Ladder

Ladders are frequently used in Hyrule to bridge small gaps, often over running water or flowing lava.
The Legend of Zelda

Lake Hylia

Far from the scorched sands of the desert lies the serenely captivating Lake Hylia. Soft waves lick its shores as schools of rainbow-hued fish leap through the air.
The Legend of Zelda , The Adventure of Link , A Link to the Past , Ocarina of Time , Four Swords Adventures

Lakeside Laboratory

Positioned on the edge of Lake Hylia, the Lakeside Laboratory is operated by an old man whose family has been researching the secrets of Lake Hylia for centuries.
Ocarina of Time

Lamp

See "Lantern."

Lanmola

Three Lanmolas were the guardians of the Desert Palace, where Link recovered the Pendant of Power on his quest to find the Master Sword. Lanmolas are large flesh-eating worms which burrow in and out of sandy locations.
A Link to the Past

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Lanmola's Shadow

During Link's final battle in Koholint Island's Wind Fish Egg, he faced a series of dark guardians which were shadows of his former foes. The fifth of these creatures to appear was Lanmola's Shadow, which Link defeated by attacking it with the Magic Rod.
Link's Awakening

Lantern

Also known as the Flame Lantern, the Lantern can illuminate dark passageways and light extinguished braziers. Link was known to make ample use of Lanterns and Candles during his travels.
A Link to the Past , Four Swords Adventures , The Minish Cap

Leever

Native to the desert wasteland, the Leever is a malicious creature with a taste not for water, but for blood. Leevers move slowly, but they posses a fatal sting.
The Legend of Zelda , A Link to the Past , Link's Awakening , Ocarina of Time , Majora's Mask , Four Swords Adventures , The Minish Cap

Legendary Pictograph

Legendary Pictographs were given to Link by a shopkeeper named Lenzo. Each Pictograph was a photo of a special being which Link could not take a picture of by himself.
Wind Waker

Lens of Truth

Fueled by magical power, the Lens of Truth allows its owner to peer through fake walls and view invisible items such as treasure chests. Even ghosts are unable to hide from this mystical device.
Ocarina of Time , Majora's Mask

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Letter

Throughout his many adventures, Link frequently helped people stay in touch by delivering letters over great distances.
Link's Awakening , Wind Waker , Four Swords Adventures

Letter to Old Lady

During Link's quest to recover the shattered pieces of the Triforce of Wisdom, he selflessly took the time to deliver this famous letter to the Old Lady. She rewarded Link greatly by allowing him to purchase Potions from her whenever he wished.
The Legend of Zelda

Level 2 Bombs

Level 2 Bombs are similar to regular bombs, but they are bigger and much more powerful.
Four Swords Adventures

Level 2 Boomerang

The Level 2 Boomerang is an upgraded boomerang which can travel much farther than a regular boomerang.
Four Swords Adventures

Level 2 Bow

The Level 2 Bow is able to quickly fire three shots in a row.
Four Swords Adventures

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Level 2 Fire Rod

At Level 2, the Fire Rod is able to create blocks. If these blocks are struck with the Fire Rod, they will explode and send flames in four directions at once.
Four Swords Adventures

Level 2 Hammer

The Level 2 Hammer has a wider shockwave range than the standard-issue version.
Four Swords Adventures

Level 2 Pegasus Boots

Regular Pegasus Boots allow the wearer to run quickly; Level 2 Pegasus Boots allow the wearer to run quickly over large gaps.
Four Swords Adventures

Level 2 Shovel

The Level 2 Shovel emits a high-pitched beeping noise whenever it is near a buried treasure.
Four Swords Adventures

Level 2 Slingshot

The Level 2 Slingshot is able to fire three stones simultaneously.
Four Swords Adventures

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Library

On the mainland of Hyrule, the Library is located just south of Kakariko Village. On the island of Koholint, the Library is found in the southwestern corner of Mabe Village. Both branches provide local residents with a wide variety of books covering many different subjects.
A Link to the Past , Link's Awakening

Life Spell

During Link's quest to recover the six shards of the Magic Crystal, Link frequently used the power of magical Spells. Link used the Life Spell to refill his drained energy.
The Adventure of Link

Light Arrows

Light Arrows require massive amounts of magical power to use, but they're extremely effective. These magical weapons cause much more damage than normal arrows, particularly when they are used against dark-souled enemies who fear the light.
Ocarina of Time , Majora's Mask , Wind Waker , The Minish Cap

Light Medallion

This token served as a physical symbol of the power of Rauru, Sage to the Temple of Light. Link used the combined power of seven Spiritual Medallions such as this to seal Ganon in the Dark World.
Ocarina of Time

Light World

After Hylians began to refer to the Golden Land as the Dark World due to Ganondorf's evil influence, the normal world of Hyrule became known to many as the Light World.
The Legend of Zelda , The Adventure of Link , A Link to the Past , Link's Awakening , Ocarina of Time , Majora's Mask , Oracle of Ages , Oracle of Seasons , Wind Waker , Four Swords Adventures , The Minish Cap

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Like Like

Like Likes are nocturnal monsters who stalk the land looking for enemies to inhale. They are nothing more than a pulsating tubes of flesh, but they are surprisingly fast and able to suck up their prey in a heartbeat. Like Likes don't have a taste for humans, but they frequently inhale them anyway to munch on their shields and swords.
The Legend of Zelda , A Link to the Past , Link's Awakening , Ocarina of Time , Majora's Mask , Oracle of Ages , Oracle of Seasons , The Minish Cap

Link

All creatures big and small owe their lives to this legendary adventurer. Link's list of accomplishments sprawls longer than we could even begin to list here, but he is most well known for his vital role in keeping Ganon, The King of Evil, safely locked away in the Dark World.

Some of Link's most famous accomplishments include rescuing Princess Zelda on multiple occasions, saving the citizens of Termina from certain demise, as well as freeing the island of Koholint from savage monster attacks. Humble to the end, Link is known not merely as a hero but as a symbol of courage, strength and wisdom as well. Tales of his bravery will never cease, and his legend will never ever die.
The Legend of Zelda , The Adventure of Link , A Link to the Past , Link's Awakening , Ocarina of Time , Majora's Mask , Oracle of Ages , Oracle of Seasons , A Link to the Past / Four Swords , Wind Waker , The Minish Cap

Link Doll

Its origin is uncertain, but whoever created the Link Doll was definitely a friend of the Hero of Time. When Link carried a Link Doll, he would instantly come back to life even if all his energy was depleted.
The Adventure of Link

Link Dungeon

The Link Dungeon is one of the four mystical dungeons which Link explored while inside Termina's Moon.
Game

Link's Shadow

See "Dark Link."

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Lizalfos

Lizalfos are feared reptilian warriors with spiked armor and powerful swords. They are able to jump great distances and sometimes work in pairs.
Ocarina of Time , Majora's Mask

Loach

The Loach is a Hyrulean fish sought after by the world's best fishermen. Among the fisherman in Hyrule, Link's greatest accomplishment was not saving the world, but rather showing the skill to reel in a Loach.
Ocarina of Time

Lon Lon Cows

Cows from the Lon Lon Ranch have a reputation in Hyrule for providing the best tasting milk. In addition to quenching thirst, the milk from a Lon Lon Cow is said to replenish drained energy. Link frequently drank Lon Lon Milk, which is likely what helped to build the reputation of the Lon Lon Cows.
Ocarina of Time , The Minish Cap

Lon Lon Milk

Delicious milk drawn from the world-famous cows of Lon Lon Ranch.
Ocarina of Time , The Minish Cap

Lon Lon Ranch

Perched high atop a plateau in the center of Hyrule Field, the Lon Lon Ranch has prospered for years from the fame of its prized cows, horses and cuccos.
Ocarina of Time , Four Swords Adventures , The Minish Cap

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Lone Peak Shrine

Located in northern Goron Village, the Lone Peak Shrine is where Link discovered the Lens of Truth in Termina.
Majora's Mask

Longshot

The Longshot improves on the basic Hookshot design by increasing the length of the chain. This allows the tool to reach much farther than the regular Hookshot.
Ocarina of Time

Lord Jabu-Jabu

Lord Jabu-Jabu, the patron deity of the Zoras, is a mammoth fish who has lived in a secluded fountain behind King Zora's throne for centuries. The leviathan is covered in ornate markings, which symbolizes his exalted position in Zoran culture.
Ocarina of Time

Lord Jabu-Jabu's Belly

When Link visited the Zoras, he learned that Lord Jabu-Jabu had recently fallen very ill. Link bravely entered the belly of this monstrous deity, and defeated the monstrous parasites which were plaguing it.
Ocarina of Time

Lost Hills

Located in the heart of Death Mountain, the Lost Hills region is a treacherous stretch of land where many adventurers have been known to lose their way. Through some magical power, many travelers report feeling an overpowering sense of dŽjˆ vu while passing through.
The Legend of Zelda

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Lost Woods

Few souls who enter the Lost Woods ever make it out alive. Filled with twists and turns, it is easy for inexperienced travelers to quickly become helplessly lost within its criss-crossing pathways. Many believe that there is a magic force at work within the Lost Woods.
The Legend of Zelda , A Link to the Past , Ocarina of Time , Majora's Mask , Four Swords Adventures

Lottery Shop

Like Hylians, Terminans love games of chance. The Lottery Shop in West Clock Town runs a daily numbers game for anyone who's feeling lucky.
Majora's Mask

Lowder

Lowders are small blue beetles which live deep within Hyrule's darkest caves. They are mostly harmless, but some have been known to attack when caught off-guard.
The Adventure of Link

Lulu

Lulu was a famous vocalist in the all-Zora rock band The Indigo-Go's.
Majora's Mask

Lumberjack's House

Located conveniently near the Lost Woods, the Lumberjack's House has been a resting place for Hyrulean loggers for many years. After a long day of falling trees in the Lost Woods, lumberjacks return to the house for decent night's sleep and a hearty breakfast.
A Link to the Past

Lynel

Lynels are fierce warriors who protect and patrol Death Mountain.
The Legend of Zelda

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