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The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess Heart Piece Guide
Published by SuperGamecube64
09-04-2012
The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess Heart Piece Guide



THE LEGEND OF ZELDA: TWILIGHT PRINCESS

Heart Piece checklist Checklist and Guide
Written by Caleb Wright (SuperGamecube64)
*This guide was written based on the Wii version of this game. On the Gamecube, East and West are mirrored to what this guide describes.

Table of Contents
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-Introduction [intro]
-FAQ [faq]
-heart Pieces [hearts]
-Contact information [cont]
-Legal Information [legal]
-Credits [creds]


Intro [intro]

Hello, and welcome to my guide! I am a big Zelda fan, and a fan of Nintendo in general. You probably guessed that by my username, though. I created this guide to help completionists as well as those of you who just a need a couple more hearts to get through. In Twilight Princess, heart pieces are scattered all throughout Hyrule. Some of them are obtained by venturing into caves or solving a puzzle while others are obtained through side quests. If you acquire all the heart containers and heart pieces in the game, as well as all heart containers acquired from defeating bosses you will have a total of 20 hearts. Good luck, and I hope my guide assists you somehow!

If you would like to make a donation to me, feel free to do so! Iím not doing this for the money, but any amount at all helps. Itís better than spending $20 on a book, right? Send any donations via PayPal to SuperGamecube64[@]gmail[dot]com (this is NOT my contact address!).

FAQ [FAQ]

Q: What are the open brackets for?
A: So you can print this guide and use it as a checklist.
Q: So it is okay for me to print this off?
A: Absolutely, as long as you only use it for yourself or give it to a friend for free. Not only is charging money to use my guide illegal and wrong, youíll also have to answer to my personal legion of attack cuccos.
Q: What other sites host this guide?
A: Currently, this guide is currently only available at www.nintendofanforum.com , and I am submitting it to GameFAQs as well. If you see this guide anywhere else on the internet, please notify me!

Heart Pieces [hearts]
For quick searching, press ctrl+f and type ď#Ē followed by the number you left off at.

[ ] Heart Piece #1
Location: Faron Woods
Method: After using your lantern to get through the purple fog, enter the cave in the northwest where you find the key to the gate in the north woods. I the dead end of the tunnel are 2 torches. Light them, and a chest containing the heart piece will appear. If you do this at the very beginning of the game, there will be no poisonous fog, so do it as soon as you can.
[ ] Heart Piece #2
Location: Forest Temple
Method: In the room northeast of the entrance, there is a giant bud between 2 scaffoldings. Climb one of the scaffoldings and drop a bomb between them. The plant will explode, and you can collect the heart piece from the chest in the hole in the wall.
[ ] Heart Piece #3
Location: Forest Temple
Method: In the far east of the dungeon is a room where centipede like monsters attacks from under floor tiles. Putting out all of the torches in the room will rearrange the floor tiles so you can reach the heart piece.
[ ] Heart Piece #4
Location: Hyrule Field
Method: Head to the southern part of the bridge in the middle of Hyrule Field. Check in the trees in the area, and one of them has a heart piece on a branch. It can be retrieved using the Gale Boomerang.
[ ] Heart Piece #5
Location: Ordon Village
Method: After you have retrieved Epona (after the Goron Mines) you may head back to the Ordon Village farm and talk to Fado. He will ask you to herd the goats into the barn, and will reward you with a heart piece after you complete this task.
[ ] Heart Piece #6
Location: Hyrule Field
Method: On the east of Kakariko Gorge there is a tower like rock formation with a heart piece on it. Simply throw the Gale Boomerang at the heart piece, and the boomerang will return carrying it.
[ ] Heart Piece #7
Location: Goron Mines
Method: Right after you meet Gor amato, the first Goron elder you come across in the dungeon, you will have to use the boots to walk on the ceiling. Head to the northwest of the room via the ceiling to claim your prize.
[ ] Heart Piece #8
Location: Goron Mines
Method: When you first enter the room on the 2nd floor with the drawbridge, put on your boots and walk on the magnetic wall to your east. Follow its southern path to reach a chest on a ledge containing the heart piece.
[ ] Heart Piece #9
Location: Kakariko Village
Method: This heart piece can be obtained after completing the Goron Mines. On the north end of Kakariko village, a Goron will ďgive you a boostĒ. After receiving this boost, proceed to climb the tower where you will find Talo. Talo will challenge you to shoot a few distant objects with your bow. The final shot requires you to hit a pole atop a tower. You must complete this shot without using the hawkeve to receive the heart piece.
[ ] Heart Piece #10
Location: Kakariko Village
Method: Near the spring in Kakariko village is a large boulder. Blow up this boulder using a bomb, and proceed inside to find a pool of water. If you equip the Iron Boos to sink to the bottom, you will find the heart piece.
[ ] Heart Piece #11
Location: Kakariko Village
Method: On the cliff above the boulder you blew up for heart piece #10, you will notice more boulders. Destroy them with a bomb arrow and collect the heart piece they were hiding with the Gale Boomerang.
[ ] Heart Piece #12
Location: Hyrule Field
Method: If you venture north of Kakariko village, you will find a large block on the west side of a path. Blow it up and travel along the narrow trail it reveals. At the end of this trail, destroy the rock with a bomb arrow. Climb the vines, and claim the heart piece to your north.
[ ] Heart Piece #13
Location: Lakebed Temple
Method: In the central circle shaped room of the temple hangs a large chandelier. From the second floor, you can clawshot onto it and find a heart piece there.
[ ] Heart Piece #14
Location: Lakebed Temple
Method: While the water is flowing west, head to the westernmost room of the 1st floor. In there, cross the southern bridge and stand on the switch. Grapple to the wall, and youíll find the heart piece.
[ ] Heart Piece #15
Location: Lake Hylia
Method: Grapple onto the vines at the Lanayru spring. Move to the back of the spring, and you will find 2 torches. Light them and a heart piece will appear.
[ ] Heart Piece #16
Location: Kakariko Gorge Lantern Cavern
Method: Blow up the boulder southwest of Kakriko Gorge bridge and enter the cavern. Youíll have to use your lantern to navigate the darkness. This cave has many paths, all with dead ends. In the northwest section you will find 2 torches. Light them to reveal the heart piece.
[ ] Heart Piece #17
Location: Bridge of Eldin
Method: Near the Bridge of Eldin on a cliff wall to the north there is a grapple point. Grapple onto this ledge, and head south and then west to find a cave. Inside this cave, you will have to jump off the ledge, and equip your boots in midair which will cause you to stick to the magnetic walls. After the third time jumped, look for a chest. I have to say this is one of the most inventive heart piece locations in Twilight Princess and possibly the Zelda series.
[ ] Heart Piece #18
Location: Gerudo Desert
Method: in the northwest corner of the Moblin camp there is a boar roasting over a fire. Spin attack to destroy the embers, and then slice the boar to find a heart piece.
[ ] Heart Piece #19
Location: Arbiterís Ground
Method: In the north west corner of the dungeonís main chamber, you can use the claw shot to reach a ledge past some quicksand. The heart piece is in the chest on this ledge.
[ ] Heart Piece #20
Location: Arbiterís Grounds
Method: In the northeast corner of the basement floor, ride the spinner on the wall and you will reach a treasure chest. Inside is the piece of heart.
[ ] Heart Piece #21
Location: Fishing Hole
Method: Rent a canoe and reel from Hena, and sail out to the middle of the pond. You should see a structure with a heart piece resting on top. Simply use your rod to grab it.
[ ] Heart Piece #22
Location: Snowpeak Ruins
Method: In the foyer (the room you enter into), head to the second floor. Smack the chandelier with your ball and chain to get it to swing, and hop on. Continue to hit and hop on the other chandeliers until you reach the ledge to the south, where the heart piece is.
[ ] Heart Piece #23
Location: Snowpeak Ruins
Method: In the southeast corner of the second floor there are cracks in the floor. Break the floor here with your ball and chain. Drop in to find the heart piece.
[ ] Heart Piece #24
Location: Temple of Time
Method: In the sliding walls room on the 5th floor, use the dominion rod to guide the statue onto the switch, and go open the treasure chest it opens a path to.
[ ] Heart Piece #25
Location: Temple of Time
Method: In the 5th floors southern room, there are 2 small statues. Use the dominion rod to guide the statues down their respective paths and onto switches. When both statues are on their switches, a chest with a heart piece inside will appear.
[ ] Heart Piece #26
Location: Temple of Time
Method: In the southwest corner of the templeís main room there is a statue embedded in the wall. Once you have the dominion rod activated, you can move this statue and venture inside the hole to claim your heart piece.
[ ] Heart Piece #27
Location: City in the Sky
Method: Take out the large plant in the east wing on floor 1. Grapple to floor 2, and carefully maneuver counterclockwise around the room until you reach the ledge to your right. Shimmy across the ledge, and heart piece #27 is yours.
[ ] Heart Piece #28
Location: City in the Sky
Method: in the 3d floor east wing there are many flying plants you can grapple. From the chamberís northwest exit, Grapple to the southern balcony. The heart piece is behind this door.
[ ] Heart Piece #29
Location: Palace of the Twilight
Method: With the Light Sword, go to the east wing. Cut through the fog on the east wall or the southeastern room. You should now be able to grapple onto a treasure chest.
[ ] Heart Piece #30
Location: Palace of the Twilight
Method: In the west wing, cut through the fog with the light sword. This will cause the appearance of a moving platform in the southwest corner. This platform will carry you to a location from which you can reach a treasure chest in a nook at the top of the west wall.
[ ] Heart Piece #31
Location: Lanayru Province
Method: There is a path in the eastern section of the Lanayru province. Boulders block the entrance of this path on both sides. Blow them up with bombs to get in. You will notice grooves on the walls here. These grooves can be traverse with the spinner. A heart piece awaits your efforts on a ledge you can reach with the spinner.
[ ] Heart Piece #32
Location: Eldin Province
Method: On the east side of the hidden gulch bridge, you can use the spinner on the north walls grooves. On the lowest ledge, turn into a wolf and use your senses to find a dig spot on the wall. One you dig through you will have to take on some Stalfos to claim your prize.
[ ] Heart Piece #33
Location: Death Mountain Trail
Method: Between Kakariko Village and the Goron camp, there is a Goron against a wall to the east. He will give you a boost you the ledge. From there, go north and drop into the cave.
[ ] Heart Piece #34
Location: Bridge of Eldin
Method: Using the dominion rod, guide the statue on the north end of the bridge to the south, and drop it into the hole east. IT is now a platform for you to reach a ladder. The heart piece is just above.
[ ] Heart Piece #35
Location: Lake Hylia
Method: Plumm will offer you a prize (which is a heart piece) for getting a score of at least 10,000 on the fruit balloon popping challenge. The key is combos. Go for strawberries.
[ ] Heart Piece #36
Location: Lake Hylia
Method: Pay up to do Falbiís Flight-by-Fowl challenge. Grab a Cucco and aim for the tall platform in the southwest. The uppermost platform contain a piece of heart.
[ ] Heart Piece #37
Location: Ordon Woods
Method: North of Coroís shack is a boulder. Get rid of it with a bomb. Use your dominion rod to guide a statue into a small hole. Transform into wolf form, and Midna will guide you to hop on the statue, and to a treasure chest containing the piece of heart.
[ ] Heart Piece #38
Location: Kakariko Village
Method: Donate 1,000 Rupees to the Goron inside Malomart. Afterwards, speak to the Goron Elder outside of the shop. He will ask you to carry a barrel of water to a Goron near Castle Town. While carrying the barrel, Link cannot engage enemies and is quite awkward and slow. If he is attacked, he will drop the barrel and it will break. Be stealthy, and stick to the wall when possible. Personally, I consider this to be the hardest heart piece in the game to get.
[ ] Heart Piece #39
Location: Hidden Village
Method: Talk to the Cucco leader in wolf form. She will challenge you to find and speak to all 20 cats in the village. Afterwards, she rewards you with the heart piece.
[ ] Heart Piece #40
Location: Castle Town
Method: On the east road of castle town is a man who accepts donations. Once you have donated a total of 1,000 Rupees, he will reward you with a piece of heart.
[ ] Heart Piece #41
Location: Lake Hylia Lantern Cavern
Method: There is a cave just south of the Windstone in Lake Hylia blocked by rock. A bomb will take care of it. With your lantern in tow, head into the darkness. At the end of the path is a mostly empty, dark room. Light the two torches and a chest will appear.
[ ] Heart Piece #42
Location: Sacred Grove
Method: East of the temple grounds is one of the areas where you battles Skull Kid. Use a bomb on the boulder in the middle of this area, and as a wolf, dig in that spot to access a cave. Take care of all the Deku-baba and claim your prize.
[ ] Heart Piece #43
Location: Snowpeak Mountain
Method: Any time after retrieving the second Mirror Shard, challenge Yeto to a race. After beating him, you must also beat Yeta, and then you will be given a heart piece.
[ ] Heart Piece #44
Location: Hyrule Field
Method: After you have double claw shots, go to the southeastern area of Kakariko Gorge. Grapple onto the rock formation above the chasm, and from there to a southern cliff. Here awaits a piece of heart.
[ ] Heart Piece #45
Location: Hyrule Field
Method: North of Hyrule Castle there is a rocky path. Follow it until you reach a western cave blocked by boulder. After using a bomb on it, you will need the Ball and Chain to destroy the ice in your way. Beyond this is a simple block pushing puzzle that should pose you no real challenge. Complete this and claim your reward.
CONGRATULATIONS! YOU HAVE ALL 45 HEART PIECE IN TWILIGHT PRINCESS!
Contact Information [cont]
For any questions, comments, or correction please email me at supergamecube64@nintendofanforum.com
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Author: Caleb Wright (SuperGamecube64)
Video Game Publisher: Nintendo
Sources: Countless websites, Nintendo Power, and actual gameplay experience.
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  #1  
By ElBootho on 09-04-2012, 12:10 PM
wow now i will know....over last 3 years with a guide book but it sucks to start over again
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By Konata on 09-04-2012, 12:59 PM
Heart Piece 40 is such an ass.
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By ElBootho on 09-04-2012, 01:08 PM
ikr? and then what comes what it could get...few days when you fill up rupee for something :/ might saying for the rupee-wasting armor but i forgot what its called
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By Wiidude on 09-04-2012, 05:24 PM
Quote:
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Heart Piece 40 is such an ass.
He will reward you with a piece of ass.
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By ElBootho on 09-04-2012, 10:33 PM
lol but weird though O,•
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By Killua on 09-05-2012, 04:34 PM
Thanks for the share.
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