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Blaino OoS sprite.png
Sprite of Blaino from The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons
First appearance The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening (1993)
Latest appearance Game & Watch: The Legend of Zelda (2021)
“I'm da legendary champ, Blaino! You want somt'in'? Den earn it in da ring! Will you bet 10 Rupees?”
Blaino, The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons

Blaino is a fighter who wears huge boxing gloves and a luchador mask. He is capable of punching either light or strong.


The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening[edit]

Blaino LA sprite.png

In The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening, Blaino is the primary guardian of Turtle Rock, being the only one of the numerous guardians encountered within to be unique to it, not respawn, and create a two-way warp to the entrance. He can only be effectively attacked with the sword, which he blocks from the front with his mitts. Blaino has three attacks, which are a normal (and often repeated) punch to knock Link back, a quick, long punch to stun him, and a charged uppercut that sends him all the way back to the dungeon's entrance if it connects. Once he is beaten, the path to the Magic Rod opens.

The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons[edit]

In The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons, Blaino appears as both a miniboss and typical non-playable character, operating out of a gym in North Horon. He speaks in a stereotypical Boston accent. Prior to meeting him, he had taken Ricky's Gloves after Ricky lost a match to him. To get Ricky's help, Link must first acquire the gloves from Blaino, who offers them as a prize to anyone who beats him in the ring. To challenge him, he must be paid 10 Rupees, and he forbids items and Rings to be used in battle against him in favor of bare fists. If Link breaks this rule, the match automatically ends and Blaino raises the reentry fee to 20 Rupees. Blaino is capable of his normal and long punches, and whoever gets knocked out of the ring loses. After Blaino loses, he gives Link the gloves and can be challenged again to win 30 Rupees per match (minus the entry fee). At the end of the game when Din sets the seasons back in order, Blaino and Ricky can be seen having a rematch at Ricky's home.


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese マイトパンチ
Might Punch
Spanish Blaino -
French Blaino -
Dutch Blaino -
German Boxos
Italian Blaino -
Russian Блейно
Korean 마이트 펀치
Maiteu Peonchi
Might Punch
Chinese (Simplified) 拳击怪
Quánjí Guài
Boxing Monster
Chinese (Traditional) 拳擊怪
Quánjí Guài
Boxing Monster