The Hidden Palace, also known as Three Eye Palace or Three Eye Rock Palace, is the sixth dungeon in Zelda II: The Adventure of Link. It is the final palace where Link must affix a crystal into a statue; once he has achieved this goal, the concealed Great Palace will at last be open to him.


The Hidden Palace is hidden, hence its name. To reveal its location, Link must travel to Three Eye Rock at the Seashore, a landmark formed by the positioning of three boulders in an isosceles triangle. He must stand on the point where the line between the two southern rocks meets the perpendicular line from the northern rock, and play the Flute. This will cause the entrance to the palace to appear.

This dungeon, uniquely, has virtually no keys, necessitating either the Magic Key or extensive use of the Fairy Spell to complete it.






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