Floria River

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The Floria River is a recurring location in The Legend of Zelda series.[1][2]

Features and Overview

Breath of the Wild

The Floria River is located between the Faron Grasslands and West Necluda.[note 1] It flows east from Lake Floria, ending between the Zonai Ruins and Pagos Woods. Two bridges connect the Faron Highroad as it passes over the Floria River, one of which being the Sarjon Bridge. A single Raft can be found on the Floria River, east of Sarjon Bridge.

During the "EX Treasure: Dark Armor" Side Quest, which is exclusive to The Champions' Ballad DLC Pack, Link must read Misko's EX Journal 2 to learn the location of the Phantom Ganon Set.[5] The Journal describes one of the Armor pieces to be between two small Waterfalls in the Floria River.[6] Beneath the Sarjon Bridge, which is located between two Waterfalls, Link will find a metallic EX Treasure Chest containing the Phantom Ganon Armor.[7]

Several metal Treasure Chests are submerged within the Water of the Floria River, which can be retrieved using the Magnesis Rune. These Chests contain a total of one Gold Rupee, one Silver Rupee, one Purple Rupee, one Amber, one Opal, one Knight's Claymore, on Soldier's Broadsword, five Fire Arrows, and five Shock Arrows. In Master Mode, another metal Treasure Chest containing a Royal Shield can be found west of Sarjon Bridge.

Two Korok Seed Puzzles can be found along the Floria River. The first is at its eastern end, where a Circle of Lily Pads can be jumped into to reveal a Korok. South of the Zonai Ruins, a group of three metal Boulders are located in the Water, and they must be positioned on top of three islets in order to reveal a Korok. When these Koroks appear, they will give Link a Korok Seed as a reward for finding them.[8]

Creatures

Enemies

Tears of the Kingdom



Nomenclature

The Floria River and Mount Floria are named after Floria Waterfall and Lake Floria from Twilight Princess and Skyward Sword.[9]

Names in Other Regions
LanguageNames
Japan
Japanese
フロリアがわ川
The Republic of ChinaThe Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of ChinaThe Macao Special Administrative Region of China
ChineseTR
花柔莉亞河 (Huāróulìyà hé)
The People's Republic of China
ChineseSI
花柔莉亚河 (Huāróulìyà hé)
Canada
FrenchCA
Faroria
The French Republic
FrenchEU
Faroria
The Federal Republic of Germany
German
Floria-Fluss
The Italian Republic
Italian
Fiume di Floria
The Republic of Korea
Korean
펠리아강
The Kingdom of Spain
SpanishEU
Río Faroria
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Notes

  1. In Creating a Champion, the Floria River is shown to exist entirely within the Faron Region.[3] However, this contradicts the game's file data for the location, which considers it to be part of West Necluda as well.[4] Therefore, this is not considered Canon.

References

  1. "Floria River" — Map (Breath of the Wild)
  2. "Floria River" — Map (Tears of the Kingdom)
  3. Creating a Champion, Dark Horse Books, pg. 331
  4. "West Necluda" — System (Breath of the Wild)
  5. "The royal family of Hyrule collected historically significant outfits, but they were stolen by a bandit named Misko. One of the items stolen was armor belonging to a dark entity.

    Somewhere in the Deya Village Ruins is a journal that places the location of this treasure...
    " — Adventure Log (Breath of the Wild)
  6. "The evil spirit's armor set is hidden within Faron's sea of trees. Find these pieces at the highest of three waterfalls north of Lake Floria... at the bridge between small waterfalls over Floria River... and at the broken stone bird of Ebara Forest." — Misko's EX Journal 2 (Breath of the Wild)
  7. "You found the treasure chest at Corta Lake, Sarjon Bridge, and Ebara Forest.
    You obtained the Phantom Ganon set!
    " — Adventure Log (Breath of the Wild)
  8. "Yahaha! You found me!" — Korok (Breath of the Wild)
  9. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild—The Complete Official Guide, Piggyback Interactive Limited, pg. 351