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Princess Zelda

Zelda - HW

Sheik - HW

Character Information
Race:
Title(s):
Princess of Hyrule (Zelda)
Sheikah Warrior (Sheik)
Occupation:
Ruler
Weapon(s):
Rapier
Baton
Dominion rod
Harp (Sheik)
Weakness:
Darkness
Useful Weapon Skill:
VS Legend (Zelda)
VS Time (Sheik)
Voice Actors:
Saori Seto
First Appearance: Hyrule Warriors

Princess Zelda (ゼルダ姫, Zeruda-hime) is a playable character in Hyrule Warriors. Her roles in the Legend of Zelda franchise vary with each incarnation, though the relationship dynamics between her and Link are kept more or less the same.

Her alter ego as Sheik (シーク, Shiiku), introduced in Ocarina of Time, is a separate playable character in Hyrule Warriors.

Role in GameEdit

Princess Zelda is first shown playing her Harp in an open meadow, enjoying the calm serenity of the grassy planes and the music from her harp. However a massive cloud made of dark mist and black slime start to approach, and her attempt to escape is futile as she is, seemingly crushed by the wave of darkness. She later wakes up in her bed, telling her body guard Impa she had the same dream again. Impa claims it must be a prophesy of some kind.

While making their rounds through the castle, Zelda and Impa make their way pass the training yard where the new recruits are taking basic combat training. There Princess Zelda makes eye contact with Link. After that it is announced that an army, led by Volga and Wizzro are approaching the castle. Zelda's forces head out to intercept this army, with Zelda her self leading the charge along side Impa.

During the battle with Wizzro's forces Zelda gets separated from the main group, and Link and Impa fight through enemy groups in order to get to her. Once reunited she suggests they seek the aid of the Great Fairy to help them win the battle. With the Great Fairy's help they were able to deal a devastating blow to enemy morale. Impa then requests Zelda leave the battlefield, and leave the rest up to her and Link.

After it is presumed Princess Zelda has gone missing, in actuality she has gone into hiding, using her magic to alter her appearance and don a new persona in order to avoid being pursued by Cia's forces. While in disguise she reunites with Link and Impa at the Eldin Caves, introducing her self as Sheik. From that point on Sheik acts as a battle strategist for Impa and Links forces.

Once they escape the Eldin Caves, Sheik, Link, and Impa come across Lana at the Farron Woods. The Great Deku Tree is under attack by Wizzro's forces, and she requests aid from Impa's forces to repel them. After the Great Deku Tree is set on fire, Sheik helps Link locate the Great Fairy fountain in Farron Woods to put out the flames engulfing the forest deity.

Later Sheik and the others make their way to the Valley of Seers to confront Cia. When Sheik and Link make their way to Cia's primary location, alongside Lana and Impa, Cia places a spell on them to make them immobile before her. She then reveals that Link is in the possession of the Triforce of Courage, while Sheik posses the Triforce of Wisdom, which is only ever in possession of the Hyrule Royal Family. Cia rips the Triforce pieces from Link and Sheik respectively, and combines them with her fragment: the Triforce of Power.

Cia uses the power of the completed Triforce to open portals through space and time, bringing fragments of other lands to their Hyrule. The group part ways to each area, in order to seal the magical portals linking them together. Sheik and Impa making their way to Death Mountain.

Impa shows great levels of distrust towards Sheik at this point, having been wary of her since the beginning, to the point of not following Sheik's suggestions and nearly getting hurt in the process. After seeing Sheik in possession of the Triforce of Wisdom, a royal family heirloom that only Zelda had, Impa begins to call her out on the fact she is not a true sheikah. However they are interrupted by a fairy, requesting help, ending Impa's rantings. They learn that Darunia, Chief of the Gorons, have imprisoned Princess Ruto at Death Mountain.

They make their way to Death Mountain, taking on a large Goron Army. The Fairy claiming that Darunia had gone mad after coming in contact with Princess Zelda. After his defeat at Impa and Sheik, he comes to his senses and releases Princess Ruto. From there, they head to Lake Hylia in order to combat this supposed Zelda and her army.

After defeating Princess Zelda in battle, it is revealed that she was actually Wizzro in disguise. When asked how they were able to see through it Sheik proclaims it was easy, and envelops her self in a glowing light. She then reveals her self to be the true Princess Zelda, much to Impas relief.

From this point on Sheik no longer plays a role in the story, and players are given the option to play as Zelda or Sheik for a Stage. In the event players select Sheik, she will state Zelda's personal lines in various story based conversations. When playing as Zelda or Sheik, her role as commander of the Hyrulean Army is shifted over to Princess Ruto.

With her true identity revealed Princess Zelda, along with everyone else, make their way to the Temple of the Sacred Sword to get the Master Sword, believing it to be the only ideal way to combat Cia's forces. They are greeted at the temple by hostile holy spirits, however it is revealed they are being controlled by Wizzro. After his defeat, players venture to the Temple of Souls to combat Cia.

During the battle Cia uses her dark magic to harness Links arrogance, creating several Dark Links to combat the Hyrulean Army. While fighting these Dark Links Ganondorf shows up with his own army, attempting to combat both Cia and Zeldas forces. Zelda becomes immobile with fear due to Ganondorf's Dark Aura, resulting her needing to be aided by Link. Link is able to defeat Ganondorf, causing him to retreat.

Zelda's forces make one final attempt to take down Cia, again combating her at the Valley of Seers. Zeldas forces struggle at first, however the Great Fairy comes to her aid, telling them to make their home base at her Fountain. From there Zelda and the Great Fairy combine powers to create a massive magical explosion, dealing a huge damaging blow to Cia's forces.

Cia then infuses Volga with intense dark magic, causing him to go on a rampage, Zelda then attempts to approach him and reason with him. After speaking with him, she convinces him to shed the dark magic altering his mind, but dies in the process much to Zelda's dismay.

After Cia's eventual defeat, the portals finally close, and all the warriors from their alternate time lines are sent back home. It is believed that all is right with Hyrule, however none are prepared for when Ganondorf's forces arrive with Zant and Ghirahim in tow. Being caught off guard Ganondorf's forces storm the castle, and defeat both Zelda and Link, Ganondorf taking their Triforce pieces.

With her Kingdom stolen from her, Zelda, Link, and Impa flee with what little exists of her army in an attempt to regroup. Reuniting with Lana at the Gerudo Desert, they are ambushed by Zant and Ghirahim's forces. The two work to get Lana separated from the main Hyrulean army, however she uses magic to bring Darunia, Ruto, Agitha, Midna, and Fi back from their respective eras to assist Zeldas forces. From there they defeat Zant and Ghirahims forces.

With this boost in Morale, Zelda's army once again does battle with Ganondorf's forces. After a grueling battle Zeldas forces manage to defeat Ganondorf, only for him to transform into the Dark Beast Ganon. She imbues her powers into the Bow and Arrow item, permanently transforming them into the Light Arrows for the remainder of the battle.

They are eventually able to defeat Ganon, however in order to permanently seal his power the Master Sword must be placed back into its pedestal at the Temple of the Sacred Sword. Zelda travels with Link to return the sword, however his attempt at placing it in the pedestal is met with trouble as dark magic is spewing from it, preventing the Master Sword from being placed into it. Zelda moves to Links aid, and together they place the Master Sword where it belongs, permanently sealing away Ganondorf's soul fragment in their era.

Character InformationEdit

DevelopmentEdit

When developing her character for this title, designers felt she needed to come off as a strong figure —both physically and emotionally— and was designed to have an aura of "a poised and confident ruler". The developers felt that a strong Zelda was a natural choice since they wanted to show how normal it was for someone of her character to obtain her seat of power.

PersonalityEdit

Princess Zelda is a dignified figure who calmly assesses any dire situation before making a decision. She has the upmost faith in all of her allies, believing that they have the ability to overcome any obstacle. However despite her positive nature, she is a stern warrior and has no issues taking to the battlefield her self when necessary. Princess Zelda is a brilliant tactician, able to read the flow of battle and come up with the best solutions needed to ensure victory. However in the event an unforeseeable act occurs, she can be prone to light panicking, however if only for the safety of her troops fighting for her cause. In moments like these she is able to recover a minute or so after the initial shock.

As Sheik she is calm, aloof, and speaks only when necessary, and even then she will say as little as possible. Her prowess as a Strategist is still very apparent in this form, able to make quick and and insightful suggestions in battle, despite her lower rank when in this form. She comes off as somewhat cold in this guise, but if only to keep people from learning her true identity.

QuotesEdit

See also: Princess Zelda/Quotes, Sheik/Quotes

GameplayEdit

Keys: Y Normal Attack ▲ X Charge AttackA Special TechniqueB Evade

Standard Attacks
Press X while in the air during certain attacks to dive to the ground, causing a cross shaped energy blast on the ground.

X: Zelda holds her sword skyward and charges it with light energy, which stuns nearby enemies (completely fills her orb meter).
Y, X, X: Zelda performs a black flip while simultaneously performing an upwards slash that launches enemies into the air. After landing she performs a flurry of thrust attacks at the airborne enemies.
Y, Y, X, X: Jumps up and performs a horizontal slash at enemies on the ground, then performs a diving slash attack to quickly get on the ground. Once on the ground, she thrusts her blade upwards, causing a pillar of light energy to erupt in front of her, which launches enemies into the air.
Y, Y, Y, X, X: Performs a series of spinning slashes while dashing left to right many times in a zig-zag pattern, before hovering in the air and performing a flurry of thrusting attacks, ending with final powerful thrust.
Y, Y, Y, Y, X: Jumps forward performing a series of powerful slashing strikes, ending with a powerful upwards diagonal horizontal slash to send enemies flying.
Y, Y, Y, Y, Y, Y: Performs a series of fencing-esque slashing attacks that has Zelda gracefully move slightly forward with each strike. The final strike is a thrust attack that fills up one of her light orbs.
A: Pulls out a golden bow and arrows and fires a single powerful Light Arrow that travels straight forward and knocks back any enemies in its path.
Focus Spirit + A: Rapidly casts Ocarina of Time spells Nayru's Love, Farore's Wind and Din's Fire in succession. This summons a large ice crystal in front of her that shatters, then creates a tornado, followed by an explosion of flame to enemies directly in front of her.
Focus Spirit Finisher: Creates an orb of light that hovers over her enemies' heads, and shoots a light arrow at it. This causes an explosion of light energy causing damage to all surrounding enemies.
Weak Point Smash: Pulls out her golden bow and holds it horizontally, and shoots 4 Light Arrows spread out in an arch, damaging both the enemy general and the other surrounding enemies.

Light Orb Exclusive Attacks
If players press X in the air while orbs are active, Zelda will fire Light Arrows towards the ground. Can be done twice in succession and uses up 1 Light Orb per attack. Players can still perform Zelda's dive X attack right after these moves.

Y, X, X: Zelda performs a black flip while simultaneously performing and upwards slash that launches enemies into the air. She hovers in the air and summons a large orb of light energy over her head, and then throws it towards the ground, causing it to detonate. Uses 1 Light Orb.
Y, Y, X, X: Jumps up and performs a horizontal slash at enemies on the ground, then shoots a light arrow towards the ground in front of her that detonates on impact. She then fires another light arrow straight downwards, which knocks back enemies. Uses 1 Light Orb.
Y, Y, Y, X, X: Performs a series of spinning slashes while dashing left to right many times in a zig-zag pattern. She then pulls out a light bow and shoots a series of multiple Light Arrows straight into the sky. The Light Arrows then rain down from the sky as pillars of light in two paths directly in front of her. Uses 1 Light Orb.
Y, Y, Y, Y, X: Hovers in place and summons a large Triforce-shaped platform of light up under her feet. It erupts in a blast of holy light all around her, severely damaging enemies. Uses 1 Light Orb.
Guarding an Attack/Taking Damage + X: If Zelda has a light orb charged up, she can counter attacks after guarding them, or taking damage by quickly pressing X right after. Zelda will slam the tip of her blade into the ground causing a dome of light energy to burst around her, causing enemies to be sent flying. Uses 1 Light Orb (each).

The rapier moveset is a fusion of control and power. Her standard charge attacks are easy to control and good for both small to mid-sized groups of enemies. It is also perfect for one-on-one battles. The Light Orb attacks are great for performing devastatingly powerful attacks that can extend to enemies beyond reach. However, her light orb attacks are fairly difficult to control and once started up, they can't be stopped through dodge-canceling. Players will need to prioritize and carefully judge the battlefield when playing as her.

X: Send forth five miniature tornadoes to damage enemies. She then sends out a small guided tornado that can be controlled and will carry any enemies it his. Guiding this tornado into enemies wrapped in other tornadoes by any of this weapon's attacks will increase the guided tornado's size. The tornado can be dispersed to damage enemies in an amount and radius proportional to its current size by pressing X a second time.
Y, X: Causes electricity to run along the ground around Zelda damaging enemies close to her. Ends by summoning a ball of electricity and tossing it at enemies directly in front of her.
Y, Y, X: Jumps up into the air and generates a musical staff along the ground made of electricity. Electric orbs shaped like musical notes run along the lines directly in front of her, damaging enemies caught in it.
Y, Y, Y, X: Creates gusts of wind that dart left and right directly in front of her, before spinning forward into enemies.
Y, Y, Y, Y, X: Zelda spins around generating a huge tornado, sending her flying into the sky, and sending enemies flying in all directions.
Y, Y, Y, Y, Y, X: Waves the baton around causing musical staffs to form in the air in front of her, damaging enemies within range before spinning at high speeds sending nearby foes airborne.
Y, Y, Y, Y, Y, Y, Y: Performs a series of stationary spinning motions while controlling the wind to attack enemies. Finishes by summoning four small air spouts, and then Zelda sending out a circular wave of wind outwards.
A: Summons 3 mini tornadoes to her left, and 3 to her right, and brings them together via her baton to form one giant tornado to send enemies flying.
Focus Spirit + A: Waves baton in front of her to generate some musical staffs before pointing it directly in front of her, causing a gust of wind to blow forward and greatly damage enemies.
Focus Spirit Finisher: Spins baton about then points it up into the sky, causing a dome of electric energy to form around her to damage enemies.
Weak Point Smash: Forms a triangle out of wind with the baton and thrusts the weapon forward, causing a gust of wind to shoot out into the enemy before her.

Zelda becomes stationary with the baton to conjure wind magic and sound attacks. The music notes can pin opponents or help with crowd clearing. It requires the player to judge distances to make the best of its attacks.

DLC only.

This move set possesses a special skill that, with her C1, Zelda can summon one of two statues to appear and attack on her behalf while using the Dominion Rod. Her other charge attacks capable of changing the statue she uses during battle as well. She has an ability bar up under her Special Bar that shows how long she has till the statue she has will vanish.

X: Allows Zelda to summon an Owl Statue, a Hammer Statue, or make it so there is no statue whatsoever. Cycling from None, Owl, Hammer, then back to None in that order.
Y, X: Summons an owl statue to attack enemies from below, knocking them into the air. Sets statue setting to Owl.
Y, Y, X: Has her hammer statue pound the area three times in front of her. Sets statue setting to Hammer.
Y, Y, Y, X: Zelda's hammer statue leaps into the air and pounds the area from above. Sets statue setting to Hammer.
Y, Y, Y, Y, X: Her owl statue attacks enemies from below via Twilight Portals, juggling them in the air with each strike. Sets statue setting to Owl.
Y, Y, Y, Y, Y, X: Zelda charges forward while riding her owl statue, then finishes it by having her hammer statue pound the area from above. Does not effect statue setting.
Y, Y, Y, Y, Y, Y, Y: How it's executed depends on whatever statue Zelda summons:
(No statue): Zelda swings the Dominion Rod's orb around her, ending with a small burst of dark energy. Deals minimum damage.
(Owl Statue): Zelda has her owl statue perform several short hops, swings it around her in a circular motion, has it perform several more hops, then finishes it with a short sweep from left to right.
(Hammer Statue): Zelda has her hammer statue pound the area in front of her from right to left, perform a circular swing, then pound the area from left to right before pounding the area in front of her.
A: Zelda uses an owl statue to knock enemies into the air, then uses a hammer statue to send them flying.
Focus Spirit + A: Zelda summons a giant owl statue that falls over, damaging any enemies under it.
Focus Spirit Finisher: Zelda summons a giant hammer statue that smashes its hammer, creating a shockwave of dark energy.
Weak Point Smash: Zelda and an owl statue bounces the Dominion Rod's orb in a game of tennis, hitting the enemy captain as they do. Zelda then finishes it by firing the orb at the enemy.

The Dominion Rod is an effective weapon that is good for both dealing with crowds, or taking on enemy officers, depending on the statue she has with her. The Owl statues sweeping, rolling, and spinning attacks are good for dealing with crowds surounding her. Its sweeping roll good at bringing enemies directly infront of her, while the hopping is good for stomping on groups. The Hammer statue is good for dealing damage to officers and bosses, very good at depleting enemy Weak Point Gage's as well as many attacks able to break enemy guard.

The moveset it self is a tad slow and greatly benefits from the Hasty Attacks weapon skill. Her lack of mobility however is the target of many critisizims from many players, however she is easily to control and players are able to rotate her in any direction during her standard attack string. This allows her to intercept and interupt attacks that could be coming her way. This also enables which ever statue she has out at the time attack enemies nearby off scream while she can focus on ones that had previously been behind her.

Each charge attack finisher of Sheik's moveset uses a different element, causing an elemental note to appear on screen under the Special Bar. Pressing X will change the effect of the charge attack based on the note present. Whichever combo was used most recently is one way to affect which charge attack is performed.

X (Standard): Creates a ring of neutral rainbow energy that slightly damages enemies.
X (Water): Creates a barrier of water around Sheik that blocks all damage. It does not have a time limit; it can only disappear after absorbing too much damage, thus breaking the shield. It can be refreshed at any time. (Follows Y, X combo)
X (Fire): Sets a glowing red magic trap onto the ground. After a couple of seconds, a massive fire pillar shoots up from the ground where the rune used to be, dealing damage to any enemies caught in the blast. (Follows Y, Y, X combo)
X (Lightning): Creates a temporary whirlwind around Shiek, damaging enemies if they touch it while she moves. (Follows Y, Y, Y, X combo)
X (Darkness): Creates a vortex of darkness on the ground that sucks enemies in and continuously damages then. (Follows Y, Y, Y, Y, X combo)
X (Light): Creates a massive glowing platform of energy on the ground that, as long as Sheik is standing in it, her Special bar will continuously fill. Slightly stuns enemies when initially formed. (Follows Y, Y, Y, Y, Y, X combo)
Y, X: Creates a water spout that travels along the ground. Juggles enemies in the air while slowly moving forward.
Y, Y, X: Summons a huge flaming rock to fall from the sky.
Y, Y, Y, X: Creates a massive gust of electrified wind to form directly in front of her
Y, Y, Y, Y, X: Teleports out of sight, then appears in the air and performs a spiraling shadow slash to the ground, damaging enemies below her.
Y, Y, Y, Y, Y, X: Strikes a pose while forming a ring of holy energy around her body that damages enemies.
Y, Y, Y, Y, Y, Y: Performs a series of slashes with her knives, as well as acrobatic kicks, before tossing her knives in front of her, then performing a powerful jumping slash forward to end the combo.
A: Levitates in the air slightly and plays her harp. Damages enemies in a wide radius around her.
Focus Spirit + A: Plays a series of notes, causing trees to sprout out of the ground to damage enemies in front of her.
Focus Spirit Finisher: Tosses her knives into the air, causing them to rain down all around her.
Weak Point Smash: Performs a series of quick rapid slashes before playing her harp causing a magical explosion.
Fighting Style

Despite her weapon being labeled as an electric-style weapon, all her attacks outside of charges are neutral elemental. She is capable of using all the game's elements with her charge attacks, making her one of the more useful characters in the game, as she can meet all elemental stage requirements that are listed in the stage select screen. Her water barrier is very effective at blocking attacks from all enemies, including strong enemy units and boss monsters. It is advised that the player always have the shield active when fighting, so that Shiek is able to play her harp in large groups of enemies without worrying about being interrupted from attacks. The water barrier is also very effective against Gibdo and Redead Knight enemies, as it will completely nullify their ability to immobilize her. The attacks that cause the immobilization do not actually deal any damage, either, so the barrier will not weaken to those attacks. Other attacks must still be avoided to maintain the barrier.

The songs played on her harp for her C1 elemental attacks are melodies from Ocarina of Time: Bolero of Fire, Serenade of Water, Nocturne of Shadow, Prelude of Light, and Song of Storms. Her Focus Spirit Cancel Musou attack has her play Saria's Song, which is also a melody from Ocarina of Time.

Sheik's usage of knives and various kicking strikes are references to her "Needle Storm" technique and hand-to-hand combat style in the Super Smash Bros. series.

  • Zelda's usage of the Wind Waker and the Dominion Rod as her alternate weapons alludes to the fact that both items are Sacred Hyrule Royal Family Treasures from the Legend of Zelda franchise.

WeaponsEdit

Weapon Information (Element: Light)
Description: A sword forged with magical light, making it light as a feather. Use the Strong Attack button to gather the power of light, and strike with devastating strength when using a Combo Attack!
Polished Rapier Skill Slots: 1~2
Rapier - 1st Weapon (HW) Base Attack: 80 1Attack: 88
2Attack: 96 3Attack: 104
4Attack: 112 5Attack: 120
Glittering Rapier Skill Slots: 3~4
Rapier - 2nd Weapon (HW) Base Attack: 150 1Attack: 165
2Attack: 180 3Attack: 195
4Attack: 210 5Attack: 225
Gleaming Rapier Skill Slots: 6~8
Rapier - 3rd Weapon (HW) Base Attack: 280 1Attack: 308
2Attack: 336 3Attack: 364
4Attack: 392 5Attack: 420
8-Bit White Sword? (Base) Skill Slots: 6~8
Rapier - 4th Weapon (HW) Base Attack: 280 1Attack: 308
2Attack: 336 3Attack: 364
4Attack: 392 5Attack: 420
Gleaming Rapier + (Legends) Skill Slots: 7~8
Rapier - 3rd Weapon (HW) Base Attack: 500 1Attack: 550
2Attack: 600 3Attack: 650
4Attack: 700 5Attack: 750
(Legends) Skill Slots: 7~8
Rapier - 3rd Weapon (HW) Base Attack: 500 1Attack: 550
2Attack: 600 3Attack: 650
4Attack: 700 5Attack: 750
Secondary Element:


Weapon Information (Element: Lightning)
Description: A legendary baton that can control the very wind. Create whirlwinds to disorient your enemies, and then perform a Strong Attack to create an even more powerful tornado!
Wind Waker Skill Slots: 1~2
Baton - 1st Weapon (HW) Base Attack: 80 1Attack: 88
2Attack: 96 3Attack: 104
4Attack: 112 5Attack: 120
Sacred Baton Skill Slots: 3~4
Baton - 2nd Weapon (HW) Base Attack: 150 1Attack: 165
2Attack: 180 3Attack: 195
4Attack: 210 5Attack: 225
Glorious Baton Skill Slots: 6~8
Baton - 3rd Weapon (HW) Base Attack: 280 1Attack: 308
2Attack: 336 3Attack: 364
4Attack: 392 5Attack: 420
8-Bit Recorder (Base) Skill Slots: 6~8
Baton - 4th Weapon (HW) Base Attack: 280 1Attack: 308
2Attack: 336 3Attack: 364
4Attack: 392 5Attack: 420
Glorious Baton + (Legends) Skill Slots: 7~8
Baton - 3rd Weapon (HW) Base Attack: 500 1Attack: 550
2Attack: 600 3Attack: 650
4Attack: 700 5Attack: 750
Liquid Glorious Baton (Legends) Skill Slots: 7~8
Baton - 3rd Weapon (HW) Base Attack: 500 1Attack: 550
2Attack: 600 3Attack: 650
4Attack: 700 5Attack: 750
Secondary Element: Water


  • The first level weapon is both based on and named after the Wind Waker.

DLC only.

Weapon Information (Element: Darkness)
Description: A mysterious rod with the ability to command stone statues. Use a Strong attack to control an statue, and then lead it into battle with Combo attacks
Old Dominion Rod Skill Slots: 1~2
Dominion Rod - 1st Weapon (HW) Base Attack: 80 1Attack: 88
2Attack: 96 3Attack: 104
4Attack: 112 5Attack: 120
High Dominion Rod Skill Slots: 3~4
Dominion Rod - 2nd Weapon (HW) Base Attack: 150 1Attack: 165
2Attack: 180 3Attack: 195
4Attack: 210 5Attack: 225
Royal Dominion Rod Skill Slots: 6~8
Dominion Rod - 3rd Weapon (HW) Base Attack: 280 1Attack: 308
2Attack: 336 3Attack: 364
4Attack: 392 5Attack: 420
None (Base) Skill Slots: 6~8
Unavailable (HW) Base Attack: 280 1Attack: 308
2Attack: 336 3Attack: 364
4Attack: 392 5Attack: 420
Royal Dominion Rod + (Legends) Skill Slots: 7~8
Dominion Rod - 3rd Weapon (HW) Base Attack: 500 1Attack: 550
2Attack: 600 3Attack: 650
4Attack: 700 5Attack: 750
(Legends) Skill Slots: 7~8
Dominion Rod - 3rd Weapon (HW) Base Attack: 500 1Attack: 550
2Attack: 600 3Attack: 650
4Attack: 700 5Attack: 750
Secondary Element:


Weapon Information (Element: Lightning)
Description: A harp that commands magical melodies. It can be imbued with elemental affinity using Combo Attacks. Use the Strong Attack button to tap into elemental powers and cause various effects.
Goddess's Harp Skill Slots: 1~2
Harp - 1st Weapon (HW) Base Attack: 80 1Attack: 88
2Attack: 96 3Attack: 104
4Attack: 112 5Attack: 120
Typhoon Harp Skill Slots: 3~4
Harp - 2nd Weapon (HW) Base Attack: 150 1Attack: 165
2Attack: 180 3Attack: 195
4Attack: 210 5Attack: 225
Triforce Harp Skill Slots: 6~8
Harp - 3rd Weapon (HW) Base Attack: 280 1Attack: 308
2Attack: 336 3Attack: 364
4Attack: 392 5Attack: 420
8-Bit Stepladder (Base) Skill Slots: 6~8
Harp - 4th Weapon (HW) Base Attack: 280 1Attack: 308
2Attack: 336 3Attack: 364
4Attack: 392 5Attack: 420
Triforce Harp + (Legends) Skill Slots: 7~8
Harp - 3rd Weapon (HW) Base Attack: 500 1Attack: 550
2Attack: 600 3Attack: 650
4Attack: 700 5Attack: 750
Shining Harp (Legends) Skill Slots: 7~8
Harp - 3rd Weapon (HW) Base Attack: 500 1Attack: 550
2Attack: 600 3Attack: 650
4Attack: 700 5Attack: 750
Secondary Element: Light


Badge MaterialsEdit

See also: Hyrule Warriors/Badges

Badge Materials
Kokiri Sword I Metal Plate (1x)
Kokiri Sword II Fiery Aeralfos Leather (1x) Metal Plate (1x)
Kokiri Sword III ReDead Bandage (1x) Metal Plate (1x)
Kokiri Sword IV Shield Moblin Helmet (1x) Metal Plate (1x)
Wooden Sword I Metal Plate (1x)
Wooden Sword II Gibdo Bandage (1x) Metal Plate (1x)
Wooden Sword III Piece of Darknut Armor (1x) Metal Plate (1x)
Wooden Sword IV Dinolfos Fang (1x) Metal Plate (1x)
Great Fairy's Sword I Metal Plate (1x)
Great Fairy's Sword II Moblin Flank (1x) Metal Plate (1x)
Great Fairy's Sword III Lizalfos Scale (1x) Metal Plate (1x)
Great Fairy's Sword IV Fiery Aeralfos Leather (1x) Metal Plate (1x)
Stamina Fruit I ReDead Bandage (1x)
Stamina Fruit II Midna's Hair (1x) Volga's Helmet (1x) ReDead Bandage (3x)
Stamina Fruit III Midna's Fused Shadow (1x) Volga's Helmet (2x) ReDead Bandage (2x)
Digging Mitts I ReDead Bandage (3x)
Digging Mitts II Midna's Hair (1x) Volga's Helmet (1x) ReDead Bandage (3x)
Digging Mitts III Midna's Fused Shadow (1x) Volga's Helmet (2x) ReDead Bandage (2x)
Din's Fire I ReDead Bandage (1x) Metal Plate (1x)
Din's Fire II Shield Moblin Helmet (1x) Metal Plate (1x)
Din's Fire III Thick Goron Helmet (1x) Goron Armor Breastplate (2x) ReDead Knight Ashes (2x)
Hover Boots I ReDead Bandage (2x)
Hover Boots II Midna's Hair (1x) Volga's Helmet (1x) ReDead Bandage (3x)
Hover Boots III Midna's Fused Shadow (1x) Volga's Helmet (2x) ReDead Bandage (2x)
Fierce Deity's Mask I Shield Moblin Helmet (1x) Metal Plate (1x)
Fierce Deity's Mask II Midna's Fused Shadow (1x) Volga's Helmet (2x) ReDead Bandage (2x)

Badge Materials
Empty Bottle I Old Rag (1x)
Empty Bottle II Shield Moblin Helmet (1x) Old Rag (1x)
Empty Bottle III Volga's Dragon Spear (1x) Midna's Hair (2x) ReDead Knight Ashes (2x)
Hornet Larvae I ReDead Bandage (1x)
Hornet Larvae II Midna's Hair (1x) Volga's Helmet (1x) ReDead Bandage (3x)
Hornet Larvae III Volga's Dragon Spear (1x) Midna's Hair (2x) ReDead Knight Ashes (2x)
Nayru's Love I ReDead Bandage (3x)
Nayru's Love II Midna's Hair (1x) Volga's Helmet (1x) ReDead Bandage (3x)
Nayru's Love III Thick Goron Helmet (1x) Goron Armor Breastplate (2x) ReDead Knight Ashes (2x)
Goron Tunic I ReDead Bandage (2x)
Goron Tunic II Midna's Hair (1x) Volga's Helmet (1x) ReDead Bandage (3x)
Goron Tunic III Volga's Dragon Spear (1x) Midna's Hair (2x) ReDead Knight Ashes (2x)
Zora Tunic I ReDead Bandage (2x)
Zora Tunic II Midna's Hair (1x) Volga's Helmet (1x) ReDead Bandage (3x)
Zora Tunic III Volga's Dragon Spear (1x) Midna's Hair (2x) ReDead Knight Ashes (2x)
Magic Armor I ReDead Bandage (2x)
Magic Armor II Midna's Hair (1x) Volga's Helmet (1x) ReDead Bandage (3x)
Magic Armor III Volga's Dragon Spear (1x) Midna's Hair (2x) ReDead Knight Ashes (2x)
Sacred Shield I ReDead Bandage (2x)
Sacred Shield II Midna's Hair (1x) Volga's Helmet (1x) ReDead Bandage (3x)
Sacred Shield III Volga's Dragon Spear (1x) Midna's Hair (2x) ReDead Knight Ashes (2x)
Mirror Shield I ReDead Bandage (2x)
Mirror Shield II Midna's Hair (1x) Volga's Helmet (1x) ReDead Bandage (3x)
Mirror Shield III Volga's Dragon Spear (1x) Midna's Hair (2x) ReDead Knight Ashes (2x)

Badge Materials
Farore's Wind I Monster Tooth (1x)
Farore's Wind II Midna's Hair (1x) Volga's Helmet (1x) ReDead Bandage (3x)
Farore's Wind III Thick Goron Helmet (1x) Goron Armor Breastplate (2x) ReDead Knight Ashes (2x)
Goron's Bracelet I ReDead Bandage (2x)
Goron's Bracelet II Midna's Fused Shadow (1x) Midna's Hair (2x) ReDead Bandage (2x)
Hawkeye I ReDead Bandage (2x)
Hawkeye II Midna's Fused Shadow (1x) Midna's Hair (2x) ReDead Bandage (2x)
Beetle I ReDead Bandage (2x)
Beetle II Midna's Fused Shadow (1x) Midna's Hair (2x) ReDead Bandage (2x)
Whip I ReDead Bandage (2x)
Whip II Midna's Fused Shadow (1x) Midna's Hair (2x) ReDead Bandage (2x)

Badge Materials
Kokiri Sword I Old Rag (1x)
Kokiri Sword II Piece of Darknut Armor (1x) Old Rag (1x)
Kokiri Sword III Goron Armor Breastplate (1x) Old Rag (1x)
Kokiri Sword IV Stalmaster Wrist Bone (1x) Old Rag (1x)
Stamina Fruit I Gibdo Bandage (1x)
Stamina Fruit II Ruto's Earrings (1x) Argorok's Embers (1x) Gibdo Bandage (3x)
Stamina Fruit III Ruto's Scale (1x) Argorok's Embers (2x) Heavy Gibdo Sword (2x)
Digging Mitts I Gibdo Bandage (3x)
Digging Mitts II Ruto's Earrings (1x) Argorok's Embers (1x) Gibdo Bandage (3x)
Digging Mitts III Ruto's Scale (1x) Argorok's Embers (2x) Heavy Gibdo Sword (2x)
Din's Fire I Goron Armor Breastplate (1x) Old Rag (1x)
Din's Fire II Stalmaster Wrist Bone (1x) Old Rag (1x)
Din's Fire III Ruto's Scale (1x) Argorok's Embers (2x) Heavy Gibdo Sword (2x)
Hover Boots I Gibdo Bandage (2x)
Hover Boots II Ruto's Earrings (1x) Argorok's Embers (1x) Gibdo Bandage (3x)
Hover Boots III Ruto's Scale (1x) Argorok's Embers (2x) Heavy Gibdo Sword (2x)
Fierce Deity's Mask I Piece of Darknut Armor (1x) Old Rag (1x)
Fierce Deity's Mask II Ruto's Scale (1x) Argorok's Embers (2x) Heavy Gibdo Sword (2x)

Badge Materials
Empty Bottle I Monster Tooth (1x)
Empty Bottle II Stalmaster Wrist Bone (1x) Monster Tooth (1x)
Empty Bottle III Argorok's Stone (1x) Ruto's Earrings (2x) Heavy Gibdo Sword (2x)
Hornet Larvae I Gibdo Bandage (1x)
Hornet Larvae II Ruto's Earrings (1x) Argorok's Embers (1x) Gibdo Bandage (3x)
Hornet Larvae III Argorok's Stone (1x) Ruto's Earrings (2x) Heavy Gibdo Sword (2x)
Nayru's Love I Gibdo Bandage (3x)
Nayru's Love II Ruto's Earrings (1x) Argorok's Embers (1x) Gibdo Bandage (3x)
Nayru's Love III Argorok's Stone (1x) Ruto's Earrings (2x) Heavy Gibdo Sword (2x)
Goron Tunic I Gibdo Bandage (2x)
Goron Tunic II Ruto's Earrings (1x) Argorok's Embers (1x) Gibdo Bandage (3x)
Goron Tunic III Argorok's Stone (1x) Ruto's Earrings (2x) Heavy Gibdo Sword (2x)
Zora Tunic I Gibdo Bandage (2x)
Zora Tunic II Ruto's Earrings (1x) Argorok's Embers (1x) Gibdo Bandage (3x)
Zora Tunic III Argorok's Stone (1x) Ruto's Earrings (2x) Heavy Gibdo Sword (2x)
Magic Armor I Gibdo Bandage (2x)
Magic Armor II Ruto's Earrings (1x) Argorok's Embers (1x) Gibdo Bandage (3x)
Magic Armor III Argorok's Stone (1x) Ruto's Earrings (2x) Heavy Gibdo Sword (2x)
Sacred Shield I Gibdo Bandage (2x)
Sacred Shield II Ruto's Earrings (1x) Argorok's Embers (1x) Gibdo Bandage (3x)
Sacred Shield III Argorok's Stone (1x) Ruto's Earrings (2x) Heavy Gibdo Sword (2x)
Mirror Shield I Gibdo Bandage (2x)
Mirror Shield II Ruto's Earrings (1x) Argorok's Embers (1x) Gibdo Bandage (3x)
Mirror Shield III Argorok's Stone (1x) Ruto's Earrings (2x) Heavy Gibdo Sword (2x)

Badge Materials
Farore's Wind I Metal Plate (1x)
Farore's Wind II Ruto's Earrings (1x) Argorok's Embers (1x) Gibdo Bandage (3x)
Farore's Wind III Ruto's Scale (1x) Ruto's Earrings (1x) Heavy Gibdo Sword (2x)
Goron's Bracelet I Gibdo Bandage (2x)
Goron's Bracelet II Ruto's Scale (1x) Ruto's Earrings (1x) Heavy Gibdo Sword (2x)
Hawkeye I Gibdo Bandage (2x)
Hawkeye II Ruto's Scale (1x) Ruto's Earrings (1x) Heavy Gibdo Sword (2x)
Beetle I Gibdo Bandage (2x)
Beetle II Ruto's Scale (1x) Ruto's Earrings (1x) Heavy Gibdo Sword (2x)
Whip I Gibdo Bandage (2x)
Whip II Ruto's Scale (1x) Ruto's Earrings (1x) Heavy Gibdo Sword (2x)

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Prologue:
The Sorceress of the Woods
(Faron Woods)
Boulder at the end of path of the South gateway of Southeast Tree.


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