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Effective Weapon(s)Any and all physical contact

Bombarossa are recurring enemies in The Legend of Zelda series.[1] They float around in some dungeons, and explode on contact. Some patrol a small area, and must be avoided, while others remain stationary. Stationary Bombarossa sometimes form puzzles which must be solved by exploding them in a particular way to result in a chain explosion to activate switches. If the Bombarossa is in Link's path, the safest way to avoid them would be to jump over them using the Roc's Cape.

Bombarossa (Figurine from The Minish Cap)
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Appears in dungeons. They float in the air and explode when touched. Walk carefully, and you may escape unhurt...


  • Bombarossa's name comes from "bomba rossa", Italian for "red bomb". This name is only used in the English localization; in fact, the Italian localization uses the Japanese original "Bombui".


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Language Name Meaning
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland EnglishUK Bombarossa Red bomb
Japan Japanese ボンブイ (Bonbui) Bombuoy
French-speaking countries French Bombouée Bomb buoy
Federal Republic of Germany German Bombui
Italian Republic Italian Bombui
Spanish-speaking countries Spanish Bombite

See Also


  1. "Bombarossa" — Figurine (The Minish Cap)