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This article is about the character from Majora's Mask. For the second dungeon in The Legend of Zelda, see Level 2: The Moon.



Directly above Clock Tower

"I... I shall consume. Consume... consume everything.."

— The Moon

The Moon of Termina appears in Majora's Mask and plays a massive role in the game.

Majora's Mask

In Majora's Mask, the people appear to revere the Moon as in some ancient religions.[1] Near the beginning of the game, Link is informed that the Moon will fall on Clock Town in three days due to Skull Kid's actions while under Majora's control.[2][3][4] This leaves link only seventy-two hours to save the world, or else it will fall, and destroy Termina. Once Link has awakened all Four Giants and played the Oath to Order on top of the Clock Tower, they will come together to stop the Moon from falling. Link will then enter the Moon through his mouth.

Inside the Moon, there is a large, open field, with a tree. By the tree are four children, each with different masks. One with Odolwa's Remains, one with Goht's Remains, one with Gyorg's Remains, and one with Twinmold's Remains. There is also a lone fifth child with Majora's Mask on. If Link talks to the four children, they ask for masks. If Link gives them masks, they will play a mini-game with Link. Afterwards, they will ask for more masks. If Link does this with all four children, he will be left with only transformation masks. If Link speaks to the child wearing Majora's Mask following this, he will ask Link if he wants to play. He will then notice that Link has no masks left, and will give him the Fierce Deity's Mask. The battle with Majora will then commence inside a separate arena. After defeating Majora, the Moon returns to orbit (N64) or dissipates (Majora's Mask 3D), and Termina is saved.

Note that giving away the masks and playing the mini-games of the four children is not required to fight Majora or complete the game, but necessary to obtain the Fierce Deity's Mask.

Non-Canon Appearances

This section describes a subject that is or may be outside the core Zelda canon.

Hyrule Warriors

Great Fountain Fairy Special Attack.

The powered-up hookshot pulls a small version of Termina's Moon down into enemies, scattering and killing them; and the Great Fairy has a similar move with the Moon as her Special Attack.

The Termina Adventure Mode map involves the Moon as a major mechanic. There is a 72 "hour" countdown, and each time a stage is completed, one hour is subtracted and the moon grows closer. Once the countdown hits 0, the map is reset - all squares except the starting square, completed Owl Statue stages, and squares surrounding those stages are locked and the countdown returns to 72. Rewards and Item Cards received are not lost. Ranks achieved are also saved, so if a player previously unlocked a stage by achieving an "A" rank on an adjacent stage, the player would only need to complete that stage with any rank the next time around. The Song of Time Item Card can be used to reset the map at any time, and the Inverted Song of Time card will add 10 hours (10 stages) to the countdown.



  1. "The moon has long been considered a mystical body, which people have worshiped and feared.", Majora's Mask.
  2. "But lately, there is something quite strange with the moon. Strange, indeed... It seems as though the moon is being pulled down by something and is slowly drawing closer.", Majora's Mask.
  3. "My calculations suggest the moon will fall in another (var). I'm just hoping I was thinking too hard.", Majora's Mask.
  4. "Well, could you see it? This is no joke...the moon is actually falling!", Majora's Mask.