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Guardian in general may refer to dungeon boss guardians in many of the Zelda games (but it can also refer to Guardian Dieties and Guardian Spirits, sometimes they are both gods and bosses of dungeons). In some instances "Guardian" also appears to be synonymous with "Sages".

Bosses and enemies

Guardians (Skyward Sword)

Enemies

Guardian can refer to the bosses of the various dungeons, as well as the of the Silent Realm (guardians of the goddess), and several other things as well including the Sheikah.

"Koloktos: A guardian who protects the Ancient Cistern. While he appears to be an incredible marvel of ancient art, inside he brims with dark energy which brings him to life."
Hyrule Historia
  • Armos (Hopping Guardians) in Skyward Sword[1])
  • Beamos, another form of automaton Guardian in Skyward Sword[2].

Allied Guardians

Guardian Dieties/Spirits

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Guardian Sages

  • Rael (Guardian of the Sand Realm)
  • Embrose (Guardian of the Fire Realm)
  • Gage (Guardian of the Forest Realm)
  • Steem (Guardian of the Snow Realm)
  • Carben (Guardian of the Ocean Realm)
  • Rauru (guardian of the power of the gods).

Other Guardians

Lesser uses of "Guardian" might refer to;

  • Guardian fairies
  • Impa (Guardian of Zelda, the Guardian, guardian of the goddess, and a guardian of the Triforce)
  • Link (Guardian of the Triforce)
  • Zelda (Guardian of the Triforce)
  • Sheikah (Guardians of the Royal Family/Goddess' Chosen Guardians)
  • Loftwings ("guardian birds").
  • Zoras (Guardians of the Water Temple)
  • Gorons (guardians of Death Mountain)
  • "Guardian" a rank/title/achievement earnable in Phantom Hourglass multiplayer.
  • Knights of Hyrule (guardians of the Pendant Of Courage/guardian knights)
  • Guardian Acorn
  • Guardian Potion/Guardian Potion+
  • Ganondorf (guardian of the Gerudo)
"We named the protagonist Link because he connects people together. He was supposed to spread the scattered energy of the world through the ages. The old female storyteller who feeds information to Zelda is named Impa; her name comes from the word impart. Impa, Link, and Zelda were the guardians of the Triforce. Today, when you think of characters who are connected to the Triforce, you think of Link, Zelda, and Ganon, but that started in Ocarina of Time. Originally Ganon was only a villain in relentless pursuit of the Triforce."
— Shigeru Miyamoto, Hyrule Historia

Non-canon

Non-canon warning: This article or section contains non-canonical information that is not considered to be an official part of the Legend of Zelda series and should not be considered part of the overall storyline.

The Guardian, a creature who represents the River Devil/Monster from Zelda II.

Non-canon warning: This article or section contains non-canonical information that is not considered to be an official part of the Legend of Zelda series and should not be considered part of the overall storyline.

References

  1. ^ Skyward Sword guide
  2. ^ Skyward Sword guide
  3. ^ Hyrule Historia
  4. ^ Amazing… The power of the Sols has been transferred to your sword… The guardian deities of my world are on our side, too! You really are the chosen one, Link… A true hero! As long as you have that sword, you should be able to repel the shadows Zant has spread!”-Midna
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