"Look, look, Link! You can see down below this web using C-Up!"

Webs are recurring objects in the Legend of Zelda series. These large spider-made webs block Link's path, and are found in dungeons and Hidden Holes. Webs can be destroyed by certain items or actions.


The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time

Webs are found Inside the Deku Tree as well as in several Hidden Holes in both the present and future Hyrule. Webs can be destroyed by setting them on fire, either with a lit Deku Stick, Din's Fire or a Fire Arrow, the latter only being possible when Link is an adult. Inside the Deku Tree, there is also a huge spider web that blocks the entryway into the lower levels of the dungeon. This particular web must be destroyed by jumping onto it from the very top of the central room. Presumably they are webs spun by Skulltula.

The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask

Webs can be found in the Swamp Spider House and Oceanside Spider House. They are burned away in similar fashion to their Ocarina of Time counterparts.

The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap

Webs are found in various dungeons and other areas, most notably the first dungeon, the Deepwood Shrine. Webs typically block doorways, but can be removed by using the Gust Jar or Flame Lantern.

The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess

Webs are found chiefly in the Forest Temple and various Hidden Holes. They can be destroyed with the Lantern. Other, smaller strands of web can be found holding items such as Treasure Chests or pots containing Rupees. These cannot typically be fully destroyed with the Lantern and require the use of ranged weapons such as the Hero's Bow, Gale Boomerang or Clawshot/Double Clawshots. Occasionally, it is possible to shatter the pots with Jump Attacks if they are close enough to the ground.

The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword

Webs are encountered primarily in the Skyview Temple and other dungeons. They can be damaged with sword strikes, but several are required to totally destroy them. If Link walks into a web, he will be caught in it. There are also thin stands of web which hang from the ceiling, holding up various items.

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