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Mipha's Grace,[1] also known as the Power of Mipha,[2] and Mipha's Power,[3] is a Key Item and an ability in Breath of the Wild.

Location and Uses

Link receives Mipha's Grace from the spirit of the Zora Champion Mipha after defeating Waterblight Ganon and calming the Divine Beast Vah Ruta. Mipha's Grace protects Link from death and recovers his health, activating only when he loses all of his hearts, similarly to using a fairy. The blessing will heal him back to full health and also grant him five extra temporary hearts. It takes priority over any fairies that Link has in his inventory.

Mipha's Grace can only be used once before recharging and cannot be used again for 24 real-time minutes. While in Hyrule Castle, Mipha's Grace instead takes eight minutes to recharge. After being upgraded to Mipha's Grace +, its normal recharge time is reduced to eight minutes and its recharge time inside Hyrule Castle is reduced to two minutes and forty seconds. Like all Champion blessings in Breath of the Wild, it can be disabled from the Key Items inventory.

Mipha is seen using this ability in Link's tenth Recovered Memory "Mipha's Touch" where she is sitting beside Link, tending to a wound on his arm that he received in one of his battles.


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See Also


  1. "Mipha's Grace
    A restorative power born from the spirit of the Champion Mipha. When your hearts run out, you'll automatically be resurrected with full health plus temporary bonus hearts.
    " — Inventory (Breath of the Wild)
  2. "So, you've gained the Power of Mipha." — Impa (Breath of the Wild)
  3. "Mipha's power is that of healing. It will aid you when your strength has been exhausted." — Impa (Breath of the Wild)