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Ocarina Of Time Forest Temple

Ocarina Of Time Forest Temple

Ocarina Of Time Forest Temple

Unlike the other four temples in the game, the Forest Temple does not seem to have a recurring statue found throughout the dungeon. There is the totem pole, dragon, raven and snake statues within the Fire Temple, Water Temple, Shadow Temple and Spirit Temple, respectively. These statues could indeed represent some sort of temple guardian, but if that is true, the Forest Temple is left without any representation. Despite the lack of statues, however, Link does come across several paintings of the Poe Sisters, the temple’s mini-bosses. Seeing as the Poe Sisters act as guardians of the Forest Temple in their own right, this could indeed make them the Forest Temple’s complement to the other temples. There is also a massive hallway which is shaped like a gargantuan spider on the Dungeon Map, and seeing as the temple represents the forest, the deity could possibly be a spider or some kind of insect.
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Ocarina Of Time Forest Temple

The Forest Temple bears close resemblance to a vast, ruined mansion. Because of this it may not actually be a temple of worship, but may have once been a home to a wealthy family that was corrupted by black magic. The Poe Sisters could very well be the ghosts of said family. Since the mansion has become overgrown with plant life it has probably been lying dormant for many years. If this theory is correct, this would explain the above point about the lack of an image of a possible deity, as the temple would not be meant to worship anything. More evidence of this is in the Portraits on the walls throughout the temple and in the room with Phantom Ganon, although this may be merely a means for the Poe Sisters to disguise themselves. The Forest Temple’s name does imply however that it is used as an actual temple, at least at the time Link visits it.
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Ocarina Of Time Forest Temple

Deep within the Sacred Forest Meadow in the Lost Woods lies the mansion-like Forest Temple,[2] inhabited by many fierce foes. Since the stairway leading to the temple is now broken, the only way to gain access to the temple is by obtaining the Hookshot from the Kakariko Graveyard[3] and grabbing onto a tree branch hanging off the top of the entrance platform.
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Ocarina Of Time Forest Temple

Hookshot in hand, Link travels into Kokiri Forest only to discover that it has been overrun by monsters. He presses on to the Lost Woods, but Mido blocks his path, saying that he promised Saria he would not let anybody pass. Link manages to convince Mido to let him pass, however, by playing “Saria’s Song”. Link continues until he reaches the Sacred Forest Meadow and takes down several Moblins on his way to where he last saw Saria. However, Saria is nowhere to be found. Instead, Link is greeted by Sheik, who teaches him the “Minuet of Forest” before departing in a flash of blinding light. Link then uses his newly acquired Hookshot to grapple onto a tree branch overhead, allowing him to enter the Forest Temple.
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Ocarina Of Time Forest Temple

The temple marks many returning elements from previous games in the series that had been lacking in the more unconventional earlier dungeons that Young Link goes through. As well as being based on the Palaces that appeared in The Adventure of Link and A Link to the Past, this dungeon marks the first appearance of Stalfos and Bubbles in a 3D Zelda game, staples of the series. Stalfos appear as mini-bosses in the temple twice, one time while guarding the Fairy Bow, another primary weapon in the series making its first appearance in 3D. It is also the first temple where Link meets the dreaded Wallmaster, a classic enemy who previously appeared in the likes of Skull Woods, another forest-themed dungeon filled with the undead.
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Ocarina Of Time Forest Temple

The Forest Temple is an eerie, complex temple filled with strange puzzles and other features designed to confuse its explorers, such as an array of switches which have the ability to twist entire hallways in an unnatural manner, rearranging the very dungeon, making walls become floors. It one of the few dungeons in the Zelda series whose structure can be altered in this manner (for other examples, see the Eagle’s Tower and the Stone Tower Temple). The dungeon’s interior design is reminiscent of a mansion or castle, with portraits hanging in certain rooms and quaint red carpets decorating the floor. This is also one of the few dungeons that has open-air elements, walled gardens are found on the east and west sides of the dungeon, connected by two wells. Most of its rooms and corridors are covered with moss and vines, and many hold enemies like the Skulltula and Deku Baba, but most of the threats Link will encounter in this dungeon are of the undead variety, be it spirits or skeletons.
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Ocarina Of Time Forest Temple

After completing the Forest Temple you can go back to the Temple of Time, go back 7 years and learn Epona’s Song if you missed it. You have to go to the Kakariko Graveyard, not the Kakariko Forest.
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Ocarina Of Time Forest Temple

When Link awakens from his seven-year slumber in the Sacred Realm and acquires the Light Medallion from Rauru, the mysterious Sheik tells Link that he must now awaken the remaining five sages, the first of which can be found in a temple in the forest. Sheik tells Link he should know who that sage is. Sheik tells Link that he requires a special item to be able to enter the temple and is advised to go to Kakariko Village. Link finds the grave of Dampé the gravekeeper in the Kakariko Graveyard and enters the tomb. Inside, Link meets Dampé’s ghost, who asks Link to race him. After being able to keep up with him, Dampé presents Link with the Hookshot.
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You’ll appear inside the Chamber of Sages in the Temple of Light once again, along with the Sage of Forest, Saria. This part is sad, I just get this feeling like she’s trapped here all alone for the greater good of everyone else… Aww… Anyway, she’ll make insinuations like you both had feelings for each other and cough up the Forest Medallion. Woot.
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When Link enters the boss chamber in the Forest Temple, he must climb a set of stairs. When he reaches the top, he finds himself in a circular room. Identical paintings of a dirt trail leading through a dark forest with a castle in the background adorn the walls of the chamber, and all is quiet. It is not until Link attempts to walk back down the stairs that Phantom Ganon appears. Once the stairs are approached, a metal fence jolts out of the ground, impeding Link’s path.
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Go see Sheik at the Temple of Time to learn the Prelude of Light, a song that warps you back to the Temple of Time. Plus, you can now travel back and forth in time by returning the Master Sword to its pedestal.

Grand Hall Welcome to the Grand Hall, the main room of this temple. As you enter, you’ll witness a short clip with the four colorful Poe Sisters removing their flames and disappearing into the four corners of the temple. We’ll get to them in a minute. First off, head straight to the opposite side of the room, climb up the ledge and up the stairs. Right before you enter the door, snag the Skulltula directly to your right.
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Once she’s finally gone, you can enter the first temple. Before that however, there’s one more Skulltula we can get. It’s along one of the walls up high, only at night. If you wish to snag it, play the Sun’s Song to make it night, then the Minuet of Forest to be on the far end of the Meadow. Kill the Club Moblin again, then climb up the ladder at the end. Work your way left and use the Hookshot to claim the token.
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In many speedruns strength upgrades are either skipped entirely or left until the end of the run. This becomes a problem in the large room in the Forest Temple with the blocks you have to push, however it is easily bypassed. On the side of the green block that you are normally supposed to start pushing from with the small slants at the top, store a ground jump. Go to one of the sides of the blocks below the slant at the top and use your ground jump and you should be able to climb on top of it.
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The Forest Temple is a large labyrinth with many complex puzzles and Small Keys found in abstruse places. It is also the home of the four Poe Sisters, who have sealed the way to the boss’s lair by stealing the colored flame from four golden Torches. In order to return the flame, Link must first find the Fairy Bow, the dungeon’s main item. Once he has it, he can duel each Poe Sister, returning the flame each had stolen to its respective torch upon their defeat. Link can then solve a final puzzle to gain access to the boss lair, where Phantom Ganon resides.

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