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| title = Deku Nut
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| image = [[Image:Dekunut.png|200px]]
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| series = [[Legend of Zelda]]
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| item class = Thrown
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| appearance = ''[[Super Smash Bros. Brawl]]''<br>''[[Super Smash Bros. (Wii U and 3DS)]]''
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The {{nihongo|'''Deku Nut'''|デクの実(み)|deku no mi}} is an [[item]] from [[The Legend of Zelda (universe)|''The Legend of Zelda'' series]]. These small items may look like food, but are actually a throwable item. Once thrown at an enemy, it will [[stun]] them for a brief moment.
   
The '''Deku Nut''' is an [[item]] from [[The Legend of Zelda (universe)|''The Legend of Zelda'' series]]. These small items may look like food, but are actually a throwable item. Once thrown at an enemy, it will [[stun]] them for a brief moment.
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==Item description==
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Deku Nuts appear in the [[Nintendo 64]] game ''[[The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time]]'' and its direct sequel ''Majora's Mask'', though in a different fashion. Deku Nuts takes the appearance of ordinary nuts except they are filled with a special substance that can stun an individual if the nut is damaged. Deku Nuts can be found mainly around the Kokiri Forest region. Deku Babas also emit Deku Nuts when they are defeated. Link can use the Deku Nuts to stun certain enemies in the game. Impa and Sheik also use a Deku Nut or an item similar to a Deku Nut to conceal their departure from a certain area. The Deku Nut also appears in ''[[Twilight Princess]]'', but as a throwable object, instead of an item that Link can collect.
==Item descrition==
 
Deku Nuts appear in the [[Nintendo 64]] game ''[[The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time]]'' and it's direct sequel Majora's Mask, though in a different fashion. Deku Nuts takes the appearance of ordinary nuts except they are filled with a special substance that can stun an individual if the nut is damaged. Deku Nuts can be found mainly around the Kokiri Forest region. Deku Babas also emit Deku Nuts when they are defeated. Link can use the Deku Nuts to stun certain enemies in the game. Impa and Sheik also use a Deku Nut or an item similar to a Deku Nut to conceal their departure from a certain area. The Deku Nut also appears in ''[[Twilight Princess]]'' as a throwable object instead of an item that Link can collect. When the Deku Nut is thrown, it can contain rupees or hearts that Link can collect.
 
 
==In ''Melee''==
 
In ''Ocarina of Time'', [[Sheik]]'s disappearance was accompanied with the familiar flash and crack of a thrown Deku Nut. Sheik uses Deku Nuts for the [[Vanish]] move.
 
   
 
==In ''Brawl''==
 
==In ''Brawl''==
The Deku Nut is a type of explosive item in Brawl. If hit by it directly it explodes like a Bob-omb, doing relativly high damage and has a fantastic knockback. It is possible to be hit indirectly by a Deku Nut too. By thowing a Deku Nut short, it explodes in a flash of light. Any player around the blast site will become dazed (as if they had ''Shield Break''). If the Deku Nut is left alone for to long it will start to expand and shrink rapidly. After a set time it will explode, dazing all around it. It will also explode if disturbed by damage.
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The Deku Nut is a type of explosive item in ''Brawl''. When it explodes by being thrown, attacked, or timed out, any character in its blast range (including the thrower) becomes stunned, making them vulnerable to a free hit. However, since characters cannot be stunned while airborne, the Deku Nut does 18% damage instead, and has high KO potential.
   
 
===Trophy description===
 
===Trophy description===
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[[File:Deku_Nuts_SSBB.png|thumb|The Deku Nuts Trophy]]
 
''Items that explode in a flash of blinding light shortly after they appear or when they take damage. Those caught in a blast will be dazed and immobile for a few moments. If the item is thrown, it has the same effect on whomever it hits. In The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, Deku Nuts stunned enemies and were indispensable when Link was surrounded.''
 
''Items that explode in a flash of blinding light shortly after they appear or when they take damage. Those caught in a blast will be dazed and immobile for a few moments. If the item is thrown, it has the same effect on whomever it hits. In The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, Deku Nuts stunned enemies and were indispensable when Link was surrounded.''
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:*''The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time'' (1998)
   
* The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (1998)
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== In ''Smash 4'' ==
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[[File:Snapshot 20190417 152529.jpg|thumb|220x220px|Zelda in the stun effects of a Deku Nut in Smash 4.]]
   
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=== Trophy Description ===
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''After a short wait, or immediately if thrown or hit, these little objects will explode in a burst of light. The flash will daze those too close, stunning them and leaving them open to attacks. It's easy to overlook these, so don't accidentally set one off on yourself!''
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* N64 - The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (11/1998)
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* 3DS - The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D (06/2011)
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==External Links==
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*[[w:c:zelda:Deku Nut|Zeldapedia's article on Deku Nut]]
   
 
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Latest revision as of 23:08, July 11, 2019

The Deku Nut (デクの実(み) deku no mi?) is an item from The Legend of Zelda series. These small items may look like food, but are actually a throwable item. Once thrown at an enemy, it will stun them for a brief moment.

Item descriptionEdit

Deku Nuts appear in the Nintendo 64 game The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time and its direct sequel Majora's Mask, though in a different fashion. Deku Nuts takes the appearance of ordinary nuts except they are filled with a special substance that can stun an individual if the nut is damaged. Deku Nuts can be found mainly around the Kokiri Forest region. Deku Babas also emit Deku Nuts when they are defeated. Link can use the Deku Nuts to stun certain enemies in the game. Impa and Sheik also use a Deku Nut or an item similar to a Deku Nut to conceal their departure from a certain area. The Deku Nut also appears in Twilight Princess, but as a throwable object, instead of an item that Link can collect.

In BrawlEdit

The Deku Nut is a type of explosive item in Brawl. When it explodes by being thrown, attacked, or timed out, any character in its blast range (including the thrower) becomes stunned, making them vulnerable to a free hit. However, since characters cannot be stunned while airborne, the Deku Nut does 18% damage instead, and has high KO potential.

Trophy descriptionEdit

Deku Nuts SSBB

The Deku Nuts Trophy

Items that explode in a flash of blinding light shortly after they appear or when they take damage. Those caught in a blast will be dazed and immobile for a few moments. If the item is thrown, it has the same effect on whomever it hits. In The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, Deku Nuts stunned enemies and were indispensable when Link was surrounded.

  • The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (1998)

In Smash 4 Edit

Snapshot 20190417 152529

Zelda in the stun effects of a Deku Nut in Smash 4.

Trophy Description Edit

After a short wait, or immediately if thrown or hit, these little objects will explode in a burst of light. The flash will daze those too close, stunning them and leaving them open to attacks. It's easy to overlook these, so don't accidentally set one off on yourself!

  • N64 - The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (11/1998)
  • 3DS - The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D (06/2011)

External LinksEdit

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