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Who Is the Baddest Link of Them All? (the Legend of Zelda Series) Part One

Updated on March 27, 2020
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I love The Legend Of Zelda series! It is my number one video game series and that hasn't changed since I first saw my older sister play it.

Who is the baddest Link of them all?

Which Link is the baddest of them all? Now that's a great question, my friend! This is mainly based off of the Zelda games I've personally played and know the Link's very well in. This will also be based off of his physical strength, his companionship, and how he uses his items. It may not look like much, but just these three little factors it can take us a long way to determine who the baddest Link of them all is. Let's get started, shall we?

Which Link's Will Be Analyzed From Which Games?

Part One
The Legend Of Zelda: Majora's Mask
Part Two
The Legend Of Zelda: Twilight Princess
Part Three
The Legend Of Zelda: Skyward Sword
Part Four
The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The WIld

These articles will be split into four different parts analyzing each Link.

The Legend Of Zelda: Majora's Mask 3D
The Legend Of Zelda: Majora's Mask 3D | Source

Link In The Legend Of Zelda: Majora's Mask - Physical Strength

Link from Majora's Mask is a very courageous boy. Link goes through hell and back in this game by not only losing Epona, and his ocarina right at the start, but also getting turned into what is known as a, "Deku Scrub." Anyways, let's start by analyzing Link's physical strength in the beginning of the game. As Link is turned into, "Deku Link," he experiences a loss in physical strength because he loses pretty much everything he needs to fight back such as his sword, shield, Epona, and other precious valuables. Not all hope is lost though! Once Link removes the Deku mask he'll turn to human and this mask will later become useful to him along with other masks throughout his adventures. For Example, the Gordon mask is pretty powerful on its own because he's a freaking Gordon! The most powerful mask of all is of course the Fierce Deity mask though. That mask makes destroying Majora so much easier! Just knowing that Link can wield such a big, heavy sword is enough to show how much physical strength he has.

Link as his Fierce Deity form!
Link as his Fierce Deity form! | Source

Link In The Legend Of Zelda: Majora's Mask - Companionship

If you didn't know already, in the beginning of the game Link seems to have lost a dear friend. That, "Dear friend" is none other than the fairy, "Navi" From the Ocarina Of Time game. As Navi isn't with Link anymore, Link instead gets stuck with one of Skull Kid's fairy's, Tatl. I will say Tatl isn't as annoying as Navi was in my eyes, but that's just me. Anyways, Tatl and Link's relationship become a lot more as they attempt to stop Skull Kid and his plans to destroy Termina all together with the moon. Personally, I feel Tatl's, "Evil ways," kind of disappear throughout the game because her brother is more important than anything to her. Without Link she wouldn't have gotten anywhere, so I feel she is more thankful for Link than anything. You also get Epona back a little later on, but Epona loves Link, so do I even need to say more?

Tatl shinning bright as ever.
Tatl shinning bright as ever. | Source

Link In The Legend Of Zelda: Majora's Mask - Item Use

Link uses numerous items in Majora's Mask. From masks to rupees, it's all useful to him. Like before, every single item is essential to Link in his adventures across Termina. The most essential items to him in his adventure through Termina is the main masks he gains throughout the game. Those main masks being the Deku mask, the Goron mask, and the Zora mask. Without those three masks you wouldn't be able to complete the main temples and bosses within the whole game! Technically, the Fierce Deity mask is only obtainable if you collect all 24 masks within the game. Most of which are obtainable from side quest.

All 24 masks.
All 24 masks. | Source

What's Your Opinion?

This is sadly all I could come up with from the top of my head from playing the game over a year ago. I won't say which Link I personally think is the baddest of them all until I get all four parts of these articles done with. I have an idea who I think the baddest Link of all is, but it's a secret until next time. Lastly, this is mainly based off of my opinion everyone.

I'd love to hear your input on if you think this Link is the baddest!

Do you feel this Link is the baddest of them all?

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