"The last eruption blocked the way into the village. I fear the mountain goddess must be very angry..."

The Mountain Goddess is a character mentioned in The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks. She is the protector of Goron Village, and Kagoron acts as her personal messenger. A shrine dedicated to the goddess, the Altar of the Mountain Goddess, is located on the Mountain of Fire, an active volcano, where Kagoron prays to the deity.

When the Mountain of Fire grows unstable, Kagoron can be found at the altar communicating with the Mountain Goddess in hopes of stopping the onslaught. Unbeknownst to the Gorons, however, Cragma is behind the volcano's sudden violent nature and not their patron deity.


Theory warning: This section contains theoretical information based on the research of one or several other users. It has not been officially verified by Nintendo and its factual accuracy is disputed.

Some theorize that the Mountain Goddess is Din, one of the three Golden Goddesses. Din is known for creating the earth and its features, which would include mountains and her strong alignment with the element of fire and with the Goron race itself. It is possible that, over time, her name faded out of memory and she came to be referred to as the Mountain Goddess. However, the Mountain Goddess has never been mentioned in any games other than Spirit Tracks, by the Gorons or any other race. Also, the eruptions believed to be caused by the Mountain Goddess were in reality caused by Cragma. This may indicate that the Mountain Goddess may not even be real.

Theory warning: Theories end here.

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