Urbosa, the Gerudo Chief
- This article is about the story scenario from Age of Calamity. For the character which it is named after, see Urbosa.
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"Zelda, along with the rest of the party, sets out for Gerudo Town to ask Urbosa to become a pilot. Along the way, they suddenly come under attack by the Gerudo."
- Victory Condition: Approach Urbosa → Defeat Master Kohga
- Defeat Condition: Link, Zelda, or Impa flees → Link, Zelda, Urbosa, or Impa flees
- Head to Urbosa
- Approach the town from the south
- Head to Urbosa
- Defeat the Yiga Blademasters (3)
- Head for the targeted position
- Defeat the enemies with a loud attack
- Defeat the Yiga Clan with Remote Bombs
- Capture the Outposts (3)
- Defeat Master Kohga
Urbosa, the Gerudo Chief [text]
"The Gerudo lived in a settlement in the Gerudo Desert. Comprised entirely of women, they were a tribe of great might and nobility."
Attack of the Gerudo!
"The party sets out for Gerudo Town to recruit their chief, Urbosa, as a pilot of a Divine Beast. However, they are unexpectedly attacked by the Gerudo. Zelda steels herself and attempts to learn Urbosa's true motives."
Return of the Chief
"With Zelda in peril, the real Urbosa makes her appearance, and the impostor chief is revealed to be Master Kohga of the Yiga Clan. Kohga quickly summons reinforcements to the battle then abruptly leaves them to fight on their own."
Slippery as a Banana Peel!
"Urbosa and the others manage to corner Master Kohga, but they're suddenly confronted by the Yiga Blademaster Sooga. Both Sooga and Kohga disappear, though the conflict with the Yiga Clan appears likely to continue."
"In other to protect both her own desert home and all of Hyrule, Urbosa agrees to become a pilot for a Divine Beast. She also offers words of comfort to Zelda, who is feeling a mounting pressure to fulfill her duty as the days pass."
Plans for the Future
"Master Kohga and Sooga escape to their hideout. Waiting for them there is the mysterious seer Astor, as well as a black Guardian eerily similar to the model that has been accompanying Zelda."
- See also: Age of Calamity Treasure Chests
There are 10 treasure chests found in Urbosa, the Gerudo Chief. 100 Rupees Inside a room just inside Gerudo Town's south entrance. 300 Rupees Northeast corner of the map, Wooden Chest. Opal 5x Amongst the tents at Kara Kara Bazaar toward the Northeast. Soldier's Broadsword Just outside the southeast corner to the south. Soldier's Broadsword Up the stairs after encountering Urbosa. Traveler's Sword In the northwest corner of the map. Ancient Memory Part On the outside of Gerudo Town along the southeastern wall. Ancient Memory Part Along the northwest wall of Gerudo Town, up stairs and inside a room.
- See also: Age of Calamity Koroks
There are 9 Koroks found in Urbosa, the Gerudo Chief. After encountering Urbosa, climb up the stairs and examine the glowing light. At the northeast part of the map, just east of the outpost where Master Kohga is fought. Examine the pinwheel between the cannons. At the southeast portion of the map, blow up the boulder with a Remote Bomb.
- Although it is possible to defeat the Molduga, it is not required. Indeed, Urbosa will say to "Let the Molduga be. Focus on the Yiga Clan." and an objective-style message pops up saying "Avoid fighting with the Molduga." If you ignore this and defeat it regardless, Urbosa will say "You defeated the Molduga? No easy feat." It will also drop five Molduga Fins, useful for quests such as To the Zora Voe and Vai.