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Link can obtain this from [[Eddo]] after he traverses his island. It is needed to salvage the [[Sun Key]]. While salvaging, if the Salvage Arm hits an [[Oktobomb]] or a rock, it loses one Diamond, which indicate the Salvage Arm's health in the same manner as Link's Hearts. After all available Diamonds are depleted, the Salvage Arm will be rendered useless and must be taken back to the [[Shipyard]] on [[Mercay Island]] for repairs.
 
Link can obtain this from [[Eddo]] after he traverses his island. It is needed to salvage the [[Sun Key]]. While salvaging, if the Salvage Arm hits an [[Oktobomb]] or a rock, it loses one Diamond, which indicate the Salvage Arm's health in the same manner as Link's Hearts. After all available Diamonds are depleted, the Salvage Arm will be rendered useless and must be taken back to the [[Shipyard]] on [[Mercay Island]] for repairs.
   
If the Salvage Arm is damaged by one or two diamonds,you have to pay 20 [[rupees]],break three or four, pay fifty [[rupees]]. However, if completely damaged, it would cost a staggering 100 [[Rupee]]s.
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If the Salvage Arm is damaged to any degree, it may be repaired for a small fee. However, if completely damaged, it would cost a staggering 100 [[Rupee]]s.
   
 
== See also ==
 
== See also ==

Revision as of 02:30, November 7, 2009

The Salvage Arm is a tool from The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass. This add-on to the S.S. Linebeck allows Link to salvage chests from the bottom of the Great Sea.

Link can obtain this from Eddo after he traverses his island. It is needed to salvage the Sun Key. While salvaging, if the Salvage Arm hits an Oktobomb or a rock, it loses one Diamond, which indicate the Salvage Arm's health in the same manner as Link's Hearts. After all available Diamonds are depleted, the Salvage Arm will be rendered useless and must be taken back to the Shipyard on Mercay Island for repairs.

If the Salvage Arm is damaged to any degree, it may be repaired for a small fee. However, if completely damaged, it would cost a staggering 100 Rupees.

See also

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