History Characters / TheLegendOfZeldaALinkToThePast

24th Sep '16 5:00:17 PM nombretomado
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* {{Expy}}: One of [[{{Cyborg 009}} Cyborg 002]], even more so as both were created by ShotaroIshinomori.

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* {{Expy}}: One of [[{{Cyborg 009}} [[Manga/Cyborg009 Cyborg 002]], even more so as both were created by ShotaroIshinomori.
22nd Sep '16 1:23:07 PM Tailikku
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-> Voiced by in Zeldamation and the MSU1 enhanced port: Creator/ToddHaberkorn




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-> Voiced by in Zeldamation, the MSU1 enhanced port, and ''BS Legend of Zelda: Ancient Stone Tablets (English Fandub)'': Creator/KiraBuckland




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-> Voiced by in Zeldamation and the MSU1 enhanced port: Creator/VicMignogna


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-> Voiced by in Zeldamation and the MSU1 enhanced port: Kent Williams


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31st Aug '16 2:48:49 PM WaxingName
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* KingMook: Retroactively turned into this for the Moblin enemies. Previous games had them looking more like bulldogs, but this game introduced their more well-known piglike appearance, helping establish them as minions to Ganon.
19th Jul '16 10:17:22 AM WaxingName
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* MesACrowd: In the original Japanese script, [[spoiler:Ganon refers to Agahnim as his ''bunshin'', a word used to refer to duplicates of oneself. This implies that Agahnim was a humanoid duplicate of himself (possibly his Ganondorf form) that could escape to the Light World.]]
16th Jul '16 4:39:32 PM lalalei2001
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* DangerouslyGenreSavvy: In the tie-in comic adaptation, Agahnim is very competent. He personally kills Link's uncle, believing him the only last descendant of the Knights of Hyrule that could wield the Master Sword. When he gets reports of Link retrieving the first Pendant, he realizes that Link might be of the bloodline as well, and immediately sends his soldiers out to apprehend Link and burn the library, which holds the Book of Madora that contains the knowledge needed to retrieve the next Pendant.


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* NoNonsenseNemesis: In the tie-in comic adaptation, Agahnim is very competent. He personally kills Link's uncle, believing him the only last descendant of the Knights of Hyrule that could wield the Master Sword. When he gets reports of Link retrieving the first Pendant, he realizes that Link might be of the bloodline as well, and immediately sends his soldiers out to apprehend Link and burn the library, which holds the Book of Mudora that contains the knowledge needed to retrieve the next Pendant.
15th Jul '16 6:26:06 PM Sammettik
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Link's uncle, killed by rats (or soldiers).

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Link's uncle, killed heard Zelda's telepathic message just as link did and went to rescue her, but was overwhelmed by rats (or soldiers).Agahnim's forces.



* BadassMustache: Ayup. He may not be as badass as his nephew, but he can and did put an honorable fight before getting done in.

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* BadassMustache: Ayup. He may not be as badass as his nephew, but he can and did put an honorable fight before getting done in.
3rd Jul '16 1:15:05 AM Morgenthaler
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2nd Jul '16 8:31:43 PM WaxingName
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* PlotHole: [[spoiler: Is Agahnim a wizard who was possessed by Ganon from outside of the Dark World, or was he an alternate body created by Ganon who could escape the Dark World but with limited power? It's not explained very well in-game, where Ganon simply calls Agahnim his "alter-ego", or "''bunshin''" in the original Japanese. The two manga adaptations as well as the North American comic use the former explanation.]]

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* PlotHole: [[spoiler: Is Agahnim a wizard who was possessed by Ganon from outside of the Dark World, or was he an alternate body created by Ganon who could escape the Dark World but with limited power? It's not explained very well in-game, where Ganon simply calls Agahnim his "alter-ego", or "''bunshin''" "''bunshin''"[[note]]A word that loosely translates to "split soul"; the same word was later used to apply to [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOfTime Meg the Poe's]] illusionary doubles[[/note]] in the original Japanese. The two manga adaptations as well as the North American comic use the former explanation.]]
14th Jun '16 10:12:32 PM WaxingName
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* EvilSorcerer: Arguably the best example in the ''Legend of Zelda'' series.

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* EvilSorcerer: Arguably the best example in the ''Legend of Zelda'' series. [[spoiler:Considering that Ganon serves as his OneWingedAngel form, he may just be Ganondorf in disguise.]]
10th Jun '16 8:32:09 AM acrobox
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* {{Badass}}: He's a Link, this is a given. He travels Hyrule defeating all sorts of monsters and demons, including [[spoiler: Ganon powered by the entire Triforce]], and this particular one can wield the most powerful sword in the series.



* {{Badass}}: Agahnim does some very impressive feats of magic.



* {{Badass}}: He managed to [[HeroKiller defeat the Hero of Time]] and claim the entire Triforce as his own.

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* {{Badass}}: He managed to [[HeroKiller defeat the Hero of Time]] and claim the entire Triforce as his own.



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