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Fire Realm

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Fire Realm
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The Fire Realm, as seen in Spirit Tracks.
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The Fire Realm is the northeastern quadrant of Hyrule and the fourth region to be explored by Link in Spirit Tracks.

Features and Overview

The Fire Realm consists of a number of mountains, lava lakes, volcanoes, and tunnels. It is home to the Gorons, who reside within Goron Village; the Fire Sanctuary; and the Fire Temple, which is located on top of the Mountain of Fire. Enemies encountered on this realm's Spirit Tracks include Dark Trains, Rocktites, and Snurglars guarding the Fire Temple. Many regions of the realm consist of Tektite-infested tunnels that traverse the various mountains of the realm. Recently, the Mountain of Fire has been violently erupting for unknown reasons, endangering the Gorons living within the realm and also causing the majority of the Fire Realm's Spirit Tracks to vanish. The source of the evil causing this disruption is a molten golem named Cragma, residing in the deepest depths of the tainted Fire Temple. After Link defeats the monster with his newly acquired Bow, the mountain returns to normal, and the realm's Spirit Tracks restore the last of the Tower of Spirit's lost power.

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Trivia

  • The Fire Realm is the only one of the four main Realms to have only six stations. All the others have seven. This is because Goron Village and the Fire Sanctuary are located at the same station. In all the other Realms, Sanctuaries have their own stations.
  • This is also the only Realm where the sky indicates the current time being afternoon (in the other Realms, the current time is morning or midday/noon).

Nomenclature

TMC Forest Minish Artwork.png Names in Other Regions TMC Jabber Nut Sprite.gif
Language Name Meaning
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland EnglishUK Fire Land
Canada FrenchCA Contrée du feu
Community of Latin American and Caribbean States SpanishLA Región del Fuego Region of Fire

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