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Forest of Fairies

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Forest of Fairies
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Main appearance(s)

The Forest of Fairies,[1] also known as the Fairy Woods,[2] is a location in The Wind Waker.

Features and Overview

The Forest of Fairies is situated at the top of Outset Island. According to legend, an ancient hero would come to these woods to heal after battle.[3] Link first visits the Forest of Fairies after Helmaroc King drops Tetra into the forest. After obtaining Bombs, the young hero can find a pink-colored Great Fairy called the Fortune Goddess,[4] in the Forest of Fairies who gives him a Wallet upgrade.

Nomenclature

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References

  1. "TWWHD Left Arrow Icon.png Watchtower
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    " — Sign (The Wind Waker HD)
  2. "In fact, I saw something really odd just a little while ago. Of course, this was back before the bridge was destroyed... It was up in the Fairy Woods, near the old dried-up fountain. I saw this tall girl who glowed like a fairy, which was odd enough, but then she vanished into that rock... Really! I saw it with my own eyes!" — Mesa (The Wind Waker)
  3. "This spot marks the remains of an ancient fairy fountain. The legendary hero was said to come here after battle so the fairies could ease his weariness." — Sign (The Wind Waker)
  4. "It was also said that whoever met with the Great Fairy who lived here was blessed with great fortune, so it came to be known as the Fountain of the Fortune Goddess." — Sign (The Wind Waker)