Ocarina is a must-in item Legend of Zelda: Awakening of LinkBut it’s not too hard to ignore Link’s favorite instrument at first. Similar to a magnifying glass, you’ll need the Ocarina for a few key story moments, but it’s mostly a very handy item to explore. After you defend Ocarina, you need to learn some tunes – unless you’re happy with listening to Link improvisation on the spot.
In this tutorial, we will show you how to get Ocarina and how to learn all the songs in Legend of Zelda: Awakening of Link.
How to get Ocarina
1. Complete the Key Cavern
Before getting Ocarina, you must at least go through the Key Cellar in the third dungeon Awaken the link. That’s because you need both the Power Bracelet (found in the Bottle Grotto) and the Pegasus Boots (found in the Key Cavern and used in the colored dungeon) to reach the Ocarina.
2. Go to Dream Shrine
To bring Ocarina in Awaken the link, Link had to take a nap. Go to Mabe Village. Just north of the Town Tool Store and go up the stairs, you will see a stone building. The entrance to the building is surrounded by rocks. Now that you have the Power Bracelet, you can lift the rocks and the Link can lie on the bed.
Once inside, you will have to race around the room using the Pegasus Boots. The ground is broken below you, so you are a bit in a hurry. Treasure chest on the first platform contains 100 rupees. Ocarina is located on a second pedestal, on a pedestal in plain sight.
Now you have Ocarina!
Where to learn Ocarina’s songs
There are three songs to learn in Link’s Awakening, which we will detail below.
Ballad of the Wind Fish
“Ballad of the Wind Fish” is the first song you can learn in Awaken the link. Marin will teach it to you when you have Ocarina.
Depending on your position in the story, she will be in the Animal Village or in the Weather Wing in Mabe Village.
The Ballad of the Wind Fish is required to awaken the Walrus that blocked the entrance to the Yarna Desert. This is also a necessary song to awaken Wind Fish later in the adventure.
Ocarina’s second song, “Manbo’s Mambo”, cannot be learned until you get the Flippers in Angler’s Tunnel fourth.
Once out of the dungeon, jump into the water and swim left to enter the cave. Inside you will find a large fish named Manbo who will teach you its catchy melody.
Manbo’s Mambo is extremely useful, as it can be played to quickly travel to unlocked vertical holes across the underworld. Once in the dungeon, tinkling sounds will bring you back to the entrance of the dungeon.
Frog’s Song of Soul
Ocarina’s third and final song, “Frog’s Song of Soul”, requires a Hook Shot. You get the Hook Shot in Catfish’s Maw, the fifth dungeon. After you’ve captured your Hook Shot, head over to Ukuku Prairie.
Walk towards the western edge which runs along Mabe Village. If you go south, you will see a group of holes and a stump on each side.
The trendy game is just west of this point. Use a Hook hit to get through the gap. Welcome to the Guide Sea Labyrinth.
Read the first sign and follow the arrow to the next sign. You must continue to read signs as directed to discover a staircase. Go downstairs.
Mamu frog king will give you the opportunity to listen to an “unreleased cut” for 300 rupees. Give him the rupee and he’ll teach you the frog’s soul song.
You’ll need Frog’s Song of Soul to revive the rooster underneath the Mabe Village Weather Wings and to gain access to Turtle Rock, the eighth dungeon.
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