Urbosa, the Gerudo Chief

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This article is about the Scenario. For the Narration, see Urbosa, the Gerudo Chief.

Urbosa, the Gerudo Chief

Game Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity
Stage Gerudo Town
Playable Character(s)
Mini-boss(es)
Boss Master Kohga
Completion Reward(s) Urbosa
Victory Conditions
Defeat the Yiga Clan
Defeat Conditions
Link, Zelda or Impa flees
Main Theme Music
Previous ScenarioNext Scenario
Revali, the Rito Warrior[note 1][note 2]The Yiga Clan Attacks!
Map

"Urbosa, the Gerudo Chief" is the fourth Scenario of Chapter 2 and sixth overall in Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity.[1]

Overview

Zelda, Link, and Impa are going to Gerudo Town of the Gerudo to ask Urbosa to pilot Divine Beast Vah Naboris. Zelda believes that Urbosa will accept, as Urbosa was a close friend to Zelda's late mother. However, the Gerudo started attacking Zelda and her group for unknown reasons. This prompted her, Link, and Impa to hurry towards Gerudo Town to find out what was happening.

Once Link defeats the Gerudo Captains in the battle, he and Impa escort Zelda into Gerudo Town, where they seemingly encounter Urbosa in her throne room. Zelda will ask Urbosa why she had ordered an attack on them, where she then responds that she is thwarting Zelda's destiny, referring to her as "Princess Zelda". Unsheathing her weapon, she charges into attack Zelda, only to be struck by lighting, causing her to collapse. Then, the real Urbosa appears from the entrance of the throne room, apologizing to Zelda and referring to her as "little bird". The fake Urbosa then reveals himself to be Master Kohga. Mad at Urbosa, Master Kohga summons a group of Yiga Footsoldiers and Yiga Blademasters to fight, while he retreats from battle.

Due to the sudden appearance of numerous Yiga Clan troops, Urbosa suggests provoking the Molduga in the northern region of the desert in order to draw the attention of the Yiga Clan away. Her strategy is defeating the Yiga Clan with loud attacks, particularly with the usage of Remote Bombs.

Eventually, the Molduga appears, causing the Yiga Clan to quickly vanish in a frightened state. From there, Urbosa recommends avoiding the Molduga but will praise Link, Impa, Zelda, or herself if anyone chooses to defeat the Molduga.

The group will then track down where the Yiga Clan have set up an Outpost, where they will fight Master Kohga. Partway through the battle, Master Kohga will clone himself.

After sustaining damage from the battle, Master Kohga is cornered by Link and Urbosa. Without warning, Sooga appears, armed with his two swords. He attacks Urbosa and retracts, charging in towards both her and Link, who both block the attacks. This causes him to backflip, which he resorts to using a projectile attack that both Link and Urbosa attempt to block with their shields but were knocked backwards from the recoil. Sooga then takes Master Kohga and disappears.

Collectibles

  • 9 Korok Seeds
  • 10 Treasure Chests

Battlefield-Specific Materials

  • Voltfruits
  • Zapshrooms
  • Electric Safflinas
  • Sunshrooms
  • Summerwing Butterflies

Nomenclature

Names in Other Regions
LanguageNamesMeanings
The Kingdom of the Netherlands
Dutch
Urbosa, de Gerudo-matriarch[3]Urbosa, the Gerudo Matriarch
The French Republic
FrenchEU
Urbosa, la chef gerudo[2] 
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Notes

  1. Urbosa, the Gerudo Chief is unlocked after the completion of "Road to the Ancient Lab"
  2. Urbosa, the Gerudo Chief has interchangeable chronology with "Mipha, the Zora Princess", "Daruk, the Goron Hero", and "Revali, the Rito Warrior", but is listed sequentially under the Chapter 2 list of Scenarios.

References

  1. "Urbosa, the Gerudo Chief" — Chapters (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  2. "Urbosa, la chef gerudo" — Chapters (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  3. "Urbosa, de Gerudo-matriarch" — Chapters (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)