Nintendo continues to add unique experiences to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild as players discover an amusing way to defeat Maz Koshia.
The game received multiple praises from gamers and critics alike. Players agree that the open-ended combat system and use of items keep the gameplay unique most of the time.
This is even applicable when going against mini-bosses like the Guardians and the tough Lynels. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild players can usually exploit their weaknesses and deal massive damage before the opponent can retaliate.
New Bosses With The New DLC
Gamers who have already finished the game and the first expansion have probably anticipated the release of the second DLC. Nintendo recently launched the Champion's Ballad for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild during the Game Awards 2017 event a few weeks ago.
Fans will be glad to know that Champion's Ballad reportedly offers an extension to the game's lore that is supposedly worth a standalone game in itself. The latest expansion offers new activities, content, new challenges and bosses along the way.
An Amusing Flaw
Players recently discovered an interesting way to take down one of the expansion's new bosses. The Monk Maz Koshia is apparently a tough boss battle, but his weakness for a certain inventory item can spell an easy victory for Link.
According to Cinema Blend, players can score a pre-emptive strike against the final boss with the use of Mighty Bananas. That's right, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild: Champion's Ballad's last boss can be distracted with a humble fruit.
Once the item has been placed on the ground, Maz Koshia's attention would shift to the food item and leave him open for an attack. Link can then opt to land a powerful blow to gain an advantage throughout the fight.
Weakness Included In The Game's Lore
The game's story even includes a hint regarding the boss' weakness for Mighty Bananas. The in-game lore talks about the Yiga Clan. Members of the group are apparently crazy over the yellow fruit and usually drop the items after they are defeated.
The Monk Maz Koshia is reportedly from the Sheikah Tribe, Comic Book noted. After splitting off from the Yiga Clan, the members presumably retained their taste for Mighty Bananas. Therefore, it becomes understandable why the boss chooses to ignore Link and go for the fruits instead.
Meanwhile, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild was recently recognized as the best game of 2017, which a lot of gamers probably agree with.
Gamers can enjoy the aforementioned boss fight with Maz Koshia with the Champion's Ballad DLC, which is now available for the Nintendo Switch and Wii U. The developer has not yet shared any plans for future content or the next installment of the franchise.