Village of Outcasts

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The Village of Outcasts is a location in A Link to the Past.[1] It is the Dark World version of Kakariko Village.

Features and Overview

Found in this village is the fourth crystal, in Thieves' Town. There is also a frog south of the village, who used to live in Kakariko. After Link takes him back to the Light World, he is revealed to be the Dwarven Swordsmith's twin brother. After taking him back to his house east of Kakariko, the two will be so happy that they will offer to reforge Link's sword, strengthening it into the Tempered Sword. To the east of the Village of Outcasts is an abandoned House overlooking the Stake Garden.

In this village, Link can also find a chest where the swordsmith's house is in the Light World. The key is locked inside it. To open it, Link must use the Magic Mirror to take it to the man at the entrance to the desert. He will unlock it for Link, getting a bottle for his efforts. Also found are thieves in the form of monsters, who essentially have the same role as thieves from the forest of the Light World.

A Treasure Chest Game can be found in the northwestern building and a General Store can be found near the eastern exit of the Village.


In the Game Boy Advance version of A Link to the Past, an extra Shop sells Bees, Fairies, and Golden Bees. However, to purchase the Golden Bee, Link must obtain one from the Light World and show it to the shopkeeper.

Wares and Pricing


Names in Other Regions
はぐれ者の村 (Haguremono no Mura)[3]Town of the Astray
The French Republic
Village des Hors-la-loi[4]Village of Outlaws
The Italian Republic
Villaggio dei Reietti[2]Rejects Village
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Other Names

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Village of the Outcasts[5]
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Village of the Outcasts[5]

See Also


  1. Encyclopedia, Dark Horse Books, pg. 109 (ALttP)
  2. "Villaggio dei Reietti - Non son benvenuti gli ospiti a corto di Rupie." — Sign (A Link to the Past, Italian localization)
  3. Nintendo Official Guidebook: The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past Vol. 2, Shogakukan, pg. 3
  4. Encyclopedia, Les Éditions Soleil, pg. 109
  5. "Village of the Outcasts
    Found in the same location as Kakariko Village in the Light World, Ganon's power turned this dismal village into a rundown town of animal-like thieves."
    The Great Hyrule Encyclopedia , (archive), retrieved January 24, 2022.
Locations in A Link to the Past
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Waterfall of WishingEastern PalaceGraveyardLost WoodsKakariko VillageDesert PalaceDesert of MysteryHyrule CastleGreat SwampTower of HeraPond of HappinessLake HyliaLink's HouseZora's WaterfallHaunted GroveSanctuaryWitch's HutDeath Mountain

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Skull WoodsSkeleton ForestGhostly GardenThieves' TownVillage of OutcastsMisery MireSwamp of EvilSwamp PalaceGanon's TowerPalace of DarknessPyramid of PowerIce PalaceIce LakeLake of Ill OmenBomb ShopTurtle Rock

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