History Characters / TheLegendOfZeldaPhantomHourglass

13th Jan '18 3:17:44 AM GreatDane112
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* EscortMission: You need to guide them the three eldest sisters to the safe spot where there youngest is before they give up their façade and warp you to their boss arena.

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* EscortMission: You need to guide them the three eldest sisters to the safe spot where there youngest is before they give up their façade and warp you to their boss arena.
13th Jan '18 3:17:10 AM GreatDane112
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* EscortMission: You need to guide them the three eldest sisters to the safe spot where there youngest is before they give up their façade and warp you to their boss arena.



* TooDumbToLive: He spends way too much time distracted when he loses sight of Link, giving him plenty of time to start breaking him down.

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* TooDumbToLive: He spends way too much time distracted when he loses sight of Link, giving him Link plenty of time to start breaking him down.
8th Jan '18 4:40:33 AM GreatDane112
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* DontCallMePaul: She prefers Tetra over her real name of Zelda.

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* DontCallMePaul: DoNotCallMePaul: She prefers Tetra over her real name of Zelda.
8th Jan '18 4:39:12 AM GreatDane112
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A young pirate voyaging in search of the elusive Phantom Ship.

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A young pirate voyaging in search of a new land until her crew encounters the elusive Phantom Ship.


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* DontCallMePaul: She prefers Tetra over her real name of Zelda.


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* TurnsRed: He becomes much more relentless once his shell breaks.
6th Jan '18 3:21:45 PM GreatDane112
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* TennisBoss: In order to damage them you need to direct their own shots at each other with the Grappling Hook.


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[[folder:Eox]]
!!Eox, Ancient Stone Soldier

The boss of Mutoh's Temple, as well as the holder of the Aquanine that Link needs to collect.
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* AttackOfTheFiftyFootWhatever: Certainly the largest boss of the temples.
* TooDumbToLive: He spends way too much time distracted when he loses sight of Link, giving him plenty of time to start breaking him down.
* StoneWall: Almost literally, it takes a number of attacks with the hammer to bring him down to size.
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6th Jan '18 3:10:17 PM GreatDane112
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* LateArrivalSpoiler: The opening outright spoils that she's Princess Zelda.



[[folder:Bellum]]
!!Bellum

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The main villain of ''Phantom Hourglass,'' Bellum is a malevolent, parasitic creature. It rose from the depths and fed on life force, trapping the Ocean King in a feeble human form while it prowled the seas for victims in a GhostShip. It kidnapped Tetra to feed on her life force at the outset of the game. With little characterization, Bellum seems more like a parasitic force of nature than a truly malicious villain.

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[[folder:Bellum]]
!!Bellum

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[[folder:Gleeok]]
!!Gleeok, Two-Headed Dragon

The main villain of ''Phantom Hourglass,'' Bellum is a malevolent, parasitic creature. It rose from the depths and fed on life force, trapping the Ocean King in a feeble human form while it prowled the seas for victims in a GhostShip. It kidnapped Tetra to feed on her life force at the outset boss of the game. With little characterization, Bellum seems more like a parasitic force Temple of nature than a truly malicious villain.Ice, as well as the holder of the Azurine that Link needs to collect.


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* AnIcePerson: The left head.
* MakingASplash: They'll flood the room here and there.
* MythologyGag: Gleeok makes its first appearance since ''[[TheLegendOfZeldaOracleGames Oracle of Seasons]]'', but is given powers similar to that of Trinexx from ''[[TheLegendOfZeldaALinkToThePast Link to the Past]]'' (one head shoots fire, the other shoots ice).
* PlayingWithFire: The right head.
* TacticalSuicideBoss: You need to direct their shots at one another in phase one.
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[[folder:Bellum]]
!!Bellum

[[quoteright:338:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/bellumartph2_9022.png]]

The main villain of ''Phantom Hourglass,'' Bellum is a malevolent, parasitic creature. It rose from the depths and fed on life force, trapping the Ocean King in a feeble human form while it prowled the seas for victims in a GhostShip. It kidnapped Tetra to feed on her life force at the outset of the game. With little characterization, Bellum seems more like a parasitic force of nature than a truly malicious villain.
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6th Jan '18 3:00:14 PM GreatDane112
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[[folder:Bellum]]
!!Bellum

[[quoteright:338:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/bellumartph2_9022.png]]

The main villain of ''Phantom Hourglass,'' Bellum is a malevolent, parasitic creature. It rose from the depths and fed on life force, trapping the Ocean King in a feeble human form while it prowled the seas for victims in a GhostShip. It kidnapped Tetra to feed on her life force at the outset of the game. With little characterization, Bellum seems more like a parasitic force of nature than a truly malicious villain.

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[[folder:Bellum]]
!!Bellum

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[[folder:Dongorongo]]
!!Dongorongo, Armored Lizard

The main villain of ''Phantom Hourglass,'' Bellum is a malevolent, parasitic creature. It rose from the depths and fed on life force, trapping the Ocean King in a feeble human form while it prowled the seas for victims in a GhostShip. It kidnapped Tetra to feed on her life force at the outset boss of the game. With little characterization, Bellum seems more like a parasitic force Goron Temple, as well as the holder of nature than a truly malicious villain.the Crimsonine that Link needs to collect.


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* FlippingHelpless: Gongoron needs to ram the beast on his side in order to be vulnerable.
* FlunkyBoss: Eventually he sends worms at link to preoccupy him.
* MythologyGag: He's very similar to Dodongos from earlier installments, with him even camping out where Gorons are native.
* NotQuiteDead: He appears to die at first, but gets back up once Gongoron has left the room.
* PlayingWithFire: He shoots fireballs.
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[[folder:Bellum]]
!!Bellum

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The main villain of ''Phantom Hourglass,'' Bellum is a malevolent, parasitic creature. It rose from the depths and fed on life force, trapping the Ocean King in a feeble human form while it prowled the seas for victims in a GhostShip. It kidnapped Tetra to feed on her life force at the outset of the game. With little characterization, Bellum seems more like a parasitic force of nature than a truly malicious villain.
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16th Dec '17 1:46:36 PM GreatDane112
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* Invisibility: It turns invisble, and can only be decamouflaged by shooting it's eye with an arrow.

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* Invisibility: {{Invisibility}}: It turns invisble, and can only be decamouflaged by shooting it's eye with an arrow.





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[[folder:Cubus Sisters]]
!!Diabolical Cubus Sisters

The boss of the Ghost Ship, a quadruplet of undead sisters that lead visitors astray.
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* ObviouslyEvil: It's fairly clear that the four sisters you've been helping are evil.
* TennisBoss: They fill the quota for Ganondorf since he's out of commission.
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16th Dec '17 1:40:27 PM GreatDane112
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The boss of the Temple of Wind found on the Isle of Gust. He imprisons the Spirit of Wisdom: Neri
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The boss of the Temple of Wind found on the Isle of Gust. He imprisons the Spirit of Wisdom: Neri
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Neri.
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[[folder:Crayk]]
!!Crayk, Bane of Courage

The boss of the Temple of Courage found on Molida Island. He imprisons the Spirit of Courage: [[spoiler:Half of Ciela]].
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* CameraScrew: The top screen of the DS becomes his perspective, you the player have to use this as your way to strike him.
* Invisibility: It turns invisble, and can only be decamouflaged by shooting it's eye with an arrow.
* KingMook: He's a bigger version of his hermit crablings.

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16th Dec '17 1:29:10 PM GreatDane112
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%%* LovableCoward

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%%* LovableCoward* LovableCoward: He's incredibly cowardly, but he's also very endearing at the same time.
























* DishingOutDirt: He mixes boulders with his signature fir to create meteors.

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* DishingOutDirt: He mixes boulders with his signature fir fire to create meteors.meteors.
* KingMook: He's basically a really powerful Wizzrobe with emphasis on fire.





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[[folder:Cyclok]]
!!Cyclok, Stirrer of Winds

The boss of the Temple of Wind found on the Isle of Gust. He imprisons the Spirit of Wisdom: Neri
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* BlowYouAway: His shtick is attacking you with gusts of wind.
* KingMook: He's essentially just a supped up Octorok.
* PowerFloats: He's carrying himself on a gust of his own wind.
* TacticalSuicideBoss: You use his very winds against him by throwing bombs through them.
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