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Hyrule Castle Town Ruins

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Hyrule Castle Town Ruins
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The Hyrule Castle Town Ruins are a location in Breath of the Wild.[1]

Features and Overview

The Hyrule Castle Town Ruins are located due south of Hyrule Castle in Hyrule Field. Before the second Great Calamity, Hyrule Castle Town was Hyrule's largest city, serving as a shopping hub and travel destination.[2] The Central Square is located within the center of these Ruins. Like many of the surrounding areas, the Hyrule Castle Town Ruins are filled with destroyed buildings and desolate terrain that is covered in Malice. There is little vegetation to be found except for Grass. A Cooking Pot can be found in one of the Ruined Houses to the northwest.

A stone Treasure Chest containing a Purple Rupee can be found in the Ruined House to the southeast. A second stone Treasure Chest containing a Luminous Stone can be found in the Ruined House to the south. A third stone Treasure Chest containing a Purple Rupee can be found inside the tower that is surrounded by Malice in the road in the southwest. A fourth stone Chest containing a Sapphire can be found in a Ruined House in the west. A fifth stone Treasure Chest containing a Purple Rupee can be found in a Ruined House north of the previous Chest.

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Nomenclature

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Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese ハイラル城下町跡 (Hairaru Jōkamachi Ato) Same as English.

See Also

References

  1. "Hyrule Castle Town Ruins" — Map (Breath of the Wild)
  2. Breath of the Wild – Creating a Champion (Dark Horse Books), pg. 232