Young Link

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This article is about the character in non-canon games. For the character from Ocarina of Time, see Link.
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Young Link
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Young Link in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

Title

Masked Youngster

Race

Gender

Male

Games

Related

In Other Languages[show]
Language Name
Japan 日本語 こどもリンク (Child Link)
France Française Link enfant (Child Link)
Spain Español Link niño (Child Link)

Young Link is the younger version of Link from Ocarina of Time and Majora's Mask and often appears as a playable character in non-canon games.

Appearances

Super Smash Bros. Melee

In Super Smash Bros. Melee, Young Link appears as a playable fighter. He can be unlocked by completing Classic or Adventure Mode with ten characters, or by taking part in 500 VS matches. His moveset is almost identical to Link, although he is smaller, faster, and more agile. He also uses Fire Arrows instead of the normal arrows.

There are also three trophies based on Young Link:

Image Name Description How to Unlock
Young Link Trophy.png Young Link Link's younger incarnation is often considered to be the true Link: he was a young boy in the very first Legend of Zelda game, and he has appeared as a youth in most of the subsequent games. Since his debut on the original NES in 1987, Link's appearance has changed over and over again, each time adding to the mystique of his incomparable story. Complete Classic Mode as Young Link
Young Link Trophy 2.png Young Link [Smash] Young Link is lighter and faster than his older self, and his Kokiri sword packs less punch. Even though his Boomerang has a shorter range, he has greater control over it. He's a smaller target, and while his Hookshot has less reach than older Link's, you can still use it in midair as a last ditch attempt to grab a ledge. Complete Adventure Mode as Young Link
Young Link Trophy 2 (Smash).png Young Link [Smash] With a youthful spring in his step, Young Link can perform amazing wall-jumps. Once he hits a wall, tap the Control stick in the opposite direction to send him leaping upward; you can practice to your heart's content in Target Test. His Spin Attack can strike multiple times even on the ground, and although it's hard to discern, so do his Bombs. Complete All-Star Mode as Young Link

Hyrule Warriors

Young Link is a playable warrior in Hyrule Warriors. His abilities and appearance are based on Majora's Mask, and he has both the Keaton Mask and the Fierce Deity's Mask with him. Like Link, Proxi speaks in his stead. In the Wii U game, he is unlocked as part of the Majora's Mask Pack DLC. In Hyrule Warriors Legends and the Definitive Edition, he is unlocked on Adventure Map G-9.

In Hyrule Warriors on the Wii U, Young Link drops the same materials as Link, which are Link's Boots as a silver material and Link's Scarf as a gold. In Legends and the Definitive Edition, he drops Young Link's Belt as a silver material and the Keaton Mask as a gold. Young Link is weak to darkness-element damage.

Weapon

Main article: Mask (Hyrule Warriors)

Young Link uses the darkness-element Fierce Deity's Mask as a weapon. As a child, he uses the Kokiri Sword to attack his foes. However, he can also put on his mask and turn into Fierce Deity Link. By using Focus Spirit, Young Link can stay as Fierce Deity for a longer period of time, allowing him to use Sword Beams and more powerful versions of his normal attacks. His strong attack (X / Y ) lets him play the Song of Time on his ocarina, which allows him to turn his SP gauge into Magic Power. If he uses his strong attack while his Magic Meter is full, he will instead playfully put on the Keaton Mask.

Badges

Main article: Badge Market

To complete all of Young Link's badges in Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition, the player must collect the following materials:

Bronze

Silver

Gold

Costumes

  • Standard
  • Great Sea
  • Koholint
  • Grand Travels
  • Lorule
Standard Outfit
HW Young Link Default.png
Location None
DLC Pack Majora's Mask Pack
Unlocked by default
Standard Outfit (Great Sea)
HW Young Link Great Sea.png
Location Great Sea Map G-9
DLC Pack --
Based on the Happy Mask Salesman

This costume is only available in Hyrule Warriors Legends and Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition

Standard Outfit (Koholint)
HW Young Link Koholint.png
Location Koholint Island Map C-7
DLC Pack Link's Awakening Pack
Based on the Red Clothes from Link's Awakening DX.
Standard Outfit (Grand Travels)
HW Young Link Grand Travels.png
Location Grand Travels Map H-2
DLC Pack Phantom Hourglass & Spirit Tracks Pack
Based on Alfonzo from Spirit Tracks
Standard Outfit (Lorule)
HW Young Link Lorule.png
Location Lorule Map D-16
DLC Pack A Link Between Worlds Pack
Based on Gulley from A Link Between Worlds
Standard Outfit
HW Young Link Default.png
Location None
DLC Pack Majora's Mask Pack
Unlocked by default
Standard Outfit (Great Sea)
HW Young Link Great Sea.png
Location Great Sea Map G-9
DLC Pack --
Based on the Happy Mask Salesman

This costume is only available in Hyrule Warriors Legends and Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition

Standard Outfit (Koholint)
HW Young Link Koholint.png
Location Koholint Island Map C-7
DLC Pack Link's Awakening Pack
Based on the Red Clothes from Link's Awakening DX.
Standard Outfit (Grand Travels)
HW Young Link Grand Travels.png
Location Grand Travels Map H-2
DLC Pack Phantom Hourglass & Spirit Tracks Pack
Based on Alfonzo from Spirit Tracks
Standard Outfit (Lorule)
HW Young Link Lorule.png
Location Lorule Map D-16
DLC Pack A Link Between Worlds Pack
Based on Gulley from A Link Between Worlds

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

Young Link returns as a playable character in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. He also has a fighter spirit, which can be unlocked by completing Classic Mode with Young Link or by purchasing it from the Vault Shop from 300G after unlocking him.

An Amiibo based on his appearance in Smash Bros. Ultimate was also released.

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