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Lucky Lobby Ball

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Lucky Lobby Ball
TFH Lucky Lobby Ball Model.png
Game(s)
Use(s)
Obtaining Rupees

The Lucky Lobby Ball is an object in Tri Force Heroes. It is used to relieve boredom while waiting for other Links to join.[1]

Location and Uses

The Lucky Lobby Ball can be found in any of the Hytopia Castle's multiplayer lobbies by dashing into a wall by holding the L or R buttons.[2] This occasionally causes the Lucky Lobby Ball to drop to the ground from the ceiling; the chances of the Ball appearing are increased while waiting for other Links to join the game. Link may then hit the Ball with his Sword, causing a minigame of sorts to commence.[3] A random song plays while Link attempts to keep the Ball in the air using his Sword, which requires timing and quick reflexes.[4] The longer Link keeps the Ball in the air, the faster the music plays, which also causes the Ball to fall more quickly. If allowed to touch the ground, the Ball bursts and the music stops, forcing the game to end. As the Ball bursts, a number appears, showing the total number of hits. Depending on this score, a number of Rupees may also appear, usually equal to one tenth of the number of hits, rounded up.

Multiple Links may also join the game, although only one Lucky Lobby Ball can appear at a time. If a Link wearing the Timeless Tunic strikes the Lucky Lobby Ball, an 8-bit version of the song will be heard by all Links present. The song will return to its normal version when a different Link hits the Ball. If a Link touches the Lucky Lobby Ball while wearing the Cacto Clothes, the Ball will burst instantly.

There are 23 songs in total than can be played by the Lucky Lobby Ball.[5]

Songs

Trivia

  • Only five songs appear in the demo version of the game. These are the The Legend of Zelda main theme, the Lon Lon Ranch theme, the Clock Town theme, the Lorule overworld theme, and the Lorule Castle theme.[5]

References

  1. "Have you ever suffered from feelings of boredom while waiting for friends to join your team? YOU HAVE?! Well, those days are now behind you!" — The Lucky Lobby Ball (Book) (Tri Force Heroes (Demo))
  2. "Simply press L/R to dash into a wall, causing the Lucky Lobby Ball to drop." — The Lucky Lobby Ball (Book) (Tri Force Heroes (Demo))
  3. "Continuously hit this magical ball of luck and joy with your sword to play a legendary song for your amusement!" — The Lucky Lobby Ball (Book) (Tri Force Heroes (Demo))
  4. "Do you have the timing and skill to play through all of the songs? There's only one way to find out!" — The Lucky Lobby Ball (Book) (Tri Force Heroes (Demo))
  5. 5.0 5.1 "There are five potential songs in the demo version of the game and 23 in the full version." — The Lucky Lobby Ball (Book) (Tri Force Heroes (Demo))