Blue Moblin

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Blue Moblin are stronger variants than the standard Red Moblin, found in Breath of the Wild and Age of Calamity. They are much tougher enemies and often wield stronger weapons.[1]

Breath of the Wild

Blue Moblin in Breath of the Wild most commonly wield Spiked Moblin Clubs and Spiked Moblin Spears. However, they occasionally wield non-Moblin based weapons, including the Soldier's Broadsword.

Blue Moblins are found all over Hyrule, although they are must abundant in the Akkala province, specifically in the area just west of the Akkala Ancient Tech Lab. They are all over the Tumlea Heights and found on both sides of the Bloodleaf Lake. They appear elsewhere, usually in smaller numbers with other Moblins and Bokoblins. There are a troop of them on the Carok Bridge, that connects the Central Tower and Ridgeland Tower regions of Central Hyrule province. They also appear in the Gerudo province, mostly found just north and northwest of the Wasteland Tower, on the higher elevations.

With a health of 144 HP, they are nearly three times as strong as the base (red) Moblin, but have a little less than half as much health as the Black Moblin. Like the standard Moblin, they will drop Moblin Horns and Moblin Fangs when defeated. However, the blue variation will also occasionally drop Moblin Guts.

Some Red Moblins will upgrade to Blue Moblins as the World Level increases. In turn, many of these Blue Moblins will be replaced by Black and Silver Moblins with further increases.

In Master Mode, the Blue Moblin become the default Moblin, replacing all of the Red Moblin. In turn, the existing Blue Moblin are all replaced with Black Moblins. World Level increases still apply.

Age of Calamity

Blue Moblin in Age of Calamity are mini-bosses that often appear as leaders of outposts. They are stronger variants of the standard Moblin, dealing slightly more damage and having more health. They first appear in the final scenario of chapter 2, The Yiga Clan Attacks!. When defeated, they will occasionally drop a Moblin Fang, Moblin Horn, or some Moblin Guts. After each Blue Moblin is defeated, the player will receive a Moblin Trophy, which can be used to complete quests or upgrade weapons of the various warriors.

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References

  1. "These heavyweight monsters can be found all over Hyrule. They're much tougher than their standard counterparts and often have much stronger weapons equipped." — Hyrule Compendium, Breath of the Wild