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Lake Kolomo

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

Features and Overview

Lake Kolomo is a body of water located northeast of the Great Plateau in Hyrule Field. Lake Kolomo surrounds the Kolomo Garrison Ruins on three sides and features a small island in its center, where a Stone Talus (Luminous) resides.

Prior to the Great Calamity, Zelda and Link walked along the Lake’s shoreline while making preparations to head to Goron City to work on Divine Beast Vah Rudania to make it easier for Daruk to pilot it.[2][3] Consequently, Lake Kolomo is the site of the Recovered Memory, "Resolve and Grief", which Link can recall by visiting the Lake after talking to Impa and receiving the "Captured Memories" Main Quest.

A monster encampment is situated on the southeastern shore of the Lake. A total of five Bomb Barrels are around the camp. At the center of the camp is a Campfire, where a few Roasted Bass have been cooked. Three metal crates are in the camp as well and can be broken to receive Rupees, Arrows, Roasted Bass, and Blackened Crab. A short distance south of the main camp is a Cooking Pot, along with a wooden crate that holds Acorns, Apples, and more Arrows.

A metallic Treasure Chest containing an Amber can be found in the northwest corner of the Lake. A wooden Treasure Chest holding an Opal is guarded by the Bokoblins in their camp.

A Korok can be found by leaping off the northern cliff of the Kolomo Garrison Ruins and into the center of a ring of Lily Pads.

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Nomenclature

Lake Kolomo derives its name from Lokomo.

TMC Forest Minish Artwork.png Names in Other Regions TMC Jabber Nut Sprite.png
Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese コモロ池 (Komoro Ike) Komoro Pond
Komoro is a corruption of ロコモ (Rokomo).

See Also

References

  1. "Lake Kolomo" — Map (Breath of the Wild)
  2. "From here, we'll make our way to Goron City. Then, we'll need some adjustments on that Divine Beast so Daruk can manage it as easily as possible. He's figured out how to get it to move... However, it's apparent that we still have much more to learn. But to think, that Divine Beast was actually built by people... That means we should be able to understand how it works and how to use it to our advantage. These Divine Beasts...so much we don't know... But if we want to turn back the Calamity Ganon, they're our best hope. Tell me the truth... How proficient are you right now, wielding that sword on your back? Legend says that an ancient voice resonates inside it. Can you hear it yet...hero?" — Zelda (Breath of the Wild)
  3. "Zelda and Link head to Goron City to make adjustments to the Divine Beast there. Zelda expresses her commitment to researching the ancient technology and still struggles with her own quiet anguish." — Memories (Breath of the Wild)