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Eel

@Tasuki a little sock/baggie would work yes. Maybe you could also find one of those hip pouches/tactical-style bags they used to make for older, smaller phones and cameras.

A solid plastic cover with a clamshell design based on the old dual screen game and watches, that would be the dream case I think.

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NintendoByNature

I've made it level 4 already. One of the great things about this game. As long as you have an idea of what to do, or lightly reference a guide where needed, it doesn't waste your time.

Also, note to self: I still hate darknuts.

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Eel

Darknuts and (blue) Wizzrobes are the worst. Potions were basically made for them.

I absolutely recommend playing level 7 before level 6. Level 6 is a Wizzrobe nightmare.

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Tasuki

Is worth paying the people that ask you to pay them for a secret?

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Eel

@Tasuki it is if you want to play the game without guides I suppose.

But do try to pay only the middle amount; being too stingy will cause them to shoo you, and being too generous will make them mock you.

Except in the second quest. I think there they only talk for the highest amount.

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Tasuki

So I got the second sword, blue ring and the magical shield. Also finsh dungeons 1, and 3 and started on 4. Sad thing is I don't remember where Dungeon 2 in the first quest is located lol.

It's finally how once you get better equipment how much more powerful you feel. On a side note I hate the knights in the dungeons there doesn't seem to be a pattern to their movements at all.

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Eel

@Tasuki hah that second dungeon always manages to hide in plain sight.

It’s in the green forest to the right of the starting area. You need to go left in one of the screens with moblins.

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Eel

It truly is somehow the best hidden dungeon in the game. And it doesn’t actually try to hide.

I usually do the third level first too.

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NintendoByNature

I always accidentally head to level 3 before level 2 just because it's easier to find.

A thought popped in my head of how cool it would've been to have the g&w as a playable controller for NSO Nes app. It's perfect for nes games obviously.

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Eel

Having Bluetooth (which would be needed to make it a Switch controller) would certainly be convenient if they also made it compatible with headphones that way, but I suppose it would impact battery life.

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@NintendoByNature @Eel Back when I was a kid I never knew where level 2 was I usually did all the other dungeons first minus the last one of course and then just give up and move on to other games. I didn't find it until the NES Atlas that Nintendo Power published and was finally able to finish the game. Of course it didn't help that I didn't own Legend of Zelda I just rented it or borrowed it from friends.

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Tasuki

So where is the best place to buy Arrows and by best I mean cheapest. I got to Gohma but totally forgot to buy arrows beforehand.

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Eel

It seems arrows are the same price with all the merchants that have them.

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NintendoByNature

I haven't used them yet but I thought arrows were spent by rupees? I can't fully remember.

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Eel

@NintendoByNature it’s both, you gotta buy the arrows, and then pay a rupee for each use of the bow.

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Tasuki

So the price of the arrows doesn't correlate to how much is spent per arrow?

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Eel

@Tasuki nope.

All the arrows you can buy from a merchant are 80 rupees, and you only need to buy that once, then every use of the bow costs one rupee.


Gee Level 4 on the Second Quest was an adventure all by itself. Not only did I have to figure out how to enter, a good chunk of it is only accessible through invisible one way doors!

Interestingly enough, I managed to find two new items and a bomb bag upgrade all by myself… But the dungeon map never appeared.

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Level 5 was so much simpler and shorter I can’t believe that’s it. But according to the internet, that’s it! And with that I have enough hearts for the magic sword.

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