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Deadite

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Not to be confused with Jawbees.
Deadite
Sprite
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TWoGTFoE
Game(s)
Habitat(s)The Faces of Evil
Lupay
Nortinka
Serigon Caves

The Wand of Gamelon
Dordung Cave
Shrine of Gamelon

Deadites are recurring enemies in The Legend of Zelda series.[1]

Characteristics

Deadites appear as large, bat like creatures with over-sized heads. They are known to inhabit cold regions, caves and mountains. Their only means of attack is to fly directly into their target and bite at them with their over-sized heads.

The Faces of Evil



The Wand of Gamelon



Nomenclature

The name "Deadite" may be a reference to the demonic enemies in Army of Darkness, an horror film that was released roughly a year before The Faces of Evil and The Wand of Gamelon.

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See Also

References

  1. "De oplossing voor de graftombe van Gamelon is als volgt: ga de tombe binnen en ga naar de top van het speelscherm. Spring of gebruik de onzichtbaarheidsmantel (Magic Cloack) om de Phyrandaii te ontwijken. Ga naar buiten door de grotingang bovenin. Gebruik opnieuw de Magic Cloack tegen de Phyrandaii en pas ook op voor de Deadites." (CD-interactief Volume 2 Number 11 (HUB Uitgevers), pg. 31)