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Dracozu Lake

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Dracozu Lake
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Dracozu Lake is a location in Breath of the Wild.[1]

Features and Overview

Dracozu Lake is located in the Faron Grasslands. It is the northernmost terminal of the Dracozu River, and it is overlooked by ancient ruins. The lake opens up into a small plaza where a massive stone structure in the form of a Dragon—evidently the centerpiece—rests only a short distance away. Inside of this structure is the Spring of Courage, complete with a Goddess Statue and an Ancient Shrine. The lake is surrounded by the Farosh Hills to the west, the Popla Foothills to the north, the Damel Forest to the south, and to the east by the rim of Tobio's Hollow. The plaza is heavily defended by many powerful enemies.

Within the Dragon structure, just before the Spring of Courage proper, one can find a Metal Chest containing a Gold Rupee.

There are a few Korok to be found here. One hides in a Block Puzzle arrangement above the right hand of the Dragon structure. The block needed to complete this puzzle can be found on a matching block arrangement present on the left hand—immediately across the plaza. Another can be found at a small shrine around a large boar head statue on the hill to the west. Here a stone boulder, found atop one of the four pillars found there, must be moved into the corner to match the arrangement of the other three corners, prompting the Korok to appear. The last can be located at the very top of the enormous tree, which grows up and out from the aforementioned Dragon structure in the central plaza.


Minor Enemies



Dracozu Lake's name is derived from draco, the Latin word for "dragon".

TMC Forest Minish Artwork.png Names in Other Regions TMC Jabber Nut Sprite.png
Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese カズリュー湖 (Kazuryū Ko) Kazuryū Lake
Kazuryū incorporates 竜 (Ryū). Kazu may derive from 数々 (Kazu Kazu), owing to the number of Dragon statues found here.

See Also


  1. "Dracozu Lake" — Map (Breath of the Wild)