Characters That Were Cut From Zelda Games And Nobody Noticed

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  Characters That Were Cut From Zelda Games And Nobody Noticed


Every Zelda game has a hook. In A Link to the Past, it’s inter-dimensional travel. In Ocarina of Time, it’s time travel, so you spend half of your time playing as Young Link, who is still a child, and the other half as Adult Link, his fully-grown counterpart. Technically, they’re both the same character, but games like Super Smash Bros. and Hyrule Warriors treat them like separate entities with their own, separate personalities, so fans tend to, too.



Young Link made an encore appearance in Majora’s Mask, Ocarina of Time‘s direct sequel, but his older equivalent did not. At one point, he was supposed to. The Legend of Zelda: Hyrule Historia, Nintendo and Dark Horse Comics’ authoritative compendium of everything Zelda, calls explicit attention to some mysterious Majora’s Mask concept art featuring Adult Link, positing that “perhaps they were prototypes” of one of Link’s mask-driven alternate forms. In addition, early versions of the game contained something called the “Adult’s Mask.” It’s not hard to put two and two together. TSTRINGLIST C++ BUILDER



Allegedly, Adult Link was also supposed to appear in The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker. A piece of supposed concept art that’s been floating around online for years shows Toon Link growing up, usually alongside rumors that The Wind Waker was originally going to see Link transform from a kid into an adult. It’s hard to find official verification for either, however, so don’t take this as a cold, hard fact. Still, it’s fun to imagine what could’ve been.





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