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To anyone who's beaten Zelda: Oracle of Seasons

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I have the first seven essences, but I don't have a clue where the eighth one is. Could someone tell me how to find it?

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[color=indigo]I haven't beaten it, but I know where the eighth Essence is. It's in Level 8, Sword & Shield Maze, which is located in the far north-west screen of Subrosia. You have to go through a warp that's east of Onox's Castle.

By the way, this belongs in the Zelda forum. I'm moving it now...[/color]

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[SIZE=1][FONT=century gothic][COLOR=crimson]in subroisa, there is a room with random items falling into a volcano (i forget how to get there), throw a few bombs into it and it will change the west side of onix's castle. Then you can get around and get into the side you will find a warp into the last dungoen. aslo 2 faires are there[/COLOR][/FONT][/SIZE]

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Once you get to the area they are tallking about change the season to autumn go as far right as you can, then up as far as you can, go up the stairs and jump onto the tree stump and change to winter, go up and right onto the snow bridge to get to the subrosian portal. Once in subrosia, go left to the cave. throw a bomb into the volcano to make it explode and go back to the portal and the world above will have changed. go into the cave that is a couple of screens up and there will be another portal that will take you to the entrance to the last dungeon.

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Looking at your map you should see that there are very few places you haven't
been. The most conspicuous of these is the large grey block of unexplored
terrain next to the Goron Mountains. Maybe you'll fnd something there...

Head to the Scent Tree in North Horon, then go down, left, up and through the
log door. This should place you next to the switch that extends the bridge in
Natzu Prairie. Head left from here, then up, and enter the tree door thingie.

TEMPLE REMAINS
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This area, as well as having reasonably funky music, is the remains of the
Temple of Seasons. There is a Soft Soil patch hidden on this first screen with
the two Darknights if anyone is interested. Head up a screen, slashing
repeatedly at the Ball-and-Chain Trooper to kill him, then leap over the pits to
the right. Head up and right through the tektite-infested ruins. Stand on the
stump and change the seasons to Autumn. Then head left twice and up, over the
pits which have been filled in with leaves. Then head down to the second stump
and turn the season back to Winter. Head up, over the pits, and use the
snowdrift to head down. Step in the Subrosian Vortex.

SUBROSIAN VOLCANOES
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Ow its hot here, but fortunately Link's tunic seems to be more than able to keep
out the heat of active volcanoes. He's obviously upgraded it since his first
outing as Hero of Time (see Ocarina of Time if you have no idea what I'm
waffling about). Head up the steps and into the cave, where you find a blue-clad
Subrosian chucking stuff into a small pool of lava. You'll notice that he chucks
in stuff that you can collect throughout the game: iron-shaped ore, shields,
swords, fish, plus other stuff. The most perplexing item I saw him chuck in,
however, was a BLUE BOXING GLOVE. Has anyone found a blue boxing glove in their
game? If so, what does it do? Anyway, chuck a bomb into the pool of lava and
you'll set the volcanoes flaring. This will kinda destroy the Temple Remains
even more, but it will allow you to continue on with your quest... Head out the
cave and back through the Vortex.

LAVA-FILLED TEMPLE REMAINS
--------------------------
Head up a screen and bomb the wall for an easy Piece of Heart, then head out,
right, and down to the stump. Turn the season to Summer and head right, either
avoiding the Lyonells (if you still have the Wooden Sword) or chop them to bits
(if you have the Noble Sword) and climb the vines. Jump over the lava and head
left, then up into the doorway. Use the Magnetic Gloves to work your way over
the pits, then head up the stairs. Unusually, there are no Grass Hoarders hiding
around. Up the stairs, push the right boulder down, the top left boulder left,
and the bottom-left boulder down, then cross the catwalk. Push the bottom
boulder you see next up, then head round to the left and push the top boulder
right. head up the steps.

The screen you emerge on has two lyonells on it. Either kill or avoid them and
head left, going down the next set of steps. Avoid the Grass Hoarder (knew there
had to be one hiding somewhere) and make your way up to the steps by taking the
top route round the pits. Go up the steps and carry on left. You'll find a
little tower with two fairies in it (useful if the Lyonells kicked your butt),
and a Vortex. Step into it.

SUBROSIAN VOLCANOES 2
---------------------
Back in scorching Subrosia, head up two screens to face the final proper dungeon
in the game and collect the eighth Essence of Nature. Welcome to Dungeon 8 - The
Sword and Shield Maze. Incidently, before you enter you may want to spend a
couple of seconds playing with the dungeon's eyes, which follow you. The appeal
of this quickly wears off, but I thought I'd mention it!

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Thanks guys. I was wondering about the gray spots and the subrosian who was tossing stuff into the lava hole. I'll try it. Maybe now I can beat the game. Also, do you know the locations of the four golden warriors? I found one outside Snake's Remains, but I can't find the rest.

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[SIZE=1][FONT=century gothic][COLOR=crimson]the main guy is under level one in the summer. there is one... south of level 3 in the spring i think. one is in the graveyard of level 7. on is near level 2. and the last one is near the gate of level 6 that one is winter. oh yea, kill them all dont knock them into hole/water. then go back and talk to the guy and he will give you a crappy ring[/COLOR][/FONT][/SIZE]

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Sure I Gald To Help.

To Find That Red Ring Go To The Stump In Front Of Talon & Malon HOuse And Change It To Summer.Then,Go To The Root Dungeon(LV 1 Dungeon)You Will Find The Dry Places And See That Staircase And THen Go in.You will Find That Old Man And Accept It Challenge.

The First Golden Beast Is A Soldier In The west Of Hero Cave In Spring.

The Second Beast Is an Octorock In The Spool Swamp In Summer in The EastSouth.( If it Does't Out Try another Season)

The Third Is An Moblin In The Entrance Of Lv 2 Snake Remains In Fall..( If it Does't Out Try another Season)

The Fourth is An Wolf In The acient ruins In Winter.(Where There Are Three Hard Mushroom And Two Soldier Red And Have A stairCase at There(when You Go In To The stircase There Are Deku Scrub There Was Attck You)


i Hope This Help.



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[color=indigo]You find the Soldier that's near the Hero's Cave in the Spring, the Octorok that's in the Graveyard in Summer, the Moblin that's near Level 2, Snake's Remains in Autumn, and the Wolf Warrior that's near the entrance of the Ancient Ruins in Winter.
When you talk to the old man after beating all four of these, he gives you the Red Ring. The Red Ring doubles the ammount of damage that you sword does.[/color]

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[SIZE=3][FONT=century gothic][COLOR=crimson]see crappy ring, level 3 sword w/ red ring v. onix lol... man he would be like a one hit kill o_o[/COLOR][/FONT][/SIZE]

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[color=indigo]I think it's a pretty dang good ring! It lets you do twice as much damage! That's one that I'd have equiped all the time! Why do you say that it's crappy?[/color]

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I'd have to say that it is better to have the ring that doubles your defense on at all times. a good thing to do if you have the level ring box is to have the lv 3 sword ring but to only use it when you are attacking a boss and then once you have hit the boss, put on the lv 3 armor ring while you are waiting to take again.

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You guys have been a great help, but does the ring increase damage taken from opponents? I have a ring like it, and I'm wondering if it's the same kind.

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[color=indigo][b]Red Ring:[/b] Makes you do double the ammount of sword damage.

[b]Blue Ring:[/b] Makes you take half as much damage from enemies.

[b]Green Ring:[/b] Makes your sword stronger, and enemies weaker.

[b]Power Ring L-1:[/b] Makes your sword and enemies more powerful.

[b]Power Ring L-2:[/b] Doubles the effect of Power Ring L-1.

[b]Power Ring L-3:[/b] More than triples the effect of Power Ring L-1.

[b]Armor Ring L-1:[/b] Makes your sword and enemies less powerful.

[b]Armor Ring L-2:[/b] Makes enemies less powerful than Armor Ring L-1.

[b]Armor Ring L-3:[/b] Makes enemies less powerful than Armor Ring L-2.[/color]

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isn't that the dungeon where you get the triple-sling shot?.....that's the only way to hit all three statues at once

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