Notes:The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time

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This page contains notes for the game The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time.


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Object List
List of objects and whether they're used.

Arwing

In June 2011, Nintendo President Satoru Iwata held an informal conference with some Ocarina of Time developers for his "Iwata Asks" interview series, in honor of Ocarina of Time 3D's release. In Part 2 of the interview, Satoshi Takizawa brought up the topic of the complexities of boss physics. Takizawa, after modeling the dragon-like Fire Temple boss Volvagia, was impressed to find that Kazuaki Morita had quickly put his work into motion. It was revealed that Morita had taken the physics from a Star Fox 64 scene in which an Arwing was tailed by an enemy fighter, and applied it to the newly-created boss.

Morita also commented that he was able to do it simply by "switching in the dragon for the fighter", implying he had implemented the Arwing before it was applied to the Volvagia model.

Upon close inspection, the unused Arwing (present in the final release of Ocarina of Time) does mimic Volvagia's physics. This evidence most certainly confirms that the Arwing was, in fact, an engine test.

Map Select

GameShark Codes

US v1.0

810F1434 00B9
810F1436 E400
810F1438 00BA
810F143A 1160
810F143C 8080
810F143E 09C0
810F1440 8080
810F1442 3720
810F1448 8080
810F144A 1C14
810F144C 8080
810F144E 1C08

Z + L + R Map Select

Adding this to the map select code on v1.0 will enable you to press Z + L + R to return to the map select screen, just like in the Master Quest debug ROM.

D10F1430 803B
8011B92F 0000
D11C84B4 2030
8011B92F 0002
D11C84B4 2030
811DA2B4 0EC0

US v1.1:

810F15F4 00B9
810F15F6 E5A0
810F15F8 00BA
810F15FA 1300
810F15FC 8080
810F15FE 09C0
810F1600 8080
810F1602 3720
810F1608 8080
810F160A 1C14
810F160C 8080
810F160E 1C08

US v1.2:

810F1A74 00B9
810F1A76 E430
810F1A78 00BA
810F1A7A 1190
810F1A7C 8080
810F1A7E 09C0
810F1A80 8080
810F1A82 3720
810F1A88 8080
810F1A8A 1C14
810F1A8C 8080
810F1A8E 1C08

Europe v1.0:

810EF384 00B9
810EF386 DB40
810EF388 00BA
810EF38A 08A0
810EF38E 09C0
810EF390 8080
810EF392 3720
810EF398 8080
810EF39A 1C14
810EF39C 8080
810EF39E 1C08
810EF3AC 0001
810EF3AE CAE0

Europe v1.1:

810EF3C4 00B9
810EF3C6 DB80
810EF3C8 00BA
810EF3CA 08E0
810EF3CC 8080
810EF3CE 09C0
810EF3C0 8080
810EF3C2 3720
810EF3C8 8080
810EF3CA 1C14
810EF3CC 8080
810EF3CE 1C08

GameCube, Europe:

810EE2A4 00B8
810EE2A6 AAA0
810EE2A8 00B8
810EE2AA D720
810EE2AC 8080
810EE2AE 0850
810EE2B0 8080
810EE2B2 34D0
810EE2B8 8080
810EE2BA 1A40
810EE2BC 8080
810EE2BE 1A34

GameCube, Japan:

810F0924 00B8
810F0926 B2B0
810F0928 00B8
810F092A DF30
810F092C 8080
810F092E 0850
810F0930 8080
810F0932 34D0
810F0938 8080
810F093A 1A40
810F093C 8080
810F093E 1A34

Master Quest, US:

810EE284 00B8
810EE286 AA80
810EE288 00B8
810EE28A D700
810EE28C 8080
810EE28E 0850
810EE290 8080
810EE292 34D0
810EE298 8080
810EE29A 1A40
810EE29C 8080
810EE29E 1A34

Master Quest, Japan:

810F0924 00B8
810F0926 B2D0
810F0928 00B8
810F092A DF50
810F092C 8080
810F092E 0870
810F0930 8080
810F0932 34F0
810F0938 8080
810F093A 1A60
810F093C 8080
810F093E 1A54

Master Quest, Europe:

810EE284 00B8
810EE286 AA80
810EE288 00B8
810EE28A D700
810EE28C 8080
810EE28E 0850
810EE290 8080
810EE292 34D0
810EE298 8080
810EE29A 1A40
810EE29C 8080
810EE29E 1A34

Destinations

  • 01: Hyrule Field
    scene 00: Link's dream (part of the prologue)
    scene 01: Zelda escaping cutscene
    scene 02: Flashback: Zelda escaping (part of Light Arrow cutscene)
    scene 03: Title Screen
    scene 04: Ocarina of Time cutscene (after learning the Song of Time)
    scene 05: Credits
    scene 06: Escape from Lon-Lon Ranch scene
    scene 07: Cutscene with Link and Zelda talking up in the sky (part of the ending)
    scene 08: Impa cutscene (after learning Zelda's Lullaby)
  • 02: Kakariko Village
    scene 00: Burning Kakariko cutscene
    scene 01: Kakariko after the fire cutscene
    scene 02: Windmill cutscene (after playing Song of Storms)
    scene 03: Death Mountain eruption cutscene (plays after Volvagia is beaten)
    scene 04: Credits
  • 03: Graveyard
    scene 00: Royal Family's Tomb opening cutscene
    scene 01: Sun's Song cutscene
  • 04: Zora's River (all scenes are the same as Kokiri Forest; see below)
  • 05: Kokiri Forest
    scene 00: Farore cutscene
    scene 01: Kokiri's emerald cutscene
    scene 02: Deku Tree talking cutscene (after the above)
    scene 03: Navi cutscene (part of the prologue)
    scene 04: Unused cutscene: lost Deku Tree cutscene
    scene 05: Unused cutscene: no idea.
    scene 06: Credits
    scene 07: Credits
    scene 08: Deku Tree Sprout cutscene (first part)
    scene 09: Deku Tree Sprout cutscene (second part)
  • 06: Sacred Forest Meadow
    scene 00: Minuet of Forest cutscene
    scene 01: Saria cutscene
  • 07: Lake Hylia
    scene 00: Lake Hylia filling up cutscene (after beating Morpha)
    scene 01: Credits
  • 08: Zora's Domain
    scene 00: Credits
  • 09: Zora's Fountain
    scene 00: Zora's Sapphire cutscene
    scene 01: Unused cutscene: Something with Jabu-Jabu I assume
    scene 02: Unused cutscene: Another one
  • 10: Gerudo Valley
    scene 00: Din cutscene (second part)
    scene 01: Din cutscene (first part)
    scene 02: Credits
  • 11: Lost Woods
    scene 00: Fairy Ocarina cutscene
  • 12: Desert Colossus
    scene 00: Requiem of Spirit cutscene
    scene 01: Cutscene where Nabooru is captured
  • 13: Gerudo's Fortress
    scene 00: Horseback Archery cutscene
    scene 01: Credits
    scene 02: Getting captured cutscene
  • 14: Haunted Wasteland
  • 15: Hyrule Castle/Ganon's Castle
    scene 00: Rainbow Bridge cutscene
  • 16: Death Mountain Trail
    scene 00: Nayru cutscene
    scene 01: Goron's Ruby cutscene
    scene 02: Unused cutscene: unfinished Goron's Ruby cutscene
    scene 03: Credits
    scene 04: Credits
  • 17: Death Mountain Crater
    scene 00: Bolero of Fire cutscene
    scene 01: Title screen cutscene (plays if you press no buttons on the title screen)
  • 18: Goron City
    scene 00: Saria's Song cutscene
    scene 01: Credits
  • 19: Lon Lon Ranch
    scene 00: Horse Race (either Ingo Race or Malon Race)
    scene 01: Epona's Song cutscene
    scene 02: Ending Dance
    scene 03: Ending Dance
    scene 04: Ending Dance
    scene 05: Ending Dance
    scene 06: Ending Dance
    scene 07: Ending Dance
  • 20: Temple of Time
    scene 00: Sheik cutscene (when you go forward in time for the first time)
    scene 01: Navi leaving cutscene (part of the ending)
    scene 02: Prelude of Light cutscene
    scene 03: Door of Time opening cutscene
    scene 04: Unused cutscene: shows Kokiri Emerald, drops you in the Sacred Forest Meadow.
    scene 05: Unused cutscene: shows Goron's Ruby, drops you in the Death Mountain Crater.
    scene 06: Unused cutscene: shows Zora's Sapphire, drops you in Lake Hylia filling up cutscene! Odd one.
    scene 07: Zelda telepathic message (Song of Time cutscene)
    scene 08: Light Arrow cutscene (first part)
    scene 09: Light Arrow cutscene (second part)
    scene 10: Light Arrow cutscene (third part)
  • 21: Chamber of Sages, Forest Medallion cutscene. One thing to note is that this level, normally completely off-limits to the player except for cutscenes, is the only one in the entire game to have low gravity – if you jump around, you will jump much farther than usual.
    scene 00: Rauru cutscene (when you go forward in time for the first time)
    scene 01: Rauru cutscene (after collecting all the medallions)
    scene 02: Banishing Ganondorf cutscene (part of the ending)
  • 22: Shooting Gallery
  • 23: Castle Courtyard
  • 24: Underground grave (with single Redead)
  • 25: Underground grave (with Hylian Shield and Fairy Fountain)
  • 26: Royal Family's Tomb
    scene 00: Sun's Song cutscene (first part)
    scene 01: Sun's Song cutscene (second part)
  • 27: Great Fairy's Fountain
  • 28: Great Fairy's Fountain
  • 29: Great Fairy's Fountain
  • 30: Escape from Ganon's Tower (first part)
  • 31: Zelda's Courtyard
    scene 00: Meeting Zelda cutscene (part of the ending)
    scene 01: Impa cutscene
    scene 02: Impa cutscene...again?
  • 32: Fishing Pond
  • 33: Bombchu Bowling Alley
  • 34: Lon Lon Ranch House
  • 35: Lon Lon Ranch Silo
  • 36: Guard House
  • 37: Potion Shop (with the hag)
  • 38: Treasure Box Shop
  • 39: Skultulla House
  • 40: Main Alley (between Market and Hyrule Field)
  • 41: Market
  • 42: Back Alley
  • 43: Outside the Temple of Time
  • 44: Link's House
    scene 00: Meeting Navi cutscene
  • 45: Kakariko House
  • 46: Back Alley House
  • 47: Know-it-All Brothers' House
  • 48: Twins' House
  • 49: Mido's House
  • 50: Saria's House
  • 51: Stable (Lon-Lon Ranch)
  • 52: Dampe's Hut
  • 53: Back Alley House
  • 54: Impa's House
  • 55: Lakeside Laboratory
  • 56: Tent
  • 57: Bazaar
  • 58: Kokiri Shop
  • 59: Goron Shop
  • 60: Zora Shop
  • 61: Potion Shop (closed)
  • 62: Potion Shop (open)
  • 63: Bombchu Store
  • 64: Mask Shop
  • 65: Gerudo Training Grounds
  • 66: Inside the Deku Tree
  • 67: Gohma Battle
  • 68: Dodongo's Cavern
  • 69: King Dodongo Battle
  • 70: Jabu Jabu's Belly
    scene 00: Ruto finding Zora's Sapphire cutscene
  • 71: Barinade cutscene
  • 72: Forest Temple
  • 73: Phantom Ganon Battle
  • 74: Bottom of the Well
  • 75: Shadow Temple
  • 76: Bongo-Bongo Battle
  • 77: Fire Temple
  • 78: Volvagia Battle
  • 79: Water Temple
  • 80: Morpha Battle
  • 81: Spirit Temple
  • 82: Battle with Nabooru
  • 83: Koume and Kotake battle
  • 84: Ganon's Tower
  • 85: Ganondorf Battle
  • 86: Ice Cavern
    scene 00: Serenade of Water cutscene
  • 87: Dampe's Grave
  • 88: Inside Ganon's Castle
  • 89: Ganon Battle
  • 90: Escape from Ganon's Tower (second part)
  • 91: Escape from Ganon's Tower (third part)
  • 92: Escape from Ganon's Tower (fourth part)
  • 93: Escape from Ganon's Tower (fifth part)
  • 94: Escape from Ganon's Tower (sixth part)
  • 95: Thieves' Hideout
  • 96: Thieves' Hideout
  • 97: Thieves' Hideout
  • 98: Thieves' Hideout
  • 99: Thieves' Hideout
  • 100: Thieves' Hideout
  • 101: Grotto (generic)
  • 102: Grotto (Large Skultulla + Golden Skultulla)
  • 103: Grotto (Deku Scrub Salesman, sells Piece of Heart)
  • 104: Grotto (two Redeads, get Gold Rupee on defeat)
  • 105: Grotto (three Deku Scrub Salesmen)
  • 106: Grotto (three webs; a cow, a Stone of Truth and a Large Skultulla)
  • 107: Grotto (Octorok, pool with Rupees)
  • 108: Grotto (two Deku Scrub salesmen, one offers Deku Nuts upgrade)
  • 109: Grotto (two Wolfos, get Purple Rupee on defeat)
  • 110: Grotto (Stone walls, with Gold Skultulla)
  • 111: Grotto (two Deku Scrub salesmen, offer potions)
  • 112: Grotto (Blue Tektite, pool with Piece of Heart)
  • 113: Grotto (Forest Stage)
  • 114: Grotto (cow with rupees)
  • 115: Empty level with rain. This appears to be a generic level used for all cutscenes that don't play in any particular area.
    scene 00: Goddess cutscene (Deku Tree, first part)
    scene 01: Ganondorf cutscene (Deku Tree)
    scene 02: Goddess cutscene (Deku Tree, second part)
    scene 03: Ganondorf cutscene (when you go forward in time for the first time)
    scene 04: Triforce cutscene (Sheik)
    scene 05: History of Link cutscene
    scene 06: Title screen cutscene (plays if you press no buttons on the title screen)
    scene 07: Goddess cutscene (Zelda)
    scene 08: Ganondorf cutscene (part of the ending)

The following levels appear only in the Debug ROM:

  • 116: Strongbox Warp. Weird empty room.
  • 117: Bamboo Grass Test (generic test level)
  • 118: Test Map (physics test)
  • 119: Test Room (treasure chest test)
  • 120: Middle Stalfos Room Early version
  • 121: Boss Stalfos Room Early version
  • 122: Obsolete Early version
  • 123: Shooting Gallery
  • 124: Depth Test
  • 125: Castle Courtyard Early version

Item Modifier

8011A638 00?? - Modify B button item (NTSC v1.0)

Generally, you can use any of the normal items as either Link, save for a few combinations:

  • Using the Deku Stick as an Adult will crash the N64, but not in emulated releases (GCN/Wii).
  • Attempting to use the Hookshot/Longshot as a child will result in a soft lock.
  • Magic Arrows act the same as the Bow + Magic Arrows.
  • The Bow and Magic Arrow items act as the Fairy Slingshot as a child, and the Fairy Slingshot acts like the Bow as an Adult.
  • The Biggoron Sword is the same item as the Giant's Knife. A hit count determines whether it's broken or not, and a separate flag determines whether the hit count should decrease.
 00 = Deku Stick
 01 = Deku Nut
 02 = Bomb
 03 = Fairy Bow
 04 = Fire Arrow
 05 = Din's Fire
 06 = Fairy Slingshot
 07 = Fairy Ocarina
 08 = Ocarina of Time
 09 = Bombchu
 0A = Hookshot
 0B = Longshot
 0C = Ice Arrow
 0D = Farore's Wind
 0E = Boomerang (this will be a bit awkward as Adult Link, but will surprisingly work!)
 0F = Lens of Truth
 10 = Magic Beans
 11 = Megaton Hammer
 12 = Light Arrow
 13 = Nayru's Love
 14 = Empty Bottle
 15 = Red Potion
 16 = Green Potion
 17 = Blue Potion
 18 = Fairy
 19 = Fish
 1A = Lon Lon Milk
 1B = Letter from Ruto
 1C = Blue Fire
 1D = Bug
 1E = Big Poe
 1F = Lon Lon Milk (half)
 20 = Poe
 21 = Weird Egg
 22 = Chicken
 23 = Zelda's Letter
 24 = Keaton Mask
 25 = Skull Mask
 26 = Spooky Mask
 27 = Bunny Hood
 28 = Goron Mask
 29 = Zora Mask
 2A = Gerudo Mask
 2B = Mask of Truth
 2C = SOLD OUT (works like the Master Sword)
 2D = Pocket Egg
 2E = Pocket Cucco
 2F = Cojiro
 30 = Odd Mushroom
 31 = Odd Potion
 32 = Poacher's Saw
 33 = Broken Goron Sword
 34 = Prescription
 35 = Eyeball Frog
 36 = Eye Drops
 37 = Claim Check
 38 = Fairy Bow + Fire Arrow (Japanese text reading "Wind Medaillon")
 39 = Fairy Bow + Ice Arrow (Japanese text reading "Fire Medaillon")
 3A = Fairy Bow + Light Arrow (Japanese text reading "Ice Medaillon")
 3B = Kokiri Sword
 3C = Master Sword
 3D = Biggoron's Sword (looks pretty weird as a kid but works!)

 -- anything beyond this usually crashes the game --

 3E = Kokiri Shield
 3F = Hylian Shield
 40 = Mirror Shield
 41 = Kokiri Tunic
 42 = Goron Tunic
 43 = Zora Tunic
 44 = Kokiri Boots
 45 = Iron Boots
 46 = Hover Boots
 47 = Bullet Bag (Holds 30)
 48 = Bullet Bag (Holds 40)
 49 = Bullet Bag (Holds 50)
 4A = Quiver (Holds 30)
 4B = Quiver (Holds 40)
 4C = Quiver (Holds 50)
 4D = Bomb Bag (Holds 20)
 4E = Bomb Bag (Holds 30)
 4F = Bomb Bag (Holds 40)
 50 = Goron Bracelet
 51 = Silver Gauntlets
 52 = Golden Gauntlets
 53 = Silver Scale
 54 = Golden Scale
 55 = Giant's Knife (Broken)
 56 = Adult's Wallet (Japanese text reading "Dungeon Boss Key")
 57 = Giant's Wallet (Japanese text reading "Dungeon Boss Key")
 58 = Slingshot Bullets (Japanese text reading "Dungeon Boss Key")
 59 = Fishing Rod (Japanese text reading "Dungeon Boss Key")
 5A = Minuet of Forest
 5B = Bolero of Fire
 5C = Serenade of Water
 5D = Requiem of Spirit
 5E = Nocturne of Shadow
 5F = Prelude of Light
 60 = Zelda's Lullaby
 61 = Epona's Song
 62 = Saria's Song
 63 = Sun's Song
 64 = Song of Time
 65 = Song of Storms
 66 = Forest Medallion
 67 = Fire Medallion
 68 = Water Medallion
 69 = Spirit Medallion
 6A = Shadow Medallion
 6B = Light Medallion
 6C = Kokiri's Emerald
 6D = Goron's Ruby
 6E = Zora's Sapphire
 6F = Stone of Agony
 70 = Gerudo's Card
 71 = Gold Skulltula
 72 = Piece of Heart

Actor List

Actors are all objects that are not part of the actual level. You can add any of these actors to Kokiri Forest (at Mido's House) by using this GameShark code (US v1.0):

81244096 yyyy
81244124 xxxx
81244132 zzzz

...where "xxxx" is the first value listed below, "yyyy" is the second, and "zzzz" is the third (unless a third value isn't listed, in which case it's 0000).

0000 0000 Link (may sometimes cause Z-buffer glitches)

0002 0032 Stalfos
 - 0000 = Invisible Stalfos - becomes visible with Lens of Truth, plays
   Mini-Boss theme
 - 0001 = Stalfos, has mini-boss theme and rises out of the ground
 - 0002 = Stalfos, no music and rises out of the ground (can be paired with 1)
 - 0003 = Stalfos, no music and jumps down from the sky when Link is near
 - 0004+ = Stalfos, has mini-boss theme and rises out of the ground

0004 0000 = ?

0007 0001 Dissipating Flames
 - 0001 = Green flames
 - 0003 = Purple flames
 - 0004 = Red bubbles
 - 0005 = Invisible object hovering with shadow for a second, then bursts into
   purple flames
 - 0009 = Green flames
 - 000A = Green flame
 - 000B = Purple flame
 - 000C = Green flame

0008 0001 Great Fairy's Flames
 - 0000 = Orange flame (generic value)
 - 0001 = Orange flame (generic value)
 - 0002 = Blue flame
 - 0003 = Green flame
 - 0004 = Small orange flame
 - 0005 = Orange flame
 - 0006 = Green flame
 - 0007 = Blue flame
 - 0008 = Magenta flame
 - 0009 = Whitish flame
 - 000A = Yellow-white flame
 - 000B = Light green flame
 - 000C = Light magenta flame
 - 000D = Lighter magenta flame
 - 000E = Light blue flame
 - 000F = Light blue flame
 - 83F0 = Small scrolling texture with light
 - FFFF = Faint blue aura

0009 0001 Wooden door (note: if the fourth digit is not 0, then the doors will
spawn artifacts of themselves)
 - 0000 = Acts as an area trigger, typical wooden door
 - 0040 = Same as 0000, but double wooden doors instead, work on both sides
 - 0080 = Single door, locked, silver key needed
 - 00C0 = Double wooden door, but door on left is locked (other door is locked
   on the opposite side); both act like 0040
 - 0100 = Same as 0040
 - 0140 = Same as 0040
 - 0180 = Same as 0040
 - 01C0 = Same as 0040
 - 0200 = Door is already open and slams shut of its own accord, then says "It
   won't open!" if you try to open it. Perhaps the game intended to have
   characters interacting with the environment at some point...?
 - 0300 = Talking door! Passable, but appears on both sides! (last two values'
   text matches that of actor 185, but in increments of 1 instead)
 - 0400+ = Single door, no area triggering, both-way
 - FFFF = Double wooden doors, one-way, crashes when try to open

000A 000E Treasure chest (three-part variable: xyyz)<br />
x - Controls the type of treasure chest you get
 - 0 = Large chest
 - 1 = Invisible (Clear Trigger Large Chest)
 - 2 = Boss Key’s Chest
 - 3 = Invisible (most likely 2, but needs a puzzle solved first)
 - 4 = Invisible large chest (need Lens of Truth in order to see it)
 - 5 = Small chest
 - 6 = Invisible small chest (need Lens of Truth in order to see it)
 - 7 = Invisible (Clear Trigger Small Chest)
 - 8 = Invisible (Small (or Large?) Falling Chest as of now unable to use
   effectively)
 - 9 = Invisible (Unknown)
 - A = Invisible (Sun's Song Triggered Chest)
 - B = Invisible (Switch activated chest as of now are unable to use effectively
 - C+ = Large chest

yy - Controls the contents of the chest
 - 000 = Link tries to pick it up, fails miserably if it’s large, works fine if
   it’s small (but the second time you pick it up, it glitches and makes you
   shoot into the air until you hit the ceiling, at which point you fail
   miserably; trying to throw it makes it stuck in the air)
 - 020 = contains bombs
 - 040 = contains Deku nuts
 - 060 = contains bombchus
 - 080 = contains Fairy bow
 - 0A0 = cutscene opening, contains Fairy slingshot
 - 0C0 = contains Boomerang
 - 0E0 = contains Deku stick
 - 100 = contains hookshot
 - 120 = cutscene opening, contains longshot
 - 140 = contains lens of truth
 - 160 = cutscene opening, contains Zelda’s letter
 - 180 = cutscene opening, contains Ocarina of Time
 - 1A0 = contains Megaton hammer
 - 1C0 = cutscene opening, contains Cojiro
 - 1E0 = cutscene opening, contains empty bottle
 - 200 = cutscene opening, contains red potion
 - 220 = cutscene opening, contains green potion
 - 240 = cutscene opening, contains blue potion
 - 260 = cutscene opening, contains fairy in a bottle
 - 280 = contains Lon Lon Milk
 - 2A0 = contains message in a bottle
 - 2C0 = contains magic beans
 - 2E0 = cutscene opening, contains Skull Mask
 - 300 = cutscene opening, contains Spooky Mask
 - 320 = cutscene opening..... uhh... contains a cucco that thinks it’s a magic
   bean? Changes the child item slot to “Chicken” with a cucco icon... ???
 - 340 = cutscene opening, contains Keaton Mask
 - 360 = cutscene opening, contains Bunny Hood
 - 380 = cutscene opening, contains Mask of Truth
 - 3A0 = cutscene opening, contains Pocket Egg
 - 3C0 = cutscene opening, contains another cucco that thinks it’s a magic
   bean. Changes adult item slot to “Pocket Cucco”... hrmm...
 - 3E0 = cutscene opening, contains Odd Mushroom
 - 400 = cutscene opening, contains Odd Potion
 - 420 = cutscene opening, contains Poacher’s Saw
 - 440 = cutscene opening, contains Broken Goron’s Sword
 - 460 = cutscene opening, contains prescription
 - 480 = cutscene opening, contains Eyeball Frog
 - 4A0 = cutscene opening, contains World’s Finest Eye Drops
 - 4C0 = cutscene opening, contains Claim Check
 - 4E0 = contains Kokiri’s Sword
 - 500 = cutscene opening, contains Giant’s Knife
 - 520 = contains blue (5) rupee
 - 540 = contains blue (5) rupee
 - 560 = contains Mirror Shield
 - 580 = contains blue (5) rupee
 - 5A0 = contains blue (5) rupee
 - 5C0 = contains Iron Boots
 - 5E0 = contains Hover Boots
 - 600 = cutscene opening, contains Big Quiver
 - 620 = cutscene opening, contains Biggest Quiver
 - 640 = contains Bomb Bag
 - 660 = cutscene opening, contains Big Bomb Bag
 - 680 = cutscene opening, contains Biggest Bomb Bag
 - 6A0 = cutscene opening, contains Silver Gauntlets
 - 6C0 = cutscene opening, contains Golden Gauntlets
 - 6E0 = cutscene opening, contains Silver Scale
 - 700 = cutscene opening, contains Golden Scale
 - 720 = cutscene opening, contains Stone of Agony
 - 740 = cutscene opening, contains Gerudo Membership Card
 - 760 = cutscene opening, contains Fairy Ocarina, but game confuses it with the
   Ocarina of Time... somehow...
 - 780 = contains blue (5) rupee
 - 7A0 = cutscene opening, contains Heart Container
 - 7C0 = cutscene opening, contains Piece of Heart
 - 7E0 = cutscene opening, contains Boss Key
 - 800 = cutscene opening, contains compass
 - 820 = cutscene opening, contains map
 - 840 = contains small key
 - 860 = contains blue (5) rupee
 - 880 = contains blue (5) rupee
 - 8A0 = cutscene opening, contains Adult Wallet
 - 8C0 = cutscene opening, contains Giant Wallet
 - 8E0 = cutscene opening, contains weird egg
 - 900 = contains heart
 - 920 = contains arrows (one arrow model)
 - 940 = contains arrows (two arrow model)
 - 960 = contains arrows (three arrow model)
 - 980 = contains green (1) rupee
 - 9A0 = contains blue (5) rupee
 - 9C0 = contains red (20) rupee
 - 9E0 = cutscene opening, contains Heart Container
 - A00 = cutscene opening, contains Lon Lon Milk
 - A20 = cutscene opening, contains Goron Mask
 - A40 = cutscene opening, contains Zora Mask
 - A60 = cutscene opening, contains Gerudo Mask
 - A80 = cutscene opening, contains Goron Bracelet
 - AA0 = contains purple (50) rupee
 - AC0 = contains huge/yellow (200) rupee
 - AE0 = cutscene opening, contains Biggoron’s Sword
 - B00 = contains Fire Arrow
 - B20 = contains Ice Arrow
 - B40 = contains Light Arrow
 - B60 = contains Gold Skulltula token
 - B80 = Contains Din’s Fire
 - BA0 = Contains Farore’s Wind
 - BC0 = Contains Nayru’s Love
 - BE0 = Contains Deku Seeds Bullet Bag (40)
 - C00 = Cutscene opening, contains Deku Seeds Bullet Bag (40)
 - C20 = Contains Deku stick
 - C40 = Contains Deku stick
 - C60 = Contains Deku nuts
 - C80 = Contains Deku nuts
 - CA0 = Contains bombs
 - CC0 = Contains bombs
 - CE0 = Contains bombs
 - D00 = Contains bombs
 - D20 = Contains blue (5) rupee
 - D40 = Contains bombchus
 - D60 = Contains bombchus
 - D80 = Cutscene opening, contains fish in a bottle
 - DA0 = Cutscene opening, contains bug in a bottle
 - DC0 = Cutscene opening, contains blue fire in a bottle
 - DE0 = Cutscene opening, contains Poe in a bottle
 - E00 = Cutscene opening, contains Giant Poe in a bottle
 - E20 = Contains a Door Key (from the Game Shop)
 - E40 = Contains a Loser green rupee (from the Game Shop)
 - E60 = Contains a Loser blue rupee (from the Game Shop)
 - E80 = Contains a Loser red rupee (from the Game Shop)
 - EA0 = Contains a Winner purple rupee (from the Game Shop)
 - EC0 = Cutscene opening, contains a Winner Piece of Heart
 - EE0 = Contains Deku Stick Upgrade (20)
 - F00 = Contains Deku Stick Upgrade (30)
 - F20 = Contains Deku Nut Upgrade (30)
 - F40 = Contains Deku Nut Upgrade (40)
 - F60 = Cutscene opening, contains Deku Seeds Bullet Bag (50)
 - F80 = Freezes you with ice when you open it
 - FA0 = Contains Pocket Egg (no model appears over Link)
 - FC0 = Crashes when you try to open it
 - FE0 = Crashes when you try to open it

z - Identifier. If you have multiple chests in the same room, and this value is the same, when you open one they all open. Change this so it's different to prevent that.

(NOTE: you can have up to 31 chests in a room, feel free to change the 5th least significant bit; for example, var 0030 = bombs in chest #16, var 002F = bombs in chest #16, var 0031 = bombs in chest #17. This is proven by reading the 14th function in the chests' actor.)

000B 000A Great Fairy

000C 002C Proximity activated flame wall

000D 0009 Poe
 - 0000 = Normal Poe
 - 0001 = Normal Poe, leaves a blue rupee at its spawn point
 - 0004+ = Normal Poe

000E 0007 Octorok

000F 0036 Webs
 - 0000 = Web-covered hole
 - 1000 = Vertical web wall (huge)
 - 2000+ = Web-covered hole (when burned, web becomes inverse-conical and
   extends up, looks kinda weird)

0010 0001 Bomb
 - 0000 = Bomb
 - 0001 = Round shadow

0011 000B Ceiling Wall Master

0012 000C Dodongo
 - 0000 = Two-Foot Dodongo (fire+smoke from mouth when dead) from an early
   version?
 - 0001+ = Two-Foot Dodongo (no fire/smoke)

0013 000D Keese
 - 0000 = Fire Keese
 - 0001 = Fire Keese
 - 0002 = Aggressive Keese
 - 0003 = Roosting Keese
 - 0004 = Ice Keese
 - 0005+ = Aggressive Keese

0014 001A Epona
 - 0000+ = Epona
 - 8000+ = No Epona

0015 0001 Collectibles
 - 0000 = Green Rupee
 - 0001 = Blue rupee
 - 0002 = Red rupee
 - 0003 = Heart
 - 0004 = Collectible Bomb
 - 0005 = Collectible Arrow
 - 0806 = Heart Piece
 - 0007 = Heart container (Unused)
 - 0008 = Collectible arrow
 - 0009 = Double collectible arrow
 - 000a = Triple collectible arrow
 - 000b = Collectible Bomb (5)
 - 000c = Collectible Deku nut
 - 000d = Collectible Deku stick
 - 000e = Collectible Large Magic jar
 - 000f = Collectible Magic jar
 - 0010 = Collectible Deku seeds
 - 0011 = Collectible Small Key
 - 0012 = Invisible heart
 - 0013 = Giant orange rupee
 - 0014 = Large purple rupee
 - 0019 = Collectible Bomb (5)
 - 001A+ = Invisible item?

0016 0001 Arrows
 - 0000 = Fire arrow
 - 0001+ = Regular arrow

0018 0001 Fairies
 - 0000 = Navi
 - 0001 = Bottled Healing Fairy
 - 0002 = Roaming Healing Fairy
 - 0003 = Roaming Healing Fairy
 - 0004 = Group of Healing Faries
 - 0005 = Fairy Healing you
 - 0006 = Roaming Healing Fairy
 - 0007 = Roaming Large Healing Fairy

0019 0013 Cucco

001B 0016 Red Tektite
 - 0000+ = Normal tektite
 - 0004+ = Instant death

001C 0017 ?

001D 0018 Peahat
 - 0000 = Normal
 - 0001 = Already dead
 - 0002+ = Crashes

001E 0002 Butterfly

0020 0001 Bugs
 - 0000 = Large bug
 - 0001 = Large bug
 - 0002 = Three small bugs
 - 0003+ = Small bug

0021 0001 Fish
 - 0000 = Fish flopping
 - 0001 = Fish swimming
 - 0002 = Fish swimming, reacts to you

0023 0001 Room changing black plane

0024 0040 0000 ?

0025 001B Lizafos
 - 0000 = Mini-Boss, jumps down from ceiling, needs partner in order to be
   killed
 - 0001+ = Partner to 0000, doesn’t start mini-boss music
 - 0080+ = Lone Lizalfos, doesn’t start music, doesn’t need partner
 - 00FE = Lone Dinolfos, doesn’t start music, doesn’t need partner
 - 00FF = Lone Dinolfos, drops down from ceiling, doesn’t start music

0026 0076 Wooden post with red cloth

0028 001C Ghoma

0029 001D Princess Zelda child (at window)

002A 0001 ?

002B 001E Ghoma Larva
 - 0000+ = Falls, lands on ground, hatches in moments
 - 0003+ = Crashes
 - 0006+ = Normal egg on ground
 - 0008+ = Invisible until it hatches (or with Lens of Truth)
 - 000A+ = Destroyed
 - 0064+ = Puffs of Blue Smoke (dies away when Link approaches)

002C 0003 ?

002D 0012 Shabom (bouncing bubble enemy)

002E 0001 Metal-studded, lifting wooden door

002F 001F Baby Dodongo

0032 0001 Returning Boomerang

0033 0020 Dark Link

0034 0021 Biri thing

0035 0022 ?

0037 0024 Skulltula
 - 0000 = Normal
 - 0001 = Big
 - 0002 = Invisible
 - 0003+ = Normal

0038 0025 Torch Slug

0039 0001 0000 Gameplay_keep items
 - 0000 = Small grey stone block
 - 0001 = Large grey stone block
 - 0002 = Huge grey stone block
 - 0003 = Small grey stone block, rotates when you stand on it
 - 0004 = Large grey stone block, rotates when you stand on it
 - 0005 = Small grey stone cube
 - 0006 = Crashes
 - 0007 = Grass clump
 - 0008 = Small tree stump
 - 0009 = Oblong Signpost (unbreakable, early-ish)
 - 000A = Arrow Signpost (early-ish)
 - 000C+ = Black knobby thing
003A 0026 Stinger
 - 0000 = Four spinning a circle, but once you kill one, the rest are gone as
   well
 - 0001 = Three in formation, sink under floor and do not activate
 - 0002 = Two in formation, sink under floor and do not activate
 - 0003+ = One in formation, sink under floor and do not activate

003B 0001 Ambient sound effects
 - 0000 = Nothing
 - 0001 = Stream
 - 0002 = Magma
 - 0003 = Waterfall
 - 0004 = Small stream?
 - 0005 = Stream?
 - 0006 = Fire Temple’s lower ambient noise
 - 0007 = Fire Temple’s higher ambient noise
 - 0008 = Dripping noise (this from anywhere?)
 - 0009 = River
 - 000A = Market gibberish
 - 000B = Unsure, as the volume decreased but no ambient sound seemed to play
 - 000D = Proximity Saria’s Song
 - 000E = Howling wind
 - 000F = Gurgling
 - 0010 = Temple of Light’s dripping sounds
 - 0011 = Low booming-likish sound
 - 0012 = Quake/Collapse
 - 0013 = Fairy Fountain
 - 0014 = Torches
 - 0015 = Cows
 - 0016+ = Outside of the ambient noise domain

003C 0027 Normal horse

003D 0001 ?

003E 002A Great Deku Tree's jaw

003F 002B Out-of-bounds Plane (typ.)

0040 002C Megaton Statue
 - 0000 = Lower Part (Flame decal)
 - 0001+ = Top Part (Face decal)

0041 002C Huge stone spike platform (Fire Temple)

0042 002D Ganondorf's horse

0043 002C Stone blocks (Fire Temple)
 - 0000 = Large face cube (pushable)
 - 0001+ = Squat cube, shakes and flies into the air when you land on it

0044 002C Spinning flame thrower stone (Fire Temple)

0045 002C Stationary flame thrower statue (Fire Temple)
 - 0000 = 2-way diagonal
 - 0001+ = 4-way plus

0046 002C Stone platform (Fire Temple)
 - 0000 = Sinking
 - 0001+ = Sliding

0047 002C Stone elevator (Fire Temple)

0048 008A ?

0049 0001 Flame circle
XXYY
YY = Input value
XX = Type
 - 00+ Large, doesn't switch off.
 - 10+ Small, switches off for long time with ticking sound.
 - 20+ Small, switches off for long time.
 - 30+ Large, switches off for a short time with ticking sound.
 - 40+ Disabled, small, switches on for short time.
 - 50+ Disabled, large, switches on permanently.
 - 60+ Large, switches off permanently.
 - 70+ Nothing.

004A 002F Drawbridge Objects
 - 0000 = Chains
 - FFFF = Drawbridge

004B 0030 Moblins
 - 0000 = Ground-Pounder
 - 0001+ = Spear-Poker

004C 0031 Bombflower Bomb
 - 0000 = Bomb
 - 0001+ = Invisible Bomb

004D 0060 En_Zl2 (Zelda?)

004E 002C Bg_Hidan_Fslift (???)

004F 0035 Lock on blue spot

0050 0036 Deku Tree Puzzle elements
XXYY
XX = Input
YY = Type
 - 00 = Back and forth moving Platform
 - 01 = Water plane
 - 02 = Three rising platforms
 - 03+ = Invisible object

0051 0036 Rotating spike cylinder (Deku Tree)

0052 0037 Phantom Ganon

0054 0038 Armos statue
 - 0000 = Pushable
 - 0001+ = Monster, cannot be killed with sword

0055 0039 Deku Baba (Snapping)
 - 0000 = Small
 - 0001 = Big
 - 0002+ = Small

0056 0001 ?

0057 0001 ?

0058 002B Rising stone platform (Dodongo's Cavern)

0059 0001 ?

005A 0040 0000 Lord Jabu-Jabu
 - 0000+ = Collision Data
 - 0002+ = Crashes

005B 0046 Zelda's Horse

005C 002B Stone stairs

005D 0048 Warp portals
 - 0000 = Normal
 - 0001 = Nothing
 - 0002 = Blue warp, disappears
 - 0003 = Giant purple crystal/magic enclosure
 - 0004 = Yellow warp, disappears
 - 0005 = Blue warp, doesn't warp you
 - 0006 = Nothing
 - 0007 = Blue warp, warping animation
 - 0008 = Tan warp, disappears
 - 0009 = Green warp, disappears
 - 000A = Red warp, disappears
 - 000B+ = Area fails to load

005E 00A4 Golden torch stand

005F 00BD Heart container

0060 004A Deku Scrub

0061 004D Large rotating stone ring (Forest Temple & Gerudo Training Center)

0062 004D ?

0063 0056 ?

0064 0059 ?

0065 0059 Large square of water
 - 0000 = Switches to lowest (Triforce seems to activate itself for some reason
   in the ToT)
 - 0001+ = Stays at ground level (Triforce isn’t affected in ToT)

0066 0014 ? Purple screen

0067 005A ?

0068 0001 ?

0069 005D "Bubble" enemy
 - FFFE = Bouncing, orange flame Bubble

006A 005E Temple of Time windows
 - 0000 = Normal
 - 0001 = Invisible
 - 0002+ = Crashes

006B 005F Flying floor tile

006C 005E Master sword + cinema

006E 0061 Warp Pad
 - 0000 = Nothing
 - 0001 = Normal
 - 0002 = Different texture in middle (corrupted)

006E 0068 Ocarina warp pad (Unused)
 - 0000 = Normal
 - 0001+ = Nothing

006F 002C Metal gate
 - 0000 = Yellow with corner removed
 - 0001 = Green and rectangular
 - 0002 = Yellow/green and rectangular, looks rusty
 - 0003 = Crashes, but not without drawing a huge black thing that I can only
   assume is a gate...
 - 0004 = Crashes before it can even light the area...
 - 0005+ = Crashes, no sign of a gate

0070 005E Invisible wall, unaffected by Lens of Truth

0071 002C Stone Steps and Platforms (Fire Temple)
 - 0000 = Hammer-triggered Stone Steps
 - 0001+ = Platform, one sided

0072 0077 Brown bird (Unused)

0077 007C Greenery
xxyy - xx controls item(s) dropped, yy controls object mesh
xx: (trees only)
 - 00+ = Random
 - 08 = Deku seeds
 - 09 = Magic jars
 - 0A = Bombs
 - 0B = Three Green Rupees
 - 0C = Three Blue Rupees
 - 0D = Random
 - 0E = Random
 - 0F+ = Nothing
yy:
 - 00 = Large tree
 - 01 = Medium tree
 - 02 = Small tree
 - 03 = Group of trees
 - 04 = Medium tree
 - 05 = Medium tree, dark brown trunk, greener leaves
 - 06 = Group of trees, dark brown trunk, yellow leaves
 - 07 = Medium tree, dark brown trunk, yellow leaves
 - 08 = Group of trees, dark brown trunk, greener leaves
 - 09 = Medium tree, dark brown trunk, greener leaves
 - 0A = Ugly tree from Kakariko Village
 - 0B = Bush
 - 0C = Large bush
 - 0D = Group of bushes
 - 0E = Bush
 - 0F = Group of large bushes
 - 10 = Large bush
 - 11 = Dark bush
 - 12 = Large dark bush
 - 13 = Group of dark bushes
 - 14 = Dark bush
 - 15 = Group of large dark bushes
 - 16 = Large dark bush
 - 19+ = Dancing dark bush (disappears after several repetitions)

007C 0081 Large noisy stone (Unused)
 - 0000 = Normal, flashes blue when struck with sword
 - 0001 = Frickin’ huge, doesn’t flash when struck
 - 0002 = Even bigger?
 - 0003 = Ridiculously huge?
 - 0004+ = Small size, flashes blue when struck

007D 0082 Stone cube (Unused)
 - 0000 = Stone cube, side struck with sword flashes blue
 - 0001+ = Slightly larger

0080 0085 Sliding spiked metal trap
 - 0000+ = Normal
 - 0060+ = Doesn’t move, but still makes noise
 - 00FF+ = Doesn’t move or make noise

0081 0001 ?

0082 0086 Orange pot (Unused)

0084 0088 Talon

0085 0089 ?

0086 0072+0073 Forest Temple, large, round platform

0087 0072+0073 Forest Temple elevator

0088 0072+0073 Forest Temple rotating walls from room before boss

0089 0072+0073 Forest Temple falling ceiling

008A 008B Beamos (does not attack at all)

008B 00AD 0000 Spiritual Stones
 - 0000 = Corrupted, actors and interface gone
 - 0001 = Corrupted, actors and interface gone (in Sutaru, Navi and certain
   other things are invisible, but the interface and Link are not)
 - 0002 = Fading blue glow (Ruto’s teleportation?)
 - 0003 = Corrupted (black polygons spew outwards), disappears after changing
   its form once
 - 0004 = Actors and Link are gone, interface goes in and out, loud rumbling
   sound (goddess)
 - 0005 = Same as 04
 - 0006 = Same as 04
 - 0007 = Same as 03
 - 0008 = Crashes
 - 0009 = Corrupted, Actors, Link, and interface are gone
 - 000A = Corrupted textures overtake screen (on Sutaru, a giant gray triangle
   appears in the center, interface and Link gone)
 - 000B = Same as 09
 - 000C = Same as 09
 - 000D = Same as 0A (on Sutaru, corrupted textures overtake the screen)
 - 000E = Crashes (emulator closes in ToT)
 - 0010 = Similar to 00, portal or vortex sound (possibly from the sages?),
   returns to normal when sound finishes
 - 0013 = Kokiri Emerald
 - 0014 = Goron's Ruby
 - 0015 = Zora's Sapphire
 - 0017 = Corrupted, actors and interface gone
 - 0018+ = Crashes

008c 005e 0000 Temple of Time Objects
 - 000D = Door of Time
 - 000E = Plane of yellow light
 - 000F = Song warping effect
 - 0010 = Warp song arriving effect
 - 0011 = Sparkly effect

008D 002C Large flame wall

008E 000B Floormaster

0090 0098 Redead
 - 0000 = Standing
 - 0001 = Standing
 - 0002 = Crouching
 - 0003 = Invisible (can't tell position)
 - 0004+ = Standing
 - FF80+ = Gibdo lying down, floats up into standing position (supposed to be in
   a coffin)
 - FFFE = Gibdo, standing
 - FFFF = ReDead, standing

0091 0099 Meg (Poe Sister from Forest Temple)

0092 009A Golden Gauntlets rock

0093 0099 Poe puzzle block

0094 0001 Butterflies (Defunct?)
 - 0024 = Lots
 - 3324 = Three

0095 0024 Skullwalltula
 - 0000+ = Skullwalltula
 - 2000+ = Golden Skulltula on ground, damaged, discovery sound, Navi can target
   it and thinks it’s a Skullwalltula
 - 2100+ = Golden Skulltula
 - 4000+ = Same as 2000
 - 4100+ = Same as 2100
 - 6000+ = Same as 2000
 - 6100+ = Golden Skulltula jumps out and lands on ground, discovery sound
 - 8000+ = Same as 2000
 - 8100+ = Same as 2100
 - A000+ = Same as 2000
 - A100+ = Same as 2100
 - C000+ = Same as 2000
 - C100+ = Same as 2100
 - D000+ = Same as 6100
 - E000+ = Same as 2000
 - E100+ = Same as 2100
 - F000+ = Same as 6100

0096 009C Flying Volvagia

0097 0001 Environmental Effects (all/some? variables require their own object)
 - 0000 + ???? = Kokiri Forest flying Fairies/dustmotes

 - 0002 + ???? = ? (from Graveyard)
 - 0003 + ???? = ? (from Zora's River)
 - 0004 + ???? = ? (from Graveyard)
 - 0005 + 0179 = Coloured energy beams from lower part of Ganon's Tower

0098 009D ?

0099 009E Flare Dancer

009A 00A0 Young Epona

009B 0002 Hole in ground exit

009C 00A1 Large Eye of Truth engraving
 - 0000 = Eye of Truth-Engraved Door
 - 0001 = Small square patch of moss-colored ground
 - 0002 = Giant gravestone
 - 0005+ = Crashes

009D 00A2 0000 Gravestone
 - 0000 = Typical
 - 0001 = Typical, when pulled back makes discovery sound
 - 0002+ = Typical

009E 0001 Farore's Wind
 - 0000 = Normal (no sphere)
 - 0001 = Dissipating (no sphere)
 - 0002+ = Crashes

009F 0001 Din's Fire

00A1 00A3 Child Princess Ruto
 - 0000 = Warp spot with Ruto inside
 - 0001 = Leaning Ruto, no collision data, targetable
 - 0002 = Ruto, plays cutscene from Jabu-Jabu's Belly when you first meet her
   (use Moonjump or NOCLIP)
 - 0003 = Ruto, after falling down the hole in Jabu-Jabu
 - 0004+ = Nothing

00A2 00A5 Hole Volvagia

00A3 0003 Fireball
 - 0000+ = Flies, lands, dies in a bit (try not to run into it, Link'll catch on
   fire)
 - 8000+ = Flies, lands, creeps towards Link (it's blue, but it's still fire),
   dies in a bit

00A4 00A6 Dead Hand (does not appear unless his hands exist)

00A5 00A6 Dead Hand's Hand

00A6 00A7 Rauru

00A7 0001 Enemy spawner
XXYY
YY = Number of enemies to spawn
XX = Type of Enemy (their object must also be loaded)
 - 00 + 0017? = Leever? (need to be standing on sand for them to appear? F2 is
   Colossus YY value/ 88 is Wasteland)
 - 0A + 0016 = Red Tektite
 - 10 + 0184 = Stalchildren (YY is different, A4 is Hyrule Field value and loads
   two at a time)

00A8 009D ?

00A9 0087 ?

00AA 000E ?

00AB 009E 0000 Core Flare Dancer creature (has trouble running, tends to stay in
one place or run in one direction; if it jumps up, it'll disappear)
 - 0000 = No damage
 - 0001+ = One-Hit Kill

00AC 009C ? (OpCode crash)

00AE 0001 ?

00AF 0069 Platforms (Shadow Temple)
 - 0000 = Moving stone platforms
 - 0001 = Rising and falling stone platforms
 - 0002 = Spinning black platform
 - 0003 = Metal grate
 - 0004+ = Same as 0001, but graphics are glitched

00B0 0069 Spirit Temple ship
 - 0000 = Normal, doesn't react to Zelda's Lullaby
 - 0001+ = Ship is gone, wheels still there?

00B1 0069 Spinning scythe statues
 - 0000 = Visible
 - 0001 = Invisible (need Lens of Truth)
 - 0100+ = Nothing

00B3 0097 Hyrulian guards
 - 0000 = Crash
 - 0001 = Crash
 - 0002 = Hyrule Castle guard
 - 0003 = Crash
 - 0004 = Crash
 - 0005 = Death Mountain gate guard
 - 0006 = Ceremonial guard (seen through Zelda's window)

00B4 0092 ?

00B5 0092 Flying rubble
 - 0000 = Large
 - 0001 = Medium
 - 0002 = Small
 - 0003 = Large
 - 0004+ = Nothing

00B6 00AC Flobbery muscle block (Jabu-Jabu's Belly)
00xx - xx controls height of the muscle block
 - 00 = Completely flat, doesn't hurt you
 - FF = Default height
 - 1000+ = Smaller size, height not affected by last two digits

00B7 00AB ?

00B8 00AE ?

00B9 00AF Statue from Darunia's room
 - 0000 = Statue, no spear, movable with Adult Link
 - 0001 = Spear only, climbable (Adult Link won't see anything)
 - 0002+ = Nothing

00BA 008C Barinade
 - 0000+ = Nothing
 - 0003+ = Crashes
 - 000A = might spawn jellyfish
 - 000B+ = Crashes
 - 0063+ = Electric jellyfish from Barinade, no collision data
 - FFFF = Barinade

00BB 0069 Giant skull jar (blue flames on top, ejects key when destroyed)

00BC 0069 Shadow Temple objects
 - 0000 = Guillotine blade
 - 0001 = Spiked box on chain
 - 0002 = Spiked wooden wall, moving (often in the wrong direction)
 - 0003 = Opposite spiked wooden wall, moving (same dilemma)
 - 0004 = Propeller, blows wind
 - 0005 = Faster guillotine blade
 - 0006+ = Graphical glitches, same as 2 or 3 (unsure)

00BD 008D Coffin lid

00BE 0069 Statue and Wall (Shadow Temple)
 - 0000 = Giant bird statue (bomb it to make it fall)
 - 0001 = Bombable wall of skulls
 - 0002 = Nothing
 - 0003 = Nothing
 - 0004+ = Crashes after area is loaded

00BF 00B1 Crater smoke cone

00C0 0001 ?

00C1 005B Shooting Gallery man

00C2 00B2 Shop shelves
 - 0000 = Wooden (Default)
 - 0001 = Stone (Zoran)
 - 0002 = Granite (Goron)
 - 0003+ = Crashes

00C3 00B3 Naboruu or whatever her name is

00C4 00B4 Morpha
 - 0000 = Navi’s water warning

00C5 00B5 Shell Blade

00C6 015F Big Octo
 - 0000 = Sits there, mini-boss music starts, slice it to make it move, green
   target (once sliced, it'll jump to the y location of its room, typically
   below)
 - 0001+ = Already running around, yellow target this time, no music, slice its
   back once to make it jump to the y location of its room

00C7 0039 Withered Deku Baba

00C8 0096 Lord Jabu-Jabu objects
 - 0000 = Giant Octo's platform
 - 0001 = Elevator platform
 - 0002 = Water square (non-animated, supposed to adjust according to water
   level)
 - 0003 = Lowering platform
 - 0004+ = Graphical glitch, unknown

00C9 0000 ? Receiving medallion
 - 0000 = Saria, talks a bit, then stops
 - 0001 = Saria, doesn't talk
 - 0002+ = Nothing
 - FFFF = Same as 1

00CA 00C9 ?

00CB 00C0 ?

00CC 00C1 ?
 - 0000+ = Nothing
 - 0002+ = Crashes

00CD 00C2 Dodongo Cavern Entrance Rock
 - 0000+ = Nothing
 - FFFF = Giant Rock

00CF 002C Bombable walls (Fire Temple)
 - 0000 = Cracked stone floor
 - 0001 = Bombable stone wall
 - 0002 = Large bombable stone wall

00D0 0002 2D bombable wall (Defunct?)

00D1 0074 ?

00D2 00CA Adult Ruto (Defunct?)

00D3 00CC ?

00D4 0059 Water noise

00D5 006A Lake Hylia Objects
 - 0000+ = Temple Gate
 - 0100+ = Gate lock
 - 0200+ = Water plane
 - 0300+ = Nothing
 - 0400+ = Crashes

00D6 006B Movable ice block

00D7 008D ?

00D9 00D0 ?

00DA 0001 Bombchu

00DB 0001 ?
 - 0000 = Nothing
 - 0001 = Crashes
 - 0002 = Nothing
 - 0003 = Nothing
 - 0004 = Timer appears, gunshot noise
 - 0005+ = Nothing
 - 000B+ = Nothing, crashes when you activate Map Select
 - 0010+ = Crashes

00DC 00D3 Twinrova

00DD 00D4 Like-Like

00DE 00D5 Tentacle from inside Lord Jabu-Jabu
 - 0000 = Reddish brown
 - 0001 = Green
 - 0002 = Grayish blue with some red
 - 0003+ = Already dead

00DF 00D5 Blocking tentacle from inside Lord Jabu-Jabu
 - 0000 = Reddish brown
 - 0001 = Green
 - 0002 = Grayish blue with some red
 - 0003 = Corrupt textures, still visible and works
 - 0004 = Dark brownish
 - 0005+ = Blackish gray

00E0 00D6 Anubis Statue

00E1 00D6 Fire thing (possibly from Volvagia, only appears when cutscene mode is
off)

00E2 0072 + 0073 - Forest Temple ladder
 - 0000 = Wooden ladder

00E3 0072 + 0073 - Forest Temple elements
 - 0000 = Rotating platforms
 - 0001 = Metal gate

00E4 0072 Invisible geometry (Defunct?)

00E5 017A Death Mountain cloud ring
 - 0000 = Gray
 - 0001 = Expanding, gray (Unused?)
 - 0002 = Same as above (Unused?)

00E6 0096 Switch from inside Lord Jabu-Jabu
 - 0000 = Press down, makes discovery sound
 - 0001 = Yellow button, only goes down halfway with Link
 - 0002 = Yellow button, makes puzzle solved sound
 - 0003 = Really tall yellow button, can't press it, shoot to make puzzle solved
   sound
 - 0004 = Really tall yellow button, shoot twice to make discovery sound
 - 0005+ = Nothing

00E7 00E0 Child Malon (Defunct?)

00E8 00E1 + 017C + 017D - Ganondorf Boss
 0000 = Begins battle
 0001 = Ganondorf death sequence

00E9 00E2 Bongo Bongo's hand
 - 0000 = Left hand
 - 0001 = Right hand
 - 0002 = Not sure which hand it is, but all the fingers are mashed together
 - 0003 = Flat right hand
 - 0004 = Looks like left hand, fingers mashed together, slightly leaning up
 - 0005 = Flat right hand, slightly leaning up
 - 0006 = Right hand, looks like its grabbing tightly
 - 0007 = Similar to 6
 - 0008 = Similar to 7, fingers moving a little
 - 0009 = Similar to 8
 - 000A = Very bizarre finger arrangement
 - 000B = Crouching right hand
 - 000C = Finger-walking right hand, thumb doing an awkward sidestep (no
   movement, of course)
 - 000D = Similar to C, thumb corrected
 - 000E = Limp right hand, thumb awkward
 - 000F = Similar to E, thumb corrected
 - 0010 = Jumping all over the place, glitchy
 - 0011 = Same
 - 0012 = Slightly under floor, completely flat, likely dead position
 - 0013 = Same
 - 0014 = Same
 - 0015 = Invisible, only large shadow is present (Lens of Truth reveals nothing)
 - 0016+ = Same as 12

00EC 00E5 Spike enemy
 - 0000 = Normal
 - 0001+ = Does not open (possibly waiting for some trap to spring?)

00ED 00E6 ?

00EE 0015 Deku shield
 - 0000 = Collectible Deku Shield
 - 0001 = Burning Deku shield
 - 0002+ = Crashes

00EF 006B Red Ice
 - 0000+ = Large crystal
 - 0100+ = Smaller crystal
 - 0200+ = Crystal platform
 - 0300+ = Meltable ice sheet
 - 0400+ = Giant crystal
 - 0500+ = Crashes
 - 0600+ = Nothing

00F0 0001 Blue Flame
 - 0000 = Group of small blue flames, disappear
 - 0001+ = Blue flame, disappears
 - FFFF = Blue flame, targetable

00F1 00DE Ocarina of Time
 - 0000 = Ocarina of Time being tossed higher in air
 - 0001 = Ocarina of Time being tossed in air
 - 0002 = Ocarina of Time
 - 0003 = Collectible Ocarina of Time

00F4 0001 Nayru's Love
 - 0000 = Normal
 - 0001+ = No bright sphere, first one dies off quickly

00F5 0001 ?
 - 0000 = Nothing
 - 0001+ = Crashes

00F6 0001 ?

00F7 0069 Shadow Temple truth spinner
 - 0000 = Bird statue with push block attached, rotates
 - 0001 = Circular platform (supposed to open if you choose poorly)
 - 0002 = Gate, blocks one-way (like most do)
 - 0003 = Skull top
 - 0004+ = Glitchy graphics, can’t see object, behaves like the gate

00F8 00F0 Hyrule Castle fence (looks like the one inside the castle; green)

00F9 011F Giant rolling boulder (moves very slowly in some cases)

00FA 00F1 Sliding, climbable brick wall (Spirit Temple)

00FC 00F1 Rotating Cobra mirror
 - 0000 = Large shadow (looks like it's reproduced, well-done though)
 - 0001 = Small shadow (same technique)
 - 0002 = No shadow
 - 0003+ = Crashes

00FD 00F1 Climbable metal grating (Fire Temple)

00FE 015B 0000 Fishing pond man and Fish
 - 0000+ = Wearing red vest over blue shirt, no hat
 - 0064+ = Normal fish
 - 0073+ = Hylian Loach
 - 0100+ = Huge Hylian Loach
 - 8000+ = Pond stuff, still no hat

00FF 0003 Movable Block
 - 00 = Small
 - 01 = Large
 - 02 = Very large
 - 03 = Huge
 - 0B+ = Crashes
 
0100 0181 Death Mountain trail gate

0101 0001 Sparklies gathering together
 - 0000 = Rushing white particles (Jabu-Jabu, when he opens his mouth)
 - 0001 = Rushing white particles to one point (???)
 - 0002+ = Nothing
 - 0005+ = Crashes

0102 00F9 Windmill sails

0103 00F9 Kakariko village well crossbeam

0104 00F9 Kakariko village well water
 - FFFF = ?

0105 00A4 Golden torch stand (granite base)

0106 00E1 ?

0107 00F0 Milk crate

0108 0100 Lon Lon Ranch obstacle fence
 - 0000 = Fence
 - 0001 = Nothing
 - 0002+ = Fence

010A 0001 ?

010B 0001 ?

010C 0001 ?

010F - Each requires own Object - Collectible items
 - 0000 + 00C6 = Bottle
 - 0001 + 010B = Bottle with letter
 - 0002 + 00DC = Hylian shield
 - 0003 + 00BE = Quiver
 - 0004 + 00DB = Silver Scale
 - 0005 + 00DB = Golden scale
 - 0006 + 00AA = Small key
 - 0007 + 0158 = Fire Arrow

0110 0003 Crates (can also appear as a giant, liftable fish which is otherwise unused)
 - 0000 = Small crate, contains green rupee
 - 0001 = Small crate, contains blue rupee
 - 0002 = Small crate, contains red rupee
 - 0003 = Small crate, contains green rupee
 - 0004 = Small crate, contains bombs
 - 0005 = Small crate, contains arrows
 - 0006 = Small crate, contains Piece of Heart
 - 0007 = Small crate, contains unused heart container...?
 - 0008 = Small crate, contains Deku Seeds
 - 0009 = Small crate, contains Deku Seeds
 - 000A = Small crate, contains Deku Seeds
 - 000B = Small crate, contains bombs
 - 000C = Small crate, contains Deku Nuts
 - 000D = Small crate, contains Deku sticks
 - 000E = Small crate, contains large magic jar
 - 000F = Small crate, contains small magic jar
 - 0010 = Small crate, contains Deku Seeds
 - 0011 = Small crate, contains Small Key
 - 0012 = Small crate, contains healing fairy
 - 0013 = Small crate, contains one helluva giant orange rupee
 - 0014 = Small crate, contains giant purple rupee
 - 0015 = Small crate, empty
 - 0016 = Small crate, empty
 - 0017 = Small crate, contains Zora tunic...?
 - 0018 = Small crate, contains Goron tunic...?
 - 0019 = Small crate, contains bombs
 - 001A+ = Small crate, empty

0111 0001 Breakable pot (Defunct?)

0112 0001 Invisible collectible
 - 0xxx = Collect as soon as you enter area
 - 1xxx = Collect as you pass over it
 - x000 = Deku nut
 - x100 = Heart
 - x200 = Green rupee
 - x300 = Green rupee
 - x400 = Bomb
 - x500 = Arrow
 - x600 = ???
 - x700 = Deku Seeds

0113 0106 0000 Iron Knuckle
 - 0000 = Nothing
 - 0001 = White, sitting (in air...?)
 - 0002 = Black, standing
 - 0003 = White, standing
 - 000B+ = White, no armor falls off when at low health
 - FF02 = Gold, standing

0114 0106 ?

0115 010A Skullkid

0116 010A ?

0117 0001 ?

0118 005A ?

0119 0001 ?

011A 0168 Deku salesman (already out?)
 - 0000 = Deku Nuts
 - 0001 = Deku Sticks
 - 0002 = Piece of Heart (10 rupees? Score!)
 - 0003 = Deku Seeds
 - 0004 = Deku Shield
 - 0005 = Bombs
 - 0006 = Deku Seeds
 - 0007 = Red Potion
 - 0008 = Green Potion
 - 0009 = Deku Stick Upgrade
 - 000A = Deku Nut Upgrade
 - 000B = Never speaks, and Link is sadly very patient...
 - 000C+ = Pocket Egg?
 - 8000+ = Nothing

011B 0001 Navi information spot
00xx - xx controls which text is displayed; the first two digits are always
ignored
 - 00 = What's that?
 - 01 = Look, look, LINK! You can see down below this web using C-Up!
 - 02 = Look at this wall! The vines growing on it give it a rough
   surface... Maybe you can climb it, LINK!
 - 03 = You can open a door by standing in front of it and pressing A. Pay
   attention to what the Action Icon says. That’s the blue icon at the top of
   the screen!
 - 04 = Look! Something is hanging up there! It looks like an old ladder!
 - 05 = Hey... isn't that the same design that’s on the Door of Time?
 - 06 = It looks like that torch was burning not too long ago...
 - 07 = From here on, we'll be going through some narrow passages! If you take
   it slow, maybe you can sneak up on some enemies.
 - 08 = Stand next to this block and grab hold of it with A. While holding A,
   you can push or pull it. If you stand next to the block and press A while
   pressing [the control stick] towards the block, you can climb on top of
   it. Pay attention to what the Action Icon says!
 - 09 = 0109
 - 0A = 010a
 - 0B = 010b
 - 0C = After you get into the water, if you hold down A, you can dive! I bet
   there are some interesting things underwater!
 - 0D = 010d
 - 0E = 010e
 - 0F = 010f
 - 10 = 0110
 - 11 = 0111
 - 12 = 0112
 - 13 = 0113
 - 14 = Wow! Look at all those Bomb Flowers! Is there any way you can set them
   all off at once?
 - 15 = It looks like there are many lava pits around here, so watch your step!
 - 16 = With that switch on, the moving platform goes even higher. Now you can
   quickly reach the second floor!
 - 17 = 0117
 - 18 = 0118
 - 19 = You never know what will be around the corner in these narrow
   paths... Use Z Targeting to always look in the proper direction. This is a
   useful technique, isn't it?
 - 1A = 011a
 - 1B = 011b
 - 1C = 011c
 - 1D = 011d
 - 1E = 011e
 - 1F = LINK, what are you looking at?
 - 20 = 0120
 - 21 = 0121
 - 22 = 0122
 - 23 = 0123
 - 24 = The Desert Colossus's face... it sure looks evil!
 - 25 = 0125
 - 26 = I can hear the spirits whispering in this room... “Look for the eye of
   truth...” That's what they're saying!
 - 27 = 0127
 - 28 = Here... I can hear the spirits whispering in this room... “Those who
   have sacred feet should let the wind guide them. Then, they will be lead to
   the hidden path.” That’s what they are saying!
 - 29 = This wall... it says something here... “Danger above...” That’s what it
   says.
 - 2A = This wall... it says something here... “Danger below...” That’s what it
   says.
 - 2B = The water flowing out of this statue is flooding the entire floor.
 - 2C = 012c
 - 2D = 012d
 - 2E = 012e
 - 2F = Watch out, LINK! Electricity is running through this green slimy thing!
 - 30 = 0130
 - 31 = Watch out, LINK! Electricity is running through this red slimy thing!
 - 32 = Watch out, LINK! Electricity is running through this blue slimy thing!
 - 33 = This switch... It doesn't look like you can press it down with your
   weight alone, LINK...
 - 34 = 0134
 - 35 = 0135
 - 36 = 0136
 - 37 = The red slimy thing is gone! That must be because you cut the red tail!
   Will that work with the other ones too?
 - 38 = 0138
 - 39 = There’s a switch beyond this wall!
 - 3A = It looks like there is something up there on top of the platform!
 - 3B = 013b
 - 3C = 013c
 - 3D = WHAAAT!? Look at all those flags! Can you figure out which ones are
   real? (Unused?)
 - 3E = 013e
 - 3F = 013f
 - 40 = The Great Deku Tree has summoned you! Please come with me!
 - 41 = C'mon! Be brave! Let’s go into the Deku Tree!
 - 42 = The Great Deku Tree wanted us to go visit the princess at Hyrule
   Castle... Shouldn't we get going?
 - 43 = The girl from the ranch asked us to find her father... I wonder where he
   is?
 - 44 = I wonder where we’ll find the princess in this big old castle?
 - 45 = What would Saria say if we told her we’re going to save Hyrule?
 - 46 = Impa said that the Spiritual Stone of Fire is somewhere on Death
   Mountain.
 - 47 = Let’s go inside the Dodongo’s Cavern using a Bomb Flower!
 - 48 = Darunia said that a fairy lives on top of Death Mountain, didn’t he?
 - 49 = I wonder if Saria knows anything about the other Spiritual Stone?
 - 4A = It seems Princess Ruto somehow got inside Jabu-Jabu’s belly...
 - 4B = You collected three Spiritual Stones! Let’s go back to Hyrule Castle!
 - 4C = Those people on the white horse... they were Zelda and Impa, weren’t
   they? It looked like they threw something into the moat!
 - 4D = Let’s go check inside the Temple of Time.
 - 4E = Should we believe what Sheik said and go to Kakariko Village?
 - 4F = 014f
 - 50 = I wonder what’s going on in the forest right now... I’m worried about
   Saria, too!
 - 51 = That cloud over Death Mountain... there is something strange about it...
 - 52 = An arctic wind is blowing from Zora’s River... do you feel it?
 - 53 = Those Iron Boots look like they weigh a ton! If you wear those boots,
   you may be able to walk at the bottom of the lake.
 - 54 = Let’s look for someone who might know about the other Sages!
 - 55 = That monster! It came out of the well in the village! Let’s go check out
   the well!
 - 56 = I wonder who built the Spirit Temple, and for what purpose?
 - 57 = Have you ever played the Nocturne of Shadow that Sheik taught you?
 - 58 = The desert... that is where Ganondorf the Evil King was born. If we go
   there, we might find something...
 - 59 = 0159
 - 5A = Equip the Silver Gauntlets and try to move things you couldn’t budge
   before!
 - 5B = The one who is waiting for us at the Temple of Time...it could be...
 - 5C = We have to save Princess Zelda from her imprisonment in Ganon’s Castle!
 - 5D = 015D
 - 5E = 015E
 - 5F = LINK, try to keep moving!!
 - 60 = I don’t mind talking to you using the Ocarina’s magic, but I’d really
   like to talk to you face-to-face!
 - 61 = The forest is connected to many different places! If you can hear my
   song, you must be near somewhere that is connected to the forest!
 - 62 = I was so happy to hear that Mr. Darunia loved my song so much! I was
   even happier to find out I helped out on your quest, LINK!  Tee hee hee!
 - 63 = Are you collecting Spiritual Stones? You have one more to find? You mean
   the Spiritual Stone of Water, don’t you? The Great Deku Tree once told me
   that King Zora, ruler of Zora’s Domain, has it...
 - 64 = Are you collecting Spiritual Stones? You have one more to find? You mean
   the Spiritual Stone of Fire, don’t you? The Great Deku Tree once told me that
   Mr. Darunia of the Gorons has it...
 - 65 = LINK... I don’t know what it is... I have this feeling of dread... The
   Castle... Yes, something bad is happening at the Castle!
 - 66 = What? Your ocarina sounds... different somehow... Have you been
   practicing a lot, LINK?
 - 67 = Are you looking for a temple? A mysterious bird once told me... “Eyes
   that can see through darkness will open in a storm.” Do you have any idea
   what he meant by this?
 - 68 = Where are you, LINK? Are you looking for a temple? I once heard a
   mysterious bird say... “Go, young man. Go to the Desert Goddess with an
   ocarina.” Do you have any idea what he meant by this?
 - 69 = Did you find all the temples yet?
 - 6A = Great! You’re safe! I knew I would hear from you again! I’m in the
   Forest Temple! The forest spirits were calling for help, so I went to check
   it out... But it’s full of evil monsters! Help me, LINK!
 - 6B = LINK... At first, I didn’t want to become the Sage of the Forest... But
   I’m glad now. Because I’m helping you save Hyrule, LINK! Yes, I am!
 - 6C = If all six Sages come together, we can imprison Ganondorf, the King of
   Evil, in the Sacred Realm. But in order to make a perfect seal, we need the
   seventh Sage. Someone you know must be that Sage, LINK... From now on, you
   must travel between past and future to awaken the remaining Sages! Keep up
   the good work, LINK!
 - 6D = We, the Six Sages, are channeling our power to you! The destiny of
   Hyrule depends upon you!
 - 6E = 016e
 - 6F = 016f
 - 70+ = You borrowed a Pocket Egg! A Pocket Cucco will hatch from it
   overnight. Be sure to give it back when you are done with it.

011C 0003 Stone Eye Flamethrower
 - 0001 = Eye
 - 0002 = Heat-Seeking flame
 - 0003 = Immobile flame, dies
 - 0004+ = Flame sound effect

011D 0003 Flying Pot
 - 0000+ = Green Rupee
 - 0100+ = Bombs
 - 0200+ = Deku Seeds
 - 0300+ = Deku Nuts
 - 0400+ = Deku Seeds
 - 0500+ = Giant Purple Rupee
 - 0600+ = Goron Vest
 - 0700+ = Nothing

011E 0001 ?

011F 0112 Zora's River waterfall

0120 0113 Zora's Domain waterfall
 - 0000 = Waterfall and large water patch
 - 0001+ = Water patches for King’s chamber

0121 0114 Frezzard
 - 0000 = Immobile
 - 00FF+ = Mobile

0122 0089 Dampe's Ghost (speaks of Shadow Medallions?)

0123 006C Rotating windmill mechanism
 - 0000 = Rotating platform
 - 0100+ = Thick stone door

0124 00FE Zora diving game

0125 0001 Liftable & cutable, basic bush
 - 0000 = Normal shrub, random drops
 - 0001+ = Nothing

0125 012B Liftable & cutable, respawning grass clump
 - 0000 = Nothing
 - 0001 = Cuttable grass
 - 0002 = Cuttable grass
 - 0003+ = Nothing

0126 011E Bean planting spot

0127 0163 Brown boulder
 - 0000 = Normal
 - 8000+ = Makes puzzle solved sound when destroyed

012A 0003 Switches (make puzzle solved sound when triggered, one-time only)
 - 00 = Normal switch
 - 01 = Rusted switch
 - 02 = Yellow eye
 - 03 = Crystal (yellow core when activated)
 - 04 = Crystal (yellow core when activated, targetable, green target)
 - 05+ = Crashes

012B 011B Huge stone elevator (Unused)<br />
xyzz - x controls height to rise, y controls speed, zz controls size
x:
 - 0 = No vertical movement when triggered
 - 1 = Slight amount
...
 - F = Very, very high
y:
 - 0 = No vertical movement when triggered, rising sound is stuck in an infinite
   loop if x isn’t 0
 - 1 = Very slow
...
 - F = Very, very fast
zz:
 - 00 = Large
 - 01 = Small
Alternates with remaining values.

012C 011D 0000 Square, collapsing platform<br />
xxyy - xx controls delay, yy controls size
xx:
 - x# = larger # is, the longer it takes before platform reacts to Link (x is
   ignored)
 - xF = Doesn’t shake, falls immediately (x is ignored)
yy:
 - 00+ = Large
 - EA+ = Small

012D 011C Stone Hookshot target
 - 0000 = Square hookshot target tower
 - 0001 = Same, underground
 - 0002 = Square hookshot stone
 - 0003 = Corrupted graphics, cannot see (no mesh seems to be present)
Repeats.

012E 0001 Play Ocarina here spot
 - 13FF = Song of Time (Door of Time)
 - 1BFF = Zelda's Lullaby (Royal Family's Tomb)
 - 07F8 = Zelda's Lullaby (Zora Waterfall)
 - 17FF = Sun's Song Spot (Learning)
 - 0BC2 = Song of Storms Spot (Learning?)

012F 0001 0000 ?

0130 011F 0000 ?

0131 0001 0000 Sparkling Rupee
 - 0000 = Sparkling blue rupee
 - 0001 = Huge magenta rupee, explodes when touched (UNUSED)
 - 0002 = Blue, red, and orange rupees, explode when touched (UNUSED)
 - 0003 = Random-colored rupees, collectible
 - 0004 = Green rupees underground, not collectible (UNUSED)
 - 0005+ = Crashes

0132 0121 ?

0133 0122 Carpenter (Link freezes if you speak to them)
 - 0000 = Standing, red shorts
 - 0001 = Sitting, light blue shorts
 - 0002 = Standing, green shorts
 - 0003 = Sitting, purple shorts

0135 0124 Non-solid round creatures (Unused)

0136 0125 Dark Link's illusion room

0137 0001 Unknown
 - 0000 = Cannot see anything while object is visible. Navi is capable of
   targeting it, but gives no information.
 - 0002 = Area is visible (interface corrupted), otherwise same.
 - 0008 = Everything seems fine, but Navi's invisible and there's no mesh. Still
   targetable, though.
 - 0009 = Same as 2.
 - 000D = Same as 0.
 - 000E = Same as 2.
 - 000F = Same as 0.
 - 0010 = Similar to 2, but has a white bar that takes up half of the left-hand
   side of the screen. Shrinks slightly if you target the object, grows back
   when you break target. Also shrinks when cutscenes are active.
 - 0011 = Same as 0.
 - 0012 = Same as 2, but black polygon appears whenever object is in view.
 - 0013 = Same as 12.
 - 0014 = Same as 0.
 - 0015 = Same as 2.
 - 001A = Similar to 8, except now Navi and the blue arrow are visible. There's
   still no mesh, Navi gives no information, and there are no lock-on triangles
   when targeted.
 - 001C = Same as 2.
 - 001D = Same as 1A.
 - 001E = Same as 2.
 - 0021 = Completely unstable object. When visible, ToT's polygons tend to turn
   black, flash, or disappear. Other black polygons tend to appear as well,
   suggesting that this is pointing to corrupted mesh data or is triggering
   abnormal behavior. Stabilizes once object is off-screen.
 - 0023 = Same as 2.
 - 0024 = Same as 1A.
 - 0025 = Same as 2.
 - 0026 = Same as 21.
 - 0027 = Same as 1A.
 - 0028 = Same as 2.
 - 002D = Same as 21.
 - 002E = Same as 0.
 - 002F = Same as 21.
 - 0030 = Same as 2.
 - 0035 = Same as 0.
 - 0036 = Same as 21.
 - 0039 = Same as 2.
 - 003B = Same as 21.
 - 003D = Same as 1A.
 - 003F = Same as 2.
...

0138 0116 White clothed Gerudo
 - 0000 = Shoos you away, calls you a kid regardless of your actual age
 - 0001 = Whistleblower
 - 0002+ = Crashes

0139 0001 ?

013A 0001 Dynamic Shadow for Link (Unused? Check in Spirit Temple under light),
works for all values except 1

013B 0001 Enemy Arwing (Unused)
 - 0000 = Cutscene start
 - 0001+ = No cutscene (required if you spawn more than four or five of these)

013C 0110 Kakariko Cucco lady

013D 00C9 Lockable blue arrow spot
 - 0000 = Blue lock-on spot (possibly used for fishing minigame?)
 - 0001+ = Crashes

013E 0127 Bean seller

013F 0128 Carpenter's son (ignores you)

0140 0129 ?

0141 012F Square signpost
 - 00 = X
 - 01 = Hyrule Field
 - 02 = Hyrule Castle Town
 - 03 = The Temple of Time
 - 04 = Dead End
 - 05 = Kakariko Village / Death Mountain Trail / Starting Point
 - 06 = Kakariko Village Graveyard
 - 07 = Dark!  Narrow!  Scary! / Well of Three Features
 - 08 = Death Mountain / No passage without a / Royal Decree!
 - 09 = Death Mountain Trail
 - 0A = Dodongo’s Cavern / Don’t enter without permission!
 - 0B = Land of the Gorons / Goron City
 - 0C = Zora’s River / Watch out for swift current / and strong undertow.
 - 0D = The Shadow will yield only to one / with the eye of truth, handed / down
   in Kakariko Village.
 - 0E = Zora’s Domain
 - 0F = Zora’s Fountain / Don’t disturb Lord Jabu-Jabu! / –King Zora XVI
 - 10 = Forest Training Center / Don’t recklessly cut signs– / read them
   carefully!
 - 11 = All those reckless enough to / venture into the desert–please drop by
   our shop. / Carpet Merchant
 - 12 = Just ahead: / Great Deku Tree’s Meadow
 - 13 = Forest Temple
 - 14 = The Lost Woods
 - 15 = Talon and Malon’s / Lon Lon Ranch
 - 16 = The Great Ingo’s / Ingo Ranch
 - 17 = Lake Hylia
 - 18 = Lakeside Laboratory / Daily trying to get to the bottom / of the
   mysteries of Lake Hylia! / –Lake Scientist
 - 19 = Gerudo Valley
 - 1A = Horseback Archery Range / Skilled players are welcome! / Current record:
   # Points
 - 1B = Gerudo Training Ground / Only registered members are / allowed!
 - 1C = Haunted Wasteland / If you chase a mirage, the / desert will swallow
   you. / Only one path is true!
 - 1D = Spirit Temple
 - 1E = Kokiri Shop / We have original forest goods!
 - 1F = LINK’s House
 - 20 = Forest folk shall not leave these woods.
 - 21 = Follow the trail along the edge of / the cliff and you will reach /
   Goron City, home of the Gorons.
 - 22 = Natural Wonder / Bomb Flower / Danger! Do not uproot!
 - 23 = Death Mountain Summit / Entrance to the crater ahead / Beware of intense
   heat!
 - 24 = King Zora’s Throne Room / To hear the King’s royal / proclamations,
   stand on the / platform and speak to him.
 - 25 = If you can stop my wild rolling, you might get something great. / –Hot
   Rodder Goron
 - 26 = Only one with the eye of truth / will find the stone umbrella / that
   protects against the / rain of blades.
 - 27 = Only one who has sacred feet / can cross the valley of the dead.
 - 28 = The record time of those / who raced against me was: / ##"##" / –Dampé
   the Gravekeeper
 - 29 = Shooting Gallery / etc.
 - 2A = Treasure Chest Shop / We don’t necessarily sell them...
 - 2B = High Dive Practice Spot / Are you confident / in your diving skill?
 - 2C = 032c
 - 2D = Mountain Summit / Danger Ahead - Keep Out
 - 2E = Happy Mask Shop! / Now hiring happiness / delivery men!
 - 2F = Bombchu Bowling Alley / You can experience the / latest in Bomb
   technology!
 - 30 = Bazaar / We have a little bit of everything!
 - 31 = Potion Shop / We have the best quality / potions!
 - 32 = Goron Shop / Mountaineering supplies!
 - 33 = Zora Shop / We have fresh fish!
 - 34 = Heart-Pounding Gravedigging Tour! / From 18:00 to 21:00 Hyrule Time /
   –Dampé the Gravekeeper
 - 35 = Heart-Pounding Gravedigging Tour! / Tours are cancelled until a new /
   gravekeeper is found. We / apologize for any inconvenience.
 - 36 = Thrust Attack Signs! / To thrust with your sword, press / [CS] toward
   your target while / Z Targeting, then press B.
 - 37 = Hole of “Z” / Let’s go through this small / hole! / Stand in front of
   the hole and / push [CS] towards it. When the / Action Icon shows “Enter,”
   press / A to crawl into the hole. / Pay attention to what the Action / Icon
   says!
 - 38 = Cut Grass With Your Sword / If you just swing with B, you’ll / cut
   horizontally. If you hold Z as / you swing, you’ll cut vertically.
 - 39 = Hyrule Castle / Lon Lon Ranch
 - 3A = You are here: Hyrule Castle / This way to Lon Lon Ranch
 - 3B = Just Ahead / King Zora’s Chamber / Show the proper respect!
 - 3C = House of the Great Mido / Boss of the Kokiri
 - 3D = House of the Know-It-All Brothers
 - 3E = House of Twins
 - 3F = Saria’s House
 - 40 = View Point with Z Targeting / When you have no object to look / at, you
   can just look forward / with Z. / Stop moving and then change the / direction
   you are facing, or hold / down Z for a little while. / This can help you get
   oriented in / the direction you want to face. / It’s quite convenient! / If
   you hold down Z, you can / walk sideways while facing / straight ahead. /
   Walking sideways can be a very / important technique in dungeon /
   corridors. Turn around and try doing this right now.
 - 41 = Stepping Stones in the Pond / If you boldly go in the direction / you
   want to jump, you will leap / automatically. / If you hop around on the
   stones, / you’ll become happier!
 - 42 = No Diving Allowed / –It won’t do you any good!
 - 43 = Switch Targeting / If you see a \/ icon above an / object, you can
   target it with Z. / ... / You can target the stones next to this sign for
   practice!
 - 44 = Forest Stage / We are waiting to see your / beautiful face! / Win
   fabulous prizes!
 - 45 = Visit the / House of the Know-It-All Brothers / to get answers to all
   your / item-related questions!
 - 46+ = Pocket Egg

0142 0097 Hyrule Castle guard
 - 0000 = Whistleblower
 - 0001+ = Stands there, does nothing
 - 8000+ = Whistleblower

0143 0013 Hopping Cucco, not solid
 - 0000 = Non-solid cucco, hops oddly every once in awhile and only goes in one
   direction
 - 0001 = Invisible, solid cucco, doesn’t move, can be attacked but will only
   smoke and molt
 - 0002+ = Invisible cucco, cannot be attacked it seems, no idea what it does,
   but you can hear it
 - 8000+ = Same as 0

0144 0013 Attacking Cucco, not solid

0145 0180 ?

0146 00BC Saria

0147 0001 Checkable spot, Navi hovers over it in green hue (has the bean
seller’s 10 rupee please text)

0148 0130 ?

0149 010F Potion Shop hag

014A 0132 Lakeside Professor

014B 0160 Bombchu Bowling alley lady

014C 0001 ?

014D 0131 Kaepora Gaebora
 - 0000+ = Does nothing
 - 0040+ = First owl (meet outside of Kokiri Forest exit)
 - 0080+ = Second owl (meet near Hyrule Castle)
 - 00C0+ = Third owl (meet in front of Kakariko Village)
 - 0100+ = Fourth owl (meet between Lake Hylia and Gerudo Valley, I think)
 - 0140+ = Fifth owl (meet in front of Lake Hylia)
 - 0180+ = Nothing
 - 01C0+ = Sixth owl (meet in Lake Hylia, have to talk to him manually, grabbing
   his talons crashes the game)
 - 0200+ = Seventh owl (meet at Death Mountain summit, have to talk to him
   manually, grabbing his talons crashes the game)
 - 0240+ = Same as above
 - 0280+ = Eighth owl (meet in Desert Colossus)
 - 02C0+ = Ninth owl (meet in Lost Woods, before meeting Saria)
 - 0300+ = Tenth owl (meet in Lost Woods, after meeting Saria)
 - 0340+ = First owl? (Head position alternates)

014E 0002 Small rock (may cause glitched graphics in certain places)
 - 0000 = Small rock, random drops
 - 0001 = Large light-gray rock, cannot pick up as Young Link, no drop
 - 0002 = Same as 0000
 - 0003 = Large light-gray rock, can pick up as Young Link, no drop
 - 0004 = Same as 0000
 - 0005 = Same as 0003
*continues in this pattern*
 - 0090 = Small rock, spawns bugs when you lift it, no drop
 - 0091 = Large light-gray rock, spawns bugs when you lift it, cannot pick up as
   Young Link, no drop
 - 0092 = Same as 0090
 - 0093 = Large light-gray rock, spawns bugs when you lift it, can pick up as
   Young Link, no drop
*continues in this pattern*

014F 0002 Grave flower
 - 0000 = Flower for grave
 - 0001 = Non-liftable small rock
 - 0002 = Uncuttable small shrub
 - 0003 = Erratic collision data
*continues in this pattern*

0150 012A Sun Emblem Trigger (Spirit Temple)
 - 0000 = Sun emblem
 - 0001 = Sun emblem on block
Continues in an alternating pattern.

0151 0001 Groups of small dispensers
 - 0000 = Circle of shrubs with one in the middle, random drops
 - 0001 = Scattered shrubs, random drops
 - 0002 = Circle of rocks, random drops
 - 0003 = Crashes
*continues in this pattern*

0152 00C9 ?

0153 0133 Windmill man

0155 0001 Freezes when touch

0156 00F1 Large stone face (Spirit Temple)

0157 00F1 ?

0158 00F1 ?

0159 00F1 Light blocking rock (bombable, targetable; Spirit Temple)

015A 00F1 Circular metal grating blockade (automatically rises as you approach
it)

015B 00F1 Bombable rock wall

015C 00AF Giant three sided Goron statue

015E 0000 Ganon's Organ and surroundings

015F 013A Water spout
 - 0000 = Normal
 - 2000+ = Nothing

0160 013B Whirlpool effect
 - 0000 = Tall and narrow
 - 0001 = Short and wide
 - 0002+ = Same as 0

0162 013C Running man (Child Link version)

0163 00C5 Kokiri
 - 0000 = Standing boy
 - 0001 = Standing girl
 - 0002 = Boxing boy
 - 0003 = Blocking boy
 - 0004 = Backflipping boy
 - 0005 = Sitting girl
 - 0006 = Standing girl
 - 000C = Blond girl

0164 00FF King Zora

0165 0001 Proximity Rain/Weather Effects
 - 0008+ = Crashes
 - 0607 = Rain
 - X402* Snow, use group number 0003, needs actor number 0097 with variable 0003
 - X403* Rain
 - X404* Clouds
 - X406* Fog
 - X407* Rain with no sky change
X= Size of area effected, use 0-7

0166 00E2 Bongo Bongo's Drum

0167 00EC Kakariko village rooftop man

0168 0001 ?

0169 016C Iron Knuckles Room Stuff (Spirit Temple)
0000 - Brick pillar
0001 - Brick throne
Continues in an alternating pattern.

016A 0144 Magic carpet man

016B 0001 ?

016C 0145 Graveyard boy
 - 0000 = Walks towards the bridge exit (Kokiri Forest-wise)
 - 0001 = Walks towards Deku Tree Grove (Kokiri Forest-wise)
 - 0002 = Walks towards Link’s house (Kokiri Forest-wise)
 - 0003+ = Walks towards Deku Tree Grove (Kokiri Forest-wise)

016D 00FB Mido
 - 0100 = Blocking Deku Tree

016E 0000 0000 Market NPCs
 - 016E 0105 0000 = Fat woman in light blue
 - 016E 0107 0002 = Bearded man in white & green
 - 016E 0107 0004 = Staunch man in black & green
 - 016E 0107 000D = Red haired man in green & lilac
 - 016E 0107 0011 = Staunch man two shades of green
 - 016E 0107 0014 = Man in two shades of green
 - 016E 0108 0008 = Thin woman in lilac
 - 016E 0108 000B = Thin woman in blue & yellow
 - 016E 010C 0007 = Old man in blue
 - 016E 010C 000F = Bald man in brown
 - 016E 010C 0013 = Bald man in purple
 - 016E 010D 0006 = Old woman in white
 - 016E 0111 0003 = Jogging man (Sakon)
 - 016E 0111 0005 = Begging man
 - 016E 0111 0009 = Laughing man in red & white
 - 016E 0111 000A = Explaining man in blue & white
 - 016E 0111 000C = Looking man in crimson
 - 016E 0111 000E = Bearded, red haired man in green & white
 - 016E 0111 0010 = Man in white
 - 016E 0111 0783 = Jogging man (Sakon) running on the spot
 - 016E 018C 0001 = Fat woman in white, blues & yellow

016F 0001 ? (seems to slow down the game a bit, but only in free-roaming mode;
also might be affecting magic bar, though this could simply be related to the
slow-down)

0170 0001 Rain and lightning

0171 014A Makes map blue

0172 014B Metal grate door (Navi says you have the wrong kind of key, boss
door?)

0173 0001 Targetable Navi spot, green (variable values match that of actor 11B)

0174 014C ?

0175 006D Big Poe
 - 0000+ = Big Poe
 - FFFF = Normal poe, circles around you

0176 014D Lava particle fountain (Death Mountain panorama)

0177 0156 Metal bars (Ganon's Castle)

0178 0097 Hyrule guard
 - 0000 = Time teller
 - 0001+ = Crash

0179 0060 ?

017A 0153 ?

017B 0154 Pierre the Scarecrow

017C 0155 Treasure Chest game man

017D 0003 Crash

017E 0001 Sun's Song effect

017F 0001 The End message (Defunct?)

0181 0001 ?

0182 - 015A - Credits Revellers from Lon Lon(Each variable requires its own
object)
 - 0000 + 00C0 = Drunken Ingo
 - 0001 + 0088 = Drunken Talon
 - 0002 + 0133 = Windmill man breakdancing
 - 0003 + 00FC = Encouraging Kokiri Boy
 - 0004 + 00FD = Encouraging Kokiri Girl
 - 0005 + 010C = White-haired man in blue
 - 0006 + 0107 = Black-bearded man in white and green
 - 0007 + 0115 = Bushy-haired woman in red and black
 - 0008 + 010D = Little old lady
 - 0009 + 0121 = Singing carpenter boss
 - 000A + 0122 = Singing Carpenter
 - 000B + 0122 = Singing Carpenter
 - 000C + 0122 = Singing Carpenter
 - 000D + 0122 = Singing Carpenter
 - 000E + 00FC = Dancing Kokiri Boy
 - 000F + 00FD = Dancing Kokiri Girl
 - 0010 + 0116 = Line-dancing Gerudo1
 - 0011 + 0116 = Line-dancing Gerudo2
 - 0012 + 0116 = Line-dancing, spikey-haired Gerudo
 - 0013 + 00FE = Dancing Zora
 - 0014 + 00FF = King Zora
 - 0015 + 00FB = Sitting Mido
 - 0016 + 0013 = Floating cucco
 - 0017 + 0013 = Floating cucco2
 - 0018 + 0013 = Walking cucco
 - 0019 + 0110 = Cucco lady
 - 001A + 0159 = Potion shopkeeper?
 - 001B + 013E = Happy Mask shopkeeper
 - 001C + 015B = Fisherman
 - 001D + 0165 = Bombchu shopkeeper
 - 001E + 00C9 = Dancing Goron
 - 001F + 00C9 = Belly slapping Goron
 - 0020 + 00C9 = Dancing MegaGoron
 - 0021 + 00C9 = Lying down MegaGoron
 - 0022 + 00D0 = Singing Malon

0183 0001 Song of Storms Fairy

0184 000A Spiral Beams (Great Fairy Fountains)
 - 0000 = Pink spiral beam
 - 0001 = Green spiral beam
 - 0002 = Purple spiral beam
 - 0003 = Blue spiral beam
 - 0004+ = Black spiral beam
 - 000C = Black and green spiral beam
 - 000D = Gray and green spiral beam
 - 000E = Light blue spiral beam
 - 000F = Light purple spiral beam
Lots of combinations...

0185 0001 Checkable spot, disappears after use
 - 0000 = Hi!  I’m a talking door! (Unused)
 - 0040 = Strange... this door doesn’t open...
 - 0080 = Strong iron bars are blocking the door. You can’t open them with your
   hands!
 - 00C0 = You need a Key to open a door that is locked or chained.
 - 0100 = You need a special key to open this door.
 - 0140 = Be quiet! It’s only [time]! I, Dampé the Gravekeeper, am in bed now!
   Go away and play! Maybe you can find a ghost in the daytime?
 - 0180 = It’s [time] now. The Gravedigging Tour is over now! I, Dampé the
   gravekeeper, am in bed! Go away and play! Maybe you’ll find a ghost!
 - 01C0 = Happy Mask Shop / Please read this sign before you use this shop...
 - 0200 = Shadow Temple... here is gathered Hyrule’s bloody history of greed and
   hatred...
 - 0240 = What is hidden in the darkness... Tricks full of ill will... You can’t
   see the way forward...
 - 0280 = One who gains the eye of truth will be able to see what is hidden in
   the darkness.
 - 02C0 = Something strange is covering the entrance. You must solve the puzzle
   in this room to make the entrance open.
 - 0300 = Giant dead Dodongo... when it sees red, a new way to go will be open.
 - 0340 = Treasure Chest Contest / Temporarily Closed / Open Tonight!
 - 0380 = Medicine Shop / Closed until morning...
 - 03C0 = Shooting Gallery / Open only during the day
 - 0400 = Happy Mask Shop / Now hiring part-time / Apply during the day
 - 0440 = Bazaar / Open only during the day
 - 0480 = Show me the light!
 - 04C0 = One with the eye of truth shall be guided to the Spirit Temple by an
   inviting ghost.
 - 0500 = Those who wish to open the path sleeping at the bottom of the lake
   must play the song passed down by the Royal Family. (Unused)
 - 0540 = Those who wish to open the gate on the far heights, play the song
   passed down by the Royal Family. (Unused)
 - 0580 = Those who find a Small Key can advance to the next room. Those who
   don’t can go home! (Unused)
 - 05C0 = If you wish to speak to me, do so from the platform.
 - 0600 = Hi, LINK! Look this way! Look over here with Z, and talk to me with A.
 - 0640 = The current time is: [time].
 - 0680 = Shine light on the living dead...
 - 06C0 = Those who break into the Royal Tomb will be obstructed by the lurkers
   in the dark.
 - 0700 = Hey, you! Young man, over there! Look over here, inside the cell!
 - 0740 = My little boy isn’t here right now... I think he went to play in the
   graveyard...
 - 0780 = Oh, my boy is asleep right now. Please come back some other time to
   play with him!
 - 07C0 = When water fills the lake, shoot for the morning light.
 - 0800 = If you want to travel to the future, you should return here with the
   power of silver from the past.
 - 0840 = If you want to proceed to the past, you should return here with the
   pure heart of a child.
 - 0880 = This door is currently being refurbished. (UNUSED)
 - 08C0 = It looks like something used to be set in this stand...
 - 0900 = Make my beak face the skull of truth. The alternative is descent into
   the deep darkness.
 - 0940 = This is not the correct key... the door won’t open!
 - 0980 = Granny’s Potion Shop / Closed / Gone for Field Study / Please come
   again! –Granny
 - 09C0 = Who’s there? What a bad kid, trying to enter from the rear door! Such
   a bad kid... I have to tell you some juicy gossip! The boss carpenter has a
   son... He’s the guy who sits under the tree every night... Don’t tell the
   boss I told you that!
 - 0A00 = Look at this!
 - 0A40 = Malon’s gone to sleep! I’m goin’ to sleep now, too. Come back again
   when it’s light out!
 - 0A80 = LINK’s Records! / Spiders squished: 0 / Largest fish caught: 0 pounds
   / Marathon time: 00"00" / Horse race time: 00"00" / Horseback archery: 0
   points
 - 0AC0 = The crest of the Royal Family is inscribed here.
 - 0B00 = R.I.P. / Here lie the souls of those who swore fealty to the Royal
   Family of Hyrule / The Sheikah, guardians of the Royal Family and founders of
   Kakariko, watch over these spirits in their eternal slumber.
 - 0B40 = Sleepless Waterfall / The flow of this waterfall serves the King of
   Hyrule. When the king slumbers, so too do these falls.
 - 0B80 = Some frogs are looking at you from underwater...
 - 0BC0 = You’re standing on a soft carpet for guests... it feels so plush under
   your feet!
 - 0C00 = If you can overcome the trials in the chambers ahead, then and only
   then will you be qualified to hold our secret treasure!
 - 0C40 = If you desire to acquire our hidden treasure, you must strive to
   obtain the keys hidden in each chamber!
 - 0C80 = Defeat all the enemies in a limited time!
 - 0CC0 = Collect the underwater gems!
 - 0D00 = Cross the sea of fire!
 - 0D40 = Find a secret passage in this room!
 - 0D80 = Blind the eyes of the statue!
 - 0DC0 = One with silver hands shall move a giant block!
 - 0E00 = Without the necessary items, one will be confounded by impossible
   mysteries.
 - 0E40 = Gather the jewels of white, while avoiding traps and danger!
 - 0E80 = Fishing Pond / The fish are really biting today!
 - 0EC0 = ...???
 - 0F00 = The Shadow will yield only to one with the eye of truth, handed down
   in Kakariko Village.
 - 0F40+ = You borrowed a Pocket Egg! ...
 - 4000 = Hello, I’m a talking door! (Activates instantly)
*repeats from before*
 - 8000 = Hello, I’m a talking door! (Does not disappear after being activated)
 - *repeats from before*
 - C000+ = Z-targetable (green), no text

0186 0167 Patrolling Gerudo
 - 0000 = Turns around, can’t move, whistle-blower
 - 0001 = Won’t turn around, can’t move, whistle-blower
 - 0002 = Purple Gerudo, acts like the one that gives you the membership card
 - 0003+ = Crashes

0187 0001 Timer
xxxx - Affects the decimal value displayed in the timer
 - 0000 = Continuously resets Link’s position (if you use NOCLIP and then
   release Link, it’ll play the reset sound and the puzzle solved sound
   simultaneously, and no further resets will occur)
 - FFFF = Timer not displayed, puzzle solved sound plays immediately

0188 015E Cursed Skulltula people
 - 0000 = Hyliantula with an arm, disappears when you have 100 gold skulltulas
 - 0001 = Hyliantula without an arm, disappears when you have 10 gold skulltulas
 - 0002 = Hyliantula without an arm, disappears when you have 20 gold skulltulas
 - 0003 = Hyliantula without an arm, disappears when you have 30 gold skulltulas
 - 0004 = Hyliantula without an arm, disappears when you have 40 gold skulltulas
 - 0005 = Hyliantula without an arm, disappears when you have 50 gold skulltulas
 - 0006 = Hyliantula without an arm, disappears when you have 60 gold skulltulas
   (UNUSED)
 - 0007 = Hyliantula without an arm, disappears when you have 70 gold skulltulas
   (UNUSED)
 - 0008 = Hyliantula without an arm, disappears when you have 80 gold skulltulas
   (UNUSED)
 - 0009 = Hyliantula without an arm, disappears when you have 90 gold skulltulas
   (UNUSED)
 - 000A = Hyliantula without an arm, disappears when you have 100 gold
   skulltulas (UNUSED)
 - 000B = Hyliantula without an arm, disappears when you have 110 gold
   skulltulas (UNUSED)
 - 000C+ = Continues on with this pattern.
 - 8000+ = Nothing.

0189 0001 ?

018A 0001 Zelda's Lullaby effect
 - 0000 = Purple wormhole
 - 0001+ = Blue wormhole

018B 0001 Song of Storm's effect
 - 0000 = Regular effects, storm begins
 - 0001 = Texture-spanning effect only, no storm, music isn’t affected, effect
   does not dissipate
 - 0002+ = Same as 0000

018C 0026 ?

018D 0161 2D square texture
 - 0000 = Large flat square floor tile from Sacred Forest Meadow, makes water
   noices when walking on it
 - 0001 = Large vertical gate from Sacred Forest Meadow
 - 0002+ = Invisible, glitched gate (can still attack or run into it)

018E 00F1 Stone platform (Defunct?)

018F 016C Black particle fountain (lasts for only a second)
 - 0000 = Black particles?
 - 0001 = Black particles?
 - 0002 = Round stone thing, explodes as soon as area loads
 - 0003+ = Crashes
 
0190 0162 Gerudo Fortress wooden gate

0191 0162 Gerudo Fortress training area gate

0192 0164 Green Deku Scrub (text seems to vary depending on the area you're in)
 - 0000 = Normal, but it won’t talk to you (probably partner to 0001)
 - 0001 = Once hit, freezes and turns blue
 - 0002 = Same as 1
 - 0003 = Same as 1
 - 0004+ = Same as 0
 - 0100+ = Normal, when you catch it you’ll get the “pocket egg” message and the
   scrub won’t go away
 - 0200+ = Normal, when you catch it you’ll get the Cojiro message and the scrub
   won’t go away
 - 0300+ = Normal, odd mushroom message, won’t go away
 - 0400+ = Normal, odd potion, won’t go away
 - 0500+ = Normal, poacher’s saw, won’t go away
 - 0600+ = ... normal until you hit it. Then you’re offered to buy bombs (20
   pc.) for 80 rupees, won’t do anything regardless of your answer, scrub won’t
   go away either
 - 0700+ = Normal, deku seeds bullet bag message, won’t go away
 - 0800+ = Normal, Broken Goron’s Sword message, won’t go away
 - 0900+ = Normal, prescription message, won’t go away
 - 0A00+ = Normal, claim check message, won’t go away
 - 0B00+ = Normal, Biggoron’s Sword message, won’t go away
 - 0C00+ = Same as B00
 - 0D00+ = Normal, eyeball frog message, won’t go away
 - 0E00+ = Normal, eyedrops message, won’t go away
 - 0F00+ = Normal, “WINNER!” message, hops away after and leaves behind a heart
   (eh?)

0193 0001 ?

0194 0166 ?

0195 0168 Grounded Sales Scrub
 - 0000 = Deku Nuts
 - 0001 = Deku Sticks
 - 0002 = Piece of Heart
 - 0003 = Deku Seeds
 - 0004 = Deku Shield
 - 0005 = Bombs
 - 0006 = Deku Seeds
 - 0007 = Red Potion
 - 0008 = Green Potion
 - 0009 = Deku Stick Upgrade
 - 000A = Deku Nut Upgrade
 - 000B = Never speaks, and Link is sadly very patient...
 - 000C+ = Pocket Egg?
 - 8000+ = Nothing

0196 0001 ?

0197 0169 Gerudo Fighter
 - A000 = Gerudo Fighter (needs a carpenter to load?)

0198 0001 Epona's Song effect

0199 0001 Saria's Song effect

019A 016A Girl chasing Cucco (Defunct?)

019B 016B Dog (note: it is possible to make this spawn an infinite number of
dogs)
xyyz:
x - Unknown purpose
y - Direction it runs (also, if you befriend a dog and return to the place with
the dog and change this value, another dog will spawn)
z - Color
y: (orientation is relative to the object, not to Link or the area)
 - 00 = SEE
 - 01 = NNW
 - 02 = N
 - 03 = First NNW, then SE
 - 04 = Same as 3
 - 05 = Same as 3
 - 06 = Same as 2
 - 07 = First NNW, then S
 - 08 = Same as 3
 - 09 = Same as 2
 - 0A = Same as 3
 - 0B = NW
 - 0C = Same as B
 - 0D = Same as B
 - 0E = Same as B
 - 0F+ = First NNW, then SEE
 - F0+ = No dog
z:
 - 0 = Dirty blond dog
 - 1 = Chocolate brown dog (kinda yellowish when in a certain light)
 - 2 = Red dog
 - 3 = Multicolored, flashing dog
 - 4 = Red dog
 - 5 = Multicolored, flashing dog
 - 6 = Dark dog (black fur)
 - 7 = Green dog
 - 8 = Red dog
 - 9 = Purple dog
 - A = Red dog
 - B = Green dog
 - C = Green dog
 - D = Black dog
 - E = Black dog
 - F = Purple dog

019C 0024 Golden Skulltula token

019D 0001 Semi-built shooting gallery (Defunct?)

019E 0002 Beehive (graphics very glitchy in certain areas)

019F 016F ?

01A0 0170 Large Crate
 - 0000 = Contains Golden Skulltula (already damaged) and a green rupee,
   skulltula treated like Skullwalltula, drops token when destroyed
 - 0100 = Contains Golden Skulltula and a green rupee, cannot target
 - 2000 = Same as 0000
 - 2100 = Contains a green rupee
 - 4000 = Same as 0000
 - 4100 = Contains a green rupee, golden skulltula hops out, cannot target
 - 6000 = Same as 0000
 - 6100 = Same as 4100
 - 8000+ = Same as 2100

01A1 0001 Trigger for Deku Mask Panel (wear a mask to start the cutscene)

01A2 0171 Deku Mask panel Head Judge

01A3 0001 ?

01A4 0111 Man in purple pants and white top (may cause crashes in some areas)

01A5 0178 ?

01A6 0128 Carpenter's Son (Child Link version)

01A7 0179 Ganon's Tower magic barrier
 - 0000 = Magic barrier
 - 0001 = Purple core, interesting shadow effect, does nothing when destroyed
 - 0002 = Yellow core, shadow effect, crashes when shot at
 - 0003 = Red core, shadow effect, crashes when shot at
 - 0004 = Purple core, shadow effect, does nothing when destroyed
 - 0005 = Orange core, shadow effect, does nothing when destroyed
 - 0006 = Green core, shadow effect, crashes when shot at
 - 0007+ = Nothing

01A8 0074 Zora's Fountain bombable wall (graphics may glitch when it's
destroyed, but will fix after it disappears)

01A9 00B1 Explodable crater wall (graphics may glitch when it's destroyed, but
will fix after it disappears)

01AB 0001 Tower of Rupees
 - 0000+ = Five blue rupees stacked vertically
 - 3000+ = Five green rupees in a row
 - 5000+ = Six green rupees in diamond formation with a red rupee in the center
   (think medallion screen)
 - 6000+ = Crashes

01AC 0182 Entwined lovers (Honey & Darling)

01AD 0182 Haggling townspeople
 - 0000 = Blue/green textures
 - 0001 = Green/brown textures
 - 0002 = Green/red textures
 - 0003 = Purple/red textures
 - 0004 = Orange/red textures
 - 0005 = Purple/black textures
 - 0006 = Flashing purple/blue textures
 - 0007 = Flashing purple/cyan/green textures, depends on movement of camera
 - 0008 = Purple/red textures
More combinations exist as well.

01AE 00C9 Gorons
 - 0000 = Large Goron that does wild rollin’
 - 0001 = Small Goron that is Darunia’s offspring, rolls around, can talk to
   while he’s rolling
 - 0002 = Biggoron
 - 0003 = Quivering Goron
 - 0004 = Goron that stands by the bomb flower outside (will start “walking” if
   you ask him about Bomb Flowers)
 - 0005 = Small Goron, won’t stop rolling regardless of what you do
 - 0006 = Goron that stands outside of Dodongo’s Cavern
 - 0007 = Goron that’s hungry
 - 0008 = Goron that stands by the altar
 - 0009 = Goron that talks about torches
 - 000A = Goron that hid a Deku Stick
 - 000B = Goron that wants you to bring fire back from Darunia’s room
 - 000C = Goron that talks about the Great Fairy
 - 000D+ = Nothing

01AF 0183 Wolfos
 - 0000 = Normal
 - 0001 = White Wolfos, mini-boss music starts
 - 0100 = Normal
... continues to alternate in this pattern ...
 - FF00 = Normal
 - FF01+ = White Wolfos, normal enemy music

01B0 0184 Hyrule Field Stalchild
0000 to 1098 controls the size, where 0000 is normal size and 1098 is as large
as is possible for the machine to handle (may vary depending on the level). From
F02F to FFFF, the Stalchild will appear but will somehow invert everything. In
other words, it walks upside-down underneath the ground. Really weird. FFFF is
smallest, F02F is supposedly largest (I haven’t been able to see it, though).

01B1 0185 Ganon Battle rubble
 - 08 = Large block with “sun o’er horizon” emblem on it
 - 09 = Wall chunk with some stray stuff sticking out of the top
 - 0A = Another wall chunk, mostly horizontal
 - 0B = Same as 9
 - 0C = Gate/bridge-like metallic object, mostly horizontal
 - 0D = Beam or tower remnant
 - 0E = Tall wall chunk with some stray stuff sticking out of the top
 - 0F+ = Nothing?
 - FF04 = Ganon's Tower rubble
 - FF08 = GT rubble1
 - FF09 = GT rubble2
 - FF0A = GT rubble3
 - FF0B = GT rubble4
 - FF0C = GT rubble5
 - FF0D = GT rubble6
 - FF0E = GT rubble7

01B2 0186 Chunk of stone (non-solid, possibly Ganon's Tower rubble)
 - 0000 = Large chunk
 - 0001 = Medium chunk
 - 0002 = Small chunk
Alternates between the three.
 - 0009+ = Nothing

01B3 0179 Sinking lava platform (Ganon's Castle)
 - 0000 = Narrow, maze-like platform (sinks)
 - 0001+ = Crashes

01B4 0179 Ice block
XXYY
XX = Input
 - 00+ Waiting for input
 - FF Enabled and ignoring input
YY = Type
 - 00 Nothing
 - 01 Ice Block

01B5 0179 Web blocked light window
 - 0000 = Exists
 - 0001+ = Nothing

01B6 0179 2D stone wall
 - 0000 = Square stone
 - 0001 = Stone brick
 - 0002 = Similar to 1, but looks like a different texture
 - 0003+ = Graphics glitchy

01B7 0179 Large square ice block (Defunct?)

01B8 0189 Poe collector and surroundings

01B9 0188 Gossip stone
 - 0000 = This is a Gossip Stone!
 - 0001 = They say you can swim faster by continuously pressing B.
 - 0002 = They say there is a secret near the lone tree which is not far from
   the river in the northwest part of Hyrule Field.
 - 0003 = They say that there is a secret on the road that leads to Lake Hylia.
 - 0004 = They say that Biggoron’s Sword is super sharp and will never break.
 - 0005 = They say that Medigoron didn’t really think about his own size, so his
   store is really cramped.
 - 0006 = They say that Malon set the original record in the obstacle course of
   Lon Lon Ranch.
 - 0007 = They say that Malon of Lon Lon Ranch hopes a knight in shining armor
   will come and sweep her off her feet someday.
 - 0008 = They say that Ruto, the Zora princess who is known for her selfish
   nature, likes a certain boy...
 - 0009 = They say that players who select the “HOLD” option for “Z TARGETING”
   are the real “Zelda players!”
 - 000A = They say that there is a secret near a tree in Kakariko Village.
 - 000B = They say that, contrary to her elegant image, Princess Zelda of Hyrule
   Castle is, in fact, a tomboy!
 - 000C = They say that Princess Zelda’s nanny is actually one of the Sheikah,
   who many thought had died out.
 - 000D = They say there is a man who can always be found running around in
   Hyrule Field.
 - 000E = They say that it is against the rules to use glasses at the Treasure
   Chest Shop in Hyrule Castle Town Market.
 - 000F = They say that the chicken lady goes to the Lakeside Laboratory to
   study how to breed pocket-sized Cuccos.
 - 0010 = They say that Gerudos sometimes come to Hyrule Castle Town to look for
   boyfriends.
 - 0011 = They say that the thief named Nabooru, who haunts this area, is a
   Gerudo.
 - 0012 = They say that if you get close to a butterfly while holding a Deku
   Stick in your hands, something good will happen.
 - 0013 = They say that you may find something new in dungeons that you have
   already finished.
 - 0014 = They say that Gerudos worship Ganondorf almost like a god.
 - 0015 = They say that there is a secret around the entrance to Gerudo Valley.
 - 0016 = They say that the owl named Kaepora Gaebora is the reincarnation of an
   ancient Sage.
 - 0017 = They say that strange owl, Kaepora Gaebora, may look big and heavy,
   but its character is rather lighthearted.
 - 0018 = They say that the horse Ganondorf rides is a solid black Gerudo
   stallion.
 - 0019 = They say that Ganondorf is not satisfied with ruling only the Gerudo
   and aims to conquer all of Hyrule!
 - 001A = They say that the treasure you can earn in the Gerudo’s Training
   Ground is not as great as you would expect, given its difficulty!
 - 001B = They say that there is a switch that you can activate only by using
   the Spin Attack.
 - 001C = They say that it’s possible to find a total of 100 Gold Skulltulas
   throughout Hyrule.
 - 001D = They say that when non-fairy folk enter the Lost Woods, they become
   monsters!
 - 001E = They say that the small holes in the ground that you can find all over
   Hyrule make perfect breeding ground for bugs.
 - 001F = They say that the Kokiri are always followed by small fairies.
 - 0020 = They say that one Kokiri has left the forest, but he is still alive!
 - 0021 = 0421 (in normal text box)
 - 0022+ = Text for when you get the Pocket Egg

01BA 0059 Bombable stone wall

01BB 0059 Metal gate
XZYY
x - gate size
 - 0 = Normal gate
 - 1 = Bigger gate
 - 2+ = crash
z - ????
yy - identifier (for use with switches)

01BC 0122 Carpenters (Defunct?)
 - 0103 = Running blue & purple

01BD 0178 Bombchu Bowling alley wall
 - 0000 = Final wall
 - 0001 = Hole in lower-right
 - 0002+ = Hole at top

01BE 0001 ?

01BF 006D Desert Wasteland Poe Guide

01C0 0008 Guay

01C1 018E Fake door
 - 0000 = Fake door
 - 0001 = Debris
 - 0002 = Debris
 - 0003 = Debris
 - 0004 = Debris
 - 0005+ = Crashes

01C2 016F ?

01C3 00AF Lid to Goron Jar

01C4 00AF Goron room door

01C5 00D0 ?

01C6 018B Cow
 - 0000 = Cow
 - 0001 = Tail only
 - 0002+ = Crashes

01C7 006B Icicles
 - 0000 = Stalagmite
 - 0001 = Stalactite (falls on Link when underneath)
 - 0002 = Regrowing Stalactite (falls on Link when underneath)
 - 0003+ = Same as 1

01C8 006B 2D Ice bars (for a door?)

01C9 0154 Green Navi spot

01CA 0154 Bonooru the Scarecrow

01CB 0001 Song of Time effect
 - 0000 = Scarecrow song effect?
 - 0001 = Same, but purple
 - 0002+ = Same as 0000

01CC 0060 ?

01CD 004D Circular piece of stone wall
 - 0000 = Visible (can walk through it; still visible with the Lens of Truth)
 - 0001 = Nothing

01CE 00FE Zora

01CF 0001 ?

01D0 0169 Gerudo giving you membership card

01D1 0190 Time block
 - 0000 = Large time block, doesn’t react to Song of Time
 - 0038 = Invisible time block, doesn’t react to Song of Time
 - 0100 = Small time block, reacts to Song of Time
 - 0138 = Invisible small time block, reacts to Song of Time
 - FE00 = Large time block, reacts to Song of Time
 - FE38 = Large time block, reacts to Song of Time
 - FF00 = Small time block, reacts to Song of Time
 - FF38 = Small time block, reacts to Song of Time

01D2 0002 Bronze boulder

01D3 0191 Princess Zelda child

01D4 013C ?

01D5 0003 ?

01D6 0190 Navi green spot (related to time blocks, perhaps?)

Animation modifier

813F4442 ????

2300 freeze 
2310 ? o_O 
2320 falling? 
2330 testing out sword 
2340 laying down and sit up 
2350 getting medal 
2360 pulling out master sword 
2370 ? 
2380 looking left 
2390 standing up looking left 
23A0 looking at sword? 
23B0 standing up and dusting off 
23C0 from ladder to lowest side 
23D0 from ladder to upper side 
23E0 stand to climbing 
23F0 climbing ladder 
2400 child with hylian shield defence 
2410 waking up 
2420 sleep 
2430 sit 
2440 looking around upwards 
2450 turned 180 degrees (stance) 
2460 turned 180 degrees (animation) 
2470 looking arround scared 
2480 goron sword standing up to batle position (left) 
2490 goron sword standing up to batle position (right) 
24A0 goron sword from back to batle position 
24B0 2 hands to goron sword (Inapropriate) 
24C0 to batle postiton? 
24D0 stop with low shielding? 
24E0 pull out sword 
24F0 ? 
2500 left walk big goron sword 
2510 defent standing 
2520 hold goron sword 
2530 standing up 
2540 showing of sword? 
2550 " 
2560 standing up? 
2570 walking right 
2580 standing shield (Stance) 
2590 walking left slowly 
25A0 crouch shielding (stance) 
25B0 crouch shielding (animation)? 
25C0 standing shield (animation) 
25D0 crouch shielding (stance) 
25E0 " 
25F0 crouch shielding (animation) 
2600 short slash/trow? 
2610 slash/trow? 
2620 and back walking right 
2630 using rod? 
2640 holding somthing up? 
2650 opening botle and looks arround 
2660 whiping mouth 
2670 drink (stance) 
2680 swing with botle 
2690 releasing somthing from botle 
26A0 putting arrow in place 
26B0 stop using bow? 
26C0 use bow (stance) 
26D0 ? 
26E0 right walking with bow up 
26F0 use bow (animation) 
2F20 standing 
2F30 pull out sword 
2F40 " 
2F50 shake? 
2F60 fall back 
2F70 Get hit? 
2F80 " 
2F90 grabs troat 
2FA0 stand up front 
2FB0 stair climbing 
2FC0 stand up back 
2FD0 after drinking poe 
2FE0 jump 
2F20 standing 
2F30 pull out sword 
2F40 " 
2F50 shake? 
2F60 fall back 
2F70 Get hit? 
2F80 " 
2F90 grabs troat 
2FA0 stand up front 
2FB0 stair climbing 
2FC0 stand up back 
2FD0 after drinking poe 
2FE0 jump 
2700 CRAWL SPACE ANIMATION 
2710 DIVE OFF THE WATERFALL 
2720 PLACE MASTERSWORD DOWN 
2750 WEIRD DANCING 
2760 MORE DANCING 
2780 BACKWARDS FARORE'S WIND ANIMATION 
2790 LOOK BEHIND(WHEN DOOR'S LOCK BEHIND LINK) 
2810 CAUGHT BY GUARDS 
2840 STAB SWORD DOWNWARDS(FROM SSB) 
2860 INTO A BOSS PORTAL 
2900 DEFAULT JUMP STRIKE 
2940 SHORT SPIN ATTACK 
29C0 SPIN ATTACK(FROM SSB) 
29D0 UNUSED BACKWARDS JUMP STRIKE 
2A50 QUICK DEFAULT STRIKE 
2A60 UNUSED JUMP STRIKE(MADE BY super frog) 
2A70 DIAGONAL SLASH 
2A80 QUICK 1 HANDED SLASH 
2A90 VERY QUICK SLASH 
2AA0 OPPOSITE DIAGONAL SLASH 
2AD0 1 HANDED LARGE DEFAULT SLASH 
2AE0 ALMOST A COUNTERCLOCKWISE SPIN 
2B70 SPIN ONCE CLOCKWISE 
2B80 ALMOST SPIN ONCE COUNTERCLOCKWISE 
2890 WIGGLE FOREWARD? 
2C10 KIND OF INAPPROPRIATE... 
2C70 BACK AND FORTH SLASH 
2C90 STRANGE SEIZURE 
2CD0 BACK AND FORTH SLASH 3X 
2CE0 NAYRU'S LOVE ANIMATION 
2D00 FARORE'S WIND ANIMATION 
2D10 DIN'S FIRE GROUND STRIKE ANIMATION 
3000 climbing lege 
3010 hanging on lege 
3020 stand up front 
3030 roll 
3040 mid-falling 
3050 after getting hurt? 
3060 stance befor lifting 
3070 " 
3080 pull out sword 
3090 opening botle? 
30A0 ocarina 
30B0 lifting big rock? 
30C0 ? 
30D0 same but with legs bending 
30E0 ? 
30F0 Pulling out botle 
3100 ? 
3110 put somthing on the ground 
3120 grabs troat 
3130 ? 
3140 running 
3150 stand up front 
3160 big dive 
3170 landing on feet 
3180 sidewalking right 
3190 In place animation? 
31A0 hand on hip 
31B0 looking up 
31C0 trowing 
31D0 ? 
31E0 ? 
31F0 batle position? 
3200 looking around 
3210 having it cold 
3220 batle position? 
3230 sidewalking right slow 
3240 standing 
3250 whiping of face 
3260 standing up and looking up 
3270 standing with shield 
3280 " 
3290 walking 
32A0 laying on his back to sitting 
32B0 Magick animation? 
32C0 holding hands up 
32D0 swim right 
32E0 not moving in water 
32F0 swimming forward 
3300 getting to the surface 
3310 choaking 
3320 Last part of surfaceing animation? 
3330 not moving in water 
3340 use carrot on epona 
3350 When epona stands on back legs? 
3360 use carrot on epona (Other animation) 
3370 When epona stands on back legs? (Other) 
3380 just riding? 
3390 get from epona's back (left) 
33A0 get from epona's back (right) 
33B0 from walking to running (On epona)? 
33C0 looking arround on epona 
33D0 few hearts left animation 
33E0 shaking clotes 
33F0 streching 
3400 few hearts left stance 
3410 tick with boots on the ground 
3420 examinating sword 
3430 streching 
3440 ? 
3450 looking to ocarina after new song 
3460 " 
3470 Looking behind (Fast) 
3480 scared 
3490 defending with sword (cutcene) 
34A0 staring 
34B0 looking from behind to front 
34C0 looking up + step back 
34D0 looking right (Pose) 
34E0 looking right (animation) 
34F0 looking right up 
2700-Crawling 
2710-Crawling 
2720-Plunging Master Sword 
2730-Disoriented? 
2740-Shocked 
2750-Paranoid? Unused? 
2760-Paranoid2? Unused? 
2770-Standing Still (Returning from Chamber of Sages?) 
2780-Receiving Medallion 
2790-Paranoid3 
27A0-Unused Defense Stance? 
27B0-Suicide Link? 
27C0-Suicide Link2? 
27D0-Pushing Animation 
27E0-Shielding Eyes 
27F0-Looking at Sword 
2800-Looking at Sword2 
2810-* 
2820-Looking at Sword3 
2830-Rainbow Bridge, checking to see if bridge is real 
2840-* 
2850-Shocked 
2860-* 
2870-Looking behind him 
2880-2 Handed Slash combo? 
2890-Diagonal Slash 2? 
28A0-Diagonal Slash 3? 
28B0-Diagonal Slash 4? 
28C0-2 Handed Slice 
28D0-2 handed upslice 
28E0-2 handed Stab 
28F0-Final 2 Handed Stab 
2900-Backside Slice 
2910-Final part of Jump Strike 
2920-Odd Pose 
2930-Ending part of last animation 
2940-Spin Strike 
2950-Jump Animations 
2960-Shield Stance 
2970-More blocking? 
2980-Shoulder Bash? 
2990-Preparing to defend? 
29A0-Repeat 
29B0-Lagging strike? 
29C0-Long Spin Strike 
29D0-Backwards Unused Jump Strike 
29E0-Repeat 
29F0-Running wounded 
2A00-Last part of running wounded? 
2A10- Unused Defending Stance? 
2A20- Drawing Biggoron's Sword 
2A30- Repeat 
2A40- Running wounded 
2A50- End of Jump Strike 
2A60- Front Flip? 
2A70- Drawing Sword 
2A80- Default 
2A90- Moving forward erratically 
2AA0- Final Slash in a combo 
2AB0- Repeat 
2AC0- Repeat 
2AD0- Jump Strike 
2AE0- Spin Strike preparation 
2AF0- Bongo Bongo Shield Blocking 
2B00- Shorter Cutscene Shield block 
2B10- Ricocheting off blade 
2B20- Biggoron Bouncing Blade 
2B30- Repeat 
2B40- Running wounded? 
2B50- Diagonal slash with downtime 
2B60- Repeat 
2B70-* 
2B80-* 
2B90- Slice with downtime? 
2BA0- Stab with downtime? 
2BB0- Pulling Biggoron Sword 
2BC0- Preparation stance 
2BD0- Repeat 
2BE0- Long standing still Biggoron Wsord Stance 
2BF0- More Biggoron... 
2C00- Planting something? 
2C10- * 
2C20- Disarm move? 
2C30- Steadying Sword 
2C40- Megaton Hammer motion 
2C50- Picking Megaton Hammer Back Up 
2C60- Unused Spell Pose? 
2C70- 2 handed Slash 
2C80- Picking up Sword? 
2C90- Swimming animation 
2CA0- About to do something with bottle 
2CB0- Unused Shield Stance? 
2CC0- Hookshot Stance 
2CD0- Finishing off Ganon 
2CE0- Nayru's Love 
2CF0- Getting out a hole? 
2D00- Receiving item 
2D10- Din's Fire Animation 
2D20- Rising from... something 
2D30- Preparing? 
2D40- Getting up from ledge 
2D50- Jumping High up to reach ledge 
2D60- Moving? 
2D70- Climbing Vines 
2D80- Climbing Ladder 
2D90- Climbing Ladder higher 
2DA0- Repeat 
2DB0- Falling 
2DC0- Rising from Damage 
2DD0- Riding Epona? 
2DE0- Being Damaged 
2DF0- Attention Stance? 
2E00- Picking up Object 
2E10- Holding up said Object 
2E20- Repeat 
2E30- Grenade laying? 
2E40- Staring at Deku Tree Jr? 
2E50- Climbing down a ladder 
2E60- Climbing to the top of a ladder 
2E70- Climbing 
2E80- Climbing 
2E90- Trudging through... 
2EA0- Incredibly Fast Slashes, no damage collision 
2EB0- Hopping? 
2EC0- Basic Blocking 
2ED0- Solid Blocking 
2EE0- Sword Point? 
2EF0- Repeat 
2F00- Electrified (Raving!) 
2F10- Fall into the ground

Action modifier

803AA701 00?? - change Din's Fire action (US v1.0)

00 - Nothing
01 - Sword (doesn't seem to be usable)
02 - Fishing Rod
03 - Kokiri Sword
04 - Master Sword
05 - Biggoron's Sword
06 - Crash
07 - Megaton Hammer
08 - Arrow
09 - Fire Arrow
0A - Ice Arrow
0B - Light Arrow
0C - Unused Arrow 1
0D - Unused Arrow 2
0E - Unused Arrow 3
0F - Slingshot
10 - Hookshot
11 - Longshot
12 - Bombs
13 - Bombchus
14 - Boomerang
15 - Unused spell 1? (Locks up)
16 - Unused spell 2? (Locks up)
17 - Unused spell 3? (Locks up)
18 - Farore's Wind
19 - Nayru's Love
1A - Din's Fire
1B - Deku Nuts
1C - Fairy Ocarina
1D - Ocarina of Time
1E - Empty Bottle
1F - Fish
20 - Blue Fire
21 - Bugs
22 - Poe
23 - Big Poe
24 - Ruto's Letter
25 - Red Potion
26 - Blue Potion
27 - Green Potion
28 - Lon-Lon Milk
29 - Lon-Lon Milk (half)
2A - Fairy
2B - Zelda's Letter
2C - Weird Egg
2D - Chicken
2E - Magic Beans
2F - Pocket Egg
30 - Pocket Cucco
31 - Cojiro
32 - Odd Mushroom
33 - Odd Potion
34 - Poacher's Saw
35 - Broken Goron Sword
36 - Prescription
37 - Eyeball Frog
38 - Eye Drops
39 - Claim Check
3A - Keaton Mask
3B - Skull Mask
3C - Spooky Mask
3D - Bunny Hood
3E - Goron Mask
3F - Zora Mask
40 - Gerudo Mask
41 - Mask of Truth
42 - Lens of Truth (no obvious effect)