Monster Tail

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Monster Tails are recurring Items in The Legend of Zelda series.(ALBW | TotK)[1][name references needed] Monster Tails go unnamed in Breath of the Wild and Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity.

Location and Uses

A Link Between Worlds



Breath of the Wild



List of Monster Tails

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The severed tail of a Lizalfos. It continues to wriggle even after being separated from its body. That kind of vitality makes it highly valued as an ingredient in elixirs.

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The severed tail of an Ice-Breath Lizalfos. Its hard scales and flesh make it unsuitable for cooking, but it's perfect for making elixirs.

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The severed tail of a Fire-Breath Lizalfos. Its flavor makes the flesh inedible, but toss it into a stew with some critters, and you'll have yourself a nice elixir.

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The severed tail of an Electric Lizalfos. Its powerful stench makes it unappetizing and unfit for cooking, but it's highly valued as an ingredient for elixirs.

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Tears of the Kingdom



List of Monster Tails

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A highly flexible, stretchable tail. Fuse it with a weapon to add a lashing, whiplike quality to attacks.

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A highly flexible, stretchable tail. Fuse it with a weapon to add a lashing, whiplike quality to attacks, or cook it with a critter to make an elixir.

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A highly flexible, stretchable tail. Fuse it with a weapon to add a lashing, whiplike quality to attacks, or cook it with a critter to make an elixir.

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A tough, flexible, stretchable tail. Fuse it with a weapon to add a lashing, whiplike quality to attacks.

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A tail that has stored up some heat from a scorching-hot environment. Fuse it with a weapon to add a lashing, whiplike quality toa ttacks, or cook it into an elixir.

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A tail that's been exposed to the cold in an extremely frigid environment. Fuse it with a weapon to add a lashing, whiplike quality to attacks, or cook it into an elixir.

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A tail that's been exposed to electricity. Fuse it with a weapon to add a lashing, whiplike quality to attacks, or cook it with a critter to make an elixir.

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Other Appearances

Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity



Nomenclature

  Names in Other Regions  
LanguageNamesMeanings
Japanese
魔物の尻尾 (Mamono no Shippo)[3] 
FrenchCA
Queue de monstre[8] 
FrenchEU
Queue de monstre[5] 
German
Monsterschweif[4] 
Italian
Coda di mostro[2]Same as English.
Korean
몬스터의 꼬리 (Monseuteo-ui Kkoli)[6] 
SpanishLA
Cola de monstruo[7] 
SpanishEU
Cola de monstruo 
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See Also

References

  1. "Monster Tails and Weapons
    Fuse a monster tail to a weapon to make it extendable, increasing the range of your attacks.
    " — Tips and Tricks (Tears of the Kingdom)
  2. "Coda di mostro
    Ingrediente principale della pozione blu
    Portalo alla vecchia strega!
    " — Gear (A Link Between Worlds)
  3. "魔物の尻尾
    薬の素材の1つ
    魔法おばばの薬屋に持って行けば
    青い薬を作ってもらえる
    " — Gear (A Link Between Worlds)
  4. "Monsterschweif
    Zutat für magische Tränke. Lasse dir damit im Magieshop ein blaues Elixier brauen.
    " — Gear (A Link Between Worlds)
  5. "Queue de monstre
    Ingrédient principal de la potion bleue. Apportez-en à Mamie Magie !
    " — Gear (A Link Between Worlds)
  6. "몬스터의 꼬리
    약물 소재 중 하다
    마법 할머니의 약국에 가져가면
    푸른물약을 만들 수 있다
    " — Gear (A Link Between Worlds)
  7. "Cola de monstruo
    Un ingrediente de poción. Llévalo a la bruja y te hará una poción azul.
    " — Gear (A Link Between Worlds)
  8. "Queue de monstre
    Ingrédient principal de la potion bleue. Apportez-en à la sorcière!
    " — Gear (A Link Between Worlds)