The Hammer can be found in Mutoh's Temple in Phantom Hourglass, where it is used to defeat the temple's boss, Eox. It is also used to pound at objects, including Switches and Springboards that will propel Link into the air if he stands on it and pounds it with the Hammer. It is also one of the most powerful weapons in the game. The Hammer is controlled by holding and moving the Stylus on the Nintendo DS screen, which will drag Ciela around as she aims it and prepares to smash it. It is possible to pound on objects and enemies that are far away from Link. When held for a while longer, the Hammer will grow to a gigantic size and will make a much stronger pound. It cannot be used while on stairs.
The Hammer is an effective weapon against certain enemies. Stalfos can be defeated with the Hammer in a single hit. By using it in conjunction with the Phantom Sword, it is also possible to defeat a Phantom without being seen by hiding in a Safe Zone.
A Link Between Worlds
The Hammer can be rented in Ravio's Shop in A Link Between Worlds. It is needed to progress through the Tower of Hera. The Hammer can be used to pound Moles into the ground, and if Link stands on it, the platform will spring back up, lifting him into midair. Big Moles can also take him to the next upper floor. If Link buys the Hammer, he can upgrade it to the Hammers, which does more damage to enemies and sends a shockwave to stun them.
In Zelda's Adventure, the Hammer is a Spell that Zelda can cast as a projectile with her Wand. It is a slow-moving Spell, but can potentially inflict a lot of damage onto enemies. It is dropped by Warbane after encountering him for the first time in the Shrine of Fire. It costs two Rupees to use.
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The default form of the Hammer is the Magic Hammer. The second form of the Hammer is the Igneous Hammer, followed by the Megaton Hammer.
The Lv.★ form of the Hammer is the 8-Bit Food, which is modeled after the 8-bit Food from The Legend of Zelda. It was added to Hyrule Warriors with the Majora's Mask Pack DLC. In Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition, instead of appearing as a separate Weapon, the 8-Bit Food replaces the Darkfire Hammer when the "8-Bit Weapons" Setting is turned on in Game Settings within the Settings menu.
In Hyrule Warriors Legends and Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition, the fourth form of the Hammer is the Darkfire Hammer, which is associated with both the Elements of Fire and Darkness.
Darunia performs a quick dance to get himself pumped up. He then swings his Hammer down hard at his foes four times, the final strike causing a small explosion ahead of him. This attack does damage in a small range ahead of Darunia, and carries the Fire Element, making the thrown enemies take additional damage as they land.
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