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As you will see in the opening sequence, the Triforce calls Link to Hyrule Castle and warps him to the land of Holodrum. The game starts out with Link waking up in an open field. He will soon meet a dancer named Din (the Oracle of Seasons). Suddenly after dancing with Din, General Onox kidnaps Din.

Guide structure[edit]

Oracle of Seasons can be subdivided into eight main chapter (plus introduction and final chapter). Each chapter is characterized by a dungeon. Anyway, the name of each dungeon appears only once in the game, after the hero found it. On the other hand, during his quest to find the dungeon entrance, Link will be told many times the name of the corresponding surface area instead.

Therefore, it is much more useful to specify not just the dungeon name, but also the name of the area where it is located.

Holodrum area Dungeon name Strategywiki guide page
North Horon Gnarled Root Dungeon North Horon and Gnarled Root Dungeon
Woods of Winter Snake's Remains Woods of Winter and Snake's Remains
Spool Swamp Poison Moth's Lair Spool Swamp and Poison Moth's Lair
Mount Cucco Dancing Dragon Dungeon Mount Cucco and Dancing Dragon Dungeon
Eyeglass Lake Unicorn's Cave Eyeglass Lake and Unicorn's Cave
Tarm Ruins Ancient Ruins Tarm Ruins and Ancient Ruins
Graveyard Explorer's Crypt Graveyard and Explorer's Crypt
Temple Remains Sword and Shield Maze Temple Remains and Sword & Shield Maze

Linked games[edit]

Two different linked games can be played:

  1. Oracle of Seasons first, Oracle of Ages then: all information specific to this option is written in the page Secrets to and from Labrynna
  2. Oracle of Ages first, Oracle of Seasons then: all information specific to this option is written in sidebars in the main guide.

The extra final dungeon, identical in both versions, is described in the page Room of Rites