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Door that Falls Down

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Door that Falls Down
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TMC
Game(s)
Habitat(s)Fire Temple
Gerudo Training Ground
Spirit Temple
Royal Crypt
Dark Hyrule Castle
Effective Weapon(s)Bombs
Megaton Hammer

Doors that Fall Down,(OoT)[name reference needed] also known as Door Mimics,(TMC) are recurring Enemies in The Legend of Zelda series.[1]

Characteristics

Ocarina of Time

Door Mimics resemble normal Dungeon doors, but fall down when approached by Link, potentially crushing him if he does not move out of the way quickly enough. They can be destroyed with a variety of weapons, including Bombs.

Doors that Fall Down appear in the Fire Temple, the Gerudo Training Ground, and the Spirit Temple. If Link tries to open them, they will wobble for a moment and fall on him. They can be destroyed using Bombs or the Megaton Hammer. Door Mimics can be discerned from regular doors in Ocarina of Time, as they stick out from the wall and the wall behind the bars in the window appears to be made of bricks.

The Minish Cap

Door Mimic (Figurine from The Minish Cap)
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Door Mimic
Appears in the Royal Crypt.
They look like doors, but they're really
traps! If you get too close to one, it
will fall down on you!

In The Minish Cap, Door Mimics appear in the Royal Crypt and Dark Hyrule Castle.

Nomenclature

TMC Forest Minish Artwork.png Names in Other Regions TMC Jabber Nut Sprite.png
Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese ドアマネ (Doa Mane) Imitation Door
French-speaking countries French Mimoporte Portmanteau of "mimer" (to mimic) and "porte" (door).
Federal Republic of Germany German Scheintür From the words "schein" (pretense) and "tür" (door).
Italian Republic Italian Porta mimica Door mimicry
Spanish-speaking countries Spanish Doamane

References

  1. "Door Mimic" — Figurine (The Minish Cap)