Wand of Gamelon Enemies
Below, you'll find a enemy guide, listing all of enemies that appear in the game, along with their different variations.

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Ache Acheman Arpagos Bago-Bago Boon Bot Darknut Diara
Dodongo Fire Barrels Ghini Gleeok Head Gohma Goriya Kargarok Keese
Moa Moblin Octorok Piranha Rocks Skulltula Snail Spikes
Stalfos Stone Statue Tinsuit Vire Wallmaster Warthog Zola

Ache
Location:
Aru Ainu
Sakado
Kobitan
Ahitaru
Washubi Swamp
Hanyu Forest
The Fairy Pond
Gohiyan Ship
Tykogi Tower
Dordung Cave
Shutoy Lake
Dodamai Palace
Nokani Forest
Shrine of Gamelon
Reesong Palace
Threat:
Attacks:
Contact
Health:
1 Sword Slash/Beam
Description:
 - Ache are large bat-like enemies that fly towards Zelda. They move rather slowly but will come swooping down and try to fly into her. Aches, much like Vires in the game, move very slowly and are easy to defeat. One simple sword slash will get rid of these pesky enemies. Aches are usually endless in the number that appear, and each time one does pop up, it will give Zelda a green ruby as a reward. Thus, defeating a number of them in a row is a great way to quickly accumulate rubies.
Ache
Acheman
Location:
Aru Ainu
Sakado
Kobitan
Ahitaru
Washubi Swamp
Hanyu Forest
The Fairy Pond
Gohiyan Ship
Tykogi Tower
Dordung Cave
Shutoy Lake
Dodamai Palace
Nokani Forest
Shrine of Gamelon
Reesong Palace
Threat:
Attacks:
Contact
Health:
1 Sword Slash/Beam
Description:
 - An acheman wields a boomerang and will toss it towards Zelda. The boomerang comes out rather quickly and can be somewhat difficult to avoid. Try dodging the boomerang and get as close as possible to deliver a single sword slash which will defeat an acheman. Acheman leaves behind a valuable blue ruby each time they are defeated.
Acheman
Arpagos
Location:
Aru Ainu
Sakado
Kobitan
Ahitaru
Washubi Swamp
Hanyu Forest
The Fairy Pond
Gohiyan Ship
Tykogi Tower
Dordung Cave
Shutoy Lake
Dodamai Palace
Nokani Forest
Shrine of Gamelon
Reesong Palace
Threat:
Attacks:
Contact
Health:
1 Sword Slash/Beam
Description:
 - Arpagos are red flying creatures that will come swiping down trying to hit Zelda. They are some of the annoying enemies in the game as they swoop down at different height levels, making it hard to judge where they need to be hit. In order to defeat arpagos, Zelda must jump and slash her well timed sword. Arpagos will often times travel in groups, so it suggested that you quickly enter a building if there is a group of them, or defeat them one at a time as they appear. Arpagos will always leave red rubies behind. After saving the chef from Tykogi Tower, Zelda can purchase a loaf of bread in Sakado. When bread is used, arpagos will flock towards the bread as opposed to coming after Zelda.
Arpagos
Bago-Bago
Location:
Aru Ainu
Sakado
Kobitan
Ahitaru
Washubi Swamp
Hanyu Forest
The Fairy Pond
Gohiyan Ship
Tykogi Tower
Dordung Cave
Shutoy Lake
Dodamai Palace
Nokani Forest
Shrine of Gamelon
Reesong Palace
Threat:
Attacks:
Contact
Health:
1 Sword Slash/Beam
Description:
 - These flying fish creatures appear in just one room in the entire game, found within Reesong Palace. They fly on screen and will simply try to fly into Zelda. Since they have a short, yet wide body, they can be annoying to hit, as you must strike them with a direct hit to the face. Bago-Bago will continuously spawn in the room and fly towards Zelda. If you do happen to defeat one of them, it will leave behind a valuable blue ruby. Unfortunately, bago-bago don't travel alone and the room will quickly fill up with other enemies as well, so whenever possible, just try to avoid these creatures.
Bago-Bago
Boon
Location:
Aru Ainu
Sakado
Kobitan
Ahitaru
Washubi Swamp
Hanyu Forest
The Fairy Pond
Gohiyan Ship
Tykogi Tower
Dordung Cave
Shutoy Lake
Dodamai Palace
Nokani Forest
Shrine of Gamelon
Reesong Palace
Threat:
Attacks:
Contact
Health:
1 Sword Slash/Beam
Description:
 - Boon are bee like enemies that will fly around in desert like areas. They come swooping towards Zelda, simply trying to fly right into her. While they do come at various angles, their somewhat large size makes them fairly easy targets for Zelda's sword. A single sword slash will defeat them. Be careful though, as wherever you see a single boon, many more are soon to follow, so try to defeat them before they can gang up on you. Boon will also leave behind a single red ruby as a spoil once they have been defeated.
Boon
Bot
Location:
Aru Ainu
Sakado
Kobitan
Ahitaru
Washubi Swamp
Hanyu Forest
The Fairy Pond
Gohiyan Ship
Tykogi Tower
Dordung Cave
Shutoy Lake
Dodamai Palace
Nokani Forest
Shrine of Gamelon
Reesong Palace
Threat:
Attacks:
Contact
Health:
1 Sword Slash/Beam
Description:
 - Bots are small blue creatures that are found in area where there are plenty of trees. They patrol small areas as they move in the same pattern. Much like the enemies snails, Bots can be incredibly annoying due to their small stature. In cases where they are lower than Zelda, they will be impossible to defeat. Furthermore, if one hits Zelda, because of the lack of recovery time, they can easily do multiple hearts of damage towards Zelda. Many times bots are in high trees patrolling isolated branches. In these cases they can be defeated from a distance using the sword beam attack. In most cases, if possible, it is best just to avoid confronting a bot.
Bot
Darknut
Location:
Aru Ainu
Sakado
Kobitan
Ahitaru
Washubi Swamp
Hanyu Forest
The Fairy Pond
Gohiyan Ship
Tykogi Tower
Dordung Cave
Shutoy Lake
Dodamai Palace
Nokani Forest
Shrine of Gamelon
Reesong Palace
Threat:
Attacks:
Contact
Health:
1 Sword Slash/Beam
Description:
 - Darknut patrol areas and wield large swords and shields. They have a full body of armor and can be quite difficult to defeat. It takes numerous sword slashes to penetrate the thick armor of the darknut. Keep your distance and shoot beam attacks towards the darknut. Alternatively, you can use a bomb to defeat the darknut. Darknuts, even though they are rare and sturdy enemies, they will only leave Zelda with a spoil of a single red ruby.
Darknut
Diara
Location:
Aru Ainu
Sakado
Kobitan
Ahitaru
Washubi Swamp
Hanyu Forest
The Fairy Pond
Gohiyan Ship
Tykogi Tower
Dordung Cave
Shutoy Lake
Dodamai Palace
Nokani Forest
Shrine of Gamelon
Reesong Palace
Threat:
Attacks:
Contact
Health:
1 Sword Slash/Beam
Description:
 - Daira wield large axes and will try to harm Zelda with them. There are two types of Daira, ones that are stationary, and others that run. The Walking Daira are fairly simply enemies as they will simply walk straight towards Zelda, trying to smash her with their Axe. You can defeat a Daira with a simple sword slash while standing straight up or while kneeling. Stationary Daira on the other hand stand in one spot instead of moving towards Zelda. Rather than swinging their Axe, this Daira variant will toss the axe towards Zelda. Furthermore if Zelda is at a higher level, the Axe will be tossed in an upward direction. One way to defend against the axe throw is to stand still and block it with your shield. If you are quick enough to react, you can jump over the axe that is tossed your way.

Most walking Daira will leave behind a red ruby, while their stationary counterparts will leave behind a more valuable green ruby. Walking daira will often times show up in packs and are also regularly found together with arpagos. There are an unlimited number of daira as they will keep appearing. On the flipside, there are a set number of stationary ones in fixed locations of certain levels.
Diara
Dodongo
Location:
Aru Ainu
Sakado
Kobitan
Ahitaru
Washubi Swamp
Hanyu Forest
The Fairy Pond
Gohiyan Ship
Tykogi Tower
Dordung Cave
Shutoy Lake
Dodamai Palace
Nokani Forest
Shrine of Gamelon
Reesong Palace
Threat:
Attacks:
Contact
Health:
1 Sword Slash/Beam
Description:
 - Dodongo's can be quite deadly. They will walk slowly up to you and deliver a head smash, nailing you with his spiky horn on top of its nose. This will take a full heart of damage and the recovery time is little to none between hits. The key to defeating the dodongo, is to kneel and slash a few times, and then quickly retreat. Keep going in and out, hitting the dodongo 2-3 times each time, while avoid his horn.
Dodongo
Fire Barrels
Location:
Aru Ainu
Sakado
Kobitan
Ahitaru
Washubi Swamp
Hanyu Forest
The Fairy Pond
Gohiyan Ship
Tykogi Tower
Dordung Cave
Shutoy Lake
Dodamai Palace
Nokani Forest
Shrine of Gamelon
Reesong Palace
Threat:
Attacks:
Contact
Health:
1 Sword Slash/Beam
Description:
 - These massive fire barrels role fairly quickly and can be devastating to Zelda. They will take away two full hearts upon contact and they are really hard to avoid. The barrels will role normally, but once they fall near Zelda, they will attack swiftly towards her. If the ground is relatively level, then you can jump over these barrels with a perfectly timed jump. However, using the magic cloak is a more efficient, while also being a more expensive way of avoiding taking damage. Furthermore, fire barrels will keep appearing from their spawn point, so you need to progress rapidly through the level to avoid them. Fire barrels cannot be defeated with any of your attacks.
FireBarrels
Ghini
Location:
Aru Ainu
Sakado
Kobitan
Ahitaru
Washubi Swamp
Hanyu Forest
The Fairy Pond
Gohiyan Ship
Tykogi Tower
Dordung Cave
Shutoy Lake
Dodamai Palace
Nokani Forest
Shrine of Gamelon
Reesong Palace
Threat:
Attacks:
Contact
Health:
1 Sword Slash/Beam
Description:
 - Ghini are ghost like enemies that will appear from various portions of the screen and try to fly towards Zelda. If you are fighting one straight on, it is very difficult to defeat it without harming yourself. The beam blade works best if you have full power, but if not, try to avoid these ghost-like enemies at all ghosts. If they did fly towards you and are successfully jump to a higher platform or drop-down below, then the ghini will completely miss you. Unlike many other enemies, ghini lack the intelligence to turn around. There are white and green variants of the ghini, but they are identical to one another. If you must confront them head on, the best way to defeat them without taking damage is a well timed jump and sword slash, hitting the ghini in its head before it can make contact with you.
Ghini
Gleeok Head
Location:
Aru Ainu
Sakado
Kobitan
Ahitaru
Washubi Swamp
Hanyu Forest
The Fairy Pond
Gohiyan Ship
Tykogi Tower
Dordung Cave
Shutoy Lake
Dodamai Palace
Nokani Forest
Shrine of Gamelon
Reesong Palace
Threat:
Attacks:
Contact
Health:
1 Sword Slash/Beam
Description:
 - A gleeok head moves up and down fairly rapidly, while shooting fireballs straight ahead. Zelda can deflect the fireballs with her shield. Try your best to avoid the fireballs that the gleeok head shoots out and hit the head with a single sword beam. Since the head moves rapidly, it might be hard to hit him with a sword beam, in which case you'll need to get up close and deliver a sword slash. Gleeok heads do not provide and spoils once they have been defeated.
Gleeok Head
Gohma
Location:
Aru Ainu
Sakado
Kobitan
Ahitaru
Washubi Swamp
Hanyu Forest
The Fairy Pond
Gohiyan Ship
Tykogi Tower
Dordung Cave
Shutoy Lake
Dodamai Palace
Nokani Forest
Shrine of Gamelon
Reesong Palace
Threat:
Attacks:
Contact
Health:
1 Sword Slash/Beam
Description:
 - Gohma are fairly large orange enemies with four legs and a massive eye. They will pace around the on the ground, trying to walk right into Zelda. Gohma aren't overly powerful, but they are very sturdy, and will take a number of sword slashes to defeat. The more efficient way is to toss a single bomb at Gohma, as it will defeat it instantaneously. Gohma will always leave behind a blue ruby, worth 10 rubies, so even using a single expensive bomb is worth it to defeat one of them.
Gohma
Goriya
Location:
Aru Ainu
Sakado
Kobitan
Ahitaru
Washubi Swamp
Hanyu Forest
The Fairy Pond
Gohiyan Ship
Tykogi Tower
Dordung Cave
Shutoy Lake
Dodamai Palace
Nokani Forest
Shrine of Gamelon
Reesong Palace
Threat:
Attacks:
Contact
Health:
1 Sword Slash/Beam
Description:
 - Goriya are stationary enemies who kneel down and try to toss boomerangs towards Zelda. Goriya's have the ability to toss boomerangs at an angle as well, but they cannot toss them directly downward. The boomerang can be difficult to avoid, but since they are stationary enemies, they are rather simple to defeat. A single sword slash or sword beam will defeat the goriya. Goriya will always leave behind a green ruby as a spoil once they have been defeated.
Goriya
Kargarok
Location:
Aru Ainu
Sakado
Kobitan
Ahitaru
Washubi Swamp
Hanyu Forest
The Fairy Pond
Gohiyan Ship
Tykogi Tower
Dordung Cave
Shutoy Lake
Dodamai Palace
Nokani Forest
Shrine of Gamelon
Reesong Palace
Threat:
Attacks:
Contact
Health:
1 Sword Slash/Beam
Description:
 - Kargarok appear in two different colors, red and purple. They appear on the edge of the screen and fly fairly rapidly towards Zelda. Since they often times come from higher or lower angles, they can be a nuisance to defeat. They do move fairly rapidly as well, and if they do it Zelda they will quickly turn around and come in for another hit. Kargarok often times travel in groups of two, so try defeating them as soon as they appear to avoid being overrun by enemies. One sword slash will defeat these flying creatures. Unfortunately, they do not leaving any spoils for Zelda.
Kargarok
Keese
Location:
Aru Ainu
Sakado
Kobitan
Ahitaru
Washubi Swamp
Hanyu Forest
The Fairy Pond
Gohiyan Ship
Tykogi Tower
Dordung Cave
Shutoy Lake
Dodamai Palace
Nokani Forest
Shrine of Gamelon
Reesong Palace
Threat:
Attacks:
Contact
Health:
1 Sword Slash/Beam
Description:
 - These pesky bats are found mostly inside of caves and other indoor areas. They will flap around and try to run into Zelda. Much like other enemies, their attacks can be devastating as the short recovery time could make a simply attack take several hearts of damage. In most cases, even after defeating a keese, more will come from the sides of the screen. Unfortunately, keese often times come from various angles and it can be tough to judge where you need to slash. You definitely want to get rid of keese if they are directly in your way, but if at all possible, avoid them.
Keese
Moa
Location:
Aru Ainu
Sakado
Kobitan
Ahitaru
Washubi Swamp
Hanyu Forest
The Fairy Pond
Gohiyan Ship
Tykogi Tower
Dordung Cave
Shutoy Lake
Dodamai Palace
Nokani Forest
Shrine of Gamelon
Reesong Palace
Threat:
Attacks:
Contact
Health:
1 Sword Slash/Beam
Description:
 - Are flying eye creatures that try to fly into Zelda. They usually appear in numbers and because of their small height, can be quite the nuisance. They aren't very powerful, but with little recovery time, they can be deadly if they swarm Zelda as a pack. Moa can be defeated with a single sword slash or sword beam. Unfortunately these eye-like enemies do not leave any goodies once they have been defeated.
Moa
Moblin
Location:
Aru Ainu
Sakado
Kobitan
Ahitaru
Washubi Swamp
Hanyu Forest
The Fairy Pond
Gohiyan Ship
Tykogi Tower
Dordung Cave
Shutoy Lake
Dodamai Palace
Nokani Forest
Shrine of Gamelon
Reesong Palace
Threat:
Attacks:
Contact
Health:
1 Sword Slash/Beam
Description:
 - Moblins wield long spears and will try to attack Zelda with them. There are two different variants of moblins, stationary ones, and others that walk towards Zelda. The stationary Moblins will kneel down and toss their spears towards Zelda. If Zelda is above or below the moblin, the spear will be tossed on an angle. The spears can be rather tricky to deflect, but they can in fact be blocked with Zelda's shield. The pattern for these moblins is that they will toss three spears in a row, then there will be a few second gap, and then three more spears will be thrown. During this gap, quickly run up to the moblin and slash at it once with your sword. Some of these stationary moblins will leave red rubies, while others leave green ones, depending on their location. These stationary moblins can often times be found in groups of more than one, making it very difficult to get passed them without getting hit.

Walking moblins also wield spears and will simply walk up to Zelda and try to toss the spears at her her. These fellows are quite large targets and one simple sword slash will defeat them. They often times will appear in packs, with several of them appearing at once. Be careful as sometimes multiple moblins appear at the same time and their game sprites are right behind each other, at which it appears there is only one, but there are actually two. Most moblins of this variant leave behind a red ruby, but certain ones will leave behind more valuable green rubies.
Moblin
Octorok
Location:
Aru Ainu
Sakado
Kobitan
Ahitaru
Washubi Swamp
Hanyu Forest
The Fairy Pond
Gohiyan Ship
Tykogi Tower
Dordung Cave
Shutoy Lake
Dodamai Palace
Nokani Forest
Shrine of Gamelon
Reesong Palace
Threat:
Attacks:
Contact
Health:
1 Sword Slash/Beam
Description:
 - Octorok's are rather large octopus like creatures. They will shoot rocks out of their mouth towards Zelda. Octorok's will patrol small areas, but will always turn towards Zelda when she is nearby. They have rather large defense, so it takes multiple sword slashes to defeat them. A better method is to toss a single bomb towards the octorok to defeat it. Octorok's will always leave behind a valuable blue ruby as their spoil.
Octorok
Piranha
Location:
Aru Ainu
Sakado
Kobitan
Ahitaru
Washubi Swamp
Hanyu Forest
The Fairy Pond
Gohiyan Ship
Tykogi Tower
Dordung Cave
Shutoy Lake
Dodamai Palace
Nokani Forest
Shrine of Gamelon
Reesong Palace
Threat:
Attacks:
Contact
Health:
1 Sword Slash/Beam
Description:
 - Piranha's live in the water and will jump out towards in some places where Zelda is trying to cross a body of water. Usually they appear at a time in which Zelda can do little to nothing to avoid being hit. Just quickly react and slash away with your sword immediately so that you can defeat the piranha on its first appearance. While it is almost impossible to avoid getting hit by piranha's, defeating them when they pop out is still effective so they cannot harm Zelda a second time.
Piranha
Rocks
Location:
Aru Ainu
Sakado
Kobitan
Ahitaru
Washubi Swamp
Hanyu Forest
The Fairy Pond
Gohiyan Ship
Tykogi Tower
Dordung Cave
Shutoy Lake
Dodamai Palace
Nokani Forest
Shrine of Gamelon
Reesong Palace
Threat:
Attacks:
Contact
Health:
1 Sword Slash/Beam
Description:
 - Rocks come in multiple variations, but they all serve the same basic purpose. They'll fall from up top with the intent of trying to harm Zelda. Most rocks do fall quite randomly, so just be weary, keeping a quick reaction time once you see a rock appear. They often times appear in bunches and can be hard to avoid as they fall rather quickly. Falling rocks are endless and there is no way to defeat individual rocks, so just try to avoid them so you do not take damage.
Rocks
Skulltula
Location:
Aru Ainu
Sakado
Kobitan
Ahitaru
Washubi Swamp
Hanyu Forest
The Fairy Pond
Gohiyan Ship
Tykogi Tower
Dordung Cave
Shutoy Lake
Dodamai Palace
Nokani Forest
Shrine of Gamelon
Reesong Palace
Threat:
Attacks:
Contact
Health:
1 Sword Slash/Beam
Description:
 - These spider-like enemies will crawl around on their legs, moving quickly trying to walk into Zelda. They will usually just patrol a certain area, but if Zelda gets close by, they'll walk towards her. They do move rather slowly though, and thus, are quite easy to defeat. Just deliver a single sword slash or sword beam to get rid of them. Certain skulltula will leave behind a valuable green ruby as a reward, will others will leave you empty handed.
Skulltula
Snail
Location:
Aru Ainu
Sakado
Kobitan
Ahitaru
Washubi Swamp
Hanyu Forest
The Fairy Pond
Gohiyan Ship
Tykogi Tower
Dordung Cave
Shutoy Lake
Dodamai Palace
Nokani Forest
Shrine of Gamelon
Reesong Palace
Threat:
Attacks:
Contact
Health:
1 Sword Slash/Beam
Description:
 - Snails can be found crawling on top of tree branches. These tiny enemies are very hard to defeat because of their small stature. Even when they are on a level ground, kneeling and swinging your sword will not do the trick since they are too short. Instead, you'll have to ensure that they are on a higher ground and then swing your sword. In some cases this is impossible so they just need to be avoided. It is best to defeat them in the distance when at all possible by using your sword beam attack. If you must, bombs are also an effective way of defeat snails. Due to the lack of recovery time, a simple snail can take away several heart pieces almost instantaneously if they get too close to you.
Snail
Spikes
Location:
Aru Ainu
Sakado
Kobitan
Ahitaru
Washubi Swamp
Hanyu Forest
The Fairy Pond
Gohiyan Ship
Tykogi Tower
Dordung Cave
Shutoy Lake

Nokani Forest
Shrine of Gamelon
Threat:
Attacks:
Contact
Health:
1 Sword Slash/Beam
Description:
 - Much like rocks, spikes fall from above and they will try to harm Zelda. Spikes are found in set locations and these are usually always indoors. Spikes fall in precise patterns. Be patient to find the pattern, and then move quickly to avoid being hit. At times, there are entire areas filled with spikes, and they can be quite difficult to avoid. Using the magic cloak is an expensive, yet safe way to avoid taking much damage from spikes. Much like their rock counterparts, spikes cannot be defeated.
Spikes
Stalfos
Location:
Aru Ainu
Sakado
Kobitan
Ahitaru
Washubi Swamp
Hanyu Forest
The Fairy Pond
Gohiyan Ship
Tykogi Tower
Dordung Cave
Shutoy Lake
Dodamai Palace
Nokani Forest
Shrine of Gamelon
Reesong Palace
Threat:
Attacks:
Contact
Health:
1 Sword Slash/Beam
Description:
 - These skeleton creatures wield two swords and will try to walk right up to Zelda, and slash at her with them. The attacks are incredibly slow and are very weak, making the stalfos one of simplest enemies to defeat in the game. While they don't really travel in packs too often, they do tend to respawn. Just simply slash your sword once at the skeleton and it will be defeated. Stalfos will almost always leave a single red ruby behind as a reward.
Stalfos
Stone Statue
Location:
Aru Ainu
Sakado
Kobitan
Ahitaru
Washubi Swamp
Hanyu Forest
The Fairy Pond
Gohiyan Ship
Tykogi Tower
Dordung Cave
Shutoy Lake
Dodamai Palace
Nokani Forest
Shrine of Gamelon
Reesong Palace
Threat:
Attacks:
Contact
Health:
1 Sword Slash/Beam
Description:
 - These statue heads move in a circular form and will shoot fireballs towards Zelda. There are only two of them that appear in the entire game and they are in the same room within Reesong Palace. The first statue can be defeated with a number of sword slashes, but it gives off no reward and will immediately respawn. Thus, there is very little reason to take the time to defeat these fellows. Since they appear with a number of other enemies in the same room, it is best to try to quickly maneuver through the room, avoiding the fireballs as best that you can. A second stone statue can be found in this same room, and it can easily be defeated with a single bomb. This second stone statue will not respawn and it will leave behind a key once it has been defeated.
Stone Statue
Tinsuit
Location:
Aru Ainu
Sakado
Kobitan
Ahitaru
Washubi Swamp
Hanyu Forest
The Fairy Pond
Gohiyan Ship
Tykogi Tower
Dordung Cave
Shutoy Lake
Dodamai Palace
Nokani Forest
Shrine of Gamelon
Reesong Palace
Threat:
Attacks:
Contact
Health:
1 Sword Slash/Beam
Description:
 - These iron clad enemies carry large spears and will try to hit Zelda with them. There only attack is to slowly walk up to Zelda and strike her with the spear. Some tinsuits do have plenty of health though as it will take three sword attacks to defeat a tinsuit. However, if you want to play it safe, a single bomb will also defeat an iron knuckle. If you are somehow able to sneak behind the tinsuit, just a single sword slash to its back will defeat him. However, some tinsuits it seems can be defeated in one hit when hit from the front. Tinsuits will leave behind a green ruby as a spoil once they have been defeated.
Tinsuit
Vire
Location:
Aru Ainu
Sakado
Kobitan
Ahitaru
Washubi Swamp
Hanyu Forest
The Fairy Pond
Gohiyan Ship
Tykogi Tower
Dordung Cave
Shutoy Lake
Dodamai Palace
Nokani Forest
Shrine of Gamelon
Reesong Palace
Threat:
Attacks:
Contact
Health:
1 Sword Slash/Beam
Description:
 - Vire are fairly large dragon enemies that fly towards Zelda. While their green appearance makes them look frightening, their attacks are not too strong. In fact, a vire's only attack is simply flying right into Zelda. They move rather slowly, and their large targets make them rather easy to defeat. One sword beam or sword slash will take care of them. Since they are often times found in areas that require Zelda to jump around, it is best to defeat them as soon as they appear.
Vire
Wallmaster
Location:
Aru Ainu
Sakado
Kobitan
Ahitaru
Washubi Swamp
Hanyu Forest
The Fairy Pond
Gohiyan Ship
Tykogi Tower
Dordung Cave
Shutoy Lake
Dodamai Palace
Nokani Forest
Shrine of Gamelon
Reesong Palace
Threat:
Attacks:
Contact
Health:
1 Sword Slash/Beam
Description:
 - Wallmasters appear in the background through small holes. They will reach their hand out of the hole in the wall and try to hit Zelda. They cannot be defeated and should be avoided whenever possible. Using ropes to climb to higher ledges is the best way to stay away from these creatures.
Wallmaster
Warthog
Location:
Aru Ainu
Sakado
Kobitan
Ahitaru
Washubi Swamp
Hanyu Forest
The Fairy Pond
Gohiyan Ship
Tykogi Tower
Dordung Cave
Shutoy Lake
Dodamai Palace
Nokani Forest
Shrine of Gamelon
Reesong Palace
Threat:
Attacks:
Contact
Health:
1 Sword Slash/Beam
Description:
 - These fellows will walk around on the ground in a single direction and try to walk into you. They have no primary attack other than simply making contact with Zelda. However, this can be quite devastating as there is no recovery time between hits. Warthogs can also be very frustrating to defeat as depending on the height of the ground, they could be impossible to hit from some angles. Avoid Warthogs whenever possible, but you must battle them make sure they are slightly higher than you so that you can slash at them with your sword. Warthogs will not give any ruby rewards at all once they are defeated.
Warthog
Zola
Location:
Aru Ainu
Sakado
Kobitan
Ahitaru
Washubi Swamp
Hanyu Forest
The Fairy Pond
Gohiyan Ship
Tykogi Tower
Dordung Cave
Shutoy Lake
Dodamai Palace
Nokani Forest
Shrine of Gamelon
Reesong Palace
Threat:
Attacks:
Contact
Health:
1 Sword Slash/Beam
Description:
 - Zola are creatures that are found exclusively in the water. They move around in the water, but when Zelda draws near, they will turn their attention towards her. They face Zelda and spit out rocks out of their mouth towards Zelda. These rocks can be deflected with Zelda's shield, but they are best just avoided by moving from side to side. Since zola appear in water, there is an additional hazard of falling into the water. Thus, zola are best defeated from a distance whenever possible. Bombs work well, but a sword beam attack will defeat zola in one hit.
Zola