torch at the top of the room. After you complete the race, talk to Dampé, and he will disappear, leaving behind a Heart Piece.
Lens of Truth
Lens of Truth
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The Lens of Truth is an item in Ocarina of Time and Majora's Mask. It allows Link to see invisible objects and other hidden items. It shows objects such as ghosts or hidden ladders at the expense of magic power.
Ocarina of Time
In Ocarina of Time, the Lens of Truth is obtained in the Bottom of the Well after defeating Dead Hand. It can be used in the Treasure Chest Shop in Hyrule Castle TownMarket in order to complete the game to be awarded a Piece of Heart. When Link hears gossip from a Gossip Stone near the Temple of Time, it says it is illegal to use any lens in the Treasure Chest Game.
In Majora's Mask, the Lens of Truth is found in the "floating" cave east of the Goron Village. Link is helped by Kaepora Gaebora who shows Link the way by dropping his feathers on the invisible ice platforms. It leads to the cave where it is to be found. When Link walks out of the cave, he can find Darmani when using the Lens of Truth. He becomes surprised that Link can see him, and then wants Link to follow him to his resting place. Once they have arrived at Darmani's grave, he asks Link to "heal his sorrows". If Link plays the Song of Healing, he obtains the Goron Mask.
Game Model from Ocarina of Time
Game Model from Ocarina of Time 3D
Game Icon from Ocarina of Time 3D and Majora's Mask 3D
- ↑ "Lens of Truth Use (C) and magic to see what the naked eye cannot." — In-Game Description, Majora's Mask.
- ↑ "You found the Lens of Truth! Set it to (C) and press (C) to look through it! Mysterious things are hidden everywhere! Be sure to try to use it outside of the well. Seeing the truth will cost magic power, so press (C) again to stop using it." — In-Game Description, Ocarina of Time.
- ↑ "You got the Lens of Truth! Gaze through it to see mysteries that are invisible to the naked eye. Set it to (C) to use it. Seeing the truth drains magic power, so tap (C) again to stop looking and using up magic." — In-Game Description, Majora's Mask.
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Kakariko Village – After completing the Water Temple, as soon as you enter Kakariko Village, you’ll witness a scene in which Kakariko is in flames. You find Sheik grimly ready to face the boss of the upcoming Shadow Temple, coming out of the well where it was sealed. Great place to keep something evil right? In your water supply…
After getting beat up, you’ll awaken and Sheik will recite more poetry, after which she teaches you the Nocturne of Shadow. Too bad we couldn’t teleport to this town earlier! Would have been nice before. *grumble grumble*
Although we can technically enter, and even complete the Shadow Temple now, there’s a mini-dungeon we have to tackle beforehand to get a very useful item.
Kakariko Village – We previously acquired the Song of Storms shortly after we got the Hookshot. However, there has been no required use for the Song up until this point. So if you haven’t gotten it, now is the time to do so. The game doesn’t directly guide you in this direction at this point.
Enter the Windmill in Kakariko Village and speak with Guru Guru, the furious guy playing his music box. He’ll rant about how some “stupid kid” came here seven years ago and played “that song” which screwed up the windmill. Whip out your Ocarina and he’ll teach it to you. *snicker*
Our next mission is inside the Bottom of the Well. However, you can only enter this mini-dungeon as a child. So play the Prelude of Light and return to the Temple of Time. Place the Master Sword in the pedestal to return yourself to Young Link.
It has been awhile since we have been a child and now that we have the Song of Storms, there are some optional goodies for us to collect.
There are a few more things we can get as a child, so return to the Temple of Time and place the Master Sword back in the pedestal.
Hyrule Castle – Go back to Hyrule Castle and make it past all the guards once again, just as you did before. Once you make it by all of the guards and you are almost at the area where you woke up Talon with the Cucco, you’ll notice a small tree in the corner. When you walk by it, the Shard of Agony starts to chime. Stand next to this tree and play the Song of Storms to make a hole appear. Completely logical… Fall down it and bomb the wall on your left to find a Gold Skulltula.
Optional: Gold Skulltula #78
Zora’s River – Next, go to Zora’s River and go to mid point where there are logs sticking out of the water. Get on the one closest to “land” and stand on the square mark. Whip out your Ocarina to make frogs appear.
First, play the Song of Storms to instantly be rewarded with a Heart Piece. That was easy. Next, play all of your other, non-teleport songs. For each they’ll reward you with fifty Rupees. Man, these things are so worthless now, especially since most of it goes to waste in your overflowing wallet.
Once they’re all fully grown, whip out your Ocarina again to play a little game. You have to press the button for each frog that has a fly above its head. If you’re too slow or pick the wrong one, you have to start over again. The songs they make you play are somewhat random so you just have to think quick. Once you finally get to the end, they’ll reward you with another Heart Piece.
Heart Piece #31
Heart Piece #32
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Navi will continually harass you now about going in the well, but in the future, it’s blocked off. Return to the past and… well… the well is full of water. I don’t think this part is very clear, but the windmill draws the water from the well.
Once inside the windmill, go stand before Guru Guru and play the Song of Storms. This will cause it to go haywire just like it did in the future, and also make his reaction to you in the future make more sense now. The water from the well will drain dramatically, giving you access to the next mini-dungeon. Sweet.
Go back outside, climb down it and head on through.
Entry – As soon as you enter, crawl through the hole then go down the ladder. A big Skulltula will block your path. Wait until its back is to you and defeat it. After he’s defeated, check out the skeleton nearby if you’d like… The entire dungeon is filled with fake walls and you can walk through the wall that is straight ahead.
NOTE: The primary treasure of the Bottom of the Well is the Lens of Truth and we can get this dungeon item fairly early on. Once we acquire it, we can leave the dungeon without even visiting the majority of the rooms. That said, this is a full-blown mini-dungeon, complete with a Compass, Dungeon Map, and multiple Skulltulas. Thus, this guide will first acquire the Lens of Truth and all of the optional content will be found thereafter.
This large room is shaped like a doughnut, with a hidden room right in the middle. There are hidden holes in the ground all over the place and you can easily fall down into the Basement if you are just wandering around. If at any point you do fall into the Basement, jump down a few paragraphs to the section titled Basement.
We want to make our way to the complete opposite side of this room. Run forward and you’ll find a small stream of water. Take the path to the right and just follow the stream. As long as you stay on this water path, you will not fall down a hole. There is a massive Green Bubble that circles through the area as well. You can easily stun it with a boomerang and then defeat it if you’d like.
Just stay on the water path until you are at the opposite side of the room where you will find a Triforce symbol on the ground. Whip out your Ocarina and play Zelda’s Lullaby. This will cause the water in the dungeon to drain, giving us access to some near areas.
We now want to make our way back to where we first entered this large room. Again, stay on the outer path where the water use to be to avoid falling down into the Basement. At the entrance of this room, now that the water is gone, you can jump down into the small pit. Open the small chest if you’d like to get some bombs and then crawl through the small hole.
Watch out for the Skulltula hanging from the ceiling. After killing it, climb up the vines and go through the door to take on the mini-boss of the Bottom of the Well.
Dead Hand Room – Ack! Here you’ll find a creepy new enemy called Dead Hand. Let one of the hands grab you, then mash the A and B buttons to get free. Wait for the body to get close and it will lean down towards you. Use your sword to smack the head once it’s about to bite you. Dead Hand will eventually walk away and burrow underground. Repeat the whole process once again. While creepy and intimidating, he’s not that hard at all and you can easily defeat this enemy without getting hit.
Once he’s defeated, open the large chest that appears to find the Lens of Truth!
Well that’s it. If you want to leave the dungeon, just go right ahead as we got what we need. However, if you want to get all the goodies including the Skulltula tokens, keep following along.
Right away let’s put that Lens of Truth to use. If you use it you will find there is another treasure chest hidden within this room. Open it up to get a Gold rupee!
Main Room – Make your way back to the large main room with rectangular path along the perimeter. Now that we have the Lens of Truth, we can see where all the fake walls are located. First things first we want to head down to the Basement to get the Dungeon Map. While there are a few different holes that you can fall down, the one right in the center of the room is your best bet. Use the Lens of Truth to find the central area with the X-Shaped poles. From there drop down into the Basement.
This large basement cavern splits into four paths that all lead to dead ends. Two of the paths have absolutely nothing nothing of interest. One of the other paths leads to a location where Navi will turn green. You can play the Sun’s Song to summon a fairy.
The path we want to take is the one on the far right, with the two burning torches. Use Bombs on the two boulders blocking the way, then use the Sun’s Song to stun the ReDead. This eventually loads to a treasure chest that contains the Dungeon Map.
After snagging the map, go back to the main part of the Basement with the green poison water. It would be a good idea to kill the lone ReDead here so it doesn’t bother you. Snag the three Silver Rupees near the planks and then climb up the ladder. Snag the Rupee here and go up the second ladder. Collect the final Silver Rupee to open the door. Go through and it’ll close behind you.
At any point if you fall back down into the Basement, you’ll have to do this again to make your way back up.
Main Room – If you go to the center… room… inside the main room, you’ll see a large chest in one of the fenced in alcoves. Using your Lens of Truth, you can see there’s a pit blocking the entrance though. Don’t try jumping across, it won’t work. Just look around inside that alcove and you’ll notice one of the side walls is fake. Walk around the outside and go in to snatch the Compass. Go back the safe way now 😉
Now, it’s time to round up some Small Keys. We’ll tackle the oddball one first. On the west side of the dungeon is a pit with metal grating over it, which was filled with water before. Jump down and open the small chest if you’d like, then climb the wall and go through the door.
Coffin Room – As you enter this room filled with traps, you should kill the Gibdo first. Use the Sun’s Song to stun it to make it a lot easier.
After that, we need to open the coffins by lighting the torches that are beside them using Deku Sticks. There are enemies inside them, along with goodies. The casket in the southwest corner of the room has the Small Key in it. The rest of them have some Keese and even a Gibdo. Grab the small key and return to the main room.
Now, you’ll see on your map that there are two chests hidden in each corner of the southern parts of the main room, within the walls. If you walk around the perimeter of the room, using the Lens of Truth, you’ll see little alcoves with chests. Open them both to get two Small Keys.
Main Room – In the center of the main room is two small rooms we’ve ignored thus far. Inside each of their locked doors are Skulltulas.
Skulltula Room – Left
The room on the left simply has a lone Deku Baba in here… and some killer pots. I suggest using your shield to run forward and deflecting the projectiles before assaulting the plant. Snag your prize and head to the other room.
Optional: Gold Skulltula #79
Skulltula Room – Right – Once you enter the room, stand by the door and use your weapons to defeat the many Keese from a distance. After that, use your Lens of Truth to see the invisible walkway to the other side so you can claim your prize.
Optional: Gold Skulltula #80
In the northeast corner of the main room there is a small hole you can crawl through. Do so to find a locked door. Use your last Small Key on it.
Pit Room – This room is filled with vicious pits and several Fire Keese. First equip your Hylian Shield so they don’t burn your other shield, and then use the Lens of Truth to get closer. It’s easiest to simply let the Keese hit your shield, then slash them to defeat them.
Using the Lens of Truth, throw a Bomb at the Beamos to kill it. If you lost your Deku Shield to the Fire Keese, the small chest in the corner contains a new one. How convenient. Maneuver to the other side and go through the door.
Like Like Cage – It can be hard to move around in this small room and the Like Like will probably eat you at least once. I suggest circling around it, targeting him and then stabbing it quickly. Try to keep your distance and finish off the enemy. If the Like-Like gobbled up your Hylian Shield, or if you lost your Deku Shield in the previous room, the treasure chest here will have a replacement shield for you. Snag the Skulltula on the wall.
Optional: Gold Skulltula #81
That’s pretty much it. However, if you are a completionist and want to collect the rest of the goodies, there are three more small chests to find, all within the main room.
- In the Northwest Corner, toss a bomb onto the rubble on the ground to reveal a treasure chest that contains some Deku Nuts.
- In the center room, there is cage on the right side guarded by a Skulltula. Defeat it to find a chest containing some Deku Nuts.
- When you first enter the main room, on the left side there is some rubble on the ground. Blow it up with your bombs and drop down the hole to find a chest that contains some Bombchus.
11.4 Lens of Truth Goodies
Progress at this point
New in this section
- Heart Pieces:
Our next destination is the Shadow Temple as an Adult, but there is one more heart piece we can get now that we have the Lens of Truth. Return to the Hyrule Town Market as a child and play the Sun’s Song to make it nighttime. We want to play the Treasure Chest game, which is located on the side of the market that leads back to Hyrule Field.
The game progresses you through various rooms where you open one of two chests, each time getting a 50% chance to go on or lose. The odds are certainly not in your favor and it’s nearly impossible to win. That is of course, unless you cheat.
Pay the man the Rupees, then use your new Lens of Truth in each room to see what’s inside the chests before actually opening them. Make your way to the very end to get a Heart Piece.
Heart Piece #33
The Lens of Truth,(OoT | MM | HW) also referred to as the Eye of Truth,(OoT) is a recurring Item in The Legend of Zelda series.
Location and Uses
Ocarina of Time
In Ocarina of Time, the Lens of Truth is found at the Bottom of the Well, where Dead Hand guards it. Link first hears about it when Professor Shikashi in Kakariko Village tells him about a man who could see the truth and whose house stood where the well is now.
The Lens of Truth allows Link to see things that are not normally visible to the naked eye. It can show fake walls and floors, and invisible objects and enemies. It drains the Magic Meter when used. The Lens can also be used to see the contents of Treasure Chests in the Treasure Chest Game.
Despite its usefulness, the Lens of Truth is not required to complete the game. Any of the puzzles and traps based around it can be solved through luck or trial-and-error.
In Majora's Mask, the Lens of Truth can be found in the Lone Peak Shrine, a cave east of the Goron Village in Snowhead. The cave can be reached by jumping across invisible platforms, which are revealed by Kaepora Gaebora's feathers. The Lens functions the same way as in Ocarina of Time, but can now be used to see the souls of deceased characters, such as Darmani III, as well as characters that are totally unnoticeable, such as Shiro.
The Lens of Truth is a relic that allows the wielder to dispel illusions in Hyrule Warriors. It was left in The Water Temple by the Hero of Time.
When Impa suspects that the person commanding the Dark Forces during the Era of the Hero of Time is not truly Princess Zelda as she claims, she urges her soldiers to ignore the fake princess's commands to cease their attack. Princess Ruto suggests they use the Lens of Truth, located somewhere in the Water Temple, to prove the alleged Zelda is an impostor. While the Hyrulean Forces encircle the temple, the Zora Princess sneaks into the temple to search for the relic. Ruto easily infiltrates the temple and finds the Lens of Truth, but before she can rejoin with her allies, the fake Zelda closes the Central Hall and traps her. Frantic, Ruto instructs the Hyrulean Forces to open the floodgates inside the temple in order to reach the Gatekeeper holding the doors. Pulling the two floodgate switches found in the temple's southeast and southwest rooms causes the moat surrounding the central chamber to recede, allowing the Hyrulean Forces to slay the Gatekeeper and free the Princess, who hands the Lens of Truth to Sheik before retreating the battlefield. Sheik uses the newly-acquired relic to reveal the hidden chamber, housing the Gate of Souls, from which the impostor is issuing her commands, and the Hyrulean Forces quickly engage her in combat. After wearing down the impostor's stamina, Sheik uses the Lens of Truth to reveal their true identity: Wizzro.
In Adventure Mode, the Lens of Truth is used as the selector icon for tiles that have not yet been unlocked.
- In Ocarina of Time, if Link plays the "Song of Storms" and then uses the Lens of Truth, it will not drain his Magic Meter.
- In a early version of Ocarina of Time, the Spirit Medallion had the effect of the Lens of Truth. This is evidenced by data left in Ocarina of Time pointing the filename of the Spirit Medallion to the effect of the Lens of Truth. This would provide further proof that the Spirit Temple was meant to be completed before the Shadow Temple, since the Lens of Truth is required to navigate the latter.
- In Twilight Princess, the Howling Stone architectural design resembles the Lens of Truth, with both including the SheikahEye Symbol.
Link obtaining the Lens of Truth from Majora's Mask
Sheik using the Lens of Truth from Hyrule Warriors
Adventure Mode Lens of Truth icon from Hyrule Warriors
- ↑Encyclopedia (Dark Horse Books) pg. 129 (OoT)
- ↑"You have saved Ruto and obtained the Lens of Truth!" — N/A (Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition)
- ↑"The Shadow will yield only to one with the eye of truth handed down in Kakariko Village." — N/A (Ocarina of Time 3D)
- ↑"I can hear the spirits whispering in this room... "Look for the eye of truth..." That's what they are saying!" — Navi (Ocarina of Time)
- ↑"A long time ago... There was a man in this very village who had an eye they said could see the truth! Now usually, you have to train your mind's eye most strenuously to actually see the truth... But this fella, no, they say he had a different way of doing things... His house stood where the well is now..." — Professor Shikashi (Ocarina of Time)
- ↑"You found the Lens of Truth! Set it to (C) and press (C) to look through it! Mysterious things are hidden everywhere! Be sure to try to use it outside of the well. Seeing the truth will cost magic power, so press (C) again to stop using it." — N/A (Ocarina of Time)
- ↑"I shall take to the air now, flying toward that shrine across the way, so follow behind me. Do not be daunted by appearances. Instead, let your feelings guide you, and the true path shall open before you. Are you ready? Follow behind me!" — Kaepora Gaebora (Majora's Mask)
- ↑"......... Can it be? Are you able to see me? If you truly can see me, then follow behind me..." — Darmani III (Majora's Mask)
- ↑"I'm shocked. You're the first person who's ever spoken to me. I've been here for many years, waving my arms around and asking for help, but everyone ignores me and passes me by. It's 'cause I'm about as impressive as a stone, right?...I'm used to it, though." — Shiro (Majora's Mask)
- ↑ 10.010.1"The Lens of Truth has revealed a hidden passageway!" — N/A (Hyrule Warriors)
- ↑ 11.011.1"We could always use the Lens of Truth... A hero left it in the temple some time ago!" — Ruto (Hyrule Warriors)
- ↑"I'll go underwater and find the Lens of Truth. We can meet back up later." — Ruto (Hyrule Warriors)
- ↑"Getting in was easy. Now I just need to find the Lens of Truth itself... Here it is! The Lens of Truth! This is exactly what we need... [...] Oh, of course. I feared they were planning to trap me in here, and they have." — Ruto (Hyrule Warriors)
- ↑"Zelda's strategy has closed the Central Hall!" — N/A (Hyrule Warriors)
- ↑"Go and open the floodgates inside the temple! Doing that should free me! You have to seek out all the keeps with floodgate switches. Understand?" — Ruto (Hyrule Warriors)
- ↑"How did you see through my disguise?" — Wizzro (Hyrule Warriors)
- ↑"You can't be Zelda. Because... I am Zelda!" — Zelda (Hyrule Warriors)
- ↑Nintendo Official Guidebook—The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (Shogakukan) pg. 152
- ↑[name reference needed]
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