Bit (AoL)
General Information
Universe The Legend of Zelda
Aliases ビト (Bito)
Classification Bitoboto dini
Species Type Amorph
Homeworld Category:Earth Inhabitants
Environment Hyrule: Plains, caves
Intelligence Non-sapient
Biochemistry Alcohol-based lifeform
Biological Information
Reproduction Binary fission
Locomotion Sliding
Feeding Behavior Carnivorous
Distinctive Features Trembles before moving
Lineage Information
Subspecies Bot
Related Species Forest Zolgel, Gold Zolgel, Mountain Zolgel, Slime, Snowfield Gelzol, Zol
Cultural Information
Alignment True Neutral
Sociocultral characteristics
Scientific Taxonomy
Domain Eukaryota (Complex lifeforms)

Animalia (Animals)

Subkingdom Eumetazoa (Tissues into germ layers)
Phylum Placozoa (Placozoans — Trichoplax and their relatives)
Class Amorphia (Amorphs) (Somarinoa, 2015)
Superorder Pseudosolidus
(Amorphs with a permeable membrane "skin") (Somarinoa, 2015)
Order Anmando
"No to chew" (Mouthless Amorphs) (Somarinoa, 2015)
Family Organodomus
"Organ House" (Mouthless amorphs with internal organs housed inside main body) (Somarinoa, 2020)
Genus Bitoboto (Bits & Bots) (Somarinoa, 2020)
Species dini (Somarinoa, 2020)
Other Information
Status Extinct (presumed)
First Sighting Era of Decline
Last Sighting Era of Decline
Possible Population 0

"A jelly-like monster that wobbles about. Watch out!"
Zelda II: The Adventure of Link manual

Bits are a species of mouthless amorph that roamed the western plains and cavern systems of the kingdom of Hyrule during the Era of Decline. As they were only ever recorded during this era, they are now considered to be extinct. They were closely related to the Zols of the same region.


The specific name, "dini", was given in honor to Din, the Goddess of Power. While Bits are weaker than Bots (which are blue), the name was instead given in reference to their color, as Din's patron color is red due to her association with the Triforce of Power.


Gelatinous in nature and red in coloration, Bits are often considered to be "lesser Bots", as they have a weaker durability in their membrane, cannot hop (possibly due to this same weakened membrane issue), and were unable to merge together into a larger form. They are however faster in their crawling behavior than Bots are in their hops. They were significantly less common and may have already been going extinct at the time of their discovery. Notably small organisms, adventurers having to deal with them usually had to crouch to strike.


Bits were found in significant numbers within the West Hyrule plains. At least one cave in the Death Mountain area was known to house Bits as well.


  • Zelda II: The Adventure of Link (First appearance)
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