Gohma Larva

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Gohma Larva
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Threat

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Attacks

Ocarina of Time
1-4 Heart.png Contact
1-4 Heart.png Pounce
Cadence of Hyrule
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Effective
Weapons

Ocarina of Time
Fairy Slingshot
Sword
Cadence of Hyrule
Any offensive item or weapon.

Games

Location

Ocarina of Time
Inside the Deku Tree
Dodongo's Cavern (Master Quest)
Cadence of Hyrule
Lost Swamp
Hyrule Castle

Related

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Gohma Egg
When this egg hatches, a Gohma
Larva will be born.

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Gohma Larva
Look out when it gets ready to
pounce!

In Other Languages[show]
Language Name
Japan 日本語 幼生ゴーマ
France Française Larve Gohma
Spain Español Larva Gohma
Germany Deutsch Gohma-Baby
Italy Italiana Larva di Gohma

Gohma Larva are enemies found in Ocarina of Time and Cadence of Hyrule.

Ocarina of Time

Gohma Larva are small insects that appear in Ocarina of Time. They are the larva of a fully grown Gohma with a vulnerable center eye. They are found exclusively Inside the Deku Tree. They are usually found in eggs which hang on ceilings. If Link stands below them, their eggs fall down and hatch. If Link hits the eggs with the Fairy Slingshot, they will be completely destroyed. If one sees Link, its eye turns red and takes a big leap towards Link to pounce him. If Link hits it once, it cowardly runs away. If Link hits it twice, it will be defeated. If Link hits it once with a Deku Stick, it will be instantly defeated.

Cadence of Hyrule

This section describes a subject that is or may be outside the core Zelda canon.

In Cadence of Hyrule, Gohma Larva can be found in the Lost Swamp and Hyrule Castle during the boss battle with Octavo. Both Octavo and Gohmaracas can spawn them. They come in two variants, red and black, with the black variant having an additional HP. On their own, Gohma Larva pose very little threat, but if left alone their numbers can become overwhelming.

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