Breath of the Wild
"These quick-witted, lizard-like monsters can be found all over Hyrule. Their fiery breath makes them pretty dangerous, but exposure to cold will kill them instantly. They mainly make their homes in volcanic areas but have also been sighted in the Akkala region."
Breath of the Wild
Fire-Breath Lizalfos act in a very similar way to the traditional Lizalfos, but have the ability to breathe fire. Link can avoid taking damage here by holding out his shield, or, if he has all three pieces of the Flamebreaker Set equipped and enhanced at least twice, the fire will deal no damage at all. Upon death, the Fire-Breath Lizalfos will drop a Red Lizalfos Tail, in addition to a Lizalfos Horn and a Lizalfos Talon.
Link can defeat a Fire-Breath Lizalfos just as with the base variants of the Lizalfos. However, a single strike with an ice based weapon will immediately defeat a Fire-Breath Lizalfos. Fire-Breath Lizalfos, in spite of their fire-bound nature, can swim in open waters; when swimming in either water or lava they may also attack by spitting lava at Link.
These monsters primarily make their home in the Eldin region of Hyrule, surrounding Death Mountain. They are primarily west of Death Mountain, with a handful of them located in the Abandoned North Mine. There are also a handful Fire-Breath Lizalfos just north of Gerudo Town.
Age of Calamity
Fire-Breath Lizalfos in Age of Calamity are fire variants of the Lizalfos. They first appear during the Daruk, the Goron Hero scenario. They will occasionally drop a Lizalfos Horn, Lizalfos Talon, or a Red Lizalfos Tail when defeated. After each Fire-Breath Lizalfos is defeated, the player will receive a Lizalfos Trophy, which can be used to complete quests or upgrade weapons of the various warriors.
- Blue Lizalfos
- Ice-Breath Lizalfos
- Electric Lizalfos
- Black Lizalfos
- Silver Lizalfos
- Golden Lizalfos
- ↑ "These quick-witted, lizard-like monsters can be found all over Hyrule. Their fiery breath makes them pretty dangerous, but exposure to cold will kill them instantly. They mainly make their homes in volcanic areas but have also been sighted in the Akkala region." — Hyrule Compendium, Breath of the Wild