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Deya Village Ruins

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Deya Village Ruins
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The Deya Village Ruins are a location in Breath of the Wild.[1]

Features and Overview

The Deya Village Ruins are the half-sunken remains of a village that once existed in West Necluda. They are found in the northern portion of Deya Lake at the southern base of the Hills of Baumer. The Deya Village Ruins are set mostly on marshland, with little harvestable vegetation remaining. A Monster Encampment can be found among the Ruined Houses along the hill to the south. Barrels containing a Chuchu can be found inside a Ruined House.

A Stone Talus rests in the northern section of the Deya Village Ruins. In The Champions' Ballad DLC Pack, Misko's EX Journal 2 can be found under a collapsed roof in one of the easternmost Ruined Houses. The Journal contains the locations for six priceless relics stolen from Hyrule Castle by Misko.[2] The six priceless relics are linked to four Side Quests: "EX Treasure: Merchant Hood", "EX Treasure: Garb of Winds", "EX Treasure: Usurper King", and "EX Treasure: Dark Armor". When set as Link's destination, all four Quests will mark the Journal's location in the Deya Village Ruins on the Sheikah Slate's Map until Link reads the page of the Journal relevant to that Quest.

Several broken Wagons litter the Deya Village Ruins, which can be searched for Materials. A stone slab can be found in the northeastern portion of the Deya Village Ruins, which can either be held with the Stasis Rune and struck, or moved with the Cryonis Rune from underneath. Beneath the slab is a stone Treasure Chest containing an Opal. A metallic Treasure Chest containing an Eightfold Blade can be found embedded in a well south of this slab. In order to open it, Link must use the Magnesis Rune to pull it from the ground. Southeast of this well is a second stone slab, which covers a stone Treasure Chest containing a Purple Rupee, valued at 50 Rupees. A fourth stone Treasure Chest is located beneath a pile of Boulders in a dilapidated house. It contains a bundle of 10 Arrows. A metallic Treasure Chest buried underground sits in the Ruined House on the largest island, and contains a Phrenic Bow. North of this is another ruined house, which hides a stone Treasure Chest containing another Purple Rupee behind two Boulders. Another metallic Treasure Chest containing an Opal can be found buried in an old well behind a Ruined House in the Monster Encampment on the southern hill overlooking the Lake.

A Korok can be found underneath a Rock inside a hollow Tree trunk on the southwestern portion of the Deya Village Ruins. A second Korok can be found by moving a metal ball attached to a chain into a nearby well north of the first Korok.

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Materials

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Nomenclature

The name for Deya Village Ruins is derived from Deya Lake's name, specifically its name in the Japanese version. In Japanese, Deya Lake's name is アデヤ湖 (Adeya Ko), which is a pun on the Japanese name for the blueface angelfish, アデヤッコ (Adeyakko).

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Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese アデヤ村跡 (Adeya Mura Ato) Adeya Village Ruins

See Also

References

  1. "Deya Village Ruins" — Map (Breath of the Wild)
  2. "I hid the six priceless relics I stole from Hyrule Castle in treasure chests... I shall write down their locations. -Misko" — Misko's EX Journal 2 (Breath of the Wild)