Stake Garden

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Stake Garden
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Germany Deutsch Holzpflock-Garten (Peg Garden)

The Stake Garden is a small area featured in A Link to the Past. The garden is located in the eastern section of the Village of Outcasts and south of the Blacksmith's badly damaged shop in the Dark World.[1] It is bordered by the Haunted Grove to the south and by the river surrounding the Pyramid of Power to the east.

While the only way to reach it is by going east of the Village of Outcasts, two large boulders block the entrance to the Stake Garden. Once Link has obtained the Titan's Mitt, he can lift the boulders and gain access to the garden.[2] Despite not having too many objects in the Stake Garden, four Bone Cuccos can be found throughout the area and a tree stump in the southern section can be found, too.

Giving the name "Stake Garden" to the area, 22 stakes are placed into the ground in the field.[3] If Link uses the Magic Hammer to pound all the stakes into the ground, the tree stump under the stakes will disappear and reveal an underground passageway.[4][5] However, it does not matter in what order he pounds the stakes in.[6] In the cave, he can find four skulls along with a Piece of Heart.[7]

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References

  1. "The Stake Garden was located just south of the Blacksmith's burned-out shop." — A Link to the Past Nintendo Player's Guide, pg. 88
  2. "Explorers who possessed the Titan's Mitt could lift a huge rock that blocked the garden and gain access to the grounds." — A Link to the Past Nintendo Player's Guide, pg. 88
  3. "There are 22 stakes placed just south of the Smithy in the Dark World." — A Link to the Past Nintendo Player's Guide, pg. 160
  4. "Then, by pounding the stakes into the ground, they could cause an underground passage to appear." — A Link to the Past Nintendo Player's Guide, pg. 88
  5. "If Link uses the Magic Hammer to pound in all of the stakes, the tree stump below the stakes will disappear and an entrance to a cave will mysteriously appear." — A Link to the Past Nintendo Player's Guide, pg. 160
  6. "It doesn't matter what order Link pounds the stakes in–just make sure they're all flattened down." — A Link to the Past Nintendo Player's Guide, pg. 160
  7. "The first adventurer who found this passage collected a Piece of Heart." — A Link to the Past Nintendo Player's Guide, pg.