Tarm Ruins

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Tarm Ruins
Oracle Of Seasons - Tarm Ruins.png
Tarm Ruins and Lost Woods
Game(s) Oracle of Seasons
Inhabitant(s) Old Man,
Related place(s) Lost Woods, Ancient Ruins
Default season(s)
Autumn is the default season for this area
Spring is the default season for this area
Theme Music File:Tarm Ruins & The Lost Woods.ogg

Tarm Ruins is an area in Oracle of Seasons, found in northwest Holodrum.


The Gale Tree in Tarm Ruins

To enter the Tarm Ruins, Link needs the four Jewels hidden throughout Holodrum (Pyramid Jewel, X-Shaped Jewel, Round Jewel, and Square Jewel). The young hero must travel through the ruins in order to reach the Ancient Ruins, where the sixth Essence of Nature, the Blowing Wind, rests. Getting through the ruins requires extensive use of the Rod of Seasons, and every season is needed to get through them. In the heart of Tarm Ruins is the Lost Woods, which, like the rest of the ruins, requires the changing of the seasons in order to pass through. The Noble Sword (or the Master Sword, if Link has already obtained the Noble Sword with a linked password) can be found in the Lost Woods, and the secret to finding it will be told to Link by a Deku Scrub just outside the Lost Woods. He is the final part of the Trading Quest, and will only talk when he sees the Phonograph.

During the winter, a Golden Lynel can be found in Tarm Ruins. A Gale Tree can also be found here, as well as a Fairy Fountain behind a bombable wall. Atop the ruins, there is an Old Man who lives in a cave hidden by a sapling. If Link burns the sapling with an Ember Seed and speaks to the man, he will make him pay 200 Rupees to fix his door.[1]


Sprite Name
ArmosOracle.png Armos
BallChainTrooper.png Ball and Chain Soldier
DarknutRed.png DarknutBlue.png Darknut
Golden Lynel.png Golden Lynel
LikeLikeOracle.png Like Like
OctorokOracleRed.png Octorok
Pincer.png Pincer



  1. "I thank you for paying to fix my door." — Old Man (Oracle of Seasons)

Forest minish.png Names in Other Regions Jabber Nut MC.gif
Language Name Meaning
Japanese Japan タームいせき (Tāmu Iseki) Tarm Ruins
Spanish Spain Ruinas Tarm
French France Ruines de Tarm
German Germany Tarm-Ruinen
Italian Italy Rovine Tarm
Regions in Oracle of Seasons
Ancient RuinsNorthern PeakDancing Dragon DungeonPoison Moth's LairSpool SwampUnicorn's CaveEyeglass LakeGnarled Root DungeonNorth HoronSnake's RemainsExplorer's CryptCemeteryLost WoodsGoron MountainEastern CoastSunken CityMt. CuccoSamasa DesertEastern SuburbsMaku TreeHoron VillageWestern CoastMoblin's KeepWoods of WinterTarm RuinsTemple RemainsNatzuHolodrum PlainOoSmap.png

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