Agaat Canyon Mine

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The Agaat Canyon Mine is a location in Tears of the Kingdom.[1]

Features and Overview

The Agaat Canyon Mine is located on the far western end of the Gerudo Highlands Depths. It corresponds to Mount Agaat, which can be found directly above it on the Surface.

Enemies

Monster Outpost southwest of the Mine proper

Materials

Equipment

Zonai Devices

Treasure Chests

Treasure Chest
Contents
Coordinates
-4727, -0602, -1102
Notes

At the center of the Mine

Treasure Chest
Contents
Coordinates
-4892, -0879, -1083
Notes

Atop the Monster Outpost southwest of the Mine proper

Treasure ChestContentsCoordinatesNotes
-4727, -0602, -1102

At the center of the Mine

-4892, -0879, -1083

Atop the Monster Outpost southwest of the Mine proper

Spectral Figures

Each Intact Weapon outside of the Traveler's Gear will only appear once their decayed counterpart has been obtained and then broken at least once. Refer to Spectral Figure for more information.
Intact Weapon
Description

This throwing weapon was originally used by the forest-dwelling Koroks. Its unique shape allows it to return after being thrown.

Intact Weapon
Description

Knights of Hyrule Castle once carried this sword. It can yield powerful attacks when you're down to your last heart.

Intact Weapon
Description

The Hyrulean royal family would award this sword to knights who achieved remarkable feats. It increases the power of flurry rush during a perfect dodge.

Intact Weapon
Description

A weapon made by the Sheikah using ancient technology. Its low durability is a downside, but it yields massive destructive power just before it breaks.

Intact Weapon
Description

A sword brandished by soldiers who once protected Hyrule Castle. Its blade is well tuned for slaying monsters as it enables quicker charged attacks.

One-Handed Weapons
Intact WeaponDescription

This throwing weapon was originally used by the forest-dwelling Koroks. Its unique shape allows it to return after being thrown.

Knights of Hyrule Castle once carried this sword. It can yield powerful attacks when you're down to your last heart.

The Hyrulean royal family would award this sword to knights who achieved remarkable feats. It increases the power of flurry rush during a perfect dodge.

A weapon made by the Sheikah using ancient technology. Its low durability is a downside, but it yields massive destructive power just before it breaks.

A sword brandished by soldiers who once protected Hyrule Castle. Its blade is well tuned for slaying monsters as it enables quicker charged attacks.

Nomenclature

The Agaat Canyon Mine is named after Mount Agaat, which has its name derived from agate.

Names in Other Regions
LanguageNames
Japan
Japanese
アゲートたに谷のさいくつば採掘場
The Republic of ChinaThe Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of ChinaThe Macao Special Administrative Region of China
ChineseTR
阿蓋特谷採礦場 (Āgàitè gǔcǎi kuàngchǎng)
The People's Republic of China
ChineseSI
阿盖特谷采矿场 (Āgàitè gǔcǎi kuàngchǎng)
Canada
FrenchCA
Mine de la vallée Atega
The French Republic
FrenchEU
Mine de la vallée Atega
The Federal Republic of Germany
German
Mine im Agaat-Tal
The Italian Republic
Italian
Miniera della valle Agate
The Republic of Korea
Korean
아게트 계곡의 채굴장
The Kingdom of Spain
SpanishEU
Mina del valle Agatt
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See Also

References

  1. "Agaat Canyon Mine" — Map (Tears of the Kingdom)