Deya Lake

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Deya Lake is a location found in Breath of the Wild, Age of Calamity and Tears of the Kingdom. It sits east of the Hylia River, south of the Squabble River, and just southwest of the Dueling Peaks Tower.

Age of Calamity

Deya Village sits on the lake as a fishing community, where fish are caught fresh from the lake and use to make delicious meals. One of these is the Deya Hot Pot, which uses several types of fish from the lake, including Hearty Bass, Mighty Porgy, and Armored Porgy.

Breath of the Wild

The area includes the Deya Village Ruins, found in the center of the Lake. The area is filled with a few Lizalfos that are patrolling the Lake. In the center of the area a Stone Talus will rise up from the rubble when Link draws near.

Just southwest of the Lake, there are some ruins that are guarded by a Bokoblin. In the well of the ruins, there is a treasure chest that contains an Opal gem.

The south end of the Deya Lake is watched over by a Fire Wizzrobe who is wielding a Meteor Rod. At the southeast of the lake, up on the higher elevation, there is a Bokoblin camp with some more dangerous Blue Bokoblin and Black Bokoblin. There is a treasure chest in the well at the camp and it contains a Soldier's Spear.

Throughout the Lake there are some broken down wagons that can be examined to find some Amber gems. There are a few treasure chests that are located at the main part of the Lake.

  • Purple Rupee - At the far west of the Lake, tucked behind two large rocks that can be rolled out of the way.
  • Opal - Underneath a slab at the northeast part of the Lake. Use Stasis to remove the slab.
  • Eightfold Blade - Inside the well at the east side of the ruins. Pull it up with Magnesis.
  • Purple Rupee - At the east side of the Lake, under a slab. Found on the land outside the shallow water.
  • Arrows x10 - Tucked away under some rocks at the southeast part of the Lake.
  • Phrenic Bow - Stuck underground on the largest land mass on the Deya Lake.

Misko's EX Journal 2

Main article: Misko's EX Journal 2

As part of the Breath of the Wild Expansion Pass DLC, Misko's EX Journal 2 will appear at the Deya Village Ruins, found in the wreckage of one of the buildings at the east side of the Lake.




Nearby Korok Seeds

Remove apples from the tree on the left until it looks like the two on the right.

One of these things is not like the others. Carefully pick up apples from the tree on the left until it looks similar to the two on the right.

The flower trail starts in the stump to the west.

Follow the flower trail starting in the stump to the west.

Catch the fairy lights.

Catch the fairy lights.

Use Magnesis to move the chained rock into the stump.

Use Magnesis to move the chained rock into the stump.

Solve the block puzzle. The block is in the nearby tree.

Use Magnesis to lift the block out of the tree and solve the puzzle in the rock face.

Tears of the Kingdom

The Deya Lake is a shallow body of water, found just west of the Popla Foothills Skyview Tower. The area has several dangerous Gloom Spawn, as well as a Blue Boss Bokoblin that patrols the area.

Throughout the lake there are numerous Treasure Chests that Link can pull up from underwater and the surrounding area.

  • Ancient Blade - Found in a partially buried chest at the far southwest end of the lake.

Korok Seeds

  • At the Southeast end of the Deya Lake, on a higher elevation just southwest of the nearby Skyview Tower, Link will find a Korok who is looking for his friend. Grab the Korok and take him westward across the Deya Lake. Reunite him with his friend in the Hills of Baumer to get a pair of Korok Seeds.



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