Colgera is the Scourge of the Wind Temple, it’s a gigantic flying worm capable of bringing a storm. You will need to defeat it during The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom’s main quests.
This boss will put your bow skills to the test! Use the winds to your benefit and shoot all of the boss’ weakspots to win the fight.
In this guide, we’ll tell you everything you need to know to take this boss down.
How to Bear Colgera in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom
Colgera is somewhat of an odd boss. On one hand, it’s pretty easy to take down quickly since you only need to land 6 good hits.
On the other hand, you are always in midair during the fight, which can be very disorienting and hard to control.
Colgera is a gigantic flying worm monster with 3 ice-like panels in its underbelly. Each one of these hides one of its three weakspots.
Use the winds and your Paraglider to maneuver yourself below Colgera, then pull out your bow and shoot at it. The first hit will break the ice-like panels, revealing the boss’ weakspot.
Shoot again to hit the weak point and you will take off a sixth of the boss’ health bar.
You also have the help of Tulin for this fight. Press A while you are gliding to activate Tulin’s Gust, which will give you a boost in mid-air.
Shoot all 3 weakpoints once and a short cutscene will play, signaling the change to the second phase.
However, the second phase is basically identical to the first one with one difference: Colgera has summoned tornadoes around the arena.
You will have to be more careful as you maneuver yourself since you have to avoid these tornadoes.
Other than that, the fight works the same way: get under the boss and shoot its weak spots with your bow. Shoot all 3 weak spots during this second phase to complete the fight.
Ideally, this boss will go down pretty easily. The damage your weapon deals doesn’t even matter, you just need to hit the right spots. This makes the fight faster than the other Scourges.
However, keep in mind that you will consume Stamina quickly while aiming during the fight since you will always trigger the slow-motion aiming mode.