- Graveyard Key
- Power Ring L-1
- Gasha Seed
- Power Bracelet
- Discovery Ring
- Heart Container
- Eternal Spirit
From the Maku Tree first go south and burn the tree to get to the east and find 30 Rupees in a chest. Afterwards go back to the Maku Tree again. Your first destination is Yoll Graveyard. To get there from the Maku Tree, head east, south, south, east, south, then use the the Ember Seeds to burn down the bush in the way. Head east and burn the next Bush too.
Head east, south, then west. Pay attention to what the boys say about a grave beneath a tree. There's a patch of Soft Soil here for later. Anyway, head south, east, east, and burn the bottom tree. Go on in.
Drop an Ember Seed in the lamp above you, then head east for a second. The Graveyard Key drops from the ceiling. Head back outside and to the stairs you went down to see the boys. Notice the Gasha Seed spot there. This time head north and push against the gate to open it. Head east, south three screens, and then head into Spirit's Grave, but beware of the Crows which lives here.
Dungeon, part 1
In this room you are introduced to your first puzzle object, the Color Cube. For this puzzle simply push it upwards until it is between the torches. Now go up the stairs to the left, head down, and open the chest for the Dungeon Map. The map (viewable by pressing ) will now show all the rooms in this dungeon. Darkened rooms haven't been visited yet. Anyway, drop off the edge and solve the color block puzzle again. Head north this time.
Push the block up and open the chest to the left for the Compass. Note it tells you to listen for a noise to know if an object is hidden in the room. You'll get to hear this sound soon. See the vine things on the wall to the left? Burn 'em. Head through the opening. Kill the Ropes and push the button. Open the chest for the Power Ring L-1. Remember you have to get it appraised before you can use it. Anyway, return to the color cube room.
Solve the puzzle again and go east. Kill the enemies and head north. Do you hear that noise? That indicates a hidden object. Kill the Ghini (the ghost) and a Small Key will drop onto the marked square. Grab it and head west. Push the block and open the north door.
Push the center block up, the outer blocks out, and finally the other two up. Go to either side and press the button, then do the same with the other side. The left button spawns a chest while the right makes a platform appear. Ride the platform for a Small Key. Head back south, then west, then north.
Miniboss: Giant Ghini
Giant Ghini is simple. Hit the mini-ghosts he shoots out and then hit him. After about six hits he goes down. A warp and a fairy appears. The fairy will heal you while the warp will return you to the dungeon entrance. Anyway, head west and unlock the southern door (Watch out for the 2 Moblins).
Dungeon, part 2
Push the outer blocks in and the center block aside, then head south. Make your way around while fighting several Stalfos then head north. Light the torches with the Ember Seeds (there's some in the bushes to the south if you've run out) and go down the stairs that appear.
Go down the ladder and up the other for the Power Bracelet. With this you can lift pots and rocks, simply hold the button it's equipped to and then pull back on the d-pad to pick it up. Now go back upstairs, head south, and open the chest for the Discovery Ring (this ring lets you detect hidden Soft Soil patches). Head south.
Push the pot onto the button and continue east. Open the chest for the Boss Key. Continue east and step on the warp. Head north and north again. Watch out for the Wallmasters in this room as they carry you back to the entrance. Go through the east door. Be ready for the monster ahead...
Boss: Pumpkin Head
You'll enter the lair of Pumpkin Head, a vengeful spirit. This boss has two stages that repeat. In the first, hack at his body until it vanishes. When his body vanishes, pick up the head and throw it as far away as you can, then slash at the fiery ghost left behind before he can reform his body.
- "Even after life ends, it speaks across time to the heart."