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Twilit Ice Mass
Main appearance(s)

Blizzeta is the Boss of Snowpeak Ruins in Twilight Princess.[1] The boss is actually Yeta, who leads Link to the second shard of the Twilight Mirror which she holds. She becomes possessed by the Mirror Shard and screams at Link that he cannot have it.[2] The windows of the bedroom then shatter, letting the snow and ice to pour in, surrounding and encapsulating Yeta.


Midna's Advice

Eee hee hee! See you later!


And she seemed so quiet, too... I guess that's the power of the Mirror of Twilight... Let's get her out of that ice-covered shell and release her from the spell!
(After hitting her with Ball and Chain)

Let's help her out! We need to break more ice each time!

(After the second phase of the battle starts)

Don't get distracted by the columns of ice that keep falling... Avoid the falling ice columns and aim for the last big one that falls!

(After damaging her)

That's the way! Watch the ice columns as they're reflected in the floor and break the biggest one!

Blizzeta has two main forms during the battle. During her first form, she spins around the chamber. The Ball and Chain must be used to chip away at the layers surrounding her until barely anything is left. Afterwards, she encases herself within another ice barrier and rises into the air, summoning huge ice spikes around her, which hover over Link in an attempt to impale him. After they fall, Link can break them with the Ball and Chain, releasing recovery Hearts at times. They can also form a circle around Link in order to trap him for Blizzeta's attack. When she falls, Link can attack her with the Ball and Chain as well. Link can use the reflection on the ice floor to see where Blizzeta and her ice spikes will fall.

By attacking Blizzeta three times, she will be defeated. After the fight, Yeta's husband, Yeto, appears and embraces her, releasing Hearts and a Heart Container.


Blizzeta's name is a portmanteau of "blizzard" and "Yeta."

TMC Forest Minish Artwork.png Names in Other Regions TMC Jabber Nut Sprite.png
Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese 覚醒大氷塊 フリザーニャ (Kakusei Dai Hyoukai Furizānya) Great Awoken Block of Ice: Freezernya
Canada FrenchCA Blizzarnia
French Republic FrenchEU Blizzarnia, masse glacée du Crépuscule Blizzarnia, Frozen Mass of Twilight
Federal Republic of Germany German Rieseneisklotz Matronia Giant Ice Block: Matronia
Italian Republic Italian Blizzeta, l'iceberg del crepuscolo Blizzeta, the Iceberg of Twilight
Republic of Korea Korean 각성대빙괴 프리자니아 (Gakseong Daebinggoe Peurijania) Awakened Giant Ice Mass: Freezania
Spanish-speaking countries Spanish Yeta, Masa Helada de las Sombras Yeta, Icy Mass of the Shadows



  1. Encyclopedia (Dark Horse Books) pg. 167
  2. "Here...mirror. You look at it, uh... Uh... So pretty... Pretty... Uh... So pretty... Pretty... Pretty...mirror... Lovely... NOT TAKE MIRROR!" — Yeta (Twilight Princess)
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