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Eye Plant

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Eye Plant
Eye Plant.png
Habitat(s)World of the Ocean King
Effective Weapon(s)Cannon

The Eye Plant[1] is one of the toughest water enemies in Phantom Hourglass. They appear right next to the S.S. Linebeck, rising out of the water shooting seeds. Because of this, it is also not uncommon to accidentally bump into them, damaging Linebeck's ship that way as well. They must be attacked quickly before they get close to the ship. It takes 2 cannon shots to kill them.[2] Eye Plants are regarded as an annoying enemy due to the fact that they suddenly pop up in front of the boat forcing a crash into them if they are not removed in time.

Giant Eye Plant

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A Giant Eye Plant appears after Link sets out to find the island where the Spirit of Courage lies. He is ambushed by a large creature very similar to the regular Eye Plants found across the sea. This creature attempt to sink Linebeck's Boat by shooting giant spiked balls, but Link is able to defeat it by staying in motion and aiming for the monster's one weakness: its eye. The Giant Eye Plant again appears after returning to Bannan Island after giving the Old Wayfarer the Wood Heart.


TMC Forest Minish Artwork.png Names in Other Regions TMC Jabber Nut Sprite.gif
Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese コボズラ (Kobozura)
ボズラボズラ (Bozurabozura)
From the Japanese kanji 子 (Ko) meaning "child".
Federal Republic of Germany German Augenpflanze
Riesige Augenpflanze
Eye Plant
Giant Eye Plant
Italian Republic Italian Piantocchio
Piantocchio gigante


  1. "Some of the most dangerous creatures you'll encounter at sea are Eye Plants." (The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass Prima Official Game Guide (Prima Games), pg. 28)
  2. "It takes two direct cannon blasts to drop an Eye Plant, and their seeds can be shot down in midair as well." (The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass Prima Official Game Guide (Prima Games), pg. 28)
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