Mipha, the Zora Princess

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Mipha, the Zora Princess

Game Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity
Stage Zora's Domain
Playable Character(s)
Mini-boss(es)
Boss Lynel
Completion Reward(s)
Victory Conditions
  • Locate Sidon
  • Rescue the injured Zora Captains
  • Defeat the Electric Moblin
  • Defeat the monsters attacking Zora's Domain!
  • Head for Polymus mountain!
  • Defeat the Lynel
Defeat Conditions
  • Link flees
  • Mipha flees
  • Zelda flees
Main Theme Music
Previous ScenarioNext Scenario
Road to the Ancient LabDaruk, the Goron Hero[note 1]
Map

"Mipha, the Zora Princess" is the first Scenario of Chapter 2 and third overall in Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity.[1]

Overview

The Scenario begins with a cutscene where Zelda asks King Dorephan, the father of Mipha, for permission to recruit Mipha to pilot Divine Beast Vah Ruta. King Dorephan refuses, stating that it is too dangerous. The conversation is interrupted by a Zora Soldier reporting that Mipha's younger brother Sidon has gone missing, and that a horde of monsters is invading Zora's Domain.

After Mipha works with Link, Impa, and Zelda to drive back the monsters, another Zora Soldier discovers that Sidon had previously gone to Ploymus Mountain.

Once Mipha and the others go to Ploymus Mountain, they encounter a Lynel confronting Sidon. The group engages the Lynel and eventually causes it to flee.

The group then sees an even larger wave of monsters attacking Zora's Domain. The Diminutive Guardian activates Vah Ruta through the Sheikah Slate. Mipha then pilots the Divine Beast to destroy the incoming monsters.

Once all the monsters are killed, King Dorephan reluctantly grants permission for his daughter to pilot Vah Ruta, in exchange for a promise from Mipha herself that she will return safely.

Collectibles

Battlefield-Specific Materials

Nomenclature

Names in Other Regions
LanguageNamesMeanings
The Kingdom of the Netherlands
Dutch
Mipha, de Zora-prinses[3]Same as English
The French Republic
FrenchEU
Mipha, la princesse zora[2] 
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Notes

  1. "Mipha, the Zora Princess" is listed sequentially under the Chapter 2 list of Scenarios, but is chronologically interchangeable with "Revali, the Rito Warrior", "Daruk, the Goron Hero", and "Urbosa, the Gerudo Chief"

References

  1. "Mipha, the Zora Princess" — Chapters (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  2. "Mipha, la princesse zora" — Chapters (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  3. "Mipha, de Zora-prinses" — Chapters (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)