This is a guide to 100 percent completion in The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD for the Nintendo Switch. Read on to see a checklist of everything you need to do to reach 100% Completion.
Beating the game unlocks Hero Mode. This mode serves as the game's Hard Mode which makes the early game content even more challenging!
There are a total of 12 Sidequests need to complete in order to reach 100 percent completion. You need to to find Kukiel first to activate and complete the remaining sidequests.
The Hylian Shield is the only indestructible shield in the game. To obtain it, you need to play the Boss Rush minigame and defeat eight bosses.
You need to collect a total of 26 Heart Pieces as part of the 100% completion rate. Collecting all pieces of heart grants you additional six hearts.
A total of 80 Gratitude Crystals can be obtained, 65 of which are obtained as a side quest reward while the remaining 15 are found throughout Skyloft, Pumpkin Island, and at Beedle's Island at night.
As part of the 100% completion rate, you need to upgrade all your items. Stock up on some Rupees and materials to fully upgrade all your items in the inventory.
A total of 16 Treasures and 12 Bugs are required to collect one of each as part of the game's 100 percent completion rate. These materials are used to upgrade the items in your inventory.
There are a total of 27 Goddess Cubes that must be activated throughout the sky and the surface. In addition, you also need to find and open the respective Goddess Chests to reach 100 percent completion.
There are a total of 19 Dowsing Targets to scan, 10 of which are scanned as part of the main quest and 4 are from side quests. The remaining 5 are extra targets that can be scanned by following some specific steps.
As part of 100 percent completion, you must finish the game at Hero Mode. We recommend farming for Bugs and Treasures on your previous save file as these materials will carried over when starting this mode.
|Gameplay and Controls
|Controls and Best Settings
|How to Fast Travel
|Loftwing Controls and How to Fly
|How to Roll
|How to Swim Underwater
|How to Dive
|How to Do a Fatal Blow
|How to Move the Camera
|How to Do a Backflip
|All Pieces of Heart Locations
|All Goddess Cube Locations
|Rupee Farming Guide
|How to Get All Empty Bottles
|Hero Mode Guide and How to Unlock
|100 Percent Completion Guide
|All Secrets and Easter Eggs
|All Sheikah Stone Locations
|How to Find Your Loftwing
|How to Upgrade Your Wallet
|How to Upgrade Your Adventure Pouch
|Dowsing List and How to Dowse
|Where to Find Stools
|How to Equip and Use a Shield
|How to Use Potions
|How to Get to Beedle's Shop
|How to Get Into Zelda's Room
|Faron Woods Missing Kikwi Locations
|Eldin Volcano Key Piece Locations
|Lanayru Power Node Locations
|How to Find the Windmill Propeller
|How to Draw Goddess Wall Symbols
|Ancient Cistern Lock Combo: Secret Order for Door Puzzle
|Sandship Lock Combo: Secret Order for Door Puzzle
|Tadtones Guide: How to Find All Tadtones
|How to Catch Birds: Bird Farming Guide
|How to Sell Items
|How to Save
|How Long is Skyward Sword HD?
|How to Fly at Night
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