Cracked Wall

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Cracked Walls,(OoS | OoA | FS)[1][2][3] also known as Fragile Walls,(ALttP | LA)[4][5][6] Suspicious-Looking Walls,(OoT)[7] Fake Walls,(MM)[8] and Bomb Walls,(PH)[9] are recurring Objects in The Legend of Zelda series.[name references needed] Cracked Walls go unnamed in Ocarina of Time 3D, Four Swords Adventures, The Minish Cap, and Spirit Tracks.

Location and Uses

A Link to the Past



Link's Awakening

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Fragile Walls
If you notice cracks in a wall, try setting a bomb next to it. This may destroy the wall, allowing you access to the room on the other side.


Ocarina of Time

Cracked Walls appear Inside the Deku Tree, in the Fire Temple, Water Temple, and Secret Grottoes. Both an obviously-cracked and subtle version can be found, and they make a distinct sound when struck with a sword. Suspicious-Looking Walls can be destroyed with Bombs, Bomb Flowers, or Blue Fire, revealing small passages, Treasure Chests, or Gold Skulltulas.

Majora's Mask



Oracle of Seasons



Oracle of Ages



Four Swords



Four Swords Adventures



The Minish Cap

Cracked Walls appear throughout Hyrule and in Dungeons in The Minish Cap. They can be destroyed with Bombs and Remote Bombs, and often reveal small caves containing Items or Chests.

Phantom Hourglass



Spirit Tracks



Cracked Walls appear in the Tower of Spirits and at the Trading Post. They can be destroyed with Bombs and Bomb Flowers, creating openings into other areas. Some Cracked Walls are invisible under normal circumstances and only appear as cracks in walls in total darkness, requiring Link to extinguish any nearby light sources such as stationary Torches in order to see them.

Breath of the Wild



Tears of the Kingdom



Nomenclature

Names in Other Regions
LanguageNamesMeanings
Japan
Japanese
  • 壊れる壁 (Kowareru Kabe) (ALttP)[11]
  • バクダンかべ (Bakudan Kabe) (TMC)[10]
  • Breakable Wall
  • Bomb Wall
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Other Names

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