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This guide will show you how to beat Magma Spume, an enemy in the Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD for the Nintendo Switch. Read on to learn where to find Magma Spume, drops for beating it, as well as strategy for beating it.
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|How to Beat Magma Spume|
|Since you cannot approach and attack, defeat it with a projectile using a bow or Skyward Strike.|
Magma Spume are hard-to-reach enemies that can be defeated by using ranged weapons such as bombs. They shoot fireballs that can easily be avoided by moving around. As it is found in Eldin Volcano, use the fiery environment to your advantage!
After you get the Bomb Bag, you can throw bombs to instantly defeat Magma Spumes. As the area is covered in lava, Bombs will explode the moment it touches the surface, so aim freely around the Magma Spume.
It will be significantly easier to defeat Magma Spumes once you get the Bow, as it is a one-shot to these enemies.
While you are in Earth Temple, you will come across rolling boulders that lets you traverse the lava. Running over a Magma Spume with this boulder will kill it instantly. Because it also moves away as you approach it, find a place where Magma Spumes cannot outrun you.
|Sword||Skyward Strike||Spin Attack||Bomb|
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