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|game        = ''[[Zelda II: The Adventure of Link|The Adventure of Link]]''
 
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|walkthrough = [http://www.zeldadungeon.net/Zelda02-the-adventure-of-link-walkthrough-05.php#C5_2 Text Walkthrough]
 
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The '''Ocean Palace''' also known as the '''Palace on the Sea''' and '''Water Palace''' is the fifth dungeon in ''[[Zelda II: The Adventure of Link|The Adventure of Link]]''. Outside of the [[Great Palace]], the Ocean Palace is the largest and most complex, requiring Link to keep track of a number of floor changes and a secret passage that must be found to locate the essential [[Flute]]  
 
The '''Ocean Palace''' also known as the '''Palace on the Sea''' and '''Water Palace''' is the fifth dungeon in ''[[Zelda II: The Adventure of Link|The Adventure of Link]]''. Outside of the [[Great Palace]], the Ocean Palace is the largest and most complex, requiring Link to keep track of a number of floor changes and a secret passage that must be found to locate the essential [[Flute]]  
  
The dungeon is located on a tiny island in [[Eastern Hyrule]], due east of [[Nabooru (Town)|Nabooru]] and is reachable only after obtaining the [[Boots]] from the [[Maze Island Palace]].  An abundance of [[Point Bag]]s as well as tough foes including Blue [[Iron Knuckle]]s and [[Mago]]s ensures this is a rewarding area for experience.
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The dungeon is located on a tiny island , due east of [[Nabooru (Town)|Nabooru]] and is reachable only after obtaining the [[Boots]] from the [[Maze Island Palace]].  An abundance of [[Point Bag]]s as well as tough foes including Blue [[Iron Knuckle]]s and [[Mago]]s ensures this is a rewarding area for experience.
  
 
==Enemies==
 
==Enemies==
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==Gooma==
 
==Gooma==
 
{{Main|Gooma}}
 
{{Main|Gooma}}
The boss of the Ocean Palace, Gooma only appears in the US release of the game. In the original Japanese release, [[Helmethead]] is encountered once more. Gooma attacks by swinging a giant ball and chain, which will hurl Link across the chamber should he fail to dodge. The menacing boss also wears a spiked helmet, which prevents link from utilizing [[Downward Thrust]]
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The boss of the Ocean Palace, Gooma only appears in the US release of the game. In the original Japanese release, [[Helmethead]] is encountered once again. Gooma attacks by swinging a giant ball and chain, which will hurl Link across the chamber should he fail to dodge. The menacing boss also wears a spiked helmet, which prevents link from utilizing [[Downward Thrust]]
  
 
==Flute==
 
==Flute==

Revision as of 19:12, June 7, 2013

Palace on the Sea
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Placement of one of the Crystals

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Walkthrough

The Ocean Palace also known as the Palace on the Sea and Water Palace is the fifth dungeon in The Adventure of Link. Outside of the Great Palace, the Ocean Palace is the largest and most complex, requiring Link to keep track of a number of floor changes and a secret passage that must be found to locate the essential Flute

The dungeon is located on a tiny island , due east of Nabooru and is reachable only after obtaining the Boots from the Maze Island Palace. An abundance of Point Bags as well as tough foes including Blue Iron Knuckles and Magos ensures this is a rewarding area for experience.

Enemies

The Ocean Palace possesses the largest variety of enemy types in Link's quest

Gooma

Main article: Gooma

The boss of the Ocean Palace, Gooma only appears in the US release of the game. In the original Japanese release, Helmethead is encountered once again. Gooma attacks by swinging a giant ball and chain, which will hurl Link across the chamber should he fail to dodge. The menacing boss also wears a spiked helmet, which prevents link from utilizing Downward Thrust

Flute

Main article: Flute
AOL Flute.png

Like many of the items Link finds on his quest, the flute is used in a handful of important situations: scaring away the River Devil who blocks the way south into the final region of the game, and to reveal the Hidden Palace.

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