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Nabi Lake

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Nabi Lake
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Nabi Lake is a location in Breath of the Wild.

Features and Overview

Nabi Lake is a lake in West Necluda that breaks from the Hylia River after it is split by the Floria Sandbar. Nabi Lake is flanked by South Nabi Lake and West Nabi Lake, which both sit nearby. Along Nabi Lake's western lakefront is an unoccupied Platform, which serves little purpose. A large Monster encampment sits at the southern bank of Nabi Lake. Throughout the encampment, Link can find Barrels and crates which contain Food, Apples, Acorns, Arrows, and Rupees. Near the center of the camp, Link can find a Campfire surrounded by Roasted Bass impaled on Boko Spears. Two Bomb Barrels can be found beside this Campfire.

Link can find a stone Treasure Chest, which contains an Amber, atop an islet among the archipelago in the Lake's northern waters. A metal Treasure Chest containing an Opal can be found embedded in the ground along the west bank of Nabi Lake. In order to retrieve it, Link must use the Magnesis Rune. A metal Treasure Chest containing a Silver Rupee can be found submerged near the islet in the southern portion of Nabi Lake. Two more metallic Treasure Chests can be found on the north side of the enemy hideout along the southern bank.

The small island at the south of the Lake also hides a Korok under a Rock.

Creatures

Minor Enemies

Nomenclature

Nabi Lake is named for Navi, Link's Fairy companion from Ocarina of Time.[1]

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Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese ナビ湖 (Nabi Ko) Same as English.
ナビ (Nabi) is a contraction of ナビィ (Nabī), Navi's Japanese name.

See Also

References

  1. "Nabi Lake Nabi is the Japanese spelling of Navi, the fairy who accompanies Link during his adventure in Ocarina of Time" (The Complete Official Guide to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild (Piggyback), pg. 351)