The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild – How to defeat the divine beast Vah Medoh

Tired of watching Breath of the Wild’s Vah Medoh circle the sky and taunt you with his unreachable terminals? With this guide you will learn how to control the divine beast and turn it into a flying weapon of mass destruction against Ganon’s forces. Get ready to soar through the skies, face complex challenges and defeat the boss in style.

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How to get to Rito Village in Breath of the Wild

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Embark on a journey to the cold north until you see Lake Totori, where a magnificent rock pillar proudly presents the village of Rito. Along the route, you can unlock cartographic towers, visit sacred shrines, and even undertake intriguing side missions. When you arrive at Rito village, ascend to its zenith and converse with the venerable Kaneli to begin the main enterprise Medoh: the fierce beast of the winds.

Access Vah Medoh in Breath of the Wild

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As you embark on the mission to defeat the beast, your main objective is to obliterate the quartet of cannons positioned at the vertices of the barrier protecting the divine beast Medoh. All you need to bring them down is fire two bomb darts anywhere on the cannon.

Be mindful of the attacks that will be thrown your way, and to dodge them, simply toggle the glider on and off as needed, right when the cannon is ready to fire. The energy bar is unlimited so you don’t have to worry about waiting to use it again. If you happen to fall into the abyss, Teba will rush to save you and the brawl will pick up where you left off.

Once the four cannons are reduced to rubble, a cinematic follows, culminating in your entry into the divine beast.

How to activate all Vah Medoh terminals in Breath of the Wild

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Go to the divine beast’s tail and smash the eye there to access the first chest. Then enter the beast and shoot the eye on the right to remove a barrier and reach the area with the second chest. Finally, destroy the eye next to it to open the path to the third and fourth chests.

Then go to the terminal in the center of the map and examine it to gain control of the divine beast. From here, look right to discover the third eye and chest, then jump left to reach the first room in the left wing. Finally, take out the eye on the left to access the first terminal.

Back in the central room, use bombs and wind to activate the second terminal, then head to the left wing to destroy two eyes and find the third terminal. Tilt the wing to reach the fourth terminal on the right and hit the glass to open a door leading to the room in the right wing.

In the right wing, destroy the eye to drop the sixth chest, then hit the glass to open the windows and drop a top hat. Next, use the stunner on a crate to flip a switch and open the room containing the fifth terminal. Finally, tilt the wing parallel to access the seventh chest, climb to the top of the central room to activate the final terminal, and face the formidable Windblight Ganon.

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How to defeat Windblight Ganon in Breath of the Wild

Phase One: Brace yourself for cannon fire, because that’s the boss’s goal in this phase. You must also dodge his insidious whirlwind attack, which zigzags towards you like a drunk.

phase two: The real fun begins when the boss loses half his life. He will summon four satellites that act like mirrors and reflect his shots back at you. Do not worry; You can still dodge them if you have the right timing. Watch out, however, when the boss charges up for a Mega Shot, because those satellites will accumulate energy for him as if he were Goku. If you see this, take cover behind something sturdy.

Curtis Crabtree

Curtis Crabtree is a 24ssports U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Curtis Crabtree joined 24ssports in 2021 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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