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TP Blizzeta art.jpg
First appearance The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess (2006)
Latest appearance The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD (2016)
Species Freezard
Other form(s) Yeta
“Here...mirror. You look at it, uh... Uh... So pretty... Pretty... Uh... So pretty... NOT TAKE MIRROR!”
Yeta, The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess

Blizzeta is a giant glacial boss in The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess, appearing in Snowpeak Ruins. She is a monstrous form taken by Yeta after being corrupted by the dark power of a shard of the Mirror of Twilight placed in her bedroom. While Yeta first intends to give it to Link due to the trouble it seems to have caused her and Yeto, it influences her as she looks into it and turns her into a violent being with control over ice. She promptly encases herself in a giant ice sculpture, fills the room with ice while destroying the furniture, and the battle begins.

Blizzeta's first sculpture is a massive, icy Fabergé egg with an angry face on one side. While large enough to take up most of the room, this form acts like a giant Mini Freezard, bouncing around the room and freezing Link on contact as its sole attack. By using the Ball and Chain, Link can chip it down into smaller and smaller versions of itself. Once it gets small enough, it instead becomes a ballerina-like shape, which can summon a large ring of Mini Freezards around its "foot." It shoots out the Mini Freezards straight outwards, where they shatter immediately against the wall. While this can freeze and damage Link, they often drop hearts he can collect. After enough more hits with the Ball and Chain, the sculpture is destroyed.

Bizzeta's next sculpture is a large, windowed column of ice surrounded by a collection of smaller columns. She makes the columns follow Link from above while sending them down one at a time, leaving them embedded in the ground. After a few moments, she pulls them all up at once and sends them back down together as a ring around Link, then crashes her own column in the middle. Then, she lifts them all back up and starts the process over. Whenever the smaller columns are in reach, each can be destroyed by a single hit from the Ball and Chain, allowing Link an opening to escape the ring they make around him. Once outside it, he can use the Ball and Chain to attack Blizzeta's column, sending it against the wall and breaking it. She reforms it along with even more smaller columns to start again, but hitting her this way three times shatters the ice for good.

After the battle, both Yeta and the mirror shard are restored. Yeto then comforts her, and their love provides the battle's Heart Container.

Names in other languages[edit]


Language Name Meaning
Japanese フリザーニャ
Freezarnya; portmanteau of フリザド (Furizado, "Freezard") and マトーニャ (Matōnya, Yeta)

Twilit Ice Mass: Blizzeta[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese 覚醒大氷塊 フリザーニャ
Kakusei Dai Hyōkai Furizānya
Awakened Big Ice Block Freezarnya