Dee Ess Island
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|Dee Ess Island|
Dee Ess Island from a distance
|Item(s)||Bombchu Bag upgrade, Courage Gem ×2|
|What´s with this island?! Sort of a different shape, don´t you think?!|
|— Linebeck, upon leaving the island|
Dee Ess Island is one of the many islands on Phantom Hourglass. It is located on the southeastern quadrant of the sea.
This island was made to highly resemble a Nintendo DS (its name being an obvious pun) and is most famous for its Goron Game. It is complete with a control pad, A, B, X, and Y buttons, and a top and bottom screen. It even has holes for the speakers. The dock resembles a stylus that is part-way in the DS.
According to a Gossip Stone on the bottom section of the island, it says that there is something good buried where the game's Menu Button is. The "Menu Button" would be referring to the bottom left icon that appears on the screen. If Link uses the shovel there, he will uncover a Courage Gem. Link can obtain another Courage Gem by going to the upper part of the island and defeating the Hinox that are lurking in the pit. Link can also obtain 300 rupees by blowing where the mic is on a normal Nintendo DS. Using the shovel he can also discover several hives and Ropes, as well as several Rupees of different values.
- Hyrule Historia revealed that at one point an island modeled on the Nintendo GameCube, named GC Island, was considered being implemented in The Wind Waker, but was ultimately scrapped.
|Names in Other Regions|
|Spanish||Isla De Ese|
|Isla Dee Ess||Dee Ess Island|
|French||Ile des Esses|
|Ile Dée Ess|
|Regions in Phantom Hourglass|
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