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|Game(s)||Ocarina of Time|
|Item(s)||Gold Skulltula Token|
The house is relatively small, and is located just beside the entrance to Hyrule Castle Town. It is open 24 hours a day and it's only inhabitant is a bored soldier who actually encourages Link to destroy the pots within. The house, during the age of Child Link, is filled with several pots, five Crates, and one Gold Skulltula. Breaking the jars is a useful way to fill up on Rupees when Link needs to buy something important or wants to play one of the minigames in Hyrule Castle Town.
When Link travels to the future, the house turns into the Ghost Shop, run by the Poe Collector. In Link's childhood, the guard in the Guard House says that he has an interest in ghosts and that the knowledge he has of them may be useful someday, which strongly implies that he is the Poe Collector found in the Ghost Shop.
- ↑ "A Gold Skulltula waited in a crate inside the Guard House at the Market entrance." (The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time Official Nintendo Player's Guide (Nintendo Power), pg. 125)
- ↑ "Man, I am SO bored... Things would sure be more interesting if there were more... troubles in the world... Hey, that's just between you and me, OK? Anyway, maybe we can let off some steam by breaking these jars." — Soldier (Ocarina of Time)
- ↑ "Man, I am SO tired! The night watch is so boring! I wish some ghosts would come out or something... Hey, I'm really interested in ghosts! Studying them is a hobby of mine, but you never know...the time might come when that kind of knowledge might be useful!" — Soldier (Ocarina of Time)