The Isle of Rabac is a location from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. It is an island located in the large lake of Lava known as Darunia Lake in the Eldin Canyon region of Hyrule.


It is a rocky mountain that is shaped like a crab that is essentially an island located in the fiery Darunia Lake. While there is nothing worth of note above apart from a lone Korok on top of the island's "crab shell", there is a Shrine underneath the crab-like rock. It is unclear if its shape is natural, the result of Goron stone craving like the monument to Daruk in Goron City, or by the Sheikah that constructed the Shrine. However the Goron's apparently constructed the mine cart track leading to it as its constructed with the same industrial level technology as other mine cart tracks in the region.

Getting To the Shrine Below

The Shrine is rather difficult to get to via the Paraglider, therefore a Mine Cart, which Link must use a two-handed weapon to push and preferably with the help of the Stasis Rune, to get underneath to the Shora Hah Shrine. At least one piece of the "Flamebreaker" armor and weapon set, such as the Flamebreaker Helm, or a Fireproof Elixir can be used to deal with the intense heat in the area. Alternatively Link can climb along the walls then Paraglide down to the ground the Shrine sits on.


Apart from a sole Korok on the exterior and the Sheikah Monk, Shora Hah in the shrine underneath the rock, there are no other inhabitants that reside on this crab-like landmark.

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