Zelda Challenge Day 9: Easiest Boss I’ve Battled

Oh, no competition.

The easiest boss I’ve ever battled is Majora’s Mask.

…well, when I had the Fierce Deity Mask, that is! 🙂

Nintendo is very good at making their bosses challenging, but beatable, often in unique ways. I had a great time defeating Odolwa, Goht, Gyorg, and Twinmold, but when I learned there was a mask set aside especially for one who got all the masks… well, I took my time getting to the conclusion of the game! I wanted to utterly thrash this evil mask!

That sentiment only grew as I went through the many side-quests, and I met everyone else that this thing had tormented.

So, when I went in against the final boss, I was very well armed! I put on the Fierce Deity Mask and destroyed the enemy within seconds. It wasn’t even remotely close!

Now, as grand as that was, I did decide to go through again and fight him without said mask, which was much more challenging, but the point still stands. 😉

Heck, I even went to fight the other bosses with the Fierce Deity Mask, and they were all more difficult. Twinmold was too huge to fight with anything but the Giant’s Mask, Gyorg was a slippery little fish with big teeth, Goht was far too fast and only took damage from behind, and even Odolwa was a jumping freak. All of these had three-dimensional spaces to work with, as opposed to Majora’s two-dimensional space, which effectively cornered it so it couldn’t flee from the mighty Fierce Deity.

So, yep, the easiest boss I’ve ever battled has been a final boss. LOL!


“I shall consume your soul for this!”

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2 Responses to Zelda Challenge Day 9: Easiest Boss I’ve Battled

  1. V Donovan says:

    I’m going to have to pass on this one…it’s been a while since I’ve played and don’t remember all the bosses… I don’t think there was ever a really easy one…

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