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Reapling

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Reapling
Reapling.png
Game(s)
Habitat(s)Ghost Ship
Effective Weapon(s)Bow (Stun Only), Oshus's Sword with Leaf equipped (Stun Only)

Reaplings appear in Phantom Hourglass, when Link makes his way on to the Ghost Ship. Reaplings, unlike Phantoms, deal two hearts of damage to Link and do not knock him unconscious.

Reaplings can be avoided by only moving when they have their backs turned to Link. Like Phantoms, they cannot see Link in Safe Zones, but can instead move and see through walls, which Phantoms cannot do. They are immune to most forms of attack and cannot be killed, but a shot to the back with an Arrow will temporarily stun them. They can also be stunned if hit in the back with Oshus's Sword infused with Leaf, the Spirit of Power. They may be modified Phantoms, former adventurers or victims of the Ghost Ship, which is suggested by the first Cubus Sister's line;

Quote1.png They are fallen! Fallen! Fallen! They are the Fallen!... Quote2.png
— The first Cubus Sister

They seem to be subservient to the Cubus Sisters, since the Sisters initially tried to leave the task of dispatching Link to them, and were later disappointed when they failed.

Nomenclature

TMC Forest Minish Artwork.png Names in Other Regions TMC Jabber Nut Sprite.gif
Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese 地獄亡者 (Jigoku Mōja) Hell Dead
Canada FrenchCA Âme Damnée Damned Soul
Federal Republic of Germany German Zombie
Italian Republic Italian Morto Ramingo
Kingdom of Spain SpanishEU Erróbito
Community of Latin American and Caribbean States SpanishLA Reapling

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