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I need help with how to collect the three minerals to make the phantom sword. How do i make it and how do i get the minerals? help me!!!!

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Crimsonine
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Description: One of three pure metals needed to forge the Phantom Sword. This
red metal was guarded by Dongorongo, guardian of the Goron Temple.
Gotten: Clear the Goron Temple.

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Azurine
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Description: One of three pure metals needed to forge the Phantom Sword. This
blue metal was guarded by Gleeok, guardian of the Temple of Ice.
Gotten: Clear the Temple of Ice.

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Aquanine
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Description: One of three pure metals needed to forge the Phantom Sword. This
green metal was guarded by King Mutoh, at his own temple.
Gotten: Clear Mutoh's Temple.



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Sword Blade
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Description: The Phantom Sword's blade forged by Zauz after giving him the
three pure metals. It needs a hilt before it can be fully complete.
Gotten: Get the three pure metals, give them to Zauz, do one last battle with
Jolene the pirate, then head back to Zauz to get this.
(I think the last part is optional.)
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Posted on Nov 04, 2009

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