Ocarina

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This article is about regular Ocarinas, for the items used in Ocarina of Time and Majora's Mask, see Fairy Ocarina and Ocarina of Time.

Ocarinas,(LA | HW)[1][2] also known as Flutes,(ALttP)[1] are recurring Items in The Legend of Zelda series.[name references needed]

Location and Uses

A Link to the Past

The Flute once belonged to the Flute Boy in A Link to the Past. The Flute Boy set out in search of the Triforce and never returned. When Link talks to the Boy in the Dark World he gives the young hero a Shovel and asks him to find his Flute. Link finds this Instrument buried in the Haunted Grove in the Light World He then plays the Flute one last time for the Flute Boy, who is soothed by the music and is then turned into a Tree.

When Link brings the Flute to the Man in Tavern, the Man understands what has happened to his son and asks Link to keep it. He then tells Link to play the Flute in front of the Weathercock in the center of Kakariko Village. Soon after Link complies with his request, the Flute Boy's Bird breaks out of the Weathercock and flies off. Whenever Link plays the Flute in the Light World from that point forward, the pet Bird can transport him to one of eight locations. The Flute is necessary in reaching the sixth Dark World Dungeon, the Misery Mire.

While the Flute Boy's Bird does not appear when playing the Flute in the Dark World, it appears in it when Link plays the Flute after defeating Agahnim on the top of Ganon's Tower.

Warp Locations

  1. Death Mountain
  2. Potion Shop
  3. Kakariko Village
  4. Link's House
  5. South of the Eastern Palace
  6. Desert of Mystery
  7. Great Swamp
  8. Lake Hylia
  9. East of Death Mountain (Game Boy Advance version only)

Link's Awakening

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Ocarina
The Ocarina plays several mystical melodies. You will learn songs from people you meet. There are three different songs you can learn, and each has its own mystical power. After learning a new song, try playing it when you are in trouble.

The Ocarina can be found in the Dream Shrine in Link's Awakening, which can only be completed if Link has the Power Bracelet and the Pegasus Boots. It plays in a haunting tone.[2] The Ocarina can be used to play "Manbo's Mambo", "Frog's Song of Soul", and the "Ballad of the Wind Fish".

Other Appearances

Link's Awakening (Cagiva)

In the Link's Awakening manga by Ataru Cagiva, Link receives an Ocarina from Madam MeowMeow after rescuing BowWow in volume 1. According to her, it has been passed down through her family for ages and has mysterious powers. When visiting Marin at Toronbo Shores, Link plays with her the "Ballad of the Wind Fish" with the Ocarina.

In volume 2, Link visits Marin at Animal Village to play the Ocarina for her animal friends before leaving to Mt. Tamaranch. Once in the Mount, Link plays the "Ballad of the Wind Fish" on the Ocarina to activate the eight Instruments of the Sirens and open the Wind Fish's Egg. After defeating the Shadow Nightmares, Link plays the "Ballad of the Wind Fish" one last time to wake the Wind Fish.

BS The Legend of Zelda

The Ocarina can be found in Level 4 in BS The Legend of Zelda. It can be used to Warp to other Dungeons. When the Ocarina is played on a pad near the eastern shore, Level-6 will appear.

Ancient Stone Tablets



Hyrule Warriors

The Ocarina is a class of Weapon used by the Skull Kid in Hyrule Warriors. It is associated with Darkness. Skull Kid plays the Ocarina to coordinate attacks between Tatl, Tael, and himself. He can transform it into a trumpet to summon and control Puppets from Twilight Princess to attack on his behalf.

In Hyrule Warriors Legends, a golden Ocarina can be obtained from a Treasure Chest in the middle of the Deku Tree Keep during the Legend Mode Scenario, "The Sorceress of the Woods". The Ocarina allows Warriors to warp to any active Owl Statues in a Stage.[3] When the Ocarina is used, the Warrior plays the "Ballad of Gales" to summon a cyclone that warps them to the selected Owl Statue.

Variations

The default Ocarina is the Fairy Ocarina, based after its namesake. The second form of the Ocarina is the Lunar Ocarina, followed by Majora's Ocarina.

In Hyrule Warriors Legends and Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition, the fourth form of the Ocarina is the Crackling Ocarina, which is associated with both the Elements of Darkness and Lightning.

Weapon Power
Weapon Number of Stars
Tier Icon Element(s) 0 1 2 3 4 5
Lv.1
Fairy Ocarina
80 88 96 104 112 120
Lv.2
Lunar Ocarina
150 165 180 195 210 225
Lv.3
Majora's Ocarina
280 308 336 364 392 420
Lv.4 (HWL | HWDE)
Majora's Ocarina +
500 550 600 650 700 750
Lv.4+ (HWL | HWDE)
Crackling Ocarina

500 550 600 650 700 750

Attack Combinations

Attack Pattern Effect
Y Y Y Y Y Y
Y Y Y Y X
Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Y Y Y Y Y X
Weak Point Smash

Against Captains and Warriors, Skull Kid summons a Puppet behind them. It then rapidly attacks the target by flailing its arms until Skull Kid comes up and finishes off with an energy attack. Against Giant Bosses, Skull Kid uppercuts the monster with Tatl and Tael and then strikes it down while surrounded in a dark barrier.

Special Attack
Main article: Special Attack

Within a frontal radius, Skull Kid uses the dark magic of Majora's Mask and rattles his head while a large magic circle appears. Enemies are drawn into the circle and are rapidly damaged. Skull Kid then ends the attack with an energy burst.

Focus Spirit
Main article: Focus Spirit

Upon activation, Skull Kid stomps the ground in anger, bursting in dark energy. The Focus Spirit Attack has Skull Kid kick a miniature Moon into the air before kicking it again at the enemies in front of him. He then mockingly spanks his behind at them afterwards. When the Focus Spirit gauge is depleted, Skull Kid holds his head and squirms violently until dark power is unleashed, damaging enemies around him.

Nomenclature

Names in Other Regions
LanguageNamesMeanings
Japan
Japanese
オカリナ (Okarina) (ALttP | LANS)[6][7]Same as English.
The People's Republic of China
ChineseSI
陶笛 (Táo dí) (LANS) 
The Federal Republic of Germany
German
Okarina (HWDE)[8]Same as English.
The Italian Republic
Italian
Ocarina (ALttP | LA | LADX)[4][5]
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Gallery

Video Gallery

Ocarina gameplay from Hyrule Warriors Legends

See Also

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Encyclopedia, Dark Horse Books, pg. 133 (ALttP | LA)
  2. 2.0 2.1 "Ocarina
    A small instrument that plays a haunting tone.
    " — Inventory (Link's Awakening for Nintendo Switch)
  3. "Use the ocarina to warp to active owl statues. To activate an owl statue, approach the statue and press the button displayed on the screen." — Tutorial (Hyrule Warriors Legends)
  4. "Oh! Ecco l'Ocarina!" — N/A (A Link to the Past, Italian localization)
  5. Enciclopedia di Hyrule, Magazzini Salani, pg. 133
  6. A Link to the Past manual, pg. 45 Nintendo Official Guidebook: The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past Vol. 1, Shogakukan, pg. 27 Nintendo Official Guidebook—The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past & Four Swords, Shogakukan, pg. 15
  7. "オカリナ" — Inventory (Link's Awakening for Nintendo Switch, Japanese localization)
  8. "Mithilfe der Okarina kann der Kämpfer, den du gerade steuerst, zu aktivierten Eulenstatuen reisen." — Tutorial (Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition)