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|uses = Blows gusts of air for various purposes
 
|uses = Blows gusts of air for various purposes
 
|game = ''[[The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap|The Minish Cap]]''
 
|game = ''[[The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap|The Minish Cap]]''
|sim = [[Deku Leaf]]<br>[[Whirlwind]]<br>[[Gust Bellow]]
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|sim = [[Deku Leaf]]<br>[[Whirlwind]]<br>[[Gust Bellows]]
 
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The idea of the Gust Jar is brought back in a different way in ''[[The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword|Skyward Sword]]'', where the [[Gust Bellows]] make an appearance.
 
The idea of the Gust Jar is brought back in a different way in ''[[The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword|Skyward Sword]]'', where the [[Gust Bellows]] make an appearance.
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{{Cat|The Minish Cap Items}}
 
{{Cat|The Minish Cap Items}}

Revision as of 19:38, October 18, 2012

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The Gust Jar is a unique item found in The Minish Cap. It resembles a blue jar as seen in many of the other titles only with tiny wings on the rim that rotate upon use. The Gust Jar is found in the Deepwood Shrine after defeating the mini-boss of this first dungeon. It has the ability suck up pots, certain items and enemies. Though it does not deal damage directly, it is very useful for battle tactics such as de-arming a Helmasaur, making it weak to sword attacks. Many puzzles in The Minish Cap require the use of this item. It is used to defeat the boss of the dungeon along with the mini-boss of the Temple of Droplets.

The idea of the Gust Jar is brought back in a different way in Skyward Sword, where the Gust Bellows make an appearance.