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Morale
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Game(s)
Use(s)Altering a Force's strength

Morale is a game mechanic featured in Hyrule Warriors. It affects the Morale Level for Forces during battle.

Overview

Certain actions and scripted events in Battles will trigger either a boost or a loss in Morale towards Forces, either increasing or decreasing their attack power and defensive capabilities.[1]

Gaining high Morale is sometimes triggered by encouragement from a Forces' general or the domination of the battlefield, while low Morale can be caused by Allied generals fleeing the battlefield, Keeps being lost or enemy generals taunting them. Troops with a high Morale will gain a glowing border on their model, mirroring the color marker of their Force, while troops with low Morale will have a dampened and grey toned glow.

In certain Battles, such as in the Scenario "The Water Temple", enemy Morale can be lowered by surprising them by descending upon their troops from a higher position. The loss of powerful troops can also negatively affect Morale.

Nomenclature

TMC Forest Minish Artwork.png Names in Other Regions TMC Jabber Nut Sprite.png
Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese やる気 (Yaruki) Motivation

References

  1. "Each army has a morale level. When morale is high, an army will glow brightly and become stronger. When morale is low, the army will look darkly shaded instead." — Tutorial (Hyrule Warriors)