The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass Walkthrough :
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Oshus's Sword Mercay Island - Oshus's House How To Get It: - Toss the barrels east of Oshus's House to reveal a hidden entrance to Oshus's Storehouse. A door blocks Link's way, but Ciela gives him a hint that writing a number on the door will open it. She doesn't remember the number, but it is the same as the number of palm trees on the beach, which is 7. - Tap the sign by the door and scribble 7. After the door is open, head on over to the chest and open it to find Oshus's Sword. Talk to Oshus after you get the sword and he will teach you some instructional attacks (listed above). Description & Uses: - This blade was Oshus's weapon of choice as a young lad, but he no longer needs it. Link can use the sword to slash objects, cut down grass, small trees and defeat most enemies. Targeted Attack - Link can use the sword in various ways. Simply tapping on an enemy will make Link swipe at them. If the enemy is far away, Link will use a Jump Attack on them. Side Slash - Drawing a line between you and the enemy (from Link's left to right or vice versa) will cause Link to swing his blade. Drawing lines quickly is a great attack as well as a form of defense. Thrust - Draw a line straight from you to the enemy to perform a long thrust attack. Spin Attack - Draw a circle around Link to perform a powerful Spin Attack that deals twice as much damage as regular sword strikes. This is a great technique when attacking multiple enemies or slashing grass. Be careful though! If you use four in a row, Link will be dizzy for several seconds. Sword Blade Zauz's Island - Zauz's House How To Get It: - After Link has collected all three of the metals, Crimsonine, Azurine, and Aquanine. He can take them to Zauz and he will begin to forge the Sword Blade. Leave the island for awhile and return and Zauz will have completely forged this sparkling blade. Description & Uses: - Link is not able to use the sword blade since it has no handle at all. The sword blade however, is the basis for what later becomes the Phantom Sword. Phantom Sword Mercay Island - Oshus's House How To Get It: - Aftet Link aquires the sword blade, he can take it to Oshus and he will use the sand from the Phantom Hourglass to give the sword blade the power to control time. He completes the sword with a handle and gives the legendary sword to Link. Description & Uses: - The phantom sword has the power to control time during the last two boss battles. It is the only weapon that has the power to defeat Phantoms and the Evil Bellum. It basically acts just as Oshus's sword, but it does greater damage to its enemies. Wooden Shield Various Shops How To Get It: - Can be purchased at the shops on Mercay, Molida, and Goron Island for 80 rupees. Description & Uses: - This is your basic shield in the game. Unlike most other Zelda titles, it is also the only shield found in the game. It will deflect most frontal attacks. Boomerang Temple of Fire How To Get It: - Found in a chest within the Temple of Fire. The chest is revealed after defeating several Green Slimes on the 2nd floor of the temple. Description & Uses: - The classic Zelda item gets a pretty drastic overhaul in this adventure. No longer does Link just target or throw the boomerang randomly, but now its accuracy is precise as can be. Simply trace the route that you would like the Boomerang to go. It is needed for tons of puzzles as well as defeating several enemies throughout the game. Bombs Temple of Wind How To Get It: - The dungeon item within the Temple of Wind. After solving the windmill puzzle, Link will be awarded a small key. Opening the only locked door in the dungeon with a small key will lead to the treasure chest. Description & Uses: - Link's classic explosive item. Bombs can be used to defeat certain enemies, trigger switches, or blow up certain rocks or walls. When Link gets the bombs, his bomb bag can only hold up to 10 bombs. Bombchu Goron Temple How To Get It: - Foundin a treasure chest just after Link reunites with Dongoron. Dongoron will step on a switch that Link cannot reach and it will make the chest appear. Once Link gets the bombchu's, he is able to carry a maximum of 10 at once. Description & Uses: - The bombchu works similar to the boomerang in a way. Once Link equips a bombchu he can trace a path where he wants it to travel. Once he is done, he releases the bombchu and it will travel in that exact path. This is most effective in areas where Link cannot travel such as over quicksand and through small holes. It is needed to defeat the boss in Goron Temple, Dongorongo. Bow & Arrow Temple of Courage - B1 How To Get It: - When you are walking across the invisible platform in the Temple of Courage, the chest containing the bow is located at the very end. Description & Uses: - The bow and arrow is used to defeat certain enemies and to hit certain switches within the temples. To aim, just equip the bow and use the stylus on the touch screen to aim. Release the stylus and Link will shoot out an arrow. The bow and arrow is needed to defeat Crayk from the Temple of Courage. Grappling Hook Temple of Ice - 2F How To Get It: - Defeat the two yook's on the second floor of the Temple of Ice and a treasure chest appears. Open it up to get the grappling hook. Description & Uses: - The Grappling Hook is used to reach a lot of previously unreachable places. All throughout the land, Link has seen small polls sticking in the ground and each of them has some sort of secret involving the Grappling Hook. The hook creates a bridge with its rope that allows Link to cross over gaps and reach new treasure chests and other secrets. The item can be used to hook heavy items togethor, creating a tight rope or being used as a huge slingshot. The grappling hook is needed to defeat Gleeok, the boss of the Temple of Ice. Hammer Mutoh's Temple - 3F How To Get It: - Defeat the two stalfos's and the rupee like on the third floor of Mutoh's Temple and a treasure chest will appear at the top of the steps. Open it up to get the hammer. Description & Uses: - A massive hammer that is used to hit large switches. The hammer is also used to defeat several previously undefeatble enemies. It is a necessary weapon to defeat Eox, the boss of Mutoh's Temple. Shovel Molida Island - Wayfarer's Hideout #1 How To Get It: - Found within the Molida Island Cavern. Wayfarer's first hideout is just behind a bombable wall. There is a journal on the table and the shovel can be found in the treasure chest. Description & Uses: - The shovel can be used to dig up holes in the ground. It can also be used to fill up holes with dirt. It is used to find various treasures as well as solve puzzles. Red Potion Various Shops How To Get It: - Can be purchased at the shop in Mercay Island for 50 rupees.. Description & Uses: - Link's trusty medicine makes its return. When Link drinks the red potion it will replenish six hearts for Link. The potion is quite obsolete though as the purple potion is far superior. Purple Potion Various Shops How To Get It: - Can be purchased at the shop in Mercay Island for 150 rupees once Link has purchased the Wooden Shield. Description & Uses: - Far superior than its red counterpart. The purple potion replenishes eight hearts rather than six. The main reason that it is better is that Link doesn't even need to use it. If Link is beaten in battle, the purple potion is used automatically, much like a fairy in previous Zelda games. For the extra 100 rupees, it's well worth it. Yellow Potion Various Shops How To Get It: - Can be purchased in some of the later supply shops. Link can also find yellow potion sparingly in treasure chests througout his quest. Description & Uses: - The yellow potion is equal in strength to the purple potion. Unlike the purple potion, yellow potion does not work automatically once Link has been defeated. However, if Link is to use the yellow potion, it replenishes all of Link's hearts. Very valuable during the later stages of the game when Link has a lot of hearts to fill up. It usually costs 150 rupees when sold in shops, the same amount as purple potion. Phantom Hourglass Temple of the Ocean King - Entrance How To Get It: - After defeating the Temple of Fire, head on over to Mercay Island and visit the Temple of the Ocean King. With Linebeck and Ciela beside him, Oshus appears and eventually gives Link the go ahead to examine the alter. What he finds his the Phantom Hourglass. Description & Uses: - This hourglass is Link's key to survival while in the Temple of the Ocean King. While in the temple, Link is timed and once time expires he will begin to take damage. - The Phantom Hourglass is filled with the Sand of Hours. It starts with 10minutes of sand, but as Link continues his quest he will gain sand from various places. For a complete listing of all the sand of hours, check out the Sand of Hours Guide. - The only way to restore the power of the hourglass after all the sand has been drained, is by the power of the sun. Simply head outside of the Temple of the Ocean King and the Hourglass will reset to full capacity. Sand of Hours Various Locations Description & Uses: - The sand that is found within the Phantom Hourglass. Link starts off with 10minutes of sand but can find sand in various places throughout his quest. For a complete listing of all the locations, check out the Sand of Hours Guide. - If Link has used all the sand in his hourglass, he will begin to take damage. To refill the Hourglass, Link must head outside in line with the sun. Cannon Cannon Island - Eddo's Garage How To Get It: - Navigate your way through the Bomb Garden on Cannon Island to reach Eddo through the back entrance. He will sell you the Cannon for 50 rupees. Description & Uses: - The cannon allows Link to attack enemies while at sea. Just tapping an enemy, boulder, or basically anything in the sea will shoot out a cannonball. Luckily the cannon has unlimited ammo, so keep shooting away. Salvage Arm Cannon Island How To Get It: - After the Temple of the Ocean King part 3, the salvage arm will now be for sale as Cannon Island. Head on over and speak with Eddo and he wants Link to shout as loud as he can to see how much he really wants the salvage arm. The louder the shout, the lower the price will be. The lowest price Link can get is 200 rupees, so keep on shouting. Description & Uses: - The salvage arm allows link to bring up sunken treasure deep from within the ocean. Using the bar at the bottom, you can adjust the speed of the salvage arm as well as the direction. Avoid the rocks and octomines and make it to the sunken treasure at the bottom. Carry the treasure back up to the surface to get your treasure. The salvage arm allows Link to get the sun key. It also allows Link to dig up all the sunken treasure that he finds from treasure maps. Fishing Rod Bannan Island - Old Wayfarer's Hut How To Get It: - After defeating all the enemies on the west part of the island, talk to Wayfarer and he will mention something about a mermaid he is looking for. Head back outside and walk around the coastline. Trace a boomerang to see the sea and you will find a mermaid. Nail her with a boomerang to chat with her. She is actually just a girl and not a mermaid. Head back and talk to Wayfarer and then go back and talk to Linebeck at the ship. Finally head back to Wayfarer and the mermaid girl will be in his hut. As a reward for helping him, he will give Link the Fishing Rod. Description & Uses: - A basic fishing rod that can be used to catch fish. Once Link receives the fishing rod, a fish will appear on the sea chart while Link is at sail. Link just need to ail over the fish and tap menu and then fish to try and catch it. How to fish - Once a fish is caught on the hook, pull the stylus from the top of the screen to the bottom to pull on the fishing rod. Be sure to hold the stylus to the screen. Then the fishing begins and a bar will appear on the left side. If the bar is beginning to drop towards danger portion, you need to pull on the rod by pressing down with the stylus. If the fish is on the left side of the top screen, you need to bring the stylus to the right side of the bottom screen to pull back. Once the bar is near the top, you can start reeling the fish in by drawing little circles. The distance of the fish will be shown. Watch the bar on the left. Be careful as the fish will jump from time to time. Keep switching from pulling the rod to reeling the fish in until you have made the capture. Big Catch Lure Bannan Island - Old Wayfarer's Hut How To Get It: - After catching a skippyjack, a toona, and a loovar head back to old Wayfarer and he will reward you with the Big Catch Lure. Description & Uses: - This will upgrade your fishing rod allowing you to catch much larger fish. It will make loovar's far more common and will let Link catch the rusty swordfish and eventually the legendary Neptoona. Cyclone Slate Uncharted Island Cavern How To Get It: - At the secret uncharted island in the east part of the northwest quadrant. After striking the middle stone statue, tap the rest of the statues in the following order, northeast, northwest, southwest, and west. This will create a bridge to a cavern. Enter the cavern and you'll come to a large Golden frog who will give you the Cyclone Slate to assist Link on his quest. Description & Uses: - When Link finds a golden frog, shoot it down. The frog will show you a symbol. Now at any point at sail, Link can pull out the Cyclone Slate, jot down a symbol given by a frog and he will be transported to the location of the frog. There are six golden frogs in total. Bomb Bag #1 Bannan Island - Cannon Game How To Get It: - Score over 2500 points at the Cannon Game Challenge on Bannan Island. Description & Uses: - This bomb bag will allow Link to hold up to 20 bombs. Bomb Bag #2 Beedle's Shop - Southwest & Southeast Quadrant How To Get It: - After Link has conquered the Temple of Courage, Beedle in the southwest quadrant will now have this item for sale. Give you must have purchased the previous items for sale for this to pop up. If not, Beedle in the southeast quadrant will also have this for sale. It is 1,000 rupees to purchase. Description & Uses: - This bomb bag will allow Link to hold up to 30 bombs. Quiver #1 Molida Island - Romanos' Shooting Range How To Get It: - After Link has beat the Temple of Courage he will get a letter in the mail from Romanos. Head on over to his house and he now has opened up a shooting range. Use your bow and arrow to score between 1700 and 1990 points and you will be rewarded with the first quiver upgrade. Description & Uses: - You can now carry 10 more arrows for your bow, which lets you carry a total of 30. Quiver #2 Molida or Mercay Island Shops How To Get It: - After the Temple of Courage you can puchase the second quiver at the Molida or Mercay Island shops for 1,000 rupees. Description & Uses: - You can now carry 20 more arrows for your bow, which lets you carry a total of 50. Bombchu Bag #1 Goron Island Shop How To Get It: - After Link gets the Bombchu's from the Goron Temple, he can now purchase the bombchu bag upgrade. It is available at the Goron Island shop for 1,000 rupees. Description & Uses: - The bombchu bag will increase Link's bombchu capacity by 10, allowing Link to hold 20 bombchus. Bombchu Bag #2 Dee Ess Island - Goron Game How To Get It: - After Link has completed the Temple of Ice. Head on over to Dee Ess Island to play the now open Goron Game. You play as Gongoron and must complete the game in 35 seconds ot less to earn your prize. Description & Uses: - The largest Bombchu Bag increases your bombchu capacity by 10, allowing Link to hold 30 bombchus. Sun Key Southwest Quadrant - Sunken Treasure How To Get It: - After Link has gone through the Temple of the Ocean King for the third time, there will be a green courage symbol on the southwest quadrant sea chart. After getting the Salvage Arm from Cannon Island, head on over to the green symbol and select the salvage arm. Use the bar at the bottom of the screen to maneuver the salvage arm around the rocks and octomines that are also in the water. Lift the sunken treasure at the bottom and bring it up to the surface. Open it up to get the sun key. Description & Uses: - The sun key allows Link to access the northern portion of the Molida Island. Head down the Old Wayfarers second hideout, which is the hole near the center of the southern part of the island. Head upwards passed the yellow chuchu's and the sun door lies right above. Use the key to open it. Jolene's Letter Postman Letter How To Get It: - After fighting off Jolene the first time, the postman will deliver you a message in the mail. However, the mail he delivers is intended for Jolene's sister, Joanne, who is the mermaid girl at the Old Wayfarer's hut on Bannan Island. Description & Uses: - The postman asks that Link deliver Jolene's Letter to Joanne. You can deliver it to Joanne and she will thank you, then rewarding you with a wisdom gem. Ghost Key Ghost Ship How To Get It: - After defeating the Diabolical Cubus Sisters, they will leave you with the Ghost Key. Description & Uses: - The Ghost Key is used to open the ghost door in B2 of the Ghost Ship. This leads to the surface of the ship where Link finds Tetra stone solid. Regal Necklace Isle of the Dead How To Get It: - Conquer the Phantom Corridor and you will eventually find the spirit of Brant. After hearing of the Ocean King's troubles, he tells Link to meat him outside. Head outside and there is a large treasure chest. Open it up to claim the Regal Necklace. Description & Uses: - The Regal Necklace will put the cyclones to rest, allowing Link to access the Isle of Ruins. King's Key Doylan's Burial Chamber How To Get It: - On the Isle of Ruins enter into Doylan's tomb and make it all the way to Doylan's Burial Chamber. Speak with the spirit here and it will reward you with King's Key. Description & Uses: - Doylan tells you to enter Bremeur's tomb. Do so and use King's Key on the large lock and it will break the great seal. The water subsides allowing Link to explore all the lower terraing. Link can now visit the first knight, Max. Hero's New Clothes Traveler's Ship - Northeast Quadrant How To Get It: - Board the traveler's ship in the northeast quadrant and save the man of smiles to get the clothing. Description & Uses: - The hero's clothes are the first item in the trading quest that leads to Link acquiring the swordsman's scroll. The scroll allows Link to perform the great spin attack. The hero's clothes are later traded to a traveler for the telescope. Telescope Traveler's Ship - Northwest Quadrant How To Get It: - Take the hero's clothes to the travel ship in the northwest quadrant. Show them to the self proclaimed hero and he will trade you his telescope for the clothes. Description & Uses: - The telescope is the second item in the trading quest that leads to Link acquiring the swordsman's scroll. The scroll allows Link to perform the great spin attack. The telescope is later traded to a traveler for the guard notebook. Guard Notebook Traveler's Ship - Southeast Quadrant How To Get It: - Take the telescope to the traveler's ship in the southeast quadrant. One of the ho ho's aboard is missing a telescope. Find the correct one and he will be delighted that his name is on the telescope. He thanks you and gives you the guard notebook. Description & Uses: - The guard notebook is the third item in the trading quest that leads to Link acquiring the swordsman's scroll. The scroll allows Link to perform the great spin attack. The guard notebook is later traded to a traveler for the wood heart. Wood Heart Traveler's Ship - Southwest Quadrant How To Get It: - Take the guard notebook to the traveler's ship in the southwest quadrant. The man lost his notebook and is so happy Link has found it that he rewards him with a wood heart. Description & Uses: - The wood heart is the fourth item in the trading quest that leads to Link acquiring the swordsman's scroll. The scroll allows Link to perform the great spin attack. The wood heart is later given to the old wayfarer for the swordsman's scroll. Swordsman's Scroll How To Get It: - At Bannan Island, you will notice the Old Wayfarer is no longer there. Sail to the southeast quadrant and you will find two traveler's ships. The one at the top-left corner is the old wayfarer. Give him the wood heart as a gift the mermade joanne and he tells you to come by his hut later. Do so and he will reward Link with the swordsman's scroll. Description & Uses: - The swordsman's scroll is the final item in the trading quest. The scroll allows Link to perform the great spin attack. To do so, just quickly do three spin attacks and Link will do the great spin attack. While he is spinning, you will be able to move Link around, defeating any nearby enemies. Be careful though, as the great spin will leave Link dizzy. Crimsonine Goron Temple How To Get It: - Rewarded to Link after defeating Dongorongo, the boss of the Goron Temple. Description & Uses: - Crimsonine is one of the three metals that Link collects so that Zauz can forge the Sword Blade, which later becomes the Phantom Sword. Azurine Temple of Ice How To Get It: - Rewarded to Link after defeating Gleeok, the boss of the Temple of Ice. Description & Uses: - Azurine is one of the three metals that Link collects so that Zauz can forge the Sword Blade, which later becomes the Phantom Sword. Aquanine Mutoh's Pyramid How To Get It: - Rewarded to Link after defeating Eox, the boss of Mutoh's Pyramid. Description & Uses: - Aquanine is one of the three metals that Link collects so that Zauz can forge the Sword Blade, which later becomes the Phantom Sword. Power Gem Various Locations How To Get It: - For a complete listing of how to get all twenty power gems, check out the Power Gems page. Description & Uses: - There are twenty power gems found in the game. After collecting ten of them, the spirit of Power's strength will increase. Collecting all twenty will max out the spirit of power. Once you reach the 10 and 20 marks, head over to Spirit Island and visit the spring to upgrade your spirit fairies. Wisdom Gem Various Locations How To Get It: - For a complete listing of how to get all twenty wisdom gems, check out the Wisdom Gems page. Description & Uses: - There are twenty wisdom gems found in the game. After collecting ten of them, the Spirit of Wisdom's strength will increase. Collecting all twenty will max out the spirit of wisdom. Once you reach the 10 and 20 marks, head over to Spirit Island and visit the spring to upgrade your spirit fairies. Courage Gem Various Locations How To Get It: - For a complete listing of how to get all twenty courage gems, check out the Courage Gems page. Description & Uses: - There are twenty courage gems found in the game. After collecting ten of them, the Spirit of Courage's strength will increase. Collecting all twenty will max out the spirit of courage. Once you reach the 10 and 20 marks, head over to Spirit Island and visit the spring to upgrade your spirit fairies. Sea Chart #1 Temple of the Ocean King - 1F How To Get It: - Found in the 1st floor of the Temple of the Ocean King just after saving Linebeck. Description & Uses: - This first Sea Chart shows the map of the Southwest quadrant of the Great Sea. After examining it closely, there is a secret to be found when scribbling over the Isle of Ember. Sea Chart #2 Temple of the Ocean King - Checkpoint Chamber How To Get It: - After going through a few floors of dodging Phantoms and putting the puzzle together of the three Power Gems, Link has access to this checkpoint chamber which holds the Sea Chart. Description & Uses: - The second sea chart reveals the northwest quadrant of the Great Sea. The map is too dusty to see, but after blowing into the mic, the dust is pushed away and it reveals another secret. Sea Chart #3 Temple of the Ocean King - Elevator Chamber How To Get It: - Travel through the nine basements of the Temple of the Ocean King to reach the elevator chamber. The sea chart is found in the large treasure chest. Description & Uses: - The second sea chart reveals the southeast quadrant of the Great Sea. Sea Chart #4 Temple of the Ocean King - B13 How To Get It: - In floor B13 of the Temple of the Ocean King there is a large treasure chest in the center of the room which contains the sea chart. Description & Uses: - The fourth sea chart reveals the northeast quadrant of the Great Sea. Treasure Map Various Locations First Chance To Get: - These treasure maps will show the locations of sunken treasure within the Great Sea. In order to get the treasures below, Link will need the salvage arm from Eddo on Cannon Island. Small Key Various Locations How To Get It: - Small keys can be found in every single temple of the game. They usually are found in chests, held be certain enemies, or in random puzzle areas that must be solved to obtain the key. They only use of the small keys is to open regular locked doors. Boss Key Various Locations How To Get It: - There is one Boss Key found in each of the Temples of the game. The Boss key has one purpose, which is to open the large locked door before a boss. Unlike previous Zelda titles, the Boss Key isn't just stored in Link's inventory when he finds it, but actually, Link must carry the Key over his head. While carrying the key, Link cannot attack and he moves much slower. Heart Container Various Locations How To Get It: - Unlike many of the previous Zelda titles, there are no pieces of hearts in Phantom Hourglass, but only full heart containers. Link starts with the usual 3 heart containers. He finds 7 more after defeating each of the dungeons. However, there are 6 other containers scattered around. This brings the maximum total of 16 heart containers that Link can get. For a full listing of all the Heart Containers, check out the Heart Containers Guide. *Credit goes to Zelda Dungeon.
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