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Throughout all the Zelda games, there are many outfits that Link can wear to help him get through his journey.

Starter Outfit

In almost all of the Zelda games, Link is usually just a regular person living in a village so he usually wears a village outfit which is paler than any of his other outfits. This hasn't got any powers though as its just the starter outfit, once you have got the classic green outfit you cannot change back to your starter outfit. This doesn't appear in such games as Majora's Mask, but does appear in Twilight Princess. It also appears in "The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, under the names Old Shirt and Well-Worn Trousers. These can be sold but for 2 rupees and cannot be enhanced by he Great Fairies.

Classic Green Outfit

In all the Zelda games, Link's main outfit is a green tunic and a green elf-like cap. This outfit is inspired by the character Peter Pan and this outfit does not have any powers either but it's mostly loved as its what Link is known for. The outfit doesn't develop as much as Link himself, it stays the same, the only differences about Link is his age (depending on what game and what console) and his hair colour (sometimes brown or blonde). His sword changes more in "The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword"

Blue Outfit / Zora's Outfit

This outfit doesn't appear in all the Zelda games but does appear in "The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time" and "The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess" this outfit is used to help Link breath underwater and for him to explore deeper within the ocean as for discovering the water temple in Lake Hylia. This outfit is usually given by the Zora's who are creatures that live in Lake Hylia. But in "The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker" blue is the colour of Link's starter outfit and in the newest Zelda game which is coming out March 2017 "The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild" it seems to be Link's starter outfit as well or could be his main outfit.

Red Outfit

This outfit doesn't appear as often as the blue outfit, it usually appears in the multi-player games, spin-offs of Zelda and "The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes" but it may make an appearance in "The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild" possibly to help Link explore the fire dungeon and can shield him from fire attacks.

Magic Armour

This outfit only appears in "The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess" the outfit makes Link invincible temporarily but it will take away 2 rupees every second. You can buy this once the Malo Mart is in Castle Town and its recommended for people who are having trouble which a certain boss and have a big wallet and lots of rupees. MagicArmour.png

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