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The Legend of Zelda
Gels are a common enemy in The Legend of Zelda, though they are often seen after attacking a Zol. When a Zol is attacked with the original Sword, two Gels appear. They are one of the few enemies that can be defeated with the Boomerang, the other being Keese.
Link's Awakening and Oracle of Seasons
Gels appear when Link hits a red Zol with a weak weapon. They do not cause him any damage, but they do slow him down and prevent him from using weapons.
Oracle of Ages
- Main article: Color-Changing Gel
While standard Gel appear, just as they were in Link's Awakening and Oracle of Seasons, there are also special Color-Changing Gel. This special variant of the Gel has a way of changing its color to blend in with the background, making it more difficult for Link to spot where they are.
In Four Swords, Zol appear and if Link attacks them with his sword, he'll defeat them with a single hit. However, if he uses a weaker attack, such as hitting them with a Boomerang, they will split into two smaller Gel. Virtually every single weapon in the game will defeat a Gel with a single hit.
Four Swords Adventures
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The Minish Cap
The sprite of the Gel can be found in the game data of The Minish Cap. However, it is unused in the final release of the game. Like previous incarnations, two Gels appear when a Zol is attacked by Link.
Gels appear in most of the dungeons in Phantom Hourglass. They do not cause Link any damage, they just slow his movement, making it easier for him to be attacked.