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Practice Sword - 2 hits



Remlits are small, cat-like creatures found around Skyloft in Skyward Sword. They are typically seen as pets, and have large ears that can act like wings if needed to. During the day, these animals are friendly and innocent, until nightfall strikes in which they become enraged and try to attack Link.[1][2][3] It is said that many creatures, such as the Remlit, become possessed by evil forces during the night.[4]

During the day, Remlits will playfully follow Link around, and during the night, they will aggressively chase after Link and attack him. Link can pick up any Remlit and toss them off the edge of Skyloft. The Remlit will then use its wing-like ears to fly back to the surface of the floating island where it was originally found. Remlits are also impossible to kill. Link may attack them, however, they will run away and cower in fear if he does. If Link waits too long or gets too far, they will resume their normal behavior.

After Link succeeds in collecting enough Gratitude Crystals and transforming Batreaux into a human, there will be no more enemies at night in Skyloft. As such, Remlits will no longer transform into monsters.[5]

Notable Remlits



  1. "These small creatures inhabit Skyloft. They have friendly dispositions during the day, but can become aggressive at night. Approach with caution." — Fi, Skyward Sword.
  2. "Target lock: Remlit (Night)" — Fi, Skyward Sword.
  3. "Ahhh, I'm so glad Mia is safe. Such an odd creature, the Remlit. She may look cuddly now, but at night, it's another story entirely!
    Why? :At night?" — Instructor Horwell, Skyward Sword.
  4. "When night falls here in Skyloft, creatures like this Remlit become possessed by an evil force. And monsters that hide in caves during the day make their way out and prowl in the dark of night. That is why nobody dares to leave their home at night. Certainly not if they can avoid it. It might be fine for youngsters like you, well trained in the way of the knight. You can defend yourself! But still, it would be wise to keep your guard up when you're out and about after dark!" — Instructor Horwell, Skyward Sword.
  5. "These small animals dwell in Skyloft. Due to Batreaux's transformation into a human, they no longer exhibit aggressive tendencies at night." — Fi, Skyward Sword.