Best The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess Bosses
The Top Ten
Stallord is a fantastic boss who has an epic design and has a very unique boss setup that it is considered one of the most unique and best boss fights in the entire Zelda franchise, overall. The key to winning this fight is of course by using the spinner against Stallord himself. This fight already feels like you're in for a ride until the second phase comes and now you're in for a real treat!
You use the best item in the game and hit is face with it AWESOME
I enjoyed Stallord, but one time, when I was gonna fight Deathsword, a glitch happened and he was waiting for me and he was going to attack me right after I entered the room. That's not how the battle begins! First, you'll see a sword that has ropes attached to it. Cut one of them and Deathsword will appear.
Stallord may have been the best in item use. But in combat and funess, sang is the boss for you!
For being the sixth boss in the entire game between enemies such as Blizzeta, Argorok, and Stallord, this boss looks almost like an embarrassment. This boss could easily take the place of Diababa for being the very first boss in the game. Just disappointing... the soundtrack's good though.
Very creepy looking! I have arachnophobia, so when I first saw the boss, I screamed. I was terrified of it, which was great.
What’s the only thing better than fighting with a giant spinner against the wall? Fighting with two clawshots in the sky. - lukemcnamara72
My favourite Twilight Princess boss coming from my favourite Zelda dungeon of all time! To defeat Argorok, you have to fly through the clouds using the dual clawshot throughout a massive thunderstorm while avoiding the dragon's flames, as well as getting to pounce on Argorok with your sword tearing his armour off! This boss ranges from everything to difficulty to epicness. (Note: Why is it that whenever Nintendo provides a dragon boss for a Zelda game, it's always tremendously awesome? )
Fantastic! Who dos'nt want to fight an armour dragon in a floating city with grappling hooks?
Yes. - lukemcnamara72
The buildup to this boss was incredible. We already know that that Yeta was very ill, and it was because if the mirror. The fact that she leads you to the wrong areas for the Bedroom key may have even been intentional. And then we actually see her be fully corrupted, and then...NOT TAKE MIRROR!
Also, smashing the ice apart with one of the COOLEST (see what I did there) Zelda items ever was really amazing, and the music was incredible.
Finally, the ending was very cute and a great way to receive a heart container. Easily one of the greatest Zelda bosses ever.
This boss was a great alternative to the other bosses. Rather it bring some beast you have to kill, instead your fighting someone who got corrupted by the mirror while you watching it happen. The Battle was fun and the music was great.
I enjoyed Blizzeta because this boss is a great addition to the list of bosses in the Zelda series. I just wish the battle was harder, but overall, very good boss and battle. But what I liked the best was the boss theme.
Best of. All time boss
Best final boss in the Zelda franchise. How do people compare demise to gannondorf, all four of his forms are amazing
This boss is pretty descent at first and it feels like a callback to Morpha from Ocarina Of Time. But then everything changes and the boss does nothing and not even at least tries to kill you!
This boss is, very amazing, but so dumb. He like doesn't even attack U. Doesn't anyone else notice that like seriously.
I personally call it possessed Zelda because puppet sounds wrong to me. But other than that a great boss. And don't judge me but I kinda like the possessing thing. I added the possessing thing into my made up game. Don't judge me...
I just think it is cool to fight the person you're trying to save
Please this is the worst "boss" ever...
Diababa is a very great boss for being the first big enemy that you encounter in the game. It is challenging enough, has a great design, and has a great soundtrack to the boss fight itself.
For an enormous fire golem who could crush you with his chains in a matter of seconds, he is disappointingly weak.
This one definitely wins in the intimidation factor. When I first saw it I was like "hollly crap."