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Fairies are a recurring race in The Legend of Zelda series. These generally small, winged creatures hold magical powers that usually aid Link in some way. They are seen in nearly every game and are apparently friendly with every race that is not allied with Ganon and his hordes. Out of every Fairy so far in the series, Tael and Leaf are the only known males.
In most games, Link can capture health-restoring Fairies in bottles. Link can either use the Fairy to heal him at any time or wait until he loses all of his hearts, at which point the bottled Fairy will automatically revive him. Fairies are also used to improve potions and cooked meals by increasing their effectiveness.
Fairies can usually be found at Fairy Fountains or sometimes inside breakable objects. If Link comes into contact with one, it will immediately restore a portion of his health unless he manages to capture it within a bottle first.
Big Fairies are a larger and rarer variant of fairy that first appeared in The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. Big Fairies will restore more of Link's health than normal fairies but they cannot be put into an empty bottle.
Stray Fairies are actually the missing portions of a Great Fairy that was shattered by Skull Kid in The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask. A total of 15 Stray Fairies are found hidden within four dungeons that Link must explore, and if he can return them all to their respective Great Fairy fountains, then he will be rewarded with heath and magic upgrades. Link can use the Great Fairy Mask to locate and attract Stray Fairies.
Navi is a fairy who accompanies Link on his journey to save Hyrule in The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. She assists Link by enabling him to target points of interest and provide him with information about enemies, puzzles, and secrets. At the end of their adventure, Navi parted ways with Link, which would eventually cause the latter to leave Hyrule so he can try to find her again.
Tatl is the older sister of Tael and Link's companion in The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask. Tatl initially helped Skull Kid cause trouble for Link at the beginning of the game, but she soon decides to team up with the hero when she is separated from her brother inside the tunnels connected to Termina's Clocktower. Like Navi, Tatl can provide Link with information and allow him to target points of interest.
Tael is the younger brother of Tatl and Skull Kid's companion in The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask. Tael becomes separated from his sister after Skull Kid transforms Link into a Deku Scrub. He later meets the heroes again on top of Termina's Clocktower and gives them a hint on what they must do to stop the Moon from falling onto Clock Town.
The Forest Fairies are a trio of mischievous fairies that appear in The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages. The three fairies like to play magical pranks on people exploring Fairies' Woods, and Link is forced to play a game with them before he can continue on his adventure.
Season Spirits are fairies, or fairy-like entities, first seen in The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons. They maintained the flow of seasons in Holodrum until General Onyx sunk their temple into the land of Subrosia. Link can enchant the Rod of Seasons by meeting with each Season Spirit within their respective towers.
The Servant Spirits are a trio of fairies that serve the Ocean King in The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass. Link first meets one of them named Ciela at the beginning of his adventure, and together they set out to save the other two fairies Leaf and Neri.
Proxi is a fairy that assists Link in Hyrule Warriors. She speaks for Link on his behalf and provides information while on the battlefield.
Spirit of Healing
The Spirit of Healing appears in The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks and can use its healing abilities to restore Link's health. Link can summon the Spirit of Healing by playing a variation of the Song of Healing on the Spirit Flute, but this can only be done once per dungeon or a single time during the final battle against Malladus.
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