The Adventure of Link Characters

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- As Link remained to stay in Hyrule after slaying Ganon, one day a mysterious mark appeared on his 16th birthday. It was the mark of the Triforce, the piece of Courage to be exact. After soon finding out the real legend behind the Triforce and of Hyrule, Link was destined to wake Zelda and retrieve the Triforce of Courage in the Great Palace.
- The princess of Hyrule. Zelda had a spell cast upon her to put her in a very deep sleep since she would not speak on the location of the Triforce. Impa shows Link the situation, making him have to go on a journey to receive the third piece of the Triforce. Only the complete Triforce would wake her from her eternal slumber.
- Impa is Zelda's nursemaid. Impa is the one that showed Link his destiny about the Triforce and gave him the six crystals and a scroll to venture the six palaces. After he puts the six crystals in the six well-guarded palaces, Link must go to to the Great Palace and recover the Triforce of Courage.
Prince of Hyrule
- After the king died, the Prince was to become king. However, he only got a part of the Triforce. Only Zelda knew where the other parts of the Triforce were, so he questioned her. She would not talk, so he had a magician who was close to the king make her talk. Shocked, the magician put a sleeping spell on her. In his shame, the Prince of Hyrule locked the sleeping Zelda away in North Castle, and sentenced that every girl born in the royal house from that point will be named Zelda.
Evil Wizard
- Since Zelda would not speak the location of the Triforce of Courage, the Evil Wizard was hired by the Prince of Hyrule. He casts a sleeping spell on her that will make her sleep forever unless Link finds the Triforce of Courage. The Evil Wizard dies shortly after casting the spell on the princess.
Wise Men
- A total of eight Wise Men can be found throughout Hyrule. One is found in every town. They teach Link a new Spell every time he finds a new one.
- Two Knights can be found in Hyrule. Both are found in different towns. They both teach Link a new sword technique: The Upward Thrust and the Downward Thrust.
- Ever since Link defeated Ganon a few seasons earlier, some of his minions still remained. Ganon can only be revived if the blood of Link is shed on his ashes. Throughout Link's journey, Ganon's minions are constantly after him.
Triforce Holder
- The Triforce Holder resides at the bottom of the Great Palace. He guards the Triforce of Courage while waiting for someone worthy to take it. When they prove themselves worthy, the Triforce of Courage will be theirs.
King of Hyrule
- Before the King of Hyrule passed away, he left the Triforce of Power and Wisdom in the kingdom of Hyrule. However, he had other plans for the Triforce of Courage. Not even his own son was worthy of holding all three parts. One day a hero would be chosen in taking it from the Great Palace.
Lost Child
- The Lost Child can be found somewhere on Maze Island. When he is found, take him to the town of Darunia in eastern Hyrule to get the Reflect Spell.
- Error is found in the town of Ruto. He will tell you the phrase "I am Error" until you speak to one of his friends in Mido. Talk to him again after you do that and he'll give you some advice.
- Bagu lives in the woods near the Water Town of Saria. You need to talk to him first before the guard in Saria lets you cross the river.
Town Guard
- The Town Guard in Saria decides on who can cross the river. He lets Link cross the river after Bagu tells Link to tell the guard that he knows him. Doing this will grant Link access to Death Mountain.
- Several people can be found in all of the towns scattered across Hyrule. Some will help you restore your life, while others will restore your magic. Some will also give you hints about secret locations that will usually contain special items or paths to palaces.