Category: Zelda Fan Content

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…

Outset Island from The Wind Waker is Link’s home on the massive Great Sea. This location is not just a starting point for our hero’s adventure, but where the family and the community he cares about the most reside. That’s why the sounds of Outset Island carry a strong significance to both Link and the player. Those sounds get turned around a bit in Lofi Waifu’s lofi piano remix of the Outset Island theme from The Wind Waker. This wonderful…

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild introduced many would-be fan favorite characters to the world of Zelda, not least of all was the accordion-playing Rito, Kass. Since his memorable first appearance, fans and artists alike have tried to bring Kass to life through their art, whether it be music, animation, or beyond. This adorable Kass plush was crafted by artist Moko as a commission for Twitter user TheNeverWolf (some content may be suggestive). Aside from its everlasting cuteness,…

What does home sound like? It is a question that musicians and video game / film composers tried to answer for decades. Link’s hometown has played a key role in many Zelda games, including The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker. The game’s Outset Island serves as the home of Link’s family and the launching point for his wondrous adventure. Both Outset Island’s scenery and music exude a sense of joy, comfort, and warmth. This ambient cover of “Outset Island”…

Grab your cooking pots and lids because, in this awesome new video, YouTube creator Pwnapplez shows us how to make the Rock Sirloin dish from Majora’s Mask. Rock Sirloin is a Goron delicacy that is said to have come from Dodongo’s Cavern; and in Majora’s Mask, Darmani III was known for loving the rough and rocky dish. The Goron themselves state that he was unable to die unless he had eaten 1000 Rock Sirloins. In this new edition of Cucco’s…

I have heard plenty of Zelda remixes throughout my time here at Zelda Dungeon. Everything from the most iconic tunes to lesser-appreciated scores, it’s more than likely been covered by the series’ talented fan base. That’s why I’m surprised to have found a remix to a Zelda song that I’m shocked I haven’t run into sooner. And this one’s all about that glorious melody of the shining sun from Ocarina of Time. This funk remix of the “Sun’s Song” from…

A music mashup can be like having a pickle with a pastrami sandwich. You wouldn’t think two completely different items could clash together so well, but for some reason they just do. So take it from us when we say that you wouldn’t think cake, beaches, and the Zelda series could mesh together so well. The Chongo Show provides this musical mashup of Super Smash Bros. for 3DS/Wii U‘s reworked version of the Dark World theme and a cover of DNCE’s…

Weapon recreation has been a hobby for tons of fandoms for decades now. Whether paired with cosplay, created to be sold, or simply a means of celebrating a franchise, the feat of actualizing the imaginary should not be overlooked. Any fan creation of such magnitude speaks to the great passion and love harbored for a franchise. For the past two years, reddit user tomvdcr has been utilizing pvc pipe and foam to create weapons from Breath of the Wild and Twilight…

Following the 2017 release of a synth tribute to some of Ocarina of Time‘s best tracks, musician Marble Pawns gives the same treatment to Majora’s Mask with “Z E L D A W A V E I I“. Marble Pawns gets right to the core of soothing music, mixing the beautiful sounds of Link’s Terminian adventure with the retro touch of synth wave. Whether you need some tunes to relax to after a hard day of work or just something…

Entering the corridors of a dungeon for the first time in the original The Legend of Zelda can be a chilling experience. It’s at that moment when a player truly understands the danger of their quest, and nothing sells that understanding more than the music that plays once one enters the labyrinth. The eerie sense of dread one feels when hearing the Dungeon theme helps a hero get ready to journey into the unknown. That feeling is still present in this…