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Revision as of 23:10, February 10, 2013

Iron Mask
Iron Mask from Link's Awakening

Effective
Weapons

Sword
Bomb
Hookshot (Link's Awakening)
Switch Hook (Oracle of Ages)
Magnetic Gloves (Oracle of Seasons)

Games

Location

Various

Iron Mask is a very similar enemy to the Helmasaur and these creatures are featured in Link's Awakening, Oracle of Seasons, and Oracle of Ages.

Link's Awakening

They have red bodies and white masks and are found in Angler's Tunnel, Catfish's Maw, and Eagle's Tower. They can be defeated by delivering a sword slash to their backside, but even easier than that, their masks removed through the use of the Hookshot. Once their mask is removed they can be dispatched with a simple sword slash. The Iron Masks only attack is to come in contact with Link, in which it will do a half a heart of damage.

Oracle of Seasons

Virtually identical to their Link's Awakening counterpart, Link can defeat the Iron Mask in the same fashion. The Magnetic Gloves can be used to pull off the mask, in which the enemy becomes more easy to defeat

Oracle of Ages

Much like in Link's Awakening and Oracle of Seasons, Link can slash at he Iron Masks' backside to defeat it. In Oracle of Ages, the Switch Hook or the upgraded Long Hook can be used to pull off the enemies mask.

See Also

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