Altar of Lord Jabu-Jabu

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Altar of Lord Jabu-Jabu
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The Altar of Lord Jabu-Jabu is a location featured within Ocarina of Time. It is located within Zora's Fountain and it is where the Zoras come to worship Lord Jabu-Jabu.

Story

"Of course, you'll go find Ruto. You can pass through here to the altar of Lord Jabu-Jabu.[1]"

Ruto is in charge of feeding Lord Jabu-Jabu.[2] When Link arrives at Zora's Domain, he soon finds out that Princess Ruto has gone missing. After acquiring Ruto's Letter in Lake Hylia, Link will find out that she has been swallowed by Lord Jabu-Jabu. After showing the letter to King Zora, he will allow Link to pass into Zora's Fountain.

After Link catches a Fish in a Bottle, he can take it to the Altar of Lord Jabu-Jabu. After releasing it on the altar, Link will be swallowed up by Lord Jabu-Jabu himself, where Link will find himself within the third dungeon of the game, Inside Jabu-Jabu's Belly.

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  1. "Ho, this letter! It's from Princess Ruto!! Hmmm...Let's see... She's inside Lord Jabu-Jabu? That's not possible! Our guardian god, Lord Jabu-Jabu, would never eat my dear Princess Ruto! But since that stranger, Ganondorf, came here, Lord Jabu-Jabu has been a little green around the gills... The evidence seems clear. Of course, you'll go find Ruto. You can pass through here to the altar of Lord Jabu-Jabu. I'll keep this letter. You keep the bottle it was in. Take it respectfully!" — King Zora, Ocarina of Time.
  2. "Lord Jabu-Jabu is the patron deity of the Zoras. Princess Ruto is in charge of preparing his meals, morning and night.", Ocarina of Time.