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Habitat(s)Great Bay Temple
Great Bay
Stone Tower Temple
Effective Weapon(s)Zora Boomerangs
Hero's Bow

Desbrekos are enemies in Majora's Mask.


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It's a Desbreko. Once it bites you, it's not gonna want to let go. I haaaate this thing!

Desbrekos are skeletal fish that reside in the waters of the Great Bay and the Great Bay Temple. They are similar to the Skullfish, but are more lethal. Once Desbrekos sense Link’s presence, they will attack and try to cause injury to him. They are often found in groups and will attack as such. Destroying a Desbreko in the same room amongst Skullfishes will defeat the Skullfish as well.

Zora Link's Boomerangs, the Hookshot, and the Hero's Bow work well against them. To ensure safety when entering the water, Link should first empty the water that Desbrekos swim in.


  • Zora Link's Zora Guitar greatly resembles a Desbreko, and may have been crafted from one.


Desbreko's Japanse name, "Death Pleco," comes from Plecostomus, a type of freshwater fish colloquially referred to as the "sucker fish."

TMC Forest Minish Artwork.png Names in Other Regions TMC Jabber Nut Sprite.png
Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese デスプレコ (Desu Pureko) Death Pleco
Canada FrenchCA Desbreko (MM3D)
Federal Republic of Germany German Desbreko
Community of Latin American and Caribbean States SpanishLA Desbreko (MM3D)

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