Digdogg Suspension Bridge

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The Digdogg Suspension Bridge,(BotW | TotK | HWAoC)[1][2][3] also known as Digdogg Bridge,(TotK)[4] is a recurring location in The Legend of Zelda series.

Features and Overview

Breath of the Wild

The Digdogg Suspension Bridge is a bridge spanning the Regencia River, connecting Hyrule Field with the Gerudo Canyon Pass in the Gerudo Highlands. It is situated at the southwestern end of the Three-Way Intersection. Beneath the Bridge, Link can find the Dah Kaso Shrine and a Raft.

A Traveler can occasionally be seen walking along the Digdogg Suspension Bridge. If spoken to, they will reveal themselves as a Yiga Footsoldier and attack Link. Additionally, a Blue Hinox sleeps at the center of the Digdogg Suspension Bridge.[5] It wears a single wooden brace around one of its ankles, but this can be burned away with Fire. In Master Mode, it is replaced with a Black Hinox.

In Master Mode, four wooden platforms held aloft by Sky Octoroks appear along the sides of the Bridge: three at the northern end and one the Bridge's southern end. Atop two of the northern platforms, Link can find metal Treasure Chests both containing Diamonds. On the southern platform, Link can find a third metal Treasure Chest containing a Gerudo Shield.

One Korok Seed Puzzle is located at the Digdogg Suspension Bridge. A Circle of Lily Pads can be found in the Water along the southwestern side of the Bridge's central pillar. If Link jumps into the Circle, he will uncover a Korok, who will give him a Korok Seed as a reward.[6]

Areas

Creatures

Enemies

Normal Mode
Master Mode
Sub-Bosses
Normal Mode
Master Mode

Tears of the Kingdom



A Device Dispenser that produces Zonai Capsules sits on top of a large piece of Fallen Debris on the south side of the Water.

Areas

Device Dispenser
Capsule
Description

A Zonai device that can be fixed in place in the ground or on a wall. They've been used as footholds and building foundations because of their immovability when planted.

Capsule
Description

A powered Zonai device that wants to move! It's a big, mean wheel that excels at tearing through environments that might challenge smaller wheels. It can handle shallow water.

Capsule
Description

A Zonai device that contracts and then expands with enough power to bounce objects away from it.

Capsule
Description

A Zonai device for cooking food almost anytime, anywhere. It lasts for cooking one recipe only. The device is easier to use on flat surfaces.

Capsule
Description

A Zonai device that holds concentrated Zonai-charge energy. Use it to provide temporary power for other Zonai devices.

CapsuleDescription

A Zonai device that can be fixed in place in the ground or on a wall. They've been used as footholds and building foundations because of their immovability when planted.

A powered Zonai device that wants to move! It's a big, mean wheel that excels at tearing through environments that might challenge smaller wheels. It can handle shallow water.

A Zonai device that contracts and then expands with enough power to bounce objects away from it.

A Zonai device for cooking food almost anytime, anywhere. It lasts for cooking one recipe only. The device is easier to use on flat surfaces.

A Zonai device that holds concentrated Zonai-charge energy. Use it to provide temporary power for other Zonai devices.

Materials

Other Appearances

Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity

As part of "The Lazy Guards" Quest, Merchants are scared of crossing the Digdogg Suspension Bridge due to its guards slacking.[3] Once the Warriors provide the guards with gifts, they become motivated to do their jobs, and the Merchants will feel safe to cross the Bridge.[7]

Nomenclature

The Digdogg Suspension Bridge is named after Digdogger, a recurring Boss in The Legend of Zelda series.

Names in Other Regions
LanguageNames
Japan
Japanese
デグドのつ吊りばし橋
The Republic of ChinaThe Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of ChinaThe Macao Special Administrative Region of China
ChineseTR
德谷多吊橋 (Dégǔduō diàoqiáo)
The People's Republic of China
ChineseSI
德谷多吊桥 (Dégǔduō diàoqiáo)
Canada
FrenchCA
Pont suspendu de Digdo
The French Republic
FrenchEU
Pont suspendu de Digdo
The Federal Republic of Germany
German
Digdok-Hängebrücke
The Italian Republic
Italian
Ponte sospeso Digdogg
The Republic of Korea
Korean
디그독 나무 다리
The Kingdom of Spain
SpanishEU
Puente colgante de Digdo
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Gallery

See Also

References

  1. "Digdogg Suspension Bridge" — Map (Breath of the Wild)
  2. "Digdogg Suspension Bridge" — Map (Tears of the Kingdom)
  3. "One last thing! Have you already seen the Zonai ruins at Digdogg Bridge? You can get there by heading west down this road to a three-way intersection, then turning south. I've heard that the Zonai ruins that showed up there are the biggest in the world. Well, I thought it sounded interesting. If you haven't seen 'em yet, you should take a look." — Embry (Tears of the Kingdom)
  4. "Digdogg Suspension Bridge
    Hinox
    " — Game Screen (Breath of the Wild)
  5. "Yahaha! You found me!" — Korok (Breath of the Wild)
  6. "Your gifts put some pep back in the guards' steps, so they're keeping the Digdogg Suspension Bridge safe. The merchants are no longer refusing to travel across it—great news!" — Gallery (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)