The Zelda series is iconic for many reasons. Maybe it’s the puzzles you love, or the expansive worlds you get to adventure in. Perhaps you love exploring dungeons, or the sense of reward you get from opening a treasure chest. And then there’s the music. Many Zelda songs have become iconic in fans’ memories. Whether it’s that haunting opening theme of Ocarina of Time, or the Clock Town theme in Majora’s Mask, there’s something about the music in Zelda games that sticks with you long after you’re finished playing.
The Song of Storms from Ocarina of Time and Majora’s Mask (with a cameo appearance in Oracle of Seasons) is one such iconic song. The “Make it Rain” shirt is a popular one among fans. A memorable button combination is used to play the song in the N64 games, finding its way onto t-shirts… and now one fan-made plushie!
Geek Girl Fi is a crafty Zelda fan, creating plushies of the Triforce (a very huggable version) and a Piece of Heart, and now the Song of Storms. Fi explains her process in the video above and shows off the finished creation. On her website you can get a closer look at the step-by-step method (including pictures!) used to make the piece. She also includes a video for each of her fantastic creations, so check out her YouTube channel here for more!
What do you think of this detailed plushie of the Song of Storms? What other Zelda songs stick with you long after finishing the game?
You can see all of Geek Girl Fi’s creations (such as a plushie of the Notes from Banjo-Kazooie!) at her website here.