Mabe Village

Mabe Village is the central hub of activity on Koholint Island. The village offers a top-notch library, friendly people and plenty of entertainment. Link spent a lot of time in Mabe Village during his quest to wake the Wind Fish and bring peace to the island.
Link's Awakening

Mad Bomber

Once a demolitions expert for the Kanalet royal family, the Mad Bomber went insane and began living underground just outside of Kanalet Castle. Link put this troubled soul to rest during his mission to find Richard's five Golden Leaves.
Link's Awakening

Madam Aroma

Madam Aroma was the wife of Mayor Dotour, who served as Mayor while Link was struggling to save Termina from the falling Moon.
Majora's Mask

Madam MeowMeow

Madam MeowMeow was a friend to all animals who lived in Mabe Village at the time Link paid his visit to Koholint Island. Link helped her find her lost pet, BowWow.
Link's Awakening

Magic Armor

Magic Armor is designed to protect its owner when equipped, but it requires massive amounts of magic power to use.
Wind Waker

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Magic Bean

Magic Beans are rare, but anyone with enough Rupees can purchase a small supply. If planted in a soft spot of soil, Magic Beans sprout fluffy leaves which can carry a passenger high into the air.
Ocarina of Time , Majora's Mask

Magic Crystal

The origin of the Magic Crystal is a mystery, but at some point in the early history of Hyrule this legendary relic was shattered into six individual shards. These shards were buried for centuries within six dungeons, ferociously guarded by fearsome creatures. Through an ancient magic, the six Magic Crystals contained the power to open the gate to the Great Palace. To activate this magical reaction, Link placed each shard on spiritual statues housed within the dungeons.
The Adventure of Link

Magic Book

When combined with the power of the Magic Book, the Fire Rod's power is greatly intensified.
The Legend of Zelda

Magic Boomerang

The Magic Boomerang is thrown in exactly the same manner as the regular Boomerang, but thanks to an ancient power it is able to travel much farther than its wooden cousin.
The Legend of Zelda , A Link to the Past , Oracle of Seasons

Magic Cape

The Magic Cape is a fashionable item, but it doesn't receive many compliments since whoever wears it turns invisible! Anyone wearing the Magic Cape is invulnerable to enemy attack or detection. This mystical garment is fueled by magic power.
A Link to the Past

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Magic Containers

When Link found it necessary to use magic power frequently, he carried Magic Containers to store extra energy.
The Adventure of Link

Magic Glove

The Magic Glove gives its owner the power to smash even the strongest rocks into tiny bits of gravel.
A Link to the Past

Magic Hags' Potion Shop

This profitable Terminan business is run by Kotake. Her sister Koume runs the counter occasionally, but generally she is too busy with her cruise boat business to help.
Majora's Mask

Magic Hammer

See "Megaton Hammer."

Magic Jars

Found randomly throughout the land or sold at shops, Magic Jars replenish drained magic power. Magic Jars come in three varieties: Red, Blue or Green.
The Adventure of Link , Ocarina of Time , Majora's Mask

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Magic Key

This famous key uses a magical power to open any lock. Its creator hid it well, since it could cause so much damage if it ever fell into wrong the hands. Luckily, it was found by Link.
The Legend of Zelda , The Adventure of Link

Magic Mirror

The Magic Mirror allowed Link to travel freely between the Light World and the Dark World. By gazing into the depths of the mirror and picturing himself in the other world, Link propelled himself through a magical whirling vortex.
A Link to the Past

Magic Mushroom

The spongy flesh of a Magic Mushroom is the primary ingredient in the Witch's Magic Potion.
A Link to the Past

Magic Potion

Found nestled in bushes or contained within the remains of fallen enemies, Magic Potions replenish drained magic power.
A Link to the Past , Oracle of Ages , Oracle of Seasons

Magic Powder

Magic Powder can perform a variety of tasks, depending on the wishes of the person who holds it. Common uses include lighting braziers and defeating enemies.
A Link to the Past , Link's Awakening

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Magic Shield

See "Mirror Shield."

Magic Sword

See "Master Sword."

Magic Wand

See "Fire Rod."

Magic Rod

See "Fire Rod."

Magnetic Gloves

Magnetic Gloves are reinforced with extremely strong magnets. The gloves' polarity can be shifted between north and south, allowing the wearer to attract -- or be attracted to -- metallic objects. The polarity of some gloves can be manually adjusted, while others can only be switched after use.
Oracle of Seasons , A Link to the Past / Four Swords

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Magnifying Glass

Link received the Magnifying Glass after presenting the Mermaid Statue with a Mermaid Scale. Using this tool, Link was able to read the book called "Dark Secrets and Mysteries of Koholint." Also, Link used the Magnifying glass to allow him to see the tiny Goryia who gave him the powerful Boomerang.
Link's Awakening

Majora's Incarnation

When the evil power of Majora's Mask manifests itself in physical form, it is most comfortable existing as Majora's Incarnation. In this body, Majora possesses long skinny arms and legs with one all-seeing eye protruding from its body.
Majora's Mask

Majora's Mask

Created ages ago by a long-forgotten race, Majora's Mask is a mysterious relic which holds unimaginable power. True evil is held within the mask, and whoever wears it is unable to resist the dark temptations which lurk deep within their minds. Majora's Mask, though, is just a physical symbol of the dark evil which hides beneath the surface. Link was able to defeat that evil force in Termina, but no one is certain that it is gone for good.
Majora's Mask

Majora's Wrath

When the evil of Majora's Mask manifests itself, it first appears as Majora's Incarnation. When it can no longer contain itself in that body, it shows its true face: Majora's Wrath. In this form, Majora rages as a humanoid figure with extremely long tentacles protruding from each hand.
Majora's Mask

Malon

The spirited and lovely daughter of Talon, Malon enjoyed her days on Lon Lon Ranch. Her life was destined to become intertwined with Link's heroic adventures.
Ocarina of Time , Four Swords Adventures , The Minish Cap

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Mamu

Mamu is the name of a famous frog who once lived near the Signpost Maze on Koholint Island. Mamu taught Link how to play the Frog Song of Soul on the Ocarina.
Link's Awakening

Manbo

Manbo is the name of a mellow fish who used to live in Koholint Island's Tal Tal Heights. Manbo is famous for teaching Link how to play Manbo's Mambo on the Ocarina.
Link's Awakening

Manbo's Mambo

While stranded on Koholint Island, Link used this catchy tune to warp throughout the island. Manbo's Mambo was named after the son of the Sun Fish.
Link's Awakening

Manhandla

Perhaps related to the Deku Baba, the plant-like Manhandla is a flesh-eating creature which uses four powerful leaves to attack its prey.
The Legend of Zelda , Four Swords Adventures

Makar

Makar was a well-known Korok who became famous by helping Link conquer the Wind Temple.
Wind Waker

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Maku Road

Located in Labrynna, Maku Road was a small dungeon leading to the Maku Tree. Link learned important skills here, and located a Piece of Heart.
Oracle of Ages

Maku Tree (Female)

The mystical Maku Tree gives strength and order to the land of Labrynna. Its spirit was once greatly damaged by Veran, but Link restored its power by collecting eight Essences of Time.
Oracle of Ages

Maku Tree (Male)

The Maku Tree is the guardian of the Oracle of Seasons and all of Holodrum. General Onox damaged its spirit many years ago, but Link helped it to recover by collecting eight valuable Essences of Nature.
Oracle of Seasons

Maku Tree Sprout

When Labrynna's Maku Tree was just a seedling, the great hero Link saved it from a marauding group of Moblins. This courageous deed saved the Maku Tree's life, and helped to ensure the stability of Labrynna's future.
Oracle of Ages

Marin

Marin is the name of a lovely young girl who became Link's best friend during his stay on Koholint Island. Marin was able to help Link frequently throughout his quest, but her most notable contribution was teaching him how to play the Ballad of the Wind Fish on his Ocarina.
Link's Awakening

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Marine Research Laboratory

In Termina's Great Bay Coast, the Marine Research Laboratory is well-established as the leading authority on marine biology in Termina.
Majora's Mask

Market

Contained within the walls of Hyrule Castle, the Market is a place where shopkeepers and citizens can interact and conduct business. Customers can not only buy provisions and equipment, but they can also enjoy a little afternoon entertainment as well.
Ocarina of Time

Martha

Martha is the name of a mermaid who once lived on Koholint Island. Martha's Bay was named after her, and she played a vital role in helping Link to locate the Magnifying Glass.
Link's Awakening

Martha's Bay

Martha's Bay is a small inlet of water on Koholint Island known for its many oddities. It is not unusual to spot mermaids, ghosts or both during even a short visit to Martha's Bay.
Link's Awakening

Mask-Mimics

Native to the dungeons of Koholint Island, these pretenders wear masks and precisely match the moves of their opponents.
Link's Awakening

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Mask of Scents

This pig-shaped mask allows its owner to sniff out tasty fungi. While wearing the mask, the pungent scent of fungus is displayed as a purple haze.
Majora's Mask

Mask of Truth

The Mask of Truth allows its wearer to communicate with Sheikah Stones.
Ocarina of Time , Majora's Mask

Master Sword

Hyrule's most legendary blade is the Master Sword. Forged centuries before becoming Link's most well-loved weapon, the Master Sword consists of more than just steel. It possesses a magical power which is aligned toward the forces of valor and kindness. The Master Sword will not allow itself to be held by just anyone. Only a pure soul filled with the forces of good may lay hands on the Master Sword.
The Legend of Zelda , The Adventure of Link , A Link to the Past , Link's Awakening , Ocarina of Time , Oracle of Ages , Oracle of Seasons , A Link to the Past / Four Swords , Wind Waker

Mayor Dotour

Mayor Dotour was the acting Mayor of Clock Town during the Great Moon Crisis.
Majora's Mask

Maze Palace

Located in northeastern Hyrule, the Maze Palace was visited by Link during his quest to recover the shards of the Magic Crystal and rouse Princess Zelda from her unnatural slumber. Within the Palace walls, Link found the Winged Boots and defeated Carock.
The Adventure of Link

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Medli

Young Medli was a princess of the Rito tribe on Dragon Roost Island in the Great Sea. She possessed both unquestioned bravery and the ability to fly.
Wind Waker

Meg

One of four Poe Sisters who haunted the Forest Temple until Link was able to put her soul to rest.
Ocarina of Time

Megaton Hammer

"Megaton" is the brand name of a weighty hammer used in Hyrule for a variety of purposes. Also referred to as the "Magic Hammer" or just "Hammer", the Megaton Hammer can pound down posts, smash enemies, or even knock down statues.
The Adventure of Link , A Link to the Past , Ocarina of Time , Four Swords Adventures

Mermaid Scale

During his adventure on Koholint Island, Link made Martha the Mermaid very happy by giving her the Necklace. In return, Link received the Mermaid Scale. Link made similar trades like this with many of the island's inhabitants, and in the end his kindness was rewarded with the Magnifying Glass.
Link's Awakening

Mido

Mido lived in the Kokiri Forest and was well-known as bully. He refused to allow Link to visit the Deku Tree, and pestered him constantly for not having his own guardian fairy.
Ocarina of Time

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Mido, Town of

Mido is a small town in central Hyrule named after Mido, a Kokiri bully famous for picking on Link.
The Adventure of Link

Midoro Palace

Located in eastern Hyrule, the Midoro Palace was visited by Link during his quest to recover the shards of the Magic Crystal and rouse Princess Zelda from her unnatural slumber. Within the Palace walls, Link found the Glove and defeated Helmethead.
The Adventure of Link

Mighty Training Center

The Mighty Training Center is a place for beginning swordsmen to learn how to battle like a true hero. Located in West Clock Town, even Link spent some time studying at the Mighty Training Center
Majora's Mask

Mikau

Mikau was a great Zoran guitar player who passed away during his trek to recover Lulu's missing Zora Eggs. When Link wore the Zora Mask, he was able to inhabit Mikau's body and help the deceased Zoran reach his goal.
Majora's Mask

Milk Bar

The Milk Bar is one of the most popular night spots in Clock Town. Although it's a members-only establishment, those lucky enough to gain entrance always have a good time inside.
Majora's Mask

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Milk Road

In Termina, Milk Road begins just southwest of Clock Town and leads to Romani Ranch.
Majora's Mask

Mini Moldorm

Mini Moldorms are smaller than adult Moldorms (large flesh-eating worms), but their thirst for blood is no less intense.
Link's Awakening , Oracle of Ages , Oracle of Seasons , The Minish Cap

Minish

Sometimes referred to as "Picori," the Minish are a small race of people who live out of sight to anyone but the youngest of Hyrule's population.
The Minish Cap

Minuet of Forest

Link played the Minuet of Forest on the Ocarina whenever he wished to warp to the Forest Temple in the Lost Woods. According to ancient scrolls, this somber song was played by pressing A, Up, Left, Right, Left, Right.
Ocarina of Time

Mirror Portal

Mirror Portals were created by Link whenever he used the Magic Mirror in the Dark World. When he returned to the Light World, he could step into the Mirror Portal to return to Ganon's domain.
A Link to the Past

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Mirror Shield

The Mirror Shield serves the same purpose as the Hyrulean Shield, but it is able to reflect light and magical attacks with greater accuracy.
A Link to the Past , Ocarina of Time , Majora's Mask , Wind Waker

Misery Mire

Found only in the Dark World, the Misery Mire is one of the seven Palaces Link explored during his quest to recover the Crystals necessary to unlock Ganon's Tower. Within its walls, Link found the Cane of Somaria and defeated the palace guardian named Vitreous.
A Link to the Past

Moblin

Moblins, or "Molblins" as they've come to be called recently, are piggish brutes who attack with swords and care only about food and Rupees. Ganondorf (and Ganon) frequently hired bands of Moblin mercenaries to seek out and destroy Link.
The Legend of Zelda , The Adventure of Link , A Link to the Past , Link's Awakening , Ocarina of Time , Oracle of Ages , Oracle of Seasons , Wind Waker , The Minish Cap

Moa

Moa are large disconnected eyeballs who are mysteriously able to fly through the air. They have no mouths or claws, but the lubrication which coats their external membranes is toxic to the touch.
The Adventure of Link

Moby

Mobies are large, orange birds who circle high in the sky then dive-bomb their prey.
The Adventure of Link

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Moldorm

Moldorms are huge worms with an aggressive attitude and a thirst for blood.
A Link to the Past , Link's Awakening

Moldorm'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 third of these creatures to appear was Moldorm's Shadow, which Link defeated by striking its tail with his sword.
Link's Awakening

Mole Mitts

The Mole Mitts gave Link the ability to dig through sand and soft dirt.
The Minish Cap

Molgera

Molgera was the name of the ferocious serpent-like creature which guarded the Wind Temple on the Great Sea.
Wind Waker

Monkey

Monkeys are a common sight in Hyrule as well as Termina. Terminan monkeys are on friendly terms with Hylians, but the monkeys on Koholint Island have been known to toss coconuts at passers-by for no reason whatsoever.
A Link to the Past , Link's Awakening , Majora's Mask

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Monster Bait

Monster Bait is the adventurer's term for any hunk of meat used to distract or bribe a potential enemy.
The Legend of Zelda

Moon

Since the Terminan Moon threatened to crash into the world, it has been the object of much discussion regarding its supernatural power. In reality, the Moon was simply affected by the dark power of Majora's Mask and nothing more. Once Link was able to destroy the evil forces behind the Mask, the Moon was no longer a threat.
Majora's Mask

Moon Dungeons

This is the common name for the four mystical dungeons Link explored while inside Termina's Moon: the Deku Dungeon, the Goron Dungeon, the Zora Dungeon and the Link Dungeon.
Majora's Mask

Moon Pearl

The magical power of the Moon Pearl allows Link to smoothly transfer himself from the Light World into the Dark World.
A Link to the Past , Four Swords Adventures

Moon's Tear

When the Terminan Moon was under the spell of Majora's Mask, it would often cry precious tears which would fall to the ground intact. These beautiful blue stones were called Moon's Tears, and they are now worth many Rupees to collectors.
Majora's Mask

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Moosh

Moosh was the name of a giant blue polar bear who moved through the air on graceful wings. Moosh was a great friend to Link, carrying him through the air and helping the hero to crush enemies.
Oracle of Ages , Oracle of Seasons

Morpha

Morpha inhabited the Water Temple in Lake Hylia until Link was able to send it to the spirit realm. An unholy amoebae, Morpha possessed the ability to control the water in which it lived and create long-reaching tentacles to snare its prey.
Ocarina of Time

Mothula

Mothula was the guardian of the Skull Woods Palace, where Link recovered a magical Crystal on his quest to unlock the entrance to Ganon's Tower. Mothula was a giant moth who made its nest in a dark room filled with Spike Traps and moving floor tiles.
A Link to the Past

Mount Tamaranch

Found on Koholint Island, Mount Tamaranch is a tall peak in the Tal Tal Mountains where the Wind Fish decided to construct its hibernation egg.
Link's Awakening

Mountain Cave

Found within the rocky passageways of Death Mountain, the Mountain Cave is where Link discovered the ultra-powerful Magic Mirror.
A Link to the Past

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Mountain Village

The Mountain Village is located in Termina's Northern Mountain. The natural cycle of seasons was once disrupted due to the power of Majora's Mask, but Link was able to unlock the frozen cycle and ease the minds of the Goron villagers.
Majora's Mask

Mutt

Mutt is the name of a small dog who lived in Mabe Village during Link's visit to Koholint Island. Though mostly friendly, he would attack if provoked.
Link's Awakening

Mr. Barten

Mr. Barten was the bartender of Clock Town's famous Milk Bar during the Great Moon Crisis.
Majora's Mask

Mr. Write

Mr. Write was a reclusive man who lived in the Goponga Swamp on Koholint Island. He played an important role in helping Link find the Magnifying Glass.
Link's Awakening

Music Box House

Located in Termina's Ikana Canyon, the Music Box House blares melodies throughout the region to scare away unwanted ghosts and evil spirits.
Majora's Mask

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Mysterious Forest

Also known as the Mysterious Woods, this eerie forest on Koholint Island is filled with dangerous enemies and confusing trails. Many residents of the nearby Mabe Village are currently lobbying to have the entire forest clear-cut to get rid of the troublesome Moblins who make their homes there.
Link's Awakening

Mystery Item

The Mystery Item is an enigmatic crystal ball which produces a random item when broken on the ground.
Four Swords Adventures

Mysterious Pond

Found behind a cracked wall in the Pyramid of Power, the Mysterious Pond is home to a very generous Great Fairy.
A Link to the Past

Mystery Seeds

When tossed at an Owl Stature, Mystery Seeds produce helpful advice for weary adventurers.
Oracle of Ages , Oracle of Seasons

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