Oracle Of Seasons Rings

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This is a guide on how to get all of the Oracle of Seasons Rings. The rings can help give you "power ups", and are helpful in beating parts of the game. There are 64 rings but, you cannot acquire all the rings in just this one game, unless you use the Ring Secret and link with a copy of Oracle of Ages. I hope this guide is helpful, and contains all the information you need.

Oracle of Seasons Magic Rings

** I would first like to explain that some rings can only be found randomly throughout the game in Gasha nuts or by getting hit by the witch, Maple. Also, rings can come in different strengths known as levels, and are represented as L-#. The higher the number, the greater the power.**

Friendship Ring

You will get this ring when you talk to Vasu at the ring shop. This ring has essentially no effects.

Power Ring L-1

This ring can be found in the Explorer's Crypt in room D3. This ring raises the damage inflicted on enemies, but also onto yourself.

Power Ring L-2

This ring can be found in the Gnarled Root Dungeon in room E4. It is an amplified version of the L-1 power ring, allowing double the damage to be given, but also double received.

Power Ring L-3

You can find this ring in the Hero's Cave. As you would assume, it triples damage given, and also taken.

Armor Ring L-1

This ring is not in the Oracle of Seasons, and you must link with Oracle of Ages to trade for it. This lessens damage taken by enemies, but also your attack power.

Armor Ring L-2

You can find this ring inside one of the caves on Goron Mountain. This gives you twice the defensive power, but dulls your attack power even more.

Armor Ring L-3

This ring is not in the Oracle of Seasons, and you must link with Oracle of Ages to trade for it. This ring grants triple the defense, but also cuts your attack power in one-third.

Red Ring

To earn this ring, you must defeat the four golden creatures. This doubles your attack power, and does not weaken your defense power.

Blue Ring

This ring is not in the Oracle of Seasons, and you must link with Oracle of Ages to trade for it. This ring doubles your defense, and does not weaken your defense power.

Green Ring

This ring is found randomly throughout the game. It's basically a combination of the Red and Blue Rings. It raises your attack and defense, but not to the extent that either the Red or Blue Ring do.

Cursed Ring

This ring is found randomly throughout the game. It's not very helpful, because it increases damage and weakens your attack power.

Expert's Ring

This ring is found randomly throughout the game. This ring allows link to punch when he has nothing equipped.

Blast Ring

This ring can be found in a chest in section B8 of the overworld. This ring increases the attack power of your bombs.

Rang Ring L-1

This ring can be found in block H8 in the Samasa Desert. It's used to strengthen your boomerang.

Rang Ring L-2

There is no way to acquire this ring in the Oracle of Seasons. Not even through trade. It increases the power of the boomerang.

GBA Ring

You can acquire this ring if you're playing Oracle of Ages on the Game Boy Advance. There will be a new door open in Lynna village. This is the Advance shop. Go there and buy the ring for 100 rupees. This ring has no power, other than novelty.

Maple's Ring

This ring can be found randomly throughout the game. It allows for only 15 enemies to be destroyed, rather than 30, to make Maple show up; which really helps with collecting more rings!

Steadfast Ring

To get this ring, make sure you strike the three statues in Dungeon 8. This ring decreases the distance you get pushed back by enemies or kickback from your sword.

Pegasus Ring

This ring is not in the Oracle of Seasons, and you must link with Oracle of Ages to trade for it. This ring increases the length that Pegasus Seeds have affect on Link.

Toss Ring

This ring is found randomly throughout the game. The ring increases the distance that link can throw objects.

Heart Ring L-1

You need to be playing Oracle of Ages for this one. You can obtain this ring by giving Farore the password you received from the Great Fairy in the Temple of Seasons (OoS). This ring replenishes your health as you walk.

Heart Ring L-2

You can obtain this ring by winning the mini game in the Horon village Shop. It replenishes health all the time, but in a very slow manner.

Swimmer's Ring

This ring is not in the Oracle of Seasons, and you must link with Oracle of Ages to trade for it. It allows you to swim at a faster speed.

Charge Ring

This ring can be found randomly throughout the game. This ring allows spin attacks to be charged instantly.

Light Ring L-1

This ring is not in the Oracle of Seasons, and you must link with Oracle of Ages to trade for it. It allows you to use your sword beams with the Noble Sword and Master Sword even if you don't have a full health bar.

Light Ring L-2

This ring is not in the Oracle of Seasons, and you must link with Oracle of Ages to trade for it. It allows you to use your sword beams with the Noble Sword and Master Sword even if you don't have a full health bar.

Bomber's Ring

This ring is not in the Oracle of Seasons, and you must link with Oracle of Ages to trade for it. It lets link set two bombs at once.

Green Luck Ring

This ring can be won from the Sabrosian hide and seek game. It increases your defensive power.

Blue Luck Ring

This ring can be found randomly throughout the game. It increases defense against laser attacks.

Gold Luck Ring

This ring is not in the Oracle of Seasons, and you must link with Oracle of Ages to trade for it. This ring keeps defense from falling.

Red Luck Ring

This ring can be found randomly throughout the game. It decreases damage you take from spikes.

Green Holy Ring

This ring can be found randomly throughout the game. It protects you from electricity.

Blue Holy Ring

This ring can be found randomly throughout the game. The ring will deflect damage from the fireballs of Zoras.

Red Holy Ring

This ring can be won from the Dance game in Sabrosia. This ring deflects damage from small rocks.

Snowshoe Ring

You need to use the Mamamu Secret for Oracle of Seasons to obtain this ring. When you have the secret, visit Mamamu Yon in Lynna village(Oracle of Ages). This ring gives Link the ability to not slide on ice.

Roc's Ring

This ring can be found randomly throughout the game. It prevents cracked floors from collapsing when Link steps on them.

Quicksand Ring

This ring can be found randomly throughout the game. It prevents Link from sinking in quicksand.

Red Joy Ring

This ring can be found randomly throughout the game. This ring increases the rupees you'll receive from vanquishing enemies.

Blue Joy Ring

This ring can only be obtained in a password game. Fight the Great Moblin in Spool Swamp. You will win the ring for your efforts. This ring increases the number of hearts dropped by defeated enemies.

Gold Joy Ring

This ring is not in the Oracle of Seasons, and you must link with Oracle of Ages to trade for it. This ring increases the number of items that you will find.

Green Joy Ring

This ring can be obtained if you fly to the cave in Goron Mountain. This ring allows you to double your Ore Chunks (only helpful in Oracle of Seasons).

Discovery Ring

This ring is found in the Gnarled Root Dungeon. It will make a noise every time Link enters a screen with a soil patch in it.

Octo Ring

This ring can be found randomly throughout the game. It disguises Link as an Octorock.

Moblin Ring

this ring can be found randomly throughout the game. It disguises Link as a Moblin.

Like Like Ring

This ring can be found randomly throughout the game. It disguises Link as a Like Like.

Subrosian Ring

You can find this ring in the cave on the overworld map block E1. It disguises Link as a Subrosian.

First Gen Ring

This ring is found randomly throughout the game. It turns Link into the original 8-bit version of himself from the Legend of Zelda.

Spin Ring

You need to use Plen's Secret to find this ring. It allows you to do a double spin-attack.

Bombproof Ring

This ring can be found randomly throughout the game. This ring makes you invulnerable to your own bombs' explosions.

Energy Ring

This ring can be found randomly throughout the game. It allows you to shoot beams out of your sword instead of your spin attack, in case you're down on health.

Double Edge Ring

This ring can be found randomly throughout the game. It makes your sword attack very strong, but drains health every time you use it.

GBA Nature Ring

This ring can be bought in the GVA Advance shop if you're playing Oracle of Seasons on the Game Boy Advance. This is only a novelty ring.

Slayer's Ring

You will receive this ring when you slay 1,000 enemies from Vasu. Again, just a novelty ring.

Rupee Ring

You will receive this ring from Vasu when you have acquired a total of 10,000 rupees. Again, just a novelty ring.

Victory Ring

You will receive this ring when you start a new game, after beating the game and using the Hero's Secret. Again, just a novelty ring.

Sign Ring

This ring is received after destroying 100 signs. Again, just a novelty ring.

100th Ring

Your will receive this ring when you have gotten 100 rings appraised. Again, just a novelty ring.

Whisp Ring

This ring can be found randomly throughout the game. It counteracts attacks that disable your sword use.

Gasha Ring

This ring can be found randomly throughout the game. It increases the number of items you will get from Gasha nuts.

Peace Ring

You can order this ring from Vasu. This ring increases the time before bombs explode.

Zora Ring

This ring can be found randomly throughout the game. It gives Link the ability to dive for an unlimited amount of time.

Fist Ring

This ring can be found randomly throughout the game. It allows Link to punch when there is not item assigned to a button.

Whimsical Ring

This ring can be found randomly throughout the game. This ring drops your attack power, but then unleashes the stored up power on a random enemy.

Protection Ring

This ring can be found randomly throughout the game. This ring makes all damage received worth one heart.

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