The Wind Waker Enemies

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This is a list of enemies found in The Wind Waker.


Boko Baba

Main article: Boko Baba

Boko Babas are plant-like creatures that attack Link when he comes near them. They can't move out farther than their stems reach, so they are best defeated from a distance. Their Gulp attack varies in damage from ¼ heart to 2¼ hearts, although 1¼ heart damage happens most often. It can sometimes leave behind a Deku Stick, but most often it leaves behind a Boko Baba Seed.


Main article: Bokoblin

Bokoblins are recurring enemies in The Legend of Zelda series. They appear as humanoid creatures with long ears and come in a variety of colors. These enemies often wield weapons and attempt to attack Link if he comes within their range of sight.

Blue Bokoblin


This blue monster is the weakest of the Bokoblins, and it usually carries a Club or Stick. He can be found in Dungeons, pots, and platforms. He, like the rest of the Bokoblins, will drop a Joy Pendant when hit with a Grappling Hook. He is hesitant to attack, and can be defeated with most weapons that Link will receive.

Green Bokoblin


The green Bokoblin is the elite of the Bokoblins, carries a sword and shield, and takes a little more damage to defeat. He, like the rest of the Bokoblins, will drop a Joy Pendant when hit with a Grappling Hook. He is hesitant to attack, and can be defeated with most weapons that Link will receive.

Pink Bokoblin


The scouts of the Bokoblin group, these pink monsters are not traditionally found in dungeons as they scout the outside regions of the Great Sea. They are in much less population then their counterparts, and can usually be found floating on rafts.


Main article: ChuChu

Blue ChuChu

Main article: Blue ChuChu

The Blue ChuChu is the hardest to find in the game, with only 23 scattered around the ocean. They have an electric field around them much like the Yellow Chu, and can be defeated in many of the same ways. They drop the very valuable Blue Chu Jelly, which restores both Life and Magic.

Dark ChuChu

Main article: Dark ChuChu

The Dark ChuChu has the ability to divide itself to avoid attacks. Lure it into the light or reflect light off of a surface to onto them to turn them into stone. Pick them up and throw them in this state to defeat them. They can also be used to hold down switches.

Green ChuChu

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Main article: Green ChuChu

The Green ChuChu has a little more defense to it than the Red ChuChu, but at the same time is cowardly and will disappear into puddles. They give the Green Chu Jelly, which will revive Magic Power.

Red ChuChu

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Main article: Red ChuChu

The simplest ChuChu, they only take one hit to defeat. They drop the Red Chu Jelly when defeated, which restores Life.

Yellow ChuChu

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Main article: Yellow ChuChu

Yellow ChuChus are an electrified variety of the ChuChu. You can't attack them directly because you'll get shocked. Instead, stun them with your boomerang and then attack. They will drop either red or green chu jelly.


Main article: Kargaroc
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Kargarocs are the main aerial enemies of The Wind Waker, they can be found just about anywhere of the Great Sea. They serve as transportation for some of the monsters through out Wind Waker, such as Bokoblins and Moblins. It takes two hits to defeat them with the Hero's Sword and one hit to defeat them with the Master Sword. Golden Feathers are their main dropped items, Link can collect 20 of them and give them to Hoskit for 100 Rupees and a Piece of Heart.


Main article: Miniblin

Miniblins are the weakest of the enemies in The Wind Waker, they can be mostly found in the Forsaken Fortress, other locations are Outset Island, Star Island, and Caves. Being the weakest of the bunch, they can always be taken out in one hit.


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Main article: Peahat

These aerial enemies main habitat are the Forbidden Woods. They can usually be found in groups of two or three and their main dropped items are the Golden Feathers. Some of the ways of defeating them are using either the Deku Leaf to stun them and hit them with your sword or cut off their propellers with the Boomerang and hit the them with it, but the easiest way of destroying them is either shoot them with the Hero's Bow or the Hookshot.


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Main article: Rat

Rats' main habitat of The Wind Waker is the Forsaken Fortress. Rats attack can make Link lose some of his Rupees and get they can get a chance to steal them. Link can place All-Purpose Bait by a hole and a Rat will sell Link Potions and other items.

Real Bombchu

Main article: Real Bombchu

Real Bombchus' main habitat of The Wind Waker is the Forsaken Fortress. Real Bombchu's main way of attack is throwing Bombs at Link. Link can place All-Purpose Bait by a hole and a Real Bombchu will sell Link Potions and other items.

Great Sea


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Main article: Warship

Big Octo

Main article: Big Octo


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Main article: Gyorg


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Main article: Octorok


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Main article: Seahat



Main article: Armos

Armos Knight

Main article: Armos Knight


Main article: Beamos

Blade Trap

Main article: Blade Trap


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Main article: Bubble


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Main article: Darknut

Fire Keese

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Main article: Fire Keese


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Main article: Floormaster


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Main article: Keese


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Main article: Magtail


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Main article: Moblin


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Main article: Morth


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Main article: Mothula


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Main article: Poe


Main article: ReDead


Main article: Stalfos


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Main article: Dexivine


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Main article: Wizzrobe


Main article: Vine