"But if we're to enter the village, we'll have to make you a touch smaller first. Look at that. At first glance, it appears to be a mere stump, yes? No! That stump is a portal used by the people long ago to adjust their size! With my help, you can use it to shrink down to Minish size."

Minish Portals are objects from The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap. Specifically, Minish Portals are portals that allow Link to shrink to the size of a Minish with the help of Ezlo. The portals to the Minish World come in many various forms. Link encounters Minish Portals in the shape of tree stumps, rocks, and even overturned pots flipped by the Cane of Pacci. The entrance to the fourth dungeon, the Temple of Droplets, is a modified Minish Portal made of ice. When Link climbs on the top of one, Ezlo starts chanting, invoking the magic, shrinking Link and himself. A cutscene of Link shrinking inside of the portal is shown, but was omitted from Minish Portals found in dungeons. Link can return to his original size by repeating the process.

Minish Portals play a key part in the game, for there are many times that Link must access the Minish World. Reasons he may do so are to find special items like the Flippers, to speak to Minish characters, or to simply navigate to new areas. Minish Portals are often found in dungeons and may be revealed by completing certain puzzles.


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