"This small fishing village along the coast is inhabited by fishermen who make a living off the Faron and Necluda seas. There is a market that sells fish, crab, and other goods, as well as a facility in town where Link can gamble rupees on a treasure chest game, which is what a number of the local fishermen do when they can't go to sea on rainy days."
Breath of the Wild
Lurelin Village is an idyllic tropical fishing village in the Faron province and led by chief Rozel. It is located on the southern beaches in an inlet to the southeast. The weather in Lurelin is typically sunny with regular rain showers. Treasure is frequently found in the ocean and a favorite spot for treasure hunters. A favorite recipe of the villagers is Seafood Paella, which is made by cooking the locally found Hearty Blueshell Snail with Hylian Rice, Goat Butter, Rock Salt, and a Mighty Porgy.
Lurelin Village amenities include a general store where Link can buy fish and arrows and an inn where Link can spend the night to recover hearts. A casino can be found in the one of the tiki houses in the northeast of the village. Cloyne, who runs the casino, will accept a wager on which one of three treasure chests contains the most rupees. The more a player wagers, the greater the potential reward.
A goddess statue is located just southwest of the inn along the beachfront. A Cooking Pot can be found between two tiki homes to the east of the main entrance of the village, while open fires may be found southeast of the inn (before the pier where Mubs' shop is located) and on a small ridge just before reaching Gogobi Shores. Kilton can be found at night to the south of Lurelin Village at Korne Beach.
Local flora includes palm trees from which Palm Fruit and Korok Leaves can be harvested. A variety of mushrooms may also be found in shady locations, such as under the villagers' homes. Local fauna includes Hearty Lizards, Hightail Lizards, Energetic Rhino Beetles, Razorclaw Crabs, Ironshell Crabs, Mighty Porgies, Armored Porgies, and Hearty Blueshell Snails. Water Buffalo and Mountain Goats can be found on near-by beaches.
Nearby Side Quests
Nearby Korok Seeds
This will take a few tries, so save first. You want to get this rock up to the roof of the casino.
- One method is using Stasis and kinetic energy. 9 hits from a Knight's Halberd does the trick (approximately 117 damage), or get it to the third color of arrow. Make sure you pick it up and put it down first; if it's still in the ground it won't move.
- Alternatively, you can use Octo Balloons to lift the rock closest to the casino first. You will need about 2 or 3 balloons to provide enough lift. Then you can use Stasis once the rock is high enough up, and a bomb arrow should provide enough energy to move the rock onto the roof.
- An easier method of getting the rock up with an Octo Balloon is to use a Korok Leaf to blow the rock over the roof. Use the R button to aim the leaf and waft the rock/balloon onto the roof.
- Perhaps the easiest method is to cut down a tree on the left (facing the door) near the front to form a bridge. Try to aim it between the first two flags so it will stay.
- Another easy method involves cutting down a tree and using stasis on it as soon as it hits the roof. Then you can pick up a rock and quickly walk up the frozen tree.
Climb around the tree trunks on top of the Inn chasing the yellow flowers.
Shoot the apple from the palm tree of Rozel and Numar's home.
Shopping in Lurelin Village
|Store||Item||Cost||Base Re-sell Price||Dye Shop|
|Mubs' Shop||Octo Balloon||20 Rupees||5 Rupees||Purple Dye Ingredient|
|Ironshell Crab||32 Rupees||8 Rupees||N/A|
|Armored Porgy||40 Rupees||10 Rupees||N/A|
|Mighty Porgy||40 Rupees||10 Rupees||N/A|
|Shock Arrow x10||140 Rupees||N/A||N/A|
|Arrow x5||20 Rupees||N/A||N/A|
- In Breath of the Wild, apart from Tarrey Town, Lurelin Village is not a plot-relevant settlement in the game as it doesn't have connections to any Main Quests, serving more as a point of reference at the southern coast of Hyrule.
- Lurelin Village is the southernmost settlement in Hyrule, as well as the only settlement in Faron.
- The buildings in the village appear to be repurposed sea vessels.