Hyrule is filled with beautiful—and often deadly—landscapes to explore. Here are just a few places you'll visit on your quest to restore light to the kingdom.
Located next to the bustling Hyrule Castle Town, Hyrule Castle is the regal home of the Royal Family of Hyrule.
One of the most challenging places to traverse, this old, ice-covered mansion, filled with crumbling antiques and other ornate reminders of its majestic past, is now home to a kind Yeti couple.
A mysterious, ancient temple deep in the Faron Woods which may have once housed the legendary Master Sword.
Filled with dangerous plants and wildlife, this temple appears to be housed inside a massive tree.
Surviving the dungeons of Hyrule can be a challenge even for the most experienced adventurer. Here are some quick tips to keep you alive!
An adventurer can never have too many tools. Luckily, you'll find plenty of them on your journey.
A combination gear and top, the Spinner lets you float over surfaces, activate certain machines, and can stun enemies.
It may slow you down a bit, but the Ball and Chain packs a mighty punch.
Bring certain items to life and have them follow you.
This armor will make you invincible, but it's power eats up your rupees. When your rupees run out, so does the invincibility.
Fire at distant enemies or activate faraway switches.
Damage enemies with an explosion, or open holes in walls, even under water.
Throw the boomerang to whip up a wind that can stun distant enemies, carry objects, and more.
You can discover seven hidden skills during your journey by visiting Howling Stones and locating a golden wolf, who will transform into Hero's Shade, a soldier with a mysterious past who trains you.
Finish off your foe with this fearsome blow.
Stun enemies and knock back projectiles.
Sneak behind armored foes and attack.
Pierce enemies' defenses with this one-two wallop.
A risky but lethal surprise attack.
A high-flying spin attack to take out a group.
A much more powerful version of a spin attack.