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One of the labyrinth's resting floors
|Game(s)||The Wind Waker|
|Main Item||Triforce Chart|
Piece of Heart
The Savage Labyrinth is a mini-dungeon in The Wind Waker.
Entrance to the Labyrinth
The entrance to the labyrinth is located on a cliff on the far east side of Outset Island which can only be accessed with the Deku Leaf or the Hookshot. To enter the labyrinth, Link must have obtained the Power Bracelets to remove the Stone Head covering the entrance. The labyrinth itself consists of fifty-one floors filled with various enemies. As Link progresses further down into the labyrinth, the enemies become more difficult and the rooms become more perilous.
The Savage Labyrinth is a hidden cave that Link must enter to obtain a Triforce Chart. The chart is located on floor thirty-one. To move on past that floor, the Mirror Shield is required, although moving on is completely optional. Floors beyond thirty-one are far more difficult and were made to provide a challenge for the more skilled players. The only recovery items are at every tenth floor. Also foes do not drop items of any kind. However, hearts, rupees, arrows, bombs, and spoils can be stolen from opponents with the Grappling Hook. A Piece of Heart is the reward for completing the labyrinth.Once Link has cleared the labyrinth, its difficulty increases, much like the Cave of Ordeals from Twilight Princess. The labyrinth will then feature more enemies than before, making it far more difficult to survive, especially on the lower floors.
Enemies and their floor number
|02.||Keese ×10||03.||Miniblin ×6||04.||Bokoblin ×4|
|05.||Red ChuChu ×6||06.||Magtail ×4||07.||Keese ×4, Miniblin ×4|
|08.||Fire Keese ×4, Magtail ×4||09.||Bokoblin ×4, Fire Keese ×2||10.||Moblin ×2|
|11.||Recovery Floor, Optional Exit|
|12.||Peahat ×6||13.||Green ChuChu ×4||14.||Boko Baba ×5|
|15.||Green Bokoblin ×4||16.||Mothula ×5||17.||Boko Baba ×3, Peahat ×3|
|18.||Blue Bokoblin ×4, Green ChuChu ×4||19.||Mothula ×3, Green Bokoblin ×2||20.||Winged Mothula ×2|
|21.||Recovery Floor, Optional Exit|
|22.||Wizzrobe ×3||23.||Armos ×4||24.||Armos Knight ×2|
|25.||Yellow ChuChu ×6||26.||Red Bubble ×4||27.||Green Bokoblin ×2, Darknut ×1|
|28.||Armos ×3, Wizzrobe ×1||29.||Armos Knight ×2, Red Bubble ×2||30.||Darknut ×2|
|31.||Recovery Floor, Triforce Chart #6, Optional Exit|
|32.||ReDead ×6||33.||Blue Bubble ×5||34.||Dark ChuChu ×6|
|35.||Poe ×5||36.||Winged Mothula ×3||37.||ReDead ×3, Moblin ×2|
|38.||Dark ChuChu ×5, Winged Mothula ×1||39.||Poe ×5, Moblin ×2||40.||Blue Bubble ×4, Stalfos ×2|
|41.||Recovery Floor, Optional Exit|
|42.||Miniblin ×24||43.||Red ChuChu ×10, Green ChuChu ×10, Yellow ChuChu ×10||44.||Wizzrobe ×5|
|45.||Bokoblin ×16||46.||ReDead ×4, Stalfos ×2||47.||Moblin ×3, Darknut ×2|
|48.||Wizzrobe ×3, Darknut ×2, Electric Barrier||49.||Stalfos ×3||50.||Darknut ×4, Moblin Statue x6|
|51.||Piece of Heart, Exit|
- The Savage Labyrinth plays a similar role to the Cave of Ordeals of Twilight Princess, only unlike its Twilight Princess counterpart, it is necessary to beat at least the first thirty floors of the labyrinth to advance in the game. It also resembles the Take 'Em All On! Game from Spirit Tracks. It could also be compared to the Pit of 100 Trials of Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door and Super Paper Mario.
- Strangely, several Mothulas appear in the Earth Temple enemy floors, despite the fact that they do not appear in the Earth Temple itself.
- The chest at the end of the Labyrinth contains a mere 10 Rupees in the Japanese version. The Piece of Heart found here in other versions appears in the chest under Link's House instead.