Spirit Island

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Spirit Island is a location from Phantom Hourglass. It was once visited by the servant spirits, who sought after the power to defeat evil.[1]

Location

Spirit Island is located in the southwestern corner of the Southwestern Sea. The island is not originally charted on the Southwestern Sea Chart. It can be found in the middle of three boulders, jutting out of the water.[2]

Features

Spirit Island is a loose collection of islets, the largest of which features the Shrine at Spirit Island.

Port

The port is located on a small islet south of the main islet, to which it is connected by a short, wooden bridge. A Postbox can be found next to the bridge.

Main Islet

The main islet of Spirit Island features a field of grass and a Treasure Chest, containing a Courage Gem, as well as the entrance to the shrine of the island.

Shrine

Main article: Shrine at Spirit Island

A shrine which houses the servant of the goddess of spirits.[3] It acts as the locale where Link can restore the power of the spirits that guide him.

Eastern Islets

Accessible from the main islet via the Grappling Hook, the eastern portion of Spirit Island consists of several small islets filled with Octoroks, Like Likes, and Rupee Likes. On the tallest islet sits a treasure chest containing a Power Gem.

Gallery

References

  1. "The Shrine at Spirit Island The servant spirits came here long ago in search of the power to defeat evil. The three spirits used Spirit Gems to gain the power they required.", Phantom Hourglass.
  2. "There is a tiny isle in the middle of the three boulders south of this isle. It's said that there's a beautiful spring there. This is one of several isles that are not charted on any map! Keep a vigilant eye out while sailing. You never know what you'll find. Now make a note of what I just said!" — Gossip Stone, Phantom Hourglass.
  3. "[Link]... I am the servant to the goddess of spirits that dwells in this spring... I have been awaiting your arrival...", Phantom Hourglass.