The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker HD Bottle Locations

By Michael On 21 Oct, 2013 At 04:13 PM | Categorized As Guides | With 0 Comment

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The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker HD Bottle Locations

In the Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker HD Bottle Locations Bottles become more important now with the inclusion of Hero Mode. Without bottles you will have no methods of recovering health. To beat the Ganon you may require four bottles containing Elixirs, Fairies and Potions, So, Here is a guide listing the location of all four bottles in the Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker HD.

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Bottle #1

Naturally achieved in the game. Given to you by Medli after you assist her at the entrance of Dragon Roost Cavern.

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Bottle #2

This bottle can obtained directly after you finish Dragon Roost Island. The bottle is inside a submarine in the ocean area of Bomb Island (F5) which is one square north of Forest Haven. Enter the Submarine and defeat all the enemies to reveal the chest containing an empty bottle.

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Bottle #3

Requires Wallet upgrade. Travel to Rock Spire Island (B3) and find Beetles travelling boat. Buy the Bottle from him. Note it will cost 500 rupees.

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Bottle #4

After Beating Forsaken Fortress for a second time. Make your way to Windfall Island at night. Next to the auction, a blond girl known as Mila, will shoosh you to go away. Once you have made a few steps away from her she will begin to walk. Follow her whilst maintaining good distance. She will eventually make her way to the Vault owned by the merchant. Once she attempts to open the vault, talk to her, now you must carefully select the appropriate dialogue tree to convince her to resign and hand over the final bottle.

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