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Fairy Powder

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Fairy Powder
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Use(s) Curing the cursed Fairy Queen
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Fairy Powder is a quest item obtained in Oracle of Ages. The Fairy Queen, who has been turned into an Octorok by a curse set by Veran,[1] can be cured with the powder.[2] The Fairy Powder is kept in the nearby Eyeglass Island Library.[3] Using the Harp of Ages to travel between the past and present ages, Link is able to obtain the Book of Seals and use it to procure the powder from the library,[4] and subsequently use it to cure the fairy. The Fairy Queen then cleanses the seas with her magic, curing Jabu-Jabu of his illness.[5] Link is dubbed "Zora Hero" by the King Zora, and is permitted to enter Jabu-Jabu's Belly,[6] the seventh dungeon of the game.


  1. "You may not believe this, but I am the Queen Fairy, guardian of this sea! The curse of an evil one named Veran has made me appear so!" — Fairy Queen (Oracle of Ages)
  2. "The magic of Fairy Powder can turn me back to normal." — Fairy Queen (Oracle of Ages)
  3. "This is the Eyeglass Isle Library. Fairy Powder is said to be stored in back, but I've yet to see it." — Eyeglass Island Librarian (Oracle of Ages)
  4. "Fairy Powder is locked away in back, but without another Book of Seals, no one can reach the powder." — Old Man (Oracle of Ages)
  5. "Thanks to you, our seawater is clean again, and Jabu-Jabu's health has returned. All is well." — King Zora (Oracle of Ages)
  6. "I dub you Zora Hero and permit you to enter Jabu-Jabu." — King Zora (Oracle of Ages)

TMC Forest Minish Artwork.png Names in Other Regions TMC Jabber Nut Sprite.gif
Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese まほうのクスリ (Mahō no Kusuri) Magic Medecine
French-speaking countries French Poudre de Fée
Federal Republic of Germany German Feenstaubs
Italian Republic Italian Polvere Fatata
Kingdom of Spain SpanishEU Polvos Mágicos
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