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Korok Leaf

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Korok Leaf
BotW Korok Leaf Model.png
Game(s)
Use(s) Blowing wind
Strength 1
Comparable Item(s) Deku Leaf

Korok Leaves are items in Breath of the Wild.[1]

Location and Uses

Hyrule Compendium Entry

243 (248) Korok Leaf
BotW Hyrule Compendium Korok Leaf.png
Description
A single swing of this giant, sturdy leaf can create a gust of wind strong enough to blow away light objects. These will sometimes fall off trees as they're chopped down.
Common Locations
Hyrule Field
West Necluda
Properties
Atk 1
BotW Korok Leaf Icon.png

Korok Leaves can occasionally be found lying on the ground near Rafts, though they can also be found from felling Trees. When swung, Korok Leaves produce a strong gust of wind that can blow back light enemies,[2] such as Bokoblins, Yiga Footsoldiers or anything lighter. This gust is also useful against wind-sensitive objects such as windmills and Rafts, allowing Link to sail independently from chance winds. The gust from Korok Leaves can also be used to fan flames, quickly spreading fire. Korok Leaves are flammable and can be used to transfer flames. However, they will disintegrate if left ablaze for too long. Swinging a Korok Leaf without hitting a solid object will not damage the Leaf's durability.

As Korok Leaves are not designed to be used as weapons, they are not optimal for direct melee combat but are capable of dealing minor damage nonetheless. Korok Leaves cannot be thrown, as Link will merely blow a gust of wind if the R button is held and released. Charging an attack with a Korok Leaf will cause Link to forcefully thrust it forward from overhead, generating a longer-lasting gust of wind. Gusts from a Korok Leaf can upset Cuccos, prompting them to attack if sufficiently agitated.

Nomenclature

Korok Leaves are named for the Koroks.

TMC Forest Minish Artwork.png Names in Other Regions TMC Jabber Nut Sprite.png
Language Name Meaning
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland EnglishUK Korok Leaf
Japan Japanese コログのうちわ (Korogu no Uchiwa) Korok Fan
French Republic FrenchEU Éventail korogu Korok fan

See Also

References

  1. "Korok Leaf
    A single swing of this giant, sturdy leaf can create a gust of wind strong enough to blow away light objects. These will sometimes fall off trees as they're chopped down.
    " — Inventory (Breath of the Wild)
  2. "A single swing of this giant, sturdy leaf can create a gust of wind strong enough to blow away light objects." — Inventory (Breath of the Wild)