The boomerang is simply a part of the Zelda games, just like heart pieces, bombs, or fairies. Most of the time it is even one of the first items she receives on her trip. However, Zelda: Link’s Awakening is an exception here. You can even complete the entire adventure without him. If you still want the ranged weapon, you will have to trade some very strange items for a while.
- 1 Get the magic magnifying glass
- 1.1 1. Yoshi doll
- 1.2 2. Yoshi Doll vs Loop
- 1.3 3. Loop against dog food
- 1.4 4. Dog food versus bananas
- 1.5 5. Bananas against stick
- 1.6 6th floor against honeycomb
- 1.7 7. Honeycomb vs Pineapple
- 1.8 8. Pineapple vs. Hibiscus
- 1.9 9. Hibiscus versus love letter
- 1.10 10. Love letter against broom
- 1.11 11. Broom against hook
- 1.12 12. Hook vs. Pearl Necklace
- 1.13 13. Pearl Necklace vs. Mermaid Scales
- 1.14 14. Mermaid scale vs. magic magnifying glass
- 2 Find Goriya and get the boomerang.
Get the magic magnifying glass
In order to see the person holding the boomerang, you need them magic magnifying glass. This item is obtained after a long chain of trades that you can only complete as you progress through the game. Because you need items from the dungeons and also access to all areas.
1. Yoshi doll
You get the first trade item in the seagull village in the crane minigame. A set costs 10 rupees. Keep trying until you get the doll.
2. Yoshi Doll vs Loop
Go to one of the houses in the north of the village and give the doll to Mamasha there.
3. Loop against dog food
Now go west to the house with the red roof. Give Schnuppchen the chain dog the ribbon and you will receive a can of dog food.
4. Dog food versus bananas
He runs south to Toronga Beach and finds Erwin the crocodile in his shack. He will give you a bunch of bananas for the can.
5. Bananas against stick
To the east of the bridge towards Kanalet castle, you will find some monkeys. They give you a stick for the fruit. Whether that was a good trade can be doubted given the many trees in the area.
6th floor against honeycomb
Give Tarin the stick east of Seagull Village. With this you can detach the honeycomb from the tree.
7. Honeycomb vs Pineapple
who likes honey bears! Try your luck with the chef in the zoo town and take the pineapple with you.
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8. Pineapple vs. Hibiscus
Find Papahl in the mountains of North Dale Valley. He is hungry and leaves you a hibiscus.
9. Hibiscus versus love letter
You will find a friendly flower in Christine the goat. She will give you a love letter if you visit her in Zoodorf.
10. Love letter against broom
You have to send the letter to Dr. Bring Wright, who lives north of the Enchanted Forest. There’s a broom for that.
11. Broom against hook
Back in Zoodorf, Grandma Haha is finally able to sweep and gives you a hook.
12. Hook vs. Pearl Necklace
For this step you urgently need the fins of the miraculous tunnel. Swim under the eastern bridge in Dwarven Cove. There you can give the hook to the fisherman. He will bring out a pearl necklace ashore for you.
13. Pearl Necklace vs. Mermaid Scales
Give the necklace to one of the mermaids swimming in Dwarven Cove. But the last item of barter remains: the mermaid scales.
14. Mermaid scale vs. magic magnifying glass
Now take the scale to the mermaid statue in the south of the dwarf bay and use it. He goes down the secret stairs, dodging the invisible enemies and reaches the end of the cave. As a reward is the magic magnifying glass, which makes the invisible visible.
Find Goriya and get the boomerang.
Go back to Taronga Beach and look for a cracked wall near where you found your sword. Exploit it and look around you inside. The cave is empty. But if you use the magnifying glass, you will meet Goriya, who will be happy to trade some things with you. offer him yours shovel and finally you get the boomerang.
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By the way, if you need another shovel later, you can buy a new one at Seagull Village for 300 rupees.
Do you think all the effort for the boomerang is worth it?