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First appearance The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass (2007)
Latest appearance The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks (2009)
Variant of Zora
Geozard Chief
“Eeeeek! What is that disgusting monster?! Phantoms are terrifying, but at least they're not as revolting as that thing! Let's fight him together, Link!”
Princess Zelda, The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks

Geozards,[1] also known as Zora Warriors,[2][3], are a species of burly humanoid fish that can walk on land. They bear a striking resemblance to early enemy depictions of Zoras, though the only sources to make an explicit connection are the Prima Games guides; they are simply referred to as "Fishman" internally[4].


The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass[edit]

In The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass, Zora Warriors wield a sword and wooden shield, and commonly act as a tough enemy in various situations. The first one appears in a cave on Molida Island, where it jumps from the water before attacking as a miniboss. Unlike most miniboss encounters, this is repeatable. Following this, a previously absent one can be found on Nyave's ship alongside five Umi Blins, along with many other places. Sometimes, such as a later encounter on Molida Island and right outside Mutoh's Temple on the Isle of Ruins, they are fought in pairs. They commonly jump from nearby water and shriek to appear, but sometimes will already be present. When not battling Link, they tend to wander around in a lumbering fashion. When defeated, they always leave behind a red Rupee.

To attack, they can either do a forward swing of their sword or breath a fireball. They are adept at using their shields, which are indestructible and irremovable, and as such must be attacked from the back in most cases. If using a powered-up Neri, Link's own shield can push them back and cause them to drop their guard, but not for long enough to do anything meaningful. Unless powered up with Leaf, it takes five sword strikes to defeat a Zora Warrior, with Jump Attacks shortening it. Once Link obtains the hammer, they can be defeated easily with it; since Ciela carries it, it goes over their shields, and they take only two hits from it while not charged up to defeat. With a charged up hammer, they are defeated in only one hit.

The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks[edit]

In The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks, Geozards have been noticeably changed. They now have metal shields and have lost their head crests and fire breath abilities, with those going to the stronger Geozard Chiefs. One first appears in the second visit to the Tower of Spirits on the sixth floor, where its appearance disgusts Zelda. Phantom Zelda must distract it from the front while Link attacks from behind, with it taking more hits than before to down them. In later appearances, the boomerang can stun them, the whip can rid them of their shields, and Zelda as a Wrecker Phantom can roll over them.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ギョマゾン


  1. ^ Stratton, Stephen, and David Knight. The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks PRIMA Official Game Guide. Page 29.
  2. ^ Stratton, Stephen, and Fletcher Black. The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass Prima Official Game Guide. Page 25.
  3. ^ Stratton, Stephen, and David Knight. The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks PRIMA Official Game Guide. Pages 13 and 240.
  4. ^ The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass internal filename (Fishman)