Sakon's Hideout

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Sakon's Hideout
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Game(s) Majora's Mask
Inhabitant(s) Sakon
Item(s) Sun's Mask
Related place(s) Ikana Canyon

Sakon's Hideout is a location in Majora's Mask, situated in Ikana Canyon.

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This hideout is where Sakon keeps his stolen goods. During the Kafei and Anju sidequest, Link enters it on the Final Day along with Kafei to retrieve his stolen Sun's Mask.

Kafei finds his wedding ceremony mask sitting on top of a conveyor belt upon entering the hideout; however, just as he is about to grab the mask, he accidentally steps on the switch which starts the conveyor belt. To stop the mask from falling into an endless hole at the end of the track, Kafei and Link must cooperate with Kafei solving block puzzles and Link fighting enemies. While Link depresses the switch, Kafei enters the first door, which deals with pushing blocks on top of switches. When he solves this puzzle, a door opens on Link's side, where he must defeat several enemies to open the next door on Kafei's side. The security system of the hideout is made so that Kafei must push the blocks on top of the blue switches in order for Link to be able to go to the next room; likewise, Link must defeat the enemies he encounters so that the door on Kafei's side unlocks, allowing him to go to the next room and do the next puzzle.[1] The two must continue this process until they arrive at the end of the hideout, where they must each step on one blue switch to recover the Sun Mask.

While on Kafei's side, Kafei must be careful to not step on the red switches, for they increase the speed of the conveyor belt; however, stepping on the yellow switches slows it down.

For some reason, there is a sign outside his hideout, either for humor or to indicate Sakon is very confident in his security system (which is indeed uncrackable without at least two people).[2]

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References

  1. "It's some setup where the door stays open only while the switch is pressed! [...] That's no good. This isn't the switch... Go check that room. There should be some sort of mechanism. Please! There's no time!!!" — Kafei (Majora's Mask)
  2. "Sakon's Hideout / Protected by impenetrable security!" — Sign outside of Sakon's Hideout (Majora's Mask)
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Language Name Meaning
Japanese Japan サコンのアジト (Sakon no Ajito) Sakon's Hideout
Spanish Spain Escondite de Sakon Sakon's Hideout
French France Repaire de Sakon Sakon's Lair
German Germany Sakons Versteck