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First appearance The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds (2013)
Species Stalfos
Counterpart(s) Blind the Thief
Stalblind, The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds

Stalblind is the boss of Thieves' Town and Thieves' Hideout in The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds, seeming to be an undead Blind the Thief or a Lorulean equivalent. As with the original Blind, he is the only minor boss to be shown as capable of speech. He imprisoned the Thief Girl after she discovered Osfala's portrait, then lures Link into battle when he helps to free her.

At the beginning up the battle, Stalblind wields a massive sword and shield. At first, he acts purely defensively, holding up his shield to prevent Link attacking and staying transparent as he follows him around the arena. Link needs to Wall Merge to the shield, causing Stalblind to drop his guard in confusion and hold the shield behind him, allowing Link to emerge and attack his back. After this, Stalblind briefly vomits a torrent of black sludge at Link and them continues guarding, additionally beginning to make wide horizontal slashes with his sword; attacking him further will cause him to add a twirl and a backswing. Once he is damaged sufficiently, he gets rid of the shield, allowing him more room but also allowing Link to continue attacking.

At this point, Stalblind will follow Link around and do one of two attacks depending on his position. If Link is in front of him, he will do a vertical chop, and if he is behind him, he will do a Spin Attack, often following Link as he does so. Following enough damage to Stalblind, the battle's final phase begins, with his head detaching and vomiting an endless stream of black slime as it spins and ricochets around the arena, and the body slowly wandering and occasionally doing two or four consecutive vertical chops. Continuing to attack the body eventually defeats him, allowing Link and the Thief Girl to escape to the storeroom holding Osfala's portrait and a Heart Container.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese スタルブラインド