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The bane of Ganon. Use it to defeat him.
The Sinking Lure can be used to catch the biggest fish in the Legend of Zelda series.
A garment worn around the waist which is usually tube or cone shaped and hangs down over the legs. It is traditionally only worn by women.
A primitive ranged weapon that is used in various games. Usually is replaced by more powerful ranged weapons, such as a bow and arrow.
A web spun by a spider to capture prey. Spider web may also contain items and remains left behind by previous victims.
Spikes are dangerous and often deadly obstacles that can line the floor, walls, or ceiling of any given room or passageway. They are an extremely common form of environmental hazard, particularly in side-scrolling games.
A gear shaped, top like item found in Arbiter's Grounds. Link rides it like a skateboard and uses it to ride along grooves in walls.
The three gems that were required in order to open the door in the Temple of Time in The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. Rewarded for completing the Young Link temples.
Lighting device used to focus on a single area or spot
A horse-drawn carriage that carries people to many destinations in the past centuries.
Colored glass that is mainly used to decorate church windows.
Whether they're tedious and spiral or short and quick, staircases appear in many games.
It's no sword. It's not even an actual weapon, but sometimes you just have to use what's available.
One of the 24 masks in The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask. The Stone's Mask's power makes the wearer unnoticeable.
A mysterious stone that shakes and rumbles when you are in the proximity of something hidden, coincidentally shaped exactly like an N64 Rumble Pak.
Usually a Button, lever, or computerized scanner used to open, close, power on, turn on, or unlock something. Found common in most games that involve puzzle solving as well as shooters.
A length of exceptionally sharp metal with a handle, used for centuries as the go-to killing device for the human race. It's dead simple: you stick the pointy end in the thing you want to die. Or you could always slash them with the equally sharp sides. That works too.
A flat surface that is often used to place objects upon - most commonly, food.
Whoever built, discovered or reverse-engineered them, teleporters get you where you want to go immediately. Hopefully without materializing you halfway into a wall.
A device that uses a series of lenses to view or observe distant objects.
No matter what game you're playing, if a bad guy shows up with these hanging from him, you know you're in mad kinds of trouble.
The chair of state for a monarch or otherwise regal person.
A mask representing a spiritual deity.
A big stone block used in graveyards to remember the dead. Also popular as Halloween decorations.
Set it on fire. Wander around in the dark.
A (generally) unpaved path used for travel.
A train is a series of connected vehicles that move along a single or double railed track.
A hinged or sliding door in a floor or ceiling.
A box containing treasure usually in the form of gold or valuable items.
A tree is a perennial woody plant. Trees are often used in games as a natural wall, providing a barrier as well as cover. Many games also use them to make their environments looks more natural and attractive.
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