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Ahitaru is a location in The Wand of Gamelon.[1]

Features and Overview

Ahitaru is a large desert and coast in the northeast of Gamelon that is unlocked after Kobitan is completed. It begins as a dry and vast desert with large rock formations, eventually opening to a coast where the sea can be seen in the horizon. At the very end of the coast is the area's most notable landmark: a massive fish carcass.

In the first section, large swarms of Boons infest the area. At the end is a small cave where Gohmas live, which links to the rocky shore where a large hole known as the Gohma Pit is located. The Water Lady, encountered on the other side of the Gohma Pit, congratulates Princess Zelda on fighting the Gohmas and gives her a jar of Water of Life, healing her. She also mentions that Yokan, a fisherman, is trapped in the head of the fish carcass. Princess Zelda leaves to investigate by destroying the boulder covering the eye socket, either by using ten Bombs or the Power Glove. Yokan thanks her for saving him, and leaves for the town of Sakado, dropping a Small Key to the town's smithy as he leaves. A Triforce Map appears inside the skeleton, and upon completion, Shutoy Lake is unlocked.

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  1. "Ahitaru" — Map (The Wand of Gamelon)