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North of Kaepora Pass in the Akkala Highlands
Jenn Wong (English)
Mija is one of four Great Fairies in Breath of the Wild and Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity.
Breath of the Wild
Mija's Great Fairy Fountain is located south of Tarrey Town below the northwestern cliff of Kaepora Pass. It is surrounded by a copse of fall-colored trees, and is most easily visible from the cliff where the Dah Hesho Shrine sits when facing east. It can also be seen from the top of the Kaepora Pass cliff looking down, but it is not visible from Tarrey Town.
To open her Great Fairy Fountain, Mija will request an offering of either 100; 500; 1,000; or 10,000 Rupees depending on how many Great Fairies have been restored to power before her. Once her powers have been restored, Mija will offer upgrade certain pieces of Link's armor provided Link can meet the required materials cost. Link can also find Armoranth by exploring near her fountain, in addition to standard Fairy Fountain materials.
Although her upgrades entail the same affectionate behavior as her three sisters, Mija has a noticeably aloof side that she displays to Link if he displeases her. She is humorously disappointed in his small size compared to hers when they first meet, and she will chastise him for wasting her time if he visits her without the proper materials for an upgrade or for making her wait on him should he ever refuse an upgrade.
Local Fountain Resources
- Silent Princess (there are three flowers surrounding a thick tree past a big rock behind the fountain)
- Endura Carrot
Age of Calamity
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- Main article: Great Fairies
Mija is the final Great Fairy battled, in the Fairy Fountain: Battlefield Challenge scenario. Once this is completed, the four Great Fairies become available as a composite character, fighting from a single bud.