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| game    = ''[[The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword|Skyward Sword]]''
 
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| location = [[Eldin Volcano]]
 
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'''Cobal''' is one of the first [[Mogma]] that [[Link]] encounters in [[Eldin Volcano]]. He is later found nearby the [[Earth Temple (Skyward Sword)|Earth Temple]], where Link overhears a conversation between Cobal and his treasure hunting partner, [[Ledd]], about the broken key required to enter the temple.
 
'''Cobal''' is one of the first [[Mogma]] that [[Link]] encounters in [[Eldin Volcano]]. He is later found nearby the [[Earth Temple (Skyward Sword)|Earth Temple]], where Link overhears a conversation between Cobal and his treasure hunting partner, [[Ledd]], about the broken key required to enter the temple.
  
===Etymology===
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==Etymology==
 
As many Mogmas' names are derived from minerals, it is likely that Cobal comes from the element Cobalt.
 
As many Mogmas' names are derived from minerals, it is likely that Cobal comes from the element Cobalt.
  
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Latest revision as of 17:12, January 21, 2021

Cobal
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Cobal is one of the first Mogma that Link encounters in Eldin Volcano. He is later found nearby the Earth Temple, where Link overhears a conversation between Cobal and his treasure hunting partner, Ledd, about the broken key required to enter the temple.

Etymology

As many Mogmas' names are derived from minerals, it is likely that Cobal comes from the element Cobalt.