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First generation Graceful Goron

The Goron Dance Hall is a location from The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages. It is here that Link can participate in the Goron Dance, where the objective is to copy the moves of the Graceful Goron's dance steps. Link is able to perform only two dance moves, both of which correspond with either the A or B buttons. Link must also perform the correct moves with the correct rhythm. As the game progresses, the speed of the rhythm increases with the level of difficulty. There are a total of eight rounds per game, but only six must be completed in order to receive a prize. If Link makes three mistakes in one game, it automatically ends.

In the past, the Goron Dance Hall is run by the first generation Graceful Goron. If Link performs the Goron Dance successfully after giving the Graceful Goron the Letter of Introduction, Link will be given the Mermaid Key. Link can dance at one of three levels: Silver, Gold, and Platinum, each requiring twenty Rupees to play. Successfully dancing eight rounds on the Platinum level is the only way to obtain the Bomber's Ring.

In the present, the Goron Dance Hall is run by the fifth generation Graceful Goron. This blue Goron gives Link the Brother Emblem the first time Link successfully completes the dance. Link can dances at one of three levels: Bronze, Silver, and Gold, each requiring ten Rupees to play.

In a linked Oracle of Ages game, numerous Subrosians, including Rosa, can be found near the Goron Dance Hall. A notable change in the dance in the past is its participants. Rather than Gorons, the game is played entirely by Subrosians, excluding the Graceful Goron in the middle. The Subrosians of the past take elements from the Goron Dance and use it to make their own Subrosian Dance.

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