Forest Temple

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The Forest Temple is a recurring Dungeon and location in The Legend of Zelda series.[1][2][3][4][5] The Forest Temple goes unnamed in Ocarina of Time 4-koma Manga Kingdom, Ocarina of Time 4-koma Gag Battle Adventure Compilation, and Twilight Princess (Himekawa).

Overview

Ocarina of Time

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The Forest Temple is the first Dungeon that Link is directed to as an adult in Ocarina of Time. He must journey here to save his childhood friend, the Kokiri named Saria, only to awaken her to her role as the Sage of Forest.[6] The primary item of the Temple is the Fairy Bow, and its boss is Phantom Ganon.

Areas

Entrance to the Temple

Deep within the Sacred Forest Meadow in the Lost Woods lies the mansion-like Forest Temple,[7] inhabited by many fierce foes. Since the stairway leading to the Temple is now broken, the only way to gain access to the Temple is by obtaining the Hookshot from the Kakariko Village Graveyard and using it to grab onto a Tree branch hanging off of the entrance platform.[8]

Themes and Navigation

One of the Temple's twisted corridors

The Forest Temple is an eerie, complex Temple filled with strange puzzles and other features designed to confuse its explorers, such as an array of Switches which have the ability to twist entire hallways in an unnatural manner, rearranging the very Dungeon, making walls become floors. It one of the few Dungeons in The Legend of Zelda series whose structure can be altered in this manner. The Dungeon's interior design is reminiscent of a mansion or castle, with portraits hanging in certain rooms and quaint red carpets decorating the floor. This is also one of the few Dungeons that has open-air elements, walled gardens are found on the east and west sides of the Dungeon, connected by two wells. Most of its rooms and corridors are covered with moss and Vines, and many hold enemies. However, most of the threats Link will encounter in this Dungeon are undead.

The Temple is also where the four Poe Sisters appear by stealing the flames from four multicolored Torches in the center of the main room of the Dungeon. This becomes the primary puzzle that the Dungeon is centered around: Link must hunt down and destroy them to restore the flames and complete the Temple. The first two Sisters can be found on the upper levels of the Temple, in passageways with staircases; the third Sister appears in the eastern end of the upper levels after Link solves a jigsaw puzzle, and the final Sister returns to the Dungeon's main chamber after her sisters are defeated.

The Temple's music uses a mix of haunting, eerie sounds and a slow, gentle melody driven by wind instruments. Its boss is Phantom Ganon,[9] a ghost of Ganondorf's creation.

In Master Quest, the locations of Small Keys and Locked Doors have changed. The two Wolfos are no longer at the entrance of the Temple, but rather at the room where the first Stalfos was fought. The Stalfos now appears in a small connecting room and rewards Link with the Dungeon Map. More Skulltulas and Skullwalltulas appear throughout the Dungeon. The room with the Floormaster has been altered to host a single ReDead whereas the Floormaster has been moved elsewhere. There are two extra blocks in the jigsaw puzzle room, but they serve no purpose other than to obfuscate the puzzle further. The first twisted room is straightened when it is first found, and is twisted by activating a Crystal Switch instead of an Eye Switch. Puzzles involving Time Blocks have been added throughout the Dungeon as well. The wells are now emptied by shooting an Eye Switch with an Arrow.

Enemies
Parts of this section are derived from the following location(s): East Courtyard and West Courtyard
Master Quest
Parts of this section are derived from the following location(s): East Courtyard, Stone Tower and West Courtyard
  1. Two do not reappear.
Sub-Bosses
There are six Sub-Boss fights in this location.

Sub-Boss Battle

Sub-Boss Battle

  1. Two only appear after the first one is defeated.

Sub-Boss Battle

Sub-Boss Battle

Sub-Boss Battle

Sub-Boss Battle

Parts of this section are derived from the following location(s): Main Room
Master Quest
There are six Sub-Boss fights in this location.

Sub-Boss Battle

Sub-Boss Battle

  1. Two only appear after the first one is defeated.

Sub-Boss Battle

Sub-Boss Battle

Sub-Boss Battle

Sub-Boss Battle

Parts of this section are derived from the following location(s): Main Room
Bosses
Treasure Chests
Treasure Chest
Contents
Coordinates
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Notes

Atop the western Tree in the entrance room

Treasure Chest
Contents
Coordinates
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Notes

Appears in the center of 1F's northern room once the Stalfos have been defeated

Treasure Chest
Contents
Coordinates
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Notes

Appears in the center of 2F's central hallway once the Blue Bubble has been defeated

Treasure Chest
Contents
Coordinates
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Notes

Atop the raised ground above the Water in the East Courtyard

Treasure Chest
Contents
Coordinates
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Notes

On the western side of the sewer tunnel connecting the East and West Courtyards

Treasure Chest
Contents
Coordinates
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Notes

Appears in the center of 2F's north-central room once the Stalfos have been defeated

Treasure Chest
Contents
Coordinates
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Notes

Appears beside the golden Torch in the room east of the Twisted Hallway once Joelle has been defeated

Treasure Chest
Contents
Coordinates
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Notes

Appears atop a ledge in the Stone Tower's third level once the golden Eye Switch has been activated

Treasure Chest
Contents
Coordinates
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Notes

Along the eastern wall of the Twisted Hallway's northern chamber
Accessible by striking the silver Eye Switch with an Arrow in the Stone Tower

Treasure Chest
Contents
Coordinates
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Notes

Appears beside the golden Torch in the room where Beth is fought once she has been defeated

Treasure Chest
Contents
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Notes

Appears beside the wall in 1F's western room once the Floormaster has been defeated

Treasure Chest
Contents
Coordinates
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Notes

In a gap near the southern Door beneath the falling ceiling in 1F's northeastern room

Treasure Chest
Contents
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Notes

In the Basement's southwestern chamber

Treasure ChestContentsCoordinatesNotes
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Atop the western Tree in the entrance room

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Appears in the center of 1F's northern room once the Stalfos have been defeated

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Appears in the center of 2F's central hallway once the Blue Bubble has been defeated

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Atop the raised ground above the Water in the East Courtyard

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On the western side of the sewer tunnel connecting the East and West Courtyards

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Appears in the center of 2F's north-central room once the Stalfos have been defeated

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Appears beside the golden Torch in the room east of the Twisted Hallway once Joelle has been defeated

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Appears atop a ledge in the Stone Tower's third level once the golden Eye Switch has been activated

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Along the eastern wall of the Twisted Hallway's northern chamber
Accessible by striking the silver Eye Switch with an Arrow in the Stone Tower

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Appears beside the golden Torch in the room where Beth is fought once she has been defeated

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Appears beside the wall in 1F's western room once the Floormaster has been defeated

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In a gap near the southern Door beneath the falling ceiling in 1F's northeastern room

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In the Basement's southwestern chamber

Master Quest
Treasure Chest
Contents
Coordinates
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Notes

Appears atop the western Tree when the Floor Switch on the eastern tree has been pressed

Treasure Chest
Contents
Coordinates
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Notes

Appears in 1F's northern room once the Wolfos have been defeated

Treasure Chest
Contents
Coordinates
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Notes

In the northwest corner of the Twisted Hallway's northern chamber

Treasure Chest
Contents
Coordinates
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Notes

Appears in 1F's eastern room once the ReDead has been defeated

Treasure Chest
Contents
Coordinates
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Notes

Appears in 2F's northern-central room once the Stalfos have been defeated

Treasure Chest
Contents
Coordinates
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Notes

Appears in the room west of the Twisted Hallway once Joelle is defeated

Treasure Chest
Contents
Coordinates
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Notes

Appears in the room where Beth is fought once she is defeated

Treasure Chest
Contents
Coordinates
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Notes

Atop the northern balcony in the East Courtyard

Treasure Chest
Contents
Coordinates
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Notes

On the west side of the sewer tunnel connecting the East and West Courtyards

Treasure Chest
Contents
Coordinates
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Notes

Appears in the room with the falling ceiling after the eastern Floor Switch is pressed

Treasure Chest
Contents
Coordinates
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Notes

Atop the raised ground across the stream of Water in the East Courtyard

Treasure Chest
Contents
Coordinates
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Notes

In the northeastern chamber of the Basement

Treasure ChestContentsCoordinatesNotes
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Appears atop the western Tree when the Floor Switch on the eastern tree has been pressed

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Appears in 1F's northern room once the Wolfos have been defeated

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In the northwest corner of the Twisted Hallway's northern chamber

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Appears in 1F's eastern room once the ReDead has been defeated

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Appears in 2F's northern-central room once the Stalfos have been defeated

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Appears in the room west of the Twisted Hallway once Joelle is defeated

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Appears in the room where Beth is fought once she is defeated

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Atop the northern balcony in the East Courtyard

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On the west side of the sewer tunnel connecting the East and West Courtyards

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Appears in the room with the falling ceiling after the eastern Floor Switch is pressed

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Atop the raised ground across the stream of Water in the East Courtyard

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In the northeastern chamber of the Basement

Golden Skull Tokens
Gold Skulltula
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Location

On the Vines beside the eastern Tree in the entrance room

Gold Skulltula
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Location

On the wall east of the northern Door in the Main Room

Gold Skulltula
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Location

On the wall above the raised ground across the Water in the East Courtyard

Gold Skulltula
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Location

High on the wall north of the arches in the West Courtyard

Gold Skulltula
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Location

On the wall inside the southwestern chamber of the Basement

Gold SkulltulaLocation
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On the Vines beside the eastern Tree in the entrance room

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On the wall east of the northern Door in the Main Room

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On the wall above the raised ground across the Water in the East Courtyard

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High on the wall north of the arches in the West Courtyard

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On the wall inside the southwestern chamber of the Basement

Master Quest
Gold Skulltula
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Location

Above the Door in the hallway leading to the Main Room

Gold Skulltula
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Location

Behind the southern wall near the entrance of the Stone Tower

Gold Skulltula
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Location

Atop the ledge above the Well with Vines in the West Courtyard

Gold Skulltula
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Location

On the Hookshot Target over the entrance of the East Courtyard

Gold Skulltula
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Location

On the bars on the east side of the sewer tunnel connecting the East and West Courtyards

Gold SkulltulaLocation
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Above the Door in the hallway leading to the Main Room

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Behind the southern wall near the entrance of the Stone Tower

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Atop the ledge above the Well with Vines in the West Courtyard

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On the Hookshot Target over the entrance of the East Courtyard

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On the bars on the east side of the sewer tunnel connecting the East and West Courtyards

Twilight Princess

Areas

Entrance to the Temple

The Forest Temple is housed within a massive Tree in Faron Woods. If Link revisits the Temple after clearing it, the Clawshot will be needed in order to make it any further than the Dungeon's main room, as well as to reach the Boss chamber. This is because the Monkeys that initially helped him traverse the Temple disappear from inside it once the Boss is defeated.

Themes and Navigation

The Forest Temple is infested with Enemies. The Gale Boomerang, which is obtained after defeating the Temple's Middle Boss, Ook, is used to manipulate wind powered Switches and bridges, allowing Link to access rooms deeper within the Temple. Bomblings must also be used in place of Bombs in order to destroy several Boulders inside the Temple, as well as to defeat the Temple's Boss. Eight Monkeys, which have been imprisoned in various locations throughout the Temple by Ook, must be freed in order to help Link progress. There are two Pieces of Heart that Link can obtain in the Dungeon. Upon defeating the Temple's Boss, Diababa, Link will obtain the first of the Fused Shadows.

Minor Enemies

Spirit Tracks

The Forest Temple is the first Dungeon that Link must explore in order to restore its energy to the fragmented Tower of Spirits in Spirit Tracks. The main item obtained is the Whirlwind, and the Temple's boss is Stagnox.

Areas

Entrance to the Temple

The Forest Temple is located in the northwest of the Forest Realm of New Hyrule, and is accessible after Link and Gage perform a Song of Restoration in the Forest Sanctuary, which in turn is found after the young hero crosses a maze in the Lost Woods. Left of the Temple's inner entrance is a statue that teaches Link the "Song of Healing".

Themes and Navigation

Link using the Whirlwind to reach a Small Key

The Forest Temple has the appearance of a Mesoamerican pyramid with a giant Tree growing atop it. Gossip Stones throughout the Temple will reveal the locations of Treasure Chests on each floor for a fee of Rupees. Items such as Demon Fossils and Wood Hearts are found here, as well as the Whirlwind, the main treasure of the Temple that is also critical to defeat the boss of the Temple. Mothula serves as the dungeon's Sub-Boss, while the boss is a large stag beetle-like creature called Stagnox, who has stolen the Temple's Force Gem from its beacon atop the Temple and thus is responsible for the deactivation of the Temple's energy beacon.

Link must defeat the creature atop the Temple by using the Whirlwind to turn its weaknesses and attacks on itself, therefore exposing it to his own attacks. Following Stagnox's defeat, the Temple's Force Gem is restored to its energy beacon, restoring the Temple's energy flow to the Tower of Spirits and causing a segment of the Tower to reconnect to the base, completing the hero's first task to restore the Tower to its original state.

Minor Enemies

Skyward Sword

The Forest Temple is the area surrounding the Skyview Temple situated in the Deep Woods. Before Link can enter the Skyview Temple, he must find the Shock Switch within the Forest Temple area. The location of this Shock Switch is revealed by a Stone Tablet that is hidden in a patch of Grass.[10] A Tree Stump that Link can Sit on to restore his Hearts can be found to the side of the entrance to the Skyview Temple. The door to the Skyview Temple has two crystals, located at the head and the tail. By shooting these crystals with the Slingshot, Link can receive a Blue Rupee and a Green Rupee, respectively. A single Bird Statue can be found at the Forest Temple.

After Link receives the Ruby Tablet at the Skyview Spring, he is greeted by Machi in the Forest Temple area. Machi asks Link if he found Zelda.[11] Upon hearing that she is still missing, Machi offers that Link at least knows where to go next.[12] Machi then thanks Link for helping to reunite him with his friends and then bids farewell.[13][14]

Animals

Enemies

Goddess Cubes

Goddess Cube
Location

Near the chasm separating the Forest Temple from the rest of the Deep Woods

Destination
Reward
Goddess Cube
Location

On top of the Skyview Temple

Destination
Reward

Tri Force Heroes

The Forest Temple is a Level in Tri Force Heroes. It is the fourth and last Level of the Woodlands Area, preceded by Moblin Base.

Themes and Navigation

The Level consists of an ancient Temple situated within a dense forest. It features numerous types of traps and obstacles that the Links must overcome.

Lighting the Torches in Stage 1

In Stage 1, the Links enter a Torch room where a pair of Bombs and a Bow can be found. A gate blocks the rest of the passage, and must be opened by lighting the unlit Torches in the room. The Torches can be lit by having one Link fire an Arrow towards it from one of the lit Torches, which will carry the flame over and light it. The second Torch near the gate is too high for one Link to reach, thus requiring that the Links form a Totem and have the top Link light it with an Arrow. Lighting both Torches opens the gate to a room with four spinning Mini-Margos that follow a set path. These traps must be destroyed by having the Links throw Bombs into their openings. This room also has several Jars and a Squiddy, from which the Links can collect some Hearts and Rupees. When the last Mini-Margo is defeated, it will drop a Key that opens the gate to the Triforce Gateway.

Battling the Mini-Margos in Stage 2

Stage 2 is a large, seemingly empty chamber with a Big Switch in the center, that can only be pressed down with all three Links. Pressing it makes pillars raise from the floor, and summons Mini-Margos and Tektites that the Links must defeat. The Mini-Margos will move along several set paths around the room, while the Tektites will hop along the pillars. The Tektites can be attacked either by forming a Totem, by firing Arrows at them from one of the ledges, or by throwing well-timed Bombs at them. The Tektites can be attacked from the floor once they are knocked off, but they will soon hop back onto the pillars. Defeating all the Enemies opens the gate to the next Triforce Gateway.

Avoiding the Arrow Traps in Stage 3

Stage 3 places the Links in a large chasm with narrow paths over a pit. The Links must carefully follow this path, while dodging Arrow Traps that constantly shoot Arrows from the walls. One of the trap Arrows will fly into the path of a Torch and carry its flame, but is blocked by small Cracked Blocks preventing it from flying any further. The Links must destroy both Cracked Blocks, allowing the trap Arrows to light a Torch at the far end of the path. Once this Torch is lit, the Links can use it to light the other Torches and raise a staircase. The Links walk along more narrow paths while dodging trap Arrows, eventually reaching the end where a heavy, steel Large Block sits atop a ledge. The Links must use their combined effort to push this block into the path of oncoming Arrows, protecting them while they move towards the Triforce Gateway. In a single-player game, this Large Block is replaced by a wooden version that a single Link can push on his own. Finally, a Mini-Margo freely moving around the Triforce Gateway platform must be defeated to activate the Gateway.

Margoma, the Boss of Stage 4

Stage 4 is where Margoma is fought in a courtyard outside the Temple. The Links begin on a high-up ledge with slopes that drop them into the courtyard, thus beginning the battle. On the left side of the area is some Grass that produces Hearts when sliced, and on the right side is a ledge that the Links can use as a vantage point. Several small Cracked Blocks are on the ground, which can be strategically used to block the path of the charging Margoma, though they will be destroyed in the process. Once Margoma is defeated, a large doorway opens to the north that leads to the Triforce Gateway.

Drablands Challenges

Once the Boss of the Woodlands has been defeated, the Forest Temple can be replayed with the following Drablands Challenges: "Adventure in the dark!", "Clear within the time limit!", and "Fewer Heart Containers!".

In "Clear within the time limit!", the Links are given a timer of one minute in Multiplayer, or two minutes in single-player. This timer can be increased by collecting Hourglasses or wearing Linebeck's Uniform.

Materials

At the end of the Level, three Treasure Chests can be opened. Two contain the same Materials, and one contains a more valuable Material.

Drablands Challenge
Magical Materials
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Adventure in the dark!
Magical Materials
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Clear within the time limit!
Magical Materials
Drablands Challenge
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Fewer Heart Containers!
Magical Materials
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Adventure in the dark!
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Clear within the time limit!
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Fewer Heart Containers!

The first time Link completes the Forest Temple, he will also find the Lady's Glasses in the bottom of the Chest.[15][16]

Enemies and Traps

In this Level, each Drablands Challenge features the same configuration of Enemies.

Stage 1
Stage 2
Stage 3
  1. Arranged in two groups of three, and two groups of two.
Stage 4

Other Appearances

Ocarina of Time 4-koma Manga Kingdom

Within the Forest Temple, Link battle Phantom Ganon with the Bow. However, he accidentally knocks the Painting that Phantom Ganon is emerging from off the wall with a stray Arrow, killing Phantom Ganon and his Horse in the process.[17] In another version of events, Link beats back Phantom Ganon within the Forest Temple with only an Empty Bottle.[18] In yet another version, Link is fighting Phantom Ganon in the Temple when his Bow catches fire.[19]

Ocarina of Time 4-koma Gag Battle Adventure Compilation

While exploring the Forest Temple, Link stumbles across a picture frame containing Joelle. Not understanding her to be a foe, Link is unimpressed by the quality of what he thinks is merely a painting, and offers to fix it with a pack of drawing materials. Joelle, slighted, grows angry and attacks him.[20]

Ocarina of Time Pathways to Adventure

After obtaining the Hookshot from ? and the "Song of Storms" from the Phonogram Man,[21] Link travels through the Sacred Forest Meadow and reaches the entrance to the Forest Temple. While fighting through Blue Bubbles, Deku Babas, Wallmasters, and Stalfos, Link collects several Small Keys and locates the Bow. He obtains the Dungeon Map and Compass, and, after shooting an Eyeball Switch, the Nightmare Key.[22] After completing a Block Puzzle, Link fights Amy Poe, and later Meg. He then opens the Dungeon's Big Door and uses the Master Sword to best Phantom Ganon.[23] He then is transported to the Chamber of Sages, and awakens Saria as the Sage of Forest.[24]

Ocarina of Time (Himekawa)

After returning to what remains of Kokiri Forest, Link makes his way to the Forest Temple.[25] Along the way, he reunites with his old rival Mido, whom he saves from an attacking Deku Baba.[26] The pair are attacked again by a pair of Wolfos, before they enter the Forest Temple together.[27] As they walk through the Temple, Link and Mido discuss what has come of Saria and the Great Deku Tree. All the while, a magical painting of Ganondorf eyes the two intruders.[28] Without warning, Phantom Ganon suddenly springs from one of the picture frames and attacks. Link soon finds that the Master Sword does not work on the spirit.[29] Luckily, Mido soon stumbles across the Bow, which Link uses to slay Phantom Ganon and free Saria from his clutches.[30] Saria thanks Link for his hard work, before departing from him for good.[31]

Twilight Princess (Himekawa)

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After being attacked and knocked unconscious by Ook wielding the Gale Boomerang, Wolf Link is brought to his base of operations—the Forest Temple. Ook attaches a rope around Wolf Link's neck as a collar and drags him around, still unconscious. Midna, having followed them to the Temple, wakes Wolf Link up and informs him of his power of Sense. Awakening his Eye of Twilight, Wolf Link is suddenly able to see several Shadow Insects crawling around. He attacks and kills every one, and, upon doing so, is transported to the Faron Spring and returned to his Hylian form.

With his original form returned to him, Link returns to the Forest Temple and retrieves the Gale Boomerang from Ook. He then slays Diababa using the Ordon Sword, obtaining the Fused Shadow hidden in the Temple's depths.

Trivia

Nomenclature

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LanguageNamesMeanings
The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
EnglishBR
Wooded Temple (ST)[46] 
Japan
Japanese
  • 森の神殿 (Mori no Shinden) (OoT | TFH)[36][37]
  • 森の神殿前 (Mori no Shinden Mae) (SSHD)
  • Temple of the Forest
  • Front of the Forest Temple
The Republic of ChinaThe Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of ChinaThe Macao Special Administrative Region of China
ChineseTR
森林神殿前 (Sēnlín shéndiàn qián) (SSHD) 
The People's Republic of China
ChineseSI
  • 森之神殿 (Sēn zhī shéndiàn) (ST)[41]
  • 森林神殿前 (Sēnlín shéndiàn qián) (SSHD)[40]
  •  
  • In Front of the Forest Temple
Canada
FrenchCA
Temple de la forêt (ST | TFH)[47][48]Forest temple
The French Republic
FrenchEU
  • Temple sylvestre (ST)[39]
  • Temple de la Forêt (TFH)[38]
  • Wooded temple
  •  
The Federal Republic of Germany
German
  • Waldtempel (ST | TFH)[44][45]
  • Tempel im Wald (SS)
  • Forest temple
  • Temple in the Forest
The Italian Republic
Italian
  • Santuario della Foresta (OoT | OoT3D)[34][35]
  • Tempio delle Fronde (ST)[32]
  • Tempio delle fronde (TFH)[33]
  • Forest Sanctuary
  • Temple of the Fronds
  •  
Latin America
SpanishLA
  • Templo de los Bosques (ST)[42]
  • Templo del bosque (TFH)[43]
  • Temple of the Woods
  •  
The Kingdom of Spain
SpanishEU
  • Templo de los Bosques (ST)
  • Templo del Bosque (TFH)[49]
  • Temple of the Woods
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Other Names

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References

  1. Encyclopedia, Dark Horse Books, pg. 159, (TFH) 240, (OoT | OoT3D) 278, (TP | TPHD) & 290 (ST)
  2. "Forest Temple" — Map (Skyward Sword)
  3. "Forest Temple" — Map (Skyward Sword HD)
  4. Ocarina of Time Pathways to Adventure, Sybex Inc., pg. 40
  5. Ocarina of Time manga, VIZ Media, pg. 138
  6. "Thank you... Because of you, I could awaken as a Sage... I am Saria. The Sage of the Forest Temple..." — Saria (Ocarina of Time)
  7. "The Forest Temple is located in the Sacred Forest Meadow in the far side of the Lost Woods." — N/A (Ocarina of Time)
  8. "Unfortunately, equipped as you currently are, you cannot even enter the temple... But, if you believe what I'm saying, you should head to Kakariko Village..." — Sheik (Ocarina of Time)
  9. "Phantom Ganon It's an evil ghost of the Forest Temple! He comes out of one of the pictures. Answer his magic attack with an attack of your own!" — Navi (Ocarina of Time)
  10. "He who descended from above: look to the star that the bird rising heavenward gazes upon, and aim your shot there." — Sign (Skyward Sword)
  11. "Hey! It's me, kwee! Did you find the girl?" — Machi (Skyward Sword)
  12. "[Not yet...] Oh. That's too bad. But it sounds like you at least know where you need to search next to find her, kwee. That's...something, right?" — Machi (Skyward Sword)
  13. "I'm so glad I've finally been reunited with all my Kikwi friends. It's all thanks to you, koo-weep!" — Machi (Skyward Sword)
  14. "With any luck, hopefully you'll find that girl you've been searching for real soon, koro-koo! Take care, OK?" — Machi (Skyward Sword)
  15. "Hm? There's something else here!" — N/A (Tri Force Heroes)
  16. "You got The Lady's Glasses!" — N/A (Tri Force Heroes)
  17. Ocarina of Time 4-koma Manga Kingdom, Futabasha, pg. 59
  18. Ocarina of Time 4-koma Manga Kingdom, Futabasha, pg. 92
  19. Ocarina of Time 4-koma Manga Kingdom, Futabasha, pg. 109
  20. Ocarina of Time 4-koma Gag Battle Adventure Compilation, Koubunsha, pg. 87
  21. Ocarina of Time Pathways to Adventure, Sybex Inc., pg. 44
  22. Ocarina of Time Pathways to Adventure, Sybex Inc., pg. 46
  23. Ocarina of Time Pathways to Adventure, Sybex Inc., pg. 47
  24. Ocarina of Time Pathways to Adventure, Sybex Inc., pg. 48
  25. Ocarina of Time manga, VIZ Media, pg. 139
  26. Ocarina of Time manga, VIZ Media, pg. 140
  27. Ocarina of Time manga, VIZ Media, pg. 143
  28. Ocarina of Time manga, VIZ Media, pg. 144
  29. Ocarina of Time manga, VIZ Media, pg. 146
  30. Ocarina of Time manga, VIZ Media, pg. 148
  31. Ocarina of Time manga, VIZ Media, pg. 149
  32. "Tempio delle Fronde" — Rail Map (Spirit Tracks)
  33. "Tempio delle fronde" — Level Selection (Tri Force Heroes)
  34. Enciclopedia di Hyrule, Magazzini Salani, pg. 149
  35. "Uno dei Saggi che devi incontrare si trova nel Santuario della Foresta" — Sheik (Ocarina of Time 3D, Italian localization)
  36. Nintendo Official Guidebook—The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, Shogakukan, pg. 155
  37. "森の神殿" — Level Selection (Tri Force Heroes)
  38. "Temple de la Forêt" — Level Selection (Tri Force Heroes)
  39. "Temple sylvestre" — Rail Map (Spirit Tracks)
  40. "森林神殿前" — Bird Statue (Skyward Sword HD, Simplified Chinese localization)
  41. 塞尔达传说:百科全书, New Star Press, pg. 290
  42. "Templo de los Bosques" — Rail Map (Spirit Tracks)
  43. "Templo del bosque" — Level Selection (Tri Force Heroes)
  44. "Waldtempel" — Rail Map (Spirit Tracks)
  45. "Waldtempel" — Level Selection (Tri Force Heroes)
  46. "Wooded Temple" — Rail Map (Spirit Tracks)
  47. "Temple de la forêt" — Rail Map (Spirit Tracks)
  48. "Temple de la forêt" — Level Selection (Tri Force Heroes)
  49. "Templo del Bosque" — Level Selection (Tri Force Heroes)
  50. The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes - The Forest (Direct Gampelay), @GameXplain on YouTube, Uploaded August 2, 2015 (Archive)