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"Oh, Link, this tiny village that you call home is lovely. Though I don't know if I could live here..." - Princess Zelda



name........................Aboda Village    
Aboda (1)

Sprite Aboda

foreign names............Outset Village (European)

caption......................Aboda Vilage

region........................Forest Realm

climate......................Temperate

points of interest.........Niko/Link's House, Alfonso's House, Stamp Station


Spoiler Alert

Aboda VillageEdit

Aboda Village is the small, hometown of Link in The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks. It is also where the game begins, and where Alfonso's house can be found. The Train Station is part of the same building as Alfonso's House.

There is also a boy who wants to go into the air, and you must bring him to Beedle's Air Shop. For this, he will give you a force gem.

A man who loves Cuccoos also resides here. When the hero gains a freight car, you can bring him ten Cuccoos from Castle Town. However, the freight car can only hold five items, so two trips are required. He will also give you a force gem.

End Spoiler

EtymologyEdit

Most likely,  the name Aboda comes from the word abode, meaning house or home.

StructuresEdit

  • Niko/Link's House
  • Alfonso's House/Train Station
  • Stamp Station
  • Family of Four's House

GalleryEdit

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