YouTuber Conquered The Final Zelda DLC Boss Naked, With Three Hearts

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(Source: ©2017 Nintendo. The Legend of Zelda)

We bet he can make a shopping mall out of a toothpick.

The Champions’ Ballad DLC expands Breath of the Wild in several ways, starting with a new main story quest for you to take on after you’ve tamed all four Divine Beasts. The final challenge pairs you against Monk Maz Koshia, a mesmerizing warrior from the Sheikah tribe who employs traps and various ninja techniques to punish players.

YouTuber (and bad*ss gamer) DelicousTea Gaming decided to throw caution to the wind, however, and try to take Koshia on with only three hearts, no shoes, no shirt, and a dagger.

The fight is normally brutal, even for experienced players. It includes several distinct phases with Koshia imitating different fighting styles you’ve encountered elsewhere battling bosses throughout the game. It’s easy to say, most players would strategically enter this fight with ample hearts, the Master Sword, and a couple elixir buffs.


DeliciousTea could be considered ultra daring or completely careless, because he entered battle carrying none of those things. D.T. made short work of the first section where Koshia simply runs at you. In the second part though, DeliciousTea is clever to use the Sheikah Slate’s camera mode to lock onto the real Koshia among all the clones… and whoop him.

The final stage involves a ginormous Koshia launching ultra-spikey boulders at Link, stomping around like the baby from Spirited Away. Over the course of the fight, DeliciousTea burns through two and a half Ancient Short Swords but miraculously doesn’t get hit a single time.

The entire flawless fight takes roughly seven minutes! Check out more ridiculous Zelda DLC feats from DeliciousTea’s YouTube channel here.

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