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Lake of Ill Omen

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Lake of Ill Omen
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The Lake of Ill Omen is a location in A Link to the Past.

Features and Overview

The lake is located in the north east region of the Dark World, exactly where the Zora's Lake is in the Light World.

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The lake features a ring of stones where the Catfish resides. Near the ring, a sign reads: "Curses to anyone who throws something into my circle of stones." If Link ignores the sign and throws something into the ring of stones, the Catfish appears and gives him the Quake Medallion.[1] Throwing another item into the ring of stones results in a fireball or a Bomb being thrown at Link.

Nomenclature

TMC Forest Minish Artwork.png Names in Other Regions TMC Jabber Nut Sprite.png
Language Name Meaning
Italian Republic Italian Lago del Cattivo Auspicio Lake of Ill Omen

References

  1. "Was it you who disturbed my peaceful nap? I will give this to you if you go away!" — Catfish (A Link to the Past)
Locations in A Link to the Past
Locations in the Light World Locations in the Dark World
Waterfall of WishingEastern PalaceGraveyardLost WoodsKakariko VillageDesert PalaceDesert of MysteryHyrule CastleGreat SwampTower of HeraPond of HappinessLake HyliaLink's HouseZora's WaterfallHaunted GroveSanctuaryWitch's HutDeath MountainHyrule Light World map.png

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Skull WoodsSkeleton ForestGhostly GardenThieves' TownVillage of OutcastsMisery MireSwamp of EvilSwamp PalaceGanon's TowerPalace of DarknessPyramid of PowerIce PalaceIce LakeLake of Ill OmenBomb ShopTurtle RockDark World Map.png

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