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The Legend Of Zelda: Oracle Of Seasons

Super passwords:
Enter the following password into a new file under the "Secrets" selection. Your name will be Link, and it will be just like a brand new file of a Seasons "Linked" file, except this password will not have the Bipin and Blossom kid as a teen because he does not have a name. Your sword is already with you at the start screen.
Information in this section was contributed by Chocobo World.

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Enter the following password into a new file under the "Secrets" selection. A Triforce will be next to Link at the main screen. You will start with the Victory Ring (Triforce Ring) showing you beat Ganon.
Information in this section was contributed by Chocobo World.

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Hero password:
Enter NNNNB NBNNN NBNNN NNNBN as a password to start a heroes game.
Information in this section was contributed by angela and Brandon [Grey].

Hint: Passwords:
The passwords that are revealed when the game is completed are not valid for other players. Each game has its own specific password for the ending from people. It all depends on your name, what you do with Bipin and Blossom, and other things such as Gasha seeds, rings and your lives lost. The password is used for a link game to The Legend Of Zelda: Oracle Of Ages. Passwords you get in Legend Of Zelda: Oracle Of Ages are already in Legend Of Zelda: Oracle Of Seasons, but only in the games memory of when you completed the game. If you take a password from a completely different link game and enter it, it will not be valid. Otherwise, take passwords from Legend Of Zelda: Oracle Of Ages and put them in Legend Of Zelda: Oracle Of Seasons to get the Master Sword or Biggoron's Sword.
Information in this section was contributed by Chocobo World.

In the hidden rooms on both Legend of Zelda Oracle Of Ages and Oracle Of Seasons in a linked game (which is a game started with the code received from completing the other game), will be a person that you may give the code received from a person in the other game. For example, in the room by the clock shop in a linked game there will be an old man. If you give him the code you received from a person standing by the ember tree in the past in the city of the Maku tree, he will give you a challenge. If you complete it you can get the Master Sword. Other things you may receive by using codes on linked games are the Bobchu, the ability to hold 99 of each seed, the Mirror Shield and many other things. You may also use the code you get on a linked game after completing that game to start another linked game on the other Zelda game. A linked game has a different appearance when you choose a file. In Oracle Of Ages, Link is playing the Harp Of Ages and in Oracle Of Seasons he is wielding the Rod Of Seasons. On a file started with a code from a linked game the Triforce symbol will appear in the upper right part of the file selection screen. Note: Codes only work with the corresponding file on each game. If you start a linked file, only the codes from the file you got the code from on the other game will work on that file. Experiment with codes and find new places, meet people on your adventure that were on the other game, defeat Ganon and Twinrova, and take the challenge of the Hero's Cave (available on a linked Oracle Of Ages file).

Hint: See in the dark:
If you have not Ember Seeds and you need to see in the darkness, press Start or Select. For a very short while you will see all the paths that are not visible because of the darkness. Note: This does not work for hidden paths.
Information in this section was contributed by cm555.

Hint: Quick save:
Press Start + Select during game play to go directly to the save screen.

Hint: Hidden shop:
Play the game in a Game Boy Advance. Go to Horon Village and find the locked door next to the Target Aim mini-game. It can now be opened, allowing access to a shop that sells all items for 100 rupees. In the shop, you can buy a Ring that is appraised to be the GBA Nature Ring. It is described as "Life Advanced!" in its information.
Information in this section was contributed by Chocobo World and Josh Johnston.

Hint: Hidden room:
After getting the Rod Of Seasons, go into the waterfall in front of you and press Up.
Information in this section was contributed by zack rymarz.

Hint: Jewels:
There are four jewels to find. In a regular, unlinked, (not secrets game), the four jewels are in the following locations:
Information in this section was contributed by Lu Chen.

Go in front of Dancing Dragons Den (level 4). In the upper right-hand corner, dive into the water and enter a secret cave. The jewel is at the end of the cave.
You need a slingshot and Mystery and Ember Seeds. Go below Hero's Cave. Use the Slingshot to light the torch. Go on the bridge and shoot a Mystery Seed at the question mark. Kill the Ferret-looking thing and get the jewel.
Get the first five Essences. There is a place in Holodrom Plain that will give you a jewel if you have the five Essences. The place is several screens south of where you find Ricky.
Go to the stump in front of Poison Moth's Lair. Change the season to Winter. Go to the screen below and to the right of where the Heart Piece is located. The jewel should be inside the cave.

Hint: Maku Tree:
The Maku Tree slowly develops as you proceed through the game. It will change after each essence. The first makes it slightly bigger. The second makes it take half the screen and have a doorway. The third opens a stairway in the back of inside that leads to a doorway outside of the tree (second floor) -- it contains a Gasha Seed. The fourth makes the second floor have a room, but nothing really in it except for water in the corners and center and two bushes. The fifth puts some vines on the second floor walkway outside leading to the third floor. It is just a one space spot now. The sixth opens a walkway on the third floor, but no door. The seventh seems to have no effect. The eighth opens a doorway on the third floor. Inside, it is just like the second floor, only there are three bushes instead of two.
Information in this section was contributed by Chocobo World.

Hint: Extra hearts:
If you are in a dungeon and low on hearts, find some hearts in bushes, then go to another room and return. Get the heart at the same spot that you originally found it. Repeat until all your hearts are full. In some cases this also works for other items. Note: This only works in certain parts of the game where anyone would place them (if they could), such as the three bushes outside level 4.
Information in this section was contributed by cm555.

Hint: Extra Rings:
When the red snake in Vasu's shop lets you say a secret, enter the first fourteen letters/symbols of the secret that the red snake gives you. Then, go through every letter/symbol in the fifteenth spot in the secret. Many times the secret will be wrong or it will give you no rings. However, if you want to spend the time, it does work. When you finish just changing the last digit of the secret, change the last second, third, fourth, or fifth and see if you get more rings.
Information in this section was contributed by Brassmonkey1687.

Note: This trick requires Legend Of Zelda: Oracle Of Seasons and Legend Of Zelda: Oracle Of Ages. Go to Vasu's Jewelry Store and ask the red snake (to the right of Vasu) the secret. Make a note of the secret. Play the other game and choose "Say Secret" to the red snake (to the right of Vasu) and select "OK". He will say that he transferred the rings. Talk to him again and choose "Say Secret" again. The password you just entered will still be there. Change the last two or three characters or the secret and it might be another secret, giving you more rings that you never had. If the game replies that it is wrong, change them again and repeat.
Information in this section was contributed by Dan Luu.

Once you finish growing a Gasha tree, enter the nearest cave, exit it, and save. Get the Gasha Nut and if it is not a ring, reset and try again. If it is a ring, warp to the town with a Gale Seed and have the ring appraised. If you already have the ring, reset, and try again. You also can get different varieties of rings from the Gasha trees if you acquire the ring from the tree during various seasons.
Information in this section was contributed by DragonWarrior6.

Hint: Noble Sword:
Go to the Lost Woods, change the season to Winter, then go left. Change the season to Fall, then go left. Change the season to Spring, then go left. Change the season to Summer, then go left. You should find the Noble Sword. When you have full hearts, you can shoot energy beams from the sword.
Information in this section was contributed by Robert5584.

Hint: 100th Ring:
This Ring shows that Vasu has appraised 100 rings.
Information in this section was contributed by Poser7865.

Hint: First Gen Ring:
The best Ring to get and try to use is the First Gen Ring, which can be described as the Z Ring (which stands for Zelda). . It is described as "Turn into something" in its information. You can turn into the original Link from The Legend of Zelda on the NES. You cannot use items, but you can enter places.
Information in this section was contributed by Chocobo World.

Hint: Peace Ring:
Get a Member's Card. Go to the Horon shop and continue to the rear. Buy all items from upstairs. You will go broke after buying all of them. If you have almost no more money, go to the snake's remains and destroy the wall where the arrow blocks are pointing. You should get about 200 to 300 rupees. When you have bought all items upstairs in the Horon shop, they will have a new item (two chests). Talk to the manager from upstairs, then pay him 10 rupees (per try).You have to get five tries with 100 rupees in the chest . However, you will not win 100 rupees. After you have won five of the correct chests, you will get a Peace Ring It allows you to take no damage from bombs that are in hands.
Information in this section was contributed by David Tran.

Hint: Red Ring:
Go east from the Gnarled Root dungeon and change the season to Summer Go south from Gnarled Root dungeon to find a stairway. Go down and a man will give you a Red Ring if you do what he says. A Red Ring doubles your sword damage without making enemies stronger. He wants you to slay 4 golden creatures. They are found at the following locations. The Soldier is east of Heroes Cave in Spring. The Octorok is south of the warp in Spool Swamp in Summer. The Moblin is near the entrance to Snakes Remains in Fall. The Wolf is in the Ancient Ruins in Winter (where there usually are two Red Soldiers and three Hard Mushrooms).
Information in this section was contributed by ROMOCOOLD.

Hint: Sign Ring:
Break over 100 signposts with the Lv. 2 Sword or the Power Bracelet. Then, go to the signpost lover in Subrosia and he will get mad at you. He will get his revenge buy making it look like your game has restarted, but then it will return to the same location and he will give you the "Sign Ring" to remind you not to break signposts.
Information in this section was contributed by Jeff Hackney and Poser7865.

Hint: Slayer's Ring:
Defeat 1000 enemies then talk to Vasu.
Information in this section was contributed by Poser7865.

Hint: Victory Ring:
Successfully complete both games and defeat the Ganon. Once you start the next game, you will have the Victory Ring.
Information in this section was contributed by Brian Penglase.

Hint: Wealth Ring:
Collect 10,0000 rupees then talk to Vasu.
Information in this section was contributed by Poser7865.

Hint: Ring transfer:
Note: This trick requires Legend Of Zelda: Oracle Of Ages. Go to Vasu's Jewelry Store and ask the red snake (to the right of Vasu) the secret. Make a note of the secret. Play Legend Of Zelda: Oracle Of Ages and choose "Say Secret" to the red snake (to the right of Vasu) and select "OK". He will say that he transferred the rings. Talk to him again and choose "Say Secret" again. The password you just entered will still be there. Change the last two or three characters or the secret and it might be another secret, giving you more rings. If the game replies that it is wrong, change them again and repeat.
Information in this section was contributed by Dan Luu.

Hint: Blue barrels:
The blue barrels you will find on levels 2 and 7 can be moved by using the Power Bracelet and pushing forward.
Information in this section was contributed by Snic91990.

Hint: Shovel:
To get the shovel, find the house with a sign next to it reading "Santa welcome". Use the rod to make it Winter. From the house, go one screen left, go up, then one screen right. Walk over the snow and fall into the house. Then, talk to the girl.
Information in this section was contributed by nicky assendelft.

Hint: Fairies:
The L-2 Boomerang is required for this trick. Use the boomerang to hit one of the electric sparks. If you hit the correct type, you should get a small fairy. Catch it to get six hearts. Note: You can also destroy the black and white flashing ones, but you will not get a fairy.
Information in this section was contributed by CAWeier.

Hint: Alternate fairy dialog:
Go into a large fairy's cave with just a little damage. Do not talk to her. Instead, cut the bushes inside to get healed. After tha,t you should be in the cave with full health and the fairy still there. Talk to the fairy and she will say other things because you cannot be healed.
Information in this section was contributed by gofflot.

Hint: Getting rupees:
If you are very low on rupees, take out your shovel and start to dig. You will get not only blue and red rupees from the ground, but you may also get a special huge blue rupee that appears at random. However, this rupee only appears in the towns.
Information in this section was contributed by Vivi_Insanity.

After you get your Feather back from the Weird Brothers in Subrosia, leave their house then go back in again. They will have 50 ore chunks to hide. Do the task that follows, then dig up the money. You can do this as many times as needed.
Information in this section was contributed by Vivi_Insanity.

At some locations you can burn bushes that can only be destroyed with Ember Seeds to discover a doorway underneath with a man inside. If you talk to him he will say that you broke his front door and make you pay for it or he will ask that you not tell anyone and give you lots of rupees. Some of the locations of the places where bushes that give between 80 to 200 rupees are:
Information in this section was contributed by S Tonkin.

From the screen of the first dungeon, go left and burn all the bushes. One will have a doorway.
Warp to the Scent Seed tree in north Horon and go down, left, up, and down. The closest stairs to the next screen in Summer are vines leading up the ledge Burn the two bushes. One will have a stairway.
Go to Goron Mountain. Burn the three bushes outside the cave where the Gorons live. One will have a doorway.

After you get the Shovel by talking to the girl in the house by the sign that says "Santa Welcome", dig up spots in the ground to earn Rupees, Hearts, and sometimes even monsters.
Information in this section was contributed by Bluebubbles1991.

Hint: Double items:
This trick only works in Poison Moth's Lair. After you get the Power Bracelet, go back to the beginning where you kill the spike balls. First, move/slide the pots, then pick them up. You will get double of something.
Information in this section was contributed by Jessica Singh.

Hint: Hard to find items:
If you need to get a certain item that you cannot find (such as a Ribbon), try the Subrosian Market.
Information in this section was contributed by kaadoll.

Hint: Dungeon items:
Information in this section was contributed by ZeldaFan.

L1 Gnarled Root Dungeon: Seed Bag
L2 Snake's Remains: Power Bracelet
L3 Poison Moth Lair-Roc's Feather (L-1 item)
L4 Dancing Dragon Dungeon: Slingshot (not mentioned, but it is L-1)
L5 Unicorn's Cave: Magnetic Glove
L6 Ancient Ruins: Magic Boomerang (L-2 item)
L7 Explorer's Crypt: Roc's Cape (L-2 feather)
L8 Sword and Shield Maze: Hyper Slingshot (L-2 Slingshot. Shoots 3 seeds but you lose 1 seed)

Hint: Map locations:
Imagine the map as a grid with 1 to 16 from top to bottom and A to P from left to right.
Information in this section was contributed by Godzilla4112.

A1: Level 6
C3: Soft Earth
A2: Treasure
B4: Fairy Fountain
C8: Pegasus Seed Tree
F10: Soft Earth
H7: Scent Seed Tree
J5: Treasure
H10: Rupees
I12: Treasure
J11: Treasure (season must be summer)
H11: Treasure (season must be summer)
G10: Level 1
G11: Gold Monster Master
N9: Level 2
L9: Fairy Fountain
N8: Treasure
O8: Shape Jewel
P8: Shovel (season must be winter)
P11: Piece of Heart
K10: Portal
P12: Fairy Fountain
P15: Soft Earth
P16: Treasure (must first go into the sand pit in N16)
I16: Ember Seed Tree
I15: Ring Shop
J13: Maku Tree
G15: Shop
F13: Shop
I13: Soft Earth/Gasha Seeds
I14: Piece of Heart
F16: Treasure (season must be fall)
G11: Soft Earth
E14: Hero's Cave
A14: Level 7
E16: Shape Jewel
D14: Fairy Fountain
J12: Portal
A7: Level 3
P5: Treasure
P4: Soft Earth
N3: Piece of Heart
K2: Dragon Key
I3: Rupees
I3: Treasure (in cave)
I4: Soft Earth
D1: Final Level
A2: Gale Seed Tree
C13: Treasure

Hint: Sword and Shield Maze:
To go to Sword and Shield Maze, go to the portal to the north. Enter it and throw a bomb at the lava pit in the building. The top world will explode. Go back in the portal and find the room to go to the top. Then, go to the portal that appears. You will be under level 8.
Information in this section was contributed by cachorroking1.

Hint: Defeating Aquamentus:
Hit his horn.
Information in this section was contributed by Chocobo World.

Hint: Defeating cactus type enemies:
Use the Seed Thrower and throw a Scent Seed to kill them.
Information in this section was contributed by Yo wassup.

Hint: Defeating mummy type enemies:
Hit them with an Ember Seed and they will turn into a jumping spider-like monster that throws bones that only takes two hits to kill.
Information in this section was contributed by KoumoriDragon64.

Hint: Defeating Digdogger:
Use your Magnetic Glove to pull the giant spiked ball to hit him. Swipe the little pieces he breaks into with your sword.
Information in this section was contributed by Chocobo World.

Hint: Defeating Dodongo:
Throw bombs in his mouth, then throw him into the spikes.
Information in this section was contributed by Chocobo World.

Hint: Defeating Frypolor:
Get Mystery Seeds and Ember Seeds. If it is blue, shoot Ember Seeds to hurt it. If you run out of Ember Seeds, use Mystery Seeds. If it is red, shoot Mystery Seeds to turn it blue. Also use Mystery Seeds at its ice blades then pick it up and throw it at Frypolor.
Information in this section was contributed by warbat.

Hint: Defeating Gleeok:
Use your spin attack to hit both heads at the same time, then destroy his skeleton with your sword.
Information in this section was contributed by Chocobo World.

Hint: Defeating Gohma:
Hit her claw until it breaks, then shoot her eye with anything from your slingshot.
Information in this section was contributed by Chocobo World.

Hint: Defeating Koume and Koutake:
Get in a corner and repeatedly swing your sword. The best corner is to the bottom right; face towards the left.
Information in this section was contributed by the muffin man.

Hint: Defeating Manhandla:
Use your Magic Boomerang to destroy the four heads. Then, use it to slice the shocker gel in half to hit the core with your sword. Note: It may not look like it is getting hurt, but it does.
Information in this section was contributed by Chocobo World.

Hint: Defeating Medusa Head:
Hit him whenever he is not doing anything. Note: If you hit him while he is in the center, you will freeze.

Before hitting the Medusa Head with your sword, hit it with Pegasus Seeds with the Sling Shot. This will make it freeze. Then hit him with the sword.
Information in this section was contributed by daterra.

Hint: Defeating Mothula:
When he lands, hit him repeatedly. His mini-moths will always drop hearts when you hit them.
Information in this section was contributed by Chocobo World.

Hint: Defeating Onox:
This battle is easy if you have a Lv.2 or 3 Sword and the Red Ring. When the battle begins use the powered up sword on him. Onox will get Din and use her as a shield. Use the Rod Of Seasons to get it out of the way, then start hitting him again. Once he is hurt badly, he will vanish. Go close to Din-- the floor will start to break up and you should fall. When you get to the basement you will see Onox in his dragon form. When he slaps the ground, jump into his hand and slash at the jewel on top of his head. Repeat that until he has been defeated.
Information in this section was contributed by Poser7865.

During the first fight, swing your Sword at him. During the second fight, hit Din's crystal away with the Rod Of Seasons, then swing your Sword at him. During the third fight, jump on his hands. Use the Roc's Cape to fly at his head and hit the Crystal.
Information in this section was contributed by Chocobo World.

When fighting Onox, use the Spin Ring, which does a double spin attack with one charge. You can also use this trick with the Master Sword, The Noble Sword, or the Wooden Sword. You cannot use the Biggoron's Sword when fighting Onox or Gannon. You can also hit Onox or Gannon using a slash from the Master Sword.
Information in this section was contributed by WhiteLightning.

If you use the Lv. 3 sword, Onyx's first form (without the shield) will fall after four hits. His second form (with the shield) will fall after three hits. The big dragon form will die after about four or five hits.
Information in this section was contributed by SassyStaci12.

Use the following trick to defeat Onox with the Noble Sword. During the first battle, use spin attacks when he makes the boulders fall. If you hit him when he is hitting the spike ball at you, Link will get hurt. After about five or six hits, he will say something. At the second fight he will use Din as a shield. Hit her away with the Rod Of Seasons then continue hitting him with your sword. He will throw tornadoes at you. Jump over them. When he gets hurt enough, he will vanish. Walk to Din and the floor should break, leading to the third fight. He will be a brownish dragon. When he hits the floor, jump onto his hand. Then, jump up and hit his jewel. Do this a couple of times to defeat him.
Information in this section was contributed by rempkram.

When Onox tries to crush you, jump on the back of his hand. Instead of slashing him normally, charge up your sword for a spin attack. If you keep doing this, it will only take eight hits instead of fifteen. Note: You must jump with a charged sword in order to attack.
Information in this section was contributed by Bsebllboy09.

Note: This trick requires a Lv. 2 Ring Box. To defeat Onox in his third form, first use the ring which raises your defense and lowers your attack. Then, when you are about to hit him, use the ring which lowers your defense and raises your attack. Keep switching rings when you are defending and attacking.
Information in this section was contributed by David Hendrickson.

Hint: Defeating Twinrova and Ganon:
During the first fight hit the fireballs at the ice one and vice versa. During the second fight, do spin attacks on the merged Twinrova until she is stunned, then shoot Scent Seeds. During the third fight you must have the Level Three Sword (Master Sword) to hurt Ganon. Keep doing spin attacks on him. If the floor turns swirling blue, it means your D-pad is reversed (Up is Down, Left is Right). Do not turn off the game -- wait for credits to complete and get the Hero's Password. It helps you complete your ring collection.
Information in this section was contributed by Chocobo World.

Win the battle starts, stand in the lower right corner of the screen. Then face left and start slashing your sword. Keep slashing until the witches are defeated. For Twinrova, equip your Red Ring (if you have one), Master Sword, and Hyper Slingshot or Seed Shooter with Scent Seeds. Slash her until both of her forms show (half red and half blue), then hit her with a Scent Seed. Repeat until she is defeated. For Ganon, slash him with your Master Sword whenever he appears. Always stand beside him to dodge attacks easily.
Information in this section was contributed by Homer J. Simpson.

Hint: Defeating Twinrova:
Use the following trick to defeat Twinrova's second form when she transforms the room to ice and lava. The Noble Sword, Roc's Cape, and Hyper Sling Shot are required. First, equip your Noble sword to the "B" slot. and the Roc's Cape to the "A" slot. Get to the top of the screen above the topmost lava pit and start swinging your sword at the Fire Keese. When she shoots a Fire Bag at you, jump and glide. However, do not glide from this position. When she changes, equip the Hyper Slingshot and wait. When she is forming the Ice Balls, move down and hit her. You will bounce back up and can hit her again. When she is half red and blue, hit her with Mystery or Scent Seeds.
Information in this section was contributed by Flamez1206.

Hint: Defeating Ganon:
Do your spin attack when he is about to do an attack or after he does an attack. If he turns blue, you will be transported to a blue room where your controls will be set to the opposite of normal. Hit him your spin attack until he admits defeat. You will have to dodge and hit, or hit and run. The best item/ring to have are the Master or Noble Sword and the Red Ring.
Information in this section was contributed by Gunstock60.

Hint: Defeating mini-Bosses:
Information in this section was contributed by ZeldaFan.

The Red and Blue Bulls: Hit one with your sword. Five hits on either will kill them both.
Onox Castle, Facade: In L2, throw bombs between his eyes. Four hits will kill him. In Onox Castle, six hits will take him out.
Squid Trio: Use the Power Bracelet to pull them out of the water, then hurt them with the sword. Four hits will kill each squid.
Three of a kind Wizard: Light the torches with Ember Seeds and hit the man with a shadow until he dies. Re-light the torches only when there is none lit to save seeds.
Syger: Hit his tail tip when he is not a ball. Run away when he is a ball because he will be invincible.
Bigmouth Dragon (Vire): Hit him with a sword until he becomes two little things. Use the Feather to jump and hit them both to kill them. He is in both games in L6.
Pair of Poes: Use the slingshot to keep at least two torches up. When they are close, hit them with the sword.
Fireball the Snowman: Use hyper slingshot to shoot Mystery Seeds to make him turn blue. Then shoot him with Fire Seeds. He has a lot of life so you may want to buy a potion before the battle.

Hint: Stealing from Maple:
Use the following trick to learn if Maple has anything worth stealing. If Maple has rare items such as Rings, Seeds, Heart Pieces, and Potions, she will zigzag on her broom a lot more complexly. If she has not so good items, she will zigzag a lot less complexly. If she has more than one rare item she will zigzag even more, as if to avoid you.
Information in this section was contributed by Threefiddy350.

Hint: Maple's ride:
As you progress further in the game, you will encounter Maple. Depending on how far you get, you may see Maple riding on a vacuum instead of a broom. This makes it more difficult to get the items that scatter when you collide with her.
Information in this section was contributed by Marc Pourner.

If you run into Maple enough times, she can be seen riding a rocket.
Information in this section was contributed by charculido.

Hint: Find Maple more often:
Warp to the Gale Tree in Tarm Ruins and go three screens down, one screen right, one down, and one left, where you will find lots of Like Likes. Whenever you destroy one, another will take its place. Destroy about twenty-five Like Likes then go one screen right to find Maple. The Maple's Ring would speed this process up even more.

Hint: Easy win in chest game:
When you enter the shop in Horon village, go upstairs (see membership card). When you pay for your game, he will look at the chests. He will look at the correct one for slightly longer.
Information in this section was contributed by WILLIAM SMITH.

Hint: Jump farther:
While having the Roc's Feather equipped, take out your Seed Satchel and equip the Pegasus Seeds. Use a Pegasus Seed, run towards the place in which you need to jump over, and jump. You can jump over two holes instead of just one. This is important for your future quest in level 4.
Information in this section was contributed by MikeRoChip31.

Sometimes if you jump with the Roc's Feather at the correct moment, you can jump two holes instead of one without using Pegasus Seeds.
Information in this section was contributed by THE MUSKA 100.

If you try hard enough and practice a lot, you can jump over two holes without the Pegasus seeds. If you do use them, you can jump over three holes. This will allow you to advance farther than the game normally allows.
Information in this section was contributed by Bunnyhopbackflip.

Hint: Finding Summer:
Get Ricky then get the floodgate key. Drain the water and jump down the left cliff. Go down once, then go left, get in the middle of the cliff, and press Up. Do the same thing when you get to the next cliff. Follow the path and you will eventually find a portal. Jump off Ricky, enter in the portal, and go down to the beach. Dig to find the Star Ore, then go to shop. Trade the Star Ore for the Ribbon. Return to the beach then go down to find Rosa. Give her the ribbon and go on date with her. You can now go to the locked doors. Open them, go to the temple and open the door.
Information in this section was contributed by Joseph Marino.

Hint: Getting to the Ancient Ruins:
Go to the Lost Woods. Change the season to winter and go left. Then, change the season to fall and go south. Change the season to spring and go right. Finally change the season to summer and go north. You will see statues. Go north. Change the season to winter and go south, then east and north. You will see a place leading up. Go north and then go west. You will only see two statues this time. Push the one nearest to the cliff to the right. Jump down and change the season to spring. Jump to the bloom and go east. You will see someone that will say if you go further the world will suffer from darkness. Continue to the door and keep going to reach the Ancient Ruins. You can find the boomerang L-2 there, which is used to kill the statue soldiers.
Information in this section was contributed by David Tran.

Hint: Getting Dimitri:
Go to the Subrosian Dance Hall and play until you win the flute. Get a ride from Ricky (see Hint: Getting Ricky). When you drain the water from the floodgate, go down until you see an area with a flower and two Spider Tektites. Go down one more screen and go right, and up. You will see Dimitri being attacked by Moblins. Save him and he will teach you his song. If you get the song from the shop, it will not work with Dimitri, or the dance flute for Moosh.
Information in this section was contributed by Chocobo World.

Hint: Getting Moosh:
Go to the shop in Horon Village after level 2, buy the flute, and get a ride from Ricky (see Hint: Getting Ricky). When you drain the water from the floodgate, go down until you see an area with a flower and two Spider Tektites. Go down one more screen and go left, and up. You will see Moosh being attacked by Moblins. Save him and he will teach you his song. If you get the song from the shop, it will not work with Dimitri, or the dance flute for Moosh.
Information in this section was contributed by Chocobo World.

Hint: Getting Ricky:
After level 2, go to Blaino (recognized as a mini-Boss from Link's Awakening) and defeat him for Ricky's gloves. Go to the area across the bridge, and enter the normally empty area to find a kangaroo. Give Ricky her gloves, and if you do not have a flute yet, she will give you hers.
Information in this section was contributed by Chocobo World.

Hint: Road to Sunken City:
The monster that you select (Ricky, Moosh, or Dimitri) changes the road to Sunken City.
Information in this section was contributed by FireViper9999.

Hint: Wake up the tree:
To wake up the treen burst the bubble coming out of his nose.
Information in this section was contributed by nicky assendelft.

Hint: Change an enemy:
Find one of the green cactus-like enemies that electrocute you if hit with your sword. Use a Mystery Seed on them to change them into something else. Even if you do this, however, you still cannot hit them with your sword.
Information in this section was contributed by cm555.

Hint: Cucco to chick:
Go north of Horon Village, to the house that you took the Cuccodex to. Use a Mystery Seed on a big Cucco, and it will turn to a chick.
Information in this section was contributed by Destiny Isamu.

Hint: Giant Cucco:
Go to the house where you gave Malon the Cuccodex. Keep hitting an adult Cucco until a flock of Cuccos appears. Use a Mystery Seed on the original Cucco and it will turn big. If you keep hitting the big Cucco, he will chase after you.
Information in this section was contributed by Piccolo60000.

Walk north from Horon Village until you reach Talon's house. You will see a number of Cuccos fluttering about her humble abode. Hit a Cucco with your sword until it begins to attack you, then throw a Mystery Seed at it. The Cucco will grow to an enormous size.

Hint: Buzz Blob comments:
Use a Mystery Seed on a Buzz Blob (the enemy that shocks you if attacked with the sword) and he will turn into a Cukemon. If you paralyze him with the boomerang, he will say funny things to you.

Hint: Destroy the Great Moblin's house:
Once you defeat the Great Moblin at his keep, he will move to the abandoned house just one screen south of the Gale Tree in Sunken City, making bombs. Go in the house to find a pile of bombs in the corner. Set an Ember Seed on the pile or let one of your bombs explode next to it, and then the pile will blink. Get out of the house while it is blinking. The Moblin will run away and the house will explode. After blowing it up twice or so, they will catch you, knock you out inside of the house, and the explosion will kill you.
Information in this section was contributed by Ronald Farnsworth and APRIL ZAPPATERRINI.

Hint: Hero's Cave: Gasha Seed:
Enter Hero's Cave and go east, then south, and push the northwest block. A stairway will appear. Go down it, and a Gasha Seed will be there.
Information in this section was contributed by ggamache.

Hint: Horon Village: Changing seasons:
You can change seasons in Horon Village if you go to a screen with a different season. Keep walking back and forth between screens.
Information in this section was contributed by RuffRyda19557674.

Hint: Onox's Castle: Restore life:
If you are running out of life, go into one of the side doors. Do not go all the way into the room or you will be trapped. Instead, stand in the doorway, equip your magic boomerang, and use it to get the Fairy without being trapped in the whirlwind of tiles. Once you get it, you can go back out. Note: You will go back to the first room of the castle.
Information in this section was contributed by Yaho123.

Hint: Snake's Remain: Extra rupees:
Go to the level 2 (Snakes Remain). When you are inside, go up two rooms. Kill all of the enemies, then look at the blocks in the room. They will form an arrow. Throw a bomb at the wall that the arrow is pointing to. It will open the wall and lead to a room. Enter that room and pick up all the rupees. Do this the first time you find the room to get over 500 rupees.
Information in this section was contributed by Poser7865.

Hint: Syrup's Potion Shop: Gasha Seed:
One screen below Syrup's Potion Shop is a square of deep water surrounded by shallow water. Dive in there to find secret grotto. Open the chest there to get a Gasha Seed (non-password only).
Information in this section was contributed by Jessica Singh.

Hint: Subrosian Dance Hall: Boomerang:
To get the boomerang, you have to dance correctly.
Information in this section was contributed by nicky assendelft.

Hint: Dungeon maps:
When you get a dungeon map in a level, if you look carefully, it looks like the title of the dungeon. For example, Snake Remains or Sword and Shield dungeon, or Poisonous Moth Dungeon.
Information in this section was contributed by KaNeMaN01.

Hint: Tunnel with nothing:
At the top of Clock Shop in Horon Village, dig it up at the right side.
Information in this section was contributed by KmhmhWaVe348.

Go to the graveyard screen under the seventh dungeon. Dig a hole directly above the second grave on the top row. A staircase will lead to a small room.
Information in this section was contributed by Scooby0095.

Hint: Legend Of Zelda: Ocarina Of Time reference:
The names of the Oracles are the same as the three spirits that created the earth in Legend Of Zelda: Ocarina Of Time. Din (Oracle of Seasons), Nayru (Oracle of Ages), and Fayroe (Oracle of Secrets; located in Maku Tree).
Information in this section was contributed by Raiden.

Glitch: Swim in lava:
The following trick is done while you are fighting Twinrova in her second form. When you are on the ice board, go to where lava is on the lava board. If done correctly, when it changes it will appear as if you are swimming in lava. Note: This will result in damage.
Information in this section was contributed by Richard Soukup.

Glitch: Screen reset:
Once you have the Switch Hook, go to the Post Office in the past. Use the Switch Hook on any of the three filing cabinets and the screen will reset.
Information in this section was contributed by Webster.

Glitch: Crazy old man:
Speak with the old man who lives in Spool Swamp near the end of the game (about the time you enter the seventh dungeon), His text is corrupted and he will speak as if he were Impa. He says some of the things that Impa says at the start of the game.
Information in this section was contributed by OmegaAngel1027.

Glitch: Level 5 before level 4:
Get the Starange flute from the Subrosian Dance, which you will later find is Dimitri's Flute. After you have done level 3 and obtained the Roc's Feather, go to the Sunken City and get the Zora's Flippers from the Master Diver. Then, go to the house with all the Cuccos. Go down two screens and jump over the hole. Go down one more screen and use Dimitri's Flute. Swim on Dimitri to the Subrosian portal and get Autumn. Then, swim up one screen to the other steps. Change the season to autumn. Go one screen up and one right, then use the Power Bracelet to pick the mushrooms and get to L5- Unicorn's Cave. This way, you can do level 5 before level 4. However, you still need to do level 4 to obtain the Soothing Rain Essence of Nature.


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Published strategy guides: Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons and Oracle of Ages Official Pocket Guide
Published strategy guides: Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons and Oracle of Ages Official Strategy Guide
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