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- "You got a Monster Horn! This well-crafted horn is made of sturdy animal bone. You might find a use for this as a material."
- — In-game description
Monster Horns are recurring items in the Legend of Zelda series. They can be collected in a variety of ways, most commonly from defeating certain enemies. Their use often varies between titles, though they are most commonly depicted as either the shed horns of monsters or a horn made from animal bone used to rally or summon other enemies.
- "Some Bokoblins carry a Monster Horn on their waist. If you latch on to it and pull with your whip, it is possible to claim it for yourself."
- — Fi
Link can bring Monster Horns to the Scrap Shop at the Bazaar in order to upgrade his equipment. They are dropped by Bokoblin leaders, who use the horns to summon other Bokoblins; Link can also use the Whip to pull the horn out of the Bokoblin's hands or belt. If Link can pull the horn out away from the Bokoblin before it can be blown, then he can prevent it from calling reinforcements. In the later stages of the game, Link may encounter Bokoblin Leaders that do not carry Monster Horns and sometimes he may encounter them being carried by Blue Bokoblins, who use them to summon these Monster Horn-less Bokoblin Leaders.
Some Bokoblin Archers (like the ones encountered on the Sandship) carry them as well, but their Monster Horns are used to alert other Bokoblin that Link is in the area.
One Monster Horn appears inside a Treasure Chest inside the Lanayru Caves where Link meets the Goron Golo. Retrieving it from the chest causes Fi to point out how Link can use his Whip to steal them from the Bokoblins that carry them.
Monster Horns are used for multiple item enhancements. They are needed for both stages of upgrade to the Small Quiver, and for upgrading the Divine Shield into the Goddess Shield. They can also be sold to Rupin for 30 Rupees each on certain nights.
- "You got a monster horn! Ouch. Watch that you don't hurt yourself on that thing!"
- — In-game description
Similar to the Bokoblin Leaders in Skyward Sword, Bokoblin Summoners use their large Monster Horns to summon more enemy units onto the battlefield. Additionally, they will also use them as an improvised weapon to attack their opposition. They are also wielded by Bulblin Summoners, who use them in the same manner as Bokoblin Summoners.