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Massive Eye
First appearance The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass
“Uh...hang on... Does something feel odd to you? AGGGGH! Look, kid! What is that disgusting thing?! And at a time like this... This day couldn't get any worse! OK, but we need to face up to it, Link! A monster like that, who knows how to deal with it... Maybe... OH! FIRE! Fire! Fire! And fire some more! Yeah, as long as you keep shooting, we just might survive this. I'll man the machinery, you just aim and fire!”
Linebeck, The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass

Massive Eye is a huge, flying, six-eyed whale-like creature from The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass fought aboard the SS Linebeck. While heading to Goron Island, the sky turns dark and cloudy and a cyclone randomly forms over the ship before it reaches the dock, tossing them a short distance away while soaking the engine. Suddenly, Massive Eye flies in and starts patrolling the sky in front of the ship. Linebeck recommends Link shoot at it to fend it off. It then starts shooting giant balls of electricity from its eyes at the ship, which can be destroyed with the cannon, often giving a heart. It will also occasionally travel to the water's surface and charge the ship. Shooting one of the creature's eyes turns it from yellow to red. Another hit shuts it, preventing further electric shots from it. After a few hits to the eyes, it will begin occasionally twirling in the air to avoid further hits, and after a few more, it will start spawning Eyeball Monsters from its mouth to quickly ram the ship. Once all its eyes are forced shut, it falls straight down into the water, motionless, and sinks. It surfaces one last time to scream, then it disappears underneath. The engine has been given enough time to dry, and the two immediately finish going to the island.


  • The developmental reason for the cyclone may have simply been to get Jolene off the ship's trail if she was pursuing it, as she will move away once it occurs if that is the case.
  • If the system is closed right as Linebeck stops talking when the battle starts, there is a chance for the battle music to be replaced with the normal sea music.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese マッシブアイ
Massive Eye