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Zora Tunic

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Zora Tunic
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Zora Tunic from Ocarina of Time 3D
Other media
300 Rupees
Breathing underwater

The Zora Tunic is a type of clothing in Ocarina of Time.

Uses and Location

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The Zora Tunic allows Link to breathe underwater.[1] It is mostly used in conjunction with the Iron Boots and is essential when exploring the Water Temple. Unlike the Goron Tunic, it does not offer any defense bonuses. The tunic can be stolen by a Like Like if Link is still wearing it when he gets spit out.

The tunic can be bought at the Zora Shop for 300 Rupees, or it can be given to Link by the King Zora when he unfreezes him from the Red Ice using Blue Fire.[2]


  • The Zora Tunic is made out of fish gills.[3]


TMC Forest Minish Artwork.png Names in Other Regions TMC Jabber Nut Sprite.png
Language Name Meaning
Canada FrenchCA Tunique Zora (OoT3D)
Federal Republic of Germany German Zora-Rüstung Zora Armor
Italian Republic Italian Veste degli zora (OoT3D)
Community of Latin American and Caribbean States SpanishLA Sayo zora (OoT3D)


See Also


  1. "You got a Zora Tunic! This diving suit is adult size, so it won't fit a kid. Wear it, and you won't drown underwater." — N/A (Ocarina of Time)
  2. "Oh--I've come back to life! Was it you who saved me? Don't be nervous! It looks like you have a hard time breathing underwater. As an expression of my gratitude, I grant you this tunic. With this, you won't choke underwater." — King Zora (Ocarina of Time)
  3. "To purify it, the King's Hylian water inspectors often needed to cleanse the riverbed of pollutants. To help them breathe underwater, the Zoras outfitted the Hylians with suits of fish gills." (Ocarina of Time Official Player's Guide (Nintendo Power) pg. 78)