Fairy Fountain: Desert Sands

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Fairy Fountain: Desert Sands
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Number

Recommended Level Lv. 21 - Lv. 30:
Challenge
Trial of the Great Fairies-3

Warriors

Any unlocked warrior

Recommended Level

Lv. 28

Games

Stage

Conditions

Time Limited (13:00 first objective)

Next

Simultaneous

Boss

Mini-bosses

Enemies

Rewards

First Clear: Ethereal Stone (1), Fairy (3), Raw Whole Bird (10), Rupees (500)

"The party has traveled to the Gerudo Desert in search of a Great Fairy. They are being guided across the desert by a mysterious voice when they suddenly come upon Yiga Clan members."

— In-game description

Fairy Fountain: Desert Sands is a challenge scenario of Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity, unlocked by completing the Offering Help on the Road quest. It is one of the three initial challenges in the Trial of the Great Fairies. Completion of all three unlocks the final challenge in the series, Fairy Fountain: Battlefield.

Upon starting, the player is charged with bringing a shadowed figure 600 rupees from the Yiga Clan "bandits' purses". Standard Yiga Footsoldiers drop as little as a Green Rupee (1 rupee) each, Yiga Blademasters drop a Purple Rupee (50 rupees). A Blue Moblin must be defeated to open a gate, and a Stone Talus must also be cleared to make more Yiga Clan appear.

Upon collecting the rupees and heading for the targeted position, the figure takes the collected rupees and emerges from her bud as the Great Fairy Tera, who promises to lend the player their strength if they will show her theirs. Defeating Tera will prove this and end the challenge successfully.

  • Victory Condition: Acquire the rupees → Defeat Tera
  • Defeat Condition: Time runs out → No defeat conditions

Objectives

  • Collect the rupees (600)
    • Defeat the Yiga Blademaster and key enemies (Blue Moblin, Stone Talus), and gather rupees!
  • Head for the Targeted Position
  • Defeat Tera

References