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Wizzrobe (Boss)
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Main appearance(s)
Other appearance(s)
Hookshot (TWW)

Wizzrobes are recurring Sub-Bosses in The Legend of Zelda series.[1]


Majora's Mask

Tatl's Comment

What?! You don't know?


It's a Wizrobe [sic]. You'll get your chance right when it starts to attack. Be on the lookout for it! (MM)

It's a Wizzrobe.
You'll get your chance to strike right when it starts to attack. Be on the lookout! (MM3D)

In Majora's Mask, Wizzrobes have a significantly different appearance as well as attack strategy. They resemble goblin-like old men who wear simple cloth and carry a fiery staff. One appears as the mini-boss of Snowhead Temple, and another one appears in the Stone Tower Temple. A Wizzrobe also appears as an enemy in the Secret Shrine.

Wizzrobes are encountered in rooms with pads across the room, which they teleport between before eventually stopping to dance and cast an attack. Link must attack it while it is dancing before it can cast its spell. This is easiest with the Bow, especially in later dungeons where the mini-boss emerges from a pad that is out of reach. After enough damage is dealt, it creates illusionary copies of itself that rush around the room. To defeat the Wizzrobe, Link must find the real one and attack it before it can strike back. As only the real Wizzrobe will attack Link, it can be found by searching for the dancing Wizzrobe. The real Wizzrobe also appears on the map. Tatl can also target the real one if Link is close enough.

The Wizzrobes that appear in Snowhead Temple and Secret Shrine cast ice magic, whereas the Wizzrobe in the Stone Tower Temple wields fire magic. The battle in the Stone Tower Temple also involves fiery rocks that fall from above. Link can use the Mirror Shield to reflect their spells. Defeating the Wizzrobe in Snowhead Temple rewards Link with the Fire Arrows, and defeating the one in Stone Tower Temple reveals a chest containing a Stray Fairy.

In Majora's Mask, their name was misspelled as Wizrobe. This was corrected in Majora's Mask 3D.

The Wind Waker

Tingle's Comment


Wizzrobe (mini-boss)

Get the Wizzrobe first, or there'll be no end to these attacks!
Wizzrobe (Figurine from The Wind Waker)
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Habitat: Wind Temple
Magic: Summons

These high-level mages use the magic of summoning to aid them in battle. They are the only Wizzrobes that can summon other Wizzrobes, which makes them formidable.

In the Wind Temple, a more powerful version wearing an orange cloak and an Incan-like crown appears as the temple's mini-boss.[2] It has the power of summoning other Wizzrobes,[3] as well as enemies such as Darknuts, Moblins and Morths.

Wizzrobes, including the mini-boss, can be defeated in one hit if they are frozen with an Ice Arrow and then tossed at a wall, crushed with the Skull Hammer, or shot by a Fire Arrow.

Other Appearances

The Wand of Gamelon

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In The Wand of Gamelon, a Wizzrobe appears as the fourth boss. He is located in the Shutoy Lake tower, where he is holding Lady Alma captive.[4] In defiance, Lady Alma says that she is not afraid of him, to which Wizzrobe responds by casting a spell that buries her in stones. In the in-game cutscenes, he appears as a green-skinned wizard wearing a purple robe.

Wizzrobe casts magic spells at Zelda, and cannot be attacked by normal means. He can only be defeated by reflecting his disintegration spell back at him using the Reflecting Shield. Upon his defeat, he drops a Key that opens the door to the chamber where Lady Alma is imprisoned.

Battle Quest

In this game, Wizzrobe resembles a giant bird with torn clothing. It throws keese at the player, and then a ball. The swordsmen have to swipe their swords at the ball to volley it back. The ball will change color, which means it will go to a different swordsmen. Once the ball has been volleyed enough, it deals a hit. The archer can also hit Wizzrobe with arrows to deal damage. It first appears as a boss in Death Mountain Climb.


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Language Name
Federal Republic of Germany German Zaurob (MM)
Pyromagus (TWW)
Kingdom of Spain SpanishEU Invocantis (MM3D)
Wizzrobe (MM)
Community of Latin American and Caribbean States SpanishLA Wizzrobe (MM3D)



  1. Encyclopedia (Dark Horse Books) pg. 212 (TWW)
  2. The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker — Prima's Official Strategy Guide (Prima Games) pg. 101
  3. "Wizzrobe (Boss) - Habitat: Wind Temple - Magic: Summons - These high-level mages use the magic of summoning to aid them in battle. They are the only Wizzrobes that can summon other Wizzrobes, which makes them formidable." — Wizzrobe (Boss) figurine (The Wind Waker)
  4. "Oh dear, Wizzrobe has captured Lady Alma." — Impa (The Wand of Gamelon)