Does anyone know of an official list of enemy names for TP? Some of them are obvious from other games in the series, but it's going to be a bit tricky to write articles for the rest if we don't know what they're called. Happyjoe5 10:34, 19 December 2006 (UTC)
These link right here should have the names of all of the enemies in Twilight Princess.
Is this a complete list for all games? Fused Shadow 16:32, 23 December 2007 (UTC)
The one for phantom hourglass isn't complete (i added most of the enemies on the list). if you know of anymore, please add to it.
Couple questions about the list
First, I notice there's quite a few enemies from Adventures of Link not mentioned. The bird-knights and phoenix women things in the Great Palace aren't there, Gargoyles (those little big-mouthed fireball spitting things in the palaces) aren't.
Also I see a lot of mention of "yellow" enemies. I've never heard anything besides "orange" before, and even most of the individual monsters are described as orange.
In AoL, when an enemy comes in multiple colors, these are sometimes noted in the list but sometimes not. What's the policy here? McJeff 17:21, 11 September 2008 (UTC)
ummm....well i would go try to put some on myself its just that i think the game sucks.....(my opinion)...but on to my point. what are those.......fireiy balls of death thingys i have lots of pictures of them
For the newest game, The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks, where is its enemies entry? This should be updated.
We should wain until the game is further played and get some extra info about the enemies ;)--The Gerudo Guy (talk) 23:18, December 11, 2009 (UTC) The Gerudo Guy
In the little info box thingies, should we include the damage dealt when enemies attack Link? --JazziJäzzi 21:52, July 7, 2010 (UTC)
i agree with dat guy. Fooster (talk) 16:08, July 10, 2010 (UTC)
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I typed in "link's awakening enemies" and it took me to a list of possibilities. This one was the sixth one on the list. Maybe we should have a redirect for that (and the other games) to their appropriate section on this page. What do you think?
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Or we could do like the characters and make seperate articles for each game Meep Meep (talk) 22:25, July 9, 2010 (UTC)
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That is what the category page is for. But yeah I agree with TM completely.
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