Ancient Ruins (Location)

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This article is about the location. For the Dungeon, see Ancient Ruins.

The Ancient Ruins are a location in Link's Awakening.[1]

Features and Overview

The Ancient Ruins are an area containing the Ancient Ruins Dungeon. They feature Sandy terrain, with the Sand covering a decorated stone path on the ground. Cracked stone walls and broken columns make navigating the area complicated as the path cannot be followed. Many Armos statues are situated among the Ruins, though approaching some of the statues reveal them to in fact be living enemies.

The region can only be accessed from the Shrine Waterfall region to the north-east. To the south of the region is Animal Village and the Yarna Desert, but they are blocked off by cliffs and cannot be accessed from the Ancient Ruins.

A set of Stairs leading underground can be found by moving one of the Armos statues. A Secret Seashell can be found here, which is replaced with 20 Rupees if the Koholint Sword has already been obtained.



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