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Cracked Walls,(OoS | OoA | FS)[1][2][3] also known as Fragile Walls,(ALttP | LA)[4][5][6] Suspicious-Looking Walls,(OoT)[7] and Bomb Walls,(PH)[8] are recurring Objects in The Legend of Zelda series.[note 1] Cracked Walls go unnamed in Four Swords Adventures and The Minish Cap.

Location and Uses[]

A Link to the Past[]

A Link to the Past Manual Description
A Link to the Past logo
Fragile Walls
Walls and floors with cracks in them can be knocked down with bombs. You can also try to knock down such walls with a dash attack. If you knock down a wall, you can sometimes get into the next room.

Link's Awakening[]

Link's Awakening Manual Description
Link's Awakening logo
Fragile Walls
If you notice cracks in a wall, try setting a bomb next to it. This may destroy the wall, allowing you access to the room on the other side.

Ocarina of Time[]

Suspicious-Looking Walls appear Inside the Deku Tree, in the Fire Temple, Water Temple, and Secret Grottoes. Both an obviously-cracked and subtle version can be found, and they make a distinct sound when struck with a sword. Suspicious-Looking Walls can be destroyed with Bombs, Bomb Flowers, or Blue Fire, revealing small passages, Treasure Chests, or Gold Skulltulas.

Oracle of Seasons[]

Oracle of Ages[]

Four Swords[]

Four Swords Adventures[]

The Minish Cap[]

Cracked Walls appear throughout Hyrule and in Dungeons in The Minish Cap. They can be destroyed with Bombs and Remote Bombs, and often reveal small caves containing Items or Chests.

Phantom Hourglass[]


TMC Forest Minish Artwork Names in other regions TMC Jabber Nut Sprite
JapanJapanese壊れる壁 (Kowareru Kabe) (ALttP)[10]
バクダンかべ (Bakudan Kabe) (TMC)[11]
Breakable Wall
Bomb Wall
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See Also[]


  1. Cracked Walls are referred to as Weak Walls in The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons and Oracle of Ages — The Official Nintendo Player's Guide by Nintendo Power.[9] However, as this contradicts the name given in the game's manual, it is not considered Canon.