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Fireballs are recurring abilities in The Legend of Zelda series.[1][name reference needed][2] Fireballs go unnamed in Hyrule Warriors Legends.


Hyrule Warriors

Fireballs are Boss Attack Item that are obtained by defeating King Dodongo in Ganon's Fury.[3] They are effective against Argorok.[1] Fireballs are also used by King Dodongo and Ganon as Boss Attack, which can be countered with Bombs.

Cadence of Hyrule

Octavo is capable of summoning three Fireballs as an attack. In Story Mode — Octavo, Octavo can find the Fireball Spell, which allows him to summon three Fireballs at the cost of his Stamina.[4] As he is the Future World counterpart of Octavo, The NecroDancer is also capable of summoning Fireballs to attack.

When Octavo finds the Fireball Spell, a Fate appears to chastise his foolish behavior.[5]


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GermanyGermanFeuerball[6]Same as English.
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See Also


  1. 1.0 1.1 "Shoot a Fireball from your right hand. This can put Argorok into a downed state." — Tutorial (Hyrule Warriors)
  2. "Fireball
    Launches three magic fireballs in the direction you are facing.
    " — Inventory (Cadence of Hyrule)
  3. "By picking up the Boss Attack items dropped by defeated Giant Bosses, you gain the ability to use Boss Attacks until the battle ends. By hitting each Giant Boss with the Boss Attack it's weak to, you can force the boss into a downed state." — Tutorial (Hyrule Warriors)
  4. "You got the fireball spell! It's automatically assigned to L Button, and only Octavo can use it. Press L Button to launch three magic fireballs in the direction you are facing." — N/A (Cadence of Hyrule)
  5. "Fool! Look at you, flittering about without a care for the present. There is more to a journey than the destination..." — Fate (Cadence of Hyrule)
  6. "Ganons rechte Hand schießt Feuerbälle." — Tutorial (Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition)