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Angular Isles

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Angular Isles
Angular Isles.jpg
An aerial view of Angular Isles
Game(s)
Item(s) Two Pieces of Heart
Silver Rupee
Related place(s)

Located southwest of the Forest Haven, the Angular Isles are two bizarrely-shaped islands found in The Wind Waker.

Features

Fishman's Comment

Hoy! Small fry!

Angular Isles

Northeast of here is the Forest Haven... They say a truly unique kind of firefly is indigenous to that place. You heard of it, small fry? It emits bursts of light in seven colors! Supposedly it's as beautiful as the rainbow! If you want to capture one though, you'd best have a bottle to keep it in.

Tingle's Comment

Kooloo-Limpah!

Angular Isles

Whoa! The Angular Isles are there!

The Angular Isles are two islands created out of blocks. Link can ascend the larger island by moving blocks and climbing on them. At the top is a chest containing a Piece of Heart. To reach the second island, Link can either latch onto its tree with the Hookshot or glide there with the Deku Leaf. This island has a Secret Cave with a block puzzle that can only be completed with the Mirror Shield. The prize for completing the puzzle is a chest containing 200 Rupees.

Although the isles are uninhabited at the time of The Wind Waker, they are the birthplace of the Great Fairies[1] and Salvage Corp.[2] It is also home to many Gyorg, meaning that travel through the waters surrounding the island can be difficult for the unprepared traveler. Lastly, a Piece of Heart can be unveiled from the sea after finding and opening a Treasure Chart found in Forbidden Woods.

Minor Enemies

Trivia

Nomenclature

While the Japanese name for the island uses カク (kaku), which means "angle" or "square", a fitting description of its blocky appearance, the word カクカク (赫赫, 赫々) (kakukaku) means "brilliant", "bright", or "glorious". This place, being the birthplace of the Great Fairies, makes this secondary meaning have notable significance.

TMC Forest Minish Artwork.png Names in Other Regions TMC Jabber Nut Sprite.gif
Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese カクカク島 (Kaku Kaku Shima) Angle Angle Island
French Republic FrenchEU Ilots Kif Kif Kif Kif Island
Federal Republic of Germany German Treppstieg-Insel Treppstieg Island
Italian Republic Italian Isola Cube Cube Island
Kingdom of Spain SpanishEU Islas Cuadri Cuadri Isles. Cuadri comes from the Spanish word Cuadro, meaning "square".

References

  1. "Great Fairy — Birthplace: Angular Isles" — Nintendo Gallery (The Wind Waker)
  2. "Salvage Corp. — Birthplace: Angular Isles" — Nintendo Gallery (The Wind Waker)
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Forsaken FortressStar IslandNorthern Fairy IslandGale IsleCrescent Moon IslandSeven-Star IslesOverlook IslandFour-Eye ReefMother and Child IslesSpectacle IslandWindfall IslandPawprint IsleDragon Roost IslandFlight Control PlatformWestern Fairy IslandRock Spire IsleTingle IslandNorthern Triangle IslandEastern Fairy IslandFire MountainStar Belt ArchipelagoThree-Eye ReefGreatfish IsleCyclops ReefSix-Eye ReefTower of the GodsEastern Triangle IslandThorned Fairy IslandNeedle Rock IsleIslet of SteelStone Watcher IslandSouthern Triangle IslandPrivate OasisBomb IslandBird's Peak RockDiamond Steppe IslandFive-Eye ReefShark IslandSouthern Fairy IslandIce Ring IsleForest HavenCliff Plateau IslesHorseshoe IslandOutset IslandHeadstone IslandTwo-Eye ReefAngular IslesBoating CourseFive-Star IslesGreat Sea Map TWW.png
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