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Crown Dungeon

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Crown Dungeon
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Main appearance(s)
Main Item(s)
Quest Reward(s)
Mini-boss(es)
Boss(es)

The Crown Dungeon is the fifth Dungeon in Oracle of Ages.[1] It is located on Rolling Ridge in the present.

Entrance to the Dungeon

The entrance to the Crown Dungeon is built into the rock wall of a cliff in the northern Rolling Ridge. When Link first stumbles upon the entrance to the dungeon, it will be locked. The key to open the lock, called the Crown Key, is obtained from the Goron Elder after Link frees him from the giant boulder under which he was trapped.[2] This is accomplished using the Bomb Flower he obtained earlier from defeating the Great Moblin.[3][4]

Themes and Navigation

As with almost every other dungeon in Oracle of Ages, the Crown Dungeon is named after the shape of its first floor, which resembles a crown. It is one of only two dungeons in the game to features the red and blue barrier and Crystal Switches puzzle, the other being the Ancient Tomb. Most of the dungeon centers on this particular puzzle element. The mini-boss of the dungeon is Smasher. The main item of the dungeon is the Cane of Somaria, which is essential to defeat the dungeon's boss, Smog. Once Link has defeated Smog, he will receive another Heart Container and the Sacred Soil, the fifth Essence of Time.

Minor Traps and Enemies

Nomenclature

TMC Forest Minish Artwork.png Names in Other Regions TMC Jabber Nut Sprite.png
Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese ็Ž‹ๅ† ใฎใƒ€ใƒณใ‚ธใƒงใƒณ (ลŒkan no Danjon) Crown Dungeon
French-speaking countries French Donjon Couronne
Federal Republic of Germany German Kronenkaverne Crown Cavern
Italian Republic Italian Dungeon Corona
Kingdom of Spain SpanishEU Mazmorra de la Corona Crown's Dungeon

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References

  1. โ†‘ Encyclopedia (Dark Horse Books) pg. 152
  2. โ†‘ "Did you bring us the Bomb Flower? Sorry to trouble you. This is the shiny key I found on Northern Peak. I never found the keyhole, so I'll give this to you." โ€” Goron Elder (Oracle of Ages)
  3. โ†‘ "The Elder is buried alive! But Gorons alone can't dig him out! If we had the legendary Bomb Flower, we could blast the rocks away..." โ€” Goron (Oracle of Ages)
  4. โ†‘ "I don't know who you are or where you're from, but thank you for getting rid of the Great Moblin. ... Now we can grow Bomb Flowers without any worries! Take one as a sign of our thanks." โ€” Goron (Oracle of Ages)
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