- Not to be confused with Bullbo, the giant boar enemy introduced in Twilight Princess.
Boars are recurring Animals in The Legend of Zelda series.[name references needed]
Breath of the Wild
Breath of the Wild features Woodland Boars and Red-Tusked Boars. They are commonly found in Forests. When encountered, they will either flee from Link or charge at him in defense. When defeated, Woodland Boars drop Raw Meat, while Red-Tusked Boars drop Raw Prime Meat, which can be eaten or cooked to restore Link's Life Gauge. Bokoblins will sometimes chase after Boars that wander near them, occasionally killing and eating them.
Philips CD-i Games
In The Faces of Evil and The Wand of Gamelon, Boars appear as unnamed enemies. They are short, fast enemies that run in a linear path and will fall to a single sword hit. However, due to their small size, striking one may become difficult if Link or Zelda are even slightly on an incline. In The Faces of Evil, they can be found in the Harlequin Bazaar. In The Wand of Gamelon, they inhabit Aru Ainu.
- The beast form of Ganon resembles a giant boar.
A Boar from The Wand of Gamelon
The Woodland Boar as it appears in the Hyrule Compendium from Breath of the Wild
- ↑ "Though "Ganon" is also a nickname for Ganondorf, here it refers to the beastlike form adopted by the thief following his transformation. The Demon King resembles a giant boar." (Hyrule Historia, Dark Horse Books, pg. 90)