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Fireshield Earrings

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Fireshield Earrings
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Game(s)
Use(s) Protecting from heat
Comparable Item(s) Goron Tunic

The Fireshield Earrings are an item in Skyward Sword.

Location and Uses

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Link obtains the earrings after successfully passing the test of Din's Silent Realm.[1][2] Upon entering an extremely hot region such as the Volcano Summit, the Fireshield Earrings will flash red, preventing Link's clothes from catching fire and allowing him to explore the area unhindered.[3] The earrings will also extinguish fire caught on his clothes from an enemy or trap, reducing the damage taken. They do not protect Link from fire-based attacks or direct contact with lava.

Nomenclature

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Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese 耐熱イヤリング (Tainetsu Iyaringu) Heatproof Earring
French Republic FrenchEU Boucles ignifuges Flame Earrings
Italian Republic Italian Termorecchini
Community of Latin American and Caribbean States SpanishLA Aretes ignifugos

References

  1. "You got the Fireshield Earrings! With these, you can stand any heat without a sweat. This is one of the three sacred gifts left by the goddess." — N/A (Skyward Sword)
  2. "Welcome back, Master. I conjecture your newly acquired Fireshield Earrings will allow you to safely travel in extremely hot areas." — Fi (Skyward Sword)
  3. "I am detecting extremely high temperatures in this area. However, your Fireshield Earrings will allow for extended periods of exploration." — Fi (Skyward Sword)