- "These quick-witted, lizard-like monsters can be found all over Hyrule. They can emit strong electrical currents from their bodies, so don't get too close. Their horns are brimming with electricity, which will discharge and arc to nearby areas if struck by an arrow. They tend to live in desert climates."
- — Hyrule Compendium
Electric Lizalfos (or Yellow Lizalfos) are enemies from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. They are an electric elemental Lizalfos variant that tend to inhabit desert climates. Unlike Fire-Breath Lizalfos and Ice-Breath Lizalfos, Electric Lizalfos lack elemental weaknesses and do not breath electricity. Instead they emit electric bursts that shock Link causing him to drop any weapons, bows, or shields he has equipped (with the exception of the Master Sword), unless Link is wearing either the Thunder Helm or "Rubber" Armor set with the "Unshockable" set bonus which renders Link immune to electricity and lightning. Link can also consume "Electro" based food dishes to increase his Shock Resistance, though this does not protect him as well as "Unshockable" armor. The electric bursts their horns produce are identical to the effect of Shock Arrows when it is raining or hits water. Link can also cause Electric Lizalfos to involuntarily emit electricity by shooting their horns with an arrow, which Link can use to shock nearby enemies, though he must be careful not to get caught in burst of electricity.
Electric Lizalfos drop Lizalfos Horns, Lizalfos Talons, and Yellow Lizalfos Tails. Though they have no elemental weakness, they will be obliterate instantly if hit with an Ancient Arrow, though this destroys them completely preventing them from dropping any monster parts nor any weapons, shields, or bows that happen to be wielding.
Electric Lizalfos are primarily carnivorous, feeding on a diet of meat and insects, though presumably those that inhabit the desert rarely eat fish due to lack of fish in the dry desert.
Electric Lizalfos primarily wield "Lizal" series weapons, though occasionally wield "Knight" series weapons. They also tend to share their desert habitat with Fire-Breath Lizalfos, non-elemental Lizalfos variants (Green, Blue, Black, and Silver), and Stalizalfos.