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Strock Lake

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Strock Lake
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Main Appearance(s)

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

Features and Overview

Strock Lake is located in the Tabantha Frontier, southeast from Rito Village and west from Tanagar Canyon. The lake starts in between Cuho Mountain and Nero Hill then stretches east towards Tanagar Canyon. The lake then loops up around a tall rock spire then eventually falls back down to complete the loop. At the start of the lake, a Raft can be found sitting on the shore which Link can use to traverse across the water.

A total of 7 Chests can be found in Strock Lake. The first chest is submerged in the lake southwest from the rock spire, a metallic Chest holding a Gold Rupee. West of the rock spire in the middle of the lake, a small section of the lake extends out into the land. at the end of this section, a metallic chest concealing a bundle of 5 Shock Arrows is found underwater. North of the rock spire, a metallic chest containing a Giant Boomerang is immersed in water. A stone chest containing a Feathered Spear can be found halfway up the rock spire next to a small tent on the southern side. Farther up the rock spire, a stone chest containing a Silver Rupee sits on a ledge. On the southern side of the rock spire, another stone chest can be spotted containing a bundle of 10 Bomb Arrows. On the northwestern side of the rock spire, a Bombable Wall can be found concealing a stone chest which contains a Topaz.

A Korok can be found behind the aforementioned Bombable Wall next to the stone chest. The Korok is hiding under a rock and appears when Link lifts it.

Minor Enemies

Materials

Nomenclature

Strock Lake derives its name from stork.

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Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese ハシビロ湖 (Hashibiro Ko) Hashibiro Lake
Hashibiro Ko is a pun on 嘴広鸛 (Hashibirokō).

References

  1. "Strock Lake" — Map (Breath of the Wild)