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The following is a list of the trophies from The Legend of Zelda series that appear in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U. There are 49 trophies in total.

Name How to Unlock Picture Trophy Box Description
Link Beat Classic Mode with Link.
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Twilight Princess Flag of North America.png Green tunic? Pointy hat? Yep, it's Link, all right! In this game, his sword and shield make for effective attacking and blocking, and his bow, bombs, and boomerang will spice up any battle. He's even brought his Clawshot for grabbing enemies and edges. Jeez, just how much stuff can Link carry?
Flag of Europe.png Green clothes? Pointy hat? Yep, it's Link, all right! In this game, his sword and shield make for effective attacking and blocking, and his bow, bombs and boomerang will spice up any battle. He's even brought his Clawshot to make light work of grabbing enemies and hanging from edges. The hero of Hyrule is really kitted out for a brawl!
  • The Legend of Zelda (08/1987)
  • The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past (04/1992)
Link (Alt.) Purchase from the Trophy Shop after beating Classic or All-Star Mode with Link.
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N/A Flag of North America.png If Link was on a desert island and could only pick one item, it'd be his powerful sword. This weapon is key to his down-air attack, a move with great launching potential and the ability to strike twice. He can also strike twice with his side smash—the second blow deals more damage and launches harder.
Flag of Europe.png Of all of his weapons, Link's sword may be the most lethal. His down air attack has incredible launching power. What's more, he'll bounce up afterwards, allowing for a follow-up strike. His side smash can also be followed up with a more powerful second blow that sends foes flying - just press the button again straight away.
  • The Legend of Zelda (08/1987)
  • The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past (04/1992)
Triforce Slash (Link) Beat All-Star Mode with Link.
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Final Smashes 2 Flag of North America.png Link makes use of the Triforce of Courage to trap foes, and then he launches a 16-blow combo. The final mighty blow has the power to launch opponents off the stage. When Link prepares the attack, the ray of light he emits must strike a rival, or the attack will fail. Shielding will do nothing to stop this powerful attack.
Flag of Europe.png Link traps a foe in mid-air with the power of the Triforce of Courage, then he delivers a 16-strike sword combo. The final strike has formidable launching power. If the ray of light at the start of the attack doesn't hit, the whole thing ends there. Helpfully, though, the ray of light's range and speed are incredible, and shields won't block it.
Zelda Beat Classic Mode with Zelda.
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Twilight Princess Flag of North America.png This is the namesake of the Legend of Zelda games. Her appearance may change, but she always plays an important role. In Smash Bros., she's quick on the draw when it comes to magic, though a bit slow when moving. She has a new move that summons a Phantom to her aid.
Flag of Europe.png This is the Zelda they're talking about in the titles of all the Legend of Zelda games. Though her appearance can change from game to game, her importance in the story usually doesn't. In this game, she's a bit slow, but her impressive magic skills make up for it. Power up her brand new special, Phantom Slash, by holding down the button.
  • The Legend of Zelda (08/1987)
  • The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess (11/2006)
Zelda (Alt.) Purchase from the Trophy Shop after beating Classic or All-Star Mode with Zelda.
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Female Fighters Flag of North America.png Zelda's forward air attack, Lightning Kick, is a valiant kick with a magically charged tip. Striking with just the glowing spot will deal heavy damage and launch your opponent. Din's Fire, her explosive side special, can be guided up and down and has a greater blast if the button is held.
Flag of Europe.png Zelda's forward air attack, Lightning Kick, is a single-footed, electrically charged strike. Hit your opponent with just the glowing spot to deal heavy damage and launch them. Her Din's Fire side special can be guided up and down, and makes a bigger blast the longer you hold the button. It'll explode as soon as you let go.
  • The Legend of Zelda (08/1987)
  • The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess (11/2006)
Light Arrow (Zelda) Beat All-Star Mode with Zelda.
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Final Smashes 2 Flag of North America.png In many of the Legend of Zelda games, the sacred Light Arrows are required to defeat the final boss. In this game, Zelda fires one straight across the screen for her Final Smash. If it passes through multiple foes, the ones hit first will take the most damage. The Light Arrow has a lot of launching power, making it great for getting KOs!
Flag of Europe.png In many of the Legend of Zelda games, the sacred Light Arrows are required to defeat the final boss. In this game, Zelda fires one straight across the screen for her Final Smash. If it passes through multiple foes, the ones hit first will take more damage. The Light Arrow has a lot of launching power, making it great for getting KOs!
Sheik Beat Classic Mode with Sheik.
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Ocarina of Time & Majora's Mask Flag of North America.png In The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, Sheik claimed to be a surviving Sheikah. However, this was just a cunning disguise for Princess Zelda so that she could escape Ganondorf. In Smash Bros., she's the complete opposite of Zelda, striking with fast attacks that can keep an opponent off balance.
Flag of Europe.png Sheik is introduced in The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time as the "survivor of the Sheikah", although it turns out to be Zelda, who took on the disguise to hide from Ganondorf. Sheik's ninja-like speed is a real contrast with Zelda's, and it allows for sneaky, fast-paced attacks that overwhelm opponents before they can even react.
  • Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (11/1998)
  • Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D (06/2011)
Sheik (Alt.) Purchase from the Trophy Shop after beating Classic or All-Star Mode with Sheik.
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N/A Flag of North America.png Sheik's Burst Grenade side special throws a small grenade that draws in nearby fighters before exploding. Once the button has been released, it'll hop or explode after a time. The down special Bouncing Fish is an attack where Sheik strikes with both heels, falling similarly to the way a fish might flop around.
Flag of Europe.png Sheik's Burst Grenade side special throws a small grenade that draws in nearby fighters, then explodes. Hold the button longer to thrown it further. The down special Bouncing Fish is a fish-like flop forwards that has Sheik attack with both heels on the way down. If the move connects, Sheik will bounce back up into the air.
  • Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (11/1998)
  • Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D (06/2011)
Light Arrow (Sheik) Beat All-Star Mode with Sheik.
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Final Smashes 2 Flag of North America.png Sheik's Final Smash uses a gigantic bow to fire a Light Arrow across the screen. If multiple foes are in its path, it will strike them all, ignoring shields like they're not even there. Sheik's Light Arrow is more damaging than Zelda's and it launches its victims at a lower angle.
Flag of Europe.png Sheik's Final Smash uses a gigantic bow to fire a Light Arrow across the screen. If multiple foes are in its path, it will strike them all, even penetrating straight through their shields. Sheik's Light Arrow is more powerful than Zelda's and it launches its targets at a more shallow angle.
Ganondorf Beat Classic Mode with Ganondorf.
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Twilight Princess Flag of North America.png The King of Evil that awaits Link at the end of most of his adventures. Ganondorf possesses the Triforce of Power. In Smash Bros., he makes up for his low speed with devastating power. The strength of his blows can knock back most opponents. Get close with a dash attack, and pummel your foes!
Flag of Europe.png The King of Evil is Link's arch-nemesis in most games in the Legend of Zelda series. With the Triforce of Power at his disposal, he's a fearsome opponent. In this game, his mighty attacks have so much impact, they easily make up for his slow speed, and his launching ability is extra impressive! Rush in when the enemy's open and strike hard.
  • The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (11/1998)
  • The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess (11/2006)
Ganondorf (Alt.) Purchase from the Trophy Shop after beating Classic or All-Star Mode with Ganondorf.
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N/A Flag of North America.png Being the powerhouse that he is, the King of Evil is a great choice for free-for-alls. His Warlock Punch delivers a thunderous, dark-energy-fueled blow from his left hand. Unfortunately, left-handed dark-energy-fueled blows take some time to charge. You can turn to face someone as they cowardly try to hit you from behind.
Flag of Europe.png Being the powerhouse that he is, the King of Evil is a great choice for free-for-alls. His Warlock Punch focuses dark energy into his left hand to deliver a thunderous back-hander. Unfortunately, focusing all that energy takes time. If someone sneaks behind you just as you start the move, quickly try to turn around.
  • The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (11/1998)
  • The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess (11/2006)
Beast Ganon Beat All-Star Mode with Ganondorf.
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Twilight Princess Flag of North America.png For Ganondorf's Final Smash, he morphs into a beast and attacks. As soon as he's transformed, he buries nearby fighters in the ground and then stuns them with his roar. Finally, he charges forward, dealing heavy damage and launching anyone in his way. Any foes buried by the first strike are doomed to be hit by the rest.
Flag of Europe.png For Ganondorf's Final Smash, he morphs into a beast and attacks. As soon as he's transformed, he buries fighters nearby in the ground, then stuns them with his roar. Finally, he charges forward, dealing heavy damage and launching anyone in his way. Any foes who are buried by the first strike are guaranteed to be hit by the rest.
Toon Link Beat Classic Mode with Toon Link.
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Wind Waker Flag of North America.png This cartoonish version of Link is how he appeared in The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker and a few other titles. In Smash Bros., he uses moves much like his older, taller counterpart. His small size gives him extra speed, though, so take advantage of that to send your foes flying.
Flag of Europe.png This cartoonish version of young Link is how he appears in The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker and a few other titles. While he shares some moves with his older counterpart, he's a very different fighter. Take advantage of his size and speed to whirl past enemies and bombard them with long-range attacks.
  • The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker (03/2003)
  • The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks (12/2009)
Toon Link (Alt.) Purchase from the Trophy Shop after beating Classic or All-Star Mode with Toon Link.
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N/A Flag of North America.png Toon Link's Bomb move doesn't deal much damage, but the blast radius is pretty big. His bombs can be thrown in all directions, damaging or distracting your foes. Also, his up special Spin Attack keeps him airborne longer than Link's version. For some launching power, use the side smash attack.
Flag of Europe.png Toon Link's bombs don't do much damage, but their large blast radius makes it easy to hit foes with them. You can also throw them in any directions, making them a great diversionary tactic. His Spin Attack gives him more air-time than Link. His side smash may seem weak, but press the button again for a second hit that'll really send 'em flying!
  • The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker (03/2003)
  • The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks (12/2009)
Triforce Slash (Toon Link) Beat All-Star with Toon Link
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Wind Waker Flag of North America.png For Toon Link's Final Smash, a ray of light emanates from his hand, and whomever the light touches gets trapped in the Triforce. While they're defenseless, Toon Link strikes at foes repeatedly and then launches them a great distance. Just be sure to time the Final Smash well-if the ray of light doesn't touch anyone, nothing happens. At all.
Flag of Europe.png For Toon Link's Final Smash, a ray of light emanates from his hand, and whoever the light touches gets trapped in the Triforce. While they're defenceless, Toon Link strikes them repeatedly, then launches them a great distance. Just be sure to time the Final Smash well - if the ray of light doesn't touch anyone, nothing happens. At all.
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N/A Flag of North America.png An important item in the Legend of Zelda series, this item would appear when you beat a boss and increase your life by one when collected. In Smash Bros., grabbing this will heal 100 points of damage. Grab it as it gently floats to the ground!
Flag of Europe.png A quintessential item from the Legend of Zelda series that raises your max health. In those games, you have to defeat bosses to get them, but in this one, they'll just fall from the sky, which makes things a whole lot easier. If you see one, grab it quick - in mid-air if you can! Why? To take 100 off your damage - that's why!
  • The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons/Ages (04/2001)
  • The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess (11/2006)
Fairy Bottle Random
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N/A Flag of North America.png A bottle that contains a helpful fairy. You can release this fairy to heal 100 points of damage, but only if you have 100% or more. If you don't, you can still throw the bottle... Just don't hit a 100% or more enemy, or they'll be healed instead and you'll feel pretty silly.
Flag of Europe.png A bottle containing a Fairy with healing powers. If your damage is 100% or more, it'll heal you by 100%. If not, then the Fairy won't do a thing. On the plus side, if someone else needs it, you can take it instead and have the smug satisfaction of stealing their precious hope away.
  • The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past (06/2011)
  • The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword (11/2011)
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Ocarina of Time & Majora's Mask Flag of North America.png This hood is beloved by a man with a passion for nature who longed to emulate a long-lost breed of bunny. Wearing this hood, he gained impressive leg power that allowed him to run for days on end. If you don this hood, you'll leave your foes in the dust with enhanced speed and jump power.
Flag of Europe.png A hood beloved by a man who longed to be...a bunny. It gave him unrivaled leg strength, allowing him to run at top speed all day and night. In this game, it boosts your speed and jumping ability, so you can get behind enemies easily and recover quickly if anyone launched you!
  • The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (11/1998)
  • The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask (10/2000)
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Skyward Sword Flag of North America.png Unleash gale-force winds upon your foes to blow them far away. Unfortunately, it's just air, so it won't do any damage except maybe mess up their hair. Dropping or throwing it will cause it to spin around, blowing air everywhere. Don't blow yourself outta the fight!
Flag of Europe.png Point this at an opponent and unleash a strong blast of wind at them. It won't do any damage - it's just wind - but it'll give them a pretty big push. If someone knocks it out of your hands, though, it'll roll around, blowing wind every which way, so be careful or you might get blown away yourself!
  • The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword (11/2011)
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Ocarina of Time & Majora's Mask Flag of North America.png These mouse-shaped bombs crawl on the ground, up walls, and even along ceilings. If you toss one, it will scurry along until it hits an opponent and explodes. They won't blow up you or your friends—so user friendly! They will blow up if struck, though, so be careful.
Flag of Europe.png These little mouse-shaped explosives run along floors, walls, even ceilings. Throw one and it'll start running as soon as it hits the floor, getting faster and faster. As soon as it touches an opponent, it'll explode. It'll also blow up if you attack it, so be careful if your own Bombchu's passing by.
  • The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (11/1998)
  • The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass (10/2007)
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Oracina of Time & Majora's Mask Flag of North America.png After a short wait, or immediately if it gets thrown or hit, these little objects will explode in a burst of light. The flash will daze those too close, stunning them and leaving them open to attacks. It's easy to overlook these, so don't accidentally set one off on yourself!
Flag of Europe.png When Deku Nuts explode, they emit a light so bright that any fighter caught in the blast area - even ones with their shield up - will be stunned. If that's not enough, any foes in mid-air will be launched by the blast. Just try not to drop one by accident, or you'll definitely regret it!
  • The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (11/1998)
  • The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D (06/2011)
Flag of North America.png Cucco
Flag of Europe.png Cucco (Item)
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N/A Flag of North America.png Why exactly a Cucco flees is anyone's guess. Maybe it knows what will happen when it is attacked and is trying to save you from that boundless rage. Once angered, it will call its flock and attack the last player to hit it. If thrown, whoever it hits will suffer its flock's wrath.
Flag of Europe.png These chicken-like birds don't seem to be aware that there's a fight going on, and if they get hit too often, they'll explode with rage! They'll call in a bunch of their mates to relentlessly peck whoever touched them last. Of course, that could be the person they were thrown at - not just the thrower!
  • The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past (04/1992)
  • The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (11/1998)
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Skyward Sword Flag of North America.png A remote-controlled item shaped like a little bug, Link used this item in his adventures to collect far-off items. In Smash Bros., tossed Beetles will fly straight ahead, grab foes, and carry them into the sky. If one grabs you, wiggle with all your might to break free!
Flag of Europe.png A small, automated insect-like item. Throw it and it'll fly straight ahead, grab whichever opponent it finds, and carry them high into the air. If one flies at you, try to dodge it - your shield won't help. If that doesn't work, just wriggle around as much as you can to try to free yourself.
  • The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword (11/2011)
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Ocarina of Time & Majora's Mask Flag of North America.png It's said that children who get lost in the forest are turned into these music-loving little monsters. In Smash Bros., you can summon one who's sporting Majora's Mask. It'll move into the background and bring down a world of chaos on the whole stage. Even the fighter who summoned him will be affected, so try to keep a level head!
Flag of Europe.png It's said that children who get lost in the forest are turned into these music-loving little monsters. You can summon one in Super Smash Bros. Wearing Majora's Mask, it'll move into the background and bring down a world of chaos on the whole stage. Even the fighter who summoned him will be affected, so try to keep a level head!
  • The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (11/1998)
  • The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask (10/2000)
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Ocarina of Time & Majora's Mask Flag of North America.png Never seen without his green bodysuit, it's a wonder this strange little man is single at 35, isn't it? In The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker, he was locked up for causing trouble. In Smash Bros., he'll appear on the scene, shout "Kooloo-Limpah!" and unleash all sorts of madness.
Flag of Europe.png Single. 35 years old. Dressed head-to-toe in green. In The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker, this wannabe fairy gets locked up for being a "troublemaker". And he's one in this game, too! His magic incantation, "Kooloo-limpah!", causes all sorts of madness that'll really shake up your battle.
  • The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask (10/2000)
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Twilight Princess Flag of North America.png Midna is a descendant of the Twili and comes from the Twilight World. She doesn't mind getting a bit bossy with Link, and though she offers to help him, her motives are unclear. Try to ignore her dismissive attitude—maybe she just has trouble showing her true self.
Flag of Europe.png A girl from the Twilight Realm who seems to look down on the world from a very high horse. She helps Link while he's a wolf, but it's clear she has some kind of ulterior motive. Still, there's more to her than meets the eye, and she and Link eventually come to understand one another.
  • The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess (11/2006)
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Skyward Sword Characters Flag of North America.png Link encounters Ghirahim repeatedly during his adventure. Extremely confident, he encourages Link to use his title, Lord Ghirahim, when they first meet. Is he truly powerful, or does he use eloquent words to distract you and gain an advantage?
Flag of Europe.png No one has a higher opinion of Ghirahim than Ghirahim himself. You may call him Lord Ghirahim, by the way. Link is the thorn in this Demon Lord's otherwise flawless side, and though he might seem calm and collected, he'll start to lose his cool if he doesn't get his own way.
  • The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword (11/2011)
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Skyward Sword Flag of North America.png In The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword, Link and Zelda grew up on a series of floating islands called Skyloft. When you play this stage, you'll get to fight in several areas seen in Skyward Sword, including the Knight Academy and around the Statue of the Goddess. It's a pretty fast-moving tour, though, so don't get left behind!
Flag of Europe.png In The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword, Skyloft is a series of floating islands where Link and Zelda grew up. When you play this stage here, you'll get to fight in various areas seen in Skyward Sword, including the Knight Academy and around the Statue of the Goddess. It's a pretty fast-moving tour, though, so don't get left behind!
  • The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword (11/2011)
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Ocarina of Time & Majora's Mask Flag of North America.png These creatures may look like zombies, but ReDeads weren't human to begin with. They appear to be clay monsters fashioned in the shape of humans. They attack Link when he gets too close, the spine-chilling sound they emit difficult to describe. Don't bother—just get rid of them!
Flag of Europe.png These creatures may look like zombies, but unlike the walking dead, ReDeads have never been human. They just seem to be clay monsters fashioned in the shape of humans. They attack Link when he gets too close, making spine-chilling noises that are hard to describe with words alone. Best not to try - just get rid of them!
  • The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (11/1998)
  • The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask (10/2000)
Majora's Mask Collect all Mii headgear.
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Ocarina of Time & Majora's Mask Flag of North America.png Created for the most hexing rituals, this mask is infused with such dark magic that it becomes an evil creature in its own right. In a separate dimension called Termina, it tries to cause the end of the world by making the moon fall from the sky. And if you think the mask looks creepy, wait until you see its other forms!
Flag of Europe.png Created for use in ancient hexing rituals, this mask was infused with such dark magic that it became an evil creature in its own right. In a separate dimension called Termina, it tries to cause the end of the world by making the moon fall from the sky. And if you think the mask looks creepy, wait till you see its other forms!
  • The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask (10/2000)
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Wind Waker Flag of North America.png Princess Zelda plays a variety of roles throughout the games bearing her name. In the Wind Waker, she's a pirate who travels the seas without knowing her true identity. Even when she learns she's a princess, she quickly returns to her piratey ways. In the end, she takes up a bow to fight beside Link.
Princess Zelda has had quite a variety of incarnations, but this one doesn't even know she's a princess! When Link meets her, she's a wild and fearless pirate. In a certain sealed land, this Zelda discovers her true identity, but doesn't act like a princess for very long, and even fights alongside Link in the final showdown!
  • The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker (03/2003)
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Wind Waker Flag of North America.png Link's adorable little sister. She has the misfortune to be kidnapped and carried away from her home on Outset Island by a monstrous bird—and all on her big brother's birthday too! With his sister's prized telescope in hand (she lent it to him as a birthday treat), Link sets out on a grand voyage to rescue her.
Flag of Europe.png Link's adorable little sister. She has the misfortune of being kidnapped and carried away from her home on Outset Island by a monstrous bird - and all on her big brother's birthday, too! With his sister's prized telescope in hand (she lent it to him as a birthday treat), Link sets out on a grand voyage to rescue her.
  • The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker (03/2003)
Tetra Play as Sheik and score 50 KOs or more in Solo Endless Smash.
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Wind Waker Flag of North America.png A wild young girl who leads a pirate crew. She meets Link in the forest of Outset Island and, at first, isn't very impressed. After witnessing his determination to save his sister, though, she slowly grows more inclined to help him. Eventually, they travel to a ruined land beneath the sea, where Tetra discovers a surprising secret...
Flag of Europe.png A wild young girl who leads a pirate crew. She meets Link in the forest of Outset Island and, at first, isn't very impressed. But, witnessing his determination to save his sister, she slowly grows more inclined to help him. In the end, they travel together to a ruined land beneath the sea, where Tetra discovers an incredible secret...
  • The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker (03/2003)
  • The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass (10/2007)
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Wind Waker Flag of North America.png The world may be a big place, but we're pretty sure the King of Red Lions is one of a kind. He is well versed in ancient traditions, seems to know an awful lot about Link's destiny, and was even the one who gave Link the legendary Wind Waker. There's definitely more to this boat than meets the eye.
Flag of Europe.png The world may be a big place, but you probably won't find any talking boats besides the King of Red Lions. He is well-versed in ancient traditions, seems to know an awful lot about Link's destiny, and was even the one who gave Link the legendary Wind Waker. There's definitely more to this boat than meets the eye.
  • The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker (11/2003)
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Wind Waker Flag of North America.png A polite young girl from the winged Rito tribe. As the attendant to Valoo, the Sky Spirit who serves as their island's guardian deity, she's the only one able to understand the dragon's words. But one night, when Link conducts an ancient tune for her to play on the harp, she remembers another duty she must fulfill...
Flag of Europe.png A polite young girl from the winged Rito tribe. As the attendant to Valoo, the Sky Spirit who serves as their island's guardian deity, she's the only one able to understand the dragon's words. But one night, when Link conducts an ancient tune for her to play on the harp, she remembers another duty she must fulfil...
  • The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker (11/2003)
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Wind Waker Flag of North America.png Long ago, in accordance with the prayers of the King of Hyrule, the gods sealed the King of Darkness, Ganondorf, beneath a vast ocean, along with the land of Hyrule itself. But this was not the end. In the forsaken fortress, Link discovers that Ganondorf has returned and the legend must go on with Link himself as the new hero!
Flag of Europe.png Long ago, in accordance with the prayers of the King of Hyrule, the gods sealed the King of Evil, Ganondorf, beneath a vast ocean, along with the land of Hyrule itself. But this was not the end. In the Forsaken Fortress, Link discovers that Ganondorf has returned, and the legend must go on with Link himself as the new hero!
  • The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker (11/2003)
Wolf Link Play as Zelda in Stage 1 and get a score of 150000 or more in a single game of Solo Target Blast.
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Twilight Princess Flag of North America.png Hey, who let a wolf in here? This is the spot for a trophy of Link! The wolf does look cool, though... Oh, oops! That wolf is Link, from Twilight Princess, after he steps into Twilight. It's actually a pretty handy transformation. Maybe the Master Sword can help him transform at will...
Flag of Europe.png Hold on a sec! Where's our dashing young swordsman? Oh... This IS him, just...in wolf form. When he steps into the eerie Twilight world, Link becomes this rough-looking beast! Luckily, he turns back into normal Link eventually, but with the Master Sword letting him transform at will, he might feel like going wolf again from time to time.
  • The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess (11/2006)
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Twilight Princess Flag of North America.png When a dark shadow invades Hyrule, Zelda sacrifices herself and is imprisoned in the world of Twilight. Her dark attire while a prisoner is appropriate to the title of the game, but Link's bravery convinces her to toss the robes and take up her bow and arrows instead.
Flag of Europe.png After failing to protect Hyrule from the encroaching Twilight, Zelda lays down her sword and shield and hides behind a dark robe, mourning those who were lost due to her failure. In the end, Link's brave acts inspire her to cast the robe aside and take her bow in hand, but she never forgets the dark times when all hope seemed lost.
  • The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess (11/2006)
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Twilight Princess Flag of North America.png A strange voice, creepy movements, and eccentric attacks—everything about Zant is unnerving and odd! The self-proclaimed king of the Twilight Realm, he seeks to unite both light and dark into one world for him to rule. Now if only he could deal with that pesky Link fellow...
Flag of Europe.png Empowered by Ganondorf's dark magic, Zant becomes the de facto ruler of the Twilight Realm. With his deranged screeches, freakish movements and eccentric attacks, Zant is certainly an unnerving opponent to battle. He plans to cover the world of light in darkness. If only Link would just stay out of his way...
  • The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess (11/2006)
Gaepora Random
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Skyward Sword Characters Flag of North America.png Gaepora is Zelda's father and headmaster of the Knight Academy. He may look a bit imposing, but he's actually quite kind to his students and pets. During Link's adventures, he offers advice and information on Skyloft's history. That haircut looks really familiar... It's almost owl-like, wouldn't you say?
Flag of Europe.png Headmaster of the Knight Academy and Zelda's father. His majestic presence can seem imposing, but he is a kindly soul, loved by all the students and even animals. His knowledge of the ancient legends proves useful in Link's quest. If his face seems somehow familiar, perhaps it reminds you of a certain owl.
  • The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword (11/2011)
Owlan Random
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Skyward Sword Characters Flag of North America.png An instructor at the Knight Academy and a keen botanist. He teaches Link how to use the Spin Attack, and Link finds him a rare and unusual plant to study. Not as payment, though—as teacher and student, they simply share a bond of trust and goodwill. Incidentally, Owlan's room is more like a garden—it's full of plants!
Flag of Europe.png An instructor at the Knight Academy and a keen botanist. He teaches Link how to Spiral Charge with Loftwing, and Link finds him a rare and unusual plant to study. Not as payment, though - as teacher and student, they simply share a bond of trust and goodwill. Incidentally, Owlan's room is more like a garden - it's full of plants!
  • The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword (11/2011)
Groose Random
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Skyward Sword Characters One of Link's classmates from the Knight Academy. Groose is a born troublemaker and loves to tease Link and play tricks on him with his cronies, Cawlin and Strich. He's got a soft spot for Zelda, though, and it's clear he's jealous of Link's close friendship with her. Ahh... Teenagers, eh?
  • The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword (11/2011)
Crimson Loftwing Random
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Skyward Sword The red guardian bird that carries Link through the skies. Given that this rare crimson breed was thought to be extinct, the people of Skyloft were quite surprised when this bird showed up and became Link's partner. In the real world, there's a type of bird called a shoebill that has a face almost identical to a Loftwing's.
  • The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword (11/2011)
Fi Random
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Skyward Sword Flag of North America.png No adventurer should set out without a trusty companion on the journey. Fi is a spirit created by the goddess Hylia to help Link on his quest. She exists within the Goddess Sword that Link wields, and thought she supposedly has no emotions, she can dance with power and grace.
Flag of Europe.png Even the most seasoned adventurer gets lost at times, but fear not! Within Link's Goddess Sword lives Fi, a spirit who is always ready to give Link a little push in the right direction. Created by the goddess Hylia, Fi is said to have no emotions or even gender, but the spirit is still able to perform some breathtaking dances.
  • The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword (11/2011)
Old Woman Random
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Skyward Sword Characters Flag of North America.png This elder from the Sealed Temple offers Link advice on his adventure and also gives aid to Zelda after she falls from Skyloft. It might be hard to imagine, but this old woman was once a talented, young warrior. I wonder if there is another trophy that shows off that part of her life...
Flag of Europe.png Link meets this old woman int the Sealed Temple and finds her advice invaluable. She also took care of Zelda after her fall from Skyloft, and advised her how to proceed on her own journey. Link later discovers that this Sheikah elder was a proud warrior in a bygone age. You might even recognise her from another trophy...
  • The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword (11/2011)
Impa (Skyward Sword) Random
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Skyward Sword characters When Zelda falls from Skyloft to the world below, this mysterious warrior protects and guides her. If you can tear your eyes away from her remarkable Sheikah garb, you'll see a powerful resolve in her eyes. Her combat skills are on a level with Ghirahim's swordsmanship and magic. It seems Impa actually hails from an age long past...
  • The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword (11/2011)
Levias Random
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Skyward Sword Characters Flag of North America.png An ancient Sky Spirit who swims among the clouds. When he's possessed by a parasitic Bilocyte, this wise spirit turns into a violent beast. Link is forced to land on his colossal back and battle the fiends infesting him. Should our hero emerge victorious, Levias will once again be able to enjoy the sweet taste of pumpkin soup.
Flag of Europe.png An ancient Sky Spirit who swims among the clouds. When possessed by a parasitic Bilocyte, this wise spirit turns into a violent beast. Link is forced to land on his colossal back and battle the fiends infesting him. Should our hero emerge victorious, Levias will once again be able to enjoy the sweet taste of pumpkin soup.
  • The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword (11/2011)
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Skyward Sword Flag of North America.png Long ago, the demonic king Demise was sealed away by the goddess Hylia, but he awakens once more with the appearance of the Gate of Time. Perhaps because of the imcomplete nature of his awakening, he takes this nightmareish form, sprouting more limbs and appendages every time he breaks through the seal that binds him.
Flag of Europe.png Long ago, the demonic king Demise was sealed away by the goddess Hylia, but with the appearance of the Gate of Time, he awakens once more. Perhaps due to the imcomplete nature of his awakening, he takes this nightmarish form, sprouting more limbs and appendages every time he breaks through the seal that binds him.
  • The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword (11/2011)
Demise Random
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Skyward Sword Flag of North America.png This monster, hair like a billowing flame and a giant blade in hand, so is terrifying that he is known simply by the result of his actions. Sealed away by the goddess Hylia during the ancient war for the Triforce, he awakens a thousand of years later to fight Link in a battle that will truly be legendary.
Flag of Europe.png This abomination has hair of scorching flames and a blade as black as night. He doesn't even have a name as such - instead, he's known by the destruction he brings. In an ancient war for the Triforce, he was sealed away by the goddess Hylia. However, he has now awoken from 1,000 years of slumber, ready to battle again.
  • The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword (11/2011)
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