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Earth Spring
Goddess Statue Earth Spring - Skyward Sword Wii.png
Goddess Statue in Earth Spring



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The Earth Spring is one of the two springs in Skyward Sword.[1] It is found at the end of the Earth Temple in the Eldin Province after Link defeats Scaldera.[2] Zelda first heads here to cleanse her body in the waters of the spring.[3][4] Link arrives just in time to see her depart with Impa.[5] Although Zelda wants to speak with him, Impa stops her and allows her to go ahead.[6] Impa then criticizes Link for failing his task to protect her, claiming that he must conquer the challenges given to him by the Goddess before he can help Zelda.[7][8][9]

Fi deciphers a message written in the language of the ancient gods that states that Zelda has headed to Lanayru Desert.[10][11] Link then receives the Amber Tablet, which he must take to Skyloft to create a path to the Lanayru Province.


  1. "The spirit maiden who descended from the clouds must travel to two sacred places to purify her body. You stand in one of these places: Skyview Spring. The other is known as the Earth Spring." — Fi, Skyward Sword.
  2. "This second spring is hidden away deep within the scorched earth of Eldin. The spirit maiden, ever mindful of the heavy task entrusted to her, has set out for this second sacred place." — Fi, Skyward Sword.
  3. "The spirit maiden who descended from the clouds has passed through the Earth Spring and makes her way to a fated place." — Fi, Skyward Sword.
  4. "Master [Link]. It appears Zelda has cleansed herself in the waters of this fountain. Based on the information from the message I just imparted, I project she is traveling to a region known as Lanayru. If you transport this tablet back to the statue in Skyloft, a new column of light will appear that will allow you to travel to the Lanayru region. I suggest you return at once to Skyloft and then set out for the Lanayru region." — Fi, Skyward Sword.
  5. "I... I have to go. I'm sorry, [Link]." — Zelda, Skyward Sword.
  6. "You cannot go to him, Your Grace. Remember what we discussed. Restrain yourself. Focus on the task at hand." — Impa, Skyward Sword.
  7. "It took you far too long to get here. Looking at you, I fear the goddess is mistaken in her choice of agents. If this failure is any indication, you have no hope of defending Her Grace from those who seek to assail her." — Impa, Skyward Sword.
  8. "Do my words anger you, boy? Do my words sting? Let them. If I had not come when I did, your Zelda would already have fallen into the hands of the enemy. The truth of it is you were late. You were late, and you failed to protect her." — Impa, Skyward Sword.
  9. "I sent Zelda ahead to learn more of the fate in which she is destined to play a part. Listen well, chosen one. If you wish to be of help to Her Grace, you must summon a shred of courage and face the trials laid out before you. Only when you've conquered the trials will you be of use to Zelda. No sooner. Am I understood?" — Impa, Skyward Sword.
  10. "Master, I have a message written in the language of the gods of old. Allow me to translate for you." — Fi, Skyward Sword.
  11. "The parched desert of Lanayru... That is where the chosen will pass through the Gate of Time into a distant world." — Fi, Skyward Sword.