Majora’s Mask 3D Walkthrough

Welcome to the Legend of Zelda Majora’s Mask Walkthrough. The walkthrough below is a complete 100% Majora’s Mask walkthrough that will cover a full run through of the entire game, including strategies for all bosses and enemies, along with the collection of all Pieces of Heart, masks, Bombers’ Notebook entries, and upgrades that take you through all of the many side quests within the game. This guide also serves as a Majora’s Mask 3D Walkthrough for the Nintendo 3DS remake of the game.

You can also check out the video version at our Majora’s Mask Video Walkthrough page. The video walkthrough will follow the text version of the Majora’s Mask Walkthrough’s order of collection. Much like the text walkthrough, the video walkthrough will cover every item, collectible, and sidequest, while also providing excellent commentary.

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  • Mases Hagopian

    There are 4 pieces on the moon. That could be what you are missing?

  • Matthew James Court

    Well done that man who put this together, got me there and then some only issue was waiting for the curiosity shop owner on n64 version in one of the last trade offs before you get the final letter turns up at 1 and not 12

  • Jessie

    How do I get the big wallet

    • Luke Walter Alexander

      Once you get to the Ocean (Zora domain), go into the Spider-infested house on the beach, and complete that.
      What’s extremely important, though, is to DO IT ON THE FIRST DAY. Any later, and your prize will become crappier (Purple Rupee on 2nd, and Red Rupee on 3rd).
      To recap: Ocean Spider House, ON FIRST DAY.

      • Luke Walter Alexander

        Or if you were talking about the 2nd wallet (not 3rd, which is detailed above), simply deposit 200 Rupees into the Clock Town Bank.

      • Jessie

        Thanks got it

  • Luke Walter Alexander

    I usually just play the Inverted Song of Time, then stand on the conspicuous wooden box out front and shoot; occasionally going round the back of the barn to drive away any sneaky alien kidnappers/brainwashers.
    It’s not that hard if you do it that way.

  • Luke Walter Alexander

    Uh, none and all, at the same time; the Elegy of Emptiness creates a statue of your current form, whether it be Hylian, Deku, Zora, or Goron. This is important to learn for the final dungeon, which requires this understanding of the song’s mechanics to finish (or, well, to enter it in the first place).