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As Link gathers Gold Skulltula Tokens, members of the family are freed of the curse one by one, and each gives Link a reward upon being restored. When Link acquires ten tokens, he receives the [[Adult's Wallet]]. Upon the collection of twenty, he receives the [[Stone of Agony]], a mysterious stone that vibrates to alert its holder of nearby [[grotto]]es, as well as while Link is [[fishing]]. After retrieving thirty tokens, Link receives the [[Giant's Wallet]], while forty tokens are rewarded with [[Bombchu]]s. When Link acquires fifty tokens, he receives a [[Piece of Heart]], and all family members but the father are free of the curse. If Link perseveres and amasses all one hundred Gold Skulltula Tokens, the curse is completely lifted; as a reward, the newly restored father gives Link a huge [[Rupee]] every time he speaks to him.
 
As Link gathers Gold Skulltula Tokens, members of the family are freed of the curse one by one, and each gives Link a reward upon being restored. When Link acquires ten tokens, he receives the [[Adult's Wallet]]. Upon the collection of twenty, he receives the [[Stone of Agony]], a mysterious stone that vibrates to alert its holder of nearby [[grotto]]es, as well as while Link is [[fishing]]. After retrieving thirty tokens, Link receives the [[Giant's Wallet]], while forty tokens are rewarded with [[Bombchu]]s. When Link acquires fifty tokens, he receives a [[Piece of Heart]], and all family members but the father are free of the curse. If Link perseveres and amasses all one hundred Gold Skulltula Tokens, the curse is completely lifted; as a reward, the newly restored father gives Link a huge [[Rupee]] every time he speaks to him.
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==3DS Remake==
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In the 3DS Remake, the House of Skulltula serves the same purpose it did in the original, but there is additional funiture (a sofa near the entrance, a chair, a fireplace, and pictures on the walls). The house retains its abandonded look from the original (complete with cobwebs and signs of disrepair). The additional funishings give the impression of the wealth of its [[Fabulously Rich Family|inhabitances]] before the Skulltula curse (this differs from the original version of the House Of Skulltula, which gave little indication as to the wealth of its owners).
   
 
== See also ==
 
== See also ==

Revision as of 03:56, February 8, 2012

"Folks around here tell of a fabulously rich family that once lived in one of the houses in this village... But they say that the entire family was cursed due to their greed! Who knows what might happen to those who are consumed by greed..."
Shikashi

The House of Skulltula is a location from The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. This old house is found in Kakariko Village and is inhabited by the Fabulously Rich Family.

The members of the Fabulously Rich Family were transformed into Skulltulas due to their greed. The curse can only be broken if enough Gold Skulltulas are defeated and their tokens retrieved, which the father of the family asks Link to collect.

As Link gathers Gold Skulltula Tokens, members of the family are freed of the curse one by one, and each gives Link a reward upon being restored. When Link acquires ten tokens, he receives the Adult's Wallet. Upon the collection of twenty, he receives the Stone of Agony, a mysterious stone that vibrates to alert its holder of nearby grottoes, as well as while Link is fishing. After retrieving thirty tokens, Link receives the Giant's Wallet, while forty tokens are rewarded with Bombchus. When Link acquires fifty tokens, he receives a Piece of Heart, and all family members but the father are free of the curse. If Link perseveres and amasses all one hundred Gold Skulltula Tokens, the curse is completely lifted; as a reward, the newly restored father gives Link a huge Rupee every time he speaks to him.

3DS Remake

In the 3DS Remake, the House of Skulltula serves the same purpose it did in the original, but there is additional funiture (a sofa near the entrance, a chair, a fireplace, and pictures on the walls). The house retains its abandonded look from the original (complete with cobwebs and signs of disrepair). The additional funishings give the impression of the wealth of its inhabitances before the Skulltula curse (this differs from the original version of the House Of Skulltula, which gave little indication as to the wealth of its owners).

See also

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