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* [[BigBadDuumvirate Big Bad Multivariate]]: Throughout the whole game, it's unclear who exactly the BigBad is, but once Nightmare is introduced and the reveal why your on the island to wake the Wind Fish, it's pretty clear.

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* [[BigBadDuumvirate Big Bad Multivariate]]: Throughout the whole game, it's unclear who exactly the BigBad is, but once Nightmare is introduced and the reveal about why your you are on the island to wake the Wind Fish, Fish occurs, it's pretty clear.





!!!'''AKA: Tarkin (French)'''

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!!!'''AKA: !!!'''Other names:''' Tarkin (French)'''(French)



!!!'''AKA: Uhu (Eagleowl) (German)'''

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!!!'''AKA: !!!'''Other names:''' The Eagleowl/ Der Uhu (Eagleowl) (German)'''(German)



!!!'''AKA: Tail (Japanese, European Spanish), Tehl (French), Shippo (Italian)'''

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!!!'''AKA: !!!'''Other names:''' Big Tail (Japanese, European Spanish), Tehl (French), Shippo (Italian)'''(Italian- "tail" Japanese)






* DubNameChange: "Big Tail" in Japanese.



!!!'''AKA: Bottle Demonlord (Japanese)'''

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!!!'''AKA: !!!'''Other names:''' Bottle Demonlord (Japanese)'''(Japanese)






!!!'''AKA: The Larger Zol (Japanese)'''

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!!!'''AKA: The Larger !!!'''Other names:''' Big Zol (Japanese)'''(Japanese)






* DubNameChange: "The Large Zol" in Japanese.



!!!'''AKA: Angler (Japanese), Hookray (Japanese, variant), Piranha Killer (German)'''

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!!!'''AKA: !!!'''Other names:''' Angler (Japanese), Hookray (Japanese, variant), Piranha Killer (German)'''(German)






* DubNameChange: "Angler" in Japanese.



!!!'''AKA: Hooker (Japanese)'''

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!!!'''AKA: !!!'''Other names:''' Hooker (Japanese)'''(Japanese)






!!!'''AKA: Matface (Japanese), Demonsneer (German)'''

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!!!'''AKA: !!!'''Other names:''' Matface (Japanese), Demonsneer (German)'''(German)






* DubNameChange: "Mat Face" in Japanese.



!!!'''Evil Eagle AKA: Albatoss (Japanese), Devil's Eagle (German)'''
!!!'''Grim Creeper AKA: Piccolomancer (Japanese), Gruesome Fluter (German)'''

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!!!'''Evil Eagle AKA: !!!'''Other names:''' Albatoss (Japanese), (Japanese- Evil Eagle), Piccolomancer (Japanese- Grim Creeper), Devil's Eagle (German)'''
!!!'''Grim Creeper AKA: Piccolomancer (Japanese),
(German- Evil Eagle), Gruesome Fluter (German)'''Flutist (German- Grim Creeper)






!!!'''AKA: Big Flame (Japanese), Will-o-the-Wisp (German)'''

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!!!'''AKA: !!!'''Other names:''' Big Flame (Japanese), Will-o-the-Wisp (German)'''(German)






* DubNameChange: "Big Flame" in Japanese.
* ViolationOfCommonSense: How to beat a fire monster? Shoot it with your fire rod! You must literally fight fire with fire!

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* DubNameChange: "Big Flame" in Japanese.
* ViolationOfCommonSense: How to beat a fire monster? Shoot it with your fire rod! You must literally ''literally'' fight fire with fire!






!!!'''AKA: Boss Blin (Japanese), Big Moblin (German)'''

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!!!'''AKA: !!!'''Other names:''' Boss Blin (Japanese), Big Moblin (German)'''
(German)



!!!'''AKA: Roller (Japanese)'''

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!!!'''AKA: !!!'''Other names:''' Roller (Japanese)'''(Japanese)



!!!'''Other names:''' Dodongo (Japanese)



!!!'''AKA: Lanemora (Japanese)'''

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!!!'''AKA: !!!'''Other names:''' Lanemora (Japanese)'''(Japanese)



!!!'''AKA: Hiploop Hover (Japanese), Celophanus (German)'''

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!!!'''AKA: !!!'''Other names:''' Hiploop Hover (Japanese), Celophanus (German)'''(German)



!!!'''AKA: Master Stalfon (Japanese) Skeletons Master (French)'''

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!!!'''AKA: !!!'''Other names:''' Master Stalfon (Japanese) Skeletons Master (French)'''(French)



!!!'''AKA: Gomer (Japanese), Gohma (all other languages)'''

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!!!'''AKA: Gomer (Japanese), Gohma (all other languages)'''----



!!!'''AKA: Large Armos (Japanese), Big Armos (French, Italian), Max Armos (Spanish)'''



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!!!'''AKA: Jacky (Japanese)"

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!!!'''AKA: !!!'''Other names:''' Jacky (Japanese)"(Japanese)



!!!'''AKA: Reptile Rock (German)'''

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!!!'''AKA: !!!'''Other names:''' Reptile Rock (German)'''(German)



!!!'''AKA: Mightpunch (Japanese), Boxo (German)'''

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!!!'''AKA: !!!'''Other names:''' Mightpunch (Japanese), Boxo (German)'''(German)



!!!'''AKA: Monica The Lunatic/ Monique la Lunatique (French)'''

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!!!'''AKA: !!!'''Other names:''' Monica The Lunatic/ Monique la Lunatique (French)'''
(French)


















!!!'''AKA: Grampa Ulrira (Japanese, Spanish), Grampa Ramollo (French)'''

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!!!'''AKA: !!!'''Other names:''' Grampa Ulrira (Japanese, Spanish), Grampa Ramollo (French)'''(French)



!!Nakura

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!!Nakura
!!Nakura (The Ghost)



!Manga Characters

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!Manga !!Manga Characters







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!!!'''AKA: Boss Blin (Japanese), Big Moblin (German)'''



!!!'''AKA: Roller (Japanese)'''



!!!'''AKA: Lanemora (Japanese)'''



!!!'''AKA: Hiploop Hover (Japanese), Celophanus (German)'''



!!!'''AKA: Master Stalfon (Japanese) Skeletons Master (French)'''



!!!'''AKA: Gomer (Japanese), Gohma (all other languages)'''



!!!'''AKA: Large Armos (Japanese), Big Armos (French, Italian), Max Armos (Spanish)'''



!!!'''AKA: Jacky (Japanese)"



* DubNameChange: Originally "Jackie", as if he wasn't cute enough before.

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* DubNameChange: Originally "Jackie", "Jacky", as if he wasn't cute enough before.



!!!'''AKA: Reptile Rock (German)'''



!!!

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!!!!!!'''AKA: Mightpunch (Japanese), Boxo (German)'''




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!!!'''AKA: Monica The Lunatic/ Monique la Lunatique (French)'''




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!!!'''AKA: Grampa Ulrira (Japanese, Spanish), Grampa Ramollo (French)'''



* NamedByTheAdaptation: Was simply called "That Ghost" in the games, but named in the manga.

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* NamedByTheAdaptation: Was simply called "That "The Ghost" in the games, but named in the manga.



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!!!'''AKA: Tarkin (French)'''



!!!'''AKA: Uhu (Eagleowl) (German)'''



!!!'''AKA: Tail (Japanese, European Spanish), Tehl (French), Shippo (Italian)'''



!!!'''AKA: Bottle Demonlord (Japanese)'''



* DubNameChange: "Jar Demon King" in Japanese.

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* DubNameChange: "Jar "Bottle Demon King" Lord/ Mao" in Japanese.



!!!'''AKA: The Larger Zol (Japanese)'''



* DubNameChange: "Dig Zol" in Japanese.

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* DubNameChange: "Dig "The Large Zol" in Japanese.



!!!'''AKA: Angler (Japanese), Hookray (Japanese, variant), Piranha Killer (German)'''



!!!'''AKA: Hooker (Japanese)'''



!!!'''AKA: Matface (Japanese), Demonsneer (German)'''



!!!'''Evil Eagle AKA: Albatoss (Japanese), Devil's Eagle (German)'''
!!!'''Grim Creeper AKA: Piccolomancer (Japanese), Gruesome Fluter (German)'''



[[folder:Hothead]]
!!Hothead

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[[folder:Hothead]]
!!Hothead
[[folder:Hot Head]]
!!Hot Head
!!!'''AKA: Big Flame (Japanese), Will-o-the-Wisp (German)'''








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The Nightmares are are evil monsters that invade Koholint Island and the main antagonists of the game. Their goals are to take over the island and stop the Wind Fish from being waken up. They do this by stealing the Instruments of the Sirens, and hidden each in one of eight dungeons and guard them.

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The Nightmares are are evil monsters that invade exist on Koholint Island and are the main antagonists of the game. Their goals are to take over the island and stop the Wind Fish from being waken up. They do this by stealing the Instruments of the Sirens, and hidden each in one of eight dungeons and guard them.



* AntiEscapismAesop: They actually try to pull a subversion of this trope off on Link several times, telling the man from Hyrule, that Koholint Island is all that is real, and if he succeeds in escaping it, [[CessationOfExistence he will cease to be]]. This is [[spoiler: later demonstrated to be a lie, but its impressive how far and how manipulative, they went with that deception.]].

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* AntiEscapismAesop: They actually try to pull a subversion of this trope off on Link several times, telling the man from Hyrule, that Koholint Island is all that is real, and if he succeeds in escaping it, [[CessationOfExistence he will cease to be]]. This is [[spoiler: later demonstrated to be It's never made clear whether this is a lie, but its impressive how far and how manipulative, they went with or them simply not knowing that deception.]]. anything exists outside of Koholint, and naturally thinking Link is from there as well.]]


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* LoneWolfBoss: King Moblin and his moblins are unrelated to the Nightmares, simply being an independent tribe of monsters.


The Nightmares are the main antagonists of the game. Their goals are to take over the island and stop the Wind Fish from being waken up. They do this by stealing the Instruments of the Sirens, and hidden each in one of eight dungeons and guard them.

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The Nightmares are are evil monsters that invade Koholint Island and the main antagonists of the game. Their goals are to take over the island and stop the Wind Fish from being waken up. They do this by stealing the Instruments of the Sirens, and hidden each in one of eight dungeons and guard them.



* AntiEscapismAesop: They actually try to pull a subversion of this trope off on Link several times, telling the man from Hyrule, that Koholint Island is all that is real, and if he succeeds in escaping it, [[CessationOfExistence he will cease to be]]. [[spoiler: It's never made clear whether this is a lie, or them simply not knowing that anything exists outside of Koholint, and naturally thinking Link is from there as well.]]

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* AntiEscapismAesop: They actually try to pull a subversion of this trope off on Link several times, telling the man from Hyrule, that Koholint Island is all that is real, and if he succeeds in escaping it, [[CessationOfExistence he will cease to be]]. This is [[spoiler: It's never made clear whether this is later demonstrated to be a lie, or them simply not knowing but its impressive how far and how manipulative, they went with that anything exists outside of Koholint, and naturally thinking Link is from there as well.]] deception.]].


* DoesNotKnowHowToSayThanks: Link saves this divine cetacean from an eternity of nightmares. [[spoiler:He doesn't get any real reward for doing so, not even a quicker route back to Hyrule, instead having to paddle back on that tiny piece of wood.]]



* UngratefulBastard: Link goes through a lot of trouble to awaken The Wind Fish. What does he get in return? [[spoiler: The Wind Fish dumps him in the middle of the ocean and leaves him to die.]]


* SealedGoodInACan: The Wind Fish is encased inside an egg on top of Mount Tamaranch and cannot awaken until Link retrieves all eight Instruments of the Siren.


* AntiEscapismAesop: They actually try to pull a subversion of this trope off on Link several times, telling the man from Hyrule, that Koholint Island is all that is real, and if he succeeds in escaping it, [[CessationOfExistence he will cease to be]]. This is [[spoiler: later demonstrated to be a lie, but its impressive how far and how manipulative, they went with that deception.]]

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* AntiEscapismAesop: They actually try to pull a subversion of this trope off on Link several times, telling the man from Hyrule, that Koholint Island is all that is real, and if he succeeds in escaping it, [[CessationOfExistence he will cease to be]]. This is [[spoiler: later demonstrated to be It's never made clear whether this is a lie, but its impressive how far and how manipulative, they went with or them simply not knowing that deception.anything exists outside of Koholint, and naturally thinking Link is from there as well.]]


The Nightmares are evil monsters that invade Koholint Island and are the main antagonists of the game. Their goals are to take over the island and stop the Wind Fish from being waken up. They do this by stealing the Instruments of the Sirens, and hidden each in one of eight dungeons and guard them.

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The Nightmares are evil monsters that invade Koholint Island and are the main antagonists of the game. Their goals are to take over the island and stop the Wind Fish from being waken up. They do this by stealing the Instruments of the Sirens, and hidden each in one of eight dungeons and guard them.


* UngratefulBastard: Link goes through a lot of trouble to awaken The Wind Fish. What does he get in return? The Wind Fish dumps him in the middle of the ocean and leaves him to die.

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* UngratefulBastard: Link goes through a lot of trouble to awaken The Wind Fish. What does he get in return? [[spoiler: The Wind Fish dumps him in the middle of the ocean and leaves him to die.]]

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* UngratefulBastard: Link goes through a lot of trouble to awaken The Wind Fish. What does he get in return? The Wind Fish dumps him in the middle of the ocean and leaves him to die.


%%* EmpathicShapeshifter

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%%* EmpathicShapeshifter* EmpathicShapeshifter: The Nightmare takes the forms of enemies from Link's past, including [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaALinkToThePast Agahnim and Ganon]].



* GoForTheEye: Once the Nightmare goes through all the classic Zelda bosses in this fight, it shows its original true form as a giant eyeball with two spike arms. It only takes one great shot into the eye to finish it off.

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* GoForTheEye: Once the Nightmare goes through all the classic Zelda bosses in this fight, it shows its original true form as a giant eyeball with two spike arms. It only takes one great shot into the You have to attack its eye whenever it opens it to finish it off.


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* WeaksauceWeakness: While it ''is'' admittedly the most powerful weapon in the game (to justify [[InfinityPlusOneSword how hard it is to acquire]]), [[spoiler:the Boomerang]] will destroy [=DethI=] in only one well-placed hit.

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