History Characters / TheLegendOfZeldaFourSwordsAdventures

1st Apr '17 10:42:19 AM Luigifan
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* BashBrothers: All the Links work closely around eachother..

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* BashBrothers: All the Links work closely around eachother..each other.



* OdangoHair: The white/light blue maiden has her hair the same way as Manga/SailorMoon
* RedEyesTakeWarning: Both the red and yellow maidens have red eyes, maybe it's a case of BewareTheNiceOnes as they were sealed and powers weakned.

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* OdangoHair: The white/light blue maiden has her hair the same way as Manga/SailorMoon
Manga/SailorMoon.
* RedEyesTakeWarning: Both the red and yellow maidens have red eyes, eyes; maybe it's a case of BewareTheNiceOnes BewareTheNiceOnes, as they were sealed and their powers weakned.
weakened.



Vaati is a powerful EvilSorcerer in Four Swords and Four Swords Adventures and seemingly the main antagonist. Eventually, it's discovered that he is [[spoiler:a pawn in Ganon's master plan.]]

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Vaati is a powerful EvilSorcerer in Four Swords and Four Swords Adventures and seemingly the main antagonist. Eventually, it's discovered that he is [[spoiler:a pawn in Ganon's master plan.]]plan]].



* SilentAntagonist: Oddly enough, despite talking a lot in ''Four Swords''and ''The Minish Cap'', in this game he has not a single line of dialogue.

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* SilentAntagonist: Oddly enough, despite talking a lot in ''Four Swords''and Swords'' and ''The Minish Cap'', in this game he has not a single line of dialogue.



* EnemyToAllLivingThings: Absolutely ''anywhere'' he shows up, he proceeds to make everyone and everything miserable. The best examples are in ''Village of the Blue Maiden'' where he keeps dragging people into the DarkWorld, and in ''Kakariko Village'' where he ''nearly burns the village down''. To say nothing of the manga when he rides a [[InstantAwesomeJustAddDragons dragon]] and actually ''succeeds'' in burning a whole town down.

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* EnemyToAllLivingThings: Absolutely ''anywhere'' he shows up, he proceeds to make everyone and everything miserable. The best examples are in ''Village Village of the Blue Maiden'' Maiden where he keeps dragging people into the DarkWorld, and in ''Kakariko Village'' Kakariko Village where he ''nearly burns the village down''. To say nothing of the manga when he rides a [[InstantAwesomeJustAddDragons dragon]] and actually ''succeeds'' in burning a whole town down.



* MesACrowd: He's worse than the four Links in this regard as he constantly creates clones of himself.

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* MesACrowd: He's worse than the four Links in this regard regard, as he constantly creates clones of himself.



* ThePowerOfHate: According the ''Hyrule Historia'', he is the manifestation of the original Ganondorf's hatred for Link.
* PyroManiac: All the fire in ''Kakariko Villiage'' in the game is from him. The Fire Rod is also one of his most commonly used items when not in a fight; he even tries to steal one in the ''first level of the game''!

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* ThePowerOfHate: According to the ''Hyrule Historia'', he is the manifestation of the original Ganondorf's hatred for Link.
* PyroManiac: All the fire in ''Kakariko Villiage'' Kakariko Villiage in the game is from him. The Fire Rod is also one of his most commonly used items when not in a fight; he even tries to steal one in the ''first level of the game''!



* PurpleIsPowerful: He wears a violet tunic and hat, [[spoiler: and he is the only Link to defeat another Link in combat.]]

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* PurpleIsPowerful: He wears a violet tunic and hat, [[spoiler: and [[spoiler:and he is the only Link to defeat another Link in combat.]]combat]].



* EnemyToAllLivingThings: Absolutely ''anywhere'' he shows up, he proceeds to make everyone and everything miserable. The best examples are in ''Village of the Blue Maiden'' where he keeps dragging people into the DarkWorld, and in ''Kakariko Village'' where he ''nearly burns the village down''. To say nothing of the manga when he rides a [[InstantAwesomeJustAddDragons dragon]] and actually ''succeeds'' in burning a whole town down.

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* EnemyToAllLivingThings: Absolutely ''anywhere'' he shows up, he proceeds to make everyone and everything miserable. The best examples are in ''Village Village of the Blue Maiden'' Maiden where he keeps dragging people into the DarkWorld, and in ''Kakariko Village'' Kakariko Village where he ''nearly burns the village down''. To say nothing of the manga when he rides a [[InstantAwesomeJustAddDragons dragon]] and actually ''succeeds'' in burning a whole town down.



* JokeCharacter: Is the main characters of the manga {{omake}}s with him as TheProtagonist. With weird plots as him having a blog, being a {{hikikomori}}, and so on.

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* JokeCharacter: Is the main characters character of the manga {{omake}}s with him as TheProtagonist. With weird plots as him having a blog, being a {{hikikomori}}, and so on.



* TheStarscream: In the manga, he doesn't care for the idea of Guufu or Ganon's rule, [[spoiler:but doesn't consider plotting against them till Vio suggests the plan of using Zelda's power to destroy Ganon]]. He's beaten by the Links before his plans get off the ground however.

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* TheStarscream: In the manga, he doesn't care for the idea of Guufu or Ganon's rule, [[spoiler:but doesn't consider plotting against them till until Vio suggests the plan of using Zelda's power to destroy Ganon]]. He's beaten by the Links before his plans get off the ground ground, however.
6th Mar '17 7:11:38 PM TomPhanto
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* DivergentCharacters: He's the only one with Link's default personality in the manga.



* FourPhilosophyEnsemble: The Cynic.
* FourTemperamentEnsemble: '''(Sanguine)'''; according to Vio, Green is very focused, motivated, and almost equally as stubborn as Blue (albeit a bit nicer than him). His personality is supposed to be similar to the original Link's. He's courageous and determined, but can be prone to acting rash. He can be anxious and headstrong while Blue can be extremely arrogant and short-tempered, which leads to arguments between the two. He nonetheless attains the role of leader (since he's wearing green) throughout the adventure and is very driven in rescuing Zelda from the clutches of evil.

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* FourPhilosophyEnsemble: The Cynic.
Realist.
* FourTemperamentEnsemble: '''(Sanguine)'''; '''(Melancholic)'''; according to Vio, Green is very focused, motivated, and almost equally as stubborn as Blue (albeit a bit nicer than him). His personality is supposed to be similar to the original Link's. He's courageous and determined, but can be prone to acting rash. He can be anxious and headstrong while Blue can be extremely arrogant and short-tempered, which leads to arguments between the two. He nonetheless attains the role of leader (since he's wearing green) throughout the adventure and is very driven in rescuing Zelda from the clutches of evil.



* FourPhilosophyEnsemble: The Realist
* FourTemperamentEnsemble: '''(Choleric)'''; he's the compassionate, optimistic, and childish Link who is usually meddling with Blue in terms of comic relief. He's shown to be very cheerful, excitable, and highly emotional. Although he can be somewhat as stubborn as the other three, he's clearly the nicest out of the four Links and usually likes to look on the bright side of things. He hates seeing the other Links fight each other and will usually speak out and try to act as the mediator, though he ends up dealing with Blue, who tends to bully him around. One clear trait of his is that he's very dependent on the other three and doesn't do too well by himself. He can easily end up feeling depressed and unsure of himself when hes all alone. He's a warm and considerate person who's a perfect foil for Blue, who rejects the others with his harsh personality.

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* FourPhilosophyEnsemble: The Realist
Optimist
* FourTemperamentEnsemble: '''(Choleric)'''; '''(Sanguine)'''; he's the compassionate, optimistic, and childish Link who is usually meddling with Blue in terms of comic relief. He's shown to be very cheerful, excitable, and highly emotional. Although he can be somewhat as stubborn as the other three, he's clearly the nicest out of the four Links and usually likes to look on the bright side of things. He hates seeing the other Links fight each other and will usually speak out and try to act as the mediator, though he ends up dealing with Blue, who tends to bully him around. One clear trait of his is that he's very dependent on the other three and doesn't do too well by himself. He can easily end up feeling depressed and unsure of himself when hes all alone. He's a warm and considerate person who's a perfect foil for Blue, who rejects the others with his harsh personality.



* FourPhilosophyEnsemble: The Optimist
* FourTemperamentEnsemble: '''(Supine)'''; he's the arrogant, brash, and self-centered Link. Compared to the other Links, he's very short-tempered, impatient, and argumentative. He and Red are usually the comic relief of the group in which he's antagonistic towards Red's happy-go-lucky personality and sometimes resorts to hitting him. He can be terribly single-minded and comes off as being insecure. He believes himself to be the original Link (despite not wearing green) and -- out of jealousy -- questions Green's competence as a hero, gets easily flustered by Vio's condescending attitude, and constantly bullies Red. He further thinks he can do well by himself instead of cooperating with the others. Despite his rude behavior, he's deep down a loyal individual who deeply cares about the other three and is just as determined as Green in saving Zelda, along with the kingdom of Hyrule.

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* FourPhilosophyEnsemble: The Optimist
Cynic
* FourTemperamentEnsemble: '''(Supine)'''; '''(Choleric)'''; he's the arrogant, brash, and self-centered Link. Compared to the other Links, he's very short-tempered, impatient, and argumentative. He and Red are usually the comic relief of the group in which he's antagonistic towards Red's happy-go-lucky personality and sometimes resorts to hitting him. He can be terribly single-minded and comes off as being insecure. He believes himself to be the original Link (despite not wearing green) and -- out of jealousy -- questions Green's competence as a hero, gets easily flustered by Vio's condescending attitude, and constantly bullies Red. He further thinks he can do well by himself instead of cooperating with the others. Despite his rude behavior, he's deep down a loyal individual who deeply cares about the other three and is just as determined as Green in saving Zelda, along with the kingdom of Hyrule.



* FourTemperamentEnsemble: '''(Melancholic)'''; he's the analytical, calm, and thoughtful Link who plays a big role in the story because of the usage of his intellect to trick Shadow Link, learn about his weaknesses along with the grand scheme of everything, and try to put a stop to him by destroying the Mirror Of Darkness. While he can be very helpful and insightful, he can also be a tad bit condescending and arrogant. He is judgmental towards the other Links and enjoys keeping to himself instead of having to deal with constant fighting (mostly between Green and Blue). He's even manipulative when it comes to his interactions with Shadow Link and shown to be a bit of a bookworm.

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* FourTemperamentEnsemble: '''(Melancholic)'''; '''(Phlegmatic)'''; he's the analytical, calm, and thoughtful Link who plays a big role in the story because of the usage of his intellect to trick Shadow Link, learn about his weaknesses along with the grand scheme of everything, and try to put a stop to him by destroying the Mirror Of Darkness. While he can be very helpful and insightful, he can also be a tad bit condescending and arrogant. He is judgmental towards the other Links and enjoys keeping to himself instead of having to deal with constant fighting (mostly between Green and Blue). He's even manipulative when it comes to his interactions with Shadow Link and shown to be a bit of a bookworm.
26th Feb '17 7:26:58 PM 64SuperNintendo
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* CurtainsMatchTheWindow: For all expect the yellow one for some reason.

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* CurtainsMatchTheWindow: For all expect all, except the yellow one for some reason.
31st Dec '16 8:28:12 AM Owlorange1995
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* BattleBoomerang: He gets a boomerang, but does not use it often.



* BratsWithSlingshots: In the battle with Stone Arrghus.



* KillItWithFire: Obtains a Fire Rod midway through the manga.
* KillItWithIce: He has his Fire Rod converted into an Ice Rod late in the story.



* DivergentCharacterEvolution: Has a different personality then Link here.

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* BloodKnight: He is considerably more violent and more open to battle than the other Links.
* DivergentCharacterEvolution: Has a different personality then Link here.Much more violent and crude than the first Link.
* DropTheHammer: Wields one in the manga, and kills Stone Arrghus with it.


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* ArcherArchetype: Prominently uses a bow.


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* PurpleIsPowerful: He wears a violet tunic and hat, [[spoiler: and he is the only Link to defeat another Link in combat.]]
10th Dec '16 6:23:51 PM Monsund
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[[folder:Link]]

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[[folder:Link]][[folder:Links]]




[[/folder]]



%%* BladeOnAStick

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%%* BladeOnAStick* BladeOnAStick: The Trident is his explicit WeaponOfChoice.



%%* ProngsOfPoseidon

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%%* ProngsOfPoseidon* ProngsOfPoseidon: He gained the power of his previous incarnation through the Trident of Darkness.
* RaiseHimRightThisTime: Averted, the Gerudo attempted this, but Ganon still turned out evil.




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* YouCantFightFate: He ends up living the same life as his predecessor.



* DivergentCharacters: He's the only one with Link's default personality in the manga.



[[/folder]]



* VillainForgotToLevelGrind: In the manga, while he's able to defeat the four Links easily in their first fight, by the time he fights them again, they've gotten strong enough to beat him easily.

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* VillainForgotToLevelGrind: In the manga, while he's able to defeat the four Links easily in their first fight, by the time he fights them again, they've gotten strong enough to beat him easily.easily.
[[/folder]]
10th Dec '16 6:15:40 PM Monsund
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!!Link/Green Link

The main character and hero of the game. The catch is that you play as four Links in these games, but his/their destiny is the same as always. With the Four Sword/s in hand/s, he/they set out to SaveThePrincess and defeat the evil double.

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!!Link/Green Link

!!Links

The main character and hero of the game.game split into four. The catch is that you play as four Links in these games, but his/their destiny is the same as always. With the Four Sword/s in hand/s, he/they set out to SaveThePrincess and defeat the evil double.



* BackToBackBadasses: When he fights alongside the other three Links.
* BashBrothers: Sometimes with the other Links, [[spoiler:Shadow Link/s]].
* TheChosenZero: In the manga, the other Links constantly challenge his right to be the leader.
%%* TheDeterminator
%%* EleventhHourSuperpower: The Four Sword.
* EstablishingCharacterMoment: In the manga, he easily defeats a bunch of thieves on his own, before the Knights even arrive.
* FourPhilosophyEnsemble: The Cynic.
* FourTemperamentEnsemble: '''(Sanguine)'''; according to Vio, Green is very focused, motivated, and almost equally as stubborn as Blue (albeit a bit nicer than him). His personality is supposed to be similar to the original Link's. He's courageous and determined, but can be prone to acting rash. He can be anxious and headstrong while Blue can be extremely arrogant and short-tempered, which leads to arguments between the two. He nonetheless attains the role of leader (since he's wearing green) throughout the adventure and is very driven in rescuing Zelda from the clutches of evil.
%%* ImplausibleFencingPowers
* InformedFlaw: In the manga, Vio Link identifies him as the aggressive side of the original Link at the beginning; in truth, he is far less aggressive than Blue, and seems to be the closest one to the original Link in personality.
* IWorkAlone: Deconstructed in the Manga; at the beginning of the story, it's made clear Link is extremely competent when it comes to protecting Hyrule, but also has a strong tendency to work alone, disregarding the troubles he causes to his father, who leads the Knights of Hyrule. When the Four Sword divides him into four separate Links, each one representing a specific side of his personality, it turns out the ''one'' part of him they all share precisely is his stubbornness. Cue the four of them ''[[TeethClenchedTeamwork struggling]]'' to learn how to work together.
%%* TheKirk
%%* MesACrowd
* TheSouthpaw: In the manga, he is explicitly referred to as "the Left-Handed Hero".
* TeethClenchedTeamwork: In the manga with the other Links. At first.

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* BackToBackBadasses: When he fights One of the formations alongside the other three Links.
Links is back to back.
* BashBrothers: Sometimes with All the other Links, [[spoiler:Shadow Link/s]].
* TheChosenZero: In the manga, the other
Links constantly challenge his right to be the leader.
%%* TheDeterminator
%%* EleventhHourSuperpower:
work closely around eachother..
* DopplegangerAttack:
The Four Sword.
* EstablishingCharacterMoment: In the manga, he easily defeats a bunch of thieves on his own, before the Knights even arrive.
* FourPhilosophyEnsemble: The Cynic.
* FourTemperamentEnsemble: '''(Sanguine)'''; according to Vio, Green
entire game is very focused, motivated, and almost equally as stubborn as Blue (albeit a bit nicer than him). His personality is supposed to be similar to the original Link's. He's courageous and determined, but can be prone to acting rash. He can be anxious and headstrong while Blue can be extremely arrogant and short-tempered, which leads to arguments between the two. He nonetheless attains the role of leader (since he's wearing green) throughout the adventure and is very driven in rescuing Zelda from the clutches of evil.
%%* ImplausibleFencingPowers
* InformedFlaw: In the manga, Vio
Link identifies him as the aggressive side of the original Link at the beginning; in truth, he is far less aggressive than Blue, and seems to be the closest one to the original Link in personality.
* IWorkAlone: Deconstructed in the Manga; at the beginning of the story, it's made clear Link is extremely competent when it comes to protecting Hyrule, but also has a strong tendency to work alone, disregarding the troubles he causes to his father, who leads the Knights of Hyrule. When
using the Four Sword divides him to do a long doppleganger attack against the forces of evil.
* MesACrowd: Upon pulling the Four Sword, he was split
into four separate Links, each one representing a specific side of his personality, it turns out the ''one'' part of him they all share precisely is his stubbornness. Cue the four of them ''[[TeethClenchedTeamwork struggling]]'' to learn how to work together.
%%* TheKirk
%%* MesACrowd
* TheSouthpaw: In the manga, he is explicitly referred to as "the Left-Handed Hero".
* TeethClenchedTeamwork: In the manga with the other Links. At first.
four.



* DarkIsNotEvil: Her talks with [[spoiler:Shadow Link]] in the manga. She said that darkness doesn't have to be bad.

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* DarkIsEvil: She's able to identify Shadow Link as a monster from the Dark Mirror in the video game.
**
DarkIsNotEvil: Her talks with [[spoiler:Shadow Link]] in the manga. She said that darkness doesn't have to be bad.



[[folder:Red Link]]
!!Red Link

Created by the powers of the Four Sword. In the manga, Red is the childlike innocent member of the group.

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[[folder:Red Link]]
!!Red Link

Created by

[[/folder]]

[[folder:The Seven Maidens]]
!! The Seven Maidens

These young women maintain
the powers seal of the Four Sword. In the manga, Red is the childlike innocent member of the group.Sword that keeps Vaati sealed.



%%* {{Adorkable}}
* ButtMonkey: Blue frequently bullies him, typically by hitting his head with a hammer.
* FourPhilosophyEnsemble: The Realist
* FourTemperamentEnsemble: '''(Choleric)'''; he's the compassionate, optimistic, and childish Link who is usually meddling with Blue in terms of comic relief. He's shown to be very cheerful, excitable, and highly emotional. Although he can be somewhat as stubborn as the other three, he's clearly the nicest out of the four Links and usually likes to look on the bright side of things. He hates seeing the other Links fight each other and will usually speak out and try to act as the mediator, though he ends up dealing with Blue, who tends to bully him around. One clear trait of his is that he's very dependent on the other three and doesn't do too well by himself. He can easily end up feeling depressed and unsure of himself when hes all alone. He's a warm and considerate person who's a perfect foil for Blue, who rejects the others with his harsh personality.
* TheHeart: In that he's the embodiment of Link's gentle nature.
* HeroWorshipper: To anyone who saves him from danger, unfortunately.
* {{Keet}}: Let's see. He's short, cute, cries and smiles frequently, and his tunic is a very bright red.
* KidAppealCharacter: The most childlike of the four Links.
%%* TheMcCoy
%%* NiceGuy
%%* WideEyedIdealist

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%%* {{Adorkable}}
BarrierMaiden
* ButtMonkey: Blue frequently bullies him, typically by hitting his head with a hammer.
* FourPhilosophyEnsemble: The Realist
* FourTemperamentEnsemble: '''(Choleric)'''; he's
CurtainsMatchTheWindow: For all expect the compassionate, optimistic, and childish yellow one for some reason.
* DamselInDistress: All of them are captured by Shadow
Link who is usually meddling with Blue in terms of comic relief. He's shown like Zelda.
* DamselOutOfDistress: {{Neutral Female}}s they are not.
* OurFairiesAreDifferent: They can transform into fairy forms
to be very cheerful, excitable, guide Link once they are freed.
%%* ExpositionFairy
%%* FairyCompanion
%%* MacGuffinGirl
%%* NoNameGiven
* OdangoHair: The white/light blue maiden has her hair the same way as Manga/SailorMoon
* RedEyesTakeWarning: Both the red
and highly emotional. Although he can be somewhat yellow maidens have red eyes, maybe it's a case of BewareTheNiceOnes as stubborn as the other three, he's clearly the nicest out of the four Links they were sealed and usually likes to look on the bright side of things. He hates seeing the other Links fight each other and will usually speak out and try to act as the mediator, though he ends up dealing with Blue, who tends to bully him around. One clear trait of his is that he's very dependent on the other three and doesn't do too well by himself. He can easily end up feeling depressed and unsure of himself when hes all alone. He's a warm and considerate person who's a perfect foil for Blue, who rejects the others with his harsh personality.
* TheHeart: In that he's the embodiment of Link's gentle nature.
* HeroWorshipper: To anyone who saves him from danger, unfortunately.
* {{Keet}}: Let's see. He's short, cute, cries and smiles frequently, and his tunic is a very bright red.
* KidAppealCharacter: The most childlike of the four Links.
%%* TheMcCoy
%%* NiceGuy
%%* WideEyedIdealist
powers weakned.



[[folder:Blue Link]]
!!Blue Link

Created by the powers of the Four Sword. In the manga, Blue is the HotBlooded arrogant member of the group.

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[[folder:Blue Link]]
!!Blue Link

Created by the powers of the
!The Villains

[[folder:Vaati]]
!!Vaati

Vaati is a powerful EvilSorcerer in
Four Sword. In Swords and Four Swords Adventures and seemingly the manga, Blue main antagonist. Eventually, it's discovered that he is the HotBlooded arrogant member of the group.[[spoiler:a pawn in Ganon's master plan.]]



* FourPhilosophyEnsemble: The Optimist
* FourTemperamentEnsemble: '''(Supine)'''; he's the arrogant, brash, and self-centered Link. Compared to the other Links, he's very short-tempered, impatient, and argumentative. He and Red are usually the comic relief of the group in which he's antagonistic towards Red's happy-go-lucky personality and sometimes resorts to hitting him. He can be terribly single-minded and comes off as being insecure. He believes himself to be the original Link (despite not wearing green) and -- out of jealousy -- questions Green's competence as a hero, gets easily flustered by Vio's condescending attitude, and constantly bullies Red. He further thinks he can do well by himself instead of cooperating with the others. Despite his rude behavior, he's deep down a loyal individual who deeply cares about the other three and is just as determined as Green in saving Zelda, along with the kingdom of Hyrule.
%%* HairTriggerTemper
%%* HotBlooded
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: He is arrogant, hot-headed, frequently bullies Red Link, and constantly argues with the others, especially Green. However, he actually is a very noble person deep inside, and will usually end up rescuing Red.
* TheLancer: In that he's the more aggressive contrast to Green.
%%* TheSpock
* TallDarkAndSnarky: Only he's not so tall. [[BerserkButton Don't tell him that!]]
* NeatFreak: He is revealed to be one of these in an omake. It's impossible for him to sleep at night unless his clothes are neatly folded and in a nice neat stack near where he's sleeping.

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* FourPhilosophyEnsemble: The Optimist
BigBad: At first, later subverted.
* FourTemperamentEnsemble: '''(Supine)'''; he's BlowYouAway: Obviously, retaining his powers from the arrogant, brash, and self-centered Link. Compared to previous games.
* DiscOneFinalBoss: He's not really
the other Links, he's very short-tempered, impatient, and argumentative. He and Red are usually the comic relief of the group in which he's antagonistic towards Red's happy-go-lucky personality and sometimes resorts to hitting him. He can be terribly single-minded and comes off as being insecure. He believes himself to be the original Link (despite not wearing green) and -- out of jealousy -- questions Green's competence as a hero, gets easily flustered by Vio's condescending attitude, and constantly bullies Red. He further thinks he can do well by himself instead of cooperating with the others. Despite his rude behavior, he's deep down a loyal individual who deeply cares about the other three and is just as determined as Green in saving Zelda, along with the kingdom of Hyrule.
%%* HairTriggerTemper
%%* HotBlooded
final enemy.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: He is arrogant, hot-headed, frequently bullies Red Link, and constantly argues with the others, especially Green. However, he actually is a very noble person deep inside, and will usually end up rescuing Red.
* TheLancer: In that he's the more aggressive contrast to Green.
%%* TheSpock
* TallDarkAndSnarky: Only he's not so tall. [[BerserkButton Don't tell him that!]]
* NeatFreak: He is
TheDragon: Later revealed as this to [[spoiler:Ganon]].
* EvilLaugh: Oddly deep when compared to his laugh in ''The Minish Cap''.
* EvilSorcerer: Of course.
%%* FacelessEye
* HijackedByGanon: He's not the true BigBad in this game.
* HopelessBossFight: [[spoiler:The fight with him in the manga proves
to be one of these in an omake. It's this because the Dark Mirror made him impossible to kill. He only dies when Shadow Link destroys it.]]
* ThePawn: To [[spoiler:Ganon]].
* SealedEvilInACan: He starts out sealed in the Four Sword.
* SilentAntagonist: Oddly enough, despite talking a lot in ''Four Swords''and ''The Minish Cap'', in this game he has not a single line of dialogue.
* YouHaveFailedMe: When Vaati is defeated
for him the (presumed) final time and the Palace of Winds is collapsing, [[spoiler:Ganon's]] reaction to sleep at night unless his clothes are neatly folded and in a nice neat stack near where he's sleeping.
defeat is disgust that Vaati was unable to defeat the four heroes.



[[folder:Violet Link]]
!!Violet/Vio Link

Created by the powers of the Four Sword. In the manga adaptation, Vio is TheStoic and smart guy of the group.

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[[folder:Violet [[folder:Shadow Link]]
!!Violet/Vio !!Shadow Link

Created by the powers Link's Doppelgänger in Four Swords Adventures. ''Hyrule Historia'' states that he is a manifestation of the Four Sword. In the manga adaptation, Vio is TheStoic and smart guy of the group.original Ganondorf's hatred for Link.



%%* BadassBookworm
* ConsummateLiar: [[spoiler:In the manga, he does a fake FaceHeelTurn which fools everybody, including Shadow Link. Nobody sees through it, so he fakes a fight with Green Link and fakes killing him.]]
* CryForTheDevil: InUniverse, he was the first to feel sympathy for [[spoiler:Shadow Link]].
%%* DefrostingIceKing
* FourPhilosophyEnsemble: The Apathetic
* FourTemperamentEnsemble: '''(Melancholic)'''; he's the analytical, calm, and thoughtful Link who plays a big role in the story because of the usage of his intellect to trick Shadow Link, learn about his weaknesses along with the grand scheme of everything, and try to put a stop to him by destroying the Mirror Of Darkness. While he can be very helpful and insightful, he can also be a tad bit condescending and arrogant. He is judgmental towards the other Links and enjoys keeping to himself instead of having to deal with constant fighting (mostly between Green and Blue). He's even manipulative when it comes to his interactions with Shadow Link and shown to be a bit of a bookworm.
%%* GuileHero
* FakeDefector: [[spoiler:In the Manga, he fakes a FaceHeelTurn so he can get information from Shadow Link and destroy the Mirror of Darkness. Shadow Link, who had genuinely befriended him, doesn't take his betrayal well.]]
%%* InsufferableGenius
* TheSmartGuy: In that he's the embodiment of Link's intelligence.
%%* TheStoic

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%%* BadassBookworm
* ConsummateLiar: [[spoiler:In DarkIsEvil: He's an EvilTwin MadeOfEvil, and shadow.
* EnemyToAllLivingThings: Absolutely ''anywhere'' he shows up, he proceeds to make everyone and everything miserable. The best examples are in ''Village of
the manga, Blue Maiden'' where he does a fake FaceHeelTurn which fools everybody, including Shadow Link. Nobody sees through it, so keeps dragging people into the DarkWorld, and in ''Kakariko Village'' where he fakes ''nearly burns the village down''. To say nothing of the manga when he rides a fight with Green [[InstantAwesomeJustAddDragons dragon]] and actually ''succeeds'' in burning a whole town down.
* EvilTwin: He's Ganon's hate of Link given physical form.
* IShallTauntYou: Half of his appearances verge on this, either jumping away from
Link and fakes killing him.giggling (and [[VillainExitStageLeft fleeing]] if you fail to hit him) or causing trouble in plain sight.
* TheHeavy: Kickstarts the plot with the kidnapping of Zelda and the maidens, and proceeds to wreak havoc whenever possible afterward.
* LivingShadow: The evil shadow of Link.
* MadBomber: Called the trope word for word by an NPC when he's dropping ''[[OneHitKill Giant]] [[ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill Bombs]]'' on the area constantly.
* MesACrowd: He's worse than the four Links in this regard as he constantly creates clones of himself.
* MoneySpider: Drops either a Big Green (100) or Big Blue (150) Force Gem upon defeat -- ''all'' of them, even if they're clones.
* NoOntologicalInertia: When the real Shadow Link is slain, all the clones spontaneously die if they weren't killed already.
* ThePowerOfHate: According the ''Hyrule Historia'', he is the manifestation of the original Ganondorf's hatred for Link.
* PyroManiac: All the fire in ''Kakariko Villiage'' in the game is from him. The Fire Rod is also one of his most commonly used items when not in a fight; he even tries to steal one in the ''first level of the game''!
* SealedEvilInACan: In the game, he is made up of soldiers from inside the Dark Mirror.
* SlasherSmile: Has a really creepy one in the manga.
* TookALevelInBadass: He picks more difficult areas and gains more attacks with each successive boss fight. By the last one, he's throwing out ''hurricane spins'' like candy, and unlike Link, he doesn't get dizzy from it.
* WolfpackBoss: In every boss battle with him after the first, he [[MesACrowd clones himself]] to even the odds. [[spoiler:Gets cranked UpToEleven in the last battle with him, where you have to kill ''nine of him'' in a single fight.
]]
* CryForTheDevil: InUniverse, he was the first to feel sympathy for [[spoiler:Shadow Link]].
%%* DefrostingIceKing
* FourPhilosophyEnsemble: The Apathetic
* FourTemperamentEnsemble: '''(Melancholic)'''; he's the analytical, calm, and thoughtful Link who plays a big role in the story because of the usage of his intellect to trick Shadow Link, learn about his weaknesses along with the grand scheme of everything, and try to put a stop to him by destroying the Mirror Of Darkness. While he can be very helpful and insightful, he can also be a tad bit condescending and arrogant. He is judgmental towards the other Links and enjoys keeping to himself instead of having to deal with constant fighting (mostly between Green and Blue). He's even manipulative when it comes to his interactions with Shadow Link and shown to be a bit of a bookworm.
%%* GuileHero
* FakeDefector: [[spoiler:In the Manga, he fakes a FaceHeelTurn so he can get information from Shadow Link and destroy the Mirror of Darkness. Shadow Link, who had genuinely befriended him, doesn't take his betrayal well.]]
%%* InsufferableGenius
* TheSmartGuy: In that he's the embodiment of Link's intelligence.
%%* TheStoic



[[folder:The Seven Maidens]]
!! The Seven Maidens

These young women maintain the seal of the Four Sword that keeps Vaati sealed.

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[[folder:The Seven Maidens]]
[[folder:Ganon]]
!! Ganon

The Seven Maidens

These young women maintain
{{reincarnation}} of an ancient evil who rises once again using the seal Trident of the Four Sword that keeps Vaati sealed.Power.



%%* BarrierMaiden
* CurtainsMatchTheWindow: For all expect the yellow one for some reason.
* DamselInDistress: All of them are captured by Shadow Link like Zelda.
* DamselOutOfDistress: {{Neutral Female}}s they are not.
* OurFairiesAreDifferent: They can transform into fairy forms to guide Link once they are freed.
%%* ExpositionFairy
%%* FairyCompanion
%%* MacGuffinGirl
%%* NoNameGiven
* OdangoHair: The white/light blue maiden has her hair the same way as Manga/SailorMoon
* RedEyesTakeWarning: Both the red and yellow maidens have red eyes, maybe it's a case of BewareTheNiceOnes as they were sealed and powers weakned.

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* BigBad: Ends up [[HijackedByGanon usurping]] Vaati's position.
* BlackSheep: To the Gerudo people, who expelled him from their tribe when he stole the Trident. Possibly justified, as the Hyrule Historia officially places it in the Child Timeline where the events of ''Twilight Princess'' and the failed Gerudo invasion occurred and the Gerudo did not want to repeat that tragedy again.
%%* BarrierMaiden
BladeOnAStick
* CurtainsMatchTheWindow: For all expect EvilWeapon: The Trident of Power which led the yellow one for some reason.
newest Ganondorf along his StartOfDarkness.
* DamselInDistress: All of them are captured by Shadow Link like Zelda.
* DamselOutOfDistress: {{Neutral Female}}s they are not.
* OurFairiesAreDifferent: They can transform into fairy forms to guide Link once they are freed.
%%* ExpositionFairy
%%* FairyCompanion
%%* MacGuffinGirl
%%* NoNameGiven
* OdangoHair:
LegacyCharacter: The white/light blue maiden only Legacy Ganon in the series. Every other game has her hair the same way as Manga/SailorMoon
one from ''Ocarina of Time'' either unsealed or resurrected; this Ganondorf is notably a different individual.
* RedEyesTakeWarning: Both MagicMirror: Which he used to create Shadow Link.
%%* ManipulativeBastard
%%* PigMan
%%* ProngsOfPoseidon
* {{Reincarnation}}: Though Ganon is usually
the red same person throughout the series, this one is an exception; the original Ganondorf died at the end of ''Twilight Princess'', and yellow maidens have red eyes, maybe it's a case of BewareTheNiceOnes as they were sealed and powers weakned.
this one is his reincarnation.



!The Villains

[[folder:Vaati]]
!!Vaati

Vaati is a powerful EvilSorcerer in Four Swords and Four Swords Adventures and seemingly the main antagonist. Eventually, it's discovered that he is [[spoiler:a pawn in Ganon's master plan.]]

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!The Villains

[[folder:Vaati]]
!!Vaati

Vaati is a powerful EvilSorcerer in Four Swords and Four Swords Adventures and seemingly

!Manga Characters

[[folder:Green Link]]

!!Green Link

The manga's version of
the main antagonist. Eventually, it's discovered that he is [[spoiler:a pawn in Ganon's master plan.]]hero of the game. Green Link embodies Link's default personality.



* BigBad: At first, later subverted.
* BlowYouAway: Obviously, retaining his powers from the previous games.
* DiscOneFinalBoss: He's not really the final enemy.
* TheDragon: Later revealed as this to [[spoiler:Ganon]].
* EvilLaugh: Oddly deep when compared to his laugh in ''The Minish Cap''.
* EvilSorcerer: Of course.
%%* FacelessEye
* HijackedByGanon: He's not the true BigBad in this game.
* HopelessBossFight: [[spoiler:The fight with him in the manga proves to be this because the Dark Mirror made him impossible to kill. He only dies when Shadow Link destroys it.]]
* ThePawn: To [[spoiler:Ganon]].
* SealedEvilInACan: He starts out sealed in the Four Sword.
* SilentAntagonist: Oddly enough, despite talking a lot in ''Four Swords''and ''The Minish Cap'', in this game he has not a single line of dialogue.
* YouHaveFailedMe: When Vaati is defeated for the (presumed) final time and the Palace of Winds is collapsing, [[spoiler:Ganon's]] reaction to his defeat is disgust that Vaati was unable to defeat the four heroes.

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* BigBad: At first, later subverted.
AlwaysSaveTheGirl: Princess Zelda of course.
* BlowYouAway: Obviously, retaining BackToBackBadasses: When he fights alongside the other three Links.
* BashBrothers: Sometimes with the other Links, [[spoiler:Shadow Link/s]].
* TheChosenZero: In the manga, the other Links constantly challenge
his powers from right to be the previous games.
leader.
%%* TheDeterminator
%%* EleventhHourSuperpower: The Four Sword.
* DiscOneFinalBoss: EstablishingCharacterMoment: In the manga, he easily defeats a bunch of thieves on his own, before the Knights even arrive.
* FourPhilosophyEnsemble: The Cynic.
* FourTemperamentEnsemble: '''(Sanguine)'''; according to Vio, Green is very focused, motivated, and almost equally as stubborn as Blue (albeit a bit nicer than him). His personality is supposed to be similar to the original Link's.
He's not really courageous and determined, but can be prone to acting rash. He can be anxious and headstrong while Blue can be extremely arrogant and short-tempered, which leads to arguments between the final enemy.
two. He nonetheless attains the role of leader (since he's wearing green) throughout the adventure and is very driven in rescuing Zelda from the clutches of evil.
%%* ImplausibleFencingPowers
* TheDragon: Later revealed InformedFlaw: In the manga, Vio Link identifies him as this the aggressive side of the original Link at the beginning; in truth, he is far less aggressive than Blue, and seems to [[spoiler:Ganon]].
be the closest one to the original Link in personality.
* EvilLaugh: Oddly deep IWorkAlone: Deconstructed in the Manga; at the beginning of the story, it's made clear Link is extremely competent when compared it comes to protecting Hyrule, but also has a strong tendency to work alone, disregarding the troubles he causes to his laugh in ''The Minish Cap''.
* EvilSorcerer: Of course.
father, who leads the Knights of Hyrule. When the Four Sword divides him into four separate Links, each one representing a specific side of his personality, it turns out the ''one'' part of him they all share precisely is his stubbornness. Cue the four of them ''[[TeethClenchedTeamwork struggling]]'' to learn how to work together.
%%* FacelessEye
TheKirk
%%* MesACrowd
* HijackedByGanon: He's not TheSouthpaw: In the true BigBad in this game.
manga, he is explicitly referred to as "the Left-Handed Hero".
* HopelessBossFight: [[spoiler:The fight with him in TeethClenchedTeamwork: In the manga proves to be this because with the Dark Mirror made him impossible to kill. He only dies when Shadow Link destroys it.]]
* ThePawn: To [[spoiler:Ganon]].
* SealedEvilInACan: He starts out sealed in the Four Sword.
* SilentAntagonist: Oddly enough, despite talking a lot in ''Four Swords''and ''The Minish Cap'', in this game he has not a single line of dialogue.
* YouHaveFailedMe: When Vaati is defeated for the (presumed) final time and the Palace of Winds is collapsing, [[spoiler:Ganon's]] reaction to his defeat is disgust that Vaati was unable to defeat the four heroes.
other Links. At first.



[[folder:Shadow Link]]
!!Shadow Link

Link's Doppelgänger in Four Swords Adventures. His character was given more depth in the manga adaption. At first, he seemed to be Link's complete opposite. He tricks Link into retrieving the Four Sword in both the game and the manga. ''Hyrule Historia'' states that he is a manifestation of the original Ganondorf's hatred for Link.

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[[folder:Shadow [[folder:Red Link]]
!!Shadow !!Red Link

Link's Doppelgänger in Four Swords Adventures. His character was given more depth in Created by the manga adaption. At first, he seemed to be Link's complete opposite. He tricks Link into retrieving powers of the Four Sword in both Sword. In the game and manga, Red is the manga. ''Hyrule Historia'' states that he is a manifestation childlike innocent member of the original Ganondorf's hatred for Link.group.



* AdaptationDistillation: The game and the manga flip-flop on these. In the game, he has a whole slew of abilities, but is given no backstory. In the manga, he's a fully-fleshed out character, but showcases ''none'' of the abilities he had in the game short of wielding a sword.
** Most jarring is his ability to use [[SwordBeam Sword Beams]] in the manga while the other Links can't. This is reversed in the game.
* BerserkButton: "Don't ever '''mock''' the shadows! You think they're weak and insubstantial!!"
%%* DarkIsNotEvil
* DeadpanSnarker: In the manga.
* EnemyToAllLivingThings: Absolutely ''anywhere'' he shows up, he proceeds to make everyone and everything miserable. The best examples are in ''Village of the Blue Maiden'' where he keeps dragging people into the DarkWorld, and in ''Kakariko Village'' where he ''nearly burns the village down''. To say nothing of the manga when he rides a [[InstantAwesomeJustAddDragons dragon]] and actually ''succeeds'' in burning a whole town down.
* EvilTwin: In the manga, it's explained that he is the literal shadow of Link given physical form.
* FreudianExcuse: In the manga, it's revealed that he is angry at Link for not being noticed.
* HeroicSacrifice: [[spoiler:In the manga, he destroys the Dark Mirror to kill Guufu, which also kills him.]]
* IShallTauntYou: Half of his appearances verge on this, either jumping away from Link and giggling (and [[VillainExitStageLeft fleeing]] if you fail to hit him) or causing trouble in plain sight.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: [[spoiler:In the manga, after Zelda tries to be nice to him and gets kidnapped AGAIN. He disguises himself as Violet/Vio and leads the others to her. When they're ambushed, he takes matters into his own hands and smashes the Dark Mirror himself, [[HeroicSacrifice knowing full well what that will do to him]] (see RedemptionEqualsDeath below).]]
* JokeCharacter: Is the main characters of the manga {{omake}}s with him as TheProtagonist. With weird plots as him having a blog, being a {{hikikomori}}, and so on.
* TheHeavy: Kickstarts the plot with the kidnapping of Zelda and the maidens, and proceeds to wreak havoc whenever possible afterward.
* LivingShadow: The evil shadow of Link.
* MadBomber: Called the trope word for word by an NPC when he's dropping ''[[OneHitKill Giant]] [[ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill Bombs]]'' on the area constantly.
* MesACrowd: He's worse than the four Links in this regard.
* MoneySpider: Drops either a Big Green (100) or Big Blue (150) Force Gem upon defeat -- ''all'' of them, even if they're clones.
* NoOntologicalInertia: When the real Shadow Link is slain, all the clones spontaneously die if they weren't killed already.
* ThePowerOfHate: According the ''Hyrule Historia'', he is the manifestation of the original Ganondorf's hatred for Link.
* PyroManiac: All the fire in ''Kakariko Villiage'' in the game is from him. The Fire Rod is also one of his most commonly used items when not in a fight; he even tries to steal one in the ''first level of the game''!
* RedemptionEqualsDeath: [[spoiler:In the manga, his breaking of the Dark Mirror causes his own death.]]
* SealedEvilInACan: In the game, he is made up of soldiers from inside the Dark Mirror.
* SlasherSmile: Has a really creepy one in the manga.
* TheStarscream: In the manga, he doesn't care for the idea of Guufu or Ganon's rule, [[spoiler:but doesn't consider plotting against them till Vio suggests the plan of using Zelda's power to destroy Ganon]]. He's beaten by the Links before his plans get off the ground however.
* TookALevelInBadass: He picks more difficult areas and gains more attacks with each successive boss fight. By the last one, he's throwing out ''hurricane spins'' like candy, and unlike Link, he doesn't get dizzy from it.
* WolfpackBoss: In every boss battle with him after the first, he [[MesACrowd clones himself]] to even the odds. [[spoiler:Gets cranked UpToEleven in the last battle with him, where you have to kill ''nine of him'' in a single fight.]]
* VillainForgotToLevelGrind: In the manga, while he's able to defeat the four Links easily in their first fight, by the time he fights them again, they've gotten strong enough to beat him easily.

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%%* {{Adorkable}}
* AdaptationDistillation: The game and the manga flip-flop on these. In the game, he has ButtMonkey: Blue frequently bullies him, typically by hitting his head with a whole slew of abilities, but is given no backstory. hammer.
* DivergentCharacterEvolution:
In the manga, Red Link has his own personality.
* FourPhilosophyEnsemble: The Realist
* FourTemperamentEnsemble: '''(Choleric)''';
he's a fully-fleshed the compassionate, optimistic, and childish Link who is usually meddling with Blue in terms of comic relief. He's shown to be very cheerful, excitable, and highly emotional. Although he can be somewhat as stubborn as the other three, he's clearly the nicest out character, but showcases ''none'' of the abilities he had in four Links and usually likes to look on the game short bright side of wielding a sword.
** Most jarring is his ability to use [[SwordBeam Sword Beams]] in the manga while
things. He hates seeing the other Links can't. This is reversed in fight each other and will usually speak out and try to act as the game.
* BerserkButton: "Don't ever '''mock'''
mediator, though he ends up dealing with Blue, who tends to bully him around. One clear trait of his is that he's very dependent on the shadows! You think they're weak other three and insubstantial!!"
%%* DarkIsNotEvil
doesn't do too well by himself. He can easily end up feeling depressed and unsure of himself when hes all alone. He's a warm and considerate person who's a perfect foil for Blue, who rejects the others with his harsh personality.
* DeadpanSnarker: TheHeart: In that he's the embodiment of Link's gentle nature.
* HeroWorshipper: To anyone who saves him from danger, unfortunately in
the manga.
* EnemyToAllLivingThings: Absolutely ''anywhere'' he shows up, he proceeds to make everyone and everything miserable. The best examples are in ''Village of the Blue Maiden'' where he keeps dragging people into the DarkWorld, and in ''Kakariko Village'' where he ''nearly burns the village down''. To say nothing of the manga when he rides a [[InstantAwesomeJustAddDragons dragon]] and actually ''succeeds'' in burning a whole town down.
* EvilTwin: In the manga, it's explained that he is the literal shadow of Link given physical form.
* FreudianExcuse: In the manga, it's revealed that he is angry at Link for not being noticed.
* HeroicSacrifice: [[spoiler:In the manga, he destroys the Dark Mirror to kill Guufu, which also kills him.]]
* IShallTauntYou: Half of his appearances verge on this, either jumping away from Link and giggling (and [[VillainExitStageLeft fleeing]] if you fail to hit him) or causing trouble in plain sight.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: [[spoiler:In the manga, after Zelda tries to be nice to him and gets kidnapped AGAIN. He disguises himself as Violet/Vio and leads the others to her. When they're ambushed, he takes matters into his own hands and smashes the Dark Mirror himself, [[HeroicSacrifice knowing full well what that will do to him]] (see RedemptionEqualsDeath below).]]
* JokeCharacter: Is the main characters of the manga {{omake}}s with him as TheProtagonist. With weird plots as him having a blog, being a {{hikikomori}}, and so on.
* TheHeavy: Kickstarts the plot with the kidnapping of Zelda and the maidens, and proceeds to wreak havoc whenever possible afterward.
* LivingShadow: The evil shadow of Link.
* MadBomber: Called the trope word for word by an NPC when he's dropping ''[[OneHitKill Giant]] [[ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill Bombs]]'' on the area constantly.
* MesACrowd:
{{Keet}}: Let's see. He's worse than short, cute, cries and smiles frequently, and his tunic is a very bright red.
* KidAppealCharacter: The most childlike of
the four Links in this regard.
* MoneySpider: Drops either a Big Green (100) or Big Blue (150) Force Gem upon defeat -- ''all'' of them, even if they're clones.
* NoOntologicalInertia: When the real Shadow Link is slain, all the clones spontaneously die if they weren't killed already.
* ThePowerOfHate: According the ''Hyrule Historia'', he is the manifestation of the original Ganondorf's hatred for Link.
* PyroManiac: All the fire in ''Kakariko Villiage'' in the game is from him. The Fire Rod is also one of his most commonly used items when not in a fight; he even tries to steal one in the ''first level of the game''!
* RedemptionEqualsDeath: [[spoiler:In the manga, his breaking of the Dark Mirror causes his own death.]]
* SealedEvilInACan: In the game, he is made up of soldiers from inside the Dark Mirror.
* SlasherSmile: Has a really creepy one in
the manga.
* TheStarscream: In the manga, he doesn't care for the idea of Guufu or Ganon's rule, [[spoiler:but doesn't consider plotting against them till Vio suggests the plan of using Zelda's power to destroy Ganon]]. He's beaten by the Links before his plans get off the ground however.
* TookALevelInBadass: He picks more difficult areas and gains more attacks with each successive boss fight. By the last one, he's throwing out ''hurricane spins'' like candy, and unlike Link, he doesn't get dizzy from it.
* WolfpackBoss: In every boss battle with him after the first, he [[MesACrowd clones himself]] to even the odds. [[spoiler:Gets cranked UpToEleven in the last battle with him, where you have to kill ''nine of him'' in a single fight.]]
* VillainForgotToLevelGrind: In the manga, while he's able to defeat the four Links easily in their first fight, by the time he fights them again, they've gotten strong enough to beat him easily.
%%* TheMcCoy
%%* NiceGuy
%%* WideEyedIdealist



[[folder:Ganon]]
!! Ganon

The {{reincarnation}} of an ancient evil who rises once again using the Trident of Power.

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[[folder:Ganon]]
!! Ganon

The {{reincarnation}} of an ancient evil who rises once again using
[[folder:Blue Link]]
!!Blue Link

Created by
the Trident powers of Power.the Four Sword. In the manga, Blue is the HotBlooded arrogant member of the group.



* BigBad: Ends up [[HijackedByGanon usurping]] Vaati's position.
* BlackSheep: To the Gerudo people, who expelled him from their tribe when he stole the Trident. Possibly justified, as the Hyrule Historia officially places it in the Child Timeline where the events of ''Twilight Princess'' and the failed Gerudo invasion occurred and the Gerudo did not want to repeat that tragedy again.
%%* BladeOnAStick
* EvilWeapon: The Trident of Power which led the newest Ganondorf along his StartOfDarkness.
* LegacyCharacter: The only Legacy Ganon in the series. Every other game has the same one from ''Ocarina of Time'' either unsealed or resurrected; this Ganondorf is notably a different individual.
* MagicMirror: Which he used to create Shadow Link.
%%* ManipulativeBastard
%%* PigMan
%%* ProngsOfPoseidon
* {{Reincarnation}}: Though Ganon is usually the same person throughout the series, this one is an exception; the original Ganondorf died at the end of ''Twilight Princess'', and this one is his reincarnation.

[[/folder]]

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* BigBad: Ends up [[HijackedByGanon usurping]] Vaati's position.
* BlackSheep: To the Gerudo people, who expelled him from their tribe when he stole the Trident. Possibly justified, as the Hyrule Historia officially places it in the Child Timeline where the events of ''Twilight Princess'' and the failed Gerudo invasion occurred and the Gerudo did not want to repeat that tragedy again.
%%* BladeOnAStick
* EvilWeapon: The Trident of Power which led the newest Ganondorf along his StartOfDarkness.
* LegacyCharacter: The only Legacy Ganon in the series. Every other game has the same one from ''Ocarina of Time'' either unsealed or resurrected; this Ganondorf is notably
DivergentCharacterEvolution: Has a different individual.
personality then Link here.
* MagicMirror: Which he used FourPhilosophyEnsemble: The Optimist
* FourTemperamentEnsemble: '''(Supine)'''; he's the arrogant, brash, and self-centered Link. Compared
to create Shadow Link.
%%* ManipulativeBastard
%%* PigMan
%%* ProngsOfPoseidon
* {{Reincarnation}}: Though Ganon is
the other Links, he's very short-tempered, impatient, and argumentative. He and Red are usually the same person throughout comic relief of the series, this one is an exception; group in which he's antagonistic towards Red's happy-go-lucky personality and sometimes resorts to hitting him. He can be terribly single-minded and comes off as being insecure. He believes himself to be the original Ganondorf died at Link (despite not wearing green) and -- out of jealousy -- questions Green's competence as a hero, gets easily flustered by Vio's condescending attitude, and constantly bullies Red. He further thinks he can do well by himself instead of cooperating with the others. Despite his rude behavior, he's deep down a loyal individual who deeply cares about the other three and is just as determined as Green in saving Zelda, along with the kingdom of Hyrule.
%%* HairTriggerTemper
%%* HotBlooded
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: He is arrogant, hot-headed, frequently bullies Red Link, and constantly argues with the others, especially Green. However, he actually is a very noble person deep inside, and will usually
end up rescuing Red.
* TheLancer: In that he's the more aggressive contrast to Green.
%%* TheSpock
* TallDarkAndSnarky: Only he's not so tall. [[BerserkButton Don't tell him that!]]
* NeatFreak: He is revealed to be one
of ''Twilight Princess'', these in an omake. It's impossible for him to sleep at night unless his clothes are neatly folded and this one in a nice neat stack near where he's sleeping.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Violet Link]]
!!Violet/Vio Link

Created by the powers of the Four Sword. In the manga adaptation, Vio is TheStoic and smart guy of the group.
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%%* BadassBookworm
* ConsummateLiar: [[spoiler:In the manga, he does a fake FaceHeelTurn which fools everybody, including Shadow Link. Nobody sees through it, so he fakes a fight with Green Link and fakes killing him.]]
* CryForTheDevil: InUniverse, he was the first to feel sympathy for [[spoiler:Shadow Link]].
* DivergentCharacterEvolution: Has a different personality then Link here.
%%* DefrostingIceKing
* FourPhilosophyEnsemble: The Apathetic
* FourTemperamentEnsemble: '''(Melancholic)'''; he's the analytical, calm, and thoughtful Link who plays a big role in the story because of the usage of his intellect to trick Shadow Link, learn about his weaknesses along with the grand scheme of everything, and try to put a stop to him by destroying the Mirror Of Darkness. While he can be very helpful and insightful, he can also be a tad bit condescending and arrogant. He is judgmental towards the other Links and enjoys keeping to himself instead of having to deal with constant fighting (mostly between Green and Blue). He's even manipulative when it comes to his interactions with Shadow Link and shown to be a bit of a bookworm.
%%* GuileHero
* FakeDefector: [[spoiler:In the Manga, he fakes a FaceHeelTurn so he can get information from Shadow Link and destroy the Mirror of Darkness. Shadow Link, who had genuinely befriended him, doesn't take his betrayal well.]]
%%* InsufferableGenius
* TheSmartGuy: In that he's the embodiment of Link's intelligence.
%%* TheStoic

[[folder:Shadow Link]]
!!Shadow Link

Link's Doppelgänger in Four Swords Adventures. His character was given more depth in the manga adaption. At first, he seemed to be Link's complete opposite. He tricks Link into retrieving the Four Sword in both the game and the manga. ''Hyrule Historia'' states that he is a manifestation of the original Ganondorf's hatred for Link.
----
* AdaptationDistillation: The game and the manga flip-flop on these. In the game, he has a whole slew of abilities, but is given no backstory. In the manga, he's a fully-fleshed out character, but showcases ''none'' of the abilities he had in the game short of wielding a sword. Most jarring
is his reincarnation.

[[/folder]]
ability to use [[SwordBeam Sword Beams]] in the manga while the other Links can't. This is reversed in the game.
* AdaptationalAttractiveness: He looks like a cute boy here as opposed to a shadow monster in the shape of one as in the video game.
* BerserkButton: "Don't ever '''mock''' the shadows! You think they're weak and insubstantial!!"
* DarkIsNotEvil: Here it turns out he isn't evil.
* DeadpanSnarker: In the manga.
* EnemyToAllLivingThings: Absolutely ''anywhere'' he shows up, he proceeds to make everyone and everything miserable. The best examples are in ''Village of the Blue Maiden'' where he keeps dragging people into the DarkWorld, and in ''Kakariko Village'' where he ''nearly burns the village down''. To say nothing of the manga when he rides a [[InstantAwesomeJustAddDragons dragon]] and actually ''succeeds'' in burning a whole town down.
* EvilTwin: In the manga, it's explained that he is the literal shadow of Link given physical form.
* FreudianExcuse: In the manga, it's revealed that he is angry at Link for not being noticed.
* HeroicSacrifice: [[spoiler:In the manga, he destroys the Dark Mirror to kill Guufu, which also kills him.]]
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: [[spoiler:In the manga, after Zelda tries to be nice to him and gets kidnapped AGAIN. He disguises himself as Violet/Vio and leads the others to her. When they're ambushed, he takes matters into his own hands and smashes the Dark Mirror himself, [[HeroicSacrifice knowing full well what that will do to him]] (see RedemptionEqualsDeath below).]]
* JokeCharacter: Is the main characters of the manga {{omake}}s with him as TheProtagonist. With weird plots as him having a blog, being a {{hikikomori}}, and so on.
* RedemptionEqualsDeath: [[spoiler:In the manga, his breaking of the Dark Mirror causes his own death.]]
* SlasherSmile: Has a really creepy one in the manga.
* TheStarscream: In the manga, he doesn't care for the idea of Guufu or Ganon's rule, [[spoiler:but doesn't consider plotting against them till Vio suggests the plan of using Zelda's power to destroy Ganon]]. He's beaten by the Links before his plans get off the ground however.
* VillainForgotToLevelGrind: In the manga, while he's able to defeat the four Links easily in their first fight, by the time he fights them again, they've gotten strong enough to beat him easily.
8th Oct '16 3:51:54 PM milliewilliebo
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* JokeCharacter: Is the main characters of the manga {{omake}}s with him as TheProtagonist. With weird plots as him having a blog, being a {{hikikomori}}, and so on.
4th Oct '16 2:27:22 PM milliewilliebo
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* CurtainsMatchTheWindow: For all expect the yellow one for some reason.




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* OdangoHair: The white/light blue maiden has her hair the same way as Manga/SailorMoon
* RedEyesTakeWarning: Both the red and yellow maidens have red eyes, maybe it's a case of BewareTheNiceOnes as they were sealed and powers weakned.
21st Jul '16 2:44:59 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* DangerouslyGenreSavvy: ''Like you wouldn't believe'' in the manga. In the game, he's more of a generic troublemaker; in the manga, he's more dangerous than the villain(s) he serves.
** The first thing he does after imprisoning the maidens and releasing Gufuu ([[DubNameChange Vaati]]) is finish running roughshod over Hyrule Castle and its Four Knights to stamp out any military resistance, even disguising himself as the real Link [[BatmanGambit so he can catch his father off-guard]] and banish him to the Dark World.
** He waits for the Links at Hyrule Castle, hoping to snuff them out while their teamwork is shaky. It ''[[CurbStompBattle nearly works]]'', [[NearVillainVictory but they're saved at the last second.]]
** He keeps tabs on the other Links constantly, either through Argghus' minions or the Dark Mirror.
** He [[FaceHeelTurn recruits Vio]] to his side to keep the Links separated. He also purposely neglects to mention to his new [[DoubleAgent "comrade"]] of the Dark Mirror's scrying ability, as well as what is apparently a replay function -- which recorded Vio trying to smash the mirror. Whoops.
** When Vio's treachery is revealed, Shadow Link decides to not only dunk him in lava, but two of the Four Swords along with him. He's ''again'' [[NearVillainVictory foiled at the last second]], after which the Links wisely decide to take him down before he can pull any more stunts.
17th Jul '16 3:27:23 PM Luigifan
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* EstablishingCharacterMoment: In the manga, he easily defeating a bunch of thieves of his own, before the Knights even arrive.
* FourPhilosophyEnsemble: The Cynic
* FourTemperamentEnsemble: '''(Sanguine)'''; according to Vio, Green is very focused, motivated and almost equally as stubborn as Blue (albeit, a bit nicer than him). His personality is supposed to be similar to the original Link's. He's courageous and determined, but can be prone to acting rash. He can be anxious and headstrong while Blue can be extremely arrogant and short-tempered which leads to arguments between the two. He nonetheless attains the role of leader (since he's wearing green) throughout the adventure and is very driven in rescuing Zelda from the clutches of evil.

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* EstablishingCharacterMoment: In the manga, he easily defeating defeats a bunch of thieves of on his own, before the Knights even arrive.
* FourPhilosophyEnsemble: The Cynic
Cynic.
* FourTemperamentEnsemble: '''(Sanguine)'''; according to Vio, Green is very focused, motivated motivated, and almost equally as stubborn as Blue (albeit, (albeit a bit nicer than him). His personality is supposed to be similar to the original Link's. He's courageous and determined, but can be prone to acting rash. He can be anxious and headstrong while Blue can be extremely arrogant and short-tempered short-tempered, which leads to arguments between the two. He nonetheless attains the role of leader (since he's wearing green) throughout the adventure and is very driven in rescuing Zelda from the clutches of evil.



* InformedFlaw: In the manga, Vio Link identifies him as the aggressive side of the original Link at the beginning; In truth, he is far less aggressive than Blue, and seems to be the closest one from the original Link in personality.
* IWorkAlone: Deconstructed in the Manga; at the beginning of the story, it's made clear Link is extremely competent when it comes to protecting Hyrule, but also has a strong tendency to work alone, disregarding the troubles he causes to his father, who leads the Knights of Hyrule. When the Four Sword divides him in four separate Links representing each one a specific side of his personality, turns out the ''one'' part of him they all share precisely is his stubbornness. Cue the four of them ''[[TeethClenchedTeamwork struggling]]'' to learn how to work together.

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* InformedFlaw: In the manga, Vio Link identifies him as the aggressive side of the original Link at the beginning; In in truth, he is far less aggressive than Blue, and seems to be the closest one from to the original Link in personality.
* IWorkAlone: Deconstructed in the Manga; at the beginning of the story, it's made clear Link is extremely competent when it comes to protecting Hyrule, but also has a strong tendency to work alone, disregarding the troubles he causes to his father, who leads the Knights of Hyrule. When the Four Sword divides him in into four separate Links Links, each one representing each one a specific side of his personality, it turns out the ''one'' part of him they all share precisely is his stubbornness. Cue the four of them ''[[TeethClenchedTeamwork struggling]]'' to learn how to work together.



* TheSouthpaw: In the manga, he is explicitly referred as "the Left-Handed Hero".

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* TheSouthpaw: In the manga, he is explicitly referred to as "the Left-Handed Hero".



* HairOfGoldHeartOfGold: IncorruptiblePurePureness, associated with light, kindhearted and serves as TheHeart for the party. Oh, and she's blonde.

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* HairOfGoldHeartOfGold: IncorruptiblePurePureness, associated with light, kindhearted kindhearted, and serves as TheHeart for the party. Oh, and she's blonde.



* FourTemperamentEnsemble: '''(Choleric)'''; he's the compassionate, optimistic and childish Link who is usually meddling with Blue in terms of comic relief. He's shown to be very cheerful, excitable and highly emotional. Although he can be somewhat as stubborn as the other three, he's clearly the nicest out of the four Links and usually likes to look on the bright side of things. He hates seeing the other Links fight each other and will usually speak out and try to act as the mediator though he ends up dealing with Blue, who tends to bully him around. One clear trait of his is that he's very dependent on the other three and doesn't do too well by himself. He can easily end up feeling depressed and unsure of himself when hes all alone. He's a warm and considerate person who's a perfect foil for Blue, who rejects the others with his harsh personality.

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* FourTemperamentEnsemble: '''(Choleric)'''; he's the compassionate, optimistic optimistic, and childish Link who is usually meddling with Blue in terms of comic relief. He's shown to be very cheerful, excitable excitable, and highly emotional. Although he can be somewhat as stubborn as the other three, he's clearly the nicest out of the four Links and usually likes to look on the bright side of things. He hates seeing the other Links fight each other and will usually speak out and try to act as the mediator mediator, though he ends up dealing with Blue, who tends to bully him around. One clear trait of his is that he's very dependent on the other three and doesn't do too well by himself. He can easily end up feeling depressed and unsure of himself when hes all alone. He's a warm and considerate person who's a perfect foil for Blue, who rejects the others with his harsh personality.



* FourTemperamentEnsemble: '''(Supine)'''; he's the arrogant, brash, and self-centered Link. Compared to the other Links, he's very short-tempered, impatient and argumentative. He and Red are usually the comic relief of the group in which he's antagonistic towards Red's happy-go-lucky personality and sometimes resorts to hitting him. He can be terribly single-minded and comes off as being insecure. He believes himself to be the original Link (despite not wearing green) and out of jealousy, questions Green's competence as a hero, gets easily flustered by Vio's condescending attitude, and constantly bullies Red. He further thinks he can do well by himself instead of cooperating with the others. Despite his rude behavior, he's deep down a loyal individual who deeply cares about the other three and is just as determined as Green in saving Zelda, along with the kingdom of Hyrule.

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* FourTemperamentEnsemble: '''(Supine)'''; he's the arrogant, brash, and self-centered Link. Compared to the other Links, he's very short-tempered, impatient impatient, and argumentative. He and Red are usually the comic relief of the group in which he's antagonistic towards Red's happy-go-lucky personality and sometimes resorts to hitting him. He can be terribly single-minded and comes off as being insecure. He believes himself to be the original Link (despite not wearing green) and -- out of jealousy, jealousy -- questions Green's competence as a hero, gets easily flustered by Vio's condescending attitude, and constantly bullies Red. He further thinks he can do well by himself instead of cooperating with the others. Despite his rude behavior, he's deep down a loyal individual who deeply cares about the other three and is just as determined as Green in saving Zelda, along with the kingdom of Hyrule.



* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: He is arrogant, hot-headed, frequently bullies Red Link and constantly argues with the others, especially Green. However, he actually is a very noble person deep inside, and will usually end up rescuing Red.

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* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: He is arrogant, hot-headed, frequently bullies Red Link Link, and constantly argues with the others, especially Green. However, he actually is a very noble person deep inside, and will usually end up rescuing Red.



* FourTemperamentEnsemble: '''(Melancholic)'''; he's the analytical, calm and thoughtful Link who plays a big role in the story because of the usage of his intellect to trick Shadow Link, learn about his weaknesses along with the grand scheme of everything, and try to put a stop to him by destroying the Mirror Of Darkness. While he can be very helpful and insightful, he can also be a tad bit condescending and arrogant. He is judgmental towards the other Links and enjoys keeping to himself instead of having to deal with constant fighting (mostly between Green and Blue). He's even manipulative when it comes to his interactions with Shadow Link and shown to be a bit of a bookworm.

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* FourTemperamentEnsemble: '''(Melancholic)'''; he's the analytical, calm calm, and thoughtful Link who plays a big role in the story because of the usage of his intellect to trick Shadow Link, learn about his weaknesses along with the grand scheme of everything, and try to put a stop to him by destroying the Mirror Of Darkness. While he can be very helpful and insightful, he can also be a tad bit condescending and arrogant. He is judgmental towards the other Links and enjoys keeping to himself instead of having to deal with constant fighting (mostly between Green and Blue). He's even manipulative when it comes to his interactions with Shadow Link and shown to be a bit of a bookworm.



* OurFairiesAreDifferent: They could transform into fairy forms to guide Link once they where freed.

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* OurFairiesAreDifferent: They could can transform into fairy forms to guide Link once they where are freed.



Vaati is a powerful EvilSorcerer in Four Swords and Four Swords Adventure and seemingly the main antagonist, Eventually, it's discovered that he is [[spoiler:a pawn in Ganon's master plan.]]

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Vaati is a powerful EvilSorcerer in Four Swords and Four Swords Adventure Adventures and seemingly the main antagonist, antagonist. Eventually, it's discovered that he is [[spoiler:a pawn in Ganon's master plan.]]



* TheDragon: Later revealed as this to [[spoiler: Ganon]].

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* TheDragon: Later revealed as this to [[spoiler: Ganon]].[[spoiler:Ganon]].



%%* EvilSorcerer: Of course.

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%%* * EvilSorcerer: Of course.



* ThePawn: To [[spoiler: Ganon]].

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* ThePawn: To [[spoiler: Ganon]].[[spoiler:Ganon]].



* SilentAntagonist: Oddly enough despite talking a lot in ''Four Swords''and ''The Minish Cap'', in this game he has not a single line of dialogue.
* YouHaveFailedMe: When Vaati is defeated for the (presumed) final time and the Palace of Winds is collapsing, [[spoiler: Ganon's]] reaction to his defeat is disgust that Vaati is unable to defeat the four heroes.

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* SilentAntagonist: Oddly enough enough, despite talking a lot in ''Four Swords''and ''The Minish Cap'', in this game he has not a single line of dialogue.
* YouHaveFailedMe: When Vaati is defeated for the (presumed) final time and the Palace of Winds is collapsing, [[spoiler: Ganon's]] [[spoiler:Ganon's]] reaction to his defeat is disgust that Vaati is was unable to defeat the four heroes.



* AdaptationDistillation: The game and the manga flip-flop on these. In the game he has a whole slew of abilities, but is given no backstory. In the manga he's a fully-fleshed out character, but showcases ''none'' of the abilities he had in the game short of wielding a sword.

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* AdaptationDistillation: The game and the manga flip-flop on these. In the game game, he has a whole slew of abilities, but is given no backstory. In the manga manga, he's a fully-fleshed out character, but showcases ''none'' of the abilities he had in the game short of wielding a sword.



* DangerouslyGenreSavvy: ''Like you wouldn't believe'' in the manga. In the game he's more of a generic troublemaker; in the manga he's more dangerous than the villain(s) he serves.
** The first thing he does after imprisoning the maidens and releasing Gufuu ([[DubNameChange Vaati]]) is finish running roughshod over Hyrule Castle and its Four Knights to stamp out any military resistance, even disguising himself as the real Link [[BatmanGambit so he can catch his Father off guard]] and banish him to the Dark World.

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* DangerouslyGenreSavvy: ''Like you wouldn't believe'' in the manga. In the game game, he's more of a generic troublemaker; in the manga manga, he's more dangerous than the villain(s) he serves.
** The first thing he does after imprisoning the maidens and releasing Gufuu ([[DubNameChange Vaati]]) is finish running roughshod over Hyrule Castle and its Four Knights to stamp out any military resistance, even disguising himself as the real Link [[BatmanGambit so he can catch his Father off guard]] father off-guard]] and banish him to the Dark World.



** He [[FaceHeelTurn recruits Vio]] to his side to keep the Links separated. He also purposely neglects to mention to his new [[DoubleAgent "comrade"]] of the Dark Mirror's scrying ability, as well as what is apparently a replay function - which recorded Vio trying to smash the mirror. Whoops.

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** He [[FaceHeelTurn recruits Vio]] to his side to keep the Links separated. He also purposely neglects to mention to his new [[DoubleAgent "comrade"]] of the Dark Mirror's scrying ability, as well as what is apparently a replay function - -- which recorded Vio trying to smash the mirror. Whoops.



* MoneySpider: Drops either a Big Green (100) or Big Blue (150) Force Gem upon defeat - ''all'' of them, even if they're clones.

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* MoneySpider: Drops either a Big Green (100) or Big Blue (150) Force Gem upon defeat - -- ''all'' of them, even if they're clones.



* TheStarscream: In the manga, he doesn't care for the idea of Guufu or Ganon's rule, [[spoiler: but doesn't consider plotting against them till Vio suggests the plan using Zelda' power to destroy Ganon]]. He's beaten by the Links before his plans get off the ground however.
* TookALevelInBadass: He picks more difficult areas and gains more attacks with each successive boss fight. By the last one, he's throwing out ''hurricane spins'' like candy, and unlike Link he doesn't get dizzy from it.
* WolfpackBoss: In every boss battle with him after the first, he [[MesACrowd clones himself]] to even the odds. [[spoiler:Gets cranked UpToEleven in the last battle with him where you have to kill ''nine of him'' in a single fight.]]
* VillainForgotToLevelGrind: In the manga, while he's able to defeat the four the Links easily their first fight, by the time he fights them again they've gotten strong enough to beat him easily.

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* TheStarscream: In the manga, he doesn't care for the idea of Guufu or Ganon's rule, [[spoiler: but [[spoiler:but doesn't consider plotting against them till Vio suggests the plan of using Zelda' Zelda's power to destroy Ganon]]. He's beaten by the Links before his plans get off the ground however.
* TookALevelInBadass: He picks more difficult areas and gains more attacks with each successive boss fight. By the last one, he's throwing out ''hurricane spins'' like candy, and unlike Link Link, he doesn't get dizzy from it.
* WolfpackBoss: In every boss battle with him after the first, he [[MesACrowd clones himself]] to even the odds. [[spoiler:Gets cranked UpToEleven in the last battle with him him, where you have to kill ''nine of him'' in a single fight.]]
* VillainForgotToLevelGrind: In the manga, while he's able to defeat the four the Links easily in their first fight, by the time he fights them again again, they've gotten strong enough to beat him easily.



* BlackSheep: To the Gerudo people who expelled him from their tribe when he stole the Trident. Possibly justified, as the Hyrule Historia officially places it in the Child Timeline where the events of Twilight Princess and the failed Gerudo invasion occurred and the Gerudo did not want to repeat that tragedy again.

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* BlackSheep: To the Gerudo people people, who expelled him from their tribe when he stole the Trident. Possibly justified, as the Hyrule Historia officially places it in the Child Timeline where the events of Twilight Princess ''Twilight Princess'' and the failed Gerudo invasion occurred and the Gerudo did not want to repeat that tragedy again.



* {{Reincarnation}}: Though Ganon is usually the same person throughout the series, this one is an exception; the original Ganondorf died at the end of Twilight Princess, and this one is his reincarnation.

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* {{Reincarnation}}: Though Ganon is usually the same person throughout the series, this one is an exception; the original Ganondorf died at the end of Twilight Princess, ''Twilight Princess'', and this one is his reincarnation.
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