The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess

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Twilight Princess
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United States November 19, 2006
Japan December 2, 2006
Australia December 7, 2006
Europe December 8, 2006
South Korea August 27, 2008

Japan December 2, 2006
United States December 11, 2006
Europe December 15, 2006
Australia December 19, 2006

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The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess (トワイライトプリンセス) is the 13th installment in The Legend of Zelda series. This game's story takes place after the Child Ending of Ocarina of Time, when Zelda sent Link back in time to prevent the events of Ocarina of Time and allowed Link to live out his childhood.

Story

Main article: Twilight Princess Story

Link lives a peaceful life in Ordon Village as a goat herder and animal wrangler. He is a valuable friend to both the village and forest. One day Link is given the opportunity to visit Castle Town as an envoy to present a specially crafted sword to the royal family. Before Link embarks, however, tragedy strikes the village and he is forced to leave his tranquil life behind. Link must venture forth into the vast land of Hyrule to bring peace back to his village and, along the way, uncover the secret behind the mysterious Twilight.

Dungeons

There are ten Dungeons in Twilight Princess - nine are mandatory and one is optional. The dungeons, in order, are as follows:

Characters

Main article: Twilight Princess Characters

Twilight Princess features its own set of support characters, most of whom live around either Hyrule Castle, Kakariko Village, or Ordon Village.

Ashei (25) A member of the Resistance, a group of people seeking to restore Hyrule.

Auru (60) Senior member of the Resistance.

Barnes (39) A resident of Kakariko Village and owner of the bomb shop.

Beth (10) A young girl in Link's village who is the daughter of Hanch and Sera.

Borville (?) The Castle Town's only medical doctor who has excellent credentials, but is biased and often unhelpful.

Chudley (32) Runs a very swanky store in Castle Town.

Colin (9) The son of Rusl and Uli. He is meek, mild and timid, but good-natured like his parents.

Coro (16) A gatekeeper living in a cottage and eking out a subsistence in Ordon Woods, Coro is content with his primitive surrounding. City dwellers refer to him as a "bumpkin". Coro is the younger brother of Iza and the older brother of Hena.

Fado (17) Works with Link in the same farmhouse.

Falbi Is a former circus member. He's begun a small business awarding fabulous prizes for those who can grab a Cucco by the legs and pilot it to a small platform down on Lake Hylia,

Fyer Is a former circus member. He's recently started his own small business firing folks from a cannon. He's a great mechanic specializing in rebuilding old cannons.

Hanch (40) Beth's father and Sera's husband. He runs the only commodity shop in the village.

Hena (14) Sister to Iza and Coro. She takes an active and healthy enjoyment in fishing.

Ilia (16) Daugther of Bo, the mayor of Ordon Village, and close friend of Link. She has a cheerful disposition, and is always gentle and kind.


Races

The races in Twilight Princess are similar to those of Ocarina of Time, but also feature the addition of new races.

Enemies

  • Ordona
  • Faron
  • Eldin
  • Lanayru
  • Desert
  • Peak
  • Temple of Time
  • City in the Sky
  • Twilight Realm

Mini-Bosses

Bosses

Items

  • Equipment
  • Upgrades
  • Items
  • Collectibles
  • Dungeon
  • Quest
  • Golden Bugs
  • Bottle
  • Scents
  • Fishing
  • Objects
  • Skills

Locations

  • Ordona Province
  • Faron Province
  • Eldin Province
  • Lanayru Province
  • Desert Province
  • Peak Province
  • Other


Merchandise

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Game Intro

American Wii Commercial

American Wii Commercial

European Wii Commercial

Japanese Wii Commercial

Japanese Commercial

Japanese Commercial