Western Hyrule – Zelda II: The Adventure of Link Guide
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Zelda II: The Adventure of Link – Part 12 – Town of Nabooru
In this episode, we leave western Hyrule and go visit the town of Nabooru.
Crystals Placed: 3/6
Life Level: 6/8
Magic Level: 6/8
Attack Level: 5/8
Heart Containers: 2/4
Magic Containers: 2/4
Sword Thrusts: 1/2
Link Dolls: 2/6
Notes on this episode:
-The fire spell allows us to shoot fire with our sword. You can only kill tektites and zoras with the fire spell.
-We spend a lot of time gathering points in this episode because we’ll want to get another upgrade before the next dungeon.
-Nabooru is the sage of spirit in ocarina of time.
Welcome to my 100% walkthrough of Zelda II: The Adventure of Link! Everyone defines 100% differently, so this is how I’m defining it for this walkthrough. In this walkthrough, we will do the following:
Obtain the Triforce of Courage
Place all crystals in the stone pillars within the palaces
Get all dungeon items
Get all dungeon keys until we get the Magical Key
Get all overworld items
Upgrade life to level 8
Upgrade magic to level 8
Upgrade attack to level 8
Get all heart containers
Get all magic containers
Learn all spells
Learn both sword thrusts
Obtain all link dolls
We will not be doing the following:
Get every single points bag
Visit every room within every dungeon and in the overworld
Get every fairy found in the dungeons and overworld
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Zelda II: The Adventure of Link Walkthrough Part 8 – Hidden Town of Kasuto
A walkthrough for Zelda II: The Adventure of Link. This is a 100% walkthrough that includes all the collectables. Video recorded on NES Mini.
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Zelda II: The Adventure of Link is the second main installment of The Legend of Zelda series and the direct sequel to The Legend of Zelda. It was originally released on the Famicom Disk System in Japan and eventually on the Nintendo Entertainment System in North America and Europe. While retaining many of the features of its predecessor, The Adventure of Link altered certain elements of gameplay, most notably affecting movement and combat. Traveling across a world map would lead to enemy encounters which took place on a side-scrolling field of play rather than the top down perspective for which the series became known.
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Episode 3 – CLASSIC FIRST: First Zelda game covered on UCBVG!
Zelda 2 is often seen as the black sheep of the franchise, but I think it’s just misunderstood. In this video we will learn:
* How the Experience Leveling system works and how we can manipulate it.
* Locations where every spell and hidden item can be found.
* Strategies for beating the difficult Death Mountain, and a way to skip it!
* How to fight those difficult armored Ironknuckles!
* Easy ways to defeat all 8 bosses!
* Data on TONS of enemies so you’ll know your foes inside and out!
* How to get through the maze-like final palace, and more!
PALACE ON THE SEA: https://gamefaqs.gamespot.com/nes/563487-zelda-ii-the-adventure-of-link/map/1131-palace-5-water-palace-map
THREE-EYE ROCK: https://gamefaqs.gamespot.com/nes/563487-zelda-ii-the-adventure-of-link/map/1138-palace-6-hidden-palace-map
GREAT PALACE: https://gamefaqs.gamespot.com/nes/563487-zelda-ii-the-adventure-of-link/map/2138-palace-7-great-palace-map
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