Category: The Legend of Zelda

The Triforce of Courage grants each incarnation of Link with the bravery necessary to vanquishing evil and saving Hyrule from destruction. Link’s courage manifests itself in different ways throughout the series as well. Whether it’s Link venturing to the unexplored Surface to rescue Zelda in Skyward Sword, or Link turning back time to save Termina within three days in Majora’s Mask, each iteration of Link has courage that is a core component of his personality and his actions. That’s all…

Hey there! Welcome back to Artists of Legend, everyone! We have more great artwork to share this week, and if you have the time and would like to participate, we have another challenge for you. I’m always looking for new ideas for weekly challenges! If you have one that might be fun and interesting, let me know – it might show up at some point. Now, let’s get right into everything! Submitted Artwork Last week, we asked you to create…

There are several things I can always count on to start a new year: first, the bitter cold of the American Midwest; second, Hockey season in full swing. And finally, I have a full week of gaming speedruns to watch! The AGDQ 2020 speedrunning marathon has come and gone, having raised $3.16 million for the Prevent Cancer Foundation. Among many notable runs, one of the highlights was the Legend of Zelda relay race. Nine runners went head-to-head, trying to finish…

The Legend of Zelda is renowned for its colorful cast of characters, some certainly more popular than others! For our Daily Debate today, I wanted to consider characters that are painted in a bad light but could simply be misunderstood. Take Ingo from Lon Lon Ranch for example; he is often perceived as an unlikable bully who sides with the enemy. There is a lot of evidence from Ocarina of Time to support this. He renames Lon Lon Ranch as…

The idea of a Zelda crossover game that blends gameplay and graphic styles to create an all new experience with the quintessential Zelda charm that the series is known for has always appealed to me. There are so many possibilities! And with unique spinoffs like Hyrule Warriors and Cadence of Hyrule doing just that, it got me thinking of other potential crossover options. There are many combinations that I think would create an amazing crossover, but the one that I…

This year’s Linktober — the popular month-long art challenge celebrating fanart inspired by the Zelda series — may still be many away, but there’s no time like the present to support an awesome project! Linktober founder Joel Siegal has launched a Kickstarter campaign to create 100 Linktober enamel pins for artists and supporters to wear, as well as keychains and stickers. The pins are approximately 1.5 inches in size, die cast, and soft enamel. The initial goal of the Kickstarter…

A new decade may now be upon us, but we at Zelda Dungeon wanted to take one final look at the decade that was before we shut the door on it completely. The 2010’s can be seen as a rollercoaster ride for The Legend of Zelda, full of many euphoric highs and a few disappointing lows. But with all things said and done, it’s hard to look back at the past ten years and say that the series didn’t experience…

Recently, we reported on KamuiCosplay’s DIY tutorial video on how to create your very own Master Sword. While it is a truly amazing feat to be able to create your very own sword, how about we take a look at something a little different? From the maker of the massive fist hammer, we have a special miniaturized version of “the blade of evil’s bane”. Art metal forger Bonn has taken half a pencil and an M4 screw and crafted Link’s…

Have you ever wanted to take on darkness and evil yourself? Is playing through the eyes of Link just not good enough? Well, you’ll be happy to know that cosplay designer and Youtuber KamuiCosplay has created her very own guide to a DIY Master Sword. Using high density foam and a large blueprint, she crafts the sword from scratch, adding stylistic touches such as the weaving around the grip and the Triforce symbol. The project is hefty but is completed…

Greetings, and welcome back to Artists of Legend. We have more great artwork to share this week, and if you have the time and would like to participate, we have another challenge for you. I’m always looking for new ideas for weekly challenges! If you have one that might be fun and interesting, let me know – it might show up at some point! Now, let’s get right into everything! Submitted Artwork Last week, we asked you to create artwork…