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Kass's Journal
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Kass's Journal is an Object in Breath of the Wild.[1]

Location and Uses

Kass's Journal is found within a hut on a Tree located on Washa's Bluff. It's written by Kass and is used to record rumors he's heard about ancients songs throughout Hyrule Kingdom.[2] The contents of this journal reveal all the locations Kass can be found, where he will provide Shrine Quests, as well as one Side Quest.

Transcription

The contents of the ninth page change once Link has completed all of Kass's Shrine Quests and has listened to his song at Rito Village.

CoverPage 1Page 2Page 3Page 4Page 5Page 6Page 7Page 8Page 9Page 9 (After Completing All Quests)
Quote1.png "I leave here a record of my search for the ancient songs of Hyrule."
- Kass
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— Kass's Journal
Quote1.png "The ancient song of Pagos Woods."

It seems that a song has been passed down through the ages in the Pagos Woods area of Faron.

The song references mythical creatures such as dragons and giant serpents.

I wonder if such creatures ever really existed. Or perhaps they still exist today!
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— Kass's Journal
Quote1.png "The ancient song of the West Hyrule Plains."

On the south side of the West Hyrule Plains, there is a bridge called Jeddo Bridge.

Near this bridge, there are a number of circular rocks with holes in their centers.

Peculiarly enough, these rocks are apparently mentioned in an ancient song from the area.

It sounds rather odd, but I hope to find out more about this ancient rock song.
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— Kass's Journal
Quote1.png "The ancient song of Rabia Plain."

Apparently Rabia Plain in the northern part of Hateno is home to an ancient song about beasts.

Rabia Plain is northeast of Kakariko Village. I'll likely stop by the village during my search for the song.
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— Kass's Journal
Quote1.png "The ancient song of Gerudo Tower."

I've heard word there is an ancient song about a tall structure called Gerudo Tower.

I don't know where this Gerudo Tower is, but mysterious towers have popped up all around Hyrule recently.

This Gerudo Tower may be the tower that appeared in the Gerudo region.
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— Kass's Journal
Quote1.png "The ancient song of Calora Lake."

Apparently there is an ancient song about the giant boulder in Calora Lake in the Faron Region.

I hear that area is prone to violent thunderstorms. I'll need to prepare before I go searching for the song.
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— Kass's Journal
Quote1.png "The ancient song of Horon Lagoon."

I hear there is an ancient song about a place in Lanayru called Horon Lagoon.

The winds in Horon Lagoon are supposed to be very intense. I may need to travel the area on foot.
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— Kass's Journal
Quote1.png "The ancient song of Kitano Bay."

It seems there is an ancient song about an oddly shaped stone pillar in the open water of Kitano Bay.

It details something that was hidden there before the Great Calamity to be claimed by a lost hero.

I'm not sure what's hidden there, but if it's meant for a lost hero, it must be worth a fortune!
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— Kass's Journal
Quote1.png "The ancient song of Washa's Bluff."

I've heard whispers of an ancient song about the "night of the red moon" traditionally sung in Washa's Bluff.

No one quite knows why the red moon rises. Or what happens in the span of that night.
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— Kass's Journal
Quote1.png These are all of the ancient songs that I have discovered.

I will continue my journey, hoping the day will come when I can pass them on to the Champion of Hyrule.
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— Kass's Journal
Quote1.png I have finally managed to pass all of the ancient songs on to the Champion of Hyrule.

And I have finally fulfilled my promise to my late teacher.

I imagine I've made my teacher very happy...wherever he is. But my family has been without me too long.

My quest is complete, I now return to Rito Village.
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— Kass's Journal

Nomenclature

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See Also

References

  1. "Kass's Jorunal" — N/A (Breath of the Wild)
  2. ""I leave here a record of my search for the ancient songs of Hyrule."
    - Kass
    " — Kass's Journal (Breath of the Wild)
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