|Eastern Triangle Island|
Eastern Triangle Island
|First appearance||The Wind Waker (2003)|
|Point(s) of interest||Goddess Statue|
- "Tell me, small fry...have you ever caught a fairy before? 'Cause from what I've been told, when you've been beaten to a pulp by monsters and such, and you think that you've finally met your match... If you've got a fairy with you then you've got nothing to worry about. Don't you wish you had something handy for carrying fairies around with you, fry?"
- — Fishman
Eastern Triangle Island is a location from The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker. A triangular piece of land found upon the Great Sea, it is the easternmost island of the Triangle Islands. Here, Link finds Farore's Goddess Statue, where he is to place Farore's Pearl. After doing this and placing the other two Pearls on their respective islands, the Tower of the Gods is raised from the depths of the Great Sea.