Savage Labyrinth

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Savage Labyrinth
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The Savage Labryrinth is a mini-dungeon located on Outset Island in The Wind Waker. It is essentially an enemy gauntlet, as Link must fight through mazes of enemies. It also provides him with Rupees, various goodies, and a warp out every ten floors.

Finding the Entrance

While the entrance to the Savage Labyrinth is on Outset Island, it is located on a cliff on the far east side of the island that cannot be accessible by foot. Link can either use the Deku Leaf to fly to the cliff or use the Hookshot to hook onto the tree on top of the ledge. While he can access the ledge, the labyrinth is covered by a Stone Head in which can only be lifted when he has obtained the Power Bracelets. Once he obtains the item, he can lift the large rock to reveal the entrance to the Savage Labyrinth.


The Savage Labyrinth consists of 50 floors, each split up into 5 different themed portions from the game's main dungeons along with enemies that corrospond with that area. Also, enemies do not drop spoils, recovery items, and pickup items if Link defeats them, but he can use the Grappling Hook on many enemies like a Darknut to obtain items. In order to assemble the Triforce of Courage, Link must come here to get the Triforce Chart in the GameCube version or a Triforce Shard in the HD version, both being on the 30th floor. Here, he must use the Wind Waker to play the Wind's Requiem on the Wind Crest to reveal the Treasure Chest containing one of the two items.

On the same floor, he can use the Mirror Shield to reflect light onto the Elephant Statue to optionally complete the rest of the labyrinth. When Link completes the Savage Labyrinth, he is rewarded with a Piece of Heart in the GameCube version or the Hero's Charm in The Wind Waker HD on the 50th floor.

If Link wants to continue further on in the Savage Labyrinth, he should take care that he does not accidentally go into the exit warp on the 30th floor after he opens the Treasure Chest and obtains the item.

The use of Potions, fairies, or a combination of both is strongly recommended along with obtaining most or all of the Bottles since recovery of health and items are not inside except at the 10th-level interval. As a result of this, Link should prepare before trying to complete the labyrinth.


E. Fairies
  1. Keese x10
  2. Miniblin x6
  3. Bokoblin x4
  4. Red ChuChu x6
  5. Magtail x4
  6. Keese x4, Miniblin x4
  7. Fire Keese x4, Magtail x2
  8. Bokoblin x4, Fire Keese x2
  9. Moblin x2
  10. Recovery Floor, Optional Exit
  11. Peahat x6
  12. Green ChuChu x4
  13. Boko Baba x5
  14. Green Bokoblin x4
  15. Wingless Mothula x5
  16. Boko Baba x3, Peahat x3
  17. Blue Bokoblin x4, Green ChuChu x4
  18. Wingless Mothula x3, Green Bokoblin x2
  19. Winged Mothula x2
  20. Recovery Floor, Optional Exit
  21. Wizzrobe x3
  22. Armos x4
  23. Armos Knight x2
  24. Yellow ChuChu x6
  25. Red Bubble x4
  26. Green Bokoblin x2, Darknut x1
  27. Armos x3, Wizzrobe x1
  28. Armos Knight x2, Red Bubble x2
  29. Darknut x2
  30. Recovery Floor, Triforce Chart (GC) or Triforce Shard (HD), Optional Exit
  31. ReDead x6
  32. Blue Bubble x5
  33. Dark ChuChu x6
  34. Poe x5
  35. Winged Mothula x3
  36. ReDead x3, Moblin x2
  37. Dark ChuChu x5, Winged Mothula x1
  38. Poe x5, Moblin x2
  39. Blue Bubble x4, Stalfos x2
  40. Recovery Floor, Optional Exit
  41. Miniblin x24
  42. Red ChuChu x10, Green ChuChu x10, Yellow ChuChu x10
  43. Wizzrobe x5
  44. Bokoblin x16
  45. ReDead x4, Stalfos x2
  46. Moblin x3, Darknut x2
  47. Wizzrobe x3, Darknut x2, Electric Barriers
  48. Stalfos x3
  49. Mighty Darknut x4 with Moblin Bust x6
  50. Piece of Heart (GC) or Hero's Charm (HD)