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The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword marks a turning point for The Legend of Zelda franchise. The introduction of full-motion control enabled by the Wii MotionPlus accessory synchronizes player movements with Link’s actions while offering the most intuitive play control of any game in The Legend of Zelda franchise to date.

The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword Review

We’ve come a long way with Link – and Nintendo.  Starting out with The Legend of Zelda on the NES, we’ve gotten lost for hours on end with the little warrior, even taking side journeys like the somewhat perplexing (but still good) Zelda II: The Adventures of Link and his awesome cameo in Soul Calibur II.  Every time one of his bigger games come out, there’s always some skeptics that go, “That’s it?”  This was mainly the case with The Wind Waker (another classic) and, to some folks, Twilight Princess on the Wii.  We’re sure that Skyward Sword, now in stores, will probably get the same treatment.  But no matter.  Those who are faithful to the Miyamoto-driven franchise shall be promptly awarded with another... Read Review

Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword Story Walkthrough Part 1

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GameZone's Story Walkthrough series tackles the epicness that is The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword. In this installment we learn the backstory of the Skyward Sword world, meet Zelda, and find out our Loftwing is missing? Uh oh! I bet that damned Groose took it! View Guide

The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword Cheats

Skyward Sword: The Moonlight Merchant and Prices:

At the Waterfall Cave in Skyloft during nighttime, you can summon the Moonlight Merchant.  This merchant sells rare and expensive items. 

Search for 3 Blessed Butterflies around this area and play your harp as if you were summoning the Gossip Stone.  The Moonlight Merchant will appear.

Monster Horn 100 Rupees
Dusk Relic 100 Rupees
Evil Crystal 100 Rupees
Goddess Plume 200 Rupees
Golden Skull 200 Rupees
Blue Bird Feather 200 Rupees

 

Healing Chairs:

There will be times in dungeons where you will find chairs or stools.  If you have Link sit on them they will start to refresh your hearts after a short amount of time.

 

Skyward Sword: Gratitude Crystal Rewards Unlocks:

You gain Gratitude Crystals though the Gratitude Requests desired by towns folk.  Some of the crystals can be found in the sky.  Turn these crystals into Batreaux and he will reward you with the prizes below:

The Medium Wallet (Holds 500 Rupees) Find 5 Gratitude Crystals
Piece of Heart Find 10 Gratitude Crystals
Big Wallet and Cursed Medal (Holds 1,000 Rupees) Find 30 Gratitude Crystals
Gold Rupee Find 40 Gratitude Crystals
Giant Wallet (Holds 5,000 Rupees) Find 50 Gratitude Crystals
2 Gold Rupees Find 70 Gratitude Crystals
Tycoon Wallet (Holds 9,000 Rupees) Find 80 Gratitude Crystals