Death Mountain's Hot Spring
from Twilight Princess
|Item(s)||Hot Spring Water|
Hot Springs are recurring locations in The Legend of Zelda series.
Features and Overview
In Majora's Mask, three Hot Springs can be found. The first one is located in the Goron Graveyard. After obtaining the Goron Mask, Link can pull Darmani's grave to reveal the spring. Link can use an empty Bottle to scoop some Hot Spring Water and unfreeze one of the Gorons outside the graveyard, the Goron Elder, and the entrance to the second Hot Spring. The second one is located inside a Secret Grotto in the second of the Twin Islands. The last spring can be found Beneath the Well in Ikana Canyon. It is protected by a Dexihand and can be used to get some Hot Spring Water for one of the Gibdos inside.
In Twilight Princess, there is a Hot Spring in Kakariko Village and another one in Death Mountain. The Kakariko Hot Spring is located atop the Elde Inn and is merely a small pond. Link can only reach it via the Elde Inn. The Hot Spring from Death Mountain is a popular spot for Gorons. There is also a Goron Shop located in the far end of the Hot Spring. Besides scooping Hot Spring Water from them, Link can recover his Hearts by standing in Hot Springs.
Breath of the Wild
In Breath of the Wild, a number of Hot Springs can be found across the Eldin region. The Spring's warm waters will gradually replenish Link's Hearts so long as he is at least waist-deep in the water. A number of Hot Springs in Eldin are named, including Gero Pond, the Goron Hot Springs, Lake Ferona, and Lake Intenouch. Unnamed Hot Springs can also be found around the region.
|Names in Other Regions|
- "Kakariko Hot Spring / Anyone and everyone is welcome. Soak slowly to warm your heart!" — Sign (Twilight Princess)
- "Without sumo matches, the hot spring is the only thing we have to look forward to, Brother." — Goron (Twilight Princess)
- "Sitting in a hot spring warms up your body and soul...and gradually fills you up with energy, Brother." — Goron (Twilight Princess)