Vah Rudania

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Vah Rudania is one of the Divine Beasts from Breath of the Wild and Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity. A Sheikah creation for use against Ganon, it was buried when technology was banned, and excavated 10000 years later in the reign of King Rhoam Bosphoramus Hyrule.

Breath of the Wild

See also: Divine Beast Vah Rudania and Divine Beast Vah Rudania (Main Quest)

Princess Zelda offered the role of Goron Champion and pilot of Vah Rudania to Daruk. He accepted  Champion Daruk's Song , although he initially had difficulty piloting it, requiring adjustments  Resolve and Grief . Later, he demonstrated to Link that he was getting better at it  Daruk's Mettle , but had to intervene to protect Link from a falling boulder in the process.

When Calamity Ganon emerged, Daruk rallied the Champions to go to their Divine Beasts  Return of Calamity Ganon , but Fireblight Ganon infected Rudania with Malice and killed Daruk, trapping his spirit there for one hundred years.

In that time, the Beast caused increasing levels of eruptions from Death Mountain. dropping Magma Bombs on the path to Goron City, increasing the temperature to the point of making Eldin inhospitable to non-Gorons, and forcing the abandonment of the Gorons' northern mine & sites on Death Mountain.

Ultimately, the Goron boss Bludo was left to drive Vah Rudania back daily to the Death Mountain Crater with the aid of Yunobo, a descendent of Daruk who inherited Daruk's Protection and could be used as a cannonball for the purposes. When Link was revived, he found that Bludo was having issues with his back and sent Yunobo out to get medicine, and he hadn't returned. Link saved Yunobo after he'd been trapped behind fallen boulders, and the two managed to force the beast back into the crater by firing Yunobo, allowing Link to board Rudania and destroy Fireblight Ganon, freeing Daruk's spirit.  Divine Beast Vah Rudania .

Daruk then took Vah Rudania to the top of Death Mountain and locked onto Hyrule Castle. When Link confronted Calamity Ganon there, he fired, costing the Calamity one-eighth of its maximum health.

Age of Calamity

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