Gyorg artwork from Majora's Mask 3D
Gargantuan Masked Fish
|Dungeon(s)||Great Bay Temple|
Gyorg (pronounced /ɡjɔːɹɡ/, gyorg) is the Boss of the Great Bay Temple in Majora's Mask. It is Gyorg who imprisoned the third of the Four Giants and is responsible for the waters of the Great Bay Coast becoming polluted and dangerous. This also causes an abnormal climate shift in the Great Bay area. In Majora's Mask 3D, its head and pectoral fins have bony armor, and its fingers are elongated.
Gyorg attempts to knock Link off the platform by ramming into it. If Link falls into the water and gets too close to Gyorg, it will swallow him and then spit him out, causing damage. Occasionally, Gyorg will leap out of the water and soar across the platform to hit Link. When Gyorg is about to attack, a rushing sound can be heard. Bubbles will also appear above him, allowing Link to anticipate Gyorg's attacks. Partway through the battle, Gyorg will spawn smaller fish to distract Link in the water. If Link falls in the water, they will seek him immediately. Zora Link's electric barrier can be used to easily defeat them.
To defeat Gyorg, Link must use either his Bow or his Boomerang-fins as Zora Link to stun it. He must then dive in the water to attack Gyorg. Zora Link's electrical barrier is particularly effective at this stage. Alternatively, Zora Link can stun Gyorg in the water using his fins or his electrical attack. Once Gyorg is defeated, it will shrink in size until there is nothing left. Link will receive a Heart Container and Gyorg's Remains. This will also free the Giant who was imprisoned in Gyorg's body. Afterwards, Great Bay will return to normal.
In Majora's Mask 3D, Gyorg now has an eye inside its mouth which Link must attack. In order to do so, Gyorg must be stunned by attacking it with Arrows while it is swimming on the water's surface. After taking some damage, Gyorg may briefly surface and grab the platform in the center to directly charge at Link. If Gyorg continues to take damage, it will eventually bash the platform in the middle, causing it to sink. Link must then swim as a Zora while avoiding Gyorg who tries to inhale him. During this phase, Gyorg will release fish from its mouth which will attack Link. Spikes will also pop out of the ground, and Zora Link needs to hit their chains so Gyorg inhales one of them.
- Gyorg can also be stunned with a pot and by rolling into him.
- The boss' intro cutscene is similar to that of Morpha from Ocarina of Time.
- In the 3D remake, after Gyorg is defeated and the water drains out of the room, a separate room can be seen attached to one side of the boss chamber (explaining how the water was able to disappear). This room is blocked off by a metal fence and cannot be accessed.
Gyorg's name come from the Japanese word "Gyo," meaning fish.
|Names in Other Regions|
|Japanese||巨大仮面魚グヨーグ (Kyodai Kamen Gyo Guyōgu)||Giant Masked Fish: Guyōgu|
|French||Masque du Léviathan Gargantuesque: Gyorg||Mask of the Gargantuan Leviathan: Gyorg|
|FrenchCA||Gyorg, léviathan gargantuesque masqué (MM3D)|
|German||Versklavter Wächter der Meere: Gyorg||Enslaved Guardian of the Oceans: Gyorg|
|Italian||Il pesce gigante Gyorg|
|Korean||거대가면어 그요그 (Geodae Gamyeon'eo Geuyogeu)||Giant Masked Fish: Gyorg|
|SpanishEU||Pez Gargantúa Enmascarado: Gyorg||Masked Gargantuan Fish: Gyorg|
|SpanishLA||Pez colosal enmascarado: Gyorg (MM3D)||Colossal masked fish: Gyorg (MM3D)|
- "Gyorg" (Art & Artifacts (Dark Horse Books), pg. 200)
- "Gyorg's Remains: The remains of the boss in Great Bay Temple." — Inventory Description (Majora's Mask)
- "There's a rumor that the ocean is getting weird 'cause there's trouble off shore at Great Bay Temple." — Tijo (Majora's Mask)
- "It's dangerous at night, so be especially careful." — Soldier (Majora's Mask)
- "The recent abnormal weather has caused the ocean temperature to rise in this region." — Lake Scientist (Majora's Mask)
- "You've seized Gyorg's Remains! You have just freed the innocent spirit that this dark mask had kept imprisoned within the body of evil Gyorg." — N/A (Majora's Mask)
- "I don't understand what happened, but it seems the ocean has reclaimed its serenity." — Lake Scientist (Majora's Mask)
- Official Majora's Mask 3D Japanese website: Fight & Puzzle