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This guide will show you how to beat Fire Keese, an enemy in the Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD for the Nintendo Switch. Read on to learn where to find Fire Keese, drops for beating it, as well as strategy for beating it.
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|How to Beat Fire Keese|
|You can stab the end by knocking it down with the same shield attack as a normal Keese.|
Fire Keese are a type of Keese that are found in Eldin Volcano. It engulfs itself with flames so be wary when fighting it with a Wooden Shield.
Like normal Keese, they sometimes hang upside-down, or fly around inside a cave or dungeon. They are also often found in groups. Normal attacks should easily defeat them without any problems.
Like most fire enemies, Fire Keese will burn Link when it lunges to you. When it does, roll over with a press on your Left Stick while moving to extinguish it.
|Sword||Skyward Strike||Spin Attack||Bomb|
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