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|caption = An Arrow Orb
 
|caption = An Arrow Orb
 
|firstgame = ''[[The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass|Phantom Hourglass]]'' ([[2007]])
 
|firstgame = ''[[The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass|Phantom Hourglass]]'' ([[2007]])
|games = ''[[The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass|Phantom Hourglass]]'' ([[2007]])<br>''[[The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks|Spirit Tracks]]'' ([[2009]])
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|games = ''[[The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass|Phantom Hourglass]]''<br />''[[The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks|Spirit Tracks]]''
|found = [[Dungeon]]s<br>[[Tower of Spirits]]
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|found = [[Dungeon]]s<br />[[Tower of Spirits]]
 
|use = Refiring [[arrow]]s
 
|use = Refiring [[arrow]]s
 
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'''Arrow Orbs''' are recurring objects in the ''[[The Legend of Zelda]]'' series. These levitating orbs are adorned with an [[arrow]]-like design.
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'''Arrow Orbs''' are recurring objects in the [[The Legend of Zelda series|''Legend of Zelda'' series]]. These levitating orbs are adorned with an [[arrow]]-like design. Their principal function is re-firing arrows that have been shot at them in whichever direction the orb's arrow points, allowing [[Link]] to hit objects that he could not hit previously with his [[Bow]]. The direction in which the arrows are shot can be changed by hitting the Arrow Orb with the [[Boomerang]], the [[Whip]], or his [[sword]]; every time it is hit, the arrow's direction rotates clockwise to the next compass direction.
   
==Appearances==
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== Appearances ==
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=== ''[[The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass]]'' ===
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Arrow Orbs appear in [[dungeon]]s. The direction in which they fire an arrow can be changed if they are hit by the [[Grappling Hook]], Boomerang, or sword.
   
===''[[The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass]]''===
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=== ''[[The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks]]'' ===
Arrow Orbs appear in [[dungeons]]. Their principal function is refiring arrows that have been shot at it in whichever direction the orb's arrow points, allowing [[Link]] to hit objects he could not hit previously with his [[Bow]]. The direction in which the arrows are shot can be changed by hitting the Arrow Orb with the [[Boomerang]] or his sword; every time it is hit, the arrow's direction rotates clockwise to the next compass direction.
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Arrow Orbs in serve the same purpose as in ''Phantom Hourglass''. However, in ''Spirit Tracks'', orbs can be picked up and thrown by Link or a [[Princess Zelda|possessed]] [[Phantom]] and may even be used while held by a Phantom. Arrow Orbs may be used to change the direction of normal arrows as well as [[Bow of Light|Light Arrow]]s. The directions of an Arrow Orb is changed if hit by the Boomerang, [[Whirlwind]], [[Whip]], or sword.
 
===''[[The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks]]''===
 
The Arrow Orbs ''Spirit Tracks'' serve the same purpose as in ''Phantom Hourglass''. However, in ''Spirit Tracks'', the orbs can be picked up and thrown by Link and the [[Princess Zelda|possessed]] [[Phantom Guardian|Phantom]] and even used while in the Phantom's hands. The Arrow Orbs may be used to change the direction of normal arrows as well as [[Bow of Light|Light Arrows]].
 
   
 
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Arrow Orbs are recurring objects in the Legend of Zelda series. These levitating orbs are adorned with an arrow-like design. Their principal function is re-firing arrows that have been shot at them in whichever direction the orb's arrow points, allowing Link to hit objects that he could not hit previously with his Bow. The direction in which the arrows are shot can be changed by hitting the Arrow Orb with the Boomerang, the Whip, or his sword; every time it is hit, the arrow's direction rotates clockwise to the next compass direction.

Appearances Edit

The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass Edit

Arrow Orbs appear in dungeons. The direction in which they fire an arrow can be changed if they are hit by the Grappling Hook, Boomerang, or sword.

The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks Edit

Arrow Orbs in serve the same purpose as in Phantom Hourglass. However, in Spirit Tracks, orbs can be picked up and thrown by Link or a possessed Phantom and may even be used while held by a Phantom. Arrow Orbs may be used to change the direction of normal arrows as well as Light Arrows. The directions of an Arrow Orb is changed if hit by the Boomerang, Whirlwind, Whip, or sword.

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