Boss Guide - Guide for The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess
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You may use this guide as long as you do NOT do the following: 1.Copy it and sell it for public use. 2.Translate it into your own language and claim ownership. 3.Post this on any site aside from Cheatcodes.com without permission. 4.Post this anywhere for public use. Bear with me, because I forgot the names of the bosses^_^ OK! Now for the FAQ! 2.0-Boss Guides ---------------------------------------------- Forest Temple Mini Boss Monkey with the Gale Boomerang When you enter the room, you see a large, White Monkey and a lot of upright logs. He has a boomerang, which is his primary weapon. Beware, for he throws it and hits Boko Baba plants the fall down from the ceiling. When he stops on one of the logs and throws the boomerang, he will turn around and "Taunt" you. Shoot him with the Slingshot. The boomerang will come back to him and hit him instead of him catching it. Hit him in his behind a few times. After doing this several times, a cutscene will occur. The monkey gets hit and he falls off of a log. The mask that was on his face falls off. You get the Gale Boomerang, the main weapon for the Boss. Forest Temple Boss Twilit Parasite,Diababa This battle starts when you enter a room with a large, poisoned swamp. As you walk forward, a huge plant comes up from the swamp. This is the boss, as you can plainly see. After a few seconds of you trying to hurt it, the White Monkey that you previously saved swings on a vine with a bomb. Throw the Gale Boomerang at it and it will be in your hands when the boomerang comes back. The Boss should at some point try to eat you, and if you have a bomb it will eat that instead. After you do this to both Heads, a third will arise from the swamp with the other two. Use the previous mentioned method again. After both of the original Heads eat a bomb, the third will fall down, exposing its eye. Slash the eye like crazy. After hitting it several times, it will die. Walk over to the heart piece. Congratulations! You beat the first boss and got another Heart Container! Goron Mines Mini Boss Guard Goron As you walk into the room, You step onto a large, circular platform. Put your Iron Boots on, and keep them on for the entire battle. A cutscene commences when you step on the platform. A huge, hulking Goron with armor walks in. Yes, you have to fight him, but don't worry. He's not that hard. First off, walk up to him.(You don't have a choice with your boots on.) You can't hurt him until he puts up his arm to try to hit you. When this happens, slash at his belly. After this, he starts spinning. This is what Gorons do best, and he's a master at it. If you managed to get any practice of stopping Ordon Goats or Gorons on the way up the mountain, this is a piece of cake. Just press the A button when prompted to and hold it in. This makes Link throw him. You have to throw him off the edge, which is the difficult part. It is difficult because of you having little control of where you are throwing Guard Goron. Link always throws him to the right side, however. Because of this, try to get to him at an angle. After throwing him into the lava three times, he allows you to pass. The next room contains the Hero's Bow, which any self- respecting Zelda Fan knows about. It is the key item to defeating the Goron Mines Boss. Goron Mines Boss Twilit Igniter,Fyrus This Boss is actually VERY easy. Make sure your bow is in your B button item slot, and you have the Iron Boots at the ready. Shoot the giant Shadow Beast in the eye-like jewel on its head. Run up to the chains that you can grab and do so, after donning the Iron Boots. Hold the control stick towards you. After this is accomplished, run up to its head. Again, slash away at the jewel. This is his weak spot. After two or three times of slashing, he will fall. He will revert to his original form, Darbus. Talk to him once or twice and pick up the heart piece. Congratulations! You've beat the second dungeon boss and got another beautiful heart container. Around now, you should have 5 or 6 heart containers. Now, its off to Lake Hylia and the Lakebed Temple! Lakebed Temple Mini Boss Giant Toad This battle is another easy one. First off, kill all of the tadpoles that the toad releases. The spin attack(shaking the Nunchuck)makes this a simple task. After this is accomplished, the toad jumps up. You will soon see his shadow on the ground, which means that its time to run. When he hits the ground you have to run up and slash his revealed tongue a few times. Repeat the process and walk away with the Clawshot. This is basically a different version of the Hookshot, except you can't use it to grapple to treasure chests. This is essential for the Lakebed Temple Boss. Lakebed Temple Boss Twilit Aquatic, Morpheel Some hardcore Zelda Fans may think that this is the same boss from Ocarina of Time's Zora Dungeon in the future(Morpha or something I forget.)This isn't the case, but it's pretty easy. When you first get into the large pool area, don the Iron Boots so you can get down to the boss arena quicker. As you approach the large, flailing tentacle, a cutscene commences. Seven more tentacles come out from a pit, along with a mouth. Don't go near this and get away from the tentacles. As Midna tells you, you have to grapple the eye with the Clawshot. After it gets to you, slash it a few times. It will eventually get back into the huge boss and you have to do it once more. Morpheel appears defeated, but you should know better. Morpheel reveals its entire body, which is a large eel with the tentacles hanging off of its neck area. Midna tells you to grapple the eye on its back. Way to explain the obvious, huh? Do as your Twilight friend tells you. Grapple the eye with the Clawshot,(man that's got to hurt)then do what Link does best. Slash the eye repeatedly and repeat. After two or three times you slay the beast. Congratulations, Adventurer! You defeated another boss and got another Heart Container! Now, It's off to Arbiter's Grounds in the Gerudo Desert! Arbiter's Grounds Miniboss Horned Swordsman This is another relatively simple boss. First off, when you walk into the room, if you are in your wolf form, get out of it. Run up to the huge sword and slash it with your own. Now go back into your wolf form and you can see the Swordsman. After he get near to you, attack him as if he were a Giant Poe or Shadow Beast. After doing this once or twice, you can revert to your human form. Stay this way for the rest of the battle. The fight gets easier now. As he is flying around the room, shoot him with the Bow and Arrow. Watch for his energy shots that occur every few moments. The Swordsman spins around the room and stops to slash you. Hit him instead, and continue slashing. This time attack his head, however. Repeat this procedure three or four times. He falls, and you get the Spinner, which is essential for defeating the Boss of Arbiter's Grounds. It is a neat little trinket, and much like a circular surfboard that rides on certain rail-like walls. Arbiter's Grounds Boss Twilit Fossil,Stallon This is probably the toughest boss yet, and by far the coolest. At first, you fight the nearly entire skeleton. Jump on the spinner and go into the sand. You should get on the rail. Jump into the sand and head for the beast's backbone. Ram it with your Spinner. It cracks, and you are back on the solid ground. Be careful on the rail, however. Spinning spiked traps are rotating on it. Repeat the process and after a few times it appears to be defeated. Shame on you if you thought it was that easy! The sand drains and the head is on the ground. Get on the Spinner and use the rotator switch on the Ground. A large pedestal comes up, and Stallon flies around the room. Get on the Spinner again, and spin on the pedestal. You will have to jump with the Spinner from side to side a little bit to avoid Stallon's blasts. When you get right next to Stallon, jump into his face. He falls down, and thats your chance. Slash Zant's sword the is animating this thing. Repeat the process, but be wary. More spinning spike traps are on the pedestal. It is somewhat difficult to avoid Stallon's blast later on, as well. After the third or fourth round of blows to the sword, Stallon falls in defeat. You get another Heart Container, Ganondorf is revealed to you(what a surprise....),and you set off to the next dungeon to find the Twilight Mirror Pieces! The next dungeon is Snowpeak, and I should get to the boss soon. Snowpeak MiniBoss Ball and Chain Guard This character is probably a memorable one to anyone who has played A Link to the Past, but now he only has one weak spot. This is the tail that he has behind him. To exploit this weakness, wait until he throws the Ball and Chain far away. This makes him pause. Run up behind him and slash his tail a few times. I think that you may be able to use the Back Slice, but im not sure. If you were anything like me in this battle, you will need a lot of health, so bring soup, red or blue potions, or red or blue chu jelly. Repeat the process, and he is defeated. Walk over and pick up the ball and chain, the essential item needed to defeat the boss of Snowpeak. Snowpeak boss Twilit Ice Mass, Blizetta This boss is pretty easy, especially at first. Hit the giant ice mass that is Yeta with your Ball and Chain several times. Doing so will get her even angrier. Now she floats above you in an ice encasement. Just avoid the icicles at first and you should see their reflection as a circle around you. This is where you don't want to get stuck in. As soon as you see the ice falling down in the circle, avoid getting in it and if you don't, quickly search for the space that is between two of the icicles. It should look something like this: 00000 0 X 0 00 00 The X is where Blizetta is going to fall, and the area where the missing 0 is is the exit of the circle. When Blizetta falls, hit her with your Ball and Chain. This will chip her ice encasement. Repeat the process, and Blizetta will fall. Yeta will be back, and Yeto and her hug the entire time that you are there. This causes hearts to fall, as well as the Heart Container. By now, you should have around 11 hearts or more if you've looked for the Heart Pieces. Congratulations! You defeated the next boss, and are headed to the Temple of Time. Temple of Time miniboss Dark Nut Ah, the Dark Nut. One of the most honorable adversaries in The Legend of Zelda. This is probably the most difficult to defeat, however. If you do not have the secret ability Mortal Draw, you cannot defeat this boss. All you need to do at first is keep using MD, and his armor will all fall off. You want his shield to be knocked off before you start using actual attacks, however. After you get rid of his armor, use the Back Slice to get around his defenses. Continue slashing from there, and you will kill him. You will have to be patient in this battle. Once you defeat him, you obtain the Dominion Rod, which is absolutely essential for defeating the Temple of Time's boss. Now get the statue, and get moving! Temple of Time Boss Twilit Arachnid, ArmoGohma Wow, what a surprise that Gohma is the boss of a dungeon with tons of spiders in it....Well, after so many years of facing this spider, they finally changed it. Kind of. When you walk into the room, get your B&A and Dominion Rod equipped. They are your key items in this battle. When you are prepared, walk into the center of the room and look up. This begins the battle. First off, wait until ArmoGohma opens its eye. This happens when it blocks off one of the holes in the ceiling. When it opens its eye, shoot it with the Bow quickly. If you do not, the beast starts shooting a laser around you. This is much like a Beamos attack. You can still shoot the eye with effect while AG is shooting you, but it is a little more difficult. Repeat this about four times. AG will supposedly be defeated, but do not be fooled. The eye is still alive with a lot of those annoying little spiders. These are not necessary to kill, but it helps. The Eye Spider is your target. You may want to hit it with your sword instead of your bow because of the spider's speed. After you defeat it, you gain another Heart Container! You should have quite enough Hearts to survive mostly anything now. Next up, The City in the Sky! City in the Sky Miniboss Flying Dragon This battle is easy. When you walk into the room, Clawshot up onto the hanging ball and don the iron boots. This stops the fan from rotating. Drop into the room that is now open, and you see the miniboss. You can't really do anything until he puts up his shield, so wait until he does so. When he does this, grapple it with the Clawshot while locking on to it with Z. When he gets to you, slash like nuts. After 4 or so rounds of blows, he stays on the ground. It is basically the same, but he attacks you if you wait a while after his shield is put up. Keep grappling the shield, and if you get him to you without him slashing you, attack. This should defeat him. Clawshot to where the Chest appears and open it. You get another Clawshot, making the Double Clawshots! This will be the key item in defeating the boss. I will add more as i get along in the game. I don't play a lot, but I can generally beat a dungeon in a day or two, what with school and all. If you need any help on parts in the game, I can most likely help. 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