First appearing in The Minish Cap, Link can get Remote Bombs from Belari in exchange for his regular Bombs. This can be done after getting the regular Bombs and fusing Kinstones with Gentari, the Minish elder. After being set, these Bombs will explode only when the button to which they are assigned is pressed again.
Business Scrubs are Deku Scrubs that appear all across the land, wherever business and profit can be gained off of items that require replenishment Link may need during his journey. By reflecting one of their Deku Nuts back at them, they will succumb and offer Link a deal on their merchandise.
Goron Link is one of the four mask transformations in Majora's Mask. After healing the wounds of the sorrowful ghost of Darmani, Link receives the Goron Mask which grants him the powers of the fallen goron warrior and the ability to use powder kegs
Blaaz is the boss of the Temple of fire. During the battle, he will split into three smaller versions of himself, all of which are impervious to sword slashes. By hitting them in the correct order with the boomerang, they will fuse once again, revealing the boss' true form.
While Link was asleep for seven years during the events of Ocarina of Time, Ganondorf conquered the Kingdom of Hyrule, transforming the feudal-style Hyrule Castle into Ganon's Castle, a tiered near-cylindrical skyscraper resting on a floating island that hovered above a large lake of lava.
In Spirit Tracks, Royal Engineer is the title given to a person in charge of transporting both people and goods via train around the kingdom of Hyrule. All Royal Engineers wear a similar uniform with a dove design on them, the mark of a true engineer.
In Ocarina of Time, ReDeads are brown and wear wooden masks. They usually appear in small groups or sometimes alone in dead or ruinous places, such as tombs or dungeons, and make their presence known with periodic, low-pitched moans.
In The Wind Waker, Poes have a distinctively different appearance, and appear as multicolored ghosts with mask-like facial features. Their bodies appear to be sack-like, as their heads are tied up in a knot. They harass Link by ramming, throwing, and burning him with their lamps.
Yuga is one of the two primary antagonists in A Link Between Worlds. He hunts the descendants of the Seven Sages in an attempt to ressurect his master, Ganon. Yuga's trademark attribute is that he can transform himself and others into two-dimensional art and trap people into picture frames with his magic wand.