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'''Impaz's House''' is a location that appears in ''[[The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess|Twilight Princess]]''. This is the home of [[Impaz]], the lone remaining resident of the [[Hidden Village]].  
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'''Impaz's House''' is a location that appears in ''[[The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess|Twilight Princess]]''. The house is situated within the second province of the game, [[Eldin Province|Eldin]], however the location isn't accessible throughout the majority of the main plot. More specifically, the house is found at the far end of the [[Hidden Village]]. It serves as the home of [[Impaz]], the lone remaining resident of the area. Impaz takes shelter here from the [[Bulblin]]s, that have taken over the abandoned village.  
  
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==Story==
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[[Link]] first encounters this location when on a his quest to find the third remaining [[Mirror Shard]], that lies somewhere within the "heavens". After Link has shown the [[Wooden Statue]] to [[Ilia]], she tells him of an old woman who saved her from a pack of monsters. Ilia, worried, senses that the woman who saved her might still be in trouble. Link, with the help of [[Darbus]], gains entry to the seemingly abandoned village. After clearing the village of Bulblins, Impaz exits her house to thank the young hero. She then hands Link the [[Horse Call]], in a hope that it might revitalize Ilia's memory.
After [[Link]] has shown the [[Horse Call]] to [[Ilia]], thus restoring her memory, he can travel to Impaz's House and show her the [[Dominion Rod]]. She will burst with joy, calling Link the ''Messenger of the Heavens''. She will give him the [[Ancient Sky Book]]. Link can use this book to gain access to the [[Sky Cannon]], which will send Link to the [[City in the Sky]].
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After returning to Ilia and restoring her memory, she tells Link about the "Messenger to the Heavens". This was told to Ilia by Impaz, and the old woman won't leave her village until the messenger with the rod appears. Link, who wields the [[Dominion Rod]], returns to the Hidden Village. Now he can access Impaz's House and show her the ancient item he acquired in the [[Temple of Time (Dungeon)|Temple of Time]]. She then recognizes that Link is in fact the "Messenger to the Heavens" and she hands the young hero the [[Ancient Sky Book]]. Link can use this book to reach his next destination, the [[City in the Sky]].  
  
 
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Revision as of 19:10, June 2, 2013

Impaz's House

Impaz's House is a location that appears in Twilight Princess. The house is situated within the second province of the game, Eldin, however the location isn't accessible throughout the majority of the main plot. More specifically, the house is found at the far end of the Hidden Village. It serves as the home of Impaz, the lone remaining resident of the area. Impaz takes shelter here from the Bulblins, that have taken over the abandoned village.

Story

Link first encounters this location when on a his quest to find the third remaining Mirror Shard, that lies somewhere within the "heavens". After Link has shown the Wooden Statue to Ilia, she tells him of an old woman who saved her from a pack of monsters. Ilia, worried, senses that the woman who saved her might still be in trouble. Link, with the help of Darbus, gains entry to the seemingly abandoned village. After clearing the village of Bulblins, Impaz exits her house to thank the young hero. She then hands Link the Horse Call, in a hope that it might revitalize Ilia's memory.

After returning to Ilia and restoring her memory, she tells Link about the "Messenger to the Heavens". This was told to Ilia by Impaz, and the old woman won't leave her village until the messenger with the rod appears. Link, who wields the Dominion Rod, returns to the Hidden Village. Now he can access Impaz's House and show her the ancient item he acquired in the Temple of Time. She then recognizes that Link is in fact the "Messenger to the Heavens" and she hands the young hero the Ancient Sky Book. Link can use this book to reach his next destination, the City in the Sky.

Gallery