The Lost Woods is a beginner level Science area. It is loosely tied in to the Horsemen areas although it can be done as a standalone adventure.
Map Link: Lost Woods
Overworld Directions: Grand Central Station (Top floor), South Rail -> Town of Halfway (First Stop) -> Halloween Town, follow the road North through the city and graveyard, there's a gap in the fence approximately Here (that begins the woods.
Event Night Any TARDIS or Time Gate -> Challenge Areas -> Lost Woods.
Can also use the Cannon during Event Night at the Creeper Citadel. Push the button for The Lost Woods then launch the cannon.
Nether Directions: South Nether Rail -> Eden Bay (First Stop) -> Lemuria Hub (2nd Floor) -> Halloween Town (2nd Floor), follow the road North through the city and graveyard, there's a gap in the fence approximately Here that begins the woods
Armor Rating: D - C Rank
Noteworthy Prizes: A plethora of custom drops, the Lost Woods has the most loot out of any area- bring a shulker or two. The main reward, however, is the Master Sword. Find three gems at the ends of the Fire, Forest, and Water temples, and bring them to the massive Deku Tree to claim your prize.. and slay some evil.
Special Notes: While the woods itself are mostly easy going, the dungeons and boss fights may be safest if left to Events Night. As a tip, follow the grass-path roads through the woods to visit all the 'main' areas.
Accessible via a gap in the fence behind the graveyard of Halloween Town on the Lemuria continent, the Lost Woods is a massive, overgrown forest covering what was an ancient kingdom, now overrun with all sorts of strange creatures. Many artifacts of the old kingdom are available to those who brave the trees, and if you're worthy, the sword of evil's bane itself.
Artfulness aside, this is a fully functional custom Zelda map, complete with dungeons, loot, boss fights, and even the Master Sword. Be prepared for a long haul if you plan on attempting this, as it will not be a short journey. Beyond the main path of the woods, all sorts of hidden treasures wait in the trees....
The woods vary in difficulty depending on the area, with bosses and dungeons naturally being more challenging than just running around the forest. The loot obtainable is more than enough to sustain a person, making this challenge great for old and new players alike!
Armor Rating: S Rank
Noteworthy Prizes: Hero of the Woods armor
Special Notes: New Game+ Area, see 5.5th Horsemen Release post.
Spread throughout the Lost Woods are four odd, red-sandstone structures; The Forest Shrine, the Dark Shrine, the Phantom Shrine, and the Drowned Shrine. These are advanced challenges aimed at veteran players who have gone through the areas to follow, and are re-visiting the woods for an extra challenge. Be warned, you'll be hard pressed to survive early on!
|Item Name||Base Item|
|Aged Beef||Rotten Flesh|
|Eye of Gohma||Carved Pumpkin|
|Head of the Host||Skeleton Head|
|Hylian Travel Bag||Blue Shulker Box|
|Mask of Dark Beast Ganon||Player Head|
|Moblin Cleaver||Iron Sword|