Bosses in Twilight Princess
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Mini-boss and Boss Appendix
- Ook (and Baba Serpents) – Forest Temple
- King Bulblin
- Dangoro – Goron Mines
- Shadow Kargarok Rider – Lake Hylia (drained)
- Twilit Bloat – Lake Hylia (filled)
- Deku Toad (and Toados) – Lakebed Temple
- Skull Kid (and Puppets) – Sacred Grove
- Death Sword – Arbiter's Grounds
- Darkhammer – Snowpeak Ruins
- Darknut – Temple of Time
- Aeralfos – City in the Sky
- Phantom Zant – Palace of Twilight
- Twilit Parasite: Diababa
- Twilit Igniter: Fyrus
- Twilit Aquatic: Morpheel
- Twilit Fossil: Stallord
- Twilit Ice Mass: Blizzeta
- Twilit Arachnid: Armogohma
- Twilit Dragon: Argorok
- Usurper King Zant
- Ganon's Puppet Zelda
- Dark Beast Ganon
- Dark Lord Ganondorf
Diababa is a twist on Deku Baba. Also, the prefix "dia" can mean "two", like in "dialogue"; Diababa has two extra heads. "Diababa" could also be a play-on-words between Baba and diabolical, as the creature is shown to be evil and the cause of the corruption throughout the forest.
Stallord uses the prefix "stal-", meaning any animated skeleton, and the suffix "-lord", to make Stallord, meaning that Stallord is "Lord of the Stals". Stallord is the largest stal- encountered in the Zelda series, greatly surpassing the size of the Stalfos warriors in The Wind Waker.
Armogohma is a play on Armor, for the hard exoskeleton on this boss, or Armos (as in Armos Statue), for the large statues used to defeat her, and "Gohma", the insect-like boss that appears in several other Zelda games.
Argorok is a play on "Kargarok", the bird-like enemy that is common throughout the game, and the word "armor," as the boss is covered in a large amount of metal armor that breaks off during the fight.