Buzz Blob

From Zelda Dungeon Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search
This article is a stub. You can help the Zelda Dungeon Wiki by expanding it.
Buzz Blob
Buzz Blob Fan Artwork by Alex MegaCaveman


Difficulty ON.gifDifficulty ON.gifDifficulty ON.gifDifficulty ON.gifDifficulty OFF.gifDifficulty OFF.gifDifficulty OFF.gifDifficulty OFF.gifDifficulty OFF.gifDifficulty OFF.gif


Link's Awakening
1 Heart.png Contact
1 Heart.png Shock


Link's Awakening
Sword - 4 hits
Seashell Sword - 2 hits
Boomerang - 1 hit
Bombs - 1 hit
Bow - 1 hit
Hook Shot - Freezes
Magic Rod - 1 hit
Pegasus Boots - 1 hit
Magic Powder - Transforms into Cukeman



A Link to the Past
Light World
Lost Woods
Link's Awakening


Buzz Blobs are recurring enemies from The Legend of Zelda series that are similar to ChuChus. Unlike some ChuChus from other Zelda games, if Link attacks them with the sword alone, he takes damage. An easy way to defeat them is to first stun them with the Boomerang or Hookshot then defeating it with the sword.

Using Magic Powder on a Buzz Blob causes it to transform into a more goofy-looking and talkative variant called Cukeman.


Link's Awakening

Buzz Blobs are strange green enemies made of goo. Electricity flows through their bodies, and Link will get shocked if making contact or attacking with the sword. Buzz Blobs will wander around randomly, and are not aggressive to Link. Using the boomerang, bow, or the magic rod are all effective methods of defeating a Buzz Blob. By sprinkling magic powder on a Buzz Blob it will turn into a Cukeman.

A Link Between Worlds

In A Link Between Worlds, Buzz Blobs are divided into two distinct enemies: Blobs and Buzz Blobs.


These enemies look exactly like Buzz Blobs in other games, though they have no electrical charge. They can be found almost anywhere in Hyrule, except for caves and dungeons. They can be easily defeated with the sword.

Buzz Blob

Buzz Blobs are cousins and stronger versions of regular Blobs. They appear wherever regular Blobs do, and cannot normally be defeated with the sword. To lower their defenses, Link can use the Tornado Rod on them, reverting them to Blobs for a limited time. The Lamp and Net can also be used to defeat them.

Tri Force Heroes

This section is a stub. You can help the Zelda Dungeon Wiki by expanding it.


Buzz Blob