User:Zelda101

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Hello. I am a very unpopular user. I am 10 and a girl.I love to draw and can draw Midna from the Twilight Princess very well.

Location

in the woods

Age

10

Games Complete

Twilight Princess

Games owned

Skyward Sword (half way there)

Twilight Princess


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Testing

The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess!
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Release Date

Nintendo Wii
USA Flag November 19th, 2006
Japan Flag December 2nd, 2006
Australia Flag December 7th, 2006
European Flag December 8th, 2006

Nintendo GameCube
Japan Flag December 2nd, 2006
USA Flag December 11th, 2006
European Flag December 15th, 2006
Australia Flag December 19th, 2006

Credits

Developer

Nintendo EAD

Producer

Shigeru Miyamoto

Director

Eiji Aonuma

Main article: Twilight Princess Staff

This game's story is believed to take place after The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask, when Zelda sent Link back in time to live out his childhood in The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time.

Story

Main article: Twilight Princess Story

Dungeons

Main article: Twilight Princess Dungeons

The dungeons, in order, are as follows:

Characters

Main article: Twilight Princess Characters

Twilight Princess features its own set of support charactes. The majority of them lives around Hyrule castle, Kakariko Village and Ordon Village.

Races

Main article: Twilight Princess Races

The races in Twilight Princess is to many degrees similar to the races of Ocarina of Time.

Enemies

Main article: Twilight Princess Enemies

Items

Main article: Twilight Princess Items

Locations

Main article: Twilight Princess Locations

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The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword!
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Release Date

European Flag November 18, 2011
USA Flag November 20, 2011
Japan Flag November 23, 2011
Australia Flag November 24, 2011

Credits

Developer

Producer

Director

The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword is the most recent game in the Zelda Series. The game is said to be the earliest in the Timeline as of now, taking place before Ocarina of Time. The game features the use of the Nintendo Wii MotionPlus to provide 1:1 motion controls, allowing players more accurate control to Link's Sword, items, and many other aspects of the game. The game was released worldwide throughout November 2011, with a special edition bundle being available in most regions that includes a Gold Wii Remote Plus bearing the Zelda symbol and a soundtrack containing a variety of orchestrated songs from The Legend of Zelda 25th Anniversary Symphony Concert. Skyward Sword is said to be the longest Zelda game in development.

Story

Main article: Skyward Sword Story

Long ago, the Goddess Hylia rescued her people from a great evil by sending them to the sky. Here, in Skyloft, they lived until the land below had been virtually forgotten, until the evil begins to resurface and plucks Zelda from the sky. Link, her childhood friend, must go down to the surface and prevent Lord Ghirahim from using her to fully revive his master. This story is a precursor to many elements in Ocarina of Time, such as the Master Sword.

Characters

The world of Skyward Sword features a vast array of both familiar and new faces from the series. The main characters that are featured include Link, Zelda (who is not of royalty this time around), and a new villain Demon Lord Ghirahim. Supporting characters have often been inspired by previous games often linking story elements with their new incarnations. There are a few character cameos from The Wind Waker, as well as Majora's Mask and Twilight Princess.


  • Major Characters
  • The Sky
  • Faron
  • Eldin
  • Lanayru
  • Other/Spoilers


Races

Skyward Sword contains a significant amount of races, just like previous 3D games in the Zelda series. Some of the races (like the Gorons) are taken from earlier games, but there are a lot of new races too. An example of a new race would be the Kikwi race, the inhabitants of Faron Woods.

Enemies

Skyward Sword features many enemies from previous games, but most of their tactics are reworked to make them more challenging. Each foe requires a certain amount of strategy to beat, discouraging players from mindlessly slashing their way through a dungeon. The Wii Motion Plus device allows for precise enough motion detection to simulate 1:1 swordplay, and as a result the combat system is significantly different from the earlier games. Many enemies will block sword strikes from certain directions, and sometimes you will have to strike in successive steps in order to beat an enemy.

Many of the enemy models are based on the enemies of A Link to the Past, like the similarities between the Bokoblins of Skyward Sword and the Moblins of A Link to the Past.


  • Common
  • The Sky
  • Faron
  • Eldin
  • Lanayru


Bosses

The bosses of Skyward Sword follow a pattern similar to those seen in previous games of the franchise. Each main dungeon features a final boss, and most of the dungeons also feature one or more minibosses within and throughout the dungeons, before the final boss. The only exception is The Imprisoned, which is fought in between various missions, in a dedicated arena named "The Sealed Grounds".

  • Bosses
  • Mini-Bosses

Items

Skyward Sword features fewer items than previous games like Twilight Princess and Ocarina of Time, but most of them are upgradable and/or customizable in many ways. To upgrade an item, Link will have to gather a required amount of selected collectibles. These collectibles are sometimes dropped by monsters just like in The Wind Waker, but sometimes they can be found scattered about the world as for example hidden treasures.

  • Swords
  • Equipment
  • Quest
  • Shields
  • Bottled Items
  • Medals
  • Items
  • Collection
  • Dungeon
  • Pick-Up

Locations

The main world of Skyward Sword is based around the floating city of Skyloft, which acts as a central hub - in many ways similar to how Clock Town acts as a central hub in Majora's Mask. Skyloft is surrounded by a vast sky dotted with small floating islands. Beneath the clouds lies the overworld, a land that will become the kingdom of Hyrule in later installments of the series. The overworld is divided into three separate and disjoint parts, each with its own unique scenery.


  • The Sky
  • Faron
  • Eldin
  • Lanayru


Dungeons

Here is a list of all the dungeons:

main page Skyward Sword Dungeons