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somewhat contradictory as he wields a [[ball and chain]], not a hammer, and is not dark in the least, being quite shiny. its attack strategy is very similar to the strategy of [[Ball and Chain Trooper]]s in previous Zelda games.
 
somewhat contradictory as he wields a [[ball and chain]], not a hammer, and is not dark in the least, being quite shiny. its attack strategy is very similar to the strategy of [[Ball and Chain Trooper]]s in previous Zelda games.
 
== Battle ==
 
== Battle ==
Darkhammer appears at first to be a harmless suit of armor on one side of the room, with another suit of armor on the opposite side of the room mirroring it. When Link tries to exit the room, it destroys the other suit of armor, then focuses on Link for battle. Darkhammer fights with a long Ball and Chain. Though most bosses and mini-boss fights take place in large circular rooms, the Darkhammer is faced in a narrow hallway, making his weapon even more effective and very hard to dodge. There are [[Clawshot]] designs on the ceiling, helping Link escape from Darkhammer's attacks. The designs are somewhat token though, as the entire celing can be locked onto by the clawshot. Once Link dodges the Ball and Chain, he can run around Darkhammer and reach its weak spot, the tail protruding from his armor. When defeated it leaves the ball and chain available for Link's taking.
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Darkhammer appears at first to be a harmless suit of armor on one side of the room, with another suit of armor on the opposite side of the room mirroring it. When Link tries to exit the room, it destroys the other suit of armor, then focuses on Link for battle. Darkhammer fights with a long Ball and Chain. Though most bosses and mini-boss fights take place in large circular rooms, the Darkhammer is faced in a narrow hallway, making his weapon even more effective and very hard to dodge. There are [[Clawshot]] designs on the ceiling, helping Link escape from Darkhammer's attacks. The designs are somewhat token though, as the entire celing can be locked onto by the clawshot. Once Link dodges the Ball and Chain, he can run around Darkhammer and reach its weak spot, the tail protruding from his armor. When defeated it leaves the ball and chain available for Link's taking. Darkhammer is actually a dark interloper, but most people do not know this
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=== Video ===
 
=== Video ===

Revision as of 08:37, August 13, 2009

Darkhammer is the mini-boss of the Snowpeak Ruins, the fifth dungeon in The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess. A massive Lizalfos clad in heavy armor, it wields a Ball and Chain. His name seems somewhat contradictory as he wields a ball and chain, not a hammer, and is not dark in the least, being quite shiny. its attack strategy is very similar to the strategy of Ball and Chain Troopers in previous Zelda games.

Battle

Darkhammer appears at first to be a harmless suit of armor on one side of the room, with another suit of armor on the opposite side of the room mirroring it. When Link tries to exit the room, it destroys the other suit of armor, then focuses on Link for battle. Darkhammer fights with a long Ball and Chain. Though most bosses and mini-boss fights take place in large circular rooms, the Darkhammer is faced in a narrow hallway, making his weapon even more effective and very hard to dodge. There are Clawshot designs on the ceiling, helping Link escape from Darkhammer's attacks. The designs are somewhat token though, as the entire celing can be locked onto by the clawshot. Once Link dodges the Ball and Chain, he can run around Darkhammer and reach its weak spot, the tail protruding from his armor. When defeated it leaves the ball and chain available for Link's taking. Darkhammer is actually a dark interloper, but most people do not know this


Video

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