Difference between revisions of "Phantom Sword"

From Zelda Dungeon Wiki
Jump to navigation Jump to search
Want an adless experience? Log in or Create an account.
(12 intermediate revisions by 7 users not shown)
Line 1: Line 1:
The Phantom Sword is the legendary blade in ''[[The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass|Phantom Hourglass]]''. You need three [[Pure Metal]]s to forge it. At first, Link only recieves the blade that was made by the blacksmith [[Zauz]], and must then venture all the way back to good old [[Oshus]] in order to recive the hilt, completing the Phantom Sword. [[Link]] does not get this blade until right before the final dungeon,but it still comes in handy letting you finally kill [[Phantom]]s on your journey through the [[Temple of the Ocean King]]. Now Link can simply sneak behind a Phantom (which he can stun using the [[Bow]]) and slash the eye on its back, creating a triumphant puff of smoke signaling the defeat of the terrible monster.  This sword is also the only weapon that can kill [[Bellum]]/[[Bellumbeck]], the final boss of the game. This item is very similar to the [[Lokomo Sword]] from ''[[The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks|Spirit Tracks]]'' but that can't kill phantoms.
+
{{Infobox|item
 +
| image = [[File:PhantomSword.PH.gif]]
 +
| game = ''[[The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass|Phantom Hourglass]]''
 +
| location = [[Mercay Island]]
 +
| use = Destroying [[Phantom]]s and [[Bellum]]
 +
| related = [[Lokomo Sword]]<br/>[[Master Sword]]
 +
}}
  
 +
The '''Phantom Sword''' is an item in ''[[The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass|Phantom Hourglass]]''. [[Link]] needs three [[Pure Metals]] to forge it. At first, Link only receives the [[Sword Blade]] that was made by the blacksmith [[Zauz]], and he must then venture all the way back to [[Oshus]] in order to receive the hilt, completing the Phantom Sword. Link does not get this blade until right before the final [[dungeon]], but it allows him to defeat [[Phantom]]s on his journey through the [[Temple of the Ocean King]]. Link can simply sneak behind a Phantom (which he can stun using the [[Bow]]) and slash the eye on its back, creating a puff of smoke that signals the defeat of the monster.  This sword is also the only weapon that can defeat [[Bellum]], the final [[boss]] of the game. This item is very similar to the [[Lokomo Sword]] from ''[[The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks|Spirit Tracks]]'', but that cannot defeat Phantoms.
  
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
*The jingle when Link gets the Phantom Sword is the same as the [[Master Sword]] and it resembles that sword too.
+
*The jingle when [[Link]] gets the [[Phantom Sword]] is the same for obtaining the [[Master Sword]]. The blade's appearance resembles that of the Master Sword as well.
 +
*The Phantom Sword is the only sword upgrade in any Legend of Zelda game that does not deal any more damage than the basic sword.
  
 +
{{Listbox|Phantom Hourglass Items}}
 +
 +
{{Cat|Cobble}}
 
{{Cat|Phantom Hourglass Items}}
 
{{Cat|Phantom Hourglass Items}}
 +
{{Cat|Swords}}

Revision as of 19:58, September 18, 2021

Phantom Sword
PhantomSword.PH.gif

Games

Location

Uses

Destroying Phantoms and Bellum

Related

The Phantom Sword is an item in Phantom Hourglass. Link needs three Pure Metals to forge it. At first, Link only receives the Sword Blade that was made by the blacksmith Zauz, and he must then venture all the way back to Oshus in order to receive the hilt, completing the Phantom Sword. Link does not get this blade until right before the final dungeon, but it allows him to defeat Phantoms on his journey through the Temple of the Ocean King. Link can simply sneak behind a Phantom (which he can stun using the Bow) and slash the eye on its back, creating a puff of smoke that signals the defeat of the monster. This sword is also the only weapon that can defeat Bellum, the final boss of the game. This item is very similar to the Lokomo Sword from Spirit Tracks, but that cannot defeat Phantoms.

Trivia

  • The jingle when Link gets the Phantom Sword is the same for obtaining the Master Sword. The blade's appearance resembles that of the Master Sword as well.
  • The Phantom Sword is the only sword upgrade in any Legend of Zelda game that does not deal any more damage than the basic sword.