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Whittleton, also known as Mayscore, is a location from The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks. This small village, located in the Forest Realm, is home to many lumberjacks that are all men and is New Hyrule's primary source of quality wood. The leader of the village is the Whittleton Chief. The village contains a general store, and a mini-game called the Whip Race that utilizes the Whip. The Whip Race is located towards the back of Whittleton and is unreachable without the Whip. The Whittleton Stamp Station can also be found in this area.

Whittleton is also subject to several side quests; at one point, Link must retrieve Whittleton Lumber for the Anouki. Later on, Link can earn a Force Gem by taking the Whittleton Chief to be the husband of the lady who resides in Papuchia Village.

Story

Spoiler warning: Plot and/or ending details follow.

Spirit Tracks Credits Artwork 6

Artwork of the Lumber Salesman, Whittleton Chief, and the Rabbitland Rescue Man in Whittleton

After learning of Chancellor Cole's plan to revive the dreaded Demon King, Link travels to the Tower of Spirits, where he is given the task of restoring the Spirit Tracks in order to maintain the seal on the Demon King. He learns that he must travel to the Forest Temple to aid him in restoring the Spirit Tracks. Link travels south to Whittleton, where he speaks to the Whittleton Chief. He tells Link about the Lost Woods, a mysterious forest that only those privy to its secret can pass through; Link eventually navigates the Lost Woods with the help of the inhabitants of Whittleton.

Spoiler warning: Spoilers end here.

Etymology

The name "Whittleton" is a reference to the art of whittling, as in the carving of pieces of raw wood with the help of a knife. This is appropriate, considering the village is home to many lumberjacks.

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