How Do You Get To Animal Village?

Where is Marin after the animal village?

After Animal Village, Marin can be found on a broken bridge outside of Tal Tal Heights in Link’s Awakening..

How do you get to the mountain waterfall in Zelda?

Using the Angler Key to reveal the Angler’s Tunnel Entrance Go now to the mountain waterfall! A leap from the top and you will reach your goal! The mountain area in question is in the north-east of the map.

How do I get the nightmare key?

To get the Nightmare key in Bottle Grotto, the second dungeon in Zelda Link’s Awakening, you have to find your way to a room with three specific enemies: an imprisoned Pols’ Voice (the bunny-like creature), a Shrouded Stalfos (the skellington with the robe that looks like the Grim Reaper), and a Keese (aka a bat).

Lift the rock that is blocking your way and then head right to find the the entrance to Angler’s Tunnel. It might not appear like the entrance to a dungeon, but if you walk up to the key hole and toss in the Angler Key, the waterfall will disappear, revealing an entrance to the dungeon!

Marin (マリン, Marin?) is a character from The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening. Marin is a human girl who lives with her father, Tarin, in Mabe Village on Koholint Island.

Is Marin the Wind Fish?

Marin is a character who appears in the game Link’s Awakening. She is the daughter of Tarin and lives in Mabe Village on Koholint Island. Marin is a girl with a mischievous side who likes to sing the Ballad of the Wind Fish and enjoys staring at the ocean.

The Ghost’s house is located along the bottom of the map, almost directly in the middle. It’s just to the left of the Martha’s Bay warp pad. There are a number of ways to get there. From Toronbo Shores, head to the top right corner.

But if you’ve beaten the whole of Link’s Awakening without dying, you’ll then get a heartwarming Easter egg featuring Marin, Link’s crush and closest in-game ally. During your adventure, Marin tells you she wants nothing more than to leave Koholint herself, and will wish to the Windfish to make it happen.

How do you get to the desert in Zelda?

To reach Yarna Desert, head south from Kenalet Castle’s gates. As the path splits south and right, it’s worth going right and up the hill to reach the Seashell Mansion. This is where, once you have enough Secret Seashell locations, you can earn various rewards, including an improved sword.

How do I move the Walrus in Zelda?

After you find Marin, you must bring her back to the Animal Village and then go back south to the walrus and interact with it to have Marin sing and wake it up. Once you do this, he will move out of the way and let you pass and make your way into Yarna Desert.

How do you get the Ballad of the Wind Fish?

“The Ballad of the Wind Fish” is the first song you can learn in Link’s Awakening. Marin will teach it to you once you have the Ocarina. Depending on where you are at in the story, she’ll either be in the Animal Village or by the Weather Vane in Mabe Village.

How do you get through the Yarna desert?

To get to Yarna Desert, you’ll have to pass through Animal Village. Starting from the shop in Mabe Village, head east. (If you go directly from Tarin’s bee adventure, also head east — you’re two arrows farther along on our map above.)

Is Marin Malon?

Marin is a more important character in her game than Malon is in her’s.

I’d have to say no link is not a villain given that it is confirmed to be a dream. Making koholint and all who inhabit in figments of this dream, and any form of sentience displayed by anyone other than link is nothing more than an illusion fabricated by the windfish’s (and possibly link’s) own subconscious.

How do I get to Angler’s Tunnel?

Find the Angler’s Tunnel entrance Back in that shallow stream, keep going right past the cave that led you to Papahl. You’ll pass a small waterfall, and then come to an area where the guardrail along the bottom is missing. Drop down there to find the entrance to Angler’s Tunnel.

Best answer: Yes! Whether you are new to the Zelda series or a long-time fan, Link’s Awakening has a decent-sized campaign and enough additional elements, like the Chamber Dungeons mini-quest, to warrant the $60 price tag.

Link dies in the Regular Ending but survives in the Good Ending. Seagulls rarely rarely venture far out in the sea, and Marin turns/gets reincarnated into one in the “Good” ending.

Most Zelda games end by showing shots of some of the people you helped along the way, and how their lives are so much better thanks to you. Link’s Awakening ends by showing all of the people who helped along the way, and how they are literally ceasing to exist because they were all a dream.