Gale Seeds

When a Gale Seed is tossed at the ground, it produces a powerful whirlwind. A brave adventurer can jump into this whirlwind and instantly warp himself to a faraway location.
Oracle of Ages , Oracle of Seasons

Ganon

Also known as the King of Evil, Ganon is the epitome of anger, hate and envy. Ganon's life began as a human named Ganondorf, but his heart was so vile that eventually he could no longer hide the ugliness which he held inside. Ganon was banished to the Dark World by Link and the Seven Sages, but his hunger for power and domination proved to be more powerful than the seal on his solitary cell. Seeking to defile the power of the Triforce, Ganon was able to break free on numerous occasions. Luckily, Link and the Seven Sages were able to repel his advances each time. Still, the threat of Ganon's return always lingers just below the surface of Hyrule's peaceful landscape.
The Legend of Zelda , A Link to the Past , Ocarina of Time , Oracle of Ages , Oracle of Seasons , Four Swords Adventures

Ganon's Castle

When Ganon entered the Golden Land and tapped into the power of the Triforce, he was able to construct an intimidating home for himself where Hyrule Castle once stood. This towering structure contained six barriers of power that protected Ganon from intruders, but they were unable to prevent Link from breaking through.
Ocarina of Time

Ganon's Shadow

During Link's final battle in Koholint Island's Wind Fish Egg, he faced a series of dark guardians which were shadows of his former foes. The fourth of these creatures to appear was Ganon's Shadow, which Link defeated by combining the power of the Pegasus Boots with his sword.
Link's Awakening

Ganon's Tower

Ganon's Tower is where the King of Evil rests his wicked head.
A Link to the Past , Wind Waker

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Ganondorf

Ganondorf, the scourge of Hyrule and King of the Gerudo Thieves, was the dark-hearted human who eventually transformed into Ganon, King of Evil. Ganondorf cared only for himself, which was evident to anyone who dared to peer into his sunken eyes.
Ocarina of Time , Wind Waker

Ganondorf's Tower

Housed within Ganon's Castle and decorated with stained glass walls, Ganondorf's Tower is where Link and the King of Evil held their first confrontation.
Ocarina of Time

Gargoyle's Domain

Blind's Dungeon

Garo Ninjas

Garo Ninjas are ghostly figures who inhabit Termina's Ikana Canyon. If they see someone wearing the Garo's Mask, they will freely offer valuable advice.
Majora's Mask

Garo Master

Wearing a purple tunic and wielding two curved daggers, the Garo Master was once a feared leader of the Garo Ninjas. Link was able to defeat this foe twice during his Terminan adventure: once in the Stone Temple and once in the Link Dungeon.
Majora's Mask

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Garo's Mask

The Garo's Mask gives its owner a more favorable relationship with the undead. Monsters like the ReDead will ignore anyone wearing this mask, and Garos Ninjas will offer advice when they see it.
Majora's Mask

Gasha Nut

A Gasha Nut is the fruit of a Gasha Tree. These mystical nuts can be harvested to reveal rare treasure. The more remote the Gasha Tree, the better the treasure.
Oracle of Ages , Oracle of Seasons>

Gasha Seed

Gasha Seeds are a common sight in Labrynna and Holodrum. When planted in a soft patch of soil, Gasha Seeds grow into Gasha Trees. The fruit of the Gasha Tree, the Gasha Nut, can be harvested to reveal rare treasure.
Oracle of Ages , Oracle of Seasons

Gasha Tree

Gasha Trees are grown from Gasha Seeds. The fruit of the Gasha Tree, the Gasha Nut, can be harvested to reveal rare treasure.
Oracle of Ages , Oracle of Seasons

Gekko

Gekkos are mean-spirited reptiles who are known to frequent the dark Temples found throughout Termina.
Majora's Mask

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Gel

Native to Koholint Island, Gels are the teeming offspring released by injured Zols.
Link's Awakening , Oracle of Ages , Oracle of Seasons , A Link to the Past / Four Swords

Geldarm

Found in the Desert, Geldarms are tall swaying enemies who keep their bodies hydrated by drinking the blood of other life forms.
The Adventure of Link

Genie

The Genie was the guardian of the Bottle Grotto, where Link recovered the Conch Horn on his quest to wake the Wind Fish. The Genie initially attacked from the safety of its bottle, until Link figured out how to shatter the vase.
Link's Awakening

Gerudo

The Gerudo warriors are primarily made up of beautiful women highly trained in the art of war. The only man ever allowed into their ranks was Ganondorf, who permanently soured the Gerudo's opinion of men. In Hyrule, the Gerudo make their home in the desert. In Termina, the reclusive race lives near the water.
Ocarina of Time , Majora's Mask

Gerudo Fortress

Carved into the mountain ridge that divides Hyrule Field and the sandy wasteland of the desert, the Gerudo Fortress is a maze of mesa dwellings linked together as an elaborate stronghold. The bastion is guarded by an elite squadron of Gerudo amazons who can strike a man down readily with their spears and sabers.
Ocarina of Time

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Gerudo Mask

Carved to resemble the face of a Gerudo, this comical mask allows its owner to masquerade as a female thief.
Ocarina of Time

Gerudo's Membership Card

A certificate which allows the holder unrestricted access to any Gerudo stronghold.
Ocarina of Time

Gerudo Training Ground

An intense obstacle course which is used to perfect the battle skills of Gerudo warriors. Visitors are allowed to test their skill on this course, but they must pay a small fee to enter.
Ocarina of Time

Ghini

See "Poe."

Ghost

See "Poe."

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Giant Bee

Giant Bees are Terminan insects which are generally harmless. If their hive is disturbed or if they feel threatened, though, they will attack with a painful sting.
Majora's Mask

Giant Buzz Blob

Link encountered the Giant Buzz Blob while exploring the Secret Dungeon on Koholint Island. This pile of flesh was similar to other blobby creatures found throughout Hyrule, but it had developed the ability to generate incredible amounts of static electricity which it used to stun its prey.
Link's Awakening

Giant Gel

See "Shadow Bot."

Giant Ghini

Giant Ghinis are huge one-eyed ghosts who haunt the Cemetery on Koholint Island.
Link's Awakening

Giant Goponga Flowers

Native to the Goponga Swamp on Koholint Island, Giant Goponga Flowers are hearty plants which dig their roots deep into the swampy soil. When fully grown, these plants can shoot poisonous spores in all directions.
Link's Awakening

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Giant Wallet

Even larger than the Adult Wallet, the Giant Wallet is big enough to hold up to 500 Rupees.
Ocarina of Time , Majora's Mask

Giant's Knife

The Giant's Knife is a large sword which at first appears powerful, but in fact is quite brittle.
Ocarina of Time

Giant's Mask

If its owner has enough magic power, the Giant's Mask will dramatically increase the size of the person wearing it. Link used the Giant's Mask to help him defeat Twinmold.
Majora's Mask

Gibdo

Gibdos are lost souls from forgotten ages who hate the living. Resembling mummies, these undead creatures will stalk any living creature for the purposes of dining on nourishing blood.
The Legend of Zelda , A Link to the Past , Link's Awakening , Ocarina of Time , Majora's Mask , Oracle of Ages , Oracle of Seasons , Four Swords Adventures , The Minish Cap

Gibdo's Mask

This useful mask allows its owner to masquerade as a mummified Gibdo. While wearing the Gibdo Mask, a person will not be attacked by unholy threats like the ReDead.
Majora's Mask

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Gilded Sword

The Gilded Sword is forged by the Mountain Smithy in Termina's Northern Mountain. The creation of this blade requires one Razor Sword, and one bottle of Gold Dust. Production of the Gilded Sword takes the Mountain Smithy about a day to complete.
Majora's Mask

Gleeock

Gleeock was a powerful two-headed dragon defeated by Link during his quest to recover the shattered pieces of the Triforce of Wisdom.
The Legend of Zelda

Gnat Hat

The amazing Gnat Hat allows its wearer to instantly shrink down to the size of a tiny gnat and back again.
A Link to the Past / Four Swords

Gohdan

Gohdan was the name of the mysterious creature whose duty it was to guard the Tower of the Gods.
Wind Waker

Gohma

Gohmas are crab-like creatures which confuse their prey by bouncing around in maddening patterns. They peer at their victims through a single eye, which is highly susceptible to attack.
The Legend of Zelda , A Link to the Past , Link's Awakening , Ocarina of Time , The Minish Cap

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Gohma Larvae

Gohma Larvae are the under-developed offspring of the late Queen Gohma. The Queen laid her eggs in well-traveled areas where potential food sources would wander past. Sensing the vibrations of their preyÕs footsteps, the Gohma Larvae would quickly hatch out of their eggs and coil for attack.
Ocarina of Time

Gohma

Gohma was the name of a giant creature which guarded the Dragon Roost Cavern on the Great Sea.
Wind Waker

Goht

Goht was the name of the masked mechanical monster who once guarded the legendary Snowhead Temple.
Majora's Mask

Gold Dust

Pure Gold Dust is used by the Mountain Smithy in Termina's Northern Mountain to forge the Gilded Sword.
Majora's Mask

Golden Leaves

The royal family of Koholint Island has passed down five Golden Leaves through countless generations to remind each new king of past struggles. The monarchy on Koholint eventually collapsed, but the Golden Leaves are still a treasured heirloom in the royal bloodline.
Link's Awakening

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Golden Feather

Link collected Golden Feathers from fallen enemies during his adventure on the Great Sea. Link exchanged 20 Golden Feathers with a guard in Rito village to obtain a Piece of Heart.
Wind Waker

Gold Scale

The power of the Gold Scale allows its owner to dive just as deeply as any Zora.
Ocarina of Time

Gold Skulltula

Gold Skulltulas are some of the nastiest, most vile creatures Link ever encountered. They were able to multiply at a rapid rate, causing them to appear in great numbers throughout Hyrule and Termina. Through some dark magic, they were tied to a horrifying curse which imprisoned human beings in the mutated bodies of spiders.
Ocarina of Time , Majora's Mask

Golden Gauntlets

The Golden Gauntlets can give a man the strength to move mountains. Link used the Golden Gauntlets during his first quest to thwart Ganon's evil plan to take over Hyrule.
Ocarina of Time

Golden Land

Also known as the Sacred Realm, the Golden Land is where the three Holy Goddesses chose to keep the Triforce. The Triforce remained safely stored in the Golden Land until Ganondorf forced his way in and tainted its magical power. The Golden Land was forever ruined, and became known as the Dark World.
Ocarina of Time

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Golden Sword

The Golden Sword is a magical blade created by a benevolent fairy in the Mysterious Pond. When a normal sword is thrown into the water, the fairy uses her ancient magic to create this powerful weapon with a gold-toned blade.
A Link to the Past

Gomess

Gomess was a once a powerful vampire who spent his days in the dark halls of the Stone Tower Temple. Surrounded by hundreds of blood-thirsty bats, Gomess was a very intimidating villain before Link ended his unnatural existence.
Majora's Mask

Gooma

Gooma was the guardian of the Palace on the Sea, where Link recovered one of the six Magic Crystal shards necessary to rouse Princess Zelda from her unnatural slumber.
The Adventure of Link

Goomba

Goombas are highly evolved fungus-based animals which scamper through musky dungeons in search of food. These creatures have been spotted only on Koholint Island.
Link's Awakening

Goponga Flower

Native to the Goponga Swamp on Koholint Island, Goponga Flowers are hearty plants which dig their roots deep into the swampy soil. They are not very threatening, but they make travel through some areas of the swamp nearly impossible. When full grown, they become known as Giant Goponga Flowers.
Link's Awakening

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Goponga Swamp

The Goponga Swamp is a dangerous area of Koholint Island inhabited by flesh-eating fish and aggressive carnivorous plants.
Link's Awakening

Goriya

Goriya are devilish creatures who use boomerangs as their primary weapons. They are about the same size as an average Hylian, and they emit a foul stench which precedes them wherever they go. More advanced Goriyas shoot fireballs, and some have perfected the art of mimicry to the point that they are nearly impossible to hit.
The Legend of Zelda , The Adventure of Link , A Link to the Past , Link's Awakening

Gorman

Gorman was the name of tall, bald man who once operated a circus which traveled throughout Termina.
Majora's Mask

Gorman Brothers

The Gorman Brothers are two shady characters who once owned and operated the now-infamous Gorman Track just off Milk Road in Termina. They tried to swindle Link during his Terminan adventure, but were totally unsuccessful.
Majora's Mask

Goron Bracelet

Once owned by the Goron ruler Darunia, the Goron Bracelet gives great strength to anyone who wears it. Darunia presented Link with the Goron Bracelet as a reward for easing his troubled mind.
Majora's Mask

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Goron City

Located near the top of Death Mountain, Goron City is home to thousands of hard-working Gorons. The Goron leader, Darunia, lives and works within the city walls.
Ocarina of Time

Goron Dungeon

The Goron Dungeon is one of the four mystical dungeons which Link explored while inside Termina's Moon.
Majora's Mask

Goron Elder

The term "elder" is not used lightly in Goron culture. Gorons live to be much older than Hylians, so it takes quite a while for a Goron to earn this respected title.
Majora's Mask

Goron Graveyard

Like most Terminans, the Gorons believed in burying their dead. The Goron Graveyard is reserved for the most honored Goron heroes, including the legendarily brave Goron named Darmani.
Majora's Mask

Goron Lullaby

During his Terminan quest, Link used this soothing melody to put the DaiGoron to sleep. According to ancient scrolls, the Lullaby Intro was played by pressing A, Right, Left, A, Right, Left. The complete Goron Lullaby was played by pressing A, Right, Left, A, Right, Left, Right, A.
Majora's Mask

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Goron Mask

In Hyrule, the Goron Mask is considered little more than a plaything. In Termina, the Goron Mask is a magical item which allows its owner to inhabit the body of Darmani, a hero of the Goron people.
Ocarina of Time , Majora's Mask

Goron Racetrack

Gorons are hard workers, but when they have time to relax they enjoy racing or watching each other race at their very own Goron Racetrack. The Gorons roll tightly into speedy wheel-like balls, then roll as fast as they can to the finish line.
Majora's Mask

Goron Shop

A small shop in Goron City which primarily sells Bombs.
Ocarina of Time

Goron Shrine

The Goron Shrine is a place of worship located in the center of Goron Village.
Majora's Mask

Goron Tunic

Fashioned from a sporty blend of Dodongo hide and Bomb Flower fibers, the Goron Tunic allowed Link to survive the intense heat generated within Death Mountain Crater.
Ocarina of Time

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Goron Village

In Termina, most Gorons live in the Northern Mountain, east of the Mountain Village. When Link first visited the Goron Village, an unnaturally long winter had caused many of its inhabitants to hibernate deep within the rocks. Luckily, Link was able to lift the icy curse and warm the hearts of the Goron villagers.
Majora's Mask

Gorons

Generally, the Gorons are a peaceful race who enjoy relaxation. They spend their time mining rocks, which serve as their primary source of food. Gorons can travel very quickly by rolling themselves into balls, but they prefer to sit around a fire and dance and sing. Gorons have cultivated structured civilizations in Hyrule as well as Termina.
Ocarina of Time , Majora's Mask , Oracle of Ages , Oracle of Seasons , Four Swords Adventures , The Minish Cap

Goron's Ruby

Goron's Ruby is a Spiritual Stone which, when combined with two others, was once able to open the door to the Golden Land in the Temple of Time. Link recovered the Goron's Ruby after defeating King Dodongo in Dodongo's Cavern.
Ocarina of Time

Goron's Sword

Link received a broken Goron's Sword from a carpenter near Gerudo Valley, which he took to Biggoron for repair. Once repaired, the Goron's Sword became known as the Biggoron's Sword.
Ocarina of Time

Gossip Shop

Located in the bottom-right corner of Kakariko Village, this mysterious location is where Link found a treasure chest to give to the man in the desert.
A Link to the Past

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Gossip Stones

See "Sheikah Stones."

Guay

Guay are most frequently found in the desert, but these small purple birds have been known to fly long distances in search of food and water. Though small, they are lightning-fast and able to swoop down on their victims before they are detected.
Ocarina of Time , Majora's Mask

Grandma

Link's grandmother who lived on the Great Sea was well aware of the legend of the Hero of Time. She was sad to see Link leave on such a dangerous journey, but she gave him a green tunic and a shield to speed him on his way.
Wind Waker

Grandma Ulriria

Grandma Ulriria was a kind old woman who lived in Mabe Village at the time Link paid his visit to Koholint Island. She played an important role in helping Link to find the Magnifying Glass.
Link's Awakening

Grandpa Ulriria

Grandpa Ulriria was an unusual old man who was the elder of Mabe Village when Link passed through. Link frequently asked Grandpa Ulriria for advice over the telephone.
Link's Awakening

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Grappling Hook

Link used the grappling hook to latch onto certain objects and swing from one place to another. While on his sailboat, Link could use the hook to create a crane which trolled for treasure beneath the sea.
Wind Waker

Graveyard

Hylians hold a great respect for the dead, and the traditional means of interment is burial. Graveyards played an important role in many of Link's quests, even when he traveled to the world of Termina.
The Legend of Zelda , A Link to the Past , Ocarina of Time , Majora's Mask , Four Swords Adventures , The Minish Cap

Great Bay Coast

The Great Bay Coast is located where Termina Field meets the Western Ocean. The land there is truly beautiful. Both Zoras and Pirates make their homes in the Great Bay Coast.
Majora's Mask

Great Bay Temple

The Great Bay Temple is a huge maze of one-way currents and frustrating dead ends. Link once struggled through this watery labyrinth to eliminate the gargantuan masked fish Gyorg.
Majora's Mask

Great Deku Tree

The magnificent Deku Tree, genesis of the Kokiri Forest, possessed one of the strongest spirits in all of Hyrule. When the Great Deku Tree fell ill, Link ventured inside the tree and removed the evil creatures which plagued it. Nevertheless, the spirit of the Great Deku Tree passed on shortly thereafter. Thankfully, the Deku Tree was able to produce an offspring just moments before its passing.
Ocarina of Time

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Great Deku Tree

Found in the Forest Haven on the Great Sea, the Great Deku Tree spoke wise words to Link during the young adventurer's quest to rescue his kidnapped sister.
Wind Waker

Great Fairies

Great Fairies are much older than normal fairies, and because of this they hold much greater magical power. Great Fairies are not seen very often, but when they do come into contact with Hylians they are exceedingly kind and mischievously playful.
A Link to the Past , Link's Awakening , Ocarina of Time , Majora's Mask , Oracle of Ages , Oracle of Seasons , Four Swords Adventures , The Minish Cap

Great Fairy Mask

The Great Fairy Mask detects the presence of Stray Fairies in dungeons and entices them to fly toward the person wearing the mask.
Majora's Mask

Great Fairy's Sword

The Great Fairy's Sword is one of the longest and sharpest blades Link has ever used in battle. In Termina, the Great Fairies rewarded Link with this magical weapon when he was able to return the many Stray Fairies scattered throughout the land.
Majora's Mask

Great Palace

Located in central Hyrule, the Great Palace was the final palace visited by Link during his quest to recover the shards of the Magic Crystal and rouse Princess Zelda from her unnatural slumber. Within the Palace walls, Link defeated Thunderbird and Dark Link.
The Adventure of Link

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Great Sea, The

Link sailed the Great Sea while on a quest to rescue his sister. Little did he know when he began his journey how important his adventure would become!
Wind Waker

Green Bubble

Green Bubbles are almost identical to Blue Bubbles, but their floating skulls are surrounded by a dangerous green flames. They usually appear in groups of two, and are not as mobile as their blue and red cousins.
Ocarina of Time

Green Potion

When ingested, Green Potions can replenish drained magical energy.
A Link to the Past , Ocarina of Time , Majora's Mask , Wind Waker

Green Shirt

See "Kokiri Tunic."

Grim Creeper

Link encountered the Grim Creeper while exploring the Eagle's Tower on Koholint Island. The Grim Creeper controlled six Battle Bats which he used to carry out his attacks. When his Bats were destroyed, the Grim Creeper gave up and disappeared somewhere within the Tower.
Link's Awakening

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Grog

Grog is the name of the man who tended to the Romani Ranch's cucco shack when Link visited Termina.
Majora's Mask

Guru-Guru

Guru-Guru is the name of a skilled organ-grinder who performed in a performance troupe in Termina.
Majora's Mask , Oracle of Ages , Oracle of Seasons , The Minish Cap

Gust Jar

While holding the magical Gust Jar, Link could suck up virtually anything in his path.
The Minish Cap

Gyorg

Gyorg is the name of a gargantuan masked fish which once fiercely guarded the Great Bay Temple in Termina's Great Bay Coast.
Majora's Mask

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