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Kodongo
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Kodongos[1]
Main appearance(s)
Habitat(s)
Effective Weapon(s)

Kodongos are recurring Enemies in The Legend of Zelda series.[2] They are small reptilians with an appearance similar to a rhino or triceratops, much like a Dodongo.

Characteristics

Kodongos often appear behind low barriers, where they walk back and forth occasionally breathing bursts of three fireballs. These fireballs can reach beyond the barrier, but it is difficult for Link to hit the Kodongo. The fireballs will burst into flame when they impact on something, so they can temporarily block off short passageways with their flames. The Kodongos themselves are weak, and can be defeated with a single sword stroke, although they are invulnerable to other attacks like the Boomerang.

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Green Kodongos appear in the Palace of Darkness in the Dark World, where they live in a pitch black maze-like room, making their attacks more dangerous, but they themselves are no stronger than the red variety.

Other Appearances

Ancient Stone Tablets



Nomenclature

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LanguageName
JapanJapaneseコドンゴ (Kodongo)[3]
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References

  1. "Kodongos spit a stream of flames from their mouths that linger for a time."  (Encyclopedia (Dark Horse Books) pg. 188)
  2. Encyclopedia (Dark Horse Books) pg. 188 (ALttP | ALBW | TFH)
  3. Nintendo Official Guidebook—The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past & Four Swords (Shogakukan) pg. 24