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Yiga Blademaster

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Yiga Blademaster
BotW Yiga Blademaster Model.png
Race/SpeciesSheikah
Game(s)
Habitat(s)Hyrule
Yiga Clan Hideout
Health400
Attack(s)Windcleaver slashes
Stone pillars
SpoilsWindcleaver
Mighty Bananas
Amber
Opal
Topaz
Ruby
Sapphire

Yiga Blademasters are enemies in Breath of the Wild.

Characteristics

Hyrule Compendium Entry

135 (140) Yiga Blademaster
BotW Hyrule Compendium Yiga Blademaster.png
Description
These are the elite soldiers of the Yiga Clan. They favor the windcleaver blade and are extremely agile despite their bulky build. At this Yiga Clan rank, they have mastered a technique that allows them to manipulate the very earth. By striking the ground, they can create stone pillars and blasts of air.
Common Locations
Unknown
Recoverable Materials
Amber Opal Topaz Ruby Sapphire Mighty Bananas

Yiga Blademasters are the elite soldiers of the Yiga Clan.[1] They can be found patrolling the Yiga Clan Hideout. If Link is spotted intruding the hideout, they will close all doors and exits while calling in back up. Yiga Blademasters attack with Windcleavers that send blasts of air at long distances. They can also create fissures that produce updrafts that Link can use to glide before a stone pillar emerges from them. A shot to the head with the Bow can stun Yiga Blademasters, opening them for attacks. When defeated, they flee while leaving behind their Windcleaver and Mighty Bananas. After defeating Master Kohga, Yiga Blademasters will randomly appear all around Hyrule attempting to assassinate Link.

During the Side Quest, "The Stolen Heirloom", Link must defeat a Yiga Blademaster in order to retrieve the heirloom that grants access to the Lakna Rokee Shrine.[2]

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  1. "These are the elite soldiers of the Yiga Clan. They favor the windcleaver blade and are extremely agile despite their bulky build. At this Yiga Clan rank, they have mastered a technique that allows them to manipulate the very earth. By striking the ground, they can create stone pillars and blasts of air." — Hyrule Compendium (Breath of the Wild)
  2. "It turned out that the heirloom thieves who struck Impa's manor belonged to the Yiga Clan. The incident was revenge for Dorian attempting to leave the guild of assassins. After you solved the problem, you returned the heirloom and discovered a new ancient shrine." — N/A (Breath of the Wild)