Sage of Spirits, Sage of Winds, Amber Sage, Goddess of the Sand






Golden Goddesses (creators)
Demoko (sibling)
Solahrasin (sibling)
Maphaeus (sibling)
Malkorbagia (sibling)
Sulkaris (sibling)
Evaleen (sibling)


Dawn of Hyrule


126 AG
Death Mountain



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Kovaloo was one of the first seven sages of the Goddesses, created at the dawn of Hyrule to defend the Triforce.


Kovaloo's name predates many Hyrulean languages. It is possible the Ancient Hylian words kovala (free, unrestricted) and valoo (wind) were derived from her name. Kovaloo is also the Gerudo word for God or Goddess, also likely derived from her name.


Stained glass depiction of Kovaloo in Hyrule Castle.

Physical AppearanceEdit

In the Book of Mudora, Kovaloo is described as "formed slithering from her inception, she whirled and wreathed like the winds she was given to command. Once aware she settled and clothed herself in form". It is assumed Kovaloo is likely a being composed entirely of wind and movement and was dressed in clothing. Portrayals of her in later ages usually depict her as a reptilian, snake like humanoid often clothed in orange and brown.

Powers and AbilitiesEdit

Kovaloo was given the ability to control and manipulate the wind, as well as guide spirits of the dead. She can summon forth cyclones and other powerful natural forces with the wind. Kovaloo displays her power over the winds upon her arrival on Death Mountain, where she and her armies use the sandy storms of the Gerudo Desert to mask their entrance and create confusion on the battlefield. During the fight, Kovaloo is seen manipulating the winds during her attack, using them in conjunction with her scimitars, racing around the fight and slaying any that dare question her power.


Kovaloo's personality was not described in great detail in the Book of Mudora. It is implied in the Book of Mudora that she was fond of secrets and gossip.


Creation of HyruleEdit

Kovaloo was the seventh and final Sage to be created by the Golden Goddesses. She was created to guide those that operated the engines of the Goddesses. She participated in battle against many of the Druthulidi that were corrupting the creation of Hyrule. When the Goddesses initiated their purge of Hyrule, it was said that she cleansed the world of the corpses that had fallen during battle with the Druthulidi, guiding their spirits away from Hyrule and into the void.

Post CreationEdit

With Hyrule in its infancy Kovaloo returned to the Sacred Realm and watched over the Triforce, awaiting for the Trilith so that it may be passed on to mortals.

When the Trilith awoke into Hyrule, Kovaloo, five of the other Sages, and the three Oracles passed the Triforce unto them and placed it in their care. Kovaloo taught mortals the concepts of an afterlife, her guiding of their spirits, as well as the nature of the Golden Goddesses themselves. Her work complete, Kovaloo departed to the west into the winds. It is said that she still participates in the guiding of dead spirits into the sunset each day.

There is no record of how or when Kovaloo chose Yaraxonal to be her successor. It is possible that there may have been another forgotten sage in the line between the two. Kovaloo is often worshiped by the Gerudo as a major deity, considering her a Goddess in her own right. In later eras she is often associated with travel, exploration, trade, and eternal life.

In truth, Kovaloo and the other six Sages despised and warred with one another, as well as with the Druthulidi for control of the Triforce and dominion over Hyrule and its mortals, eventually coming to a tenuous truce. Sulkaris, an opponent of their plans, was exiled rather than killed to preserve the myth that the First Sages were immortal.

The Return of Sulkaris Edit

In 127 AG, after the deaths of Malkorbagia and Maphaeus, Kovaloo and her armies arrive at Death Mountain to kill Sulkaris, but collide with the armies of Solahrasin, Evaleen, and Demoko. Spurred by their hatred of one another, the First Sages attack one another as well as the local Gorons rather than ally against Sulkaris.

When Demoko fires the Aura, Kovaloo and her armies are annihilated, except for the Spirit Medallion from which she drew her powers. The Spirit Medallion is subsequently recovered by the Gohma.

Preceded by:
Title created
Sage of Spirits
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Sage of Winds
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