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{{Infobox Dungeon
|name = Palace of Darkness
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|name = Palace of Darkness
|image = [[File:Palace of Darkness.jpg|250px|The Palace of Darkness]]
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|image = [[File:Palace of Darkness Artwork.png|250px|Artwork of the Palace of Darkness]]
|caption = The Palace of Darkness
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|caption = Artwork of the Palace of Darkness
|location = Eastern [[Dark World (A Link to the Past)|Dark World]]
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|location = Eastern [[Dark World (A Link to the Past)|Dark World]]
|game = ''[[The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past|A Link to the Past]]'' ([[1991]])
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|game = ''[[The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past|A Link to the Past]]'' ([[1992]])
|item = [[Magical Hammer]]
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|item = [[Magic Hammer]]
 
|mini-boss =
 
|mini-boss =
|boss = [[Helmasaur King]]
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|boss = [[Helmasaur King]]
 
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The '''Palace of Darkness''' is the first [[dungeon]] in the [[Dark World (A Link to the Past)|Dark World]] of ''[[The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past]]''. When [[Link]] first arrives in the Dark World after battling [[Agahnim (A Link to the Past)|Agahnim]], he communicates telepathically with [[Sahasrahla]], who marks the location of the Dark Palace on Link's map. It is found in the same place as the [[Eastern Palace]] in the [[Light World]]. The dungeon has a vague resemblance to the [[Eastern Palace]].
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The '''Palace of Darkness''' is the first [[dungeon]] in the [[Dark World (A Link to the Past)|Dark World]], and the fifth overall, in ''[[The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past]]''. When [[Link]] first arrives in the Dark World after battling [[Agahnim (A Link to the Past)|Agahnim]], he communicates telepathically with [[Sahasrahla]], who marks the location of the Dark Palace on Link's map. It is found in the same place as the [[Eastern Palace (A Link to the Past)|Eastern Palace]] in the [[Light World]], to which it shares a vague resemblance.
   
To reach the palace, Link must pass through a labyrinth forest, where he meets a monkey called Kiki. Kiki will agree to accompany Link to the palace for a payment of ten [[Rupees]]; this must be paid, as Link cannot enter the palace without Kiki's help. When they reach the dungeon entrance, Kiki will open it for Link in exchange for 100 Rupees.
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To reach the palace, Link must pass through a hedge maze, where he meets a [[monkey]] called [[Kiki]]. Kiki will agree to accompany Link to the Palace of Darkness for a payment of ten [[Rupee]]s; this must be paid, as Link cannot enter the palace without Kiki's help. When they reach the dungeon entrance, Kiki will open it for Link in exchange for 100 Rupees.
   
==Dungeon==
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In Japanese, the Palace of Darkness is called "yami no shinden", which was later translated as [[Shadow Temple]] in ''[[The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time]]''. Both are inaccurate translations; the correct one is actually "Temple of Darkness".
[[File:Darkpalace.png|thumb|150px|right|The entrance to the Palace of Darkness]]
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The main treasure item found in the Dark Palace is the [[Magical Hammer]]. Enemies found within the dungeon include [[Goriya]]s and [[Helmasaur]]s. The final boss is the [[Helmasaur King]], a giant masked Helmasaur who spits fireballs. Upon defeating him, Link frees the first of the [[Seven Maidens]] from her crystal prison.
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== Dungeon ==
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[[File:Palace of Darkness.png|thumb|150px|right|The entrance to the Palace of Darkness]]
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The main treasure item found in the Dark Palace is the [[Magic Hammer]]. Enemies found within the dungeon include [[Goriya]]s and [[Helmasaur]]s. The final boss is the [[Helmasaur King]], a giant masked Helmasaur who spits fireballs. Upon defeating him, Link frees the first of the [[Seven Maidens]] from her [[crystal]] prison.
   
 
=== Items ===
 
=== Items ===
*[[Magic Hammer]]
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* [[Magic Hammer]]
*[[Heart Container]]
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* [[Heart Container]]
*[[Crystal]]
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* [[Crystal]]
   
 
=== Enemies ===
 
=== Enemies ===
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* [[Anti-Fairy]]
 
* [[Bari]] (Blue/Red)
 
* [[Bari]] (Blue/Red)
 
* [[Biri]]
 
* [[Biri]]
* [[Bubble]]
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* [[Blade Trap]]
 
* [[Goriya]]
 
* [[Goriya]]
 
* [[Hardhat Beetle]] (Blue/Red)
 
* [[Hardhat Beetle]] (Blue/Red)
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* [[Kodondo]]
 
* [[Kodondo]]
 
* [[Stalfos]]
 
* [[Stalfos]]
* [[Trap]]
 
 
* [[Turtle]]
 
* [[Turtle]]
   
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* [[Helmasaur King]]
 
* [[Helmasaur King]]
   
==Trivia==
 
*In Japanese, Palace of Darkness is "yami no shinden," this was later translated as [[Shadow Temple]] in ''[[The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time]]''. Both are inaccurate translations, the correct one being "''Temple of Darkness''."
 
 
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[[Category:The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past dungeons]]
 
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Latest revision as of 19:38, August 28, 2015

The Palace of Darkness is the first dungeon in the Dark World, and the fifth overall, in The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past. When Link first arrives in the Dark World after battling Agahnim, he communicates telepathically with Sahasrahla, who marks the location of the Dark Palace on Link's map. It is found in the same place as the Eastern Palace in the Light World, to which it shares a vague resemblance.

To reach the palace, Link must pass through a hedge maze, where he meets a monkey called Kiki. Kiki will agree to accompany Link to the Palace of Darkness for a payment of ten Rupees; this must be paid, as Link cannot enter the palace without Kiki's help. When they reach the dungeon entrance, Kiki will open it for Link in exchange for 100 Rupees.

In Japanese, the Palace of Darkness is called "yami no shinden", which was later translated as Shadow Temple in The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. Both are inaccurate translations; the correct one is actually "Temple of Darkness".

Dungeon Edit

Palace of Darkness

The entrance to the Palace of Darkness

The main treasure item found in the Dark Palace is the Magic Hammer. Enemies found within the dungeon include Goriyas and Helmasaurs. The final boss is the Helmasaur King, a giant masked Helmasaur who spits fireballs. Upon defeating him, Link frees the first of the Seven Maidens from her crystal prison.

Items Edit

Enemies Edit

Boss Edit

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