MW7 said:There's no guide for the Nintendo Gallery and you can make it much harder by doing it on the first quest which makes things missable. Majora's Mask actually has several guides as well but they aren't super obvious like in other Zelda games. The Stray Fairy Mask let's you know when a stray fairy is in the room, there are Gossip Stones on the moon which tell you where every mask is so if you are missing a few you'll find them, and the Bombers' Notebook fills in when you have to do something related to the person after they get an entry in the book.
Nintendo Gallery Guide? The entire quest is simply taking pictures of everything there is. Why need a guide? Just don't be silly and take pictures of super important things early on.
The thing with the Wind Waker guides is that they're practically lists. "Here's the location of every heart piece, crows nest, cave etc. Go there."
In Majora's Mask, it's not nearly as obvious. Using the Great Fairies Mask to find Stray Fairies still makes you travel to every room. The Gossip Stone Mask guide requires the quest-optional Mask of Truth and you have to find out the Gossip Stones ability to tell you their secrets on your own. As with the Bombers Notebook, you still need to find out who the 20 people are, and find them by yourself. Wind Waker hands out information, Majora's Mask gives hints, if anyhting.
Heroine of Time said:Wait... what? What Heart Piece Location Guide? I know about the Crow's Nest map, but I don't remember a Heart Piece one!
Special Chart - Zelda Wiki
It's found in the Flight Control Platform quadrant of sea, by using the Sea Chart found on Four-Eye Reef.