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The Town Shooting Gallery is a location from The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask. Located in East Clock Town, it houses the classic Shooting Gallery mini-game. It is open from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. on all three days. It is owned and operated by a man identical in appearance to the man running the Hyrule Castle Town Shooting Gallery in The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time.
Link can pay a fee of twenty Rupees to participate in the game for a chance to win various prizes. Unlike other Shooting Galleries, however, the targets are live Octoroks; formations of blue and red Octorok targets emerge out of the water, and remain there for a short time before submerging. If Link hits a red Octorok, he is awarded a point, but if he hits the blue Octoroks, time is deducted from the time limit as a penalty. Since the red and blue Octoroks appear in the same order and pattern every single time, it is possible for Link to learn this order to his advantage.
If Link can break the current high score out of 50 points, which is 39, so Link needs 40 or more, within the time limit, he is rewarded a Quiver one size larger than his current one, or 50 Rupees if he has already received this upgrade. If Link obtains a perfect score of 50, he is given a Piece of Heart for his effort; subsequently, the prize for attaining a perfect score is 200 Rupees.