How to find the blue ring in the legend of zelda

The Legend of Zelda

The Legend of Zelda (NES)

Where can I find The Blue ring in Legend of zelda?

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I would assume you’re talking about the first quest. If so, from where you start the game, go up one screen, left 3 screens, and up 3 screens. When you get there, you’ll need to touch the middle statue in the higher row. This will reveal a staircase that will take you to the shop where you can buy the blue ring for a whopping 250 rupees.

As for the second quest, from where you start the game, go right 4 screens, up two screens, right two screens, up 4 screens, and right two screens. This will bring you to an area with a bunch of peahats (those floating things that are only vulnerable when they stop) and some green trees, one of which you can enter to play the money making game. You will actually have to walk through the wall to the north (not certain of which point, but it’s near the open tree.) and you will find a cave you can enter that contains the blue ring shop. This same cave contains a 100 rupee bonus in the first quest, so you should come here in the first quest, as well.

Anyway, I hope you find this info helpful and good luck with the rest of your game!

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Link463’s answer is perfect.

Be advised that the Blue Ring reduces enemy damage by one half. So it is an excellent defensive item that is yours to keep. If you don’t have enough rupees (250), try looking for money hidden under bushes and inside caves all over the world map. It is strongly recommended that you have the Blue Ring before attempting Level 5, although if you get it earlier, it can only help you.

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  • Platform:NES
  • Genre:Action Adventure » Open-World
  • Developer/Publisher:Nintendo
  • Release:August 22, 1987
  • Also Known As:Zelda no Densetsu 1 (JP), Zelda no Densetsu 1: The Hyrule Fantasy (JP), A Lenda de Zelda (SA)
  • Franchise:Legend of Zelda

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Item Shop (The Legend of Zelda)
Underneath a Sarcophagus Statue in the Sea of No Return, just southeast of the entrance to the Ancient Tomb. (Oracle of Ages)

250 Rupees (The Legend of Zelda)

Reduces the damage inflicted by an enemy by half [1] [2]

The Blue Ring is a Magical Ring that Link can acquire in The Legend of Zelda and Oracle of Ages, which reduces the damage he takes by half.

Contents

  • 1 The Legend of Zelda
  • 2 Oracle Games
    • 2.1 Oracle of Ages
    • 2.2 Oracle of Seasons
  • 3 Non-Canon Appearances
    • 3.1 BS The Legend of Zelda
  • 4 References

The Legend of Zelda

The Blue Ring can be bought from a travelling Merchant in one of his secret Item Shops. It costs 250 Rupees, making it the most expensive item in the game. When purchased by Link, this item changes his outfit from green to a light blue color. This altered tunic cuts all damage dealt to Link by enemies in half. [1] This item can be purchased as soon as Link has collected 250 Rupees; no completion of any dungeon is necessary. Furthermore, it is a completely optional item.

Once acquired, Link cannot revert to his green outfit during the playthrough.

Oracle Games

Oracle of Ages

While progressing through the Ancient Tomb, Link acquires the dungeon item, the Power Glove. This item allows Link to lift large objects, including the blue Sarcophagus Statues that are found just outside the Ancient Tomb within the Sea of No Return.

At the east end of the Sea of No Return, there is a Sarcophagus Statue that is surrounded by several Blue Darknuts and Blue Lynels. Lift up this statue to reveal a Treasure Chest. Open it up to get a Seed Ring, which turns out to be the Blue Ring.

When equipped, the Blue Ring doubles the damage Link is willing to withstand. Unlike the Armor Ring L-2, which also doubles Link’s ability to withstand damage, the Blue Ring has no effect on the damage that Link does when he attacks enemies.

A similar ring affecting Link’s Strength can be acquired in the form of the Red Ring. There is another color-based ring that combines the effects of the Blue and Red Ring in the form of the Green Ring.

Oracle of Seasons

There is no way to acquire the ring in Oracle of Seasons alone, but it can be acquired by using the Ring Secret in a Linked Game. It functions in exactly the same way as Oracle of Ages if equipped.

Non-Canon Appearances

This section describes a subject that is or may be outside the core Zelda canon.

BS The Legend of Zelda

The Blue Ring is found in an Item Shop west of the dock to Level 4, and first becomes available after the hero has bought a Blue Candle at the beginning of Week 2. As standard it costs 250 rupees, but the Starting Screen cave Old Man casts a spell on merchants to temporarily reduce the price of all shop items, including the Blue Ring, to half price between 20 and 28 minutes into Week 2.

As in other games, it reduces damage taken by 50% compared to default.

You can jump right into Dungeon One if you like, but you can also grab an extra heart, stock pile some rupees, grab some handy gear, and learn enemy layout before you start. Its up to you.

Blue Ring

The blue ring costs 250 rupees, and is hidden in the upper right corner of map. To get there from the start of the game, travel:

Right 4 screens

Right 2 screens

Right 2 Screens.

There is a secret entrance to the shop on the upper tree line in the middle. Just push through along the middle of the tree line to find it, but don’t bother coming here without the 250 rupees!

Rupees

100 Rupees! There are two ponds side by side in the game, this screen is found south of the East pond (fairy location from Quest 1). You will need the Candle to burn the lower left green bush.

How to find the blue ring in the legend of zelda

30 rupees! Find the below screen from the starting screen by going right one screen, and up two. You will need a candle to burn the bush.

How to find the blue ring in the legend of zelda

30 rupees! Find the entrance one screen east of the northern most graveyard and west of the northwest warp point. It was the dungeon entrance in the first quest.

How to find the blue ring in the legend of zelda

30 rupees! From the first dungeon entrance, go one screen right (accross the bridge) and one screen down. You will need the candle.

How to find the blue ring in the legend of zelda

30 rupees! From the first dungeon entrance, go one screen right (accross the bridge) and one screen up. You will need the candle.

How to find the blue ring in the legend of zelda

30 rupees! From the northern desert, travel right two screens. You will need a bomb.

How to find the blue ring in the legend of zelda

30 rupees! From the northern desert, travel right two screens, and down one. You can also just go down one screen from the coins found above 😉

How to find the blue ring in the legend of zelda

10 rupees! There are several 10 coin locations scatered about, but whats the point in listing them all here. you can grab 10 coins by killing a few badies easy enough.

Not a bad idea to grab a key before you tackle the second/third dungeons. If you have the extra rupees (100).

You will need to have food for the 3rd dungeon, so not a bad idea to have it ready.

Power Braclet

Handy for pushing heavy bolders, and fast traveling around the map. It can be found in the same place as the First quest under the Armos Knight.

Letter

You need the letter to start buying potions, and gaining the ability to heal yourself without hearts or faries. Grab the letter in the second quest by pushing one of the rocks in the north/west most grove of dead trees. It is north of the grave yard, but if you start from the eastern graveyard exit you will work your way east a couple screens, then north, then east, then north, then west a couple screens, north one, and west a couple more. Then head south one screen. You will need the power braclet to move the bolder.

Hearts

There is only one heart you can grab before doing a couple dungeons, since the other non-dungeon hearts require a raft or flute. The one heart you can snag early is near the begining. From the starting screen go right 4 screens. Bomb the top wall 2 blocks in from the top right.

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What does the blue ring do on Zelda?

How to find the blue ring in the legend of zelda

The blue ring reduces the damage inflicted by the enemy by half, and the red ring reduces damage to one quarter. In The Legend of Zelda, Link can equip the Blue Ring to take half the amount of damage he would normally.

How do you get the blue ring in Zelda?

The Legend of Zelda The Blue Ring can be bought for 250 Rupees in a shop hidden underneath an Armos; in the First Quest, the shop is located in the southern parts of Hyrule, and in northeastern Hyrule in the Second Quest. When Link wears the Blue Ring, his previously green clothing turns a light blue.

How much is the blue ring in Legend of Zelda?

The Legend of Zelda The Blue Ring can be bought from a travelling Merchant in one of his secret Item Shops. It costs 250 Rupees, making it the most expensive item in the game.

How do you get the power ring in Legend of Zelda?

The Power Ring L-1 can be found in the Explorer’s Crypt in Oracle of Seasons and the Spirit’s Grave in Oracle of Ages. The Magic Ring can be appraised at Vasu Jewelers for 20 Rupees. When worn, it increases Sword damage while also increasing damage taken by Link.

What does the red ring do in Zelda?

The Red Ring has one use: it cuts down damage dealt to Link by enemies to a quarter compared to his original tolerance. This is shown through a change in Link’s tunic. The Red Ring changes his tunic to a brownish-reddish color, compared to the iconic green.

Where do I get the blue flame in breath of the wild?

How to get the blue flame to Hateno Ancient Tech Lab. Grab the torch by the front door and glide off the cliff to the waypoint on the map, which takes you just north of the village. At the blue flame furnace there, light your torch.

What’s red ring of death on Xbox?

Three red lights on the Xbox 360’s ring indicator representing a “General Error requiring service of the Console or Power Adapter,” commonly nicknamed the “Red Ring of Death.” The three red lights on the Ring of Light indicate that a General Hardware Failure error occurred.

What does the Red Ring in Zelda do?

The Red Ring has one use: it cuts down damage dealt to Link by enemies to a quarter compared to his original tolerance. This is shown through a change in Link’s tunic. In the Second Quest, the Red Ring is still found in the final dungeon of the game.

How do you get the blue flame back?

To carry the blue flame you must equip any wooden tool or weapon and use it as a torch. Once your torch is light, light the lantern throughout town all the way back to the professors lab which wil conclude Locked Mementos.

How do you get blue flame without a torch?

You don’t have to use torches – any wooden weapon will work. For example, a Bokoblin club. The sturdier the weapon, the longer it will last.

How do you get the blue ring in Legend of Zelda?

The Legend of Zelda In The Legend of Zelda, Link can equip the Blue Ring to take half the amount of damage he would normally. In the First Quest, it can be purchased for 250 Rupees in a Shop within a Cave accessed through a staircase hidden beneath an Armos.

Where can I find the blue ring in the second quest?

In the Second Quest, it is sold for 250 Rupees in a different location in the northeastern portion of Hyrule. While Link has the Blue Ring equipped, his tunic is white.

How do you get the blue ring in Dark Souls 2?

Appraise the ring. Go to Vasu the Jeweler’s shop found in Horon Village, right at the middle of the game map. Talk to him, and he will appraise the unknown ring you found for 20 Rupees, turning it into the Blue Ring.

Where can I find the blue ring in the Oracle?

The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages and Seasons. In Oracle of Ages, the Blue Ring can be found in a Treasure Chest located directly southeast of the Ancient Tomb. The chest is located underneath a large statue that requires the Power Glove to lift. The effect of the Blue Ring is similar to the Armor Rings, but unlike those,…

The Red Ring is available for only ten minutes during Week 4, between 25 and 35 past the hour, before Ganon takes it to prevent the hero from obtaining it. In MAP1, it is found by burning a the left of a pair of bushes in a clearing, one screen north of Level 3.

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What does the ring do in Legend of Zelda?

The Blue Ring is a recurring item in the Legend of Zelda series. It is a ring set with a large blue stone; when worn, it reduces the amount of damage dealt to Link by half.

How do you get the Red Candle in Zelda NES?

The Red Candle is an upgrade to the Blue Candle that can be obtained in Level 7 of the First Quest and the Second Quest. When used, the Red Candle will emit a temporary red Fire to a short distance in front of Link, which can illuminate dark rooms within Dungeons and damage certain enemies.

What does the red ring do?

Three red lights on the Xbox 360’s ring indicator representing a “General Error requiring service of the Console or Power Adapter,” commonly nicknamed the “Red Ring of Death.”

How many rings does Zelda have?

There are 64 Rings in a total, many are found within specific locations of particular games. Other are randomly found by bumping into Maple, inside of a Gasha Nut, or through a Fortune Link. Rings that are exclusive to one game can be transferred to the other game using the Ring Secret.

What does the ring do in Legend of Zelda?

The Blue Ring is a recurring item in the Legend of Zelda series. It is a ring set with a large blue stone; when worn, it reduces the amount of damage dealt to Link by half.

How do you get the blue ring in Legend of Zelda?

The Blue Ring can be bought from the secret shop here for 250 Rupees. Approach the secret shop merchant, and talk to him to purchase and obtain the Blue Ring.

How do you get the Red Candle in Zelda NES?

The Red Candle is an upgrade to the Blue Candle that can be obtained in Level 7 of the First Quest and the Second Quest. When used, the Red Candle will emit a temporary red Fire to a short distance in front of Link, which can illuminate dark rooms within Dungeons and damage certain enemies.

How many rings are in The Legend of Zelda?

There are 64 Rings in a total, many are found within specific locations of particular games. Other are randomly found by bumping into Maple, inside of a Gasha Nut, or through a Fortune Link. Rings that are exclusive to one game can be transferred to the other game using the Ring Secret.

What does the ring do in Zelda?

The Blue Ring is a recurring item in the Legend of Zelda series. It is a ring set with a large blue stone; when worn, it reduces the amount of damage dealt to Link by half.

Where is the ring in Legend of Zelda?

How many rings are in The Legend of Zelda?

There are 64 Rings in a total, many are found within specific locations of particular games. Other are randomly found by bumping into Maple, inside of a Gasha Nut, or through a Fortune Link. Rings that are exclusive to one game can be transferred to the other game using the Ring Secret.

How do you get the red ring in Legend of Zelda?

In Oracle of Seasons, the Red Ring can be obtained from an Old Man in North Horon after defeating all four Golden Monsters in Holodrum. The Magic Ring can be appraised at Vasu Jewelers for 20 Rupees. When worn, it doubles Sword damage.

How do you get the red candle in Legend of Zelda?

The Red Candle is an item from The Legend of Zelda. It is found in Level 7. It functions as a higher level version of the Blue Candle, serving to burn bushes in the Overworld to reveal hidden staircases and illuminate dark rooms in dungeons.

Where do you get the candle in Zelda?

The Candle is an item from Zelda II: The Adventure of Link. Link finds it in the Parapa Palace, guarded by an orange Iron Knuckle. The candle automatically lights caves and without the candle, the caves are so dark that the enemies within are invisible, making the longer ones exceptionally difficult to cross.

Where is the red candle in Zelda second quest?

The Red Candle, similarly to most items in the game, is found a side-scrolling section that can be entered via a staircase.

What does the power bracelet do in Zelda NES?

The Power Bracelet is a recurring item in the Legend of Zelda series. This magical bracelet, when worn, bestows great strength to its wearer, allowing Link to grab and pick up objects he cannot pick up with his bare hands.

What does the ring do in Legend of Zelda?

The Blue Ring is a recurring item in the Legend of Zelda series. It is a ring set with a large blue stone; when worn, it reduces the amount of damage dealt to Link by half.

Where is the Red Ring in Legend of Zelda?

In Oracle of Seasons, the Red Ring can be obtained from an Old Man in North Horon after defeating all four Golden Monsters in Holodrum. The Magic Ring can be appraised at Vasu Jewelers for 20 Rupees. When worn, it doubles Sword damage.

How do you get the Red Ring in Oracle of Ages?

The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages and Oracle of Seasons The Red Ring can be obtained after defeating the Golden Darknut, Golden Lynel, Golden Moblin and Golden Octorok. After defeating them, Link must use the stump east of Gnarled Root Dungeon to change the season to summer.

How many rings does Zelda have?

There are 64 Rings in a total, many are found within specific locations of particular games. Other are randomly found by bumping into Maple, inside of a Gasha Nut, or through a Fortune Link. Rings that are exclusive to one game can be transferred to the other game using the Ring Secret.

How many rings does Zelda have?

There are 64 Rings in a total, many are found within specific locations of particular games. Other are randomly found by bumping into Maple, inside of a Gasha Nut, or through a Fortune Link. Rings that are exclusive to one game can be transferred to the other game using the Ring Secret.

What do the rings do in Zelda?

The Legend of Zelda Manual Comment The blue ring reduces the damage inflicted by the enemy by half, and the red ring reduces damage to one quarter. In The Legend of Zelda, Link can equip the Blue Ring to take half the amount of damage he would normally.

What does blue ring do Legend of Zelda?

The Blue Ring is a Magical Ring that Link can acquire in The Legend of Zelda and Oracle of Ages, which reduces the damage he takes by half.

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What does the Red Ring do in Zelda NES?

The Red Ring has one use: it cuts down damage dealt to Link by enemies to a quarter compared to his original tolerance. This is shown through a change in Link’s tunic. The Red Ring changes his tunic to a brownish-reddish color, compared to the iconic green.

How do you get the blue ring in Zelda NES?

Go to Vasu the Jeweler’s shop found in Horon Village, right at the middle of the game map. Talk to him, and he will appraise the unknown ring you found for 20 Rupees, turning it into the Blue Ring.

What does the red candle do in Zelda?

The Red Candle is an upgrade to the Blue Candle that can be obtained in Level 7 of the First Quest and the Second Quest. When used, the Red Candle will emit a temporary red Fire to a short distance in front of Link, which can illuminate dark rooms within Dungeons and damage certain enemies.

Can Master Sword break?

The Master Sword breaks, but it doesn’t break like any other weapon in Breath of the Wild. Instead, its power drains. After several minutes, you can use it again. If you’re looking for the Master Sword, check out our guide.

Where is Power Bracelet in Zelda NES?

Bottle Grotto
The Power Bracelet is found in the second dungeon, Bottle Grotto. It allows Link to pick up heavy objects like pots, rocks and skulls, as well as some enemies.

How do I get the White Sword in Legend of Zelda?

The Legend of Zelda It can be obtained once Link has five Hearts in his Life Gauge. The White Sword does twice as much damage as the original Sword. Link is given the White Sword by the White Sword-Giving Old Man in a cave in the northeast of Hyrule near a waterfall, which is guarded by a Lynel.

How do you get the red ring in Legend of Zelda?

In Oracle of Seasons, the Red Ring can be obtained from an Old Man in North Horon after defeating all four Golden Monsters in Holodrum. The Magic Ring can be appraised at Vasu Jewelers for 20 Rupees. When worn, it doubles Sword damage.

Where can I get a blue ring?

The Blue Ring can be bought for 250 Rupees in a shop hidden underneath an Armos; in the First Quest, the shop is located in the southern parts of Hyrule, and in northeastern Hyrule in the Second Quest. When Link wears the Blue Ring, his previously green clothing turns a light blue.

How do you get the Power Bracelet in Zelda NES?

In The Legend of Zelda, the Power Bracelet is obtained by activating an Armos in the northwestern region of Hyrule, either destroying it or tricking it to move from on top of it. Through the Power Bracelet, it is possible to push rocks on the overworld aside, revealing secrets.

How many heart containers are in The Legend of Zelda?

The Legend of Zelda features 13 heart containers scattered across Hyrule. Eight of them will be obtained from defeating bosses; another five appear in secret locations across the map. This page shows the location of the extra five Heart Containers for the First Quest, as well as the locations for the Second Quest further down.

What is The Legend of Zelda?

Welcome to The Legend of Zelda! This is the original adventure that kicked off an epic franchise. This guide covers the original NES version of the game released in North America, so be aware there may be regional differences. This guide is intended to be thorough and comprehensive as I can make it.

How many hidden hearts are there in Hyrule?

However, there are five hidden heart containers scattered throughout Hyrule’s Overworld. The following is a guide to the Hidden Hearts Five. Note: You can get these hearts in any order, as long as you have the requisite item.

Can you still find everything hidden away in Zelda games?

Over thirty years later, most fans still haven’t found everything hidden away in The Legend of Zelda or The Adventure of Link for the NES. Finding hidden elements in a game will always feel special to the players discovering them.

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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is an enormous open-world game on the Nintendo Switch and Wii U. This guide and walkthrough will show you everything you need to know from the locations and solutions for every shrine to Captured Memories, the best meal in the game, The Master Trials DLC and more.

In this The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild guide, we’ll show you how to find Takama Shiri shrine in the West Barrens of the Gerudo Desert. You’ll need to find this shrine as part of the EX Champion Urbosa’s Song main story quest.

The Champions’ Ballad adds a new main story quest for you to take on after you’ve tamed all four Divine Beasts. The first stage of EX The Champions’ Ballad presents you with a new series of challenges on the Great Plateau. After that, you must complete a series of challenges for each of the Champions.

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To begin EX Champion Urbosa’s Song, you must find the stone monument with hints to the three trial locations. The monument’s location was marked on your map when the One-Hit Obliterator split apart.

The stone monument is in the high mountains on the far eastern edge of Hyrule’s southwestern desert in a location named East Gerudo Mesa. It’s to the east of Divine Beast Van Naboris and north of Suma Sahma shrine. It’s slightly easier and quicker (and downhill) to warp to Suma Sahma and then start trekking north. Shield surf past any enemies that pop up (or fight them if you want), then paraglide across the gap to land on the pillar where the stone monument sits.

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The stone monument displays three satellite-looking images of the nearby area, and Kass’ song gives you hints about what you’ll be doing there. With a little detective work and your map (or just by looking at the image above), you’ll be able to find the approximate locations of your trials.

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To reveal this shrine, you’ll need a sand seal (and a shield). Warp to Daqo Chisay shrine in front of Gerudo Town. You can borrow one of the sand seals right out front, or you can go into town and rent one.

Once you’re surfing behind your seal, turn and head northwest. Once you pass the town completely, turn a little more west (about where Kilton’s Fang and Bone is). You’ll see the first ring sitting in the sand.

This course isn’t really tricky, but the rings are far apart, so you’ll have to keep mashing the dash button to spur your seal along. The shrine will appear in the ruins in the northwest corner of the Gerudo Desert.

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There are two ways to complete this shrine.

The first is to protect yourself from being electrocuted and, essentially, brute force your way through. You can use the rubber set or the thunder helm to do this, or make an electro elixir (some electric darners and a monster part). All of the steps below will still apply if you’re immune to electricity, but we’re going to lay out how to do it if you don’t have any way to protect yourself.

  1. Walk forward and use magnesis to arrange the two metal blocks into a bridge. Place the blocks toward the left side of the platform so they don’t become electrified. Cross over to the far side — where the closed grate is — then turn around. Move both blocks over to the left so they complete the circuit and open the door.
  2. In the next room, don’t step on the first metal block yet — it’s electrified. Move the second metal block as far away from you as you can, then use the first block to follow the catwalk around to the right.
  3. Before you get out of range, turn around and grab the first metal block again. Swing it all the way to your right, pushing the other block on its rail against the wall below the exit.
  4. Follow the catwalk around to the end. Grab the leftmost block on the far rail — the one right in front of the power supply — and push both blocks against the righthand wall. This should break the circuit and let you cross to the other platform.
  5. On the other platform, turn around. Grab the first block on each rail and slide them right to complete the circuit. This leaves the other two blocks as a walkway for you to exit the room. Head up the stairs into the next room.
  6. There are two circuits in this room. The first one we’ll turn on is for the treasure chest. Move the right block on the middle rail left about one block-width — so that it’s still getting power from the bottom. Move the left block on the middle rail to the right until it’s just barely touching the right block.
  7. Move the left block on the bottom rail to the right until it’s getting power from the others. That should complete the circuit for the chest. Run behind the metal blocks and through the hallway. Open the chest for a quick shot royal bow.
  8. Return to the front of the room. Move both blocks on the middle rail all the way to the right. Move the right block on the bottom rail one width to the left — so that it’s disconnected from the power, but still lets you climb. Climb up on top of the second row of blocks, then turn right. Follow the catwalk around to the front of the room.
  9. Slide both blocks on the bottom rail all the way to the right.
  10. Slide both blocks on the middle rail to the middle — this should complete the circuit for the exit. It will look like stairs going up and to the left.
  11. This leaves the right block on the top rail unpowered so you can climb it up and out.
  12. Head through the door and claim your Naboris’s emblem from the monk.

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild guide and walkthrough

Check out our full Breath of the Wild guide to find everything in the game and its DLC.

To begin collecting Rings, visit the jewellery store in Lynna City and talk to the owner, Vasu. He will give you an L-1 Ring Box. This can only hold one Ring at a time (the rest he stores for you); you can eventually get an L-2 Ring Box (holds 3 Rings) or an L-3 Ring Box (holds 5 Rings). Once you have the Ring Box Vasu gives you the File:Zelda Oracles Ring 01.png No. 1 Friendship Ring. He then teaches you how to appraise Rings. The first time his service is free, after that it’s 20 Rupees per Ring.

When you find Rings they will be unusable and appear as a mere number in your inventory beside the File:Zelda Oracles Ring 00.png icon. By returning to Vasu and having them appraise they become usable. You can only have one of each Ring in your collection; Vasu buys duplicates for 30 Rupees.

Once you have some Rings you can add them to your Ring Box by talking to Vasu and selecting “List”. To equip a Ring, go into your inventory and activate it; an “E” shows you the ring is equipped and in effect.

Except for a handful that are only acquired in certain places all Rings can be acquired by various methods, including:

  • Planting a Gasha Seed and collecting the resulting Gasha Nut
  • Bumping into Maple and stealing any Rings she drops
  • From the Chest Game in Lynna City

Rings can be transferred between games by the snake in Vasu’s jewellery shop. Talk to the Red Snake and he’ll give you a password to transfer the ring; alternatively, using a link cable, talk to the Blue Snake and the ring will be transferred directly. The Blue Snake can also randomly generate some rings if Link talks to it simultaneously in two linked Game Boys.

Contents

  • 1 Ring list
    • 1.1 Legend
    • 1.2 Table
  • 2 Ring boxes

37 rings can be obtained in either game, 9 in Oracle of Ages only, 9 in Oracle of Seasons only, 9 only in a linked game.

Legend Edit

Triangles represent the effect a ring has on your abilities.

  • ▲ – Up 25%
  • ▲▲ – Up 50 %
  • ▲▲▲ – Up 75%
  • ▼ – Down 25%
  • ▼▼ – Down 50%
  • ▼▼▼ -Down 75%

There are a lot of different rings with different effects, therefore choosing one can be difficult. Sorting the table by Effect, you will see at a glance rings with similar effect:

  • Attack: rings that improve or modify attack;
  • Defense: rings that either improve defense or help healing;
  • Items: rings that allow to get more or better items;
  • Movement: rings that improve abilities related to movement;
  • Void: rings with no effect.

Sorting rings by Location you will see at a glance which rings can be found in which game: both games, Oracle of Ages only (OoA), Oracle of Seasons only (OoS) or in a linked game only.

The “Effect” categories are not quotes from the game, but are used to clarify each ring’s bonuses and use. Sorting the Effect column alphabetically orders the rings by relevance. Each effect category includes a dozen rings: more categories could be confusing, less categories would make the ring sets confusingly big. For sorting purposes, the entries in the Effect column must start with one of the following: attack, defense, movement, items, void. The entries in the Location column must start with one of the following: OoA, OoS, Both, Link.

Many rings can be obtained from random sources, most notably the Gasha nuts. Different sources can provide rings of different rarity, from 1 (common) to 5 (rare):

  • Rarity tier 1: Gasha nut; Blue Snake; Treasure Chest game; Lynna city shop (300 R.).
  • Rarity tier 2: Gasha nut; Blue Snake; Treasure Chest game; Maple; Wild Tokay game.
  • Rarity tier 3: Gasha nut; Blue Snake; Treasure Chest game; Maple; Lynna village GBA shop.
  • Rarity tier 4: Gasha nut; Blue Snake.
  • Rarity tier 5: Gasha nut.

The Location column gives priority to the locations where it is easier to get the ring:

  1. If a ring is at a fixed location, all you have to do is get there and appraise it.
    These ring are marked as OoA or OoS or Both or Link (i.e. Linked game)
  2. If a ring is from a random effect (e.g. Gasha nuts), there is also a probability you get a different ring.
    These rings are marked as “Both, random“, unless they also fall in the category above.
  3. If a ring is from a mini-game prize, not only there is a probability you get a different ring, but also you need skill to obtain the ring.
    These rings are marked with the location of the mini-game, either OoA or OoS.

If you sort the table by Ring, rings with similar appearance will be displayed near each other.

The Second Quest is a much harder version of the game, where items are harder to find, some enemies are stronger and there are some new enemies, dungeons have different layouts, dungeons are more difficult to complete. This page explains how to start the Second Quest and what to do at the beginning.

How to Start the Second Quest

You can either win the game and press START after the credits roll to turn your saved game into a Second Quest slot, or you can create a new save slot with the name ZELDA to start the Second Quest right away.

Get the Wooden Sword

Go into the cave and get the wooden sword.

Get Bombs

Now you should get some bombs. Blue Moblins and Blue Octoroks drop them, so go east, then north twice, then keep going east until you start encountering Blue Moblins. Explore this green forest until you have some bombs from killing Blue Moblins.

Get 60 Rupees

There are some free rupees for the taking that will quickly get you to 60 rupees. You will need even more rupees soon, so get these rupees even if you already have 60 or are close to it.

If you are in the green forest as described in the “Get Bombs” section above, go to the northernmost area of the forest, where there are two armos statues. Touch the rightmost statue to make it move, then go down the stairs to get 30 rupees.

Go back outside. Go one screen north, then put a bomb on the wall to the right of the stairs. Go in to get 30 rupees.

Get the Blue Candle

From there, go south twice, then east, and touch the rightmost statue to reveal stairs. Go down to get 10 rupees. (You’ll need them soon.) Then go west, south, and east. Go into the cave and buy the Blue Candle.

Get More Rupees

You are going to need 250 rupees. Go west three times and use the Blue Candle to burn the bottom-left bush. Go down to get 10 rupees.

Go west five times and burn the bottom-left bush to get another 10 rupees.

Then go west, south, west two times, and north. Burn the bottom-most bush to get 100 rupees.

Go west twice and burn the bottom-right bush to get 10 rupees.

Go east four times, then south, then east four times, then north twice. Burn the upper-right bush in the corner to get 30 rupees.

Go north twice and burn the bottom-right bush to get 30 rupees.

You should have a lot of rupees by now. If you haven’t yet reached 250, go east and kill some red Leevers for a chance to get blue rupees, then go to the south-middle and southeast parts of the map to kill blue Tektites and red Leevers, both of which have a chance of dropping blue rupees.

Get the Blue Ring

Go to the southeast corner of the map, then go north until you can’t go north anymore. Follow the water’s edge until you reach the end of the water, and go east. You will see some trees. There is a secret passage north of the bottom-middle tree stump. Go up through the north wall there to find a hidden building. Go inside and get the Blue Ring.

Go to Dungeon 1

Now you should go to the big lake in the center of the map. On the east side of that lake, there is a bridge. Cross it and enter the tree to go to dungeon 1.

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Nintendo has set a strange new precedent with the release of Legend of Zelda SP on the Switch: it’s essentially the original NES game but with Link starts loaded up with good gear and cash. In a way it’s no different from a cheat code, but the way it’s executed feels like a missed opportunity.

The game itself (SP stands for “special”) is described by Nintendo in the menu as a “souped up version” of the original: “Living the life of luxury!” It’s a separate entry in the menu with all the other NES games you get as part of the company’s subscription service.

You’re given the white sword, big shield, blue ring and power bracelet, plus 255 rupees to replace that shield when a Like-like eats it. Basically they’ve given you all the stuff you can find on the overworld (including max bombs and keys), but no items you’d get from inside a dungeon. You also have six hearts, and traveling around a little bit I determined these were awarded by raiding nearby hidden areas, not simply assigned. Secret passages are already revealed, and so on.

Because it skips the title screen and save game selection it seems like someone must have essentially played through the game to this point (or more likely edited the values in game RAM) and then walked to the classic starting point and made a save state that automatically loads when you start or reset the game. This means the only way to save is to use the Switch’s built-in save states, not the rather inconvenient save method the game used.

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It’s plain enough that this will be a less frustrating way to explore this famously difficult game, but it seems untrue to Zelda’s roots. I understand perhaps gifting the player some of the impossible to find things like a heart hidden inside a random block here or there. Getting some bombs to start is great too, and maybe even the rings (warping is helpful, and the game is pretty punishing, so damage reduction is nice). But the white sword?

For one thing, a player experiencing the game this way misses out on one of the most iconic moments in all gaming — “It’s dangerous to go alone. Take this!” Then the ritual lifting of the wooden sword. And then setting out into the world to die again and again.

And for me, the white sword was always sort of a rite of passage in the game — your first big step toward becoming powerful. You earned it by finding those extra heart containers, perhaps after asking in vain after it before you were ready. Once you have it, you’re cutting through enemies like butter.

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To make it the default sword and to skip these steps seems like it causes the player to miss out on what makes Zelda Zelda.

To be fair, it’s not the only version of the game you can play — the original is available, too. But it seems like a missed opportunity. Why not just have a save game you can load with this stuff, so you can continue playing as normal? Why not have the option baked into the launch of the original Zelda — have a couple secret save states ready with differing levels of items?

Nintendo has the opportunity to introduce a new generation to classic NES games here, having provided a rather bare-bones experience with the NES Classic Edition. Why not enhance them? Include the manual, god mode, developer commentary? This is the legacy the company has been stewarding for decades, and what better than to give it the respect it deserves?

I’m probably overthinking it. But this Zelda SP just seems like a rushed job when players would appreciate something like it, just not so heavy-handed. It’s not that these games are inviolable, but that if they’re going to be fiddled with, we’d like to see it done properly.

Over 30 years ago, Nintendo launched the original “Legend of Zelda” — a sprawling, 8-bit epic that captured the hearts of millions of people around the world.

This week, Nintendo re-released the game in a brand new form: “The Legend of Zelda: Living the life of luxury!”

Better still, the game is free if you’re already a paying subscriber to Nintendo Switch Online — the $20/year service that offers access to a growing library of classic Nintendo Entertainment System games. The game was added as a “save state” within the standard, original version of “The Legend of Zelda.”

So, what in the world is it?

Nintendo called it a “souped-up” version of the original game. “You’ll start with a ton of rupees and items! You’ll begin with all equipment, including the White Sword, the Magical Shield, the Blue Ring, and even the Power Bracelet,” a description from Nintendo’s eShop said. For anyone not familiar, that means that the game’s main character, Link, will start the game with a load of in-game money (rupees) and powerful weapons. It’s kind of like playing the game with a cheat code that grants you a bunch of free stuff.

There’s also a second, more difficult version of the game, unlocked by completing the initial quest.

This “souped-up” version of a classic game is the first of many such versions coming to Nintendo Switch Online .

“Special save data for other NES titles will become available in the future, offering fun new entry points into fan-favorite games,” Nintendo said in an announcement Wednesday morning.

As of October, Nintendo Switch Online has 23 games — not including this new version of “The Legend of Zelda” — playable through its online library. Nintendo is promising to bring that total up to 29 by the end of 2018.

The subscription service launched in late September exclusively on Nintendo’s hybrid portable/home console, the Nintendo Switch. For $20/year, subscribers get access to a growing library of classic NES games, are able to play Switch games online, and can back up game saves to the cloud.

Take a look at this month’s three new games in this video:

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18k gold is 75% pure gold, and 25% other metal alloy. This creates a warmer tone to the pinkness than 14k. Very durable, has an extra fine color quality when seen on the hand.

Palladium White Gold:

An alloy of white gold and palladium ( a cousin metal to platinum, but more economical, not as dense). Not quite as brittle as white gold is, and not quite as common as 14k white.

Platinum is one of the whitest precious metals, and does not require rhodium plating to retain it’s whiteness. It has good resistance to wear and tear compared to white gold. Naturally hypoallergenic, platinum is a good choice for people who have metal allergy issues.

Platinum is one of the densest precious metals on the market, and will be noticeably heavier than comparable rings of the same size. Over time, your platinum jewelry may develop a natural patina, which can very quickly be re-polished back to it’s original shine. Platinum is one of the most secure ways to hold your stones in place, and holds it’s value over time very well.

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By Natalie Clayton published 2 March 22

The Lands Between are more of a link to Souls’ own past.

How to find the blue ring in the legend of zelda

Elden Ring’s open world is a triumph. What could have been an ill-informed case of bigger equals better turned out better than I could have hoped—From Software reframing what a Souls game can look like with a bleak, sprawling world that retains so much of what made previous games click.

But please, stop with the Zelda: Breath of the Wild comparisons, yeah?

I suppose it’s not entirely uncalled for. Over the past decade or so, open-world has gained a far more specific definition in the cultural consciousness than simply “map big”. Open world means a very specific kind of big budget (usually Ubisoft) action game. It means checklists, it means climbing towers to reveal activities and clearly-marked secrets.

In that sense, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild (BOTW) is an outlier. Nintendo’s landmark 2017 RPG didn’t just depart from the series’ established format for a vast open Hyrule, it pointedly ignored the established rules for doing so. BOTW has towers, but they only reveal the topology of the map, not its secrets. There are vast fields that exist purely to create scale, environmental secrets that require lateral thinking to unlock, and a climbing system that means you really can go anywhere, no matter how out-of-bounds a location may seem.

BOTW is undeniably an influential game. But in being so divergent from the Ubisoft mould, Breath of the Wild has also become shorthand for all other open worlds. Games that have massive maps but are, y’know, good. Not like those other ones.

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There are similarities to be made, for sure. The Souls games have always been a wee bit Zelda, a third-person action RPG where you explore puzzlebox dungeons, lock onto baddies to strafe around them as you get cheeky hits in. Like BOTW, Elden Ring obfuscates its dungeons and secrets—but then, Souls has always been about hiding everything from the stakes of its world to the dagger behind a hidden wall.

The big difference, for me, is intent—and how that intent defines the very shape of the world. Breath of the Wild wants to feel like you’re running joyfully through fields and hills, and so its world is broad, expansive, rarely if ever directing you to anything in particular. You’re not directed by roads or closed environments so much as wanting to shoot towards a new strange shape on the horizon, or an oddly-contoured hill on the map, and that climbing mechanic means you can always finagle your way into somewhere that seems out-of-bounds.

When I think of games inspired by Breath of the Wild, I think of Sable. That game saw the expressive exploration of Zelda and decided to ditch combat entirely, focusing entirely on the sheer thrill of climbing weird rock formations, messing with beetles and delving into ancient ruins (be they stone temples or ancient ships). A world designed in such a way that simply travelling and soaking in the vibes is enough for the cost of admission.

Elden Ring, meanwhile, feels more of a successor to ideas laid down all the way back in Dark Souls 1. That game had a winding game world of layered paths and regions that you could freely explore, but that always led somewhere. Unlocking new areas always took a bit of figuring out, and if you were stuck on one boss you could usually go off and find another path to work your way down.

Elden Ring is still, ultimately, a game of roads—paths that define the very shape of the landscape. Impassable cliffs and mountain ranges guide you just as much as the golden path emitted from Sites of Grace, funnelling you towards the next major (or minor) dungeon, the next bonfire, the next boss, the next hand-placed encounter. The difference here is that those roads have fields and bogs and hillsides filling the space between, and those in-between spaces are packed with even more of FromSoft’s obscurities.

If BOTW was a game about always looking over the horizon, then Elden Ring’s world is one precision engineered to create that Dark Souls on a grand scale. There are boundless secrets to find off the beaten track, but you’ll rarely veer so far off course that you’ll find yourself more than a stone’s throw from something valuable. It’s a map that’s deeply concerned with how it slowly unveils its scale, and those narrower paths mean new locations are denser with detail and considered combat challenges.

Sure, there is Breath of the Wild in how Elden Ring refuses to signpost its secrets. But there’s also a bit of Elder Scrolls in its tile-based stone catacombs, a bit of Far Cry in its stealthy bandit camps. I guess ultimately what I’m asking is that we be less reductive in how we talk about games. Saying Elden Ring is like BOTW feels like that infamous line about Far Cry 3 being Skyrim with guns. Each of these games has open worlds full of things to do, but the comparisons rob these games of the nuances that make them special.

Is Elden Ring comparable with Zelda? Kinda, sure. But if that’s the link you’re making you’re missing so much of why Elden Ring works at all.

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Where is the blue ring in Zelda NES?

The Blue Ring can be bought for 250 Rupees in a shop hidden underneath an Armos; in the First Quest, the shop is located in the southern parts of Hyrule, and in northeastern Hyrule in the Second Quest. When Link wears the Blue Ring, his previously green clothing turns a light blue.

How much is the blue ring in Legend of Zelda?

The Legend of Zelda The Blue Ring can be bought from a travelling Merchant in one of his secret Item Shops. It costs 250 Rupees, making it the most expensive item in the game. When purchased by Link, this item changes his outfit from green to a light blue color.

What does the red ring do in Zelda NES?

The Red Ring has one use: it cuts down damage dealt to Link by enemies to a quarter compared to his original tolerance. This is shown through a change in Link’s tunic. The Red Ring changes his tunic to a brownish-reddish color, compared to the iconic green.

Where is the power ring in Legend of Zelda?

The Power Ring L-1 can be found in the Explorer’s Crypt in Oracle of Seasons and the Spirit’s Grave in Oracle of Ages. The Magic Ring can be appraised at Vasu Jewelers for 20 Rupees. When worn, it increases Sword damage while also increasing damage taken by Link.

How do you get the blue tunic in Zelda?

You need to find at least one of these areas and restore a piece of memory, then go back and talk to Impa in Kakariko Village. Once you’ve done this, she’ll reward you with the Champion’s Tunic, the iconic blue clothing Link is featured in.

What happens when you beat Zelda NES?

After you beat your first game in The Legend of Zelda, you will be able to play through the game again in the Second Quest. The only thing different in the Second Quest is that everything is in different locations. It will also list items in the game.

How do you get the red ring in Zelda?

In Oracle of Seasons, the Red Ring can be obtained from an Old Man in North Horon after defeating all four Golden Monsters in Holodrum. The Magic Ring can be appraised at Vasu Jewelers for 20 Rupees. When worn, it doubles Sword damage.

What is the easiest memory to find in breath of the wild?

The second memory is one of the easiest to discover in Breath of the Wild as it’s positioned near to the Great Plateau where you start your game. If you head to the west of Lake Kolomo, there’s a small path that leads towards the lake. Head to the end of it and then turn to your left.

Where can I find the blue ring in Legend of Zelda?

Link463’s answer is perfect. Be advised that the Blue Ring reduces enemy damage by one half. So it is an excellent defensive item that is yours to keep. If you don’t have enough rupees (250), try looking for money hidden under bushes and inside caves all over the world map.

How does the red ring work in The Legend of Zelda?

The Legend of Zelda. The Red Ring cuts the damage from enemy attacks done to Link by three quarters, whereas the Blue Ring cuts the damage by only one half.

What happens when Link gets the red ring?

In The Legend of Zelda, Link can equip the Red Ring to take a quarter of the amount of damage he would normally and half the amount of damage with the Blue Ring equipped. If Link obtains the Red Ring while having the Blue Ring equipped, it will replace the Blue Ring as an upgrade.

Where do you get the red ring in RuneScape?

The Red Ring cuts the damage from enemy attacks done to Link by three quarters, whereas the Blue Ring cuts the damage by only one half. The ring can be obtained in Level 9 (both during the 1st and 2nd quests), the final dungeon in the game.

Where do you find the blue ring in Legend of Zelda?

The Blue Ring is a recurring item in two versions of the Legend of Zelda game. It appears both on the Legend of Zelda and The Oracle of Seasons.

The Legend of Zelda. The Red Ring cuts the damage from enemy attacks done to Link by three quarters, whereas the Blue Ring cuts the damage by only one half.

In The Legend of Zelda, Link can equip the Red Ring to take a quarter of the amount of damage he would normally and half the amount of damage with the Blue Ring equipped. If Link obtains the Red Ring while having the Blue Ring equipped, it will replace the Blue Ring as an upgrade.

The Red Ring cuts the damage from enemy attacks done to Link by three quarters, whereas the Blue Ring cuts the damage by only one half. The ring can be obtained in Level 9 (both during the 1st and 2nd quests), the final dungeon in the game.

Go to Vasu the Jeweler’s shop found in Horon Village, right at the middle of the game map. Talk to him, and he will appraise the unknown ring you found for 20 Rupees, turning it into the Blue Ring.

Location and Uses. The Power Ring L-1 can be found in the Explorer’s Crypt in Oracle of Seasons and the Spirit’s Grave in Oracle of Ages. The Magic Ring can be appraised at Vasu Jewelers for 20 Rupees. When worn, it increases Sword damage while also increasing damage taken by Link.

Where do you get the silver arrow in Zelda?

The Legend of Zelda So be alert! In The Legend of Zelda, the Silver Arrow is found in Level-9 of both the First Quest and the Second Quest. After hitting Ganon 15 times with the Sword, 8 times with the White Sword or 4 times with the Magical Sword, Link must use a Silver Arrow to finish him off.

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What you need to know

  • The Legend of Zelda series is an action adventure gaming franchise that started on the Nintendo Entertainment System.
  • The fourth entry in the series, Ocarina of Time, brought the series into 3D for the first time.
  • Ocarina of Time was added to the list of greats in the World Video Game Hall of Fame this year, after a lengthy nomination process.

Ocarina of time has been lauded among the Zelda games as being one of the best ever since its release in 1998. Now, it gets to wear that badge with pride. The National Museum of Play is home to the World Video Game Hall of Fame, where the best of the best are given their dues.

An ongoing project since 2015, the Hall of Fame is currently home to 36 games, from Tetris to Super Mario Bros. to The Sims. While anyone can nominate a game, the final selections are made “on the advice of journalists, scholars, and other individuals familiar with the history of video games and their role in society”. Games are chosen according to four main criteria: icon status, longevity, geographical reach, and influence.

This year, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time was inducted alongside the iconic Sid Meier’s Civilization, Ms. Pacman, and Dance Dance Revolution. Anyone who’s been a fan of gaming over the years know how influential these titles are, having directly impacted many games in their respective genres.

If you’re itching to play Ocarina of Time but don’t happen to have a Nintendo 64 handy, you can always play it on your Nintendo Switch via their Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack service, which includes tons of Nintendo 64 games, Sega Genesis titles, and DLC packs for various popular Nintendo games.

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