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Revali is a recurring character in The Legend of Zelda series.[9][name reference needed]


Revali is known for his arrogant and sardonic outward personality, which is especially apparent when around Link. He is often boastful about his capabilities and is often unwilling to admit defeat when he gets bested by an opponent, claiming he wasn't trying his best such as when he was defeated by Windblight Ganon, where he claimed he was "only winging it". His resentment towards Link is due to envy of his higher position as well as his lack of expression rubbing him the wrong way.

In the Champion Revali's Song cutscene, EX Recovered Memory, it is revealed that Revali's abrasive and reserved persona is frequently used to cope with his insecurities. He berates himself after a failed attempt at mastering his signature move, and he would call Zelda out for witnessing his vulnerable side before putting his smug and confident barriers back up.[10]


The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild[]

100 years prior to the events of Breath of the Wild, Revali was the Champion of the Rito tribe. He was known as the most skilled archer of all the Rito and could fire Arrows with the speed of a gale.[11] Revali has the ability to create an impressive updraft that allows him to soar, later named Revali's Gale after him.[1] His weapon was the Great Eagle Bow,[11] a weapon that is known for being too heavy for most Rito,[12] with Revali, despite his light frame, being the exception as he has both great strength and speed to counter the setbacks.[13]

Growing up in Rito Village, Revali took up writing a journal to document his thoughts and progress. He has been training all his life to be the top archer and has been known to have won several archery competitions he took part in, which his winning streak has become the number one topic among the Rito,[14] as he broke all the previous records and set the highest score.[15] Revali continued to receive so much praise and affirmations that he is the Rito's pride everywhere he went and as much as he appreciates it, the excessive attention he's getting caused him much stress.[16] When the elder asked him if he wanted a prize for his achievements, Revali requested for an archery training ground be constructed on Dronoc's Pass,[17] where the elevations are just right updraft blows constantly, and an idea of a new move that could take aerial archery to a whole new level has recently come to his mind.[18]

Revali adds another entry that he continued to push his archery skills to the limit and while he likes the results of the descent, his ascent didn't go so well as he thought it would,[19] but he is still determined to get better and stronger to which he won't catch a break until he succeeds.[20] He is aware that the Rito children look up to him and wanted to start using his training ground,[21] and he was okay with everyone using it since there are treacherous times ahead of them.[22] He decides to try out a new strategy that would help to control the updraft, unwilling to believe it was impossible.[23]

In another entry, Revali continuously heard rumors that Calamity Ganon's revival is unavoidable, which made him feel uneasy.[24] He recalls the Sheikah scientists have excavated the Divine Beasts with one of them being Divine Beast Vah Medoh which was used in the first battle against Ganon.[25] The Royal Family is searching for a warrior who is not only exceptionally skilled,[26] but their soul must possess incredible sacred power for the Divine Beast to recognize them as their master.[27] Having learned this, Revali is overcome with an epiphany that he should be selected to be its pilot,[28] and the thought of controlling it to destroy Ganon will provide an opportunity to prove himself to the world.[29]

Revali wrote in his journal that Princess Zelda arrived at Rito Village to ask him if he will pilot Divine Beast Vah Medoh, with him asking about what the plan was,[30] but he instantly regrets asking that question,[31] when she tells him that the Divine Beasts will be serving as support to a certain Hylian knight who was selected to face him head on.[32] The thought of himself as the sidekick turned him off and attempted to decline,[33] but Princess Zelda pleads him that innocent lives and the fate of the kingdom are at stake and they need his help.[34] As much as Revali was extremely upset, the look on her face ended up getting stuck in his head as she was being sincere.[35] He had thought that Hylians thought only of themselves, but he realized that there are some exceptions with Zelda being one of them.[36] Revali plans to accept her proposition, but out of self-respect, he delays his answer to get his thoughts sorted out.[37]

When Revali hears that Princess Zelda is coming by the following day and figures that she will be overjoyed when he accepts,[38] and as luck has had it, her timing was perfect as Revali was very close to perfecting his brand-new move and imagines showing off to everyone what he's capable of,[39] When they do, they will know that it should have been him instead of the Hylian knight Link who should have been chosen,[40] and the thought of everyone pleading to him on their knees,[41] to use his skills and intelligence to destroy Ganon,[42] and begins looking forward to this day.[43]

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Revali speaking with Princess Zelda

In the first Champion Revali's Song EX Recovered Memory, Princess Zelda arrives at the Flight Range, to meet with Revali, who is visibly out of breath as he made an attempt at summoning an updraft. During his ascent however, he is caught and thrown back onto the ground and struggles to get up due to pain and exhaustion. He chastises himself for not getting it right and is desperate to master it.[44] He soon spots Zelda watching him, and reprimands her for eavesdropping.[45] She apologizes and explains that she was told by the villagers that she would find him here.[46] Revali suspects that she is there to recruit him as the Champion Pilot of Divine Beast Vah Medoh to drive back Calamity Ganon and accepts her request.[47][48] The princess starts to thank him,[49] before he interrupts her,[50] and makes an attempt at creating an updraft and soars into the air again. This time, he does not fall, and he quickly locks onto three targets as he dives to make his move and shoots them down, and when he lands on the bottom, he used his gale once more as he destroys the remaining targets before landing on the fence outside the hut and asserts that he will be helping a certain knight defeat Ganon,[51] and adds that if this knight lost his confidence upon seeing him in action, he tells her not to come crying to him.[52]

In order to become a Champion, Revali had to overcome a trial to prove he was worthy of taming a Divine Beast. His trials included shooting the horn of the flame dragon Dinraal, racing down the snowy peaks while passing through the rings, and to shoot all four targets in quick succession.[53] Revali was able to pass the trial with flying colors.

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The Picture of the Champions

During The Champions' Ballad, Revali attends the Champion inauguration ceremony at Hyrule Castle where he starts wearing his blue scarf crafted by Zelda as King Rhoam appoints them as official Champions. After its conclusion, the newly appointed Champions and the princess rest at the gazebo outside the castle. Revali shows interest in the Sheikah Slate,[54] as he takes it from the princess's hand to inspect it as she explains its uses while yet to discover more of its secrets.[55] He then places it into Mipha's hands to let her have a look, and once Urbosa mentions that the Sheikah Slate can take still-images,[56] it gets the Zora Princess's attention as she asks Zelda for a favor.[57] The five Champions and Zelda are soon gathered as Purah instructs everyone to get into position until it was satisfactory,[58][59] and just as Purah snaps a photo, Daruk had already pulled everyone together, with goofy results.

Revali later wrote about the ritual that he made his way to Hyrule Castle for the ceremony and now bears the title of "Champion",[60] which he believed that it was nothing but meaningless pomp and writes a remark that if true strength only relied on titles and uniforms then everyone's a Champion.[61] He admits that he is fond of his new blue scarf,[62] and notes that Link was as emotionless as ever and it gets on his nerves that he is unable to understand what he's thinking,[63] but at the same time, believe the stories of him besting adults when he was only four years old.[64] Regardless, he doesn't think that Link would stand a chance against him and adds that there is no one alive who can keep up with his aerial combat.[65] He then switches the subject that he managed to perfect his move and decides to give it a name,[66] and had some difficulty coming up with one as some of them don't sounding appealing to him.[67]

Revali was present during the ritual of Princess Zelda making Link her appointed knight in Link's first Recovered Memory. After Daruk commented on the depressing delivery of Zelda's speech,[68] Revali reminds Daruk that the "ceremonial pomp, grandeur, and nonsense" was his idea in the first place.[69] Revali then states his disapproval of Link until Urbosa tells him to stop.[70]

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Revali interacting with Link

During Link's second Recovered Memory take place, Link visits Rito Village He begins explains that he made this art of creating updrafts and continuously boasts of his skills, calling it a masterpiece of aerial techniques among the Rito and with them properly applied, he could easily defeat Ganon. He then walks around Link admits that despite the fact that he is the most skilled archer of all the Rito and wanted to be the one who stops Ganon, he does not like the idea of merely assisting Link, feeling that his talents are wasted, just because he wields the Master Sword.[71] Revali believes he is more skilled than the young hero.[72] After gloating about how his abilities are superior, he suggests they compete one on one atop the Divine Beast Vah Medoh though it was in the sky.[73] Revali then mocks Link over the fact that he won't be able to make it there on his own and soars upward to Medoh.[74][75]

Revali documents his encounter with Link from his own perspective. While Princess Zelda is on official business with the Rito elder as Link meets with him,[76] Revali notices that Link is still so quiet and stoic and is wonder why people like him, even when he first makes an attempt at a civil conversation with him.[77] It was revealed in this entry that he settled with naming his new move, Revali's Gale. He attempted to show him this impressive feat as Revali appears to him in the memory scene which Link doesn't react to,[78] despite knowing that he will fail at the attempt to at least get him to emote, which predictably he doesn't show visible amusement to it leading Revali to misinterpret this as Link being slow-witted.[79] Revali notes that he tried to provoke Link into challenging him yet Link does not even respond leaving Revali feeling like he's talking to a rock instead of an actual person which was the breaking point for him.[80] Revali thought that his interaction has wasted his time and the real reason for heading to Medoh was that he likely felt hurt by this and went there to find comfort there, [81] and is left to wonder what was with Link.[82]

Daruk would later visit Revali to let him know that he and the Champions have to escort the princess, who recently turned seventeen, and Link to Mt. Lanayru, so she can now start training there;[83] both to see her off and to meet with her again at sundown.[84] Revali is bothered that he has to participate in this, but he recalls that look on her face, [85] when she pleaded for him to pilot the Divine Beast earlier and notes that she wasn't just determined, but she was also desperate.[86] He also adds that she had not been able to fulfil her sacred duties of accessing her sealing magic and it was plain to see how heavy the responsibility was for her.[87] Revali admits that he has difficulty comprehending the problems of those who lack talent though he tries his best to show some sympathy.[88] He doesn't dislike Zelda and realized that she tries her hardest, but even that wasn't enough.[89] Revali decides not to spare any time sending her off in the morning, but he will definitively meet with her at sunset,[90] and he hopes that her sealing magic will cut her some slack and finally awaken this time.[91]

In Link's fifteenth Recovered Memory, Revali was seen with the rest of the Champions meeting Link and Zelda after her time in the Spring of Wisdom on Mount Lanayru. He noticed the princess's distress then asks her in a very somber tone if she still hasn't gotten any results,[92] which Zelda told him that it was so.[93] Urbosa insists that Zelda must find another way that could help awaken her power since pitying herself would do nothing to improve her situation. Minutes later, before Mipha could finish giving her advice to Zelda, there was a loud rumble and Revali flew into the air to discover that Calamity Ganon had finally awakened.[94] When asked by Mipha if he was sure,[95] Revali confirms to her that it was so.[96] At Daruk's command, he and the rest of the Champions hastened to their Divine Beasts.[97] while Link heads to Hyrule Castle,[98] which silently flusters Revali, and when Urbosa implores Zelda to take refuge,[99] the princess insists that she must find some way to help.[100]

To reach Divine Beast Vah Medoh, Revali used his gale to take to the sky and managed to fly straight to Rito Village with minimal obstacles in his way.[101] However, he saw that Medoh was already overtaken by Windblight Ganon. Despite his best efforts to fight back, Revali was defeated and lost his life. The Rito were aggrieved by the loss of their beloved warrior, and they named the platform Revali's Landing in his honor.[102]

For 100 years, Revali's spirit had remained sealed within Divine Beast Vah Medoh. When Link enters Divine Beast Vah Medoh, Revali acknowledges him and as much as he's glad to see him, he also admonishes him for taking a century to return.[103] He heads straight to the point deducing that Link has come to take back control of Medoh.[104] To pull this off, he informs him he will need to find a map of Vah Medoh's interiors.[105] and directs him to the Guidance Stone where he can receive it.[106]

Once Link activates the Guidance Stone which distills the map on his Sheikah Slate, Revali then instructs him to look closely as it has five terminals that are found around the Divine Beast,[107] and he must activate all of them to take back control.[108] He then asks if he's ready for the challenge.[109] As Link activates the terminals, Revali rallies him to keep at it with the tone in his voice changing.[110][111][112][113] After Link activates the last terminal, Revali will tell him that he now has to start the Main Control Unit[114] and lets him know that the new glowing point is where it's located.[115] and gets pushy when he tells him to "flap to it!".[116] However, when Link attempts to do so, Malice suddenly starts to swirl around it. As Windblight Ganon appears, Revali warns that it is one of Ganon's creations and fights dirty and reveals that it was responsible for his death 100 years ago only because he was winging it.[117] Revali reluctantly swallows his pride and implores Link to avenge him.[118]

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Revali's introduction

After defeating Windblight Ganon, Link was able to activate the Main Control Unit. When he does, Revali's spirit appears to greet him and congratulates him for destroying the demon[119] He proceeds to thank him for liberating his soul and returning Medoh to his control.[120] He tells Link not to take pride in doing what he did,[121] since Link proved his value, Revali rewards Link with his special skill that he dubbed Revali's Gale.[122] Bringing his wing up, a glowing green orb appears and he throws it at Link's chest, causing the wind to blow upwards.

Revali makes the decision that it is time for him to prepare for Divine Beast Vah Medoh's strike on Ganon,[123] though he teases Link by stating if he thinks he needs his help.[124] Though he asks Link to thank him,[125] Link begins to disappear in a golden light, so Revali tells him to go.[126] Before Link leaves, Revali reminds him that his job is not finished yet,[127] as Princess Zelda has been waiting for a long time.[128]

Assuming control of the now freed Divine Beast Vah Medoh, Revali positions it atop of the spire just above Rito Village as the Rito soar freely around it without fear of being attacked. Once the sights are all set on Hyrule Castle,[129] Revali believes that from their vantage point they should have a good angle on Ganon,[130] and encourages it to give it everything it has got.[131] For now, all they need to do is to wait for the moment where Link attacks the castle.[132] Despite the fact that he had to wait 100 years, Revali had been patient the whole time, and he believes that Medoh can stand to wait a bit longer.[133] Without having Link around, Revali admits that even without wings, Link has managed to make it to Medoh,[134] and has managed to accomplish something he himself had been unable to do.[135] Guessing he was wrong about Link's luck,[136] he hopes that it holds up for everyone's sake.[137]

Revali's soul will appear whenever Link uses Revali's Gale, soaring up with him before disappearing. His voice will also inform him when Revali's Gale has finished recharging.[138]

When the Champions' Ballad DLC Pack is active, The Diary of Revali will appear at Teba's Home after it was discovered in the Flight Range by the Rito.[139] After Link completes the EX Champion Revali's Song Main Quest, Revali expresses surprise that Link managed to pass the trial he himself went through and he will speed up Revali's Gale's cooldown time.[140] He adds that as how strong Link became, he could possibly defeat Calamity Ganon.[141] Revali's Gale is then upgraded to Revali's Gale +.

If Link chooses to repeat his fight with Windblight Ganon in the Illusory Realm, Revali will give out additional dialogue. In the first line of dialogue, Revali will ask Link how Rito Village is doing and quickly figures that the Rito are doing well as far as he's concerned, but he's in disbelief that it has been 100 years and he becomes slightly emotional when he laments that there is no one alive who knew him personally, but regardless he will always see his village as his home.[142] In the second line of dialogue, Revali sighs as he knows there's no point in dwelling on the past, but deep down he wished he and Link fought 100 years ago, a fight against the one who came to Rito Village to challenge his authority and tells him to imagine it. Revali raises his voice as he theatrically goes on about the hero of the Rito pitched against Hyrule's mightiest knight, dubbing it "The battle of the ages". Whether he won or lost, he would have loved to settle the score with him.[143] in his third line of dialogue, Revali notes that Link is rather persistent in his training, but moves on to the topic about his diary. He tells him not to believe a word of it and alleges that is not the author of it, dubbing it a misleading title.[144] In the fourth line of dialogue, Revali believes that his recent battle was part of his training against Calamity Ganon, and he couldn't blame him when he is likely anxious about the final battle. He then deduces that Link is looking for words of encouragement from his smooth voice, and as much as he understands why he needs that, he would rather prefer to keep Link in line instead.[145] In the fifth and final dialogue, Revali acknowledges that Link is working diligently, and advises him that after saving Zelda, he should not ask her about him and whatever she says, he urges him not to pursue this topic. As it had only been 100 years, Revali believes that her memory isn't what it used to be anyway.[146]

When Calamity Ganon breaks out of its confinement and falls into the Astral Observatory with Link, all of the liberated Divine Beasts will unleash their attacks. Revali saw that his time has finally arrived and warns Ganon to brace himself for the agony of his revenge for all that it did.[147] On its own, Revali’s attack will drain 12.5% of Calamity Ganon's health. When combined with the other freed Divine Beasts' attacks, a total of half of Calamity Ganon's health will be drained.

After Calamity Ganon is defeated for good, Revali's spirit perches atop of Hyrule Castle with his fellow Champions and King Rhoam, bidding farewell to Link and Zelda before departing for the afterlife.

Other Appearances[]

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate[]

Revali — Spirit Battle Information

SSBU Revali Spirit Icon
SSBU Support Spirit Icon Support Spirit
No. 241
Team Power SSBU Grab Type Icon Grab | 4400 Rank ★★ ADVANCED Fighter(s)
Stage Skyloft (Battlefield) Theme "Kass's Theme" SSBU Falco Stock Icon 3 Falco
Rule(s) Hazard(s) Heavy Wind
 · Dangerously high winds are in effect
 · Stamina battle Triforce piece

Revali — Spirit Information

SSBU Revali Spirit Icon

No. 241
Rank ★★ ADVANCED Cost
Shooting Attack ↑
Slightly increases the power of projectile weapons such as bows or guns.

Revali appears as an Advanced Spirit in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.

Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity[]

In the Revali, the Rito Warrior Scenario, Revali's village had suffered continuous attacks from monsters led by the mysterious Malice infected Dimunitive Guardian which Revali and his army had barely managed to hold off. As a result, the Rito have since been on high alert for any Guardian activity.[148] Upon receiving a report about a similar Guardian, Revali was annoyed[149] and orders them to attack immediately. Revali swears that he will defend the very village he was born in[150] before using Revali's Gale to soar. He first attacks Link's party after mistaking Terrako for Harbinger Ganon, the one that had brought a horde of monsters to attack Rito Village. Upon confrontation, Link and Revali start to fight, with Link managing to hurl Revali against the barricade and the Rito warrior taking off unfazed and shoots a Bomb Arrow into the air and quickly circles and kicks Link into danger but Terrako alerts Link on the falling Bomb Arrow which explodes in midair. This doesn't stop Revali as he fires three Bomb arrows to create a smokescreen and states that Link thinks he is good, and quickly comes out of the smoke to attack Link from behind and declares that his own skills are superior.[151] but Zelda managed to stop them just before they are about to kill each other.[152] After this battle, Revali explains what happened that led him and his army to attack them. Zelda is relieved that neither Link nor Revali were harmed, regardless. Impa is interested on the topic about a Guardian similar to Terrako. Revali accepts his call to pilot Divine Beast Vah Medoh to counter Calamity Ganon,[153] before turning his attention to another person as he walks over to him.[154] He expresses skepticism about Link's role as Zelda's appointed knight as well as his being chosen to face Ganon directly,[155] as he saw Link as his rival. Terrako suddenly whistles, startling everyone including Revali,[156] and Impa explains that Terrako dubbed itself a knight in Zelda's service as well, much to Revali's astonishment,[157] but he scoffs it off.[158]

In the Freeing Korok Forest Scenario, when the Champions and Princess Zelda overlook Korok Forest at a high cliff, Revali steps forward and recalls how King Rhoam had chosen them for their part in driving back Calamity Ganon and is quite honored to excel.[159] Then Revali, still distrustful of Link, begins to sprout insults to his face,[160] to which Daruk stands up for Link and reminds him that they're dealing with the situation together.[161] Revali dismissed his words, stating that Medoh is the key to their sure victory,[162] before returning to harshly taunt Link[163] until Urbosa lets him know they had enough of his attitude.[164] Relenting, Revali summons Divine Beast Vah Medoh to deal with the worst of the monsters to show them what he is capable of. [165] Once the threats are dealt with, Revali descends and lets them know it's safe to proceed into Korok Forest as and rejoins them.[166] During their expedition, Mipha notes on the mist that blankets the woods, which a flustered Revali begins to rant about their progress.[167] Daruk remarks that he could just fly and find the way,[168] only for Revali to snap at him for it.[169] They soon encounter the music loving Hestu, who is on his way to the forest clearing but is nervous about the monster infestation, which Revali rudely suggests that he shouldn't not carrying his maracas[170] and Urbosa tells Hestu not to listen to him before offering to protect him along the way,[171] to Hestu's joy as he excitedly leads the way, with Revali shrugging before joining them. They notice strange appearances of Malice in the forest and four evil Malice doppelgangers of the Champion Pilots, including Revali called Hollows, which are created by Astor, a mysterious seer who teamed up with the Yiga Clan to ensure that Hyrule's dark future happens. After Link pulls the Master Sword to protect Zelda from Astor and the Hollows, Revali and the rest rejoin them and listen to the Great Deku Tree's words. It was from there that Princess Zelda really starts to worry about her progress at accessing her sealing power before Calamity Ganon arrives.

In The Road Home, Besieged Scenario, Revali is seen again with the Champions and the Hylian soldiers escorting Zelda home, and soon stops when the princess stops as anxiety kicks in. Terrako plays her lullaby to ease her mind before a disruption occurs, prompting the Champions and everyone to take action. After taking care of the monsters, the Champions are promoted and granted blue cloths with their Divine Beast emblems embedded on them; Revali swaps out his white tribal scarf with his new blue scarf. He is later seen relaxing outside with the Champions after all the excitement, but when Impa and Terrako begin to fight, they eventually invade Revali's space, driving him insane and insist that they take it somewhere else[172] but when they don't, he loses his temper[173] and quickly flies away to regain his lost composure.[174] Revali and the Champions return home to prepare for the worst as King Rhoam sent troops to Akkala Citadel and Fort Hateno to protect those strongholds as the fall of either of those two would spell disaster for Hyrule, and had the civilians evacuated to minimize the casualties as it was found that Ganon is set to return on Zelda's 17th birthday as revealed by Terrako.

In the Calamity Strikes Scenario, a few days later, Revali is seen at the top of the Hebra Tower where he witnessed Calamity Ganon surrounding Hyrule Castle with Malice[175] and the shaking ground has him stricken with terror as he saw the Sheikah Towers across Hyrule begin to shut down. Revali was left with no choice but to board Vah Medoh to launch a counterstrike. Link, Impa, and Princess Zelda postpone their journey to the Spring of Wisdom due to the situation and the latter's father being in danger and is unable to protect him as he is supposedly killed by the Guardians. As the princess despaired over how badly things are going and Terrako summons four time portals that head to the Divine Beasts. Impa notices that Vah Medoh's circuitry still pulses blue indicating that Revali is still alive but with Malice trailing off it, it showed that he, along with the other Champions are in serious danger as they travel to their locations to save them.

In the Air and Lightning Scenario, Revali is revealed to be attacked by Windblight Ganon and made attempts to fight back but was forced into the defensive by dodging its cannon lasers. He soon cries out in pain when he gets struck in his left wing and tried to brush it off[176] as he is sent flying and Windblight aims both its cannons at Revali to fatally shoot him down. Before the demon could take his life, the time portal appears and summons Teba from the future, who then shoots arrows to intercept the monster's aim away from Revali, giving the Rito Champion time to recover and get back into the fight. Teba distracts Windblight for a while to give Revali an opening[177] and Revali used his gale to get a clear shot from above[178] as he shoots bomb arrows only for Windblight Ganon to block it. Teba is shocked that the phantom is still going strong[179] but Revali sees that help has arrived and reassure him of this[180]. After Link and the group force Windblight Ganon into retreat, they are joined by Urbosa and Riju and as Urbosa was thanking everyone for their help, Revali approaches Link[181] and gives his gratitude in a begrudging fashion,[182] shocking Teba who was about to comment on Revali's behavior[183] when Urbosa cuts him off before he could say something regretful before turning to inquire Zelda about Hyrule Castle's fate.[184] After hearing of the fall of Hyrule Castle, Revali takes Teba and they join forces to defend western Hyrule. Teba takes down the corrupted Guardian Skywatchers targeting Revali and the latter returns the favor by taking out the other foes pursuing Teba, who could not help but to be amazed by Revali's skills.[185] Revali stands his ground as he prepares to show the full extent of Divine Beast Vah Medoh's power.[186] Windblight returns in one last attempt at not only killing Revali, but Teba as well so it could take Medoh under Ganon's control and is joined by Thunderblight Ganon, but Revali was ready for them and unleashed his full wrath, in its purest form, upon them as he destroyed them, and secured western Hyrule.

In the Each Step Like Thunder Scenario, after some time, Revali, along with Mipha and Daruk assist Urbosa and Riju with the excess monsters that surround them as they defend Fort Hateno. It was there that Princess Zelda awakens her power to protect Link from Astor and the recreated Phantom Ganons, made from the souls of the Yiga Clan that Astor had harvested to do so, prompting Master Kohga and the surviving Yiga Clan members (minus Sooga whose fate is left uncertain) to side with the Hyrulean Army and Purah creates and activates a failsafe that disables a large number of corrupted Guardians that made up a huge portion of Ganon's army, turning the tides in Hyrule's favor, especially with both Akkala Citadel and Fort Hateno successfully secured.

In the Guardian of Remembrance DLC, EX Searching Hyrule Forest Scenario, Revali witnessed a mysterious Rito child wandering in the forest but quickly loses him. He then lets Teba know of this, and the latter is horrified and pleads with Revali to help find the missing child and his fears are not helped by the fact that there are lots of monsters loitering in there. Revali notes that the child resembles Teba and never saw a child like him in Rito Village in his own time. After some searching, they find the child, who is revealed to be Teba's son, Tulin who somehow ended up in the past and looked after by tiny creatures, and the Rito Captain offers to guard him as they make their way out as Teba doesn't want to leave him out on his own. As they reach their original destination, looking to be a dead end, Revali laments that they have no way out without the help of the Koroks, but Tulin's knowledge of the forest and sensing the wind allowed him to reveal the passageways to the real exit.

Upon reaching the exit, Teba tells Tulin to thank Revali since he saved his life[187] and the young boy complies.[188] Once Tulin goes in front of Revali to do so,[189] Revali smiles a bit and praises him for his bravery which he finds pretty good for someone so young.[190] Tulin becomes delighted[191] and excitedly tells him that he is training to reach his level and hopes to wield the Great Eagle Bow.[192] Revali reminds him that he could have been killed by the monsters and notes that he is still happy despite having gone through an ordeal that otherwise would have frightened kids Tulin's age[193] and turns to Teba as he adds that he might one day master the wind.[194] Teba agrees but adds that Tulin has to surpass his own father first and foremost.[195] Tulin gives off an imitation of Revali,[196] making Teba laugh before stopping himself since Revali is right next to him and the slightly miffed Rito Champion asked if that was supposed to be an impression of him.[197] Having seen the father-son bond as well as Tulin's hero worship and humorous side, Revali could not contain the rising joy and humor inside of him and lets out a laugh that caused him to lean his head back and hold his stomach as Teba, and Tulin follow.[198] As they calm down, Tulin attempts Tulin's Tornado, his own version of Revali's Gale, but he ends up falling on his back[199] as Teba walks up to him[200] as an amused Revali reminds him that he has a long way to go, affectionately giving him a nickname of "kid".[201]

In the All Hyrule United Scenario, The Champions, present and future, with the Divine Beasts as well as the armies of all the races in Hyrule are later summoned to Hyrule Field by Purah, who supercharged the Sheikah Towers to the max. A much more relaxed Revali is happy to get a chance at flaunting their magnificence,[202] and Teba encourages him to show off his Rito pride.[203] as Zelda gives a rousing speech to not give in to despair and with her surviving father's approval, she takes command of the united Hyrulean Army. Ganon raises its defenses to prevent the Champions from attacking it so Link and everyone on the ground takes out the monsters that hold up the barrier and Zelda used her power to dispel it even more. At Zelda's orders, Revali opens fire at Calamity Ganon to weaken it alongside the other three Champions.[204][205][206][207] However, the sky turns red as the Blood Moon rises, reviving all of the fallen monsters, but in spite of this, they prevailed.

In The Future of Hyrule Scenario, after persevering over the constant revivals, Zelda leads the ground army while Revali and Teba charge from the air with the Rito forces to confront Astor and Harbinger Ganon. The Blight Ganons are destroyed for good, and Harbinger Ganon and Astor are also defeated. Astor enters into a violent breakdown as he orders Ganon to devour the heroes, but Ganon, as Sooga had forewarned about mortals trying to control him, absorbs the seer to take on a new form and some of its Malice had possessed Terrako, who attempts to resist it before succumbing to Ganon's influence leaving Link and Zelda with no choice but to battle it. Once Terrako is severely damaged, Revali and the rest of the warriors look on in sadness with Zelda over their fallen friend and Zelda becomes determined to defeat Ganon once and for all. They confront him at the sanctum where he is regaining his power, but he was impervious to all of their attacks, and Zelda tries to seal him away and her power restores some strength into Terrako, who charges upstairs to destroy itself by jumping between her and Ganon to destroy its defenses. With Ganon now vulnerable, the heroes are able to weaken him even more. Link charges the Master Sword as he runs towards Calamity Ganon as Daruk[208] and Revali[209] motivate him as Link clives Ganon and Zelda managing to successfully seal him away forever, restoring peace to Hyrule. With their purposes now served, Sidon, Yunobo, Teba, and Riju are being sent back to their own timelines and Teba[210] and Revali[211] exchange good-byes as Zelda vows to never forget the miracles that was brought by them and wishes them a bright future as they are returned to their own time.

In the Terrako's Return Quest, Hyrule is safe from Ganon, and since Terrako was responsible for all the miracles that kept the Champions alive, the Divine Beasts under Hyrulean control, still and turning the tide altogether, everyone including Revali decide to repay it for its efforts by searching for its fifty components across Hyrule and bringing them to the Hyrule Royal Lab, where Terrako is reconstructed. When Terrako isn't responding, everyone is worried and Revali reassures that it's taking its time to become fully alert,[212] which Impa agrees and tries to wake it up herself before Zelda stops her and steps in front of it. With the presence of its original creator, Terrako becomes fully functional, much to the relief of everyone, and even Revali cracks a smile before turning away as Zelda hugs it, crying tears of joy as Terrako mistook it for sadness and plays her lullaby once more. During the credits scene following Terrako's restoration, the Dimunitive Guardian visits all of its friends and paid a visit to Rito Village to greet Revali, who pets it hello before allowing it to ride on his back as he flew, showing that they are on much better terms than they were earlier. Revali is seen again at Hyrule Castle with all of the warriors as he joins his friends in a group hug as the others look on.

During the DLC ending, Teba, Revali, and Tulin are hanging out at the Flight Range. Revali is seated at the corner with Tulin sleeping on his lap and he manages to stop the blanket from blowing away as Teba enjoys watching them bond since their first meeting. Revali is seen with Link, Zelda, and the present and future Champions and they talk among themselves and Terrako joins in and made them smile. During the final cutscene, Revali and the Champions are at the Sheikah Tower, having each returned to their original attires as they watch Princess Zelda and Terrako fly off on a paraglider, showcasing the growth that Zelda had undergone, from being an insecure and anxious girl, to being more self-assured and upbeat young woman. She takes in the beauty of the scenery and notes that all of their efforts are worth it.


  • During a bonus session of the documentary about the making of Breath of the Wild, sound director Hajime Wakai stated that Revali is his favorite character.[213]
  • His final line before flying off to Medoh in the second memory was different between versions. In the Japanese version, he merely laughed derisively as he flew away. In the English version, he instead sarcastically bade Link good luck in sealing away the darkness as he flew off.
  • An amiibo based on Revali was released on November 10, 2017. This amiibo is compatible with Breath of the Wild's DLC packs.
  • The Spirit Battle for the Zelda (Breath of the Wild) Support Spirit references the plot of Breath of the Wild. Four Fighters resembling the Champion must be defeated before Link and Princess Zelda appear. In this Spirit Battle, Revali is represented by Falco.
  • Of the four Champions, Revali is the only one without a descendant in the present or ancestry with the Seven Sages.


TMC Forest Minish Artwork Names in other regions TMC Jabber Nut Sprite
United KingdomEnglishBRRevali (BotW)
JapanJapaneseリーバル (Rībaru) (BotW)
NetherlandsDutchRevali (BotW)
CanadaFrenchCARevali (BotW)
FranceFrenchEURevali (BotW | HWAoC)[214]
GermanyGermanRevali (BotW)
ItalyItalianRevali (BotW)
RussiaRussianРевали (Revali) (BotW)
SpainSpanishEURevali (BotW)
Latin AmericaSpanishLARevali (BotW)
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  1. 1.0 1.1 "The sacred skill that I have dubbed Revali's Gale!" — Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  2. "Oh, my! So it is true! That means you must be a Champion like Master Revali—one of the few able to board Divine Beast Vah Medoh!" — Kaneli (Breath of the Wild)
  3. "Revali
    Rito Champion
    " — N/A (Breath of the Wild)
  4. "You may happen upon something called "The Diary of Revali, the Rito Legend."" — Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  5. "Ah! Wandering around here and listening to anecdotes about Champion Revali has truly invigorated me." — Kass (Breath of the Wild)
  6. "Revali
    Rito Warrior
    " — N/A (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  7. "The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild (Video Game)
    Revali (Japanese version, voice)"
    — n.a., Noboru Yamaguchi - IMDb, IMDb, published n.d., retrieved September 29, 2018.
  8. "I couldn't be happier to finally confirm my involvement in Legend of Zelda: #BreathoftheWild as the voices of #Revali, #Teba, and #DekuTree!" — @sonicmega, Sean Chiplock @ Fanboy Expo (Indianapolis, IN), Twitter, published March 3, 2017, retrieved November 13, 2022.
  9. "Revali" — 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. "Hmm... It seems the Rito Champion was not one to share his feelings." — Kass (Breath of the Wild)
  11. 11.0 11.1 "Great Eagle Bow
    A bow without equal wielded by the Rito Champion, Revali. It's said Revali could loose arrows with the speed of a gale, making him supreme in aerial combat.
    " — N/A (Breath of the Wild)
  12. "That thing is way too heavy to use in aerial fighting—I'd end up sacrificing all of my speed just to take a shot." — Teba (Breath of the Wild)
  13. "Now, if I had both the strength and speed of Master Revali, that would be a different story." — Teba (Breath of the Wild)
  14. "I won another archery competition today. As one would expect, the village can't stop talking about my winning streak." — The Diary of Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  15. "In short order, I've managed to break all of the previous records and set an insurmountably high bar." — The Diary of Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  16. "Everywhere I go I receive praise and affirmations that I am the pride of the Rito. I...could get used to this." — The Diary of Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  17. "The elder asked me what I would like as a prize for my achievements. I told him I wish for an archery training ground." — The Diary of Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  18. "If I am to keep this up, I need somewhere to train at various elevations. I'm hoping to master a new move I've dreamed up..." — the Diary of Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  19. "I keep pushing my archery skills to the limit. My dive is ideal, but the ensuing ascent is not as smooth as I wish it was." — The Diary of Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  20. "I must return to the Flight Range again tomorrow. There, I will become stronger. better. I won't rest until I succeed." — The Diary of Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  21. "The Rito children look up to me. I hear they wish to start training at the Flight Range too." — The Diary of Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  22. "Perhaps it's not a bad idea to allow everyone to use my training space. These are dangerous times, after all." — The Diary of Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  23. "Tomorrow I will try a new strategy I've been devising to control the updraft. I refuse to believe it's impossible." — The Diary of Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  24. "There is a persistent rumor in town that Calamity Ganon's resurrection is imminent. It can't be true... Right?" — The Diary of Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  25. "A few years ago, scientists dug up an ancient mechanical beast called Medoh. It was supposedly used to fight Ganon." — The Diary of Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  26. "Hyrule's royal family is in search of someone to pilot the beast. They say to do so requires something beyond skill." — The Diary of Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  27. "They say one's soul must contain an incredible sacred power for a Divine Beast to recognize them as master." — The Diary of Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  28. "They should have just asked for me by name." — The Diary of Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  29. "To control the Divine Beast and defeat the Calamity...would finally allow me to prove myself to the world." — The Diary of Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  30. "Hyrule's princess stopped dawdling and asked me to pilot the Divine Beast. I asked what our plan is." — The Diary of Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  31. "I wish I hadn't. It is completely absurd." — The Diary of Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  32. "The Divine Beasts are little more than backup for some Hylian knight who has the honor of fighting Calamity Ganon." — The Diary of Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  33. "ME! A Sidekick! I thought of declining, but then she looked me dead in the eye and held my gaze as she said..." — The Diary of Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  34. ""We must protect the precious life of this land from the Calamity's grasp at all costs. Hyrule needs you, Revali."" — The Diary of Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  35. "It was so corny, I almost died. But I won't soon forget the look in her eyes. She meant it with all of her heart." — The Diary of Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  36. "I thought Hylians only thought of themselves, but I suppose there's an exception to every rule." — The Diary of Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  37. "I'm going to accept, of course. But out of self-respect, I'm going to let her sweat it out a bit longer." — The Diary of Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  38. "Hyrule's princess is coming by to ask for my answer tomorrow. She will surely be overcome with joy when I accept." — The Diary of Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  39. "And her timing is exceptional. I am close. So close to mastering my new move and showing everyone what I'm capable of." — The Diary of Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  40. "When they see it, they'll know without a doubt it should be ME fighting Ganon instead of that pathetic knight." — The Diary of Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  41. "I can see it now, The king and princess...AND the knight...all on their knees, begging me to defeat Ganon for them." — The Diary of Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  42. "They'll say, "Please, Master Revali! Please use your otherworldly skills and intellect to defeat Calamity Ganon!"" — The Diary of Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  43. "I look forward to that day." — The Diary of Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  44. "Not enough. I must stay in the eye of the whirlwind.... must push myself harder..." — Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  45. "You know, your highness... it's rude to eavesdrop." — Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  46. "My apologies. I went to the village, and I was told I could find you here." — Princess Zelda (Breath of the Wild)
  47. "You have need of me. To defeat Calamity Ganon." — Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  48. "To slay the beast once and for all... It will be my great pleasure." — Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  49. "Thank you, Revali. If we work together, I'm certain we'll be able to defeat—" — Princess Zelda (Breath of the Wild)
  50. "However!" — Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  51. "I know I play the biggest part in helping that, ahem... that little knight with the darkness-sealing sword. Correct?" — Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  52. "Well, if he loses his confidence after seeing me in action... don't come crying to me." — Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  53. "♪Wind's ally soars the land of cloud.
    Medoh's Champion, swift and proud.♪
    ♪The hero's power shall grow.
    Seek trials monuments show.♪
    ♪One, shoot the flame dragon's horn.
    Two, race down a peak rings adorn.♪
    ♪Three, shoot four targets to win.
    Champion, the trials begin!♪
    " — Kass (Breath of the Wild)
  54. "Hmph. This is the Sheikah Slate, eh?" — Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  55. "It is. Apparently there are more uses for it than we originally thought. Sadly, we've yet to decipher all of its secrets." — Princess Zelda (Breath of the Wild)
  56. "The princess showed me something strange recently. Somehow it can create true-to-life images." — Urbosa (Breath of the Wild)
  57. "Um, Princess... May I ask a special favor of you?" — Mipha (Breath of the Wild)
  58. "All right! This spot should work nicely. Keep your eyes on the Sheikah Slate, everyone!" — Purah (Breath of the Wild)
  59. "Ugh, fine." — Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  60. "I journeyed to Hyrule Castle for an inauguration ceremony. I now bear the grand title of "Champion."" — The Diary of Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  61. "Meaningless pomp, if you ask me. If true strength relied only on title and uniform, everyone would be a Champion." — The Diary of Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  62. "I do like the blue scarf, though..." — The Diary of Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  63. "That annoying silent knight was as emotionless as usual. I can never tell what's on his mind. Likely nothing at all." — The Diary of Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  64. "Somehow I can't help but believe the stories about him beating adult knights in swordplay when he was only a child." — The Diary of Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  65. "Still, he doesn't stand a chance against me. There is no one alive who can keep up with my aerial combat." — The Diary of Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  66. "That reminds me. It's about time I came up with a fitting name for that new move I created." — The Diary of Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  67. "What kind of name would be worthy? Revali's...something. Tornado? Whirlwind? Masterpiece? Hmm." — The Diary of Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  68. "Gee, this is uplifting... She's making it sound like we already lost." — Daruk (Breath of the Wild)
  69. "You're the one who wanted to designate the appointed knight with all the ceremonial pomp, grandeur, and nonsense we could muster!" — Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  70. "And if you ask me, the whole thing does seem to be overkill. I think I'm on the same page as the princess regarding...this boy." — Revali (Breath of the Wild)
    "Oh, give it a rest. That boy is a living reminder of her own failures. Well, at least that's how the princess sees him." — Urbosa (Breath of the Wild)
  71. "Yet despite these truths, it seems that I have been tapped to merely assist you. All because you happen to have that little darkness-sealing sword on your back. I mean, it's just...asinine." — Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  72. "Impressive, I know. Very few can achieve a mastery of the sky. Yet I have made an art of creating an updraft that allows me to soar. It's considered to be quite the mastery of aerial techniques, even among the Rito. With proper utilization of my superior skills, I see no reason why we couldn't easily dispense with Ganon. Now then, my ability to explore the firmament is certainly of note... But let's not—pardon me for being so blunt—let's not forget the fact that I am the most skilled archer of all the Rito." — Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  73. "Unless...you think you can prove me wrong? Maybe we should just settle this one on one? But where...? Oh, I know! How about up there?!" — Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  74. "Oh, you must pardon me. I forgot you have no way of making it up to that Divine Beast on your own!" — Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  75. "Good luck sealing the darkness!" — Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  76. "The princess came to the village on official business, along with her shadow, that insufferable knight." — The Diary of Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  77. "I tried to talk with him while the princess met with the elder, but he was his usual quiet self. Why do people like him so?" — The Diary of Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  78. "I also gave him the privilege of seeing me perform Revali's Gale. Nothing. No reaction at all to my impressive feat." — The Diary of Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  79. "I showed it to him even knowing there was a chance of failure, since it's still so new. He must truly be slow-witted." — The Diary of Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  80. "I tried to provoke him into facing me, but to no avail. It's like talking to a stone." — The Diary of Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  81. "Our interactions were a waste of time, so I flew off to find solace with Medoh." — The Diary of Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  82. "What's wrong with that guy?" — The Diary of Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  83. "Daruk informed me that we have been asked to escort the princess to Lanayru." — The Diary of Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  84. "We're to see the princess off at dawn at the mountain's base and meet her there when she returns at sunset." — The Diary of Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  85. "Must I participate in this nonsense? Though...I still remember that look on the princess's face." — The Diary of Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  86. "When she asked me to pilot the Divine Beast, she was not only determined...she seemed desperate." — The Diary of Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  87. "She's aware she can't fulfill her sacred duties, and anyone can see how it weighs on her." — The Diary of Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  88. "It's difficult for me to comprehend the troubles of the talentless, but...I'm trying." — The Diary of Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  89. "It's not that I dislike the princess. She tries her hardest. It's simply not good enough." — The Diary of Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  90. "No, I don't think I can spare the time to send her off in the morning, but perhaps I will fly over to greet her at sunset." — The Diary of Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  91. "Perhaps that alleged "sealing power" will show her some mercy and finally awaken this time." — The Diary of Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  92. "So you didn't feel anything? No power at all?" — Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  93. "I'm sorry, no." — Princess Zelda (Breath of the Wild)
  94. "It's here." — Urbosa (Breath of the Wild)
    "It's awake... Ganon!" — Princess Zelda (Breath of the Wild)
  95. "Are you sure?" — Mipha (Breath of the Wild)
  96. "Positive." — Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  97. "Let's stop wasting time! We're gonna need everything we got to take that thing down! Now Champions! To your Divine Beasts! Show that swirling swine who's boss!" — Daruk (Breath of the Wild)
  98. "Little guy! You get to Hyrule Castle!" — Daruk (Breath of the Wild)
  99. "Come. We should go. We need to get you someplace safe." — Urbosa (Breath of the Wild)
  100. "No! I am not a child anymore! I may not be much use on the battlefield... But there must... There must be something I can do to help!" — Princess Zelda (Breath of the Wild)
  101. Creating a Champion, Dark Horse Books, pg. 383
  102. "Revali's Landing is a memorial for the Rito Champion, Revali... So named in the hope that none might forget the events of that horrible day..." — Saki (Breath of the Wild)
  103. "Well now, I've seen that face before... I had a feeling you would show up eventually. But making me wait a hundred years is a bit...indulgent." — Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  104. "You're here to wrest control of Medoh away from Ganon, correct?" — Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  105. "If so, then the first thing you'll want to do is find yourself a map." — Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  106. "That Guidance Stone has the information for the layout of this Divine Beast. Can you make it there?" — Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  107. "You'll need to look closely at your map of the Divine Beast. The terminals that will activate Medoh are marked by those glowing points." — Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  108. "You'll need to activate all of the terminals to take back control." — Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  109. "Think you're up to it?" — Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  110. "There are four terminals remaining! Still a ways to go." — Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  111. "There are three terminals remaining! Keep going." — Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  112. "There are two terminals remaining. You're almost there." — Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  113. "Just one terminal remaining! What do you know?" — Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  114. "That was the last terminal! Now you just need to start the main control unit!" — Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  115. "I want you to take a good look at your map. There should be a new glowing point on there. Well?" — Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  116. "Flap to it!" — Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  117. "Good luck! That thing is one of Ganon's own, and it plays dirty! It defeated me 100 years ago... but only because I was winging it." — Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  118. "I can't believe I'm actually saying this... But you must avenge me, Link!" — Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  119. "Well, I'll be plucked...You defeated him, eh? Who would've thought... Well done." — Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  120. "Who would have thought? Well done. I suppose I should thank you now that my spirit is free. This returns Medoh back to its rightful owner!" — Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  121. "Don't preen yourself just for doing your job." — Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  122. "I do suppose you've proven your value as a warrior. A warrior worthy of my unique ability. The sacred skill that I have dubbed Revali's Gale!" — Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  123. "It's now time to move on and start making preparations for Medoh's strike on Ganon." — Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  124. "But only if you think you'll still need my help while you're fighting inside Hyrule Castle." — Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  125. "Feel free to thank me now." — Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  126. "Or...never mind, just go." — Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  127. "Your job is far from finished, you know." — Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  128. "The princess has been waiting an awful long time." — Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  129. "Medoh's sights are now set." — Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  130. "You'll have a precise bead on Ganon from this vantage point." — Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  131. "And when the time is right, give him everything you've got!" — Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  132. "Now we wait for that perfect moment..." — Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  133. "Medoh, we've been artfully patient for the last 100 years. I doubt you'll suffer a feather over a few more moments..." — Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  134. "After all these years, I simply must admit the truth... Even without the power of flight, Link made his way to this Divine Beast..." — Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  135. "And accomplished something that even I could not..." — Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  136. "Guess I was wrong about... how lucky he would be." — Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  137. "I hope that luck holds out, Link... For everyone's sake." — Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  138. "Revali's Gale is now ready!" — Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  139. "Hoo hoo... The historic Diary of Revali was recently found at the Flight Range our Champion so adored." — Kaneli (Breath of the Wild)
  140. "I truly never imagined you would do so well. Regardless, Revali's Gale should be more efficient than ever." — Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  141. "As you are, I guess it's theoretically possible for you to best Ganon." — Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  142. "You again? Well, since you're here, tell me... How is Rito Village faring? Everyone seems to be doing well, as far as I can tell. I can't fathom that it's been 100 years... There's no one left who would even know me. But even so, it will always be my home." — Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  143. "*sigh* It's pointless to dwell on the past. Still... You and I should have fought 100 years ago. A duel against the one who came to Rito Village to challenge my authority. Just imagine... The hero of the Rito against Hyrule's mightiest knight! A battle for the ages! Win or lose, I would have liked a chance to settle the score with you..." — Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  144. "You're rather persistent. Well, at least you have good timing. There's something I wanted to tell you. You may happen upon something called 'The Diary of Revali, the Rito Legend'. Don't believe a word of it! I'm not the author. Misleading title, I know. Got it?" — Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  145. "You're back? Hmph. I suppose this is part of your training to defeat Calamity Ganon, yes? I can't blame you for feeling anxious about facing the foul beast. Hm? Were you looking for words of encouragement in my dulcet tones? I can understand why you would desire such a thing but having me keeping you in line would have to suffice." — Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  146. "You're working diligently. As you should. By the way, a word of advice. After you rescue the princess, don't go asking her about me. Understood? Whatever rubbish she may say, do NOT pursue that topic! It's been 100 years, so I bet her royal memory isn't what it used to be anyhow." — Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  147. "Now my moment has finally come. Brace yourself, Ganon, for the sting of my revenge!" — Revali (Breath of the Wild)
  148. "Rito Village had repeatedly been attacked by monsters by an unusual Guardian. Revali and his countrymen had barely repelled the monsters but were wary of further attacks." — N/A (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  149. "This nonsense again?" — Revali (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  150. "Rito Village is my home. While I'm here, you won't be getting any closer." — Revali (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  151. "You may think you're good... but I'm better!" — Revali (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  152. "Stop! Please!" — Zelda (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  153. "Out with it! We both know that you will be needing my unique skills... to pilot that Divine Beast. Hm?" — Revali (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  154. "However!" — Revali (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  155. "About this pathetic knight in your service... Are you sure he has what it takes?" — Revali (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  156. "What the-" — Revali (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  157. "It whaaat?" — Revali (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  158. "Ugh ridiculous. Every last one of you." — Revali (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  159. "Hyrule's king chose us to perform this pivotal task. It will be my honor to excel, as always." — Revali (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  160. "Then there's you, the one part that doesn't add up. Why should this nobody be trusted to lead us in the coming battle?" — Revali (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  161. "It doesn't matter who's the leader. We're all in this together, right?" — Daruk (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  162. "You are, of course, mistaken. My Divine Beast is the key! Really now... It makes no sense." — Revali (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  163. "Well...My one comfort is that your reputation...will be completely ruined once you fail. The fallen knight, heh heh!" — Revali (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  164. "Revali, how long do you expect us to put up with your prattle, huh?" — Urbosa (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  165. "I've said enough. The time has come to show you what I'm made of. Now witness... Vah Medoh's divine power!" — Revali (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  166. "All clear over here!" — Revali (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  167. "Are we even making progress? We could just be going in circles." — Revali (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  168. "Good point. If only someone could fly above and scout the way." — Daruk (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  169. "As though I could see anything in this muck. Honestly, do you ever think before you speak?" — Revali (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  170. "You could probably sneak right by if you didn't have those noisy maracas." — Revali (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  171. "Oh, never mind him. We have business in the forest. If you lead the way, we can handle the monsters for you." — Urbosa (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  172. "Gah! Enough! Leave me out of this! If you must fight, do it elsewhere!" — Revali (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  173. "Gah! Stop it!" — Revali (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  174. "How asinine." — Revali (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  175. "This is bad. Extremely bad. If the Calamity was able to overtake Hyrule Castle--" — Revali (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  176. "Just a scratch..." — Revali (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  177. "All yours, Master Revali!" — Teba (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  178. "Some payback is in order!" — Revali (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  179. "What? That thing's still standing?" — Teba (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  180. "Yes, and yet... I can't help but feel that the wind may finally be at our backs." — Revali (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  181. "Hmmm." — Revali (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  182. "Well, we would have been just fine without you. But I suppose it's better that you were here." — Revali (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  183. "I never thought the Champion would be so..." — Teba (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  184. "Hold that thought for now. Little bird, please tell us what happened at the castle." — Urbosa (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  185. "There he is... The Champion of the Rito." — Teba (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  186. "Well, then. I suppose the time has finally come… to reveal Vah Medoh’s DIVINE POWER!" — Revali (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  187. "Now go say thank you... Master Revali saved your life, after all." — Teba (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  188. "Okay." — Tulin (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  189. "Master Revali! Thank you so much for saving me!" — Tulin (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  190. "Hmph. You know, you're pretty good for a little kid." — Revali (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  191. "Y-you mean it?!" — Tulin (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  192. "Thank you! I'm doing all kinds of training so that I can be just like you! Someday, I'll even master the Great Eagle Bow!" — Tulin (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  193. "*sigh* You were nearly killed by those monsters, you know. Yet you're so happy." — Revali (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  194. "Maybe it won't be long until you're master of the wind just like me. You never know, eh?" — Revali (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  195. "Haha! That is true. But before that, he must surpass his old man." — Teba (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  196. "Hmph! It's only a matter of time." — Tulin (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  197. "Was that... meant to sound like me?" — Revali (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  198. "Hmm hmm, heh heh heh heh, HA HA HA HA HA HA AH HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA!" — Revali (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  199. "Tulin's Tornado! WHOA OH OH OH OOOH!!!" — Tulin (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  200. "Oh! Hey!" — Teba (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  201. "You've got a ways to go, kid." — Revali (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  202. "And finally, it's our chance to flaunt our power in all its splendor." — Revali (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  203. "Make us proud, Master Revali." — Teba (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  204. "C'mon!" — Daruk (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  205. "Take this!" — Revali (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  206. "Here it comes!" — Urbosa (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  207. "We must!" — Mipha (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  208. "You can do it, little guy!" — Daruk (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  209. "Don't screw this up!" — Revali (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  210. "This has been enlightening. I even got to see the face behind the Champion." — Teba (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  211. "Hmph." — Revali (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  212. "Calm down. The thing's probably stretching just out its nap." — Revali (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  213. "I like Revali, but I think a lot of other people probably won't like him very much." —Hajime Wakai (The Making of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild – Bonus Session)
  214. "Revali" — Gallery (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)