Posted on November 17, 2011,

Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword Walkthrough

Table of Contents

Treasure Hunting, Fortune Telling, Sidequests

  1. Use a bird statue to travel back to the sky and return to flying the Wingloft above the clouds, then travel to the city of Skyloft and land safely via your Sailcloth.
  2. Resupply, repair and upgrade your gear at the bazaar on top of the hill, then speak to the fortune teller and select the “Please!” response to hear about the future.
  3. Exit the bazaar and arm your slingshot, then search the skies for a store flying above the city through the use of helicopter blades.
  4. Once you have spotted this structure, take aim at the brass bell hanging down over the side and peg it with the slingshot to achieve a ringing sound.
  5. If the bell is rung, a rope will drop down from the shop that you can grab onto. Upon doing so, the line will automatically be reeled in and you will end up on the porch above.
  6. Enter the flying store to activate a cut scene and meet the owner, then purchase the Bug Net, the Adenture Pouch and the Extra Wallet from the blue table before exiting.
  7. Drop back to the ground below and make your way to the plaza, then speak to the man hanging around the Light Tower and accept the job of finding his missing sister.
  8. Mount your Wingloft and open the map screen, then place a beacon on the lowermost purple icon and fly towards the signal. Enter an area of the clouds scattered with numerous small islands and drop onto the one where the girl is tending to her injured Wingloft.
  9. Choose the “Of course” response to let the conversation play out about her brother, then return to your Wingloft and continue towards the blue light of the beacon signal in the distance.
  10. Pass by a multicolored platform and approach the next ball of land above on the right, then fly over this rounded island and drop down on the only ledge possible to reach.
  11. Open the purple chest to acquire a Small Seed Satchel, then return to your Wingloft and travel back to the house the resembles bamboo. Circle around to the rear of the building and open the purple chest to receive a Gold Rupee.
  12. Return to your Wingloft and continue searching the skies for floating islands with treasures chest on them that you’ve yet to open.
  13. Once you’ve had your fill of treasure-hunting, return to the city of Skyloft and speak with the brother in the plaza area to acquire the Mushroom Spores.
  14. Fly back to the girl with the injured bird to talk with her and select “Here, take it!” to return the Wingloft to full health, then collect five Gratitude Crystals to complete this part of the game.

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10 Comments on Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword Walkthrough


On December 3, 2011 at 9:15 am

Great videos !
sube mas por favor me encanto la leyenda de zelda saludos desde mexico !


On December 14, 2011 at 6:35 pm

Just wated you to know that I play on grandsons games at times. I loved ALL the videos of Lengend of Zelda Sklyward Sword!

Love the way you also improvise the actions and characters.
Make it sound real:)

Thought I would just say it all here instead of comenting on each individual video.

Continue the great work, this helps quite a bit in knowing what to do and how to do it, in this game. I would have been lost without these videos. Visualizations are great.

I was up to getting the whip and discovered there are no more videos. Sure am hoping you will continue them. Feel like I am having a withdrawel moment here! LOL

This was a grwat idea for you to do this. Best walkthrough ever!

barbara bradcovich

On December 22, 2011 at 8:32 am

in the wing ceremony, when i miss the bird with the statue i cannot find the birds again. instead, i have to go back through the talking before the race. is there a place where you can locate the birds without doing this. thanks can you write my email

barbara bradcovich

On December 22, 2011 at 8:33 am

how do you find the birds when you miss them in the wing ceremony

Libby Hawkins

On December 26, 2011 at 7:14 pm

I just wanted to give kudos to Mitchell for the great job with the Legend of Zelda Skyward Sword videos. They are not only easy to follow but also entertaining. Makes you feel like you are playing along with him.
I am 50 yrs old and play this with my 9 yr old grandson.
Great job Mitchell!


On December 27, 2011 at 10:15 am

Mitchell get your ass back to work and finish Skyword Sword…Great job btw!


On December 27, 2011 at 11:17 pm

Barbara – if you look around the edge of the screen, you can see a set of arrows that point towards where the bird with the statue is, if you lose track of it. One arrow means that the bird is close, but off screen. Two arrows means it is far away, but off screen. Move Link toward the direction the arrows are pointing, and you’ll see the yellow bird icon show up. From there, climb higher than the yellow bird to be able to dive down onto it and gather speed. Don’t use your boosts (A-button) until you get closer to the yellow bird. Good luck!

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On March 24, 2012 at 10:00 pm

YEWWW! Nice fresh vid for Transworld! Respect Shawn!

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On March 24, 2012 at 10:00 pm

I really want to play this game so bad… if only theres a psp emulator for pc


On March 6, 2014 at 1:16 am

I recently came back to the game, skyward sword cause I never finished it.
Unfortunately, I am stuck in the sky keep. I got lost with those puzzle rooms. I did good at first following you, but then it seems like you may have skipped a part cause I could not find the next puzzle you did, only the one after.
I really love the way you explain things and otherwise you have made it so easy to follow. I am hoping you will be able to fill in the gap if you have time. I probably have to start over. I need the room with the lava for the last tri force. But the puzzles seem all mixed up and I end up like a circle over and over.
You are great at this, keep up the good job! :)