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[[Image:Toon Zelda.jpg|thumb|Toon-styled Zelda from ''The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker''.]]
'''Toon Zelda''' and '''Toon Sheik''' are names that appear in ''[[Super Smash Bros. Brawl]]<nowiki>'</nowiki>s'' programming code. Though no such characters appear in the final retail version of the game, hackers have discovered a character file package in the game that was designated for the two, indicating that the pair was once planned to appear in the game.
 
   
Some speculate that "Toon Sheik" may refer to [[Tetra]], as [[Sheik]] has never been depicted in a ''[[The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker|Wind Waker]]''-influenced art style. However, since Sheik had never been depicted in a ''[[The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess|Twilight Princess]]''-influenced art style either prior to ''Brawl'', along with the choice of the name used, it would seem more probable that the developers were planning on designing a new Sheik model, in the same manner as what was done with the standard version of the character in ''Brawl'', or that such a model had been designed but ultimately unused in any of the ''[[The Legend of Zelda (universe)|Zelda]]'' games. Because the programming is incomplete, the original intentions remain unknown. There is a rumor that these/this character(s) can become playable with a wii shop channel or hacking the disk.
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"'''Toon Zelda & Sheik'''" are names that are stored on the ''[[Super Smash Bros. Brawl]]'' game disc. Though no such characters appear in the final retail version of the game, hackers discovered a character file package in the game that was designated for the two, indicating that the pair was once planned to appear in the game.
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Some speculate that "Toon Sheik" may refer to Tetra, as [[Sheik]] has never been depicted in a ''[[The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker]]''-influenced art style. However, noting that Sheik had never been depicted in a ''[[The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess]]''-influenced art style either prior to ''Brawl'' (although [[Sakurai]] stated on [[DOJO!!]] that Sheik's ''Brawl'' design was based on unrevealed Sheik concept art made for ''Twilight Princess'' that was ultimately cut from the game), along with the choice of the name used, it may be more probable that the developers were planning on designing a new Sheik model, in the same manner as what was done with the standard version of the character in ''Brawl'', or that such a model had been designed but ultimately unused in any of the ''[[The Legend of Zelda (universe)|The Legend of Zelda]]'' games. Because the programming is incomplete, the original intentions remain unknown.
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==External Links==
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[http://www.destructoid.com/rumortoid-a-full-list-of-the-files-found-on-smash-bros-brawl-disk-update--68272.phtml Hacked Disc Data]
 
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Latest revision as of 06:38, December 1, 2018

Toon Zelda

Toon-styled Zelda from The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker.

"Toon Zelda & Sheik" are names that are stored on the Super Smash Bros. Brawl game disc. Though no such characters appear in the final retail version of the game, hackers discovered a character file package in the game that was designated for the two, indicating that the pair was once planned to appear in the game.

Some speculate that "Toon Sheik" may refer to Tetra, as Sheik has never been depicted in a The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker-influenced art style. However, noting that Sheik had never been depicted in a The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess-influenced art style either prior to Brawl (although Sakurai stated on DOJO!! that Sheik's Brawl design was based on unrevealed Sheik concept art made for Twilight Princess that was ultimately cut from the game), along with the choice of the name used, it may be more probable that the developers were planning on designing a new Sheik model, in the same manner as what was done with the standard version of the character in Brawl, or that such a model had been designed but ultimately unused in any of the The Legend of Zelda games. Because the programming is incomplete, the original intentions remain unknown.

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Hacked Disc Data

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