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Quadro Baba
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Main appearance(s)
Effective Weapon(s)

Quadro Baba are Enemies in Skyward Sword.[1]


Fi's Comment:
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Target lock: Quadro Baba
"This violent plant is widespread in wooded areas. It will attempt to bite anything that approaches it.

More rare than Deku Baba, Quadro Baba has greater stamina. A golden husk and dynamic mouth are this plant's distinguishing features."

The Quadro Baba is a unique form of the Deku Baba. Unlike common Deku Babas, it has a golden exterior and can open its mouth both horizontally and vertically. The Quadro Baba is also slightly more durable and much more aggressive. They are capable of dodging Link's Sword attacks by serving away, and unlike Deku Babas, can also avoid stab attacks. They will then counterattack by biting after dodging. These enemies become more common later in the game.

Much like the common Deku Baba, Quadro Babas are vulnerable only when their mouths are exposed when opened. Link must slice alongside the opening of its mouth, using a vertical slice if its mouth is open vertically, or a horizontal slice if its mouth is open horizontally. Its mouth also briefly opens up fully when it attacks, making it vulnerable to both horizontal and vertical Sword strikes. Quadro Babas can also be defeated through alternate methods: Dropping a Bomb with the Beetle will defeat it, as well as shooting an Arrow with the Bow at its mouth or vine. A Shield Bash can also be used to stun this enemy, and can then be chopped in half.


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Language Name
Japan Japanese ヨツババ (Yotsu Baba)
French Republic FrenchEU Quadribaba
Federal Republic of Germany German Tetranha
Italian Republic Italian Quadribaba
Kingdom of Spain SpanishEU Deku Babarilla
Community of Latin American and Caribbean States SpanishLA Babarilla deku


  1. Encyclopedia (Dark Horse Books) pg. 199