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{{quote|As a Rito warrior, I can't rest until my people are safe.|Teba, Breath of the Wild}}
 
{{quote|As a Rito warrior, I can't rest until my people are safe.|Teba, Breath of the Wild}}
  
'''Teba''' is a major character in ''[[The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild|Breath of the Wild]]''. He is a Rito Warrior, and the husband of [[Saki]]. He spends most of his time training his aerial combat at the [[Flight Range]].
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'''Teba''' is a major character in ''[[The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild|Breath of the Wild]]'' and ''[[Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity|Age of Calamity]]''. He is a Rito Warrior, and the husband of [[Saki]].
  
==Role==
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==Appearances==
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===''Breath of the Wild''===
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Teba spends most of his time training his aerial combat at the [[Flight Range]].
  
 
[[Link]] is first informed of Teba by [[Kaneli]], the [[Rito Village]] elder, who advises Link to visit him at the Flight Range if he wants to board the [[Divine Beast Vah Medoh]], since Teba plans on attacking it alone. When the two first meet, Teba is skeptical and doesn't trust Link{{Ref|''[[The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild|Breath of the Wild]]''|Some random Hylian wants to help me bring down Divine Beast Vah Medoh? I'm not buying it.|Teba}}{{Ref|''[[The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild|Breath of the Wild]]''|Just like the elder to trust any fool wandering into town.|Teba}}, and requests Link to prove his abilities through a training exercise which requires Link destroying five targets in the Flight Range, abilities which will be necessary in entering Vah Medoh.  
 
[[Link]] is first informed of Teba by [[Kaneli]], the [[Rito Village]] elder, who advises Link to visit him at the Flight Range if he wants to board the [[Divine Beast Vah Medoh]], since Teba plans on attacking it alone. When the two first meet, Teba is skeptical and doesn't trust Link{{Ref|''[[The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild|Breath of the Wild]]''|Some random Hylian wants to help me bring down Divine Beast Vah Medoh? I'm not buying it.|Teba}}{{Ref|''[[The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild|Breath of the Wild]]''|Just like the elder to trust any fool wandering into town.|Teba}}, and requests Link to prove his abilities through a training exercise which requires Link destroying five targets in the Flight Range, abilities which will be necessary in entering Vah Medoh.  
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Upon successful completion of the training exercise, Teba will carry Link skyward in order for him to utilize [[Bomb Arrow]]s to destroy the cannons defending Vah Medoh. During the battle, Teba takes a devastating hit to his leg; and returns to the Flight Range to recover. At this stage his role in the story has been fulfilled, and Link can enter, and rescue, the Divine Beast Vah Medoh.
 
Upon successful completion of the training exercise, Teba will carry Link skyward in order for him to utilize [[Bomb Arrow]]s to destroy the cannons defending Vah Medoh. During the battle, Teba takes a devastating hit to his leg; and returns to the Flight Range to recover. At this stage his role in the story has been fulfilled, and Link can enter, and rescue, the Divine Beast Vah Medoh.
 
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==Trivia==
 
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Revision as of 19:38, December 30, 2020

Teba
TebaIntro.jpeg

Title

Rito Warrior

Race

Gender

Male

Games

Location

"As a Rito warrior, I can't rest until my people are safe."

— Teba, Breath of the Wild

Teba is a major character in Breath of the Wild and Age of Calamity. He is a Rito Warrior, and the husband of Saki.

Appearances

Breath of the Wild

Teba spends most of his time training his aerial combat at the Flight Range.

Link is first informed of Teba by Kaneli, the Rito Village elder, who advises Link to visit him at the Flight Range if he wants to board the Divine Beast Vah Medoh, since Teba plans on attacking it alone. When the two first meet, Teba is skeptical and doesn't trust Link[1][2], and requests Link to prove his abilities through a training exercise which requires Link destroying five targets in the Flight Range, abilities which will be necessary in entering Vah Medoh.

File:Teba-leg.jpg
Teba's injured leg

Upon successful completion of the training exercise, Teba will carry Link skyward in order for him to utilize Bomb Arrows to destroy the cannons defending Vah Medoh. During the battle, Teba takes a devastating hit to his leg; and returns to the Flight Range to recover. At this stage his role in the story has been fulfilled, and Link can enter, and rescue, the Divine Beast Vah Medoh.

Age of Calamity

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Trivia

  • If during Link's first encounter with Teba he is wearing no armor, Teba will be rather surprised at the sight.[3]

References

  1. "Some random Hylian wants to help me bring down Divine Beast Vah Medoh? I'm not buying it." — Teba, Breath of the Wild
  2. "Just like the elder to trust any fool wandering into town." — Teba, Breath of the Wild
  3. "Huh... It's not every day you see topless Hylians around these parts." — Teba, Breath of the Wild