Deepback Bay

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The Deepback Bay is a location found in Breath of the Wild and Tears of the Kingdom.

Breath of the Wild

The bay is situated in the southeast corner of the map, southeast of the Hateno Ancient Tech Lab. Along with the nearby Hateno Bay, Kitano Bay, and Loshlo Harbor, the Deepback Bay is part of the great Necluda Sea. The area is rather quite, as while there are Blue Lizalfos and Water Octoroks, they are few and far between. On the east side of the bay there are several Ore Deposits and even a Rare Ore Deposit.

On the west side of the Bay there is a Raft located by the pier that sticks out into the bay. Just north and east of the pier, there is a treasure chest underwater that can be pulled up using Magnesis. There is an Opal gem found inside. The raft is one of the methods available to reach Tenoko Island, which is located south-southwest from the bay.

At the far north end of the bay, there is a small cave that has two statues with offering plates. One of them has a Palm Fruit in it. Place a palm fruit in the other offering plate to get the Korok Seed.



Nearby Korok Seeds

Place a palm fruit in the empty basket.

Place a palm fruit in the empty basket. If you need one, they are growing at the top of palm trees to the south.

Tears of the Kingdom

The Deekback Bay can be found well southeast of Hateno Village. The water from the bay spills out to the Necluda Sea found just to the south.

Korok Seeds

  • On the east side of the bay, there is a block puzzle. Move the blocks into their proper spot to get the Korok Seed.

Deepback Bay Cave

Main article: Deepback Bay Cave

The Deepback Bay Cave can be found at the northwest end of the bay. Inside, the Anedamimik Shrine can be found, but it is flooded. Link can travel to beneath the shrine and break the boulder up above, draining the water and allowing Link to reach the shrine.


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