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Toto Lake

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

Features and Overview

Toto Lake is a small lake in the Lanayru Great Spring that feeds into South Lake Akkala via the waterfall at its northeastern end. Partially submerged ruins can be seen at the center of Toto Lake. The Zora Helm, which Link won in a battle with a Lynel atop Ploymus Mountain was placed in the ruins at Toto Lake by King Dorephan to honor Link's heroism.[2] Toto Lake is one of the locations that is affected by the constant Rain generated by Divine Beast Vah Ruta.

A metal Treasure Chest containing the Zora Helm can be found submerged in the water of the ruins. In Master Mode, a second metal Treasure Chest containing a Silver Shield can be found atop a platform suspended by Sky Octoroks at the end of the Lake just before the waterfall.

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Nomenclature

Toto Lake is named for Toto, the Zora manager for The Indigo-Go's from Majora's Mask.

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Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese トト湖 (Toto Ko) Same as English.

See Also

References

  1. "Toto Lake" — Map (Breath of the Wild)
  2. "History of the Zor-, Part S-ven
    The H-ro Who D-feat-d the L--l
    As T--d b- King Dorephan

    T--re was a time when the p--ple of the land were thre--ened by the dr--- beast Ly-e- who lived on Pl--mu- M--ntain.

    But one Hy---n drove th- beast back an- re--ored p--ce to the do--in.

    Th- Zora helm w-n in th-s fight i- no- north of --- in the r--ns near ---- L-ke.

    It re--s ther- to h--or the d--ds of the he-- L---.
    " — Monument (Breath of the Wild)