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{{Infobox|enemy
 
{{Infobox|enemy
 
| image    = [[File:Stalmaster.jpeg]]
 
| image    = [[File:Stalmaster.jpeg]]
| game    = ''[[The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword|Skyward Sword]]''
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| game    = ''[[The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword|Skyward Sword]]'', ''[[Hyrule Warriors|Hyrule Warriors]]''
 
| location = [[Ancient Cistern]]
 
| location = [[Ancient Cistern]]
 
| weapon  = Sword
 
| weapon  = Sword
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'''Stalmaster''' is a [[Mini-Boss]] featured in ''[[The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword|Skyward Sword]]''. It is found within the [[Ancient Cistern]]. It is basically an upgraded [[Stalfos]], with four hands instead of two. Furthermore, it has a bit more armor, as well. This creature was likely designed as a way to implement the game's new "one-to-one" swordplay. In order to be defeated, Link must repeatedly attack the Stalmaster parallel to the direction in which his swords are guarding from.
 
'''Stalmaster''' is a [[Mini-Boss]] featured in ''[[The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword|Skyward Sword]]''. It is found within the [[Ancient Cistern]]. It is basically an upgraded [[Stalfos]], with four hands instead of two. Furthermore, it has a bit more armor, as well. This creature was likely designed as a way to implement the game's new "one-to-one" swordplay. In order to be defeated, Link must repeatedly attack the Stalmaster parallel to the direction in which his swords are guarding from.
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==Hyrule Warriors==
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Stalmaster appears in ''[[Hyrule Warriors|Hyrule Warriors]]'' as an upgraded version of the [[Stalfos]]. Stalmaster has a possibility of dropping two upgrade materials, [[Stalmaster Wrist Bone]], and [[Stalmaster's Skull]].
       
{{Cat|Skyward Sword Enemies}}
 
{{Cat|Skyward Sword Enemies}}
 
{{Cat|Skyward Sword Mini-Bosses}}
 
{{Cat|Skyward Sword Mini-Bosses}}
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