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The need for a strategy section is under dispute. Also, the image of the 'gel' from A Link to the Past is a similar image of the 'Zol' from A Link to the Past. Clarification of this enemy is needed. The structure of this page is a bit awkward, perhaps because there is so little text, yet there is multiple images and boxes. Expansion needed. Mases 03:22, 20 April 2008 (UTC)

Complete revamp has been done. Perhaps there are still some minor changes that could be made. Four Swords? Apparently the gel was in Four Swords as well. (A Game I haven't played). lists Four Swords as a game where the gel appeared, but is far from accurate in terms of its encyclopedia. Perhaps a few more screenshots could work and if there is anything else to add on the individual games where a gel does appear. Mases 21:45, 27 May 2008 (UTC)

Merging with Zol

Who thinks it needs to be merged with Zol? The gel is similar to the zol, but it is different. I don't see the point of merging the two.Neo 01:49, 13 September 2009 (UTC)

I do not think this should be merged with Zol. I think they are enemies that are a part of the same family, but distinctive from one another. They have separate entries in just about every single strategy guide and game manual that lists enemies. I think they their relationship is similar to that of a Vire and a Keese. Keeping them separate makes sense to me. I think the wording of the articles could be adjusted so that they do not seem as repetitive. Mases 16:30, 30 November 2009 (UTC)
This should be merged because Gels come from Zol, they are a part of Zols. We don't find that much gel alone in the game without slicing a Zol. Jeangabin 08:18, 17 March 2010 (UTC)
Ok, I see. What you mean is because of this. What you should know is both the green and the red "Zol/Gel"-like enemy are not officially named in english. I don't why zeldadungeon chose those names, but in the original version only the name "Zol" is find. Jeangabin 12:37, 12 July 2010 (UTC)


This article is a fine example of a situation where I feel that we're using galleries incorrectly. Witness:

Here we have 3 sprites, all of which look pretty bad at this resolution. Perhaps in situations such as these, we need to adopt a table, such as the one used on Minish Portal, to keep everything native. So the above gallery would look more like:

TLoZ Gel Sprite.png
Gel in The Legend of Zelda
LADX Gel Sprite.png
Gel in Oracle of Ages andOracle of Seasons
FS Gel Sprite.png
Gel in Four Swords

It would be nice to have a template that makes sure that all the table elements get the right background colour and border. • Pete | 10:17, 16 March 2010 (UTC)

Skyward Sword - gel or chuchu?

Some Zelda sites (ZU and ZD) are saying that the slime enemy is a Red ChuChu, but now this says that it is in fact a gel and not a ChuChu. Is there any source confirming this? Dany36 02:07, 18 June 2010 (UTC)

I've seen a video myself that shows them behaving like Gels in that it's a short round blob that splits into two once you damage it, and the two little blobs latch onto you. The video was on GameTrailers. I'll try to get it to load (comp is being crappy at the moment!) Here you go: The best sample of evidence is at the very end of the video. (Absolutely gorgeous footage overall by the way, recommend watching the whole thing!) RustyCage 22:22, 17 June 2010 (EST)
Whoa, you're totally right. Just changed it on the Skyward Sword page saying it is a gel. Thanks! Dany36 02:43, 18 June 2010 (UTC)

I think the one in the image is a zol, not a gel. --Ganondox (U) (T) (C) 19:30, 24 June 2010 (UTC)

Same here. Jeangabin 19:48, 24 June 2010 (UTC)

Skyward Sword Picture of a Gel

I didn't see a picture of a Gel in Skyward Sword, so I've decided to give you the link to the picture! Thanks! ZeldaHearts2010 22:35, 27 June 2010 (UTC)
The picture is on the Zol's page. Jeangabin 07:04, 28 June 2010 (UTC)