The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds Mega Guide – Collectibles, Locations, Rupees & More
A complete guide for The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds .
The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds is finally released for the Nintendo 3DS and it goes without saying that it is game that should be played and experienced. Using this guide you will be able to find locations for bottles, heart pieces, Maiamai, Master Ores, treasure chests, and several items. Furthermore, this guide has tips on upgrading your Master Sword, boss battles, weapons and mini games.
All Master Ore Locations and Master Sword Upgrade:
By using the four pieces of Master Ore you can upgrade the Master Sword. You need to give the blacksmiths in Hyrule and Lorule two pieces of Master Ore in order to fully upgrade the Master Sword. You will find these four pieces at Dark Palace, Skull Woods, Thieves’ Hideout and Graveyard.
As with every other game in the series, The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds has tons of collectible that you can find. The game has five collectibles which you can find with the help of the video below.
Pieces of Heart Locations:
There are 28 pieces of heart, which will help you to gain additional health. The video will help you get all of them.
There are 100 Maiamai that players can collect during their playthrough of the game. Maiamai are similar to anemones and you will find them in Hyrule and Lorule. The video will help you find all of them.
All Item Locations:
There are a ton of items that you can get from Ravio’s shop, but there are a ton of other items located and scattered throughout Lorule and Hyrule. The guide below will help you find several items like Power Glove, Pegasus Boots, Hint Glasses, Irene’s Bell and Foul Fruit.
There are twelve bosses in The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds. The video below will give you the best tips and strategy to defeat all of them.
- Yuga (Eastern Palace)
- Margomill (House of Gales)
- Moldorm (Tower of Hera)
- Yuga (Inside Hyrule Castle)
- Gemesaur King (Dark Palace)
- Arrghus (Swamp Palace)
- Stalbind (Thieves’ Hideout)
- Knucklemaster (Skull Woods)
- Grinexx (Turtle Rock)
- Zaganaga (Desert Palace)
- Dharkstare (Ice Ruins)
- Yuga (Lorule Castle)
Treasure Chests Guide:
Using the video guide below, you will be able to find all treasure chests in the game.
There are two ways to get weapons in the game. Either you rent/purchase from Rovio or the game itself will give the player some of the weapons.
- Magic Hammer: You can buy Magic Hammer from Ravio for 800 rupees.
- Tornado Rod: You can buy Magic Hammer from Ravio for 800 rupees.
- Ice Rod: You can buy Magic Hammer from Ravio for 1200 rupees.
- Fire Rod: You can buy Magic Hammer from Ravio for 1200 rupees.
- Boomerang: You can buy Magic Hammer from Ravio for 800 rupees.
- Magic Bow: You can buy Magic Hammer from Ravio for 800 rupees.
- Sand Rod: You can buy Magic Hammer from Ravio for 800 rupees.
- Hookshot: You can buy Magic Hammer from Ravio for 800 rupees.
How to earn more Rupees?
Rupees are nothing but are crystals that you will find during your playthrough. These crystals have six variations.
- Green: 1 Rupee
- Blue: 5 Rupees
- Red: 20 Rupees
- Purple: 50 Rupees
- Silver: 100 Rupees
- Gold: 300 Rupees
You can earn Rupees by:
- Defeat enemies and the bad guys
- Cut grass
- Break the pots
- There are coins deep inside the water
- Crash against trees
Mini Games Guide:
If you beat the advanced mode in Treacherous Tower, you will be rewarded with the Super Lamp.
If you managed to score 100 or more than 100 points, you will be awarded with a heart piece.
You will find this mini game in Thieves’ Town. Depending on your luck you will be awarded with Hearts or Rupees.
You will find this mini game in Lorule and Hyrule . If you managed to score more than 100 you will receive a heart piece.
Note: This guide will updated once we have more information about the game. You can also check out the complete video walk-through of The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds here.