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The Gibdo are flesh-eating, undead, mummified corpses that have been around since the very first The Legend of Zelda game and have since appeared in several other games, like A Link to the Past, Ocarina of Time, and Majora's Mask. In many games, they have unique attacks such as grabbing hold of Link, and sometimes their bandages can be burned away by fire-based attacks to reveal a ReDead (in Majora's Mask) or a Stalfos underneath (in certain 2D games).
The Gibdo is one of the most resilient enemies in the Zelda universe, as it is weak to few weapons and stringent when it comes down to attacking. These tall undead creatures walk stockily and unhindered, reminiscent of Frankenstein with their hands outstretched, and commonly exist in packs. The Gibdo is frequently compared to the ReDead, the undead zombie of Ocarina of Time fame, primarily because of the way they walk, the fact that they freeze Link in near proximity, similar general posture and stature, and their overall risen-from-the-dead appearance, however, they tend to be stronger than ReDead when comparing the amount of damage they deal per attack. In paying homage to their appearance, Gibdo are always and only found within crypt or graveyard-like locations, including the Kakariko Well in Ocarina of Time, the Palace of Winds in The Minish Cap, and Beneath the Well in Majora's Mask, specifically. Sentient Gibdos are found Beneath the Well in Majora's Mask, requesting Link to bring them certain items, when he wears the Gibdo Mask, in order to earn passage into other chambers of the well. They also appear in Ikana Canyon, and have an intense dislike for the song Farewell to Gibdos, composed by Pamela's Father, and will retreat into the ground when they hear it.
Such characteristics are deprived of Gibdos in certain games: in The Minish Cap, Gibdos cannot freeze Link when he is nearby, and interestingly, in Majora's Mask, both ReDeads and Gibdos are unable to harm Link's Goron or Deku Scrub forms, as the former is too large and the latter is too small (though both forms are still vulnerable to paralysis). Wearing the Gibdo Mask in Majora's Mask will make all nearby Gibdo indifferent to Link's presence.
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