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How to beat Air and Lightning - Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity Guide

How to beat Air and Lightning - Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity Guide
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Tips, tricks, and a walkthrough for the mission.

How to beat Air and Lightning - Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity Guide

The Air and Lightning mission in Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity is a sister mission to Water and Fire. Players must save champions Rito and Urbosa from Calamity Ganon's elemental shards.

The Four Locations

When the mission starts, you'll be told to fight off enemies and make your way to Vah Naboris to help Urbosa.

Saving Urbosa - Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity
Saving Urbosa

Split up with your ally and head to the east point. From here you'll need to drop down from a certain spot to reach a Black Moblin underneath (see below image).

Where to find the Black Moblin in the Air and Lightning mission - Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity
Where to find the Black Moblin in the Air and Lightning mission

After that, the other points are easy to find. You'll face two Fire Moblins and an Ice Moblin, which are weak to Ice and Fire Wands, respectively.

The Electric Feeling

After you dispose of the four enemies and start to head toward Vah Naboris, you'll meet an Electric Lynel located in the spot below on the map.

The path to the Lynel - Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity
The path to the Lynel

Dispose of the Ice Wizzrobe on the way if you need to replenish your Ice Wand meter.

The Electric Lynel - Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity
The Electric Lynel

Stay out of the Lynel's radius when he uses his electric barrage attack, and use Cryonis when he charges. You'll also get a chance to use remote bombs to break his defense.

Enter the Divine Beast after disposing of the enemy.

Entering Vah Naboris - Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity
Entering Vah Naboris

The Belly of the Divine

Now things get a little serious. Thunderblight Ganon is very fast and will split into three parts halfway through the battle. You can either ignore those parts and keep going at him (I did) or get rid of them first.

Thunderblight Ganon - Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity
Thunderblight Ganon

He has a few attacks. Dodge backward out of the way if glowing circles appear. Otherwise, look out for balls of electricity. He moves super fast so use remote bombs when he's far away and Stasis to slow him down.

Watch out for a three-pronged attack when all three of the baddies leave the ground.

A Wild Riju Appears

Once you take care of Thunderblight Ganon, you can now control Riju. Two waypoints will appear. Head east and send your ally to the other point.

Two new waypoints - Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity
Two new waypoints

You'll face a Fire Hinox at the east waypoint, and it's the hardest fight in the game yet. The problem is that when he sumo slams, it's hard to dodge because things catch on fire. He is, however, susceptible to the Ice Wand, and his attacks mirror previous incarnations.

Once you finish him off, you'll face an Ice Hinox, who is conversely weak against the Fire Wand.

The Ice Hinox - Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity
The Ice Hinox

Another Lynel

On the path to rescue Revali, you'll face off against a White-Maned Lynel. Use elemental rods to finish him off quickly, as time should be growing short to meet up with Revali and Vah Medoh.

White-Maned Lynel - Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity
White-Maned Lynel

Gone with the Windblight

Windblight Ganon is your next big objective. Dodge backwards when he bombards the ground, and avoid his laser blasts. His tornado attack is a little easier to avoid but takes away a lot of health.

Look for Stasis cues and he'll be finished in no time.

Windblight Ganon - Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity
Windblight Ganon

Vah Medoh and the Outpost Attack

Once you take care of Windblight Ganon, you'll find yourself piloting Vah Medoh, tasked with destroying 44 outposts in six minutes.

This isn't difficult in itself but remember to switch views with Y to better shoot at the outposts, which glow white. When time starts to tick down they'll show up as objectives on the map.

Piloting Vah Medoh - Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity
Piloting Vah Medoh

To add to the confusion, Windblight Ganon returns, forcing you to use valuable time to destroy him (again). Hold down L and use lasers, and then use the Cannon Barrage, and alternate until you've destroyed everything.

Also, the special charge attack can take out a majority of the outposts if you're positioned correctly. Once you destroy the last one, the mission is over.

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