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Name Bokoblin
Health: Easy 20
Health: Medium 20
Health: Hard 30
Health: Very Hard 35
Health: Intense 45
Origin The Legend of Zelda: The Winder Waker (GCN)
Date of Origin December 13th, 2002
Works The Legend of Zelda: The Winder Waker (GCN)
The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess (GCN/Wii)
Submitted By: Jonno
Bokoblin

Enemy InfoEdit

Bokoblins, alongside Moblins, are extremely common infantry units in more recent games in the Legend of Zelda video game series. Their first appearance was in Wind Waker, where they were very capable in teaching themselves new techniques such as kung-fu and submarine-captaining. In Twilight Princess, they appeared as much more brainless creatures that could be easily tricked into falling off of platforms. Why is there such a big difference between these two sets of Bokoblins? Is it the air? No one may ever know... In Super Smash Bros. Mercurious: Jonno Edition, Bokoblins appear in their Twilight Princess forms.

Mode of TravelEdit

Bokoblins will walk around slowly, lugging their boko-stick around on their shoulder. They will stop every few steps to take a look around, chasing after any opponent they may see.

Attack MethodEdit

The Bokoblin will slash its boko-stick down aggressively at its opponents, dealing 5% - 7% damage per hit. If they are hit with a tougher attack, they will drop their boko-stick. If, for some reason, they cannot re-obtain the boko-stick, then they will result to kung-fu moves. One fierce kick from the Bokoblin will deal 7% - 8% damage, and one light slap would deal 2% - 3%.

External LinksEdit

Official Submission Page on the Mercurious Website

Original Topic on the Mercurious Forums

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