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Twilit Bulblin

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Twilit Bulblin
First appearance The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess
Latest appearance The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD
Variant of Bulblin

Twilit Bulblins[1] are twilight-corrupted Bulblins from The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess. Compared to normal Bulblins, they are thin, gray, and have white masks that look vaguely like jagged, inorganic skulls. Their clubs also take on a hammer-like shape. They are first encountered in the twilight-covered Eldin Province, where they stand in for both Bulblins and Bokoblins. Arrow-shooting ones are instead found primarily in Lanayru Province, where they are the most populous enemy.

When crossing the Great Bridge of Hylia, a Twilit Bulblin Archer[1] shoots a burning arrow on both sides of the bridge, igniting the oil that has been spread across it and forcing Wolf Link to jump into the heavily drained Lake Hylia. At the lake, a Twilit Bulblin uses some Hawk Grass to call down a Twilit Kargarok to fight Link on, though once it is knocked off it is fought normally. When Link uses the Twilit Kargarok to ascend Zora's River, hordes of Twilit Bulblins fire volleys of burning and explosive arrows at them.

Unlike most other twilight enemies, Twilit Bulblins are not encountered in the Palace of Twilight, so their final appearance is in Lanayru. In Twilight Princess HD, however, they are included in the Cave of Shadows.


  1. ^ a b Hodgson, David S. J., and Stephen Stratton. The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess PRIMA Official Game Guide. Page 20.