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Snurglar

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Snurglar
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Race/SpeciesSnurgle
Game(s)
Habitat(s)Fire Realm
Effective Weapon(s)Cannon

Snurglars are enemies in Spirit Tracks.[1]

Characteristics

Snurglars are a large, red variety of Snurgle that appears only in the Fire Realm. Link must stun three Snurglars to gain access to the Fire Temple, as they each hold a Key needed to unlock the entrance door.[2] As hinted at by Gorons in Goron Village, they are sensitive to loud noises such as the Spirit Train's whistle. However, they are only sensitive to a short noise followed by one long one.[3][4] This will freeze Snurglars in their tracks, allowing Link to attack them with the Cannon. Unlike Snurgles, the Cannon explosion will only knock them unconscious for a moment. Upon coming around, the Snurglars without Keys will follow and hone in on the Spirit Train if it is nearby in an attempt to retrieve their Keys. Once all three Keys are secured and the Fire Temple completed, the Snurglars are replaced with Snurgles.

Nomenclature

Snurglar is a corruption of the word "burglar".

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Language Name
Italian Republic Italian Snurglar

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References

  1. Encyclopedia (Dark Horse Books), pg. 205
  2. "There is a gate to the Fire Temple that is protected by three locks. But some mischievous monsters stole all the keys! Without getting all the keys back from the monsters, you can't open the doors!" — Goron (Spirit Tracks)
  3. "I hear that monsters on that mountain do not like big noises." — Goron (Spirit Tracks)
  4. "The monsters on the mountain don't like a certain noise. The noise goes like this: one short noise, then one long noise. Like "gon-gorooooooon." I don't know what sound that is, but it works. Just don't forget now: gon-goroooooooon!" — Goron in Goron Village (Spirit Tracks)