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|Comparable Item(s)|| Gust Jar|
The Gust Bellows is an item that first appears in Skyward Sword which is used to blow gusts of wind.
Location and Uses
The Gust Bellows is an item reminiscent of the Gust Jar from The Minish Cap. Link uses the item to create powerful vortexes of wind, which can be used reveal objects underneath ancient piles of sand, or the remains of non-hardened magma. It can also be used to blow away small enemies, making then vulnerable for a short period of time, but it can also be used to expose enemy's weak points, such as the Armos. It is found in the Lanayru Mining Facility, in a large, sand-filled warehouse patrolled by Froaks. Contrary to most dungeon items, it's not guarded by a mini-boss. After completing the Lanayru Mining Facility, the Gust Bellows can be used in a sidequest for Mallara, Pipit's mom, who asks Link to blow away all of the dust, infesting the interior of her home. Upon doing so, the hero will receive a Red Rupee and 5 Gratitude Crystals as a reward.
- ↑ "You got the Gust Bellows! It is an ancient and mystical device capable of blowing an endless gust of wind." — N/A (Skyward Sword)
- ↑ "You got your Gust Bellows back! The power to blast a powerful gust of air at anything you choose is yours once again!" — N/A (Skyward Sword)
- ↑ "Ahh, Link. Welcome. So here's the thing, Link. My house is terribly dirty... Pipit is always telling me to do some dusting around here, but I just can't bring myself to do it. That's why I wanted to ask you if you wouldn't mind cleaning it for me. I'll even pay you, Link." — Mallara (Skyward Sword)
- ↑ "You will?! Great! I knew you wouldn't leave me to sit in this dusty house, Link. What's that? ... A broom? You know, I don't even remember where we keep the crazy thing... ...Or if we ever owned one... Most of the time I just wait for a good strong wind to come along and blow the dust away. So look, I don't really care how you get the job done--I just want you to blow it all away for me. So I'll just leave you to it, then!" — Mallara (Skyward Sword)
|Names in Other Regions|
|Japanese||まほうのツボ (Mahō no Tsubo)||Magic Jar|
|Spanish||Ánfora de aire||Amphora of Air|
|Jarre des vents|