Ginner Woods

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Ginner Woods



Depths Counterpart

Ginner Woods is a location in Breath of the Wild and Tears of the Kingdom.

Breath of the Wild

The Woods are located just west of the entrance to Hateno Village, on the north side of the pathway. It is home a variety of wildlife and enemies. There are five Blue Bokoblin and they carry a Wooden Mop, Farming Hoes, Farmer's Pitchfork, and Boko Club. There are also some regular Red Bokokblin that also carry a Wooden Mop and a Boko Club. A number of Blue Chuchu can be found in the woods as well.

Searching the area, Link can encounter a Mountain Doe, Mountain Buck, Grassland Fox, and Woodland Boar.

There are a variety of goodies to be found on the floor, including Acorns, Stamella Shrooms, Ironshrooms, and Bladed Rhino Beetles.

Meghyn and Nat are two sisters and can be found within the Ginner Woods, searching for Hearty Truffles. The two will get ambushed by Bokoblin, with Meghyn always complaining that her sister Nat got them into this mess. Even after the woods are cleared of all monsters, the two will continue to argue as they search for truffles.




Tears of the Kingdom

Ginner Woods can be found just to the west of Hateno Village. It is a fairly dense forest with some enemy Blue Bokoblin and Keese patrolling the area.

Along the pathway, between the Ginner Woods and the Midla Woods, Addison can be found holding up a Hudson Sign. Link can use the nearby Lumber and Board to hold up the sign. Addison will reward Link with a Red Rupee, some Electro Mushroom Rice Balls, and a Muddle Bud.

Korok Seeds

  • At the west end of the Ovli Plain, by the pathway near the Fir River, there is a Korok that wants to reunite with his friend. Carry him all the way over to the Ginner Woods to get a pair of Korok Seeds.



Bugs and Materials


The name Ginner is short for Beginner. This coincides with the two other Wooded areas surrounding Hateno Village. Just to the west of town there is the Midla Woods, which is short for middle, and to the northeast of town the Retsam Forest; Retsam is spelled backwards is Master.