- How do you get the magnifying glass in Link’s Awakening?
- Where can I trade my fishing hook?
- How do you beat Yoshi doll in Link’s Awakening?
- How do I get the magnifying glass in Zelda?
- How do you get a boomerang?
- How do you get to the mermaid statue in Zelda?
- What do you do with the fishing hook in Link’s Awakening?
- How do you win fishing in Link’s Awakening?
- What should I trade for Boomerang?
- Where is the mermaid statue Zelda?
- Where is the fisherman in Link’s Awakening?
- What do you do with the magnifying glass in link awakening?
How do you get the magnifying glass in Link’s Awakening?
The Magnifying Lens is the final item in the Trading Sequence in Link’s Awakening.
It is obtained from a hidden chest underneath the Mermaid Statue in Martha’s Bay, which can be moved using a scale given to Link by Martha.
Its main use is to read the “true path” through the Wind Fish’s Egg..
Where can I trade my fishing hook?
The Fishing Hook is the eleventh item in the game’s Trading Quest. It is received from Grandma Ulrira in Mabe Village after giving her the Broom, which she found while sweeping near the river. The Fishing Hook is later given to the Fisherman found beneath the bridge in Martha’s Bay to replace the one he lost.
How do you beat Yoshi doll in Link’s Awakening?
The Yoshi Doll is the first item in the game’s Trading Quest. It is won as a prize from the Trendy Game in Mabe Village, wherein Link must operate the game’s claw and grab the doll.
How do I get the magnifying glass in Zelda?
Warp to the Martha’s Bay pad and head west to Toronbo Shores. Walk along the water until you’re just southeast of Sale’s Banana Shop. Bomb the cracked wall to open a door. Inside, talk to Goriya (who you can only see now that you’ve got the Magnifying Glass).
How do you get a boomerang?
The Boomerang is the last item you can get after completing the Link’s Awakening Trading Sequence. It requires you to go to a hidden cave on the coast of Toronbo Shores with the Magnifying Glass in hand. There, you’ll see a cracked wall. Use a Bomb to open it.
How do you get to the mermaid statue in Zelda?
Just head to the phone booth outside of Animal Village then walk south. Once you reach the edge continue to the left. You’ll see a gap here with boxes on both sides. Hookshot across the gap using the box on the opposite side and you can walk north and west to reach the Mermaid Statue itself.
What do you do with the fishing hook in Link’s Awakening?
Where to trade the Fish Hook in Link’s Awakening. With the Fish Hook in hand, you’ll want to visit the Fisherman who is under the bridge in Martha’s Bay. You’ll need the Flippers from the Catfish’s Maw dungeon first. You’ll receive a Necklace in return.
How do you win fishing in Link’s Awakening?
Link’s Awakening Fishing Tips Wiggle only slightly, and when the lure is directly in front of the fish’s face at a reasonable distance. Watch out for feint bites! It has to be a solid chomp for you to be able to reel it in. Avoid tapping A when the fish is struggling hard.
What should I trade for Boomerang?
The Item Trader will trade a surprising number of things for the Boomerang. The only items he will not accept are your shield, the Power Bracelet, Bombs, Magic Powder, or the Bow. Anything else is fair game! The best item to trade is the Shovel.
Where is the mermaid statue Zelda?
Martha’s BayThe Mermaid Statue, entitled The Mourning Mermaid by its creator, is a location in Link’s Awakening. It can be found in the south of Martha’s Bay, one screen below Catfish’s Maw.
Where is the fisherman in Link’s Awakening?
The first Fisherman can be found at the Fishing Pond in the north of Mabe Village. He lets Link fish for 10 Rupees. If Link catches one of the larger fish, he gets a Piece of Heart or 20 Rupees.
What do you do with the magnifying glass in link awakening?
Using it allows Link to encounter a Goriya with whom he can trade certain items for a Boomerang in Toronbo Shores. The Magnifying Lens also allows Link to read the book found in the Library in Mabe Village with the fine print that contains the answer to the puzzle in the Wind Fish’s Egg.