Sky Temple

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Not to be confused with Skyview Temple or Sky Keep.

Sky Temple is the last Level in Tri Force Heroes.[name references needed] It is the fourth and last Level of the Sky Realm Area.

Themes and Navigation

As with the other Levels in the Sky Realm, the Sky Temple takes place in the sky high above the Drablands. It mostly consists of floating platforms that float above the sky's orange clouds, which are filled with numerous enemies that the Links must defeat to proceed. All eight Items encountered during the Links' travels are provided for use here, providing many different strategies. At the very end is a gorgeous palace where Lady Maud can be found.

The Woodlands-based island, Stage 1

In Stage 1, the Links begin at a platform containing a wide assortment of items: including the Gust Jar, Gripshot, Magic Hammer, Bombs, Bow, Water Rod, Fire Gloves and the Boomerang. The Links must pick three of the eight Items. After making their choice, the Triforce Gateway on another platform glows, and a translucent, disk-shaped lift appears close by. This lift will drop the Links to a grassy island with a pair of Mini-Margo and Totem Deku. If the Links did not pick the Bombs, then a Bomb Flower is provided in the center to defeat the Mini-Margos with. After they are defeated, another disk platform appears which drops the Links onto an island with a lake. The Links fight a horde of Octoroks, Water Tektites, and a Keeleon. Their defeat creates another lift to an icy platform where the Links face Freezards, Ice Wizzrobes, and Terrorpins. Bomb Flowers are provided for the Freezards and Terrorpins if the Links do not have the appropriate items. The lift that appears takes the Links to the Triforce Gateway.

The Volcano-based island, Stage 2

In Stage 2, the Links again appear on a platform with the eight different Items, which the Links can freely swap their items for if they choose. A disk platform drops the Links into a pit with lava pools. Here the Links face a horde of Fire Keese, Green Kodongos, and gold Spear Soldiers riding Armos statues. The Links are also provided with their own Armos to help defeat the Enemies with. After their defeat, a gate opens to the next platform with a disk lift. This drops the Links into a quicksand-filled pit with Stalfos, Morths and a Gibdo. After the Stalfos and Gibdo are defeated, another lift appears. The Links are then dropped into a pit filled with Light Ghini and a Ball and Chain Soldier wielding a fiery ball and chain. The pit immediately turns pitch dark as soon as they fall in. The Ball and Chain Soldier provides some light, but the Links can also light their way by lighting the torches with the Fire Gloves. After all Enemies are defeated, the Triforce Gateway appears.

Sky Soldiers arriving, Stage 3

In Stage 3, the Links appear on yet another platform containing the eight Items. A staircase with green Rupees leads to a circular platform, where immediately the Links are intercepted by a group of gold Sword Soldier and Spear Soldiers. Because there are no railings around the platform, it is possible to knock them off using the Gust Jar. Their defeat opens a gate to another platform where more gold Soldiers fight them, of which one is a Bomb Soldier and the other a Ball and Chain Soldier. The final staircase leads to the palace entrance where a pair of flying Super Aeralfos appear. After they are defeated, the giant gate opens to the Triforce Gateway.

Confrontation with Lady Maud, Stage 4

Stage 4 is where the Links fight The Lady inside the temple.

Drablands Challenges

The Sky Temple contains the following Drablands Challenges: "Clear within the time limit!", "Clear without any items!", and "Fewer Heart Containers!".


At the end of the Level, three chest can be opened. Two contain the same Material, and one contains another.

No challenge

"Clear within the time limit!"

"Clear without any items!"

"Fewer Heart Containers!"



ZW Nomenclature Asset.png Names in Other Regions ZW Nomenclature Asset 2.png
天空の神殿 (Tenkū no Shinden)[2]Sky Temple
Temple du ciel 
The French Republic
Temple du ciel[4] 
The Federal Republic of Germany
The Italian Republic
Santuario celeste[1] 
Latin America
Templo del cielo[5] 
The Kingdom of Spain
Templo del Cielo[6] 
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  1. "Santuario celeste" — Level Selection (Tri Force Heroes)
  2. "天空の神殿" — Level Selection (Tri Force Heroes)
  3. "Himmelstempel" — Level Selection (Tri Force Heroes)
  4. "Temple du ciel" — Level Selection (Tri Force Heroes)
  5. "Templo del cielo" — Level Selection (Tri Force Heroes)
  6. "Templo del Cielo" — Level Selection (Tri Force Heroes)