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Lava Lake
Oracle of Seasons - Lava Lake.png
Main Appearance(s)
Gold-robed SubrosianTriforce piece.png
Related places

Lava Lake is a hostile region on the southeastern edge of Subrosia in Oracle of Seasons. A single Bomb Flower blooms out of season in this area,[1] presumably due to its exceptionally hot climate.


The lake's basin is filled with lava flowing from a volcano to the northeast, and from the Great Furnace to the north. Near the lake's only entrance, a path of higher ground leads across a bridge to the south edge of the lake. Further inwards, only narrow patches of land criss-cross the lava. Podoboo Towers inhabit the inner lake. These are the only above-ground enemies in all of Subrosia.

A right-angled escarpment juts out from the north side, forming a backwards "L" shape in the center of the lake. A dead end is thus formed in the crook of the rocky "L." In this dead end, against the western cliff face, a singular Bomb Flower blooms on a wider patch of land.

Quest Relevance

Link obtains the Bomb Flower at Lava Lake.

Link needs the Bomb Flower at Lava Lake in order to blast open the Tower of Autumn at the Temple of Seasons. The Bomb Flower can be seen (from overhead) immediately upon entering the lake, as the entrance is just on the other side of the cliff. In order to reach it, however, Link must go all the way around the escarpment. Using Roc's Feather, he traverses the lake by jumping from one patch of high ground to the next, until he reaches the wider patc where the Bomb Flower grows. He then pulls it up the with the Power Bracelet and brings it back to the Temple of Seasons. With the entrance to the Tower of Autumn cleared, the young hero is able to obtain the power of autumn for his Rod of Seasons, and thus access Unicorn's Cave.

In a Linked Game, Link can learn the Plen Secret at Lava Lake and obtain the Spin Ring for relaying it. Once Link obtains the power of autumn, a gold-robed Subrosian appears next to where the Bomb Flower grew.[2] While travelling to Labrynna, the Subrosian had received help from Mayor Plen. He wishes to thank the mayor, but is too embarrassed to do it himself. He asks Link to relay a secret to Plen.[3] Upon doing so, Mayor Plen rewards the hero with a Magic Ring,[4] which becomes the Spin Ring upon Vasu's appraisal.[5]


TMC Forest Minish Artwork.png Names in Other Regions TMC Jabber Nut Sprite.png
Language Name
Japan Japanese ヨーゴン池 (Yōgon Ike)
French Republic FrenchEU Lac de Lave
Federal Republic of Germany German Lavasee
Italian Republic Italian Lago di Lava
Kingdom of Spain SpanishEU Lago de Lava



  1. "I want to break this ore-filled rock, but it's too hard. A Bomb Flower could break it, but they aren't in bloom. Some guy down south says he saw one, though." — Subrosian Smelter (Oracle of Seasons)
  2. "When you go to Lava Lake after you have collected the power of autumn, you'll meet a Subrosian who will give you a password that you can take to Mayor Plen in Lynna City." (The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons and Ages Official Nintendo Player's Guide (Nintendo Power), pg. 127)
  3. "Mayor Plen in Labrynna's Lynna City has done so much for me! I want to thank him, but I'm too embarrassed to do it myself... Can you tell him this secret?" — Gold-robed Subrosian (Oracle of Seasons)
  4. "It's from the oddly dressed out-of-towner. Thank you for your kindness. Please accept this." — Mayor Plen (Oracle of Ages)
  5. "Talk to a Subrosian near Lava Lake in Oracle of Seasons to get a password. That password will prompt Mayor Plen to give you the Spin Ring." (The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons and Ages Official Nintendo Player's Guide (Nintendo Power), pg. 127)
Regions in Subrosia
Sword and Shield MazeTemple of SeasonsSubrosian SmithySubrosia MarketSubrosian Dance HallGreat FurnaceHouse of PiratesSubrosia CemeterySubrosia SeasideLava LakeSubrosian WildsTreasure GroveSubrosia VillageSubrosian VolcanoesSubrosianavmap.png

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