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Levels in Four Swords Adventures

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Not to be confused with Stages in Four Swords Adventures.
Whereabouts of the Wind, the first Level

In Four Swords Adventures, Levels refers to chapters consisting of regional portions of Hyrule, which the Links travel to on their quest to save the Shrine Maidens and defeat Vaati. Each Level contains three Stages, which must be completed in order to progress through the Level. Upon the competion of the third Stage in a Level, a new Level and region of Hyrule is unlocked. There are a total of eight Levels in the game.

Levels

Whereabouts of the Wind

Whereabouts of the Wind is the first Level in Four Swords Adventures, known for introducing the techniques used to control the four Links. It consists of Hyrule's central region, closest to Hyrule Castle. It contains the following Stages:

Eastern Hyrule

Main article: Eastern Hyrule

Eastern Hyrule is the second Level in Four Swords Adventures. It consists of the southeast region of Hyrule. It contains the following Stages:

Death Mountain

Death Mountain is the third Level in Four Swords Adventures. It consists of the mountainous northern region of Hyrule's Death Mountain. It contains the following Stages:

Near the Fields

Near the Fields is the fourth Level in Four Swords Adventures. It consists of the southern plains of Hyrule south of Hyrule Castle, where Hyrule Field is located. It contains the following Stages:

The Dark World

The Dark World is the fifth Level in Four Swords Adventures. It consists of the northwest region of Hyrule, which has been covered by a cloud of darkness and subsequently corrupted into a twisted place known as the Dark World.[1] It contains the following Stages:

Desert of Doubt

Desert of Doubt is the sixth Level in Four Swords Adventures. It consists of the southwest desert corner of Hyrule, where the Gerudo and Zuna people live. It contains the following Stages:

Frozen Hyrule

Frozen Hyrule is the seventh Level in Four Swords Adventures. It consists of the southern region of Hyrule close to the fields, which has become frozen and densely covered in snow as a result of the power of darkness halting the flow of time and causing winter to linger there.[2] It contains the following Stages:

Realm of the Heavens

Realm of the Heavens is the eighth and final Level in Four Swords Adventures. It takes place in the sky and clouds above Hyrule, where a floating fortress known as the Palace of Winds is located. The Links ultimately fight Vaati here, and later Ganon. It contains the following Stages:

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References

  1. "My forest has lost its light. Darkness covers it like a shroud. Link, will you go to the forest? Perhaps you will find some clues there. In the heart of the forest is a temple. The Dark Mirror can be found there." — White Maiden (Four Swords Adventures)
  2. "The power of darkness has halted the flow of time here, and winter lingers on." — Maiden (Four Swords Adventures)
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Breath of the Wild


Divine Beasts

Divine Beast Vah Ruta  · Divine Beast Vah Rudania  · Divine Beast Vah Medoh  · Divine Beast Vah Naboris  · Final Trial [EX 2]

Other Dungeons

Trial of the Sword [EX 1] · Hyrule Castle

Ancient Shrines

Akh Va'quot · Bosh Kala · Chaas Qeta · Daag Chokah · Dagah Keek · Dah Kaso · Dah Hesho · Daka Tuss · Dako Tah · Daqa Koh ·
Daqo Chisay · Dila Maag · Dow Na'eh  · Dunba Taag · Gee Ha'rah · Gorae Torr · Ha Dahamar · Hawa Koth · Hia Miu · Hila Rao · Ishto Soh ·
Ja Baij · Jee Noh · Jitan Sa'mi · Joloo Nah · Ka'o Makagh · Kaam Ya'tak · Kah Mael Shrine · Kah Okeo Shrine · Kah Yah Shrine · Kam Urog Shrine · Katah Chuki · Katosa Aug  · Kay Noh · Kaya Wan · Kayra Mah · Ke'nai Shakah · Keeha Yoog · Keh Namut · Kema Kosassa ·
Kema Zoos · Keo Ruug · Ketoh Wawai · Korgu Chideh · Korsh O'hu · Kuh Takkar · Kuhn Sidajj · Lakna Rokee · Lanno Kooh · Maag Halan · Maag No'rah · Maka Rah · Mezza Lo · Mijah Rokee · Mirro Shaz · Misae Suma · Mo'a Keet · Mogg Latan · Monya Toma · Mozo Shenno ·
Muwo Jeem · Myahm Agana · Namika Ozz · Ne'ez Yohma · Noya Neha · Oman Au · Owa Daim · Pumaag Nitae · Qua Raym · Qaza Tokki · Qukah Nata · Raqa Zunzo · Ree Dahee · Rin Oyaa · Ritaag Zumo · Rok Uwog · Rona Kachta · Rota Ooh · Rucco Maag · Saas Ko'sah ·
Sah Dahaj · Sasa Kai · Sha Gehma · Sha Warvo · Shada Naw · Shae Katha · Shae Loya · Shae Mo'sah · Shai Utoh · Shai Yota · Shee Vaneer · Shee Venath · Sheem Dagoze · Sheh Rata · Sho Dantu · Shoda Sah · Shoqa Tatone · Shora Hah · Soh Kofi · Suma Sahma · Ta'loh Naeg ·
Tah Muhl · Tahno O'ah · Tawa Jinn · Tena Ko'sah · Tho Kayu · To Quomo · Toh Yahsa · Toto Sah · Tu Ka'loh · Tutsuwa Nima · Voo Lota ·
Wahgo Katta · Ya Naga · Yah Rin · Zalta Wa · Ze Kahso · Zuna Kai

Ancient Shrines [EX 2]

Etsu Korima · Kamia Omuna · Kee Dafunia · Keive Tala · Kiah Toza · Kihiro Moh · Mah Eliya · Noe Rajee · Rinu Honika · Rohta Chigah · Ruvo Korbah · Sato Koda · Sharo Lun · Shira Gomar · Takama Shiri · Yowaka Ita