"A long time ago, there used to be an arena for combat nearby, but it's fallen to ruin and is a home for foul monsters. I suppose you could say it stil IS an arena for combat, but more the life-or-death-against-monsters variety."

Coliseum Ruins is a location from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. It is located in the southern part of the Hyrule Field region, just north of the Great Plateau. The entrance of the area is surrounded by pools of Malice. Inside, a Lynel variant patrols the bottom floor. The coliseum also has a winding staircase around the inside of the walls that are guarded by Bokoblins, Moblins and Lizalfos. These nine enemies wield and can drop different weapons. The Lynel variant and the weapons used by the monsters depend on the number of Divine Beasts freed by Link. These enemies will respawn along with their weapons during a Blood Moon.

A Hylian scavenger named Dai hangs out by the Coliseum's northeastern ruins trying to build up his courage to enter the ruins and take on the monsters to acquire their weapons but is too scared to enter. He sleeps behind the wall he hides behind. Bomb Barrels can be found in these ruins as well.

According to the local watchman and Arrow merchant Botrick, the Coliseum was an arena of combat before the Great Calamity but has since fallen into ruin and has become home to monsters. However he notes that technically it still is an arena of combat just more along the lines of life-or-death-against-monsters variety.

Coliseum variations

The Master Trials

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Upon "The Master Trials" DLC pack installation and during the side quest "EX Treasure: Phantasma", Link can find a Treasure Chest containing the Phantom Helmet and buried in the northwest of the Coliseum Ruins, on the bottom floor.

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