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GBC Zelda

There are now two new zelda games for GBC.


Click here for screenshots of the new Zelda Game; Oracle of Seasons.

These new games are called The Legend of Zelda;Oracle of Seasons And The Legend of Zelda;Oracle of Ages. These two games are connected by a password system. So if you beat SEASONS you get a password that if you put it in AGES your name will carry over you'll start with an extra heart container and you'll have a sword and shield when you normally start out with no weapons. If you beat AGES you'll earn a password that enables you to collect some magical rings and items you couldn't get before when you input the password into SEASONS And you'll again start with an extra heart container.Throughout the game you'll find a various collection of magical rings, each with it's own special power that cannot be used untill a jewler reveals it's power to you.


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Here is is a complete list of all 64 rings-most of the information here was given to me by Astroblue. If you want to use this information contact Astroblue at astroboy_blue@yahoo.com

When I say Randomly it meens you can get this ring from
-A Gasha Tree
-Running into Maple
-The treasure chest game
# 1
Name: Friendship Ring
Acquired: After getting the Ring Box from Vasu.
Desc.: Symbol of a meeting
Comments: No effects just a momento of your meeting with Vasu.

# 2
Name: Power Ring L-1
Acquired: Randomly
Desc.: Sword damage > Damage taken >
Comments:

# 3
Name: Power Ring L-2
Acquired: Randomly
Desc.: Sword damage >> Damage taken >>
Comments:

# 3
Name: Power Ring L-3
Acquired: From the Hero's Cave (Password)
Desc.: Sword damage >>> Damage taken >>>
Comments:

# 5
Name: Armor Ring L-1
Acquired: Ages Only
Desc.: Damage taken < Sword power <
Comments: Extremely useful ring. The best part is that enemies that only
cause a quarter heart damage will cause no damage if they only hit
you once! Very useful for dungeons. However, there are obviously
better Defense Rings...

# 6
Name: Armor Ring L-2
Acquired: Goron Mountain, In the second floor of Goron Village fly over the
lava with Roc's Cape then bomb the weak rocks and open the chest for
it.
Desc.: Damage taken << Sword power <<
Comments:

# 7
Name: Armor Ring L-3
Acquired: Ages Only
Desc.: Damage taken <<< Sword power <<<
Comments:

# 8
Name: Red Ring
Acquired: From the Old Golden Man (see the Side-Quests Section).
Desc.: Sword damage 2
Comments:

# 9
Name: Blue Ring
Acquired: Ages Only
Desc.: Damage taken=1/2
Comments:

# 10
Name: Green Ring
Acquired: Randomly
Desc.: Sword damage > Damage taken <
Comments:

# 11
Name: Cursed Ring
Acquired: Randomly
Desc.: 1/2 Sword damage Damage taken 2
Comments:

# 12
Name: Expert's Ring
Acquired: Randomly
Desc.: Punch when not equipped
Comments:

# 13
Name: Blast Ring
Acquired: Randomly
Desc.: Bomb damage >
Comments: Bomb power increased. (Roughly 25% more power).

# 14
Name: Rang Ring L-1
Acquired: Fall into the sand whirlpool in the far south-western corner of
Samasa Desert. Then dive in the deep water and make you way through
the Grotto to the other end then go up the stairs and open the chest
for the ring.
Desc.: Boomerang damage >
Comments: Boomerang power increased a little.

# 15
Name: GBA Time Ring
Acquired: Advance Shop in Oracle of Ages
Desc.: Life Advanced!
Comments: A very mysterious ring that can only be found in the Advance Shop.

# 16
Name: Maple's Ring
Acquired: Randomly
Desc.: Maple meetings >
Comments: Maple appears more frequently. Use if you are missing some of the
Rings she drops or you need

# 17
Name: Steadfast Ring
Acquired: From a chest in Level 8 - Sword & Shield Maze/Dungeon
Desc.: Get knocked back less
Comments:

# 18
Name: Pegasus Ring
Acquired: Ages Only
Desc.: Lengthen Pegasus Seed effect
Comments:

# 19
Name: Toss Ring
Acquired: Randomly
Desc.: Throwing distance >
Comments:

# 20
Name: Heart Ring L-1
Acquired: Via the Temple Secret
Desc.: Slowly recover lost Hearts
Comments:


# 21
Name: Heart Ring L-2
Acquired: Randomly
Desc.: Recover lost Hearts
Comments:

# 22
Name: Swimmer's Ring
Acquired: Via the Swimmer's Secret
Desc.: Swimming speed >
Comments:

# 23
Name: Charge Ring
Acquired: Randomly
Desc.: Spin Attack charges quickly
Comments:

# 24
Name: Light Ring L-1
Acquired: Ages Only
Desc.: Sword beams at -2 Hearts
Comments: Relatively useful if you absolutely must have the sword beams.
Obviously there's a L-2 ring, which probably makes the requirements
for hearts even less, so wait for that.

# 25
Name: Light Ring L-2
Acquired: Ages Only
Desc.: Sword beams at -3 Hearts
Comments:

# 26
Name: Bomber's Ring
Acquired: Ages Only
Desc.: Set two Bombs at once
Comments:

# 27
Name: Green Luck Ring
Acquired: Randomly
Desc.: 1/2 damage from traps
Comments:

# 28
Name: Blue Luck Ring
Acquired: Randomly
Desc.: 1/2 damage from beams
Comments:

# 29
Name: Gold Luck Ring
Acquired: Randomly
Desc.: 1/2 damage from falls
Comments:

# 30
Name: Red Luck Ring
Acquired: Randomly
Desc.: 1/2 damage from spiked floors
Comments:

# 31
Name: Green Holy Ring
Acquired: Randomly
Desc.: No damage from electricity
Comments:

# 32
Name: Blue Holy Ring
Acquired: Randomly
Desc.: No damage from Zora's fire
Comments:

# 33
Name: Red Holy Ring
Acquired: Ages Only
Desc.: No damage from small rocks
Comments: Small rock damage nulled.

# 34
Name: Snowshoe Ring
Acquired: Ages Only
Desc.: No sliding on ice
Comments:

# 35
Name: Roc's Ring
Acquired: Randomly
Desc.: Cracked floors don't crumble
Comments:

# 36
Name: Quicksand Ring
Acquired: Change the season to Autumn using the tree stump above Mrs. Ruul's
Villa, then make your way over the other side of the lake (east) to
where there are some mushrooms. Pick them the head right and enter
the cave. Now make you way through the grotto to the chest with the
ring.
Desc.: No sinking in quicksand
Comments: Prevents Link getting suck into sand whirpools.

# 37
Name: Red Joy Ring
Acquired: Randomly
Desc.: Beasts drop double Rupees
Comments:

# 38
Name: Blue Joy Ring
Acquired: Save Zelda from the Great Moblin (Linked Game Only)
Desc.: Beasts drop double Hearts
Comments: Pretty darn useful! Of course, I'd rather have a Ring that prevents
damage, but this Ring does help replenish your health faster.

# 39
Name: Gold Joy Ring
Acquired: Ages Only
Desc.: Find double items
Comments: Pretty darn useful! Of course, I'd rather have a Ring that prevents
damage, but this Ring does help replenish your health faster.

# 40
Name: Green Joy Ring
Acquired: From a Cave in Mt. Cucco.
Desc.: Find double Ore Chunks
Comments:

# 41
Name: Discovery Ring
Acquired: From a chest in Level 1 - Gnarled Root Dungeon
Desc.: Sense soft earth nearby
Comments: A tone will sound whenever there is a Gasha Soil location on the
screen. Not the most useful ring around. However, some soil
locations are well hidden, so have it equipped if you have a Ring
Box that holds more than one ring.

# 42
Name: Rang Ring L-2
Acquired: Randomly
Desc.: Boomerang damage >>
Comments:

# 43
Name: Octo Ring
Acquired: In the cave one screen below Mrs. Ruul's Villa (You need Zora's
Flippers to get to it.
Desc.: Become an Octorok
Comments:

# 44
Name: Moblin Ring
Acquired: Change the season to Autumn using the tree stump one screen right
from the entrance of the Snake's Remains, then drop/climb down and
pick the Mushrooms out of the way and enter the cave. Then use the
North Polarity on the Magnetic Pole to take Link over the gap to the
chest with the ring.
Desc.: Become a Moblin
Comments:

# 45
Name: Like Like Ring
Acquired: Randomly
Desc.: Beacome a Like Like
Comments:

# 46
Name: Subrosian Ring
Acquired: Randomly
Desc.: Become a Subrosian
Comments:

# 47
Name: First Gen Ring
Acquired: Randomly
Desc.: Become something
Comments: Changes the sprites used for Link to the original sprites used in
the first Legend of Zelda for the Nintendo Entertainment System.

# 48
Name: Spin Ring
Acquired: Ages Only Randomly
Desc.: Double Spin Attack
Comments:

# 49
Name: Bombproof Ring
Acquired: Randomly
Desc.: No damage from your own Bombs
Comments: Not the most useful ring, unless, of course, you're in a place where
Bombs play an important role. It's most useful for enemies that can
only be killed by Bombs but move far too fast to time your Bomb
throw easily.

# 50
Name: Energy Ring
Acquired: Randomly
Desc.: Beam replaces Spin Attack
Comments: Vary useful if you dont have noble sword.

# 51
Name: Dbl. Edge Ring
Acquired: Randomly
Desc.: Sword damage > but you get hurt
Comments:

# 52
Name: GBA Nature Ring
Acquired: Advance Shop in Oracle of Seasons
Desc.: Life advanced!
Comments: A very mysterious ring that can only be found in the Advance Shop.


# 53
Name: Slayer's Ring
Acquired: From Vasu after killing 100 monsters.
Desc.: 1000 beasts slain
Comments:

# 54
Name: Rupee Ring
Acquired: From Vasu after collecting 10,000 Rupees in total (collectively).
Desc.: 10,000 Rupees collected
Comments:

# 55
Name: Victory Ring
Acquired: After inputting the "Hero's Secret" it will be in your Ring List.
Desc.: The Evil King Ganon defeated
Comments:

# 56
Name: Sign Ring
Acquired: Destroy 100 sign's then go to the "Sign-Loving Subrosian's Home" to
receive the ring.
Desc.: 100 signs broken
Comments:

# 57
Name: 100th Ring
Acquired: From Vasu after he appraises 100 of your rings.
Desc.: 100 rings appraised
Comments:

# 58
Name: Whisp Ring
Acquired: Randomly
Desc.: No effect from jinxes
Comments:

# 59
Name: Gasha Ring
Acquired: Randomly
Desc.: Grow great Gasha Trees
Comments: Increases the speed of growth & the reward from Gasha Fruit.

# 60
Name: Peace Ring
Acquired: Randomly
Desc.: No explosion if holding Bomb
Comments: If your holding a bomb it wont blow up until you throw it.

# 61
Name: Zora Ring
Acquired: Randomly
Desc.: Dive without breathing
Comments: Allows you to stay under water forever!

# 62
Name: Fist Ring
Acquired: Dig the dirt patch with the Shovel one screen to the left of the
chest you get the Blue Ore in.
Desc.: Punch when not equipped
Comments: When link has no items equipped pressing A or B will make him punch

# 63
Name: Whimsical Ring
Acquired: Randomly
Desc.: Sword damage < Sometimes deadly
Comments:

# 64
Name: Protection Ring
Acquired: Randomly
Desc.: Damage taken is always one Heart
Comments: This can be very useful against some of the tougher bosses and
enemies that take away more than one heart. However, make sure not
to equip it against weak enemies!

Legend of Zelda Link's Awakening.

Objective: Recover eight Instumentsof the Sirens to wake the Wind Fish and bring peace to Koholint Island.
Story summery:In his quest to rouse Princess Zelda from an unnatural slumber, it was necessary for Link to use his raft to cross the Great Sea to reach Eastern Hyrule. During the crossing, Link became hopelessly sidetracked and found himself shipwrecked on Koholint Island. While on the island, Link helped its inhabitants by waking the Wind Fish. The magical effects of waking the Wind Fish caused the entire ordeal to remain clouded forever in Link's memory, and he never quite knew whether he had dreamed the entire adventure, or whether he had once again,slipped into a parallel universe.

Full Story:In his quest to rouse Princess Zelda from an unnatural slumber, it was necessary for Link to use his raft to cross the Great Sea to reach Eastern Hyrule. During the crossing, Link became hopelessly sidetracked and found himself wrapped up in a completely new quest.

During his crossing, Link encountered a terrible storm and became shipwrecked on Koholint Island. Even though his mind was distracted by thoughts of Princess Zelda, Link's heart was touched by the plight of the people on the island.

A young woman named Marin had found Link on the beach, and brought him to her ocean-side home to heal. From Tarin, Marin's father, Link learned that evil creatures had appeared shortly after his arrival. Then, when Link returned to the beach to retrieve his sword, an owl flapped down beside him and told him the strangest story he had ever heard.

According to the wise old bird, Link was the hero who had come to wake the Wind Fish, which lived in a giant egg at the top of a mountain range called Tal Tal Heights. The owl told Link that he couldn't leave until that task had been completed. Link was determined to do whatever he could to assist the people and animals which lived on Koholint Island, so he set out on a quest to recover all eight Instruments of the Sirens with which he could solve the riddle of the Wind Fish.

A portion of Link's heart was happy to participate in this adventure, because he had secretly been fearing what he would find in Eastern Hyrule. Another part of him felt ashamed for abandoning Princess Zelda. He had never before experienced contradictory feelings like this, but since his raft had been destroyed in the shipwreck he was given little choice.

Link was surprised at the extreme danger and hostile enemies he encountered on the small island, but with great effort he succeeded in his quest to wake the Wind Fish.

The magical effects of waking the Wind Fish caused the entire ordeal to remain forever clouded in Link's memory, and he never quite knew whether he had dreamed the entire adventure, or whether he had once again slipped into a parallel universe. Did Koholint Island truly exist?

Many of the names of the people he met and the places he went were inspired by his very first adventure when he was just a boy. Regardless of the circumstances, the quest had seemed very real to Link and he discovered that he still had a lot of work to do when he landed in Eastern Hyrule.

Undoubtedly, this experience had cleared Link's mind and prepared him for the epic struggle he was about to face.

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