For the price of 10 Rupees, he can either give details and hints about what Link is meant to do to progress further in the game or he can give the young hero clues to the locations of various Treasures found in the Overworld.
After Link speaks to Levias, Sparrot breaks his Crystal Ball and asks Link to search for a replacement on The Surface. To do this, the young hero must use his Clawshots to grapple onto the entrance of the Earth Temple and have Scrapper carry it to the sky. He will reward Link with five Gratitude Crystals and give him a special discount on fortune telling.
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- "It is said he sees the future when he peers into his crystal ball, but there is no direct evidence to support this claim." — Fi (Skyward Sword)
- "Sparrot (fortuneteller) final version" (Hyrule Historia (Dark Horse Books) pg. 26)
- "You there! I see you, yes! Come, allow me to foresee your own fortune. It'll cost just 10 Rupees to light the way along your cloudy path ahead. Do you hunger to know what these big, lovely eyes will behold? Shall I begin?" — Sparrot (Skyward Sword)
- "My crystal ball has shattered, and without it, my eyes can no longer gaze deeply into the future... It's almost as though these exquisite, all-seeing eyes of mine have begun to dull and cloud over with sadness now that my crystal ball is gone. If only... If only I had a new crystal ball to gaze into..." — Sparrot (Skyward Sword)
- "Is it not true that you recovered a piece of the windmill from beneath the clouds recently, young man? This shattered crystal ball was salvaged from below by Gondo's ancestor long before it found its way into my delicate hands. There may still be others like it where it came from, yes, yes! Would you search for a new one for me?" — Sparrot (Skyward Sword)
- "...Oh! What do my eyes behold!? This...this is it! You found it! This is exactly the same as the crystal ball I used before! Fates and fortunes! My eyes are wide with the thrill of possibility and damp with tears of gratitude! I'll be able to start gazing into the future and making predictions at once! Please come by the bazaar again, and I'll tell your fortune for a special price!" — Sparrot (Skyward Sword)
- Hyrule Historia (Les Éditions Soleil) pg. 26 (SS)