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This is a list of fictional locations in the video game The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. Some of these are dungeons and others are areas without any boss or the like. They are listed in alphabetical order and can be navigated by lists below. The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time was a video game released in 1998, and the first Zelda game for the Nintendo 64. ...


The locations are reached in this order (dungeons in bold) per the official Nintendo walkthrough:

  1. Kokiri Forest
  2. Inside The Great Deku Tree
  3. Hyrule Field
  4. Hyrule Castle
  5. Market
  6. Kakariko Village
  7. Death Mountain
  8. Goron City
  1. Lost Woods
  2. Sacred Forest Meadow
  3. Dodongo's Cavern
  4. Zora's River
  5. Zora's Domain
  6. Lake Hylia
  7. Inside Lord Jabu-Jabu's Belly
  8. Temple of Time
  1. Graveyard
  2. Forest Temple
  3. Fire Temple
  4. Ice Cavern
  5. Water Temple
  6. Bottom of the Well
  7. Shadow Temple
  8. Gerudo Valley
  1. Gerudo's Fortress - Thieves' Hideout
  2. Gerudo Training Ground
  3. Haunted Wasteland
  4. Desert Colossus
  5. Spirit Temple
  6. Ganon's Castle

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Bottom of the Well

The Bottom of the Well (井戸の底, Ido no Soko - Bottom of the Well) is a minor dungeon that must be completed before attempting the Shadow Temple. It is located in the eastern part of Kakariko Village and is only accessible when Link is a child after he has learned the 'Song of Storms' and drained the Well of Three Features (Dark! Narrow! Scary!), as it is called. The Bottom of the Well is infested with ReDead, Gibdos, Wallmasters, and Like Likes. It is referred to as Kakariko Well in Nintendo's official Player's Guide. The Lens of Truth is gained here by defeating a rather grotesque enemy named Dead Hand.

  • Sub-Boss: Dead Hand
  • Levels: B1 to B3
  • Major Item: Lens of Truth

Death Mountain

Main article: Death Mountain

(デスマウンテン, Desu-Maunten) This immense mountain houses the home of the Goron race, Dodongo's Cavern, the Fire Temple, which lies inside the very heart of the mountain itself, and a Great Fairy near the summit. It is located right near Kakariko Village, a small town of Hylians. Due to its instability, rocks and boulders are often seen rolling around the area and can do serious damage to an unwary adventurer. The area is rich in a plant called the Bomb Flower that the Gorons call their "special crop". The slopes of this Hyrulean landmark are infested with Red Tektites - a spider-like creature - as well as many Gold Skulltulla prizes. Death Mountain is a frequently recurring area in the Zelda world. The first version of it appeared in the original 1986 game. Death Mountain (Japanese: デスマウンテン, Desu-Maunten) is a fictional mountain (occasionally a volcano as well), located in the fictional land of Hyrule in the Legend of Zelda series of videogames. ... This is a list of fictional locations in the video game The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. ... Gorons are a fictional humanoid rock-eating race (species) in the Legend of Zelda game series. ... This is a list of fictional locations in the video game The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. ... This is a list of fictional locations in the video game The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... This is a list of fictional locations in the video game The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. ...


Desert Colossus

(幻影の砂漠の巨大邪神像, Gen'ei no Sabaku no Kyodai Ja-shin-zō - Gigantic Evil God Figure of the Desert of Illusion) Located in western Hyrule, this is a desert area which arguably isn't as volatile as the Haunted Wasteland, and is home to an oasis, a giant statue of a Gerudo goddess, and the Spirit Temple, Ganondorf's headquarters. A Great Fairy fountain is also found hidden within a cracked wall. Leevers, dangerous cactus-like tunneling enemies, constantly roam the area in daylight. It has been suggested that Hylia be merged into this article or section. ... The Gerudo is a tribe of thieves in The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... It has been suggested that Iron Knuckle be merged into this article or section. ...


Dodongo's Cavern

Dodongo's Cavern (ドドンゴの洞窟, Dodongo no Dōkutsu - Cave of Dodongo, dō'dōn-gō) is the main source of food - minerals and rocks - for Gorons. It is also home to Dodongos and other lizard-like beasts. Ganondorf sealed the entrance with a boulder and made the number of Dodongos increase and summoned up King Dogongo in an attempt to weaken the Gorons and overpower them, again, mainly to gain control of the Goron's Ruby. Gorons are a fictional humanoid rock-eating race (species) in the Legend of Zelda game series. ...

  • Dungeon Name: Inside Dodongo's Cavern
  • Sub-Boss: Lizalfos (x2) (2 HP) each
  • Boss: Infernal Dinosaur: King Dodongo (4 HP; jumpslashes deal the same amount as regular slashes)
  • Sacred Stone: Goron's Ruby, Spiritual Stone of Fire
  • Levels: 1F and 2F
  • Major Item: Bombs

Fire Temple

The Fire Temple (炎の神殿, Honō no Shinden - Temple of Flame) is the second major dungeon that Link experiences as an adult. It is located inside Death Mountain Crater, which can be accessed through Darunia's chamber in Goron City. Due to the intense heat in the active crater, areas of the temple can only be entered while wearing a Goron Tunic, which protects its wearer from searing temperatures. The Fire Temple was built as two large, five-floor columns that are interconnected by a series of hallways on the first and third floors, and it is often sectioned into chambers and large mazes. The first floor of the temple is essentially a large lava pit, and is also where the boss's lair is found. It is suggested from its columnal structure and the location of its entrance that the temple extends into the twin peaks visible inside the crater, which could be a reference to Spectacle Rock. The vertical shafts in the center of these columns allow smoke to rise from the lava pits on the first floor up and out of the crater, and due to their height it is possible for Link to fall several stories down these shafts. In traversing the temple Link must climb to its higher floors to receive the weapon of the legendary Goron hero, the Megaton Hammer. Death Mountain (Japanese: デスマウンテン, Desu-Maunten) is a fictional mountain (occasionally a volcano as well), located in the fictional land of Hyrule in the Legend of Zelda series of videogames. ... This article is about fictional characters from the video game The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. ... Spectacle Rock is a spectacle-shaped rock at the top of Death Mountain. ...


Another notable thing in the Fire Temple is the music theme. The original music contained chanting that sounded vaguely [Islamic]. Nintendo was forced to change this theme and replace the chants with groans taken from the background music of the Shadow Temple. Many fans prefer the old theme to the new one, however. The premium placed on the version 1.0 and 1.1 cartridges is in part because of this.

  • Sub-Boss: Flare Dancer (x2)
  • Boss: Subterranean Lava Dragon: Volvagia (20 HP)
  • Levels: 1F to 5F
  • Major Item: Megaton Hammer
  • Fire Sage: Darunia
  • Warp Song: Bolero of Fire

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Forest Temple

The Forest Temple (森の神殿, Mori no Shinden - Temple of Forest) is the first of five main temples through which the player must progress during the part of the game in which the main character, Link, is an adult. It is an ancient ruin dedicated to the Forest. It is located in the Sacred Forest Meadow within the Lost Woods and accessible only with the hookshot since the entrance stairs are in ruins. The temple consists of two floors and two basement levels. There are two courtyards in the back. There are two hallways in the temple which can be "twisted," allowing Link to enter the rooms beyond at a different orientation. The major treasure of the Forest Temple is the Fairy Bow, which is gained after defeating three Stalfos. There are four sub-bosses, The 'Poe Sisters', Joelle, Beth, Amy, and Meg (named after the four main characters of Louisa May Alcott's Little Women). Additionally, two sets of two and three Stalfos respectively can be considered "mini-bosses", because they play the sub-boss theme. Link ) is the protagonist of Nintendo’s The Legend of Zelda video game series. ... The Poe Sisters are four fictional ghosts from The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time and The Legend of Zelda: Majoras Mask. ... Little Women is a novel by Louisa May Alcott published on September 30, 1868, concerning the lives and loves of four sisters growing up during the American Civil War. ...

  • Sub-Boss: Stalfos (x5); Poe Sisters (x4)
  • Boss: Evil Spirit from Beyond: Phantom Ganon (24 HP)
  • Levels: B2 to 2F
  • Major Item: Fairy Bow
  • Forest Sage: Saria
  • Warp Song: Minuet of Forest

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Ganon's Castle

This castle is where Hyrule Castle once stood and was built when Ganondorf took over Hyrule. It appears only as Adult Link and contains six mini-dungeons which must be cleared to access the central tower. These dungeons are based upon six out of seven sages, excluding Zelda: a Forest, Fire, Water, Shadow, Spirit, and Light dungeon. This is where the final fights of the games, the earlier between Link and Ganondorf and the later between Link and Ganon occur. Hyrule Castle in The Wind Waker. ... Ganon (sometimes referred to as Ganondorf or Ganondorf Dragmire) is the monster which takes many forms from the Legend of Zelda series of video games by Nintendo, and the final boss in a number of them. ... It has been suggested that Hylia be merged into this article or section. ... Ganon (sometimes referred to as Ganondorf or Ganondorf Dragmire) is the monster which takes many forms from the Legend of Zelda series of video games by Nintendo, and the final boss in a number of them. ... This article or section may need to be cleaned up and rewritten because it describes a work of fiction in a primarily in-universe style. ...

  • Sub Bosses: Dinofols (x2), Stalfos (x2), Iron Knuckles (x2)
  • Boss: Great King of Evil: Ganondorf (40 HP)
  • Final Boss: Ganon (20 hits using ANY weapon)
  • Major Items: Golden Gauntlets, Light Arrows

Gerudo Valley

Main article: Gerudo Valley

Gerudo Valley (ゲルドの谷, Gerudo no Tani - Valley of Gerudo) is accessible from west Hyrule Field. The valley is divided by a large chasm; at the bottom of which is a river, which leads into Lake Hylia. If Link goes there as child, he can't get to the other side because of the Gerudo guard blocking his path. He can, however, grab hold of a Cucco and glide down to a small riverbed at the bottom of the canyon to find a Gerudo woman, a cow, and soil for planting magic beans. When Link is an adult, the bridge has been destroyed, and Link must use the longshot or Epona to get to the other side. Once Link rescues all the carpenters from Gerudo's Fortress, they will rebuild the bridge. The Gerudo Valley appears in the Nintendo 64 video game The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. ... Link ) is the protagonist of Nintendo’s The Legend of Zelda video game series. ... The Gerudo is a tribe of thieves in The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. ... It has been suggested that Iron Knuckle be merged into this article or section. ... This article is about fictional characters from the video game The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. ...


Goron City

Goron City (ゴロンシティ, Goron-shiti, gō'rōn) is located in a cave near the top of Death Mountain in the northeast corner of Hyrule. It can be accessed by climbing the Death Mountain Trail from Kakariko Village. Goron City is inhabited by the Gorons and ruled by their Chief Darunia. It contains a number of shops and a giant spinning vase. In the center of Goron City is a platform suspended by ropes where the Goron Ruby was once displayed. When Link becomes an adult all the Gorons, except Darunia's son (who is named after the player) and the store clerk, have been captured by Ganondorf to be fed to Volvagia, the dragon boss of the Fire Temple. In Oracle of Ages and Oracle of Seasons, there are Goron Cities in Holodrum and Labrynna, and in Termina in Majora's Mask. Goron tribes are featured elsewhere as well, such as in the Four Sword Adventures. Gorons are almost completely absent from the second officially chronological sequel The Wind Waker, and the game does not directly explain their absence; the only Gorons seen in the game are 3 traveling salesmen wearing hats that cover their faces (although they can be blown off with the Deku Leaf). Death Mountain (Japanese: デスマウンテン, Desu-Maunten) is a fictional mountain (occasionally a volcano as well), located in the fictional land of Hyrule in the Legend of Zelda series of videogames. ... It has been suggested that Hylia be merged into this article or section. ... The Legend of Zelda series of videogames has a diverse range of races/species living in the games worlds. ... This article is about fictional characters from the video game The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. ... This article is about fictional characters from the video game The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. ... Ganon (sometimes referred to as Ganondorf or Ganondorf Dragmire) is the monster which takes many forms from the Legend of Zelda series of video games by Nintendo, and the final boss in a number of them. ... This is a list of fictional locations in the video game The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. ... This article or section should include material from Like like ring, Moblin ring Oracle of Ages title screen (GBC original) The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages (also known as OoA) is a video game published by Nintendo and developed by Nintendo in conjunction with Capcom. ... This article or section should include material from Frypolar Oracle of Seasons title screen (GBC original) The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons (also known as OoS ) is a video game published by Nintendo and developed by Nintendo in conjunction with Capcom. ... The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker (or Zeruda no Densetsu: Kaze no Takuto in Japan) is the ninth game in the well-known The Legend of Zelda series of video games. ...


Haunted Wasteland

The Haunted Wasteland (幻影の砂漠, Gen'ei no Sabaku - Desert of Illusion) is located to the west of Gerudo Valley and only accessible through a gate kept by the Gerudo. The area is very dangerous and in order to cross it, Link must complete two challenges. The first is the 'River of Sand'. Link must use the longshot to get to the other side or risk being swallowed by the river. Alternatively, the Hover Boots can be used to walk across it. After the river, flag posts guide Link to a platform where the second challenge--the Spirit Guide--begins. There Link must equip the Lens of Truth and follow the Poe guide through the remainder of the desert. (Players who have memorized the route are able to cross without the Lens.) Failing to adhere to this path results in getting "lost", and Link returns to the entrance of the wasteland. On the other side is the Desert Colossus, a huge statue that houses the Spirit Temple. Besides the two challenges, the desert is also home to a carpet merchant who sells bombchus. Link ) is the protagonist of Nintendo’s The Legend of Zelda video game series. ...


In a certain area of the wasteland, by straying from the Poe's path a bit, one can see what appears to be a pyramid structure. During the extensive hunt for the Triforce, this pyramid was one of many points of interest for the search. It soon became apparent, though, that this "pyramid" was actually just part of the level's boundary, given the triangular shape because of occlusion by the dust in the air. Simplified representation of the Triforce Within the fictional universe of the Legend of Zelda series of video games, the Triforce (sometimes called The Golden Power or The Golden Triforce) is a holy relic created by three goddesses. ...


Hyrule Castle

Main article: Hyrule Castle

Hyrule Castle (ハイラル城, Hairaru-jō - Hyrule Castle) and its surrounding area is the arguably most prominent and important place in the game, housing both the Temple of Time, a town, many of the game's plot twists, and the game's final bosses, Ganon and Ganondorf. Surrounded by a small village, drawbridge, and moat, it models the stereotypical monarchial or feudalistic castle. The king of Hyrule is never seen in the game, although Ganondorf is seen inside the castle at one point, apparently bribing or otherwise influencing the king to support his plans. Along with the poor castle defense and the subsequent sack of Hyrule Castle, the entire ruling body of Hyrule is generally made out to seem powerless against him. This is a common theme throughout the Zelda games, leaving room for Link to quest and make right that which the kingdom cannot. Hyrule Castle in The Wind Waker. ... This article or section may need to be cleaned up and rewritten because it describes a work of fiction in a primarily in-universe style. ... Ganon (sometimes referred to as Ganondorf or Ganondorf Dragmire) is the monster which takes many forms from the Legend of Zelda series of video games by Nintendo, and the final boss in a number of them. ... Places where monarchies maintain rule appear in blue. ... Roland pledges his fealty to Charlemagne; from a manuscript of a chanson de geste. ... Caernarfon Castle, Wales. ... Ganon (sometimes referred to as Ganondorf or Ganondorf Dragmire) is the monster which takes many forms from the Legend of Zelda series of video games by Nintendo, and the final boss in a number of them. ... Bribery is a crime implying a sum or gift given alters the behaviour of the person in ways not consistent with the duties of that person. ...


Most of the castle is never seen or explored. The castle courtyard, including extensive gardens, are the only areas available to explore.


Castle Courtyard

The castle courtyard serves several purposes, both as introducing the characters of Princess Zelda and Impa, and as a staging point for embarking on the next series of quests. One curious feature of the courtyard is the paintings of several Nintendo characters, including Mario and Yoshi, as can be seen through one window. Using the Slingshot, hitting the Mario character successfully will earn you a red rupee. Aiming towards the opposite window will result in a bomb thrown at you. Princess Zelda ) is a fictional character in the Legend of Zelda series of video games. ... Impa, Sage of Shadow and last of the Sheikah (Ocarina of Time) Impa is a fictional character in the Legend of Zelda series of video games. ... // [edit] Mario Axem Rangers - Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars Bobbery - Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door Bombette - Paper Mario Boo - Super Mario Bros. ... Mario ) is a video game character created by Shigeru Miyamoto for Nintendo. ... This article is on the Nintendo character Yoshi. ...


The Beta Quest, a game mode unlockable through usage of a GameShark, reveals the complete Triforce hidden under the courtyard. This find, although not an answer to obtaining the Triforce sought by gamers, was an interesting twist to the players' understanding of the game's original intent to make the Triforce an obtainable item. It is now known, however, that this Triforce is simply the Triforce symbol that appears on the player's hand during the game. GameShark Pro V3. ... Simplified representation of the Triforce Within the fictional universe of the Legend of Zelda series of video games, the Triforce (sometimes called The Golden Power or The Golden Triforce) is a holy relic created by three goddesses. ...


Market

The market is located in northern Hyrule, below Hyrule Castle/Ganon's Tower on the map. The only 'essential' item attainable here is the Hylian Shield. This area features a main section and a few alley ways. Several buildings are accessible (as a child), including a bazaar, the Happy Mask Shop, several houses, and some games. The Happy Mask Shop contains masks up for trade, similar to the trade sequence in the Wind Waker game. The masks (and other items) are obtainable as follows: This is a list of fictional locations in the video game The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. ... This is a list of fictional locations in the video game The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. ...

  • Keaton Mask
  • Skull Mask
  • Spooky Mask
  • Bunny Mask
  • Mask of Truth
  • Goron Mask
  • Zora Mask
  • Gerudo Mask

As an adult, the area is blackened, with ReDead all around. No buildings are enterable in the market itself when Link is an adult (except for an area by the drawbridge). In this area, the camera is either fixed or rotating on a set point depending on the location. A ReDead in The Legend of Zelda: Majoras Mask A ReDead in The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker ReDeads are gruesome zombie-like beings created by the magic of the evil being Ganondorf in the Legend of Zelda series. ...


Hyrule Field

Hyrule Field (Japanese: ハイラル平原, Hairaru Heigen - Hyrule Plain) is the large expanse of grassland in the very center of Hyrule, surrounded by the many places of interest in the game. From Hyrule Field, it is possible to access most areas of the known kingdom. To the north of Hyrule Field is Hyrule Castle Town. It is surrounded by a moat and can be entered by a drawbridge, which closes at night. To the west lies Gerudo Valley, over which a long plank bridge extends towards Gerudo Fortress and the Haunted Wasteland. To the northeast is Kakariko Village and Death Mountain. To the east is Zora's Domain. To the southeast is Kokiri Forest and the Lost Woods. To the south is Lake Hylia. Zora's River flows around the perimeter of Hyrule Field. Aside from Lon Lon Ranch at its center, there is little else actually in the field. There are small stands of trees in the north corner across the river and near the entrance to Kokiri Forest. A series of trails lead from Zora's Domain to Lake Hylia along Zora's River, past Gerudo Valley and Hyrule Castle Town. Another trail lies to the east of Lon Lon Ranch and another perpendicular to that. At night, when Link is a child, Stalchildren will attack anyone wandering the field, and Peahats, which inhabit the western part of the field, will attack anyone wandering during the day. No enemies inhabit the field when Link is an adult other than the Poes that can be found at specific spots throughout the field. When riding Epona, Big Poes appear at these specific locations instead. It has been suggested that Hylia be merged into this article or section. ... Lon Lon Ranch is a fictional location in the Legend of Zelda series. ... This article is about fictional characters from the video game The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. ...


There is no equivalent to Hyrule Field in the other games in the series, except for Termina Field in The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask, South and North Hyrule Fields (in The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap), and the Hyrule Field seen in the trailers for The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess. Instead, the general vicinities of grassland surrounding Hyrule Castle are usually unnamed. The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap is a game for the Nintendo Game Boy Advance. ...


Ice Cavern

The Ice Cavern (氷の洞窟, Kōri no Dōkutsu - Cave of Ice) is located off Zora's Fountain and accessible only as an adult by jumping across ice blocks. It is a minor dungeon that must be completed before attempting the Water Temple. The final boss is an Ice Wolfos and defeating him earns Link the Iron Boots. Also in the dungeon are a few endless supplies of blue fire which can be used to melt King Zora and the Zora Shop entrance. Link ) is the protagonist of Nintendo’s The Legend of Zelda video game series. ...

  • Sub-Boss: White Wolfos
  • Level: 1F
  • Major Item: Iron Boots

Inside Lord Jabu-Jabu's Belly

Lord Jabu-Jabu (jä'boo jä'boo) is the protector of the Zora and their Domain. Like the Deku Tree, Ganondorf cursed him with a parasitic infestation of electric jelly fish, poison bubbles and rock spitting octopuses in an attempt to acquire the Zora's Sapphire. The infestation also caused Jabu-Jabu to eat Princess Ruto who had the sapphire with her. To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ...

  • Dungeon Name: Inside Jabu-Jabu's Belly (ジャブジャブ様のお腹, Jabu-Jabu-sama no O-Naka - Stomach of Lord Jabu-Jabu)
  • Sub-Boss: Bigocto
  • Boss: Bio-electric Anemone: Barinade (10 HP)
  • Sacred Stone: Zora's Sapphire, Spiritual Stone of Water
  • Levels: 1F and 2F
  • Major Item: Boomerang

Inside The Great Deku Tree

The Great Deku Tree, (デクの樹サマ, Deku no Ki-sama, dě'koo) lies deep within the Kokiri Forest and is the wise guardian of the Kokiri people, their Forest, and the Lost Woods. Its role was to protect the Hero of Time until he was needed. The tree was cursed by Ganondorf with a parasitic creature (Queen Gohma) after the Deku Tree refused to give him the Kokiri's Emerald. Ganon (sometimes referred to as Ganondorf or Ganondorf Dragmire) is the monster which takes many forms from the Legend of Zelda series of video games by Nintendo, and the final boss in a number of them. ... A parasite is an organism that spends a significant portion of its life in or on the living tissue of a host organism and which causes harm to the host without immediately killing it. ...

  • Dungeon Name: Inside the Great Deku Tree (デクの樹サマの中, Deku no Ki-sama no Naka - Inside of Lord Deku Tree)
  • Boss: Parasitic Armored Arachnid: [Queen] Gohma (10 HP)
  • Sacred Stone : Kokiri's Emerald, Spiritual Stone of the Forest
  • Levels: B2 to 3F
  • Major Item: Fairy Slingshot

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Kakariko Village

Main article: Kakariko Village

Kakariko is a rather peaceful village when Link is a child, and even so at times as an adult. There are several things to do here, such as collect Anju's cuccos as a child for a prize bottle, and play a shooting game in a building as an adult. After the seven-year passing, the village is affected by the 'monster from the well'. Also, Link can use the help of a potion lady as part of the Biggoron Sword side quest. The Skulltula House is located in Kakariko Village. Kakariko Village is a fictional place in The Legend of Zelda series. ...


Graveyard

Adjacent to the village is the graveyard. When Link is a child, he finds that Dampé the Gravedigger runs the Heart-Pounding Gravedigging Tour in which Link can receive a Heart Piece. As an adult, Dampé the gravekeeper still resides in the graveyard, although he is a ghost. Link races him for the hookshot, which is essential when tackling the Forest Temple. As a child, Link enters the Royal Family's Tomb and learns the Sun's Song from a gravestone deep within. This is a list of fictional locations in the video game The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. ... This is a list of fictional locations in the video game The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. ... This is a list of fictional locations in the video game The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. ... The Legend of Zelda series is a classic series of video games from Nintendo. ...


House of Skulltula

In Kakariko Village, there is a house in which cursed humans, turned into skulltulas, live. To break the curse of the family, one must collect a certain number of golden skulltula tokens (from killing certain small skulltulas, for which the token serves as some sort of carapace - thus they are called golden skulltulas). As a reward, the human whose curse was broken will each in turn give the character a different specified item: This is a list of fictional locations in the video game The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. ... This article describes several types of fictional enemy creatures encountered in the Legend of Zelda series. ...

  • Adult's Wallet (10 skulltulas)
  • The Stone of Agony (20 skulltulas)
  • Giant's Wallet (30 skulltulas)
  • Ten Bombchus (40 skulltulas)
  • A Heart Piece (50 skulltulas)
  • Unlimited Gold Rupees (100 skulltulas)

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A somewhat large windmill exists in the southern part of Kakariko Village. This is titled as ? in the game. A man who plays an instrument lives in ?. He tells the character as an adult that someone played a song that sped up the windmill in the past. The character learns this song (Song of Storms) and can play it as a kid as the windmill man said happened (in a predestination paradox). ? is also Dampe's grave as the two are connected. Spanish Windmills at La Mancha A windmill is an engine powered by the wind to produce energy, often contained in a large building as in traditional post mills, smock mills and tower mills. ... This is a list of fictional locations in the video game The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. ... The Legend of Zelda series is a classic series of video games from Nintendo. ... A predestination paradox, also called a causal loop or causality loop, is a paradox of time travel that is often used as a convention in science fiction. ...


Kokiri Forest

Kokiri Forest (コキリの森, Kokiri no Mori - Forest of Kokiri, kō'kē-rē) is a forest east of Hyrule Field accessed by a single entrance over a bridge through the Lost Woods. It is Link's homeland. Its inhabitants are the child-like Kokiri and their fairies overseen by the Great Deku Tree. Mido is the Kokiri leader. Kokiri Forest contains six buildings: the houses of Link, Saria, Mido, the Twins, and the Know-It-All Brothers, and a shop. The forest has a training area and a stream running through it. To the east of Kokiri Forest lie the Lost Woods. In the early stages of the game, when Link is a child, Kokiri Forest is a peaceful place, but when he returns in the later stages as an adult, the place has become overrun with Deku Baba, and the Kokiri inhabitants only stay indoors. Once the Forest Temple stage has been completed and the Deku Sprout appears, the area returns to normal. In the Wind Waker after the flood Kokiri Forest is now the Forest Haven and the Forbidden Woods. It is now inhabited by Koroks. Hyrule Field is a place in the fictional game series the Legend of Zelda. ... Silhouette of Link in the Lost Woods The Lost Woods is a fictional place in the Legend of Zelda video game series. ... The Kokiri are a fictional race of fairy folk in the Nintendo 64 game, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time who inhabit the Kokiri Forest. ... It has been suggested that Trooping fairies be merged into this article or section. ... The Great Deku Tree is a fictional character in the Legend of Zelda games Ocarina of Time and The Wind Waker. ... This article is about fictional characters from the video game The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. ... Link ) is the protagonist of Nintendo’s The Legend of Zelda video game series. ... This article is about fictional characters from the video game The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. ... This article is about fictional characters from the video game The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. ... This article is about fictional characters from the video game The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. ... This article is about fictional characters from the video game The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. ... Deku Baba Deku Babas are a fictional enemy that appear in the Legend of Zelda series. ... This is a list of fictional locations in the video game The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. ... This article is about fictional characters from the video game The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. ... Hylians In the Legend of Zelda series of video games, Hylian generally refers to the Hylian race, a race of humans with certain magical abilities. ...


Major items: Kokiri Sword, Deku Shield This is a list of fictional weapons and other items for the Nintendo 64 game The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (1998). ... This is a list of fictional weapons and other items for the Nintendo 64 game The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (1998). ...


Lake Hylia

Lake Hylia is located in southern Hyrule. The giant body of water can be accessed by climbing on top of a wall in southern Hyrule that leads there, following the river from Gerudo Valley, or by using Epona to jump over tall fences blocking the way to the lake. There are several noteworthy places therein: a laboratory, a fishing pond, a small area beneath a tombstone, and a major island with a lone tree, connected to the mainland by bridges. The Scarecrow's Song can be learned on the lake's furrowed shores. Ruins of ivory or granite columns akin to those found at Zora's Fountain and bearing the Zora's insignia protrude from the shore like a dock stretching towards the major island. There is an entrance at the base of the central island that leads to the Water Temple, and a portal within the submerged coastal ruins which links to the waters within Zora's Domain. When Link is a child in Ocarina of Time, the lake is completely filled, but as an adult the lake is mostly drained, although rain never ceases to fall near the Water Temple's entrance. Link must traverse the temple and defeat the evil Morpha who is sustaining the lake's curse; once this boss is defeated, Lake Hylia fills again with water. The Legend of Zelda series is a classic series of video games from Nintendo. ... This is a list of fictional locations in the video game The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. ... Zoras Domain is a fictional location in the Legend of Zelda series, where King Zora resides. ...


Major items: Bottle (as a child), Fire Arrows (as an adult) This is a list of fictional weapons and other items for the Nintendo 64 game The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (1998). ...


Fishing Pond

The Fishing Pond is a fairly small area adjacent to Lake Hylia where Link may fish. There are a few secrets, including a special lure called the Sinking Lure and the ability to catch the hat of the man tending to the pond. A session costs 20 rupees. Link can receive a Piece of Heart and other items for catching a record-size fish.


The Hylian Loach, a highly elusive eel-like creature, can be found here just before dawn and just before dusk. Usually weighing at around 30-35 pounds, it dwells on the bottom of the pond if it decides to make an appearance at all.


Major Items: Golden Scale, obtainable by catching a fish heavier than 20 lbs.


Lakeside Laboratory

Within the area of Lake Hylia there is a small laboratory in which an old man lives. He will measure how deep Link can dive and is a part of the Biggoron Sword side quest. This is a list of fictional locations in the video game The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. ... Biochemistry laboratory at the University of Cologne. ... This is a list of fictional weapons and other items for the Nintendo 64 game The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (1998). ...


Lon Lon Ranch

Located in the center of Hyrule, Lon Lon Ranch is a horse and cattle ranch originally owned and run by Talon. As a child, Link can learn Epona's Song from his daughter, Malon, which calls Epona over to him when played on the ocarina. This song is useful when Link wishes to ride her as an adult in Hyrule Field and other places. When Link is an adult, Ingo, the once spiteful farmhand under Talon's employ, has become a weak follower of Ganondorf, taken over the farm and kicked Talon out, who thereafter resides in Kakariko Village. The character must beat Ingo in two horse races (which costs 50 rupees per race if you lose) in order to keep Epona for himself and win back the ranch. Freeing Talon from his doze in Kakariko requires the Pocket Cucco from the Cucco Woman, and kick-starts the Biggoron Sword Quest. Binomial name Equus caballus Linnaeus, 1758 The horse (Equus caballus, sometimes seen as a subspecies of the Wild Horse, Equus ferus caballus) is a large odd-toed ungulate mammal, one of ten modern species of the genus Equus. ... Binomial name Bos taurus Linnaeus, 1758 Cattle (often called cows in vernacular and contemporary usage, or kye as the Scots plural of cou) are domesticated ungulates, a member of the subfamily Bovinae of the family Bovidae. ... This article is about fictional characters from the video game The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. ... The Legend of Zelda series is a classic series of video games from Nintendo. ... This article is about fictional characters from the video game The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. ... This article is about fictional characters from the video game The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. ... A tenor and an alto ten-hole ocarina. ... This article is about fictional characters from the video game The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. ... Rupees from the first and third Legend of Zelda installments Rupees are the unit of currency in the fictional lands of Hyrule, Termina, Labrynna, and Holodrum in the Legend of Zelda series of video games, acquired primarily by defeating enemies, by cutting tall grasses or bushes, or from treasure chests...


Lost Woods

Adjacent to Kokiri Forest, the Lost Woods are a somewhat tricky area that must be carefully passed through, since most of the paths lead back out the entrance. This ends at the Sacred Forest Meadow, where Saria teaches you Saria's Song as a child. Within the Lost Woods are pathways leading to both Goron City and Zora's River, as well as several mini-games. The Skull Mask can be sold to the lone Skull Kid here. The character's Deku Seed Bag can also be upgraded in a simple task of slingshot target-practice.


Sacred Forest Meadow

The Sacred Forest Meadow (森の聖域, Mori no Sei'iki - Sacred Grounds of the Forest) is the favorite haunt of Saria. It lies in the center of the Lost Woods and can be reached by following the sound of Saria's Song. A portion of it, the Forest Maze, is infested with Deku Scrubs when Link is a child, and Moblins when Link is an adult. Beyond the maze Saria teaches you Saria's Song (essential to entering Dodongo's Cavern) as a child. As an adult the Forest Temple can be reached here. This is a list of enemies that appear in the 1998 Nintendo 64 video game The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. ... Link ) is the protagonist of Nintendo’s The Legend of Zelda video game series. ... This is a list of enemies that appear in the 1998 Nintendo 64 video game The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. ...


Shadow Temple

The Shadow Temple (闇の神殿, Yami no Shinden - Temple of Darkness) is the fourth major dungeon in the adult-Link portion of the game. The Shadow Temple is located on the ledge in the far east side of Kakariko Graveyard and can be accessed only with the hookshot and Din's Fire. Some believe that the Shadow Temple and The Bottom Of The Well are the same dungeon (since they both are only composed of basements, the designs are very similar, they both possess the same music, and they are both located in Kakariko Village). The Shadow Temple consists of four floors infested with ReDeads, Gibdos, Like Likes, and Dead Hands as well as the many paintings of the dead that give clues to the frightening darkness. The temple is described as a house of the dead. It includes many invisible enemies and false walls making a near-continuous use of the Lens of Truth necessary for many players, although more experienced ones are able to clear the dungeon without the item. The temple layout is unlike the others in that players find a key or solve a puzzle in one area and move on to the next with little backtracking. The Sub-boss of the temple is Dead Hand. The boss is Bongo-Bongo. The sage is Impa. The major prize in the Shadow Temple is the Hover Boots. A ReDead in The Legend of Zelda: Majoras Mask A ReDead in The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker ReDeads are gruesome zombie-like beings created by the magic of the evil being Ganondorf in the Legend of Zelda series. ... It has been suggested that this article or section be merged into The Legend of Zelda series enemies. ...

  • Sub-Boss: Dead Hand
  • Boss: Phantom Shadow Beast: Bongo-Bongo (36 HP)
  • Levels: B1 to B4
  • Major Item: Hover Boots
  • Shadow Sage: Impa
  • Warp Song: Nocturne of Shadow

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Spirit Temple

The Spirit Temple (魂の神殿, Tamashī no Shinden - Temple of Spirit) is the fifth major dungeon of the adult-Link portion of the game. The Spirit Temple lies within the Desert Colossus to the west of the Haunted Wastelands. The temple is divided into two portions--one accessible only when Link is a child and the other only when he is an adult. The child-Link section consists mostly of puzzles along a linear climb to the top of the temple. Its boss is an Iron Knuckle and its defeat earns Link the Silver Gauntlets, which are required to access the adult-Link section of the Temple. In the adult-Link portion, the temple is less linear and more action-based. Its major treasure is the Mirror Shield. According to the game, the Spirit Temple was built by all-female architects and masons from the Gerudo tribe of thieves. It is said to hold a vast amount of treasure and secrets, presumably in the form of picture writing that can be seen on its walls inside the game. It was once Ganondorf's hideout. Link ) is the protagonist of Nintendo’s The Legend of Zelda video game series. ...

  • Sub-Boss: Iron Knuckle (x3)
  • Boss: Sorceress Sisters: Twinrova (Koume and Kotake) (24 HP)
  • Levels: 1F to 4F
  • Major Items: Silver Gauntlets, Mirror Shield
  • Spirit Sage: Nabooru
  • Warp Song: Requiem of Spirit

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Temple of Time

The Temple of Time, located around Hyrule Castle, is the place in which the ancient relic known as the Master Sword lies. By collecting three spiritual stones and playing the Song of Time inside the temple, the Door of Time opens so the player can become an adult. It is also the entrance into the Sacred Realm, where the ancient Triforce lies. It is said that only the Hero of Time may enter the secret chambers of the temple and draw the Master Sword; as such, Ganondorf can only gain entrance to the Realm once Link performs this task. The Temple of Time is also the entrance to the Light Temple, one of the six temples of Hyrule that are linked to each other by mystical forces. This is a list of fictional locations in the video game The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. ... The Master Sword in its Lost Woods pedestal The Master Sword is a fictional sword from Nintendos Legend of Zelda video game series. ... The Song of Time is a song featured in the Legend of Zelda series. ... Ganon (sometimes referred to as Ganondorf or Ganondorf Dragmire) is the monster which takes many forms from the Legend of Zelda series of video games by Nintendo, and the final boss in a number of them. ... Link ) is the protagonist of Nintendo’s The Legend of Zelda video game series. ... It has been suggested that Hylia be merged into this article or section. ... Mysticism (ancient Greek mysticon = secret) is meditation, prayer, or theology focused on the direct experience of union with divinity, God, or Ultimate Reality, or the belief that such experience is a genuine and important source of knowledge. ...


Water Temple

The Water Temple (水の神殿, Mizu no Shinden - Temple of Water) is the third major dungeon of the adult-Link portion of the game, and is where the Zoras pay homage to the water spirits. It is located beneath the waters of Lake Hylia at the base of the lake's largest island. The Water Temple is effectively a maze of chambers on four floors, some only accessible when the water of the temple is at a certain level. Part of the challenge of this temple is being able to raise and lower the water level effectively. The temple's main treasure is the Longshot. The Water Temple has been called the hardest temple in the game due to the water puzzles as well as overlooked doors and openings to new rooms. Some suggest that the difficulty has been decreased in the Master Quest version, but this is a subjective evaluation. Link ) is the protagonist of Nintendo’s The Legend of Zelda video game series. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... This is a list of fictional locations in the video game The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. ... The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time Master Quest was shipped together with a special edition of The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker in May 2003. ...

  • Sub-Boss: Dark Link (10 HP)
  • Boss: Giant Aquatic Amoeba: Morpha (20 HP)
  • Levels: B1 to 3F
  • Major Item: Longshot
  • Water Sage: Princess Ruto
  • Warp Song: Serenade of Water

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Zora's Domain

Zora's Domain is located in the eastern part of Hyrule, behind the Sleepless Waterfall at the source of Zora's River. Since those who dwell there, the Zora, are a secluded race, only those knowing "Zelda's Lullaby," which is generally taught only to members of the Royal Family of Hyrule, are granted passage through the waterfall and into the domain. However, Zora's Domain can also be accessed via portals within Lake Hylia and the Lost Woods. The domain itself is a rock shelter grotto formed within the cliffside and does not contain much aside from a throne room, an inner waterfall and a small shop. King Zora is its ruler, and with his permission Link can enter Zora's Fountain beyond his throne where Lord Jabu-Jabu, the Zoras' revered fish deity, resides. Link can also play a diving game at the top of the inner waterfall where he can win a Silver Scale. When Link is a child, Zora's Domain is filled with water and thriving with Zoras, but when he returns as an adult, it is frozen over and largely abandoned—only King Zora and the shop merchant remain, trapped in unnatural red ice. The Ice Cavern is accessible through Zora's Fountain when Link is an adult. It has been suggested that Hylia be merged into this article or section. ... This article or section is not written in the formal tone expected of an encyclopedia article. ... The Legend of Zelda series is a classic series of video games from Nintendo. ... A rock shelter is a shallow cave-like opening at the base of a bluff or cliff. ... A Grotto (Italian grotta), when it is not an artificial garden feature, is a cave, small or quite large, usually near water and often flooded or liable to flood at high tide. ... This article is about fictional characters from the video game The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. ... Link ) is the protagonist of Nintendo’s The Legend of Zelda video game series. ... This article is about fictional characters from the video game The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. ...


Zora's Domain may be a remodeled version of the unnamed lake at the source of the river leading to Lake Hylia in A Link to the Past. Located at the base of Death Mountain in northeastern Hyrule, this lake is home to many river Zora including an extremely large Zora whose Zora's Flippers are readily for sale and from whom King Zora may be derived. The Link to the Past was created by Shigeru Miyamoto it was called the best Zelda Game of time ... Death Mountain (Japanese: デスマウンテン, Desu-Maunten) is a fictional mountain (occasionally a volcano as well), located in the fictional land of Hyrule in the Legend of Zelda series of videogames. ... This article describes several types of fictional enemy creatures encountered in the Legend of Zelda series. ... In the Legend of Zelda video game series, the protagonist Link uses a variety of weapons and items during his quests. ...


Zora's River

In addition to being a geographical feature running from Jabu-Jabu to Lake Hylia, Zora's River is a distinct, visitable area in northeast Hyrule; the name accounts for both the pathways along the river's banks and the river itself, which runs from the waterfall concealing the entrance to Zora's Domain down to the edge of Hyrule Field, where it diverges. Before and beyond this point, the river is incorpoated into larger areas, flowing to field, Hyrule Castle Town and Gerudo Valley, to Lake Hylia downstream. The Magic Bean salesman sits near the downstream entrance of Zora's River when Link is a child. This is a list of fictional locations in the video game The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. ... This is a list of fictional locations in the video game The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. ... It has been suggested that Hylia be merged into this article or section. ... This is a list of fictional locations in the video game The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. ... This is a list of fictional locations in the video game The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. ... This is a list of fictional locations in the video game The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. ... This is a list of fictional locations in the video game The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. ... This is a list of fictional locations in the video game The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. ... This is a list of fictional locations in the video game The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. ...


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