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Main appearance(s)
Use(s)
Hold down Switches
Climb onto high ledges
Complete puzzles
Comparable object(s)

Blocks are recurring Objects in The Legend of Zelda series.[1][2][3][name reference missing]

Location and Uses

Most types of Blocks can be pulled and/or pushed around to solve Block pushing puzzles. Blocks can also be used to reach higher ledges by climbing on top of one, and to keep a Switch pressed down by pushing a Block on top of the Switch. Depending on the game, Blocks may be pushed or pulled by pressing the A-button and moving the control stick or pad into the desired direction, or in the case of Phantom Hourglass and Spirit Tracks, by tapping the desired direction.

Types of Blocks

Ice Block

Main article: Ice

In The Minish Cap, certain items, such as Keys, are encased in ice blocks in the Temple of Droplets. To free their contents, Link can move the blocks and use Light Beams to melt them. After defeating one of the temple's three mini-bosses, Link will find the Flame Lantern which allows him to melt blocks of ice without sunbeams. In Four Swords Adventures, blocks of ice appear in the Temple of Ice.

Mobile Block

Mobile Blocks are used to scale Stone Tower in Majora's Mask. Their position can be manipulated by stepping on floor switches along the tower. Multiple blocks can be moved at a time by leaving shells on their switches when playing the "Elegy of Emptiness."

Puzzle Block

The most common type of block found in the series. Most of the time, they can be pushed in any direction. However, in some games blocks can only be pushed on an specific direction. They can be used to press floor switches, to reach high ledges, or to reveal hidden passages. The design of blocks varies from game to game. In Ocarina of Time, they bear the Crest of the Gerudo, which was later replaced in subsequent released of the game. In Majora's Mask, they bear Majora's Mask.

Somaria Block

In A Link to the Past and Oracle of Ages, the Cane of Somaria creates blocks that Link can push and sometimes carry around. Only a single block can be created at a time. In Four Swords Adventures, if Link gives the Fire Rod to a Great Fairy to upgrade it, the rod will also be able to create blocks that can be used as platforms. If Link uses the Fire Rod again, the block will explode, sending fire in four directions.

Sun Block

Sun Blocks appear in Majora's Mask, featuring a sun with a face in their design. They are used to seal passages in the Ikana region. They can only be removed by exposing them to light. Link can also remove them by reflecting light at them with the Mirror Shield or by shooting a Light Arrow. In Majora's Mask 3D, the sun design was replaced by an eye.

Nomenclature

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Language Name
Block Big Blocks Locked blocks
Canada FrenchCA Blocs (FSAE) Gros blocs (FSAE) Blocs fermés (FSAE)
Italian Republic Italian Blocco Blocco grande Blocco bloccato
Community of Latin American and Caribbean States SpanishLA Bloques (FSAE) Bloques grandes (FSAE) Bloques con cerradura (FSAE)

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References

  1. "There are some blocks you can push. If you see a suspicious block, press in the direction you want to push the block." — Stray Fairy (Four Swords)
  2. The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap — The Official Nintendo Player's Guide (Nintendo Co., Ltd.) pg. 30
  3. The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess — The Official Nintendo Player's Guide (Nintendo Co., Ltd.) pg. 97