Features and Overview
Breath of the Wild
Cephla Lake is a large body of water in the southeastern portion of Eldin Canyon, located along its border from Akkala. Cephla Lake sits at the bottom of a tall range of cliffs. Unlike many other bodies of water in Eldin, which are heated by the region's volcanic activity, Cephla Lake's water is kept at a cool temperature.
Cephla Lake is largely featureless, having no islands or any other distinguishing landmarks with the exception of a monster camp in the Lake's south. This camp is watched over by Lizalfos, both guarding an unprotected Treasure Chest housing a Drillshaft.
Tears of the Kingdom
Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity
At the start of the "Relentless as a Waterfall" Scenario, Mipha and Sidon come upon a fork in the road while piloting Divine Beast Vah Rudania to Akkala Citadel. The eastern path takes them through Cephla Lake, which is a longer journey with the advantage of abundant Water. Both pathways lead Vah Ruta to Akkala Citadel.
As part of the "Defending Cephla Lake" Challenge, Sidon notices a horde of Monsters while piloting Divine Beast Vah Ruta. Fearing for the safety of Akkala Citadel, he takes it upon himself to fight off the Monsters using Vah Ruta.
Cephla Lake derives its name from cephalopod.
|Names in Other Regions|
|密茲達湖 (Mìzīdá hú)|
|密兹达湖 (Mìzīdá hú)|
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- "Cephla Lake" — Map (Breath of the Wild)
- "Cephla Lake Cave" — Map (Tears of the Kingdom)
- "Defending Cephla Lake" — Map (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
- "Ah, the road forks here." — Mipha (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
- "The eastern path takes longer but has plenty of water, which would give us the advantage..." — Sidon (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
- "While aboard Vah Ruta, Sidon discovers a horde of monsters. The monsters cannot be allowed to pass and threaten Akkala Citadel, so it falls to Sidon to control Vah Ruta and engage them." — Map (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)