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The Legend of Zelda Apparel

Updated on August 3, 2014

The Legend Zelda Clothing and Accessories

Zelda Zelda I love thee. Zelda is the only video game that I have fell in love with because of its soul-searching drama and exciting adventure plots. Here are some amazing The Legend of Zelda clothes, accessories, and much much more. If you love Zelda and want to share it with everyone, consider purchasing a t-shirt, a ring, or a stellar pair of earrings. This lens is more of a shop that will take you to the perfect Zelda item for your wardrobe. Halloween costumes are at the very bottom.

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The Legend of Zelda- A Quick Guide

From Wiki

The Legend of Zelda or simply Zelda, is a high fantasy action-adventure video game series created by Japanese game designers Shigeru Miyamoto and Takashi Tezuka. It is developed and published by Nintendo, with some portable installments outsourced to Flagship/Capcom, Vanpool, and Grezzo. Considered one of Nintendo's most important franchises, its gameplay consists of a mixture of action, adventure, and puzzle solving. The series centers on Link, the playable main character and protagonist. Link is often given the task of rescuing Princess Zelda in the most common setting of the series, Hyrule, from Ganon-also known as Ganondorf-who is the primary antagonist of the series. However, other settings and antagonists have appeared throughout the games, with Vaati being a strong secondary antagonist during the lifespan of the Game Boy Advance. The story commonly involves a relic known as the Triforce, which is a set of three omnipotent golden triangles. Link holds the Triforce of Courage, Zelda holds the Triforce of Wisdom and Ganon holds the Triforce of Power. The protagonist in each game is usually not the same incarnation of Link, but a few exceptions do exist.

As of July 2007, The Legend of Zelda franchise has sold over 52 million copies since the release of the first game, The Legend of Zelda, with the original Legend of Zelda being the fourth best selling NES game of all time [4][5]. The series consists of 15 official games on all of Nintendo's major consoles, as well as several spin-offs. An American animated series based on the games aired in 1989, and individual manga adaptations which are officially endorsed and commissioned by Nintendo have been produced in Japan since 1997.

Zelda and Numerology

This aspect is the Numerology in The Legend of Zelda Series. Several numbers have subtly played a symbolic role over the course of the series, ranging from a gameplay significance to a storyline-based one. There are various numbers that served this purpose, and each of them will be discussed in this article.

The most notable numbers, as well as their respective roles, are:

Two - Duality: The contrast and complementarity between opposite elements.

Three - Trinity: A number that represents completion. Arguably the most well-rounded number.

Four - Occult: Despair, death; a symbol akin to Eastern culture.

Seven - Fortune: A coveted number, akin to Western culture.

Eight - Diversity: Shows a further manifestation of completion than number three, and from a broader perspective.

For a full Zelda Numerology Analysis:

Skyward Sword, New Release this November

Nintendo of America is finally releasing new details about Skyward Sword, enlightening us about abilities, creatures, temples, and items! In case anyone is refusing to know any of that information before they play the game, I'll put everything behind the spoiler barrier.

Nintendo has released some tidbits about the game:

--Faron Woods and Skyview Temple: The forest is the first location Link visits after leaving Skyloft, an island world suspended high in the sky. The people of Skyloft have never been to the surface, so this stage marks a strange new experience for Link. Traversing the forest leads him to Skyview Temple, where Zelda may be held.

-- Dashing: By holding down the A Button, players can make Link run faster and grant him acrobatic abilities, such as the ability to briefly run up a sheer wall to grab onto a cliff. Dashing uses up some of Link's endurance, which replenishes itself over time once Link stops running. Certain powerful attacks, like the spin attack, also use up endurance. When all of Link's endurance is used up, his movement is slowed dramatically for a few moments.

-- Dowsing: Fi, the spirit of the powerful Goddess Sword and Link's guide, informs Link that he can use the sword to search for things through dowsing. In dowsing mode, when Link holds out his sword, the sword will beep and provide visual feedback when pointed in the direction of the intended target. This technique can be used to search for many objects and characters in the game. In Faron Woods, Link uses it to search for Zelda, guiding him to Skyview Temple, where Zelda's aura can be detected.

-- Kikwi Tribe: The Kikwis are cute, fuzzy creatures that Link encounters while exploring the forest, resembling a kiwi fruit in animal form. Link can search for the Kikwis in the forest using dowsing. In return, they will help him on his search for Zelda.

--Slingshot: This is one of the first items that Link receives in the game. While it's not very powerful, it can be used to stun enemies and activate objects in the environment. As with many items in the game, players aim the slingshot by moving the Wii Remoteā„¢ Plus.

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