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Cliffs of Quince

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Cliffs of Quince
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Main Appearance(s)

The Cliffs of Quince are a location in Breath of the Wild.[1]

Features and Overview

The Cliffs of Quince are located in East Necluda. The Cliffs of Quince overlook both Fort Hateno and the Fir River, the latter of which runs directly beneath the northern portion of the Cliffs. On the southern side of the cliffs, Link can find Wild Horses, which are being ridden by Bokoblins. A second herd of Wild Horses can also be found on the eastern side of the Cliffs, without Bokoblin masters. On the underside of the highest Cliffs, Link can find a Magnesis puzzle, which can be solved to uncover a Korok who will give Link a Korok Seed for finding him.

The Cliffs of Quince form an alcove, under which a group of Bokoblins have formed a camp at the bank of the Fir River. This camp contains several Bomb Barrels and a Treasure Chest, holding an Opal, which can only be unlocked by clearing the camp of its inhabitants. A spit in the middle of the camp holds a Seared Steak.

A Stone Talus can be found at the top of the Cliffs of Quince.

Minor Enemies

Nomenclature

The Cliffs of Quince derive their name from quince trees.

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Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese カリン高原 (Karin Kōgen) Quince Plateau[note 1]

Notes

  1. Karin specifically refers to pseudocydonia sinensis, otherwise known as the "Chinese quince".

References

  1. "Cliffs of Quince" — Map (Breath of the Wild)