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That's a cool theory! I'm not sure, Nintendo never really specified what it's made out of, but that would be SO cool! …Now that my moment of fangirlism is over, it would kind of make sense if it was. That would explain why it was able to control time. If you didn't know it can, you haven't played Majora's Mask. In that game, the ocarina slows time, brings you back in time, am speeds up time. Again, I think this is a cool theory! I always thought it was made out of porcelain...

As much as I'd like to take the credit, it wasn't really my idea. I read on Zeldapedia that in Hyrule Historia it says that the Ocarina of Time 'has the same glow as the Timeshift Stones' from SS. It doesn't say that it was actually made from them, but I think it's pretty possible. Plus, if it was made out of something fragile, it probably would have broken in MM (I have played it - it's an awesome game!), when you hit Skull Kid with a Bubble Blast and he drops it.

It is very possible. But to be honest, even if it is made out of a Timeshift Stone, it would be nothing but a normal Ocarina if it wasn't for Nayru (also known as the Goddess of Wisdom and Time), this is shown because without Nayru's blessing, the Ocarina of Time would not enable the Hero of Time Link to travel back to the First Day in Majora's Mask. Timelinesplitter 21:28, May 16, 2012 (UTC)