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Blue Chuchus,(MM | TMC | PH | SS)[2] also known as Blue ChuChus(TWW) and Blue Chus(TP)[2], are recurring Enemies in The Legend of Zelda series.


Majora's Mask[]

Tatl's Comment
Tatl says:

Blue Chuchu... This doesn't have anything inside of it, so it's really just a blob of water.

Blue Chuchus are a unique variety that only appear in the Great Bay Temple, as part of a puzzle. Unlike other Chuchus, they do not contain items like Hearts, Arrows, or Magic Jars, instead solely being used to freeze and use as makeshift platforms via the Ice Arrow.

The Wind Waker[]

Tingle's Comments
Tingle says:

It's a wiggly-giggly Blue ChuChu! You'll get shocked if you use your sword! Stun it with your boomerang, maybe? You might also try using a Tingle Bomb!

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After obtaining the Bow

That's a wiggly-giggly Blue ChuChu! You'll go numb if you use your sword on it. You can handle it easily with an arrow! Or just use a Tingle Bomb!

There are 23 Blue ChuChus which can be found throughout the Great Sea. Link can obtain Blue Chu Jellies from them by either defeating them or using the Grappling Hook. Once Link obtains the Blue Chu Jelly from a Blue ChuChu, it can never be obtained again from that same one (a Yellow Rupee will drop instead). Because of this, there are only 23 total Blue Chu Jellies that Link can ever obtain.

Blue ChuChu Locations[]

Island Location
Star Island Underneath a boulder (requires Bombs or the Power Bracelets).
Northern Fairy Island Near the eastern palm tree.
Crescent Moon Island Near the Treasure Chest.
Crescent Moon Island Near the same Treasure Chest.
Overlook Island On top of the far side of the island (requires the Hookshot).
Mother and Child Isles On the smaller of the two islands.
Spectacle Island Underneath the small bridge.
Pawprint Isle On top of the north-eastern statue.
Western Fairy Island Near the southern palm tree.
Rock Spire Isle Link can find this ChuChu after blowing up each rock, then reaching the final rock spire.
Tingle Island Near the small wooden sign by the base of the tower.
Eastern Fairy Island Near the northern palm tree.
Thorned Fairy Island Near the eastern palm tree.
Needle Rock Isle On the ring isle.
Stone Watcher Island Behind the giant faced rock.
Bird's Peak Rock On the ledge above the steel door (requires the Grappling Hook).
Diamond Steppe Island On one of the higher up ledges (requires the Hookshot).
Shark Island When Link activates all four switches quickly, an updraft will appear, which he can then use with the Wind's Requiem and the Deku Leaf to reach the highest point of the island where the ChuChu is.
Southern Fairy Island Near the eastern palm tree.
Cliff Plateau Isles When Link drops into the hole and makes his way through the cave, he will come out on the other side where the ChuChu is.
Horseshoe Island This ChuChu only spawns at night, and can be found to the right of the second hole.
Angular Isles On top of the largest isle next to the Treasure Chest.
Boating Course Link can reach this ChuChu by using the Deku Leaf to glide from the highest point of the main island to the island on the other side.

The Minish Cap[]

Chuchu (Figurine from The Minish Cap)
TMC Chuchu Figurine Sprite
Appears in various areas.
Chuchus come in many colors.
Each color is a little different, but
ranged weapons work well against all.

Blue Chuchus are found within the caves of Veil Falls and in the Palace of Winds in The Minish Cap. As soon as they emerge from the ground, they electrify themselves; they are invulnerable to Sword strikes while electrified, and must be damaged with a different Item or stunned with the Boomerang or Magical Boomerang. If Link touches one while it is electrified, it will damage him and stun him briefly.

Twilight Princess[]

Blue Chus appear as enemies in Twilight Princess and are more rare than Red Chus, Yellow Chus, or Purple Chus. They can be found in the Lakebed Temple, Hyrule Field, Snowpeak Ruins, and Caves. Upon defeat, they drop Blue Chu Jelly which Link can scoop up in a bottle and drink, restoring his entire Life Gauge. This jelly is functionally identical to a Blue Potion, but cannot be purchased.

Phantom Hourglass[]

Appearing similar to their design in The Wind Waker, Blue Chuchus constantly discharge electricity as opposed to the Yellow Chuchu's periodic bursts. As a result, Blue Chuchus cannot be killed with a sword while their defenses are up, and instead must be stunned first or dispatched by other means.

Skyward Sword[]

Fi's Comment
Fi says:

Target lock: Blue Chuchu

This is a rare, aquatic Chuchu. Known for attaching itself to unaware victims, its gelatinous body will clog your air pipe, literally taking your breath away.

It is exceedingly dangerous to allow one of the larger specimens to stick to you for any length of time.

Blue Chuchus appear in Skyward Sword, though unlike some previous Zelda games, they cannot discharge electricity and remain underwater. Blue Chuchus can only be defeated by Link performing an underwater spin, though strict attention to the air gauge is necessary.


TMC Forest Minish Artwork Names in other regions TMC Jabber Nut Sprite
JapanJapanese青チュチュ (Ao Chuchu) (SS)[3]
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See Also[]


  1. The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks — PRIMA Official Game Guide (Collector's Edition), Prima Games, pg. 183
  2. 2.0 2.1 Encyclopedia, Dark Horse Books, pg. 171 (MM | MM3D | TWW | TWWHD | TMC | TP | TPHD | PH | SS)
  3. Hyrule Encyclopedia, Ambit Ltd., pg. 185