Dueling Peaks Stable

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The Dueling Peaks Stable is a recurring location in The Legend of Zelda series.[1][2]

Features and Overview

Breath of the Wild

The Dueling Peaks Stable is a Stable located in West Necluda, situated beside the road running north from the Big Twin Bridge, east of the Dueling Peaks themselves. The Ha Dahamar Shrine is in a shallow pool of Water between the Stable and the Dueling Peaks, providing a convenient Travel Gate to the Stable when activated. Link can find Wooden Boxes surrounding the Stable that contain Apples and Arrows. A Cooking Pot can be found outside of the Stable. The Dueling Peaks Stable's uniqueness comes from the fact that most of its inhabitants are twins, including the workers.[3]

The Dueling Peaks Stable is run by Tasseren, who mans both its Horse-boarding services and Inn.[4][5] Tasseren's brother, Rensa, offers directions to points of interest in the area, such as Kakariko Village and Hateno Village.[6][7] His children Shibo and Darton can be found in front of the stabled Horses during the day, and will give Link tips about catching and training Horses.[8] Hino, Sagessa, Domidak, and Prissen are all permanent residents of the Stable. Hino can be found near the Stable's entrance, studying the mystery of the Blood Moon.[9] Sagessa can be seen sitting next to the Cooking Pot, talking about Elixirs.[10] She will also stand across from Ha Dahamar Shrine, remarking on the Ancient Shrine's new glowing feature.[11]

As with all other Stables, Beedle at Dueling Peaks Stable as well. The Hylian travelers Agus, Brokka, Bugut, Joute, Toma, and Mezer all stop at the Stable during their travels.

When staying at Dueling Peaks Stable, Link can choose to rest in either a regular Bed for 20 Rupees or a soft Bed for 40 Rupees.[12] Tasseren explains that the soft Bed leaves its users feeling more energized when they wake up.[13] If Link decides to stay at the Stable, Tasseren offers to wake him up in the morning, at noon, or in the evening.[14] Once Link makes his choice, Tasseren will send him off to sleep.[15][16] When Link wakes up, Tasseren will greet him.[17][18][19] By sleeping in the soft Bed}, Link will receive a bonus Heart when he wakes up.

Link can receive the "Misko, the Great Bandit" Side Quest by talking to Domidak while he converses with Prissen inside Dueling Peaks Stable. After Link overhears them discussing Misko's treasure,[20] Prissen accidentally reveals that they know how to find it.[21] When Link asks about the treasure, Domidak offers to sell him the information they have for 100 Rupees.[22] Once Link makes the payment, Domidak shares the riddle they have heard with him.[23]

As part of the "Wild Horses" Side Quest, Rensa challenges Link to a tame-off of Wild Horses in the area.[24] Link is tasked with taming a Horse and bringing it back to the Stable within two minutes.[25] If Link is able to do so, Rensa will give him a Purple Rupee as a reward.[26]

By befriending the Hylian Retriever behind the Dueling Peaks Stable, Link can be led to a metal Treasure Chest containing a Silver Rupee, which is embedded in the ground beneath the Tree to the northeast.[27] Link can use the Magnesis Rune to pull the Chest from the ground.

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One Korok Seed Puzzle can be found at Dueling Peaks Stable. It takes the form of Leaves with Fairy Dust located on the nose of the Horse figure on top of the Stable. When Link interacts with the Leaves, a Korok will appear and give him a Korok Seed.




Tears of the Kingdom

Dueling Peaks Stable returns in Tears of the Kingdom. Beedle, Darton, and Shibo can all be seen outside of the Stable.



ZW Nomenclature Asset.png Names in Other Regions ZW Nomenclature Asset 2.png
The Republic of ChinaThe Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of ChinaThe Macao Special Administrative Region of China
雙子驛站 (Shuāngzi yìzhàn)
The People's Republic of China
双子驿站 (Shuāngzi yìzhàn)
Relais Mère et Fille
The French Republic
Relais des Géminés
The Federal Republic of Germany
Stall der Zwillingsberge
The Italian Republic
Stallaggio dei Gemelli
The Republic of Korea
쌍둥이 마구간
The Kingdom of Spain
Rancho de Picos Gemelos
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See Also


  1. "Dueling Peaks Stable" — Map (Breath of the Wild)
  2. "Dueling Peaks Stable" — Map (Tears of the Kingdom)
  3. "Oh... Uh... Have you noticed it's mostly twins here at this stable? It's kind of creeping me out." — Sagessa (Breath of the Wild)
  4. "Welcome! Welcome to our fine stable! Do you want to register a horse? Take one out to ride?" — Tasseren (Breath of the Wild)
  5. "Welcome! Will you be staying with us?" — Tasseren (Breath of the Wild)
  6. "[Kakariko Village?] Kakariko Village is the village where the Sheikah clan lives. It's said that, some time ago, they had advanced techniques that were more powerful than anything anyone had seen. But that power put them at odds with the king at the time, and they were scattered across the land... Anyway, if you leave here and follow the road straight to the north, you'll find a big bridge. Cross that and keep following the path, and you'll come to the Kakariko Village gate." — Rensa (Breath of the Wild)
  7. "[Hateno Village?] Hateno Village is a village on the edge of Hyrule. It was largely unaffected by the events of the Great Calamity, so the people there are pretty easygoing. I hear they even have a research center... But folks tend to avoid the weird scientist who lives there... Anyway, head north from here until you reach a fork in the road. Then go east and just follow the road. It's a little far if you walk it, but with a horse, you should get there in under a day!" — Rensa (Breath of the Wild)
  8. "Dad taught us a lot! If you wanna know about horses, just ask us!" — Darton (Breath of the Wild)
  9. "Whenever the clock strikes midnight on unlucky nights, the sky turns blood red. That's the blood moon." — Hino (Breath of the Wild)
  10. "If you're going to be traveling, you should know a thing or two about elixirs." — Sagessa (Breath of the Wild)
  11. "That shrine only recently started glowing, but it's been there for something like 10,000 years." — Sagessa (Breath of the Wild)
  12. "A regular bed will cost you 20 rupees. A soft bed is 40." — Tasseren (Breath of the Wild)
  13. "[What's the soft bed?] The soft bed is a special bed we're proud to offer here at the stable. It costs more than a regular bed, but you'll wake up more energized." — Tasseren (Breath of the Wild)
  14. "Sleep until..." — Tasseren (Breath of the Wild)
  15. "Sleep well!" — Tasseren (Breath of the Wild)
  16. "OK. Rest well!" — Tasseren (Breath of the Wild)
  17. "Good morning. I hope you enjoyed your stay!" — Tasseren (Breath of the Wild)
  18. "I hope you enjoyed your stay. Have a good day!" — Tasseren (Breath of the Wild)
  19. "I hope you enjoyed your stay. Have a good evening!" — Tasseren (Breath of the Wild)
  20. "I've got the scoop on Misko's treasure, and it's great! Listen up, Dak..." — Prissen (Breath of the Wild)
  21. "We're treasure hunters, on the trail of our latest score... The treasure of the great bandit Misko! It's as good as ours!" — Prissen (Breath of the Wild)
  22. "...That's a good point. We're after nothing less than the treasure of Misko, the Great Bandit! Finding it would mean incredible riches... I'm not about to give this information away for free. I'm no fool! It'll be 100 rupees to learn what we know." — Domidak (Breath of the Wild)
  23. "[Deal!] Heh. Good deal. The little twin steps over the little river. My cave rests above that river's source. Misko hid the location of the treasure in some kind of strange secret code. I heard this from a former dog walker of one of Misko's underling's descendant's neighbors. As solid a lead as any." — Domidak (Breath of the Wild)
  24. "Fine! You don't believe me? Let's go, pal! You and me. Right here. Right now. You want to challenge the second-place Hyrule Horse Taming Competition winner to a tame-off?! YOU GOT IT, MISTER!" — Rensa (Breath of the Wild)
  25. "[Uhh... OK.] That's the spirit! The only rule is that you must bring a wild horse back to this spot within the time limit! This area is chock full of wild horses. Any one of them will do! My record is two minutes flat, so you need to bring back a wild horse within that time." — Rensa (Breath of the Wild)
  26. "Amazing! But...I can't believe you beat my two-minute record so easily... I mean, I won second place in the Hyrule Horse-Taming Competition! To be fair, it was just my brother and I competing... Anyway, here's the purse for winning the second official Hyrule Horse-Taming Competition! You earned it." — Rensa (Breath of the Wild)
  27. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild—The Complete Official Guide, Piggyback Interactive Limited, pg. 349