Song of Awakening
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- Not to be confused with the "Sonata of Awakening"
|"Song of Awakening"|
|Power(s)||Awakes Gossip Stones|
|Learned in||Forest Sanctuary|
|Related songs||"Sonata of Awakening"|
The Song of Awakening is a melody in Spirit Tracks.
Learning Location and Uses
The Song is played on Link's Spirit Flute. It is learned from a Sound Stone in the Forest Sanctuary, home of the Lokomo sage Gage. This melody can wake anything that sleeps, and is often used to awaken the Gossip Stones gathered throughout Hyrule to gather useful information from them.
- In the closing scene of Link's Awakening, the Wind Fish refers to the Ballad of the Wind Fish as the Song of Awakening.
- ↑ "Yaaaaaaaaaawn! That was a nice nap! That song just now... Was that you who played it?! Then I'll give you this valuable piece of information. Listen well. That song you just played is called the Song of Awakening. Guys like me are scattered all over the place. If you play us that song, we'll tell you valuable information..." — Gossip Stone (Spirit Tracks)
- ↑ "PLAY THE EIGHT INSTRUMENTS! PLAY THE SONG OF AWAKENING!!" — Wind Fish (Link's Awakening)
|Names in Other Regions|
|Japanese||目覚めの唄 (Mezame no Uta)||Song of Awakening|
|Spanish||Melodía del Despertar||Melody of Awakening|
|French||Chant de l'éveil|