The Adventure of Link Locations

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Western Hyrule

Death Mountain Area OW.png Death MountainDeath Mountain, located south of the Water Town of Saria, is a complex maze-like system of caves filled with dangerous enemies. Should Link properly navigate the perilous route, he is rewarded with the Hammer and a Magic Container at Spectacle Rock. Close examination of the Overworld in the southern reaches of Death Mountain reveals a simplified version of Hyrule from the original The Legend of Zelda.
Graveyard Area OW.png GraveyardThe Graveyard, located directly south of the Harbor Town of Mido is a large area swarming with Red Moa and Daira. In the middle, Link encounters King's Tomb. Directly south of King's Tomb, Link finds a secret passage that leads to the Island Palace.
Welcome to Mido.png Harbor Town of MidoMido is the fourth town Link visits and is home to a Wise Man who teaches him the Fairy Spell after he heals a child with the Water of Life. A Hyrulean Knight also can be found and imparts how to perform the Downward Thrust attack.
Kings Tomb OW.png King's TombKing's Tomb is the final resting place of the King of Hyrule mentioned in the Game Manual's prologue story.
Midoro Swamp Area OW.png Midoro SwampMidoro Swamp is a large marsh south of Rauru and is home to a host of Octoroks and Moby. At the far western end, Link finds the Midoro Palace.
Moruge Swamp OW.png Moruge SwampThe Moruge Swamp is located north of Saria. Its one major feature is a cave that holds the Water of Life, an item needed to gain the Fairy Spell.
N of River OW.png North of RiverA friendly Bot in Saria indicates that Link will be able to find Bagu, a prominent citizen of the town in this Megmat and Deeler-infested forested region northeast of Saria and east of the Moruge Swamp.
North Palace OW.png North CastleThe North Castle is the starting point of Link's quest and the resting place of the sleeping Princess Zelda.
Parapa Desert Area OW.png Parapa DesertParapa Desert is located northwest of Rauru and is home to Parapa Palace, the first dungeon. A small forest glade in the south also holds a Heart Container.
Tantari Desert OW.png Tantari DesertTantari Desert lies north of the North Castle and is home to a single cave, occupied by a Goriya who has stolen the Trophy from the Town of Ruto.
Welcome to Rauru.png Town of RauruRauru is the first town Link encounters and where he learns the indispensable Shield Spell.
Welcome to Ruto.png Town of RutoRuto, the second town visited, is located in a mountain valley northwest of the North Castle. Its Wise Man will teach Link the Jump Spell.
Welcome to Saria.png Water Town of SariaSaria, the third town Link encounters, can be found in the southwestern region of Western Hyrule, due south of Ruto. Here Link learns the Life Spell and passes south into Death Mountain after receiving the proper credentials from Bagu.

Eastern Hyrule

Welcome to Hidden Kasuto.png Hidden Town of KasutoThe residents of Kasuto fled into the woods after the town was destroyed by the forces of Ganon. Link must use the Hammer to uncover the well-hidden town. It is filled with valuable items including the final Magic Container, the Spell Spell, and the Magic Key.
Welcome to Kasuto.png KasutoKasuto, destroyed by Ganon's minions, now sits almost completely deserted and is patrolled by invisible Moas. The Wise Man who remains will teach Link the Thunder Spell once he has gathered all of the Magic Containers.
Maze Island AOL.png Maze IslandMaze Island sits off the far northeast coast of Eastern Hyrule and is home to the Maze Island Palace. Link also finds a Magic Container and the Kidnapped Child, who must be returned to a worried mother in the Mountain Town of Darunia.
Welcome to Darunia.png Mountain Town of DaruniaFound after ascending a perilous mountain trail north of Nabooru, Link reaches the sixth town, Darunia. Here, like in Mido, Link meets another Hyrulean Knight who teaches Link Upward Thrust. Once the kidnapped child is returned from Maze Island, Link also learns the Reflect Spell.
Welcome to Nabooru.png Town of NabooruNabooru, the fifth town, is found shortly after reaching Eastern Hyrule via the Raft. If Link can help a Thirsty Lady, he is awarded the Fire Spell.
Seashore.png SeashoreThe Seashore is an uninhabited region hinted at in the Hidden Town of Kasuto that lies directly east of Three Eye Rock. Along the shore, Link stumbles across the fourth and final Heart Container.
Three Eye Rock 2.png Three Eye RockThree Eye Rock is a geographical feature in the far south of Eastern Hyrule. When Link plays the Flute in the middle of the rock formation, the Three-Eye Rock Palace materializes.
Valley of Death.png Valley of DeathThe King of Hyrule did not intend to give the Triforce of Courage to just anyone, and the Valley of Death became the crucible for which contenders for the relic were tested. Link must navigate this most arduous challenge yet in order to reach the Great Palace.

Palaces

ParapaOW.jpg Parapa PalaceLocated in the Parapa Desert, Parapa Palace is the first dungeon Link explores. Here he finds the Candle and confronts Horsehead.
MidoroOW.jpg Midoro PalaceAfter trudging through the Midoro Swamp, Link enters the second dungeon, Midoro Palace. Inside he uncovers the Handy Glove and battles Jermafenser.
IslandOW100.jpg Island PalaceLink reaches the third dungeon, the Island Palace, after passing through the secret tunnel south of King's Tomb. After fighting his way through a host of new enemies, Link lays claim to the Raft. At the end, Link battles the fearsome Rebonack.
MazeIsland100.jpg Maze Island PalaceThe fourth dungeon, the Maze Island Palace, is found after navigating the twisting paths of Maze Island. Inside Link finds the Boots, which allow him to walk on water. The final enemy, Carock, can only be defeated by using the Reflect Spell to turn his own magic against him.
OceanOW100.jpg Palace on the SeaThe fifth dungeon, known as the Palace on the Sea, is reachable only after Link possesses the Boots. It is the largest and most complex Palace Link must navigate with the exception of the Great Palace. In the basement behind a secret passage, Link finds the Flute. Gooma, a hulking beast, stands as the final enemy.
HiddenOW100.jpg Three-Eye Rock PalaceLink is able to enter the sixth dungeon only after using the power of the Flute to force the Three-Eye Rock Palace into existence. In order to pass beyond the first few rooms, Link must have recovered the Magic Key from the Hidden Town of Kasuto. Within, Link is awarded with the Cross after a rematch with Rebonack. After using the Fairy Spell to reach the otherwise inaccessible ledge, Link confronts Barba, a massive dragon-like snake.
GreatOW100.jpg Great PalaceOnce Link has placed the six crystals in the statues of the other palaces and traversed the harrowing Valley of Death, he reaches his final challenge. After defeating a horde of nightmarish monsters, Link is ambushed by Thunderbird in what appears to be the final confrontation. Inside of the Triforce chamber, the Triforce Keeper issues one final challenge: a showdown with Link's own shadow. Victorious, Link is bestowed the Triforce of Courage and uses its power to wake Princess Zelda.