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Red Emblem

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Red Emblem
Red Emblem.png
The Red Emblem, as seen in-game
Use(s) Flip Stone Tower Temple upside-down

The Red Emblem is an object featured in the Stone Tower Temple from Majora's Mask.


The emblem is merely an oval-shaped, red stone with a slightly golden design around it.

After Link defeats the Garo Master, it will reveal the secret of the Stone Tower Temple. By shooting a Light Arrow into the Red Emblem outside of the temple, the temple will flip upside-down and thus allow the young hero to properly explore the rest of the dungeon.[1] Two other Red Emblems can also be found in the flipped temple as part of puzzles that Link must solve.

Although the emblem is more prominent in the Stone Tower Temple, it can also be found engraved in Death Armos.[2] Shooting the Red Emblem on the Death Armos will cause for the enemy itself to flip, allowing Link to defeat it by simply making the Death Armos strike itself into the ground.



TMC Forest Minish Artwork.png Names in Other Regions TMC Jabber Nut Sprite.png
Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese 赤いしるし (Akai Shirushi) Red Sign
French-speaking countries French Emblème Rouge Red Emblem
Federal Republic of Germany German Rote Emblem
Spanish-speaking countries Spanish Emblema Rojo Red Emblem



  1. "If you shoot that which releases the sacred golden light into the blood-stained, red emblem outside the temple... it shall rearrange things, in which the earth is born in the heavens and the moon is born on the earth." — Garo Master (Majora's Mask)
  2. "Death Armos, a temple guard... Look at that red mark on its chest! I know you've seen something like that before..." — Tatl (Majora's Mask)