Enemies

Contents

A

Armos

Habitat: Tower of the Gods
Vulnerability: Arrows
There small statues shift into autopilot and attack prey. Shoot them in the eyes with an arrow to silence them, then destroy them by hacking their crystal backs.

Armos Knight

Habitat: Tower of the Gods
Vulnerability: Bombs
These auto-homing statues were created to deter intruders. To destroy them, you must toss bombs into their mouths.

B

Big Octo

Habitat: The Great Sea
Effective weapons: Projectiles
There are said to be six of these legendary giant squid in different reaches of the Great Sea. When ships pass by, they create tremendous currents to try to sink them.
The only way to escape is to shoot all of their weak spots - their eyes - with projectiles before benig sucked in.

Boko Baba

Habitat: Forest Haven
Spoils: Boko Baba Seeds
These creatures that mimic Baba Buds attempt to swallow anything that comes near. Defeat them by stunning them with a jump attack and then cutting their stems.

Bokoblin

Habitat: Forsaken Fortress
Spoils: Joy Pendants
These little imps wield sharp machetes and Boko Sticks when attacking. If they have no weapons, they’ll attempt to fight hand-to-hand.

Blue Bubble, Red Bubble

Habitat: Tower of the Gods
Stronger form: Blue Bubble
The cursed blue flames of the Blue Bubble steal the power away from all of your attacks. Bubbles can be easily blown away by the Deku Leaf.

C

ChuChu

Habitat: Varied
Spoils: Chu Jelly
There are ChuChus of many different colors, all with distinct characteristics. In general, they are most susceptable to projectile weapons.

D

Darknut

Habitat: Tower of the Gods
Spoils: Knight’s Crest
These mighty knights are protected by heavy-duty armor. Rather than attacking them from the front, it might be best to slip around behind them and cut their armor off.

Darknut

Habitat: Earth Temple
Spoils: Knight’s Crest
These knights are well protected by their round bucklers and mighty armor. If you use a parry attack to jump up and knock off their helmets, it’ll spell their doom.

Darknut, Mighty

Habitat: Hyrule Castle
Spoils: Knight’s Crest
These are Darknut captains. Some wear capes that must be burned or cut off before their armor straps can be cut.

F

Fire Keese, Keese

Habitat: Dragon Roost Cavern
Effective weapons: Projectiles
These bats fly around dark places and attack anything that moves. Great care should be taken around Fire Keese that appear during times of volcanic activity.

Floor Master

Habitat: Forsaken Fortress
Personality: Surprisingly Lonely
These creatures use their long hands to grab their victims, which they then yank into another room. They occasionally grab nearby vases and throw them.

G

Ganondorf

Habitat: Ganon’s Castle
Effective weapons: Light Arrows, Master Sword
The possessor of the Triforce of Power, Ganondorf controls many fell beasts. It’s useless for Link to try to face him alone. He must look for an ally who can aid him in battle.

Gohdan, the Great Arbiter

Habitat: Tower of the Gods
Effective weapons: Arrows
This monstrous machine was created by the gods as a trial for the Hero. You can drop it to the ground only by piercing its hands and face with arrows.
Once it has fallen, you can defeat it by immediately tossing a bomb inside it. Oddly enough, arrows occasionally drop form its nostrils.

Gohma

Habitat: Dragon Roost Cavern
Effective weapons: Grappling Hook
This gigantic shelled inscect inhabits areas of lava and magma. The only way to penetrate its hard bio-armor would be to drop an entire sheet of bedrock on it.

Gyorg

Habitat: The Great Sea
Weakness: Projectiles
These so-called ocean killing machines are plentifull in the Great Sea. You should attack them with arrows or bombs before they’re able to knock you into the sea.

H

Helmarock King, The Monstrous

Habitat: Forsaken Fortress
Master: Ganondorf
The Helmarock King is a monstrous bird that has been fitted with a mighty steel mask. Once the mask has been split with a hammer, its tender beak will be revealed.

J

Jalhalla, Protector of the Seal

Habitat: Earth Temple
Underlings: Poes
This gigantic ghost rules over all Poes. After reflecting light onto it with the Mirror Shield, you can lift it and throw it around.

K

Kalle Demos

Habitat: Forbidden Woods
Favourite thing: Makar
This plant monster is a gigantic parasite that lives in the depths of the Forbidden woods. Only by cutting loose all of its disgusting tentacles with the Boomerang will its tender core be revealed.

Kargaroc

Habitat: Dragon Roost Island
Spoils: Golden Feathers
These fierce and dangerous opponents often carry Bokoblins or Moblins into battle. You can use your Grappling Hook to steal their Golden Feathers.

Keese and Fire Keese

Habitat: Dragon Roost Cavern
Least favourite thing: Projectiles
These bats fly around dark places and attack anything that moves. Great care should be taken around Fire Keese that appear during times of volcanic activity.

M

Magtail

Habitat: Dragon Roost Cavern
Weakness: Water
These creatures are covered in a hard exoskeleton that not even the searing heat of lava can penetrate. Their eyes are their only weakness.
Magtails can be picked up and carried around when they’ve rolled ino a defensive position.

Miniblin

Habitat: Forsaken Fortress
Talent: Herd Movement
These little beasts are quick and agile. They scurry along walls and gather in great numbers. You should deal with them individually so they don’t surround you.

Moblin

Habitat: Forsaken Fortress
Spoils: Skull Necklaces
These mighty enemies swing their long spears with the greatest of ease. They’ve knocked Link around with that attack countless times.

Molgera, Protector of the Seal

Habitat: Wind Temple
Effective weapons: Hookshot
This evil guardian burrows deep into sand. Use the hookshot to draw out its tender tongue, then slash it with your blade.

Morth

Habitat: Forbidden Woods
Least favourite thing: Deku Leaves
These creatures attack in groups and cling to the bodies of their prey. A spin attack is the best way to shake them off. They’re light and vulnerable to Deku Leaf blasts.

Mothula

Habitat: Forbidden Woods
Effective weapons: Deku Leaf, projectiles
This gigantic moth scatters its scales through the air. Even using projectiles to clip its wings won’t ensure safety - it can still run aruond swiftly and release larvae.

O

Octorock

Habitat: The Forest Haven, Great Sea
Winner of the perfect attendance award
When approached, these creatures tend to hide in the water. They can easily be defeated by reflecting the rocks they shoot with a sword or shield.

P

Peahat

Habitat: Forbidden Woods
Talent: Rotating
These strange creatures use their propeller-like wings to float in midair. They an be easily knocked out of the sky with either projectiles or a Deku Leaf.

Phantom Ganon

Habitat: Forsaken Fortress
Effective weapons: Light Arrows, Master Sword
This is a phantom that Ganondorf created in his own likeness. Use your sword to knock back the balls of magic that he hurls, then attack him while he’s stunned.
Actually, you can also use empty bottles to deflect his magic attacks.

Poe

Habitat: Earth Temple
Best attack: Possession
These ghostly creatures have no physical form, so physical objects pass right through them. Shining light on them with the mirror shield makes them take form.

Puppet Ganon

Habitat: Ganon’s Castle
Effective weapons: Light Arrows
This is a gigantic marionette created b Ganon himself. It transforms into three different shapes, but all are vulerable to rays of light.
Rather than shooting randomly at it, try to deduce when it can be easily targeted and then take advantage of your chance.

R

Rat

Habitat: Forsaken Fortress
Favorite food: All-purpose Bait
These creatures attack spontaneously and attempt to steal Rupees. The ones that carry bombs around are apparently known as Bombchus.

Red Bubble and Blue Bubble

Habitat: Tower of the Gods
Stronger form: Blue Bubble
The cursed blue flames of the Blue Bubble steal the power away from all of your attacks. Bubbles can be easily blown away by the Deku Leaf.

ReDead

Habitat: Earth Temple
Least favourite thing: Mirror Shield
These undead creatures live only in the darkest depths of the earth. Their icy cold gazes paralyze their victims with fear. Try to attack them from behind.

S

Seahat

Habitat: The Great Sea
Weakness: Projectiles
These tremendous flying fish can be found only in the Great Sea. They tend to ram ships to knock their prey in the sea, so it is best to attack them from a distance.

Stalfos

Habitat: Earth Temple
Weakness: Its Head
These skeleton warriors attack by violently swingling their gigantic maces around. Even if they’re shattered to pieces, they’ll reform unless their heads are destroyed.

W

Wizzrobe

Habitat: Tower of the Gods
Magic: Fire, Summons
These mighty mages are adept at wielding flame and summoning other creatures to their aid.
The only way to defeat them is to try to predict their movements and attack them during the brief moments they assume physical form.

Wizzrobe

Habitat: Wind Temple
Magic: Summons
These high-level mages use the magic of summoning to aid them in battle. They are the only Wizzrobe that can summon other Wizzrobes, which makes them formidable.

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