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"The Great Fairy lives on this mountaintop, and she will give you a new skill! She is the leader of the fairies, you know. Hoo!"
Kaepora Gaebora

Great Fairy Fountains are recurring locations in the Legend of Zelda series. Similar to regular Fairy Fountains, Great Fairy Fountains are hidden locations that are inhabited by Fairies. Unlike regular Fairy Fountains, however, Great Fairy Fountains house Great Fairies who will grant Link special powers, rather than just restoring his health.

Appearances

The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past

There are Great Fairy Fountains scattered in caves across Hyrule that house Great Fairies that restore Link's health. There are also special types of Great Fairy Fountains called Mysterious Ponds, where Link can obtain upgraded weapons, such as the Magical Boomerang, the Golden Sword, and the Silver Arrows, from Great Fairies at their respective fountains.

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time

Great Fairy Fountain (Ocarina of Time)

A Great Fairy Fountain from Ocarina of Time

Great Fairy Fountains are scattered throughout Hyrule. The first one is located on the summit of Death Mountain and is entered after Link defeats King Dodongo in Dodongo's Cavern. Once inside a Fountain, Link must play "Zelda's Lullaby" on his ocarina, to summon the Great Fairy. If it is Link's first visit to the particular fountain, she will grant him a new power. If it is a re-visit to the Fountain, Link's health and Magic Meter will be fully restored.

Interestingly, there are hidden Fairy Fountains outdoors that contain only regular fairies that appear when Link has played the "Song of Storms".

The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask

Great Fairy Fountains (referred to as simply "Fairy Fountains") are found in five locations throughout Termina: North Clock Town, Woodfall, on the side of Snowhead Mountain, the Zora Hall Coast, and Ikana Canyon. These Great Fairy Fountains look exactly like the regular fairy fountains from Ocarina of Time. Link must find all fifteen of the Stray Fairies who are missing from the Fountain and bring them back. Once he does so, the Great Fairy of the particular Fountain will be revived, and grant him a new power or give him a new item.

The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker

Great Fairy Fountain (The Wind Waker)

A Great Fairy Fountain from The Wind Waker

Great Fairy Fountains are usually located in seashell-like houses, scattered throughout the Great Sea (the only exception being in the Forest of Fairies, which is found beneath a boulder on Outset Island). They play a similar role to the Great Fairy Fountains in Ocarina of Time, granting Link an upgraded Wallet, Quiver, or Bomb Bag on his first visit; however, instead of restoring his health and magic meter on every subsequent visit, a large number of ordinary Fairies can be found.

Link can also encounter the Queen of Fairies by using the "Ballad of Gales" to warp inside of the larger island of the Mother & Child Isles, who will add the power of fire and ice to his Hero's Bow.

The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Adventures

Link's items get advanced when he goes to a Great Fairy Fountain. These can be found in various locations.

The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap

Great Dragonfly Fairy's Fountain

The Great Dragonfly Fairy's Fountain

There are three Great Fairy Fountains, home to the Great Dragonfly Fairy, the Great Mayfly Fairy, and the Great Butterfly Fairy. Each gives Link a different challenge, and upgrades a specific item if he wins.

The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess

When Link reaches the 10th, 20th, 30th, and 40th floors of the Cave of Ordeals, a Great Fairy causes Fairies to appear at the springs of the four Light Spirits. Once Link has reached the 50th floor of the Cave of Ordeals, the Great Fairy will fill one of his empty bottles (if he has one) with Great Fairy's Tears. After this, he can get another bottle filled with Great Fairy's Tears by going to any of the Spirit's Springs (though he can only do this if none of his bottles already contain Great Fairy's Tears).

The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds

Great Fairy Fountains are scattered throughout Hyrule. The Great Fairies in them will fully heal Link's health. One fountain is home to the Great Rupee Fairy, who will give Link a bottle if he throws 3,000 Rupees into her fountain.

Non-canonical appearances

Non-canon warning: This article or section contains non-canonical information that is not considered to be an official part of the Legend of Zelda series and should not be considered part of the overall storyline.

Hyrule Warriors

Hyrule Warriors Locations Hyrule Field - Fairy Fountain (Concept Art)

Concept Design of the Fairy Fountain from Hyrule Warriors

The Fairy Fountains in the game often function as Great Fairy Fountains where the Great Fairy can be summoned to assist in battles. Sometimes a Cucco can be found inside these fountains. Great Fairy Fountains appear in Hyrule Field, Faron Woods, Valley of Seers, Palace of Twilight, and Skyloft.

Non-canon warning: Non-canonical information ends here.

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