Eyeglass Lake is a region of North Horon in Oracle of Seasons. The region is named after a lake in the area, which features two parallel islands resembling a pair of eyeglasses. The first Portal to Subrosia can be found here, as well as the fifth dungeon, Unicorn's Cave, and the Square Jewel in a Linked Game.
Link first enters Eyeglass Lake when finding his way to Subrosia for the first time. Link follows Rosa from the Eastern Suburbs to a small, enclosed area of Eyeglass Lake to the northeast where the Portal is located. Later on, Link obtains the Roc's Feather from the Snake's Remains, which enables him to jump over some pitfalls and explore the area proper. The lake freezes over in winter, allowing the young hero to reach the opposite shore. Here, there is a second, smaller lake right next to the first one. In the northeastern corner is the entrance to Unicorn Cave, which is barred by three Rock Mushrooms. After fully restoring power to the Rod of Seasons, Link can use the nearby Tree Stump to change the season to autumn and pick up the ripened mushrooms. There is a patch of soil north of the stump.
The westernmost island on the lake is connected to North Horon by a bridge. On this island surrounded by pitfalls there is a Treasure Chest containing a Gasha Seed. Once Link obtains the Zora's Flippers, he can swim to the other island, which is guarded by a Piranha. There is a second portal to Subrosia on this island; it allows him to reach a new area of Subrosia and obtain the Power of Autumn for the Rod of Seasons, which is needed to enter Unicorn's Cave.
The lake dries up in summer, revealing the entrance to two caves on the lakebed (one in each lake). The cave in the larger lake must be blasted open with a Bomb. It contains a Treasure Chest with 100 Rupees inside. In a Linked Game, the Square Jewel appears instead. The other cave in the smaller lake is hidden under a rock. It holds another Treasure Chest which contains a Piece of Heart.
- The twin islands of Eyeglass Lake may be a reference to Spectacle Rock, given its Japanese name, メガネ池 (Spectacle Pond).
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|Japanese||メガネ池 (Megane-chi)||Spectacle Pond|
- "The power of the Rod of Seasons is almost fully realized. All that remains is the ability to call the forces of autumn. You'll gain that ability during another trip to Subrosia. With that power, you'll be able to [...] move blocking mushrooms out of the way and reach the fifth dungeon." (The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons and Ages Official Nintendo Player's Guide (Nintendo Power), pg. )
- ". . .swim to the middle of the lake, [where] a warp to Subrosia sits on the right "eye" [...] After you enter that warp, you'll land in northeastern Subrosia, just north of Lava Lake. When you go there, you'll find what you need to enter the Tower of Autumn." (The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons and Ages Official Nintendo Player's Guide (Nintendo Power), pg. 36)
- "For most of the year, a cave entrance on the north end of Eyeglass Lake is covered by water. If you change the season to summer, though, the lake will dry up and expose a weak wall. Drop down to the lake bed and bomb the wall." (The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons and Ages Official Nintendo Player's Guide (Nintendo Power), pg. 37)
- "Blast open the cave [...] during the sumer. You'll find a jewel that is worth 100 Rupees." (The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons and Ages Official Nintendo Player's Guide (Nintendo Power), pg. )
- "If you're playing the game as a sequel to Oracle of Ages, change the season to summer near Eyeglass Lake and look for a cave that is usually obscured by water. Blast into that cave to find the [Square Jewel]." (The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons and Ages Official Nintendo Player's Guide (Nintendo Power), pg. 40)
- "A large pool of water in F6 will dry up after you change the season to summer, exposing a dry, rock-strewn basin. Equip the Power Bracelet then pull the smooth stone from the ground to open a stairway. Go downstairs to find a Piece of Heart." (The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons and Ages Official Nintendo Player's Guide (Nintendo Power), pg. 117)
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