Blupees are blue rabbit-shaped spirits that can be randomly found among the different maps of Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity. In this guide, learn what Blupees are, how to find Blupees, and how to catch Blupees.
Blupees are glowing blue rabbit-like creatures that were originally found in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. They make their reappearance in this game as a secret encounter that you may come across as you traverse the various maps of the game.
Blupees are extremely rare and hard to come by. They make their appearances in fixed locations across different maps but they are not guaranteed to spawn. Once you've noted a location where a Blupee shows up, you may retry the mission repeatedly to try and get the Blupee to respawn. With any luck, you'll soon encounter this small glowing creature.
If you really want to spot a Blupee for yourself, but aren't having a lot of luck, you could try entering a battle equipped with a weapon with the Increased Blupee Encounters seal.
The Increased Blupee Encounters seal is currently available on three different characters. The Great Fairies' Dazzling Bangles have it as their first hidden seal unlocked at Level 25, while Link's Forest Dweller Sword and Monk Maz Koshia's Monk's Bands have it as their second hidden seal unlocked at level 30.
Once you've spotted a Blupee, be wary of approaching it. These timid creatures tend to run away and despawn once you come close. Try to drive them into a corner so that they can't escape easily. A small reward from finding a Blupee can be obtained by attacking them. If you can successfully land a hit on these creatures, you'll get 100 Rupees.
If you really wanted to, you can attack them from a distance with ranged attacks, or using the Elemental Rods or the Remote Bomb Rune. It's not a huge amount, but if you are skilled enough to strike it, you will be rewarded!
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