Goron Drums

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Goron Drums
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MM3D Goron Link Artwork.png
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MM Drums of Sleep Model.png
MM3D Goron Drums Model.png
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MM3D Goron Drums Icon.png
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Main appearance(s)
Location(s)
Use(s)
Playing Songs

The Goron Drums,[1] also known as the Drums of Sleep,[2] are an item in Majora's Mask.

Location and Uses

The Goron Drums are obtained alongside the Goron Mask after Link heals Darmani III's soul. It replaces the Ocarina of Time when Link is transformed into a Goron. In this form, Link must use them to learn the "Goron Lullaby" from the Goron Elder and his son in order to put the latter to sleep. By playing the song on the Goron Drums in Snowhead Region, Link can put Biggoron to sleep, allowing passage to Snowhead Temple.

Trivia

  • The Goron Drums existed as an independent C-Button item in the original Majora's Mask. Their icon was coded into the game but was not implemented in the final release.[3] It can be seen in certain pre-release screenshots. The item was later given its own icon in Majora's Mask 3D.

Nomenclature

TMC Forest Minish Artwork.png Names in Other Regions TMC Jabber Nut Sprite.png
Language Name Meaning
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland EnglishUK Goron Drums (MM3D)
Drums of Sleep (MM | MM3D)
Canada FrenchCA Tam-Tams Gorons (MM3D)
Tam-Tams du Sommeil (MM3D)
Goron Tom-Toms
Tom-Toms of Sleep
French Republic FrenchEU Tam-Tams Gorons (MM3D)
Tam-Tams du Sommeil (MM | MM3D)
Goron Tom-Toms
Tom-Toms of Sleep
Federal Republic of Germany German Goronen-Trommeln (MM3D)
Trommeln des Schlafes (MM | MM3D)
Goron Drums
Drums of Sleep
Italian Republic Italian Tamburi Goron (MM3D)
Tamburi del Sonno (MM3D)
Goron Drums
Drums of Sleep
Kingdom of Spain SpanishEU Tambor Goron (MM3D)
Tambores del Sueño (MM | MM3D)
Goron Drums
Drums of Sleep
Community of Latin American and Caribbean States SpanishLA Tambor Goron (MM3D)
Tambores del Sueño (MM | MM3D)
Goron Drums
Drums of Sleep

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See Also

References

  1. Encyclopedia (Dark Horse Books) pg. 125
  2. "It seems the face of the slightly larger, strange stone changes when the drums of sleep are played..." — Gossip Stone (Majora's Mask 3D)
  3. darkeye14, Japanese Majora's Mask: Exclusive Beta Items, YouTube (Video), published August 25, 2010.