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The '''Guardian Scout III''' is an enemy which appears in ''[[The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild|Breath of the Wild]]''.  
 
The '''Guardian Scout III''' is an enemy which appears in ''[[The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild|Breath of the Wild]]''.  
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{{quote|Although originally designed by an ancient civilisation to combat Ganon, these scaled-down Guardians were placed inside shrines as part or the trials. This model is equipped with twin-blade functionality to further test the combat prowess of one undertaking the trials. It takes a nimble fighter to overcome this one.|In-Game Description}}
  
 
They wield a [[Guardian Spear+]], [[Guardian Sword+]], or an [[Ancient Battle Axe+]]. The configuration of these weapons and whether or not they also wield a [[Guardian Shield+]] depends on the instance of this enemy you encounter.
 
They wield a [[Guardian Spear+]], [[Guardian Sword+]], or an [[Ancient Battle Axe+]]. The configuration of these weapons and whether or not they also wield a [[Guardian Shield+]] depends on the instance of this enemy you encounter.
  
 
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The Guardian Scout III is an enemy which appears in Breath of the Wild.

"Although originally designed by an ancient civilisation to combat Ganon, these scaled-down Guardians were placed inside shrines as part or the trials. This model is equipped with twin-blade functionality to further test the combat prowess of one undertaking the trials. It takes a nimble fighter to overcome this one."

— In-Game Description

They wield a Guardian Spear+, Guardian Sword+, or an Ancient Battle Axe+. The configuration of these weapons and whether or not they also wield a Guardian Shield+ depends on the instance of this enemy you encounter.