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The competed Song of the Hero
|Power(s)||Opening Trial Gates|
|Learned in||Isle of Songs, Thunderhead|
Learning Location and Uses
All of the songs are learned on the Isle of Songs inside the Thunderhead. When played on Zelda's harp, each song is used to open the Silent Realm in the respective province that each goddess watches over. Fi sings vocals for the songs; although she does sing actual words in Hylian, their meaning is unknown.
"Farore's Courage" is the first song Link learns, after he faces the Imprisoned and renews the seal holding it for the first time. It creates the portal to the Faron Woods Silent Realm. Once the young hero completes this Silent Realm, he is rewarded with the Water Dragon's Scale.
- Yi! nude̞ saba seboro,
- Deyi do kare̞ba sorʊ,
- sʊ yʊbe̞ ʃa dobe̞,
- Ma matʃu ʃadʊ ne̞!
"Nayru's Wisdom" is learned on the Isle of Songs after completing the Ancient Cistern and defeating Koloktos in Faron Province. It is played in Lanayru Desert to create the trial gate for the Lanayru Desert Silent Realm. Upon completion of the Silent Realm, Link receives the Clawshots.
- Ah! de̞sa dasube,
- ʃʊtʊ ʃipparʊ,
- Ensa katesa,
- suki nɪkita nube̞.
"Din's Power" is the second song which Link learns, after traversing the Ancient Cistern. Once the hero plays it in Eldin Volcano, the portal to the region's Silent Realm opens. Once Link completes this trial, he is rewarded with the Fireshield Earrings, which allow him to traverse the extreme temperatures of the Upper Summit to reach the Fire Sanctuary and obtain Din's Flame
- Nutʏe! Subu nu nutʏe,
- Sobe̞ obe̞,
- So hon ne̞ none̞ ne̞saru nutɪshe,
- oh sobe̞,
- so sobe̞
- sohone̞ nutʏe soro de̞aru,
- ohoro in in in in intʃane!
Song of the Hero
|Song of the Hero||Version|
||with harp, instrumental|
||played by harp with Fi's vocal|
|sung by the dragons|
The "Song of the Hero" is split into four parts. Three of the parts are learned from each of the dragons protecting the three regions of The Surface: Faron, Eldin, and Lanayru. The fourth part is learned from Levias inside the Thunderhead. It serves as a key to the final Silent Realm, played in a duet with Fi and Link. The full song contains parts from the classic Zelda theme.
There is an infamous glitch during the quest that prevents the player from completing the game. To activate the glitch, Link must complete Lanayru's part of the song before completing Faron or Eldin's. After that, if Link talks to Golo in the Lanayru Mine, he will be unable to start the quest in Faron or Eldin. If the player saves at this point, the game cannot be completed normally.
To avoid the glitch, Link can either:
- Complete Lanayru's part of the song last; or
- Avoid talking to Golo in the Lanayru Mine. However, talking to him in the Lanayru Caves will not trigger the glitch.
If the player does save after activating the glitch, he or she can recover their game by using the Save Data Update Channel.
- Natare sobe,
- Atotʃe̞ de̞so me̞sa!
- The Song of the Hero contains both the original The Legend of Zelda theme and the opening notes of the Hyrule Field theme from Ocarina of Time.
- ↑ ""This song opens the trial located in Faron Woods. Play it on your harp when you discover the entrance."" — In-game Description (Skyward Sword)
- ↑ ""This song opens the trial located in Lanayru Desert. Play it on your harp when you discover the entrance."" — In-game Description (Skyward Sword)
- ↑ ""This song opens the trial located on Eldin Volcano. Play it on your harp when you discover the entrance."" — In-game Description (Skyward Sword)
|Names in Other Regions|
|Farore's Courage||Din's Power||Nayru's Wisdom||Song of the Hero|
|Spanish||Valor de Farore||Poder de Din||Sabiduría de Nayru||Cantar del Héroe|
|French||Le Courage de Farore||La Force de Din||La Sagesse de Nayru||Chant du héros|
|German||Farores Mut||Dins Kraft||Nayrus Weisheit||Heldenlied|
|Italian||Corragio di Farore||Forza di Din||Sagezza di Nayru||Melodia dell'impavide|