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Encyclopedia > Kokiri Forest

Kokiri Forest is a fictional location in the Nintendo 64 game The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. It is a forest south of Hyrule Field accessed by a single entrance over a bridge through the Lost Woods. 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 boring and 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 have fled into the Lost Woods. Once the Forest Temple stage has been completed and the Deku Sprout appears, the area returns to normal.


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Kokiri Forest - Zelda Wiki.org (261 words)
The village and forest region comprises of the central part of the Lost Woods, and is close to both Hyrule Field and the Sacred Forest Meadow.
The Kokiri Forest is actually home to the Great Deku Tree's Meadow, and is a safe haven, compared to the rest of the Lost Woods.
The Kokiri Forest is the original Link's hometown; though he wasn't a Kokiri, it was where he grew up, and is home to his closest friends.
Kokiri Forest (242 words)
But to the forest children he is more than that - he is their father.
Kokiri Forest is a misty place with tree stumps for houses, and lots of fairies.
Each Kokiri has his or her own guardian fair to advise them in dangerous situations if they ever come across any.
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