Mipha, the Zora Princess

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This article is about the story scenario from Age of Calamity. For the character which it is named after, see Mipha.
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Mipha, the Zora Princess
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Number

Chapter 2-1

Games

Stage

Previous

Next

Simultaneous

Boss

Mini-bosses

Enemies

Key Characters

Rewards

Warriors

Link, Mipha, one other unlocked, plus Divine Beast Vah Ruta (story)
Any three unlocked, plus Vah Ruta (replay)

Allies

Zelda, Link, Mipha (if not selected for play)
Zora Captain (9×)

Recommended Level

Lv. 6

Battlefield-Specific Materials

"Zelda and the others arrive in Zora's Domain seeking to recruit Mipha as a pilot. The domain is suddenly attacked, however, and the party fights alongside Mipha to protect everyone."

— In-game description

Mipha, the Zora Princess is the first listed scenario of Age of Calamity Chapter 2, although the four Chapter 2 scenarios can be completed in any order.

King Dorephan refuses Zelda's request for his daughter Mipha to pilot Divine Beast Vah Ruta, while Mipha greets Link for the first time in years. Both are interrupted by bad news, however - the King is told of an invasion of monsters, and Mipha is told that her young brother Sidon has disappeared. Mipha works with the Hylians and their allies to drive back the invading force, before finding that Sidon is challenging a Lynel on Ploymus Mountain. While they manage to save the young Prince, the sight of an even larger second wave of invasion leaves them despairing until the diminutive Guardian gives them the means to activate Vah Ruta through the Sheikah Slate.

Piloting the giant robotic elephant for the first time, Mipha uses Ruta's power to rout the invaders, and is given reluctant permission by her father to become the Divine Beast's permanent pilot.

Note: A quest complete screen appears after the defeat of the Lynel, but the scenario restarts with the Divine Beast Vah Ruta section, with the K.O. total being continuous.
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Objectives

Regular Objectives

  • Rescue the injured Zora Captains (4)
  • Defeat the Electric Moblin
  • Defeat the monsters attacking Zora’s Domain
  • Head for Polyphemus Mountain
  • Defeat the Lynel

Divine Beast Objectives

  • Defeat the monsters that are attacking Zora’s Domain
  • Defeat all the Lynels

Cutscenes

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Mipha, the Zora Princess [text]

"The long-lived Zora, who could traverse rivers and lakes with ease, lived in Lanayru at a resplendent place dubbed Zora's Domain."

— In-game Gallery description

The Looming Threat

"In order to recruit Mipha as a pilot for a Divine Beast, Zelda makes her case to Mipha's father, King Dorephan. The king refuses to permit Mipha to help, but the audience is cut short when monsters suddenly threaten Zora's Domain."

— In-game Gallery description

Against the Lynel

"Discovering the young Prince Sidon standing up to a Lynel, the party quickly comes to his aid. The Lynel is undeterred by their arrival, brandishing a giant blade and releasing a terrifying roar."

— In-game Gallery description

Ray of Hope

"The party rescues Sidon, but they have no time to rest before an even bigger horde of monsters appears. Comprehending the scale of the attack, Mipha and the others are at a loss for words until the little Guardian gives them a sliver of hope."

— In-game Gallery description

Divine Beast Vah Ruta

"King Dorephan himself takes command of the forces defending Zora's Domain, but even under his guidance, they are backed into a corner by superior numbers. However, salvation arrives in the form of the Divine Beast Vah Ruta, piloted by Mipha."

— In-game Gallery description

Mipha's Wishes

"After seeing Mipha use the power of the Divine Beast to defeat the Lyunel and hold off the massive attacking horde, King Dorephan acknowledges Mipha's resolve and gives his approval for her to serve as the pilot of the Divine Beast."

— In-game Gallery description

Dialogue

Character Speaking Dialogue
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Treasure Chests

See also: Age of Calamity Treasure Chests


Koroks

See also: Age of Calamity Koroks


Notes

References