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Mipha is a recurring character in The Legend of Zelda series.[9]

Personality

Although usually demure and introverted, Mipha can be courageous when needed and does whatever she can to assist Link and her allies in any way she can, especially in their battle to stop the Calamity Ganon's return.

Mipha is known to be extremely kind, treating both her people and strangers with equal kindness. Her cutscene in the Champion’s Ballad shows that she was a nurturing elder sister to Sidon.

Mipha is also known to be in love with Link, promising to heal him whenever and no matter how bad the wound may be. She shyly tells him that after the Great Calamity was dealt with, she wants to spend time with him, like they did in their childhood.

Biography

Breath of the Wild

Mipha is the Princess of the Zora, a friend of Link, and one of the Champions. She is described as being introverted and has a gift for healing. Mipha was in love with Link and made him Zora Armor before her death during the Great Calamity.[10][11][12] Link later receives the armor from Mipha's father, King Dorephan.[13][14]

Mipha was a skilled spearwoman and owned a weapon known as the Lightscale Trident.[15] A replica of the Lightscale Trident called the ceremonial trident,[16] is used in the Zora’s Champion Festival. Muzu was Mipha’s teacher and cared for her greatly.[17][18]

During the EX The Champions' Ballad Champion Mipha's Song Recovered Memory, Mipha stands at the Veiled Falls with Princess Zelda and inquires of the other Champions. Zelda gives their names but is unable to bring herself to say Link's name, but Mipha already knew whom she is talking about and sees Sidon at the bottom of the waterfall and calls for him to swim up here. Zelda tells her that Sidon might be too young to do this. Mipha insists that one day she would leave him so she can face her fate with Ruta before taking a graceful leap and surfs along the falls on her way down. She then tells Sidon to join her so they can get a feel for it and has him hold on to her as she swims up the waterfall. Sidon was unnerved at first, but he managed to hold on and feel the thrill of water climbing. Upon reaching the top, Mipha tells him that if fate were to separate them, he would take her place in protecting Zora's Domain with his life. She believes in him and asks if he wants to go again, which he responds with a grin making his sister laugh as Zelda looks on.

During The Champions' Ballad, Mipha, alongside Link, Daruk, Revali, and Urbosa attend the Champion inauguration ceremony where they were given blue cloths to signify their status and officially dubbed as Champions of Hyrule. Later, Mipha is at the gazebo with everyone else where Revali takes notice of Zelda's Sheikah Slate and pries it from her hands to examine it. The princess explains its uses while there are secrets that are yet to be revealed, and he passes it to Mipha to let her have a look. Once Urbosa mentions that it can take still images, Mipha is immediately fascinated and asks Zelda for a favor. Shortly after, Purah has the Champions gathered on one spot where she tells them to get into position until it was good enough. Just as she took the photo though, Daruk suddenly pulls everyone in at the last second, and the photo ended up with hilarious results.

During Link's 1st Recovered Memory, "Subdued Ceremony", Mipha is attending Link's personal ceremony at the Sacred Grounds with the other Champions, Daruk, Revali, and Urbosa and seems to be disappointed by Zelda's depressing speech and she even glares at Revali when he goes on a rant at Daruk for suggesting this ritual, though Revali does not notice her giving him this look.

During Link's 10th Recovered Memory, "Mipha's Touch", it is revealed that Mipha and Link were childhood friends. Mipha and Link are shown sitting on Vah Ruta's trunk, as Mipha heals a wound on Link's arm. She remarks that this reminds her of when they first met.[19] She describes Link as having been a reckless boy, injuring himself at every turn, and that she would always heal him.[20] The Zora comments that since he was a Hylian, Link seemed to grow up much faster than she.[21] Mipha then changes the subject, asking what could be done if Calamity Ganon truly returned, since they do not know much about the oncoming dangers.[22] Mipha assures Link that no matter how difficult the battle is, or how severe his wounds, she is willing to heal and protect him.[23] Shyly, Mipha says that perhaps when it is all over, they can spend time together as in their younger days.[24]

During Link's 15th Recovered Memory, "Return of Calamity Ganon" she is dismayed when she learns from the returning Zelda that not even the training at the Spring of Wisdom had done anything to bring forth her sealing power, she had been seeking all her life so Ganon can be properly sealed again. Mipha attempts to console Zelda and provide some advice to her,[25] but she never got to finish when they are startled by the earth shaking and Revali flies up to see what happened and when she asks if they're is sure that it was Ganon[26] and Revali, having already saw Ganon surround Hyrule Castle, confirms to her, stating he is positive.[27] Daruk takes control of the situation and orders everyone to their places and Zelda refuses to take refuge and insists that she must do something, regardless of she has her power or not.

During the Great Calamity, Mipha succumbed to the Scourge of Divine Beast Vah Ruta, Waterblight Ganon, which then possessed the Divine Beast. After Link defeats Waterblight Ganon and frees Ruta, Mipha greets the hero, stating that because of his courage she and Vah Ruta are now free.[28] She thanks Link for this freedom, for they can be together again.[29] Mipha explains that, as a spirit, her ability to heal would be wasted on her.[30] The Zora Champion then gives Link her healing power, known as Mipha's Grace.[31] Mipha tells the hero that the day before, she had almost given up hope of being freed, accepting that she may remain trapped within Vah Ruta for eternity.[32] She then reveals that she doesn't need to worry about that anymore and had hoped all this time to see Link once more.[33] Mipha tells Link not to hesitate when her power is needed,[34] as knowing this will put her spirit at rest.[35] Mipha urges Link to save Princess Zelda as he is sent away from Vah Ruta.[36] After Vah Ruta unleashes its strike on Calamity Ganon, Mipha wonders how her father is, wishing that she could see him once more.[37]

She is succeeded by her younger brother Sidon.

Mipha’s father, King Dorephan, gives Link Mipha's Lightscale Trident after freeing Vah Ruta as a sign of gratitude from the Zora.[38]

When Link reaches the Sanctum of Hyrule Castle where Calamity Ganon was imprisoned, Zelda's seal finally breaks, and Calamity Ganon is freed once more. Mipha, along with the other Champions notice this and take immediate action by opening fire upon the beast,[39] weakening it significantly and Link is left to battle it in all of its forms.

After Calamity Ganon's defeat, Mipha can be seen on top of Hyrule Castle with the other Champions' spirits and King Rhoam, silently bidding Link and the newly freed Princess Zelda farewell before they take their leave from the mortal world.

Other Appearances

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

Mipha — Spirit Battle Information

SSBU Mipha Spirit Icon.png
Mipha
SSBU Support Spirit Icon.png Support Spirit
No. 239
Team Power SSBU Shield Type Icon.png Shield | 3900 Rank ★★ ADVANCED Fighter(s)
Stage Great Bay (Battlefield) Theme "Main Theme - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild" SSBU Inkling Stock Icon 5.png Inkling
Rule(s) Hazard(s)
Condition(s)
 · Stamina battle Triforce piece.png
 · The enemy heals over time Triforce piece.png

Mipha — Spirit Information

SSBU Mipha Spirit Icon.png

Mipha
No. 239
Rank ★★ ADVANCED Cost
Skill
Critical-Health Stats 🠅
Slightly increases attack, defense, and move speed for a while when badly damaged.

In Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Mipha appears as a Spirit with the ability, Critical-Health Stats Up, which raises a Fighters speed, defense, and attack when the Fighter is at high damage.

Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity

After Terrako travels back in time to warn Link, Princess Zelda, and the Champions about what is to come, the princess goes to recruit four Champions to pilot the Divine Beasts.

In Mipha, the Zora Princess Scenario, upon visiting Zora's Domain, Zelda speaks to King Dorephan and requests for Mipha's assistance in piloting Divine Beast Vah Ruta, but the king doesn't want to have his daughter put in danger in any way and politely turns down her request; meanwhile, Mipha and Link meet again and engages in a short conversation with him[40] and she sees Terrako and takes an immediate liking to it,[41] before a Zora Captain warns them of an attack by monsters and Mipha asks about her father[42] notices that Prince Sidon is nowhere to be found, a worried Mipha heads out to search for him.[43] The situation becomes worse when an army of electrical foes attack and Mipha is repeatedly cautioned about engaging with them as the Zora are extremely vulnerable to electricity making the safety of Sidon and Zora's Domain her top priority. Despite this fact, Mipha refuses to back down from the fight and suspects that Sidon likely headed for the forbidden Ploymus Rock which is infamous for its presence of the dreaded red-maned Lynel that's known for wielding Shock Arrows. After defending the outposts and their captains, Mipha enters Ploymus Rock and notices Sidon pointing a Zora Spear at a Lynel and she manages to drive it off. Mipha reunites with Sidon and lightly scolds him for wandering off and scaring everyone with his absence,[44] but she does praise his bravery and expresses pride for it.[45] She is soon horrified that the monsters have brought in reinforcements and she looks at Princess Zelda's Sheikah Slate which showed an image of a strange mechanical elephant.[46] King Dorephan battles a large number of foes to keep them out of the Domain and was about to be killed by an Electric Moblin when a blue laser blasts it away. King Dorephan looks in awe[47] as it was none other than Mipha aboard Vah Ruta who was responsible for it and she used it to obliterate the majority of the monsters that stood in her way. After the dust clears, Mipha and the rest of Link's party are at the throne room where King Dorephan notes how bad things are getting and they weren't prepared for the earlier battle. He then asks Mipha to attend which she complies.[48] He permits Mipha to become the Zora Champion who will pilot Divine Beast Vah Ruta after witnessing her prowess with it, but he adds that she must promise to return home safely, since Sidon is still young and he needs his sister to be there for him.

In The Yiga Clan Attacks! Scenario, once the Champions are recruited, she joins with Princess Zelda as she journeys through downtown to calibrate the Divine Beasts to make it easier for the Champions to control. Mipha converses with Daruk and inquires his help with her training to better handle tougher foes[49] which Daruk happily agrees to do so, but he adds that they still need a knight worthy enough to seal the darkness, which Mipha agreed,[50] and upon seeing Link upfront, he chuckles a bit implying that he possibly knows of her crush on the Hylian knight. They are soon interrupted by an ambush by the Yiga Clan led by Sooga and she takes a fighting stance with everyone else. Sooga is able to get Princess Zelda out in the open with the diversion and attempts to assassinate her single-handedly only to be deflected by Link and the Yiga Clan retreat for a time.

In Freeing Korok Forest Scenario, she would then join the Champions on their way to Korok Forest where Revali would utilize Divine Beast Vah Medoh to take out all of the outposts and gigantic monsters that surrounded it before letting know that it's safe to pass. During their expedition, Mipha noticed how foggy it was[51] and Revali believes that they are going in circles and briefly bickers with Daruk before Urbosa assures them that getting lost isn't the problem but the possibility of an ambush. They soon meet with the music loving Hestu who tried to get their attention the whole time. He expresses some worry about the roaming monsters there and Revali remarks that he can get past safely if he did not have his maracas with him, but Urbosa offers to protect Hestu in exchange for his help in getting to the forest clearing. As they traverse the forest, they encounter odd appearances of Malice and Astor's creations made by the substance that resemble the four pilots called Hollows. After Link used the Master Sword's light to protect Zelda from facing death by those Hollows and forcing the mysterious seer into withdrawal, Mipha and the Champions listen to the Great Deku Tree's words and tells the princess not to worry too much about her dormant power and that it will eventually come. These recent events where Link succeeded at something she didn't, led the princess to worry about her duties even more than she did previously.

In The Road Home, Besieged Scenario, on their way back to Hyrule Castle, Mipha stops as she sees the princess stricken with worry until Terrako plays her lullaby to ease her mind before they are alerted to an ambush along the way. When the dust clears, Mipha and the Champions are promoted and granted the blue cloths to signify their status and the Zora Princess swaps out her royal Zora sash and some of her silver jewelery with the new blue sash with Divine Beast Vah Ruta's emblem embedded on it. After the ceremony, the Champions hang out outside where Impa and Terrako have a fight with each other as Mipha reminds Daruk of their earlier discussion,[52] which Daruk agrees to get on with it. Grateful, Mipha and almost blurts out that she wished to be stronger to fight alongside Link,[53] which caught the attention of the Hylian who approaches her, leading Mipha to become defensive and tries to explain herself[54] but was interrupted by the scuffle between Impa and Terrako that soon catches Revali in the middle to the point where he left the area enraged by their behavior. After that, Mipha and the Champions head home to prepare for the worst. Upon learning that Calamity Ganon is returning on Zelda's 17th birthday, King Rhoam has the soldiers stationed at Akkala Citadel and Fort Hateno and the civilians evacuated to keep the number of casualties down. Both strongholds are vital for Hyrule's survival and the fall of any of them would guarantee the fall of the kingdom.

In Calamity Strikes Scenario, Mipha was at Lanayru Tower where she witnessed Calamity Ganon having returned after being dormant for 10,000 years straight[55] and the Sheikah Towers are being shut down across Hyrule as Mipha had no choice but to board Ruta to launch a counterstrike. Link and Princess Zelda had their journey to the Spring of Wisdom postponed due to this and rushed back to save the latter's father, but they are forced to flee as Rhoam orders them to as he is surrounded by the now corrupted Guardians where he meets his supposed doom. As Zelda breaks down over everything going wrong, her tears fell on Terrako's center screw and it summoned time portals leading Impa to believe that not all hope is lost and there is still time to save the Champions.

In Water and Fire Scenario, Mipha engages in battle with Waterblight Ganon where the water is all but frozen and the Zora Princess at its mercy.[56] It soon charges at her with the Cryonic formations and an ice flail and Mipha braces for her end, but before she could be killed, a time portal arrives, bringing forth an adult Prince Sidon from the future and shatters the ammunition, refusing to lose his sister again,[57] much to Mipha's surprise as the Sidon she knew is a child.[58] The demon proved to be too strong for the both of them, but Mipha approaches it,[59] despite Sidon's protests.[60] Regardless, Sidon's support to Mipha provides enough time for help to arrive[61] and after Link and the group dispose of Waterblight Ganon, Mipha is too fatigued to continue fighting but with Waterblight Ganon gone it was safe for her to stay behind while Sidon joins Link in assisting Daruk. By destroying the Igneo Talus, Ruta uses its trunk to spray water to cool the lava flow. After Daruk is safe thanks to Yunobo, Mipha recovers her lost strength to join them on Rudania, where she questions the adult Sidon if she was her brother.[62] Sidon confirms so,[63] but he adds that he came from the future[64] and saw her in battle, so he came for her.[65] Daruk laughs it off before turning his attention to Princess Zelda where his tone turns serious as he asks about the fate of Hyrule Castle.

In Relentless as a Waterfall Scenario, Mipha and Sidon are out to assist the soldiers at Akkala Citadel where they are having a tough battle.[66] and upon backing them up, Sidon informs that they'll cover them,[67] Mipha promises that she'll do what she can.[68] Mipha expresses how proud she is at how Sidon has become after a hundred years.[69] Sidon adds that they will succeed before looking away,[70] thinking of the Mipha of his own timeline, the one whom he had lost.[71] Mipha then shifts his focus on the battle, asking if he is ready.[72] Sidon confirms so as they join their tridents.[73] Sidon was granted control over Ruta as Mipha heals the wounds on the Hylian Soldiers to get them back into battle up until Daruk and Yunobo arrive to back them up until the bridge to the citadel was destroyed to prevent the Malice Guardians from accessing it.

In Each Step Like Thunder Scenario, after successfully defending the citadel, Mipha backs up Urbosa with Daruk and Revali with their Divine Beasts when they were outnumbered. Several events occur, Princess Zelda awakens to save Link from Astor and the recreated Phantoms, which the prophet of doom had reaped the souls of the Yiga Clan as a sign of betrayal, resulting in Master Kohga and the surviving Yiga Clan soldiers (minus Sooga, whose fate is uncertain) to put aside their differences and join forces with the Hyrulean Army, and Purah creates and activates a failsafe that disable the corrupted Guardians that make up Ganon's main army, turning the tides in Hyrule's favor, and Zelda's father is revealed to be alive at the Great Plateau in The Great Plateau Scenerio, thanks to the device that was given to him by Zelda, revealed to be an Ancient Guardian Shield to deflect their lasers.

In All Hyrule United Scenario, Mipha, Sidon, and Ruta are later summoned by Purah, who restored and supercharged the Sheikah Towers, with the other Champions, present and future, their Divine Beasts, and the armies of all races across Hyrule, uniting them all and Mipha is relieved that everything is going great.[74][75] With her father's approval, Zelda takes command of the united army and battles the remaining monsters and once Ganon's raised barrier is brought down, Mipha opens fire with the rest of the Champions to weaken Ganon,[76][77][78][79] but then the Blood Moon rises raising Ganon's power to revive the fallen monsters, but despite this, the Hyruleans persevere as the Champion Pilots leave their Divine Beasts.

In The Future of Hyrule Scenario, Zelda leads the ground forces as Revali and Teba lead the Rito army from the air as they charge into Hyrule Castle to confront Astor and Harbinger Ganon, who was responsible for the earlier attacks against them long before the Great Calamity. The Phantom Ganons were also present but were ultimately destroyed for good as they confront Astor and the Harbinger and managed to defeat both of them. Astor finally loses all composure and orders Ganon to kill the heroes, but he is soon absorbed by Calamity Ganon's Malice to take on a new powerful form and Terrako becomes corrupted by the Malice in the process forcing Link and Zelda to fight it. Once it's sufficiently damaged, Mipha and the other warriors mourn its current state and Zelda becomes determined to ensure Calamity Ganon's fall as they rush upstairs to the Sanctum where Ganon awaited them. Because he reincarnated successfully, none of the heroes' attacks did anything to make it wince even to the slightest and Zelda resorted to an attempt to seal it away with her power, which helps Terrako regain its strength and uses the last of it to jump in between her and Ganon, destroying itself to shatter Ganon's invincibility. This became personal for Zelda and the heroes managed to weaken it enough for Link to cleave Ganon with the sword that seals the darkness and Zelda, with some effort, successfully sealing Ganon away forever restoring peace to Hyrule. With their purposes fulfiled, Terrako's screw used the last of its power to return Sidon, Yunobo, Teba, and Riju to their own timelines, and Mipha and Sidon give their heartfelt good-bye[80][81] as Princess Zelda thanks them dearly for what they have done to preserve the now bright future of Hyrule as the future Champions are returned to their own time. The princess wishes that light will shine on their futures clutching Terrako's screw tightly.

In the Terrako's Return Quest, to repay Terrako for all the miracles it had given them, Mipha and all the warriors that participated in the battle gather fifty of Terrako's components and brought them to the Hyrule's Royal Lab where Purah and Robbie add the finishing touches. Terrako remains dormant much to their concern and Mipha wondered if they are missing something[82] and Revali tells them that it's still waking up, which Impa agrees to and attempts to wake it up herself and Zelda stops her and steps in front of it and after a minute, Terrako began to respond, much to the relief and joy of Mipha and the others as Terrako is reunited with Zelda. During the end credits following these events, Terrako visits its friends across Hyrule and visits Zora's Domain to greet Mipha, who pets it hello as it passes by. Mipha is seen with her friends as she joins in the group hug with the main members as the other warriors look on.

In the Guardian of Remembrance DLC, EX Battle of Goponga Village, Mipha and Sidon assist in defending Goponga Village to protect the residents there. Sidon instructs the able-bodied soldiers on their next mission[83] and Mipha begins healing the wounds of one of the Zora soldiers[84] when she saw her adult brother battle the more Moblins and an Electric Moblin is headed for her.[85] She then sees her infant brother stepping between her and the Moblin[86] and pleads with him to turn tail before he is hurt or killed,[87] but luckily, the adult Sidon manages to kill the monster before either Mipha or his younger self are harmed. He checks on his infant self to make sure he is okay[88] and Mipha expresses relief that both Sidons are unscathed[89] but then asked her younger brother what he was doing here.[90] Adult Sidon suspects that his infant self wanted to be brave and help them[91] and while he gives a small lecture, he still praises him.[92] He encourages the youngster to become strong enough to protect his older sister,[93] briefly trailing off at the thought over not being able to protect the Mipha in his own timeline despite being young himself at the time, before they both flash their trademark grins as Mipha laughs.

During the DLC end credits, as the adult Sidon bonds with his younger self and Mipha approaches them and pats both of them on their heads as they once again grin. Mipha is with the rest of the Champions from both the present and future talking among themselves and smile at Terrako. Later, Mipha and the Champion Pilots are at the Sheikah Tower, each back into their original attire as they watch Princess Zelda float away on a paraglider with Terrako, enjoying the beautiful sight as they go and thinking of what they have accomplished in preserving Hyrule's natural beauty and notes that all of their efforts in saving the kingdom are well worth fighting for.

As a playable Warrior, Mipha wields a spear in combat and attacks with fast, multi-hitting combo attacks mixed with Water magic. Her Unique Action allows her to form a geyser and warp to it while jumping in the air, giving her an aerial advantage and hitting her opponent's Weak Point. She can also warp to Water constructs created by her Strong Attacks. Her Enhanced Ability grants her a shockwave whenever she emerges from a geyser or construct. Her Special Attack uniquely heals herself as well as nearby allies, making her especially useful in missions where healing items are disabled or cannot drop.

Trivia

  • An amiibo based on Mipha released on November 10 2017. This amiibo is compatible with Breath of the Wild's DLC packs.[94]

Nomenclature

Like most Zora in Breath of the Wild, Mipha's name is a musical reference. Her name seems to come from western solfège, "Do Re Mi Fa Sol La Ti Do." This also happens to be the two main notes of her music theme, or how it starts out.

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United KingdomEnglishBRMipha (BotW)
JapanJapaneseミファー (Mifā) (BotW)
NetherlandsDutchMipha (BotW)
CanadaFrenchCAMipha (BotW)
FranceFrenchEUMipha (BotW | HWAoC)[95]
GermanyGermanMipha (BotW)
ItalyItalianMipha (BotW)
RussiaRussianМифа (Mifa) (BotW)
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References

  1. "Please accept... Mipha's Grace." — Mipha (Breath of the Wild)
  2. "Princess Mipha fell to Calamity Ganon... 100 years ago." — Bazz (Breath of the Wild)
  3. "Lady Mipha is the princess of the Zora and Price Sidon's elder sister." — Rivan (Breath of the Wild)
  4. "Mipha
    Zora Champion
    " — N/A (Breath of the Wild)
  5. "Ah! Wandering around here and listening to anecdotes about Champion Mipha has truly invigorated me." — Kass (Breath of the Wild)
  6. "Mipha, the Zora Princess" — Chapters (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  7. "Mipha
    Zora Wellspring
    " — N/A (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  8. "The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild (Video Game)
    Mipha (Japanese version, voice)"
    — n.a., Mayu Isshiki - IMDb, IMDb, published n.d., retrieved September 29, 2018.
  9. "Mipha" — Nintendo, ゼルダの伝説 ブレス オブ ザ ワイルド | Nintendo, Official Japanese Site, published February 20, 2017, retrieved February 20, 2017.
  10. "He who stands here...the man called Link...is the one whom my sister, Mipha, had feelings for." — Sidon (Breath of the Wild)
  11. "Countless generations of Zora princesses have gifted that armor to the one they have sworn to marry! Princess Mipha made that one there with her own hands! It is far too important to entrust to a shady Hylian!" — Muzu (Breath of the Wild)
  12. "Hmph. I never would have imagined she would make that special armor for one such as he..." — Muzu (Breath of the Wild)
  13. "Now then, allow me to offer you this gift as a show of faith." — King Dorephan (Breath of the Wild)
  14. "So long as you wear this, you can ascend waterfalls just like a Zora." — King Dorephan (Breath of the Wild)
  15. "A spear of peerless grace cherished by the Zora Champion Mipha. Although Mipha specialized in healing abilities, her spearmanship was in a class all its own." — N/A (Breath of the Wild)
  16. "Ceremonial Trident: A spear modeled after the Lightscale Trident wielded by the Zora Champion Mipha. They may be identical in appearance, but this spear's strength and durability are inferior." — N/A (Breath of the Wild)
  17. "You must understand... He was in charge of educating my dear daughter, Mipha." — King Dorephan (Breath of the Wild)
  18. "Naturally, she means a lot to him...just as she means the world to us." — King Dorephan (Breath of the Wild)
  19. "I was thinking... this reminds me of the time we first met." — Mipha (Breath of the Wild)
  20. "You were just a reckless child... always getting yourself hurt at every turn. Every time, I would heal you. Just as I am doing right now." — Mipha (Breath of the Wild)
  21. "I thought it was funny how, being a Hylian, you looked grown-up so much faster than I did." — Mipha (Breath of the Wild)
  22. "So if this Calamity Ganon does, in fact, return, what can we really do? We just don't seen to know much about what we'll be up against." — Mipha (Breath of the Wild)
  23. "But know this: that no matter how difficult this battle might get...If you-if anyone ever tries to do you harm... Then I will heal you. No matter when, or how bad the wound... I hope you know... that I will always protect you." — Mipha (Breath of the Wild)
  24. "Once this whole thing is over... maybe things can go back to how they used to be when we were young. You know... perhaps we could spend some time together." — Mipha (Breath of the Wild)
  25. "If I may... I thought you... Well, I'm not sure how to put this into words... I'm actually quite embarrassed to say it. But I was thinking about what I do when I'm healing. You know, what usually goes through my mind... It helps when I think—when I think about—" — Mipha (Breath of the Wild)
  26. "Are you sure?" — Mipha (Breath of the Wild)
  27. "Positive." — Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  28. "Hello, Link. Because of your courage, my spirit is now free. And Ruta, as well..." — Mipha (Breath of the Wild)
  29. "Thank you. For I am now allowed by this freedom... to be with you once again." — Mipha (Breath of the Wild)
  30. "Since I am now a spirit, my healing power would be wasted on me. I have no need of it." — Mipha (Breath of the Wild)
  31. "So therefore... I would like you to have it. Please accept... Mipha's Grace." — Mipha (Breath of the Wild)
  32. "Yesterday, I was awash in a pool of tears. I had nearly given up hope and resigned myself to being trapped here, as a spirit, for the rest of eternity." — Mipha (Breath of the Wild)
  33. "But now you're here. All this time, my hope... was too see you once more." — Mipha (Breath of the Wild)
  34. "Promise me that you will not hesitate to call upon my power if you ever find yourself in need." — Mipha (Breath of the Wild)
  35. "Knowing that... will let my spirit rest in peace." — Mipha (Breath of the Wild)
  36. "Save her, Link. Save the princess... Save Princess Zelda..." — Mipha (Breath of the Wild)
  37. "Father, are you well, I wonder... I wish I could see you again... Even just once more..." — Mipha (Breath of the Wild)
  38. "By the way, Link. I see you are without your trusty blade... the sword that seals the darkness... Link, all of the Zora thank you from the depths of our hearts for your heroic and selfless work!..." — King Dorephan (Breath of the Wild)
  39. "This will be our final opportunity. We will NOT FAIL!" — Mipha (Breath of the Wild)
  40. "Well, Link. You've grown since I last seen you. And yet... you have not changed." — Mipha (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  41. "This creature is a... Guardian? How cute!" — Mipha (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  42. "What of my father?" — Mipha (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  43. "Sidon is missing?! ... We will find Sidon. You must watch over the domain." — Mipha (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  44. "Sidon! Why would you try to fight that beast alone? I was so worried about you!" — Mipha (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  45. "But still, I am proud. What a brave little brother I have." — Mipha (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  46. "Oh no..." — Mipha (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  47. "Could it be?" — King Dorephan (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  48. "Yes, Father." — Mipha (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  49. "Daruk, I have a request. Might I... join you for training next time? I would like to be fully prepared. Learning new ways to fight foes might do me some good." — Mipha (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  50. "Y-yes" — Mipha (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  51. "This is quite the fog..." — Mipha (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  52. "So, Daruk... About what we discussed..." — Mipha (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  53. "Thank you. I hope to become stronger so I can fight... alongside..." — Mipha (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  54. "Oh! No, I-I was just um... Ah..." — Mipha (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  55. "The Calamity is here?" — Mipha (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  56. "So, this is how it ends?" — Mipha (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  57. "NO! I will not allow you to take her again!" — Sidon (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  58. "Sidon?" — Mipha (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  59. "Such strength..." — Mipha (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  60. "Sister! Please, don't!" — Sidon (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  61. "Oh! You've come at last!" — Sidon (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  62. "Sidon... It's all so mysterious. Is it truly you, my brother?" — Mipha (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  63. "Yes, it is yours truly!" — Sidon (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  64. "I... know this is hard to swallow, but I journeyed here from the future." — Sidon (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  65. "When it happened, I could faintly hear a voice calling to me. As I searched for who it was, I suddenly saw my dear sister under attack. My only thought was that I had to help her. Next thing I knew, I was inside Vah Ruta." — Sidon (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  66. "Here we go!" — Mipha and Sidon (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  67. "We shall cover the perimeter!" — Sidon (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  68. "And we'll join you as soon as we can!" — Mipha (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  69. "Right. Sidon it's an honor to fight beside you. I'm proud of the Zora you've become. Remember that." — Mipha (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  70. "Sister. We can do this." — Sidon (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  71. "I will..." — Sidon (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  72. "Now it's time to focus on the fight ahead. You're ready for this, right?" — Mipha (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  73. "Of course, Sister!" — Sidon (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  74. "Thank goodness. It looks like it went well." — Mipha (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  75. "All that is left to do is to join up and destroy Ganon!" — Sidon (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  76. "C'mon!" — Daruk (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  77. "Take this!" — Revali (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  78. "Here it comes!" — Urbosa (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  79. "We must!" — Mipha (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  80. "I know... that we'll meet again, dear brother." — Mipha (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  81. "Yes. You're my beloved sister... and our hearts will never be apart." — Sidon (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  82. "Was there something we didn't do?" — Mipha (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  83. "Our injuries are being tended to. Onto the next task." — Sidon (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  84. "Thank you for your efforts. I'm going to heal you now..." — Mipha (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  85. "Still more monsters!" — Mipha (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  86. "Sidon!" — Mipha (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  87. "Sidon! Please no! You must run!" — Mipha (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  88. "Are you unharmed?" — Sidon (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  89. "I'm so glad you're OK! Thank you so much. Both of you." — Mipha (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  90. "But what... what are you doing here?" — Mipha (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  91. "You wanted to help us. Isn't that so?" — Sidon (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  92. "You can't just sneak off like that. However... I was able to save your sister because you were so brave. Great job!" — Sidon (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  93. "And you'll only get stronger! Strong enough to... To protect your dear sister!" — Sidon (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  94. "You will be able to use these four amiibo in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Of course you'll be able to use these in the DLC packs you just saw." — Eiji Aonuma, Nintendo Spotlight: E3 2017, Youtube, published June 13, 2017, retrieved June 13, 2017.
  95. "Mipha" — Gallery (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
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