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Death Mountain Shop

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Death Mountain Shop
Link To The Past - Lake Hylia Shop Interior.png
The Death Mountain Shop is identical in appearance to the Lake Hylia Shop
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Related places

The Death Mountain Shop is a Light World shop in A Link to the Past. It is identical in appearance to the Death Mountain Shop, consisting of a small cave-like enclosure. Like its Death Mountain counterpart, it sells the same wares as the Kakariko Village Shop and all three of them are run by identical shopkeepers.

The shop is one of the more obscure locations in the game, and like the other shops in the Light World, it need never be visited in order to complete the game. In order to reach it, Link must possess the Magic Hammer and travel due East from the Tower of Hera. After crossing the bridge and pounding down the pegs on the other side, Link will be able to explore a previously inaccessible portion of the mountain. To the East lies a Magical Warp Tile that will transport him to the Turtle Rock are of the dark world. However, if he instead goes South, he will find a series of caves. All the caves at the base of this section of the mountain are obstructed by large stones which require the Titan's Mitt to lift, except for one. If Link enters that cave and bears left, then he will come across a cracked wall which if bombed will lead him to the Death Mountain Shop.

Wares and Pricing

Item Price
ALttP Bomb Sprite.png
Bombs (10)
ALttP Green Rupee Sprite.png 50 Rupees
ALttP Heart Sprite.png
Heart
ALttP Green Rupee Sprite.png 10 Rupees
ALttP Medicine of Life Sprite.png
Medicine of Life
ALttP Green Rupee Sprite.png 150 Rupees

Nomenclature

TMC Forest Minish Artwork.png Names in Other Regions TMC Jabber Nut Sprite.png
Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese 雑貨屋 (Zakka-ya) General Store