Artwork of the Fabulous Five Froggish Tenors from Ocarina of Time
|First appearance||A Link to the Past (1992)|
Fabulous Five Froggish Tenors
Golden Chief Cylos
Frogs are a recurring race of animals in the Legend of Zelda series. Many different types of frogs can be found throughout the series, varying greatly in appearance.
One of the Dwarven Swordsmiths can be found in the Dark World in the form of a frog-like creature. This is due to the magic power of the Dark World, and if Link uses the Magic Mirror to transport himself and the frog back to the Light World, the Dwarven Swordsmith will return back to his normal form.
During the quest for Biggoron's Sword, Link receives an Eyeball Frog from King Zora XVI. He must bring it to the Lake Scientist before it spoils. When Link arrives at the Lakeside Laboratory, the Lake Scientist thinks that the Eyeball Frog is for him to eat, but in reality it is used to make the Eye Drops for Biggoron.
When Link is traveling the banks of the Zora's River as a child, he meets a group of five frogs known as the Fabulous Five Froggish Tenors. If Link plays for the frogs songs on his Fairy Ocarina or Ocarina of Time, they will reward him with Rupees and Pieces of Heart.
Many Frogs can be found throughout the land of Termina. If Link talks to them while wearing Don Gero's Mask, they will vanish and say they will return to Snowhead when spring arrives. Two of these frogs are under a mutation causing them to take the shape of an enemy known as the Gekko. Gekkos appear as overgrown frogs who are very hostile towards Link. One is encountered in Woodfall Temple, and another in Great Bay Temple. When Link defeats the Gekkos, they morph back into regular frogs. When this happens, Link can wear Don Gero's Mask and order them to return back to Snowhead. When all five frogs have been spoken to, and Link defeats Goht, they report to Snowhead as promised, and reinstitute their choir.
A species of frogs called the Golden Frogs inhabit the World of the Ocean King. They are led by a Giant Golden Frog named Golden Chief Cylos, who bears a striking resemblance to Cyclos and Zephos from The Wind Waker.
|Bellum · Ciela · Linebeck · Link · Ocean King · Oshus · Tetra|
—Full list of characters
|Blaaz · Cyclok · Crayk · Diabolical Cubus Sisters · Dongorongo · Gleeok · Eox · Bellum · Ghost Ship · Bellumbeck|
|Bannan Island · Cannon Island · Goron Island · Harrow Island · Isle of Ember · Isle of Frost · Isle of Gust · Isle of Ruins · Isle of the Dead · Mercay Island · Molida Island · Zauz's Island|
—Full list of locations
|Temple of Fire · Temple of Wind · Temple of Courage · Ghost Ship · Goron Temple · Temple of Ice · Mutoh's Temple · Temple of the Ocean King|
|Oshus's Sword · Wooden Shield · Boomerang · Bombs · Bow · Bombchus · Grappling Hook · Hammer · Phantom Sword · Shovel · Fishing Rod|
|Leaf · Neri · Ciela · Pure Metals · Phantom Hourglass · Spirit Gem|
|Anouki · Deity · Fairy · Gerudo · Goron · Human · Hylian · Yook|