Twinrova is a boss in The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages and The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons. Koume and Kotake are twin witches that have the powers of fire and ice, respectively.


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Artwork of Twinrova

In the first regular game in a Linked Game session, Koume and Kotake first appear in the guise of an elderly woman to dissuade Link from pursuing his quests against Veran or Onox, depending on who Link tackles first. They once again appear before the final confrontation with that villain, revealing themselves to be in fact Koume and Kotake before flying off once again. After defeating one of the two villains, it is revealed that he/she lit their corresponding Flame of the Dark Rites, which is needed to revive their surrogate son, Ganon. Veran's sowing of misery lights the Flame of Sorrow, while Onox's rampage lights the Flame of Destruction.

It is revealed that Twinrova were in fact using Veran and Onox as unwitting pawns in an attempt to light these said flames and resurrect Ganon. To complete these, they also kidnapped Princess Zelda in order to sacrifice her and light the third and final Flame of Despair. Link intervenes, however, and rescues Zelda after confronting the witches. Desperate, they sacrifice themselves as a replacement for Zelda, but since they were not pure of heart, Ganon was revived as a mindless, raging monster rather than his old, cunning self.

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Phase One

Played out in a similar fashion to how Link battles Koume and Kotake in The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, Link must hit the ice magic attack that Kotake sends out at Koume and hit the fire magic attack that Koume sends out at Kotake. It only takes three shots in all to defeat them. Instantly after their defeat, the two join together to form Twinrova.

Phase Two

Link takes out his Scent or Mystery Seeds with the Hyper Slingshot or Seed Shooter. If Twinrova is in her fire form, Link needs to avoid falling into the lava pools scattered throughout the battlefield; if Twinrova is in her ice form, giant ice clusters fly around the room and ricochet off the walls, damaging Link if they hit him, and the floors are icy and Link has trouble getting a good footing unless he uses the Snowshoe Ring. After he attacks her enough, she will face Link, revealing both of her fire and ice side at once. Link uses his Hyper Slingshot/Seed Shooter to shoot her with the scent/mystery seeds. After being hit several times, she is defeated, and unable to sacrifice Zelda; however, she makes an impromptu sacrifice of herself to revive Ganon.



The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons manga

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While Link is heading to fight General Onox, Koume and Kotake disguise themselves as old women in order to throw Link, Maple and Ricky into a trap. After Veran is defeated and the Flame of Sorrow is lit, Koume and Kotake immediately sacrifice themselves to light the last Flame of Despair, without fighting nor merging into Twinrova beforehand.

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