Zelda's Letter from Ocarina of Time 3D
|Use(s)||Accessing to Death Mountain (OoT)|
Ocarina of Time
In Ocarina of Time, Link gets the letter from the princess herself in the Castle Courtyard. Zelda's Letter is required to make the Death Mountain Trail Gatekeeper in Kakariko Village open the gate that leads to the Death Mountain Trail. After Link gives the Letter to the Gatekeeper, he will open the gate, which will remain open for the rest of the game.
In Spirit Tracks, Princess Zelda gives the letter to Link inside Hyrule Castle along with the Royal Engineer's Certificate. The letter includes a map of the castle with a path leading to Zelda's room.
- The Hylian text on the back of Zelda's Letter in Ocarina of Time reads "Zelda."
|Names in Other Regions|
|Japanese||ゼルダの手紙 (Zeruda no Tegami)||Letter of Zelda|
|ChineseSI||塞尔达的信 (Sài'ěrdá de Xìn)||Letter of Zelda|
|French||Lettre de Zelda||Zelda's Letter|
|German||Zeldas Brief||Zelda's Letter|
|Italian||Lettera di Zelda|
|Spanish||Carta de Zelda||Zelda's Letter|
- "One more thing... Take this letter... I'm sure it will be helpful to you." — Princess Zelda (Ocarina of Time)
- "Oh, this is... This is surely Princess Zelda's handwriting! Well, let's see... Hmmm... OK... "This is Link... He is under my orders to save Hyrule." Wah ha ha ha hah! What kind of funny game has our Princess come up with now?! OK, OK, all right. You can go now... Just be careful, Mr. Hero! Wah hah ha ha hah!" — Death Mountain Trail Gatekeeper (Ocarina of Time)