Stalizalfos

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Stalizalfos

"The remains of Lizalfos appear in the dark of the night. They're as sly as ever, even now that they're just some bones stacked atop each other. However, their bodies are much more fragile, and a single solid hit can reduce them to pieces. If a skull remains intact, they will pull themselves back up and continue to fight. They've been known to grab the wrong skull at times, but they never seem to mind..."

— Hyrule Compendium Entry[1]

Stalizalfos are enemies which appear in Breath of the Wild. These monsters only appear only at night, are just as quick as their living counterparts, and tend to swarm Link in groups of 2-3. Their weapons of choice typically include strong, Lizalfos-crafted weapons such as the Lizal Forked Boomerang or the Lizal Tri-Boomerang. They will collapse after a single hit, but their head will keep moving, requiring one final strike. If the head isn't defeated quick enough, it will re-assemble itself.

Stalizalfos may drop a Lizalfos Horn or a Lizalfos Talon when they are defeated.

If Link wears the Lizalfos Mask or Majora's Mask, these enemies will no longer attack Link. Instead, they will follow behind in curiosity and will only attack if Link first attacks them. If Link has the complete Radiant Set and it has been upgraded to Level 2, he will gain the Stal disguise ability and it will display similar results as the above masks.

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  1. "The remains of Lizalfos appear in the dark of the night. They're as sly as ever, even now that they're just some bones stacked atop each other. However, their bodies are much more fragile, and a single solid hit can reduce them to pieces. If a skull remains intact, they will pull themselves back up and continue to fight. They've been known to grab the wrong skull at times, but they never seem to mind..." — Hyrule Compendium, Breath of the Wild