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How to Get The Bomb Bag in Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD

During the course of Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD the player will need to track down many different forms of equipment and gear. All of the different pieces of equipment in the game will grant Link different abilities to be used both in and out of combat. Knowing how to acquire and use all of the items in the game is necessary to making it through the very end.

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By far one of the most important pieces of equipment for the player to get their hands on in Skyward Sword HD is the Bomb Bag. Without this piece of gear, the player is unable to carry any bombs on their person, and must instead just pick up bombs from the ground and throw them immediately. This guide shows the player how to acquire the Bomb Bag in Skyward Sword HD.

In order to acquire the Bomb Bag, the player must first make their way through Skyview Temple, and track down all of the pieces to gain access to Eldin Volcano's Earth Temple. Within this temple, the player will eventually come across a massive stone ball that they have to roll around through the lava-covered environment. On the right-hand side of the room, the player will find a guy named Ledd the Mogma who asks the player to find them his Bomb Bag.

To the left of Ledd will be a hole in the fence that the player has to crawl under and come across a Bokoblin that must be defeated. They then need to roll a bomb to the stone blocks to clear the way through to the next room. Here the player will have to kill a couple of Lizalfos to progress. Once both of these enemies have been defeated a chest will materialize in the room. Inside will be Ledd's Bomb Bag.

The player then just has to retrace their steps and speak to Ledd. For the player's trouble, Ledd will actually gift them the Bomb Bag, which then allows the player to take bombs out to use whenever they wish. Players also need to keep in mind that they can refill their Bomb Bag whenever they want by picking up Bomb Flowers.

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Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD can be played on Nintendo Switch.

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