Breath of the Wild's Champions' Ballad DLC Hides A Ton of Secret Dialogue

In Breath of the Wild’s main game, you don’t get to see much of Mipha, Revali, Urbosa, or Daruk. If you play through the new DLC, The Champions’ Ballad, you do get some new cutscenes, though it still might not feel like enough. Turns out, you can challenge the Divine Beasts again in the DLC for a bunch of new exchanges, and they’re very easy to miss. (Spoilers ahead.)

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GameXplain captured 11 minutes’ worth of new Divine Beast dialogue in the new DLC, and it’s well-worth a listen (especially since I assume most of us won’t be re-challenging the Divine Beasts any time soon). Some of the dialogue is a hoot, but some of it is depressing, too. Revali for example remarks that nobody in his village probably knows him anymore, though some of his other dialogue muses on how much he would have liked to fight you, because of course.

And, geeze, it’s just heartbreaking to hear Mipha reminisce on old times:

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And Urbosa teases you about the costume you use to visit Gerudo Village:

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Just more proof that the Champions are the best.

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Spartanjohn113
Spartanjohn113

Was it too much to hope for this DLC to be post-game content that used the champions to help rebuild? Zelda is no long trapped and it would have been compelling to see her work to restore her kingdom while bringing safety to the residents of Hyrule. Hell, she could have been the character it focused on with her using the Sheikah Slate in place of Link.