Three-Eye Rock is a landmark in the southern part of Eastern Hyrule in The Adventure of Link. The three rocks form a triangle with each other and a rhombus with the Three-Eye Rock Palace.
The landmark is most famous for its role in unlocking the Three-Eye Rock Palace. To reveal the palace, Link must play the Flute at the point where the line between the two southern rocks meets the perpendicular line from the northern rock. The palace appears a short distance south of its namesake.
- The Three-Eye Rock appears to be the inspiration for the Three-Eye Reef and other such Eye Reefs in The Wind Waker.
- Three-Eye Rock also appears to be a reference to the Triforce.
- The gateway to the Dark World on Death Mountain in A Link to the Past also contains three rocks in a triangle pattern.
|Names in Other Regions|
|Japanese||ミツメイワ (Mitsumeiwa)||Three Eye Rock|
- "CALL FOR HELP AT THE THREE EYE ROCKS." — Man in Hidden Town of Kasuto (The Adventure of Link)
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