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Damel Forest

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Damel Forest
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Main Appearance(s)

The Damel Forest is a location in Breath of the Wild.[1]

Features and Overview

The Damel Forest is located in the Faron Grasslands. It lies north of both the Zonai Ruins and Harker Lake. Approaching from the south, the entrance to the Damel Forest is flanked by two large, carven stone pillars. An ancient road of flagstone and dirt passes through these into a wide clearing, where several monsters are camped. There are a handful of Wooden Boxes present in the clearing, gathered together on its western flank. On nearly all sides, the Forest is thick with vegetation. To the west lie the tall Farosh Hills, forming a natural barrier. It is often overcast or rainy in this particular environment; the ground is saturated as a result, evidenced by the presence of many puddles. Northward and then east, past the first Monster Encampment and the clearing sits a second clearing space. Here is another Monster Encampment, coupled with a handful of metal Crates strewn on the ground. This second camp boasts a Cooking Pot near a small pond. From here, the old forest road veers to the southeast, where it meets the winding Dracozu River. Its path is watched over by several stone Dragon statues. Another wooded hill encircles from the north, and boasts similar fare. From this vantage point, the grand ruins at Dracozu Lake are visible. In a small cave blocked with a breakable rock wall on top of the wooded hill, on its eastern flank, are two regular Ore Deposits and one Rare Ore Deposit.

The first aforementioned Monster Encampment has a wooden Treasure Chest containing a bundle of Fire Arrows,[how many?] as well as a remote, metallic Treasure Chest on a raised platform containing a Soldier's Spear. The second camp has a raised platform housing a metallic Treasure Chest, which contains a single Silver Rupee.

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Materials

Nomenclature

The Damel Forest derives its name from damsel.

TMC Forest Minish Artwork.png Names in Other Regions TMC Jabber Nut Sprite.png
Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese 樹海ダムゼル (Jukai Damuzeru) Damsel Jungle

References

  1. "Damel Forest" — Map (Breath of the Wild)