Bago-Bago

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Bago-Bago
BagoBago-Futabasha-AOL.png
Artwork of Bago-Bago from The Adventure of Link

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The Adventure of Link
Hyrule
Great Palace


The Faces of Evil

The Wand of Gamelon

Reesong Palace

The Bago-Bago are enemies from The Adventure of Link that can be found in watery and lava filled regions of Hyrule.

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Appearances

The Adventure of Link

Bago-Bagos are animated skeletal fish that have been resurrected by unholy magic. This enemies steal 10 experience points if they come in contact with Link. There are two variations of Bago-Bago in this game.

White Bago-Bago

White Bago-Bago can be found around bridges throughout Hyrule. They attack by leaping out of the water or lava in attempt to bite any living creatures that crosses their path. They also shoot rocks from their mouths.[1] Link gains 3 experiences points for defeating Bago-Bago in Western Hyrule and 5 experience in Eastern Hyrule.

Red Bago-Bago

The Red Bago-Bago that are found in Great Palace are stronger than their counterparts found in the Overworld. They appear in lava filled areas and will spit fireballs from their mouths instead of rocks, which Link can only block with his shield if he casts the Reflect Spell. Link gains 20 experience points for defeating the Red Bago-Bago.

Game Data

White Bago-Bago
WhiteBagoBago-Sprite-AOL.png Experience Points 3 Western Hyrule / 5 Eastern Hyrule
Item Drop Blue Magic Jar or 50 exp Point Bag
Enemy Habitat Bridges and Caves of Hyrule
Combat Data •Drains 10 experience on contact
Red Bago-Bago
RedBagobago-Sprite-AOL.png Experience Points 20
Item Drop Blue Magic Jar or 50 exp Point Bag
Enemy Habitat Great Palace
Combat Data •Drains 10 experience on contact
•Fireball only blockable with Reflect

Non-canon Appearances

Link: The Faces of Evil

Zelda: The Wand of Gamelon

In The Wand of Gamelon, Bago-Bagos appear in just one room in the entire game. Found within Reesong Palace, they fly on screen and will simply try to fly into Zelda. Since they have a short, yet wide body, they can be annoying to hit, as Zelda must strike them with a direct hit to the face.

Bago-Bago will continuously spawn in the room and fly towards Zelda. If she do happen to defeat one of them, it will leave behind a valuable blue ruby. Unfortunately, Bago-Bago don't travel alone and the room will quickly fill up with other enemies as well, so whenever possible, Zelda must try to avoid these creatures.

Sea also

Skullfish
Desbreko

Gallery

References

  1. "Vicious flying fish, they spit rocks at Link on the bridges.", Nintendo Power Magazines - Issue 004, pg. 22