How To Get The Scarecrow Song?
- Philip Martin
Ocarina of Time: In Ocarina of Time, young Link must travel to Lake Hylia to demonstrate his Ocarina to Bonooru, a scarecrow buried in the ground beside a fence. Link must do this in order to progress through the game. He will test the young hero’s memorization skills by challenging him to learn any eight-note tune that the young hero plays for him.
However, in order for “Scarecrow’s Song” to work correctly, Link will need to come back as an adult and perform the same melody for Bonooru. The Scarecrow will be so relieved to hear it once more that he will offer Link the assistance of Pierre, the second Scarecrow, who at this point is free to roam the plains of Hyrule.
Now that he knows the “Scarecrow’s Song,” Link may use it to call Pierre whenever he is close, regardless of where they are. When he flies to a far region and the Navi light goes green, despite the fact that there does not appear to be anything there, he has the ability to summon the Scarecrow.
How do I activate Scarecrow’s song?
In order to activate the song, you must first reach adulthood and then travel back to Bonooru from Lake Hylia. Take out the Ocarina of Time and perform the same tune for Bonooru as a youngster. It should have eight notes. The music will become active when you do this, and you will be able to play it at particular places all over the world.
Where can I find the Scarecrow song in Ocarina of time?
- (OoT | MM) Page 96 of the Encyclopedia, published by Dark Horse Books
- ↑ “Whoa! You play the ocarina quite well! Hey, darling, why don’t you sing to me with that? I’d really like it. I guess it might be worse! Regardless, I will keep that in mind for you! I don’t want to imply that I can only recall eight notes, but let’s just stop there for the time being, darling!” — Bonooru ( Ocarina of Time )
- ↑ “OH YEAHHH!! It’s over, and that was the music all along!! You rock!! I can’t believe it! Oh, oh, no! I did not fail to recall the tune. I never forget anything! But I simply feel like rewarding you, darling!, I just had a brilliant thought! If you want to get a hold of my pal Pierre, just start playing the song anytime you want to get in touch with him. Baby, if he’s nearby and hears that song, I’ll make sure to tell him to come to your aid!” — Bonooru ( Ocarina of Time )
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Is the Scarecrow’s song necessary to beat the game?
The “Scarecrow’s Song” can only be up to eight notes long in the two games in which it has appeared so far, allowing any combination of the C and A buttons so long as they aren’t a duplicate of one of the game’s other tunes or the same eight notes in a row.
Learning Location and Uses – The “Scarecrow’s Song” can only be up to eight notes long in the two games in which it has appeared so far. This tune only has an impact in Ocarina of Time and Majora’s Mask when either Navi or Tatl fly over to a location and change their color to green or blue, respectively.
When the Scarecrow’s Song is played, a scarecrow will emerge at the location shown by Navi or Tatl. Link will then be able to use the Hookshot to get to the scarecrow and perform the song again. The Scarecrow’s Song is not necessary to complete the game in any way, shape, or form.
- Get Hold Of Items That Are Normally Unreachable
- Shortcuts should be provided, such as the ability to guide Link to the top of the maze in front of the entrance of the Forest Temple so that he may avoid engaging in combat with the Moblins that are located there.
- Traps that are impossible to avoid in other ways should be avoided, such as many of the locations within the Gerudo Training Grounds.
How many notes can the Scarecrow’s song be?
The ‘Scarecrow’s Song’ can only be up to eight notes long in both of the games that have been released up until this point. This means that the player is free to use any combination of the C and A buttons, so long as the notes don’t repeat themselves in a row or aren’t a duplicate of one of the game’s other melodies.