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Lake Hylia
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Lake Hylia, as it appears in Ocarina of Time
Lake Hylia map
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Basic Information
Type Territory
Location Legend of Zelda - Hyrule
Tech Tier Tier 8 - Metal Working Technology
Magic Class Class 6.5 - Bare/Rudimentary Magic
Controlled by Lords of Midnight


BackgroundEdit

Hyrule's greatest source of fresh water, Lake Hylia can be found in the countries south-western corner. The Lake, once a relatively quiet place has seen a surge of activity since entering the Multiverse.

Multiverse TimelineEdit

The vacuum of power left by the dissipation of the Strawhats was filled by a group of foreign pirates, who have settled in both the Lake itself and Zora's Domain. As pirates go, this lot is lazy, greedy and ill-tempered -- and having had many of their ranks put to the sword by one woman, hostile to strangers.

Members of the NO drove the rest of the pirates out and set up outposts at the lake. These outposts remained until the Lords "asked" them to remove them.

Recently, Sabrina has entered the Water Temple with Fizz, an ally she met whilst on the Moon. Though they have different motives, they are making a study of the Temple -- Sabrina hoping to find a connection between the Temples and Hyrule's mystic forces, and Fizz with the prospect of treasure ever so appealing.

Sights of pirates still lurking within Lake Hylia have recently been confirmed. The pirates have been making base within the depths of the Water Temple.

PlacesEdit

  • The Water Temple - Hidden deep beneath Lake Hylia, the Water Temple pays homage to the Goddesses of Hyrule.
  • Lakeside Laboratory - The primary research facility of the Lake Scientist, this is his base of operations in his studies of Marine Biology. Any adventurer seeking information on the Lake would be wise to visit the scientist.
  • Zora River - A river that winds all throughout Hyrule. It feeds the Lake via a waterfall leading to Gerudo Valley.


InhabitantsEdit

Aside from the more humanoid, civilized Zoras we are all familiar with, the feral, lesser evolved version of the species also lurks in the waters, waiting to strike thier unsuspecting prey. Despite the viscous River Zora, Lake Hylia still remains a popular tourist location for anyone visiting Hyrule

Some Hylians have also settled here to set up fishing areas and research facilities.


BestiaryEdit

Lake Area

Water Temple

Blade Trap Blue Tektite Gold Skulltula Keese Like Like Shell Blade
Spike Stinger Morpha Dodongo Lizalfos Stalfos

See alsoEdit

External linksEdit

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