Zelda Breath Of The Wild Hidden Boss Locations Guide

Zelda Breath Of The Wild Hidden Boss Locations Guide
Hyrule is a massive world filled with mystery and intrigue, and dangers as we highlight some hidden bosses scattered across Hyrule. This The Legend Of Zelda Breath Of The Wild Hidden Boss Locations Guide lists all of the hidden boss battles we’ve discovered when exploring the world including locations, information on how to take them down, and what they drop.

The Legend Of Zelda Breath Of The Wild Hidden Boss Locations Guide

Stalnox
Stalnox
Stalnox can be found in Hickaly Woods. He is a giant skeleton enemy that is weak to fire and has a weak point in its eye. Using either normal or fire arrows you can hit his eye to bring him to his knees. Follow up with several melee attacks while he is down and repeat.

Where To Find Stalnox

Where To Find Stalnox
If you visit the area during the day you will notice only an inactive skeleton. He only appears at night, there’s a campfire near the beach you can rest at. He will not spawn, even at night, if you are within his line of sight.

Stone Talus (Senior)
Stone Talus (Senior)
Very easy fight this one. The Stone Talus (Senior) has one fist that is a giant boulder. He will occasionally throw it at you, it’s only real attack. Whilst it is holding the boulder use a bomb on it and it will bring Stone Talus (Senior) to its knees. Just on top and deal damage to the mining node before jumping off. Rinse and repeat.

Where To Find Stone Talus (Senior)

Where To Find Stone Talus (Senior)
You can find Stone Talus (Senior) at the location marked above. It appears like a rock foundation with a black mining node on the top. It was around 5am.

When you take it down it drops a lot of valuable stones including Rubies and Opals.

Stone Talus
This is the first Stone Talus and he is the same as Stone Talus Senior. Climb up the back of the creature and attack the node on top of it to do damage. You can wait for it to slam down its first or just run behind it and climb up. It will drop some Opals, a ruby and a bunch of Amber.

Where To Find Stone Talus

Breath Of The Wild Where To Find Stone Talus
Super early in the game, you might of accidentally ran into it during your first Shrine run.

Hinox
Hinox
Big cyclops type enemy. Wields nearby trees as weapons. Wasn’t overly difficult but most of my weapons were at breaking point when I encountered him. Will update with loot once I bring him down.

Where To Find Hinox

Where To Find Hinox

Where To Find Hinox 2

Where To Find Hinox 3

Irch Plain Hinox
Another Hinox can be found right outside of Hyrule Castle here.

Irch Plain Honix

Igneo Talus
Igneo Talus
The Igneo Talus is basically a fire version of the normal Stone Talus. Same technique to bring it down. Only change is that it’s body is encased in flame, so you receive fire damage the entire time you’re on his back damage the mining node.

Where To Find Igneo Talus

Where To Find Igneo Talus

We’re updating this as we progress through the game so check back soon for updates to our Zelda Breath Of The Wild Hidden Boss Locations Guide.

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  • Z-WolF

    It’s not necessary to defeat the enemies to know the loot they drop, just take picture of them (with the tablet upgrade from the lab in hateno village) and the loot is detailed in the compendium.

  • freako2323

    There is another Talus in Gama Cove by Lurelin village

  • Kim Patrick Lorenz

    There are more than one Talus. Cant post the Locations so…but i found about 5 or 6 at different locations. Good for making some Gems. Try to hit the weak spot of the talus with an iron Hammer. Does ALOT of Damage. Some of the Talus u cant climb on back to hit the weak spot but they are easy too. Just run around em, jump and hit with hammer. Just about 6 hits or so and they are gone. Oh and for Hammer spawns…they spawn at the house u can buy. 2 Hammers every Bloodmoon. Hope its helpful.

  • Rukariouzu

    I’ve marked the locations of at least 30 sub-bosses at this point, (with every Shrine finished,) needless to say bosses are abundant, and with the Blood Moon usually taking effect within a few hours of gameplay, you don’t necessarily have to worry about them being a rare commodity. There’s Red, Blue, and Black Hinox; Regular, Molten, Frozen, and Luminous Talus; various forms of Lynels (which I find to be the hardest of overworld bosses.) Just make sure to stamp your map with a boss symbol to remind yourself later of where they spawn. After you finish Ganon, you unlock Silver-typed Monsters that drop rare gems and stronger equipment as well.