Befitting a young child, Link's wallet isn't very large when his journey through Termina begins. He'll initially only be able to hold up to 99 Rupees, which prevents you from purchasing some pretty valuable shop items later on. While this can be slightly remedied with the Adult Wallet, allowing him to store a maximum of 200 Rupees on his person, there's an even better upgrade to his spending limit out there—the Giant Wallet.
Where to find the Giant's Wallet
First, make sure you have access to the Hookshot, Goron Mask, and either Bombs or the Blast Mask to increase your cash-carrying capacity. Once you've obtained these tools, make your way over to the Great Bay Coast and head toward the Fisherman's Hut. Situated next door is the Oceanside Spider House, which is home to a curse and a nest of Gold Skulltula.
If you want to claim the Giant Wallet as your own, you'll need to clear out each and every Gold Skulltula before the end of the First Day. To get started with your new pest control role, head inside the Oceanside Spider House. Equip either the Bombs or Blast mask, then simply blow up the crack in the wall to reveal a hidden passageway to the house's depths.
Gold Skulltula locations
There are a total of 30 Gold Skulltula that can be found crawling around the Oceanside Spider House. The Gold Skulltula locations are as follows:
- Opening Passage/Entrance
- One and Two: On the wall of the slanted passage, use the Hookshot to reach them
- Three: Behind some cobwebs on the entrance's ceiling, use the Hookshot to reach
- Stair Room - First Floor (F1)
- Four: Hidden behind the mask on the wall
- Five: On the first ceiling beam, use the Hookshot to reach it
- Six and Seven: Inside of a couple of vases, roll into them to shake the Skulltula loose
- Eight: Hidden behind the picture on the wall, use the Hookshot to reach it
- Nine: Inside of the hole behind the three small bookshelves
- Ten: On the ledge toward the top of the wall, use the Hookshot to reach it
- Eleven and Twelve: In the secret passage behind the bookcase
- Thirteen: Atop the bookcase in the corner of the room
- Fourteen: Inside of a hole in the wall, use the Hookshot to reach it
- Stair Room - Basement Floor (B1)
- Fifteen: On the ledge near the top of the wall, use the Hookshot to reach it
- Sixteen: Inside of the vase near the torch, roll into it to knock the Skulltula loose
- Seventeen: Inside of a small hole behind some cobwebs, use the Hookshot to reach it
- Eighteen: Hidden behind the mask on the wall
- Nineteen: Inside of a clay jar atop some crates, use the Hookshot to reach it
- Storage Room
- Twenty: Inside of a crate, roll into it to free the Skulltula
- Twenty One: Hidden behind a coffin on the wall
- Twenty Two: On the ceiling behind some cobwebs
- Twenty Three: Inside of the room hidden behind a crate, use the Hookshot to reach it
- Twenty Four: Inside of a clay jar on the ceiling, use the Hookshot to reach it
- Dining Room
- Twenty Five: Hidden behind a picture on the wall, use the Hookshot to reach it
- Twenty Six: Inside of the large vase, roll into it to knock the Skulltula loose
- Twenty Seven: On the ledge near the top of the wall, use the Hookshot to reach it
- Twenty Eight, Twenty Nine, and Thirty: On the chandelier, use a Goron Slam on the table to knock the Skulltula loose
Once you've collected all 30 Gold Skulltula tokens, head back to the entrance. A young man is interested in purchasing the house now that the curse is lifted, and he'll offer up the Giant Wallet to you in exchange. Now that you have this massive wallet, you can carry enough Rupees to purchase the All Night Mask and earn a couple of Heart Pieces!
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