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Magic Book

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Magic Book
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The Magic Book from Four Swords Adventures
Game(s)
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Village of the Blue Maiden (FSA)

The Magic Book, also known as the Book of Magic in The Legend of Zelda, is a recurring item in The Legend of Zelda series.

Appearances

The Legend of Zelda

The Legend of Zelda Manual Comment

The Legend of Zelda

Magic wand

This is the wand that Wizzrobe uses. Wave it to let loose magic spells. What's more, if Link picks up the Magic Book and learns some new spells, he can chant some fiery spells and send out flames.
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In The Legend of Zelda, the Book of Magic is an item that Link equips to add the power of Fire to the Magical Rod.[1] In addition to the normal magic beam that shoots from the Magical Rod, the Book of Magic allows it to also emit Fire once its beam makes contact with an enemy, object or wall. Like the Fire emitted from the Blue Candle and the Red Candle, it deals a damage of 1 on certain enemies. The Book is found in Level-8 of the First Quest and Level-4 of the Second Quest.

Four Swords Adventures

In Four Swords Adventures, the Magic Book is a minor quest item. The book belongs to Iris, the novice magician trapped within the Dark World. Iris was practicing her magic in the Village of the Blue Maiden when she teleported herself to the Dark World, accidentally leaving her Magic Book behind in the Light World. The Links can use the Roc's Feather to jump over the pit in the long house east of the Seeker's Guild headquarters and meet Iris' teacher who has found her book lying unguarded. The teacher requests the Links to give the book back to her apprentice in the Dark World.[2]

Nomenclature

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Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese バイブル (Baiburu) (TLoZ) Bible
French-speaking countries French Grimoire
Federal Republic of Germany German Zauberbuch
Italian Republic Italian Grimorio
Spanish-speaking countries Spanish Libro de Magia Book of Magic
Community of Latin American and Caribbean States SpanishLA Libro mágico (TLoZ) Triforce piece.png Magic book

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References

  1. "This is the wand that Wizzrobe uses. Wave it to let loose magic spells. What's more, if Link picks up the Magic Book and learns some new spells, he can chant some fiery spells and send out flames." (The Legend of Zelda manual, pg. 26)
  2. "That little brat, Iris! I can't believe she'd leave such a valuable book just lying around... Hey... Aren't you the lads who freed Vaati? What good timing. You know how to get to the Dark World, do you not? If you see my apprentice, a witch named Iris, please give her this book." — Iris' Teacher (Four Swords Adventures)