Common Easter Eggs [The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild]

Common Easter Eggs

In Breath of the Wild, there are several area names that allude to previous installments in the series.

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Arbiter’s Grounds Found in Gerudo Desert it is Twilight Princess’ 4th dungeon.
Bannan Island From Phantom Hourglass this islet situated in the Northwest of the World of the Ocean King.
Bonooru’s Stand Pierre Plateau These are the names of the scarecrows where Link could play a melody for in both Majora’s Mask and Ocarina of Time.
Bridge of Hylia In Twilight Princess this is a lengthy bridge that spans Lake Hylia.
Crenel Hills Crenel Peak From The Minish Cap this is a Mountainous region
Death Mountain This tall mountain is a recurring landmark where vicious monsters accompanied by hazards are found
Eagus Bridge Derived from the instructor that facilitates the Sparring Hall in Skyward Sword “Eagus”
Eldin Its name comes from the divinity that passed on its name to a province found in Skyward Sword and Twilight Princess
Faron Woods This area made an appearance in Skyward Sword and Twilight Princess
Forest of Time The Region set as Link began his journey in Oracle of Ages
Gerudo Desert From Twilight Princess it is one of the Regions of Hyrule
Gleeok Bridge Derived from the recurring dragon-like boss
Goponga island From Link’s Awakening it is considered a region placed at the Northwest portion of Koholint Island
Goron City A town in Ocarina of Time
Goron Hot Springs From Majora’s Mask and Twilight Princess this location allows Link to recover hearts
Gortram Cliff Derived from the Goron who facilitates a mini-game in Skyward Sword
Horon Lagoon One of the core towns in Oracle of Seasons
Horwell Bridge The name originates from the Knight Academy Instructor “Horwell” from Skyward Sword
Hyrule Castle The residence of the royal Hyrule Family
Hyrule Field One of the staple expansive grass terraain located in central Hyrule
Irch Plain Derived from the Korok’s name in The Wind Waker
Kaepora Pass It comes from the recurring character in the series who acts as Link’s tactician
Kakariko Village A recurring town
Kanalet Ridge It existed as a mini-dungeon in Link’s Awakening
Lake Hylia This is a recurring lake in the series
Lanayru Considered a divinity which debuted in Skyward Sword and Twilight Princess
Linebeck Island From Phantom Hourglass its name is derived from the name of steamboat captain
Lost Woods A recurring forest labyrinth that requires a specific directions to pass through
Lulu Lake Comes from the singer’s name who belongs to the famous Zora band in Majora’s Mask
Mabe Village From Link’s Awakening this is a small village in Koholint Island
Martha’s Landing Martha is the mermaid’s name in Link’s Awakening
Mercay Island The Island where Link regains consciousness during the one of the events of Phantom Hourglass
Mido Swamp This is the name of the Kokiri general in Ocarina of Time
Mikau Lake Comes from the guitarist’s name who belongs to the famous Zora band in Majora’s Mask
Molida Island Fishing island in Phantom Hourglass
Mount Daphnes The name of the ancient king of Hyrule in Wind Waker
Mount Floria Lake Floria Floria River These are locations in Skyward Sword and Twilight Princess
Mount Gustaf In the Minish Cap this is the name of the Hyrule ancient king
Mount Nabooru The name is a reference to the Gerudo second-in-command in Ocarina of Time
Nabi Lake The lake’s name is based from the English Spelling of the fairy Navi who accompanies Link in Ocarina of Time
Oren Bridge This is derived from the Queen of Zora shown in A Link Between Worlds
Owlan Bridge Part of the Knight Academy Instructors in Skyward Sword
Piper Ridge Piper inhabits Skyloft in Skyward Sword
Ralis Pond The name comes from the Prince of Zora in Twilight Princess
Rauru Settlement Ruins Rauru Hillside A recurring character in the series – In Ocarina of Time he is the ancient Hylian and Sage of Light; in Wind Waker his name born on a stained glass window in Hyrule Castle’s basement.
Romani Plains The name is from the younger of two sisters that took care of Romani Ranch in Majora’s Mask
Seres Scablands Alluded to the Sanctuary caretaker in A Link Between Worlds
Spectacle Rock Recurring rock formation in the series
Spring of Power/ Courage/ Wisdom Power Courage and Wisdom is based from the triangular pieces which shape the Triforce
Stinger Cliffs In Ocarina of Time these are creatures that resemble manta rays
Tabahl Woods Based from Link’s Awakening Tabahl Wasteland is a location found on Koholint Island
Tal Tal Peak From Link’s Awakening it is a reference to Tal Tal Mountain Range and Tal Tal Heights on Koholint Island
Temple of Time Recurring temple in the series
Tingel Island The name debuted in Majora’s Mask
Toronbo Beach Found at the Southwest of Koholint Island this beach first appeared in Link’s Awakening as Toronbo Shores
Toto Lake Comes from the manager’s name who belongs to the famous Zora band in Majora’s Mask
Trilby Plain Known in The Minish Cap as Trilby Highlands
Tuft Mountain The mountain’s name is alluded to the King of Hytopia in Tri Force Heroes
Ukuku Plains First appeared as Ukuku Prairie found at the heart of Koholint Island in Link’s Awakening
Zauz Isalnd Based from Phantom Hourglass it is the name of the blacksmith who tampers the Phantom Sword
Zora’s Domain Town in Ocarina of Time

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DemiseOfTheClone

the reason i put in my last comment “he only appears in skyward sword” is because it say’s “a recurring character in the series” and that is actually wrong.

ShawnA

Kaepora Gaebora is actually the owl originally from Ocarina of Time and is also in Majora’s Mask and Four Swords Adventures:

http://zelda.wikia.com/wiki/Kaepora_Gaebora

DemiseOfTheClone

kaepora pass isn’t actually a easter egg (or least i dont think it is) technically the guy’s name is actually gaepora and only appear’s in skyward sword as the headmaster of the academy.

SaberTooth

All of the Divine Beasts names have some sort of correlation with the sages in OoT, Naboris – Nabooru, Ruta – Ruto, Rudania – Darunia, etc.

Adrian Monk

Not all sages from OoT. Medoh isn’t an anagram nor has any correlation to any of the sages from OoT. I think, and it is speculated that because of the fact that it’s based off the Rito, the name may be a play off of Medli, the Sage of Earth from Wind Waker.