History Characters / TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess

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* BagOfHolding: This is the game where it's actually seen where Link puts all his stuff: a small pouch on the back of his belt, where he stuffs such things as a huge ball and chain, a fishing pole and a top he rides like a skateboard.

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* BagOfHolding: This is the game where it's actually seen where Link puts all his stuff: a small pouch on the back of his belt, where he stuffs such things as a huge ball and chain, a fishing pole pole, and a top he rides like a skateboard.



* ContrastingSequelMainCharacter: Several Links before him are either Hylian Knights, a Chosen One who was told of his destiny, or JumpedAtTheCall, with their own funny quirks. This Link has a non-lethal case of TheCallKnowsWhereYouLive, and a deadly serious NoNonsenseNemesis when push comes to shove.

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* ContrastingSequelMainCharacter: Several Links before him are either Hylian Knights, a Chosen One who was told of his destiny, or JumpedAtTheCall, with their own funny quirks. This Link has a non-lethal case of TheCallKnowsWhereYouLive, and he's a deadly serious NoNonsenseNemesis when push comes to shove.



* HeartbrokenBadass: For a portion of the game, as Link loses his friends to the Bokoblin bandits, and can't talk to them due to his wolf transformation. And when Link ''is'' a human when he meets Ilia again, she doesn't recognize him due to an amnesia that occured beforehand. Fortunately, he does manage to save them all, and restore Ilia's memory.

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* HeartbrokenBadass: For a portion of the game, as Link loses his friends to the Bokoblin bandits, and can't talk to them due to his wolf transformation. And when Link ''is'' a human when he meets Ilia again, she doesn't recognize him due to an a case of amnesia that occured beforehand. Fortunately, he does manage to save them all, and restore Ilia's memory.



* LegacyCharacter: Probably the most explicit example of the series as he is a direct descendant of the Hero of Time. In fact the reason he receives his trademark green outfit is because he is recognized as the next bearer of the Triforce of Courage by the spirit Faron.
* {{Leitmotif}}: Finally receives one in the form of [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J0hX34Hu92U the new Hyrule Field theme]], which also plays after particularly heroic moments, when he has the [[TacticalSuicideBoss upper hand]] [[PuzzleBoss in boss fights]] and in the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4FWqG7AUntM Link/Hero dedicated part of the Zelda 25th Anniversary montage.]]
* MasterSwordsman: As expected os someone wielding the [[CoolSword Master Sword]]. His skill at fighting is highlighted here through the various sword-fighting techniques he learns. Although most of them are optional, he does explicitly defeat Ganondorf in a straight up duel. While he doesn't start the game as a distinguished fighter, [[TookALevelInBadass by the end of it]] he truly lives up the title of "MasterSwordsman".

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* LegacyCharacter: Probably the most explicit example of the series series, as he is a direct descendant of the Hero of Time. In fact fact, the reason he receives his trademark green outfit is because he is recognized as the next bearer of the Triforce of Courage by the spirit Faron.
* {{Leitmotif}}: Finally receives one in the form of [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J0hX34Hu92U the new Hyrule Field theme]], which also plays after particularly heroic moments, when he has the [[TacticalSuicideBoss upper hand]] [[PuzzleBoss in boss fights]] fights]], and in the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4FWqG7AUntM Link/Hero dedicated part of the Zelda 25th Anniversary montage.]]
* MasterSwordsman: As expected os of someone wielding the [[CoolSword Master Sword]]. His skill at fighting is highlighted here through the various sword-fighting techniques he learns. Although most of them are optional, he does explicitly defeat Ganondorf in a straight up straight-up duel. While he doesn't start the game as a distinguished fighter, [[TookALevelInBadass by the end of it]] it]], he truly lives up the title of "MasterSwordsman".



* ParentalAbandonment: In tradition with the rest of the series, his parents are nowhere to be seen.

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* ParentalAbandonment: In tradition with the rest of the series, his parents are nowhere to be seen. If the manga is any indication, they're most likely dead.



* RewardingVandalism: However, in Iza's boat shop, [[RealityEnsues has to pay for vandalism]].

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* RewardingVandalism: However, in Iza's boat shop, [[RealityEnsues he has to pay for vandalism]].



* TheStoic: This Link is probably the most aloof, serious and mature incarnation yet, showing more subtle and understated responses than other Links. Even the versions of adult Link from ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOfTime Ocarina of Time]]'' and ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaSkywardSword Skyward Sword]]'' had more moments of goofy {{Adorkable}}ness.

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* TheStoic: This Link is probably the most aloof, serious serious, and mature incarnation yet, showing more subtle and understated responses than other Links. Even the versions of adult Link from ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOfTime Ocarina of Time]]'' and ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaSkywardSword Skyward Sword]]'' had more moments of goofy {{Adorkable}}ness.



* VoluntaryShapeshifting: After obtaining the Master Sword, gets the ability to change between his wolf and human forms at any time with the help of the Shadow Crystal Zant had tried to use on him.

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* VoluntaryShapeshifting: After obtaining the Master Sword, Link gets the ability to change between his wolf and human forms at any time with the help of the Shadow Crystal Zant had tried to use on him.



* AntiHero: At first she's arrogant and only cares about killing Zant.

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* AntiHero: At first first, she's arrogant and only cares about killing Zant.



* BadassAdorable: When in a good mood her imp form can be downright cute.

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* BadassAdorable: When in a good mood mood, her imp form can be downright cute.



* CreepyGood: Especially with the completed Fused Shadows which turns her into full-out EldritchAbomination.

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* CreepyGood: Especially with the completed Fused Shadows Shadows, which turns her into a full-out EldritchAbomination.



* CuteMonsterGirl: The appearance and behavior she had in her imp form give her this trait. In her true form, however, she appears to be the most human looking of the Twili.
* DarkIsNotEvil: She's arrogant, sarcastic and initially selfish, but not evil. She opposes Zant and his minions because she doesn't like how he tries to govern the Twilight Realm.

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* CuteMonsterGirl: The appearance and behavior she had in her imp form give her this trait. In her true form, however, she appears to be the most human looking human-looking of the Twili.
* DarkIsNotEvil: She's arrogant, sarcastic sarcastic, and initially selfish, but not evil. She opposes Zant and his minions because she doesn't like how he tries to govern the Twilight Realm.



* DefrostingIceQueen: Over the course of the game she slowly becomes less arrogant and haughty.

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* DefrostingIceQueen: Over the course of the game game, she slowly becomes less arrogant and haughty.



* EldritchAbomination: With the Fused Shadows she becomes an amorphous creature made of Twilight, though she still retains her normal personality.

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* EldritchAbomination: With the Fused Shadows Shadows, she becomes an amorphous creature made of Twilight, though she still retains her normal personality.



%%* FullFrontalAssault: She's naked in her imp form, though [[BarbieDollAnatomy she has no sensitive anatomy to hide anyway]].

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%%* * FullFrontalAssault: She's naked in her imp form, though [[BarbieDollAnatomy she has no sensitive anatomy to hide anyway]].



* HartmanHips: Both in her imp and real form have pronounced hips.

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* HartmanHips: Both in her imp and real form have pronounced hips.



%%* NonhumansLackAttributes: While she is naked in her imp form, she lacks certain attributes.

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%%* * NonhumansLackAttributes: While she is naked in her imp form, she lacks certain attributes.



* TheReveal: Halfway through the game it's revealed that Midna is the Twilight Princess, trapped in an imp form by Zant.

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* TheReveal: Halfway through the game game, it's revealed that Midna is the Twilight Princess, trapped in an imp form by Zant.



* AdaptationalAttractiveness: So far his mouth doesn't appear to be carved up in the manga.

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* AdaptationalAttractiveness: So far far, his mouth doesn't appear to be carved up in the manga.



* AmusingInjuries: Link inflicts these on him in the fourth and fifth rounds the fight. In the fourth round, knocking him off the totem pole results him him getting his head stuck in the ground. And in the fifth round, hitting his foot with the Ball and Chain results in him hopping around and clutching his foot, shrinking to mouse size as he does.

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* AmusingInjuries: Link inflicts these on him in the fourth and fifth rounds of the fight. In the fourth round, knocking him off the totem pole results him him getting his head stuck in the ground. And in the fifth round, hitting his foot with the Ball and Chain results in him hopping around and clutching his foot, shrinking to mouse size as he does.



* BondVillainStupidity: Zigzagged. Though he was smart enough to take the Fused Shadows from Midna and Link, he merely curses Link to stay as a wolf permanently rather than killing him outright. When he meets them again at Arbiter's Grounds and sees that Link is still alive, he shatters the Mirror of Twilight and scatters its pieces across Hyrule. But he doesn't actively stop them from reclaiming them, however. Before that, he animates Stallord to kill Link, and then promptly leaves without even bothering to make sure that Stallord actually beat him.

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* BondVillainStupidity: Zigzagged. Though he was smart enough to take the Fused Shadows from Midna and Link, he merely curses Link to stay as a wolf permanently rather than killing him outright. When he meets them again at Arbiter's Grounds and sees that Link is still alive, he shatters the Mirror of Twilight and scatters its pieces across Hyrule. But Hyrule, but he doesn't actively stop them from reclaiming them, however.them. Before that, he animates Stallord to kill Link, and then promptly leaves without even bothering to make sure that Stallord actually beat him.



* CastingAShadow: Comes with being a Twili. Though as stated by Midna, his magic is far more different than the normal shadow magic used by Twili due to gaining his magic from Ganondorf.

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* CastingAShadow: Comes with being a Twili. Though as stated by Midna, his magic is far more different than the normal shadow magic used by Twili due to gaining his magic from Ganondorf.



* CoolSword: He has a rather large magical sword (known as the Scimitar of Twilight in ''VideoGame/HyruleWarriors'') that he drives in Stallord's head, reanimating the monster.

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* CoolSword: He has a rather large magical sword (known as the Scimitar of Twilight in ''VideoGame/HyruleWarriors'') that he drives in into Stallord's head, reanimating the monster.



** In the very first chapter of the manga, he actually engages Midna in battle during his takeover of the Twilight Realm to steal her fragment of the Fused Shadow. It's not a spoiler to say he won decisively.

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** In the very first chapter of the manga, he actually engages Midna in battle during his takeover of the Twilight Realm to steal her fragment of the Fused Shadow. It's not a spoiler to say that he won decisively.



* DarthVaderClone: Walks around in black robes with a CoolHelmet. Makes that weird sort of distinctive sound whenever he appears that could be likened to Vader's breath. Also, the scene when he breaks down the door of Hyrule castle, massacres the Hylian soldiers, walks in after his troops like a badass, and captures Princess Zelda really seals the deal. He can also be considered TheDragon to Ganondorf to some extent, but is more independent than Vader was. Interestingly, another ''Star Wars'' villain ([[Film/TheForceAwakens Kylo Ren]]), also a DarthVaderClone, was later introduced with even more similarities to Zant than the man himself.

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* DarthVaderClone: Walks around in black robes with a CoolHelmet. Makes that weird sort of distinctive sound whenever he appears that could be likened to Vader's breath. Also, the scene when he breaks down the door of Hyrule castle, Castle, massacres the Hylian soldiers, walks in after his troops like a badass, and captures Princess Zelda really seals the deal. He can also be considered TheDragon to Ganondorf to some extent, but is more independent than Vader was. Interestingly, another ''Star Wars'' villain ([[Film/TheForceAwakens Kylo Ren]]), also a DarthVaderClone, was later introduced with even more similarities to Zant than the man himself.



* EntitledBastard: In contrast to the other Twili, who were content with life in the Twilight Realm, Zant feels that he and the Twili were oppressed and banished from what he feels is rightfully their realm and longed to take it back. [[DealWithTheDevil Ganondorf gives him the chance to do so]].
* EvilChancellor: The game is vague on whatever position he had only revealing that he served in the royal house, and was initially next in line for the throne, but in the manga he was explicitly the young aide of Midna's father who had his eye on the throne the whole time.
* EvilIsBigger: Is the second most prominent villain after Ganondorf, and towers over every other main characters aside from the aforementioned Ganondorf.

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* EntitledBastard: In contrast to the other Twili, who were content with life in the Twilight Realm, Zant feels that he and the Twili were oppressed and banished from what he feels is rightfully their realm and longed to take it back. [[DealWithTheDevil Ganondorf gives him the chance to do so]].
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* EvilChancellor: The game is vague on whatever position he had had, only revealing that he served in the royal house, and was initially next in line for the throne, but in the manga he was explicitly the young aide of Midna's father father, who had his eye on the throne the whole time.
* EvilIsBigger: Is the second most second-most prominent villain after Ganondorf, and towers over every other main characters character aside from the aforementioned Ganondorf.



* AnIcePerson: He encases Zora Domain in ice. [[OffscreenVillainy offscreen, of course.]]

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* AnIcePerson: He encases Zora Domain in ice. [[OffscreenVillainy offscreen, Offscreen, of course.]]



* {{Leitmotif}}: Has a very subtle one. In his [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1_6PunpVxZw&index=40&list=WL theme music]] at the beginning after the ScareChord there is a very weird sequence of six notes played on what sounds like a very discordant stringed instrument. When you are in Twilight-covered areas of Hyrule, you hear the same six notes on a flute in the BGM. He has another one titled [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IfWuwTrcKnE&list=WL&index=41 Light and Darkness]] that plays during his first confrontation with Link and their final encounter in the Palace of Twilight.
* MadeOfIron: While not at [[NighInvulnerable Ganon's level]], this is a villain that can take a beat down and won't ''stay down''. He endures a grueling six-round fight with Link that involved falling on his head, getting hit in the foot repeatedly and a copious amount of sword swings and still clung to life long enough to taunt Midna about how her curse can never be broken. And even when Midna impales him using the Fused Shadows, Ganon's death scene reveals he's ''still alive'' in some capacity. What ultimately finishes him off? Him snapping his own neck.

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* {{Leitmotif}}: Has a very subtle one. In his [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1_6PunpVxZw&index=40&list=WL theme music]] music]], at the beginning beginning, after the ScareChord ScareChord, there is a very weird sequence of six notes played on what sounds like a very discordant stringed instrument. When you are in Twilight-covered areas of Hyrule, you hear the same six notes on a flute in the BGM. He has another one titled [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IfWuwTrcKnE&list=WL&index=41 Light and Darkness]] that plays during his first confrontation with Link and their final encounter in the Palace of Twilight.
* MadeOfIron: While not at [[NighInvulnerable Ganon's level]], this is a villain that can take a beat down and won't ''stay down''. He endures a grueling six-round fight with Link that involved falling on his head, getting hit in the foot repeatedly repeatedly, and a copious amount of sword swings swings, and still clung to life long enough to taunt Midna about how her curse can never be broken. And even when Midna impales him using the Fused Shadows, Ganon's death scene reveals he's ''still alive'' in some capacity. What ultimately finishes him off? Him snapping his own neck.



* MaskOfSanity: The immediate impression is of a calm, controlled EvilOverlord. The way he ''drools in Midna's ear''[[note]]could also be stitches, its hard to tell[[/note]] is the first clue to his real personality. The mask comes off entirely in his boss fight, along with his cool and calm demeanor.

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* MaskOfSanity: The immediate impression is of a calm, controlled EvilOverlord. The way he ''drools in Midna's ear''[[note]]could also be stitches, its it's hard to tell[[/note]] is the first clue to his real personality. The mask comes off entirely in his boss fight, along with his cool and calm demeanor.



* MoodSwinger: He presents a veneer of control for the most part, but he is easily provoked and when backed into a corner, his true colors appear.

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* MoodSwinger: He presents a veneer of control for the most part, but he is easily provoked provoked, and when backed into a corner, his true colors appear.



-->'''Zant:''' You speak of magic? Still your tongue for a moment, whelp, and I will tell you of both magic and the oppression of ages... The people of our tribe...a tribe that mastered the arts of magic...were locked away in this world like insects in a cage. In the shadows we regressed, so much so that we soon knew neither anger nor hatred...nor even the faintest bloom of desire. And all of it was the fault of a useless, do-nothing royal family that had resigned itself to this miserable half-existence! I had served and endured in that depraved household for far too long, my impudent princess. And why, you ask? Because I believed I would be the next to rule our people! THAT is why! But would they acknowledge me as their king? No! And as such, I was denied the magic powers befitting our ruler. It was then, in the thrall of hatred and despair, that I turned my eyes to the heavens...and found a god. My god had only one wish... To merge shadow and light...and make darkness!

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-->'''Zant:''' You speak of magic? Still your tongue for a moment, whelp, and I will tell you of both magic and the oppression of ages... The people of our tribe... a tribe that mastered the arts of magic...magic... were locked away in this world like insects in a cage. In the shadows we regressed, so much so that we soon knew neither anger nor hatred... nor even the faintest bloom of desire. And all of it was the fault of a useless, do-nothing royal family that had resigned itself to this miserable half-existence! I had served and endured in that depraved household for far too long, my impudent princess. And why, you ask? Because I believed I would be the next to rule our people! THAT is why! But would they acknowledge me as their king? No! And as such, I was denied the magic powers befitting our ruler. It was then, in the thrall of hatred and despair, that I turned my eyes to the heavens... and found a god. My god had only one wish... [[CastingAShadow To merge shadow and light...]] [[DarkIsEvil and make darkness!darkness!]]



* MySpeciesDothProtestTooMuch: The other Twili are peaceful, and content with their life in the Twilight Realm. Zant is not.
* NearVillainVictory: By the time Link got involved in the plot, Zant had already conquered most of Hyrule with the only province remaining being Ordona province and that was only thwarted because Link just happened to be there at the exact moment a Shadow Beast appeared to steal Ordona's light.
* NeckSnap: He does one in Ganon's death scene for some reason. By doing this, he is striking the final blow and getting rid of his former master. Apparently their life forces were tied together somehow.

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* MySpeciesDothProtestTooMuch: The other Twili are peaceful, peaceful and content with their life in the Twilight Realm. Zant is not.
* NearVillainVictory: By the time Link got involved in the plot, Zant had already conquered most of Hyrule Hyrule, with the only province remaining being the Ordona province province, and that was only thwarted because Link just happened to be there at the exact moment a Shadow Beast appeared to steal Ordona's light.
* NeckSnap: He does one in Ganon's death scene for some reason. By doing this, he is striking the final blow and getting rid of his former master. Apparently their life forces life-forces were tied together somehow.



* OrcusOnHisThrone: Zigzagged. He personally leads the coup to overthrow Midna, is on the front lines with the invasion of Hyrule and even takes care of Link personally when he begins to become a problem, but after shattering the Mirror of Twilight and preventing Link and Midna from entering the Twilight Realm, he believes he's taken care of all obstacles and spends the rest of the game at the Palace of Twilight, which is the dungeon where the player fights him (it's the semifinal dungeon of the game).

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* OrcusOnHisThrone: Zigzagged. He personally leads the coup to overthrow Midna, is on the front lines with the invasion of Hyrule Hyrule, and even takes care of Link personally when he begins to become a problem, but after shattering the Mirror of Twilight and preventing Link and Midna from entering the Twilight Realm, he believes he's taken care of all obstacles and spends the rest of the game at the Palace of Twilight, which is the dungeon where the player fights him (it's the semifinal dungeon of the game).



* RealityWarper: Thanks to Ganondorf's power, Zant can do virtually ''anything''. He can change size at will, levitate, teleport, travel between the Twilight Realm and Hyrule without the Mirror of Twilight, conjure objects out of Twilight matter, turn others into Shadow Beasts, create holograms of himself, and replicate past locations of previous bosses among other magical feats. What makes this terrifying is that there doesn't seem to be any known limit to his powers. If it wasn't for his [[UnskilledButStrong lack of actual combat skill]], he would probably be unstoppable.

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* RealityWarper: Thanks to Ganondorf's power, Zant can do virtually ''anything''. He can change size at will, levitate, teleport, travel between the Twilight Realm and Hyrule without the Mirror of Twilight, conjure objects out of Twilight matter, turn others into Shadow Beasts, create holograms of himself, and replicate past locations of previous bosses bosses, among other magical feats. What makes this terrifying is that there doesn't seem to be any known limit to his powers. If it wasn't for his [[UnskilledButStrong lack of actual combat skill]], he would probably be unstoppable.



* SizeShifter: During the fifth round of the fight, Zant grows to giant size and tries to crush Link underfoot. Hilariously, when struck by the Ball and Chain, he'll jump around clutching his foot while shrinking to tiny size.

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* SizeShifter: During the fifth round of the fight, Zant grows to [[AttackOfThe50FootWhatever giant size size]] and tries to crush Link underfoot. Hilariously, when struck by the Ball and Chain, he'll jump around clutching his foot while shrinking to tiny size.



* VillainBall: For most of the game Zant zigzags between being smart and bouts of BondVillainStupidity, but halfway through the game, he ends up holding this as he curses Link to remain as a wolf instead of killing him, and shatters the Mirror of Twilight to stop them from reaching him, but doesn't actively stop them from reclaiming the fragments.

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* VillainBall: For most of the game game, Zant zigzags between being smart and bouts of BondVillainStupidity, but halfway through the game, he ends up holding this as he curses Link to remain as a wolf instead of killing him, and shatters the Mirror of Twilight to stop them from reaching him, but doesn't actively stop them from reclaiming the fragments.



* BlackKnight: Has a hefty black armor, [[{{BFS}} huge sword]], and [[MightyGlacier slow]], [[TheStoic stoic]] and [[EvilIsBigger imposing]] nature, and he also fights similar to the Darknuts that play this trope straight. However, Ganondorf is a manipulative evil king rather than an actual knight.

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* BlackKnight: Has a hefty black armor, [[{{BFS}} huge sword]], and a [[MightyGlacier slow]], [[TheStoic stoic]] stoic]], and [[EvilIsBigger imposing]] nature, and he also fights similar similarly to the Darknuts that play this trope straight. However, Ganondorf is a manipulative evil king rather than an actual knight.



* CosmicLotteryWinner: Ganondorf should have been killed during his execution. Zelda sending Link back in time at the end of ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOfTime Ocarina of Time]]'' gave Ganondorf the Triforce of Power making him NighInvulnerable. His goal was to get the Triforce and he was stopped before he could even start, but got it anyway.

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* CosmicLotteryWinner: Ganondorf should have been killed during his execution. Zelda sending Link back in time at the end of ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOfTime Ocarina of Time]]'' gave Ganondorf the Triforce of Power Power, making him NighInvulnerable. His goal was to get the Triforce and he was stopped before he could even start, but he got it anyway.



* DarthVaderClone: The ''other'' Vader-like character in the game, especially when you consider how Zant's true personality turns out to be the exact opposite of Vader's. He has the black armor, BadassCape, and general build, kills a sage using a [[ChokeHolds chokehold]], and is a towering MightyGlacier swordfighter (with a sword made of light, no less) during his final boss battle. Fittingly, his usual ArchEnemy Link, usually a blond, blue-eyed swordsman just like Luke Skywalker, looks a bit more like Luke in this game than in other ''Zelda'' games and even starts out as a farm boy just like Luke did.[[note]]However, Link is less of an ArchEnemy to Ganondorf this time around, due to the game taking place in the "Child" timeline where Ganon didn't encounter other Links much beforehand, unless you consider how [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaSkywardSword Demise]] started the inter-generational rivalry in the first place[[/note]]

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* DarthVaderClone: The ''other'' Vader-like character in the game, especially when you consider how Zant's true personality turns out to be the exact opposite of Vader's. He has the black armor, BadassCape, and general build, kills a sage using a [[ChokeHolds chokehold]], and is a towering MightyGlacier swordfighter (with a sword made of light, no less) during his final boss battle. Fittingly, his usual ArchEnemy Link, usually a blond, blue-eyed swordsman just like Luke Skywalker, looks a bit more like Luke in this game than in other ''Zelda'' games and even starts out as a farm boy just like Luke did.[[note]]However, Link is less of an ArchEnemy to Ganondorf this time around, due to the game taking place in the "Child" timeline where Ganon didn't encounter other Links much beforehand, unless you consider how [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaSkywardSword Demise]] started the inter-generational rivalry in the first place[[/note]]place.[[/note]]



* DeathIsCheap: He actually ''dies'' at the end of the game. But is reborn as a second Ganondorf prior to the events of ''Four Swords Adventures''.
* {{Determinator}}: Even when he's impaled with the Master Sword he refuses to give up.

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* DeathIsCheap: He actually ''dies'' at the end of the game. But he is reborn as a second Ganondorf prior to the events of ''Four Swords Adventures''.
* {{Determinator}}: Even when he's impaled with the Master Sword Sword, he refuses to give up.



* {{Hypocrite}}: Ganondorf considers the Twilis' magic petty, but during his fights he uses the same type of magic against the Hero and Midna, including twilight portals. He also sees Midna's race as pathetic but still the reason why he was released was thanks to such 'pathetic' race.

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* {{Hypocrite}}: Ganondorf considers the Twilis' Twili's magic petty, but during his fights fights, he uses the same type of magic against the Hero and Midna, including twilight portals. He also sees Midna's race as pathetic pathetic, but still still, the reason why he was released was thanks due to such a 'pathetic' race.



* OneWingedAngel: Ganon, as always. [[BishonenLine He turns back into his human form for the very last fight though]].

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* OneWingedAngel: Ganon, as always. [[BishonenLine He turns back into his human form for the very last fight though]].fight, though.]]



* RetCanon: He uses two of his non-canon ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros Melee'' moves in the game: he uses a choke variation of Warlock Punch to kill the Sage of Water (which [[RecursiveAdaptation became the basis for Flame Choke]] another one of his ''Smash'' moves), and uses a move similar to his forward smash as part of a sword combo during the final battle.

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* RetCanon: He uses two of his non-canon ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros Melee'' moves in the game: he uses a choke variation of Warlock Punch to kill the Sage of Water (which [[RecursiveAdaptation became the basis for Flame Choke]] Choke]], another one of his ''Smash'' moves), and uses a move similar to his forward smash as part of a sword combo during the final battle.



* UngratefulBastard: It was thanks to Zant and the Twili that Ganondorf was capable of be free from his banishment, but while talking to Midna he slanders them for defying the gods with their 'petty' magic and calls them pathetic.

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* UngratefulBastard: It was thanks to Zant and the Twili that Ganondorf was capable of be free being freed from his banishment, but while talking to Midna Midna, he slanders them for defying the gods with their 'petty' magic and calls them pathetic.



* AdaptationalVillainy: While he was a villain in the game, it was clear that he was JustFollowingOrders due to his philosophy of [[IFightForTheStrongestSide fighting for the strongest side]] and bore no actual malice toward Link, eventually surrendering when he realized that Link was the strongest side. In the manga, he's a full on PsychoForHire who takes sadistic glee in his pillaging, cutting off Link's arm and even threatening to rape Ilia.

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* AdaptationalVillainy: While he was a villain in the game, it was clear that he was JustFollowingOrders due to his philosophy of [[IFightForTheStrongestSide fighting for the strongest side]] and bore no actual malice toward Link, eventually surrendering when he realized that Link was the strongest side. In the manga, he's a full on full-on PsychoForHire who takes sadistic glee in his pillaging, cutting off Link's arm arm, and even threatening to rape Ilia.



* DisproportionateRetribution: When Link managed to actually wound Bulbin in his attempt to rescue Ilia and Colin, Bulbin retaliates by ordering his men to hold him down... '''So he can cut off his arm with his axe.'''
* EstablishingCharacterMoment: King Bulblin and his army are introduced during the attack on Ordon Village. They storm into spring, where one of his raiders knocks Link unconscious, while another of them shoots Ilia in the back with a poisoned arrow. Once the kids have been rounded up, King Bulblin sounds his trumpet to open the first Twilight Portal and signal his men to withdraw.
* EvilCannotComprehendGood: The manga provides a new angle to his IFightForTheStrongestSide philosophy. After capturing Ilia, he tries to cheer her up by saying that she will soon be the new queen of the Twilight Realm. But Ilia is still grieving over the fact that she thinks Link is dead, which frustrates Bulbin as he can't understand why Ilia would care so much about someone Bulbin thinks is so weak. As he grew up in an environment that encourages being a SocialDarwinist, to him, he believes that the strong deserves to rule over the weak as that is the only life he knows.
* FatBastard: He's got quite a large gut, and is one of the villains of the game. Subverted in the game where he's one of the only villains to redeem himself.

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* DisproportionateRetribution: When Link managed to actually wound Bulbin in his attempt to rescue Ilia and Colin, Bulbin retaliates by ordering his men to hold him down... '''So '''so he can cut off his arm with his axe.'''
* EstablishingCharacterMoment: King Bulblin and his army are introduced during the attack on Ordon Village. They storm into the spring, where one of his raiders knocks Link unconscious, while another of them shoots Ilia in the back with a poisoned arrow. Once the kids have been rounded up, King Bulblin sounds his trumpet to open the first Twilight Portal and signal his men to withdraw.
* EvilCannotComprehendGood: The manga provides a new angle to his IFightForTheStrongestSide philosophy. After capturing Ilia, he tries to cheer her up by saying that she will soon be the new queen of the Twilight Realm. But Ilia is still grieving over the fact that she thinks Link is dead, which frustrates Bulbin King Bulblin, as he can't understand why Ilia would care so much about someone Bulbin he thinks is so weak. As he grew up in an environment that encourages being a SocialDarwinist, to him, he believes that the strong deserves deserve to rule over the weak weak, as that is the only life he knows.
* FatBastard: He's got quite a large gut, and is one of the villains of the game. Subverted in the game game, where he's one of the only villains to redeem himself.



* TheHeavy: Bulblin is established as Zant's [[KingMook chief flunky]] for 3/4 of the game, during which, Link has to face him in battle 3 times. By the time of their 4th (and final) confrontation at Hyrule Castle, King Bulblin has become a part of Ganandorf's army.

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* TheHeavy: Bulblin is established as Zant's [[KingMook chief flunky]] for 3/4 of the game, during which, Link has to face him in battle 3 times. By the time of their 4th (and final) confrontation at Hyrule Castle, King Bulblin has become a part of Ganandorf's Ganondorf's army.



* OurGoblinsAreDifferent: He's somewhere on the verge between Goblin, and Orc. As a militaristic green skinned monster thats about roughly person sized.

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* OurGoblinsAreDifferent: He's somewhere on the verge between Goblin, and Orc. As a militaristic green skinned monster thats that's about roughly person sized. person-sized, he's somewhere on the verge between Goblin and Orc.



* FlunkyBoss: Will use the Gale Boomerang to cut down Baba Serpents and six them on Link.

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* FlunkyBoss: Will use the Gale Boomerang to cut down Baba Serpents and six sic them on Link.



* AttackOfThe50FootWhatever: The thing is gigantic, only Zant when he supersizes approaches it in size.

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* AttackOfThe50FootWhatever: The thing is gigantic, gigantic; only Zant when he supersizes approaches it in size.



* RecurringBoss: Is fought first when Link goes to find the Master Sword, then later when
* SecretTestOfCharacter: Given that he opens new paths through the woods every time Link finds him, and the fact he is initially summoned when Link howls Zelda's Lullaby, it seems that he isn't really evil, but testing Link's resolve.

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* RecurringBoss: Is fought first when Link goes to find the Master Sword, then later when
when Link goes to find the Temple of Time.
* SecretTestOfCharacter: Given that he opens new paths through the woods every time Link finds him, and the fact that he is initially summoned when Link howls Zelda's Lullaby, it seems that he isn't really evil, but testing Link's resolve.



Arbiter's Grounds resident miniboss. Apparently a ghost shaman with an ox skull for a head and an alligator jawbone for a mouth but at a shorter length. Gives up the spinner after his defeat.

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Arbiter's Grounds resident miniboss. Apparently a ghost shaman with an ox skull for a head and an alligator jawbone for a mouth but at a shorter length. Gives up the spinner Spinner after his defeat.



* EpicFlail: Use the Ball and Chain before Link kills him and takes it.

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* EpicFlail: Use Uses the Ball and Chain before Link kills him and takes it.



* BeatTheCurseOutOfHim: She can only be brought back to normal by defeating her in the battle.

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* BeatTheCurseOutOfHim: She can only be brought back to normal by defeating her in the battle.



* KingMook: Although Yeta retains her physical form during the influence of the Mirror fragment, the monstrous ice formation she uses to attack Link takes the form of a Freezard, while also moving and attacking like one.

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* KingMook: Although Yeta retains her physical form during under the influence of the Mirror fragment, the monstrous ice formation she uses to attack Link takes the form of a Freezard, while also moving and attacking like one.



* BlackKnight: The Darknut miniboss in the Temple of Time wears unique all black armor.
* BlockingStopsAllDamage: Even the damage comes from an explosion, it doesn't matter. It doesn't even matter if the attack hits them behind when blocking, when they're blocking they can't be damaged.

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* BlackKnight: The Darknut miniboss in the Temple of Time wears unique all black all-black armor.
* BlockingStopsAllDamage: Even when the damage comes from an explosion, it doesn't matter. It doesn't even matter if the attack hits them from behind when blocking, blocking; when they're blocking blocking, they can't be damaged.



* SwordFight: This is one of the few minibosses that challenge Link to an 1-on-1 swordfight, due to his humanoid appearance. And as proof of his formidable defense, it's also one of the few enemies in the game that won't die with a Mortal Draw (which only disarms the parts of his armor)

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* SwordFight: This is one of the few minibosses that challenge Link to an 1-on-1 swordfight, due to his humanoid appearance. And as proof of his formidable defense, it's also one of the few enemies in the game that won't die with a Mortal Draw (which only disarms the parts of his armor)armor).



* UniqueEnemy: The Darknut in the Temple of Time has unique armor, and weapons in addition to more health.

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* UniqueEnemy: The Darknut in the Temple of Time has unique armor, armor and weapons in addition to more health.



A flying dragon/Lizalfos with clawgripped shields. After his first defeat, he gives you a second clawshot.

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A flying dragon/Lizalfos with clawgripped shields. After his first defeat, he gives you a second clawshot.Clawshot.



* InstantAwesomeJustAddDragons: Its a Armored Wyvern-like Dragon, and was popular enough to reappear in ''VideoGame/HyruleWarriors.''
* KingMook: Of the Kargarocs, although it has an ability they don't have (firebreath).

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* InstantAwesomeJustAddDragons: Its a Armored Wyvern-like Dragon, It's an armored wyvern-like dragon, and was popular enough to reappear in ''VideoGame/HyruleWarriors.''
* KingMook: Of the Kargarocs, although it has an ability they don't have (firebreath).(fire breath).



* LaResistance: For his part of the effort, he tells Link about the Mirror Chamber in the heart of the Desert Colossus, then calls in a favor with Fyer to get him there - free of charge.

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* LaResistance: For his part of the effort, he tells Link about the Mirror Chamber in the heart of the Desert Colossus, then calls in a favor with Fyer to get him there - -- free of charge.



* SmartPeopleWearGlasses: [[StealthPun A "textbook"]] example. He spends most of his time researching through books, so he uses glasses to read better.
* SpeakingSimlish: He's the only character, apart from Midna, who actually has a speaking scene in the game - he chants an incantation in the scene where the Sky Cannon is discovered. [[http://youtu.be/HR4sh9zBzb4?t=40s Seen here.]]

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* SmartPeopleWearGlasses: [[StealthPun A "textbook"]] example. "textbook" example.]] He spends most of his time researching through books, so he uses glasses to read better.
* SpeakingSimlish: He's the only character, apart from Midna, who actually has a speaking scene in the game - -- he chants an incantation in the scene where the Sky Cannon is discovered. [[http://youtu.be/HR4sh9zBzb4?t=40s Seen here.]]



%% Do not add Big beautiful woman. Regardless of how you feel about Telma or her design the game does not portray her as attractive.
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%% Do not add Big beautiful woman. BigBeautifulWoman. Regardless of how you feel about Telma or her design design, the game does not portray her as attractive.
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attractive.



* FriendToAllChildren: She has a very motherly nature, and demonstrates this both toward the amnesiac Ilia and the ill Prince Ralis even though the latter is a Zora.

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* FriendToAllChildren: She has a very motherly nature, and demonstrates this both toward both the amnesiac Ilia and the ill Prince Ralis Ralis, even though the latter is a Zora.



* TeamMom: She's very sweet and flirty and fun... until the soldiers prove too cowardly to perform the EscortMission, at which point she tears them a new one and tells them never to come back to her bar.

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* TeamMom: She's very sweet and flirty and fun... until the soldiers prove [[DirtyCoward too cowardly cowardly]] to perform the EscortMission, at which point she tears them a new one and tells them never to come back to her bar.



* DoesNotLikeShoes: Ilia is one of the villagers in Ordon (the other is Talo) who's barefoot, while the rest of the villagers either wear sandals, or leather footwear. She continues to go barefoot even after arriving at Hyrule Castle Town and Kakariko Village, despite the other townspeople wearing shoes.

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* DoesNotLikeShoes: Ilia is one of the villagers in Ordon (the other is Talo) who's barefoot, while the rest of the villagers either wear sandals, sandals or leather footwear. She continues to go barefoot even after arriving at Hyrule Castle Town and Kakariko Village, despite the other townspeople wearing shoes.



* FriendToAllLivingThings: It doesn't matter whether it's the kids from Ordon, a wounded Zora (Prince Ralis), or a kindly old lady - if Ilia can help them in ''any'' way, ''[[ChronicHeroSyndrome she will]]''.

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* FriendToAllLivingThings: It doesn't matter whether it's the kids from Ordon, a wounded Zora (Prince Ralis), or a kindly old lady - -- if Ilia can help them in ''any'' way, ''[[ChronicHeroSyndrome she will]]''.



-->'''Mayor Bo: (apologetically)''' "Ooh... sorry, Link, but my little girl's given me strict orders. She's locked herself away in her room. [[ChekhovsGun workin' on something special for you."]]

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-->'''Mayor Bo: (apologetically)''' "Ooh... sorry, Link, but my little girl's given me strict orders. She's locked herself away in her room. room, [[ChekhovsGun workin' on something special for you."]]]]"



* NatureLover: She spends more time at the Ordon spring and in the surrounding forest, than she does in the village itself. Which is further emphasized by her appearance and [[DoesNotLikeShoes her habit of going barefoot.]]

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* NatureLover: She spends more time at the Ordon spring and in the surrounding forest, forest than she does in the village itself. Which is further emphasized by her appearance and [[DoesNotLikeShoes her habit of going barefoot.]]



* {{Jerkass}}: There really are no redeeming traits to Dr.Borville.

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* {{Jerkass}}: There really are no redeeming traits to Dr. Borville.



* PrettyInMink: She used to have a fur coat, which she regretted not taking with her to Zora falls after it freezes over.

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* PrettyInMink: She used to have a fur coat, which she regretted not taking with her to Zora falls Falls after it freezes over.



* AnIcePerson: Yeta, once she turns into Blizzeta

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* AnIcePerson: Yeta, once she turns into BlizzetaBlizzeta.



* CoolHelmet: His helmet is reminiscent of those of the Darknuts (not only from ''Twilight Princess'' but also ''The Wind Waker''), but he's on the good guys' side.

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* CoolHelmet: His helmet is reminiscent of those of the Darknuts (not only from ''Twilight Princess'' Princess'', but also ''The Wind Waker''), but he's on the good guys' side.



* VaderBreath: Rare heroic example. He does this all the time except during the Golden Wolf form, where he pants loudly instead.

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* VaderBreath: Rare heroic example. He does this all the time except during the in his Golden Wolf form, where he pants loudly instead.



* WarpWhistle: She functions in the same way Farore's Wind in ''Ocarina of Time''.

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* WarpWhistle: She functions in the same way as Farore's Wind in ''Ocarina of Time''.
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+ BewareTheNiceOnes: A staple of the character. The only reason such an amazing warrior can be kind and caring is because ''he can afford to be''.

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+ * BewareTheNiceOnes: A staple of the character. The only reason such an amazing warrior can be kind and caring is because ''he can afford to be''.


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* ContrastingSequelMainCharacter: Several Links before him are either Hylian Knights, a Chosen One who was told of his destiny, or JumpedAtTheCall, with their own funny quirks. This Link has a non-lethal case of TheCallKnowsWhereYouLive, and a deadly serious NoNonsenseNemesis when push comes to shove.
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* ArmorIsUseless: Averted. The black armor he wears can deflect all of Link's sword attacks, forcing him to target the glowing scar on his chest.




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* SuddenlyVoiced: For the majority of the game, Bulblin remained silent and only spoke before and after the final battle with him in Hyrule Castle. In the manga, he speaks from the outset.



* AttackItsWeakpoint: His big red butt.
* AuthorityEqualsAsskicking: Is the leader of the monkeys and the strongest of them.
* BadassGrandpa: Deconstructed in the manga. Ook is the leader of the monkeys because he's strong enough to protect the forest from threats. However, he had been getting older and secretly feared that someone would overthrow him, a fear that was exacerbated when he became possessed by a Twilit Parasite, causing him to become tyrannical and hostile.



* BattleBoomerang: Wields the Gale Boomerang.



* HeelFaceTurn: After his defeat, he returns to his previous self.

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* CastingAShadow: The Gale Boomerang glows with dark energy when he attacks with it, likely due to the Twilit Parasite controlling him.
* CoolCrown: Concept art depicts him with a wooden crown.
* FlunkyBoss: Will use the Gale Boomerang to cut down Baba Serpents and six them on Link.
* HeelFaceTurn: After his defeat, he returns to his previous self.self and helps Link defeat Diababa.
* HoistByHisOwnPetard: Link must ram into the totem pole he's standing on to stun him and cause him to hit himself with the Gale Boomerang.


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* PlayingWithFire: The manga gives the Gale Boomerang the ability to generate flames as well as wind.
* SuddenlyVoiced: He can talk in the manga.
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A baboon with a spider above his head, the first mini-boss of the game. Apparently was the leader of the Monkeys, and after saving him from the spider Parasite on his head he gives you the Gale Boomerang. After you defeat him, he helps you finish the Forest Temple Dungeon.

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The miniboss of the Forest Temple. A baboon with a spider above his head, the first mini-boss of the game. Apparently was who is the leader of the Monkeys, monkeys of Faron Woods. At some point before the events of the game, he was infected by a Twilit Parasite that caused him to become hostile, imprisoning some of his own subjects. After Link defeats him and after saving frees him from the spider Parasite on his head parasite's influence, he gives you returns the Gale Boomerang. After you favor by helping Link defeat him, he helps you finish the Forest Temple Dungeon.Diababa.



* BlowYouAway: He attacks with the Gale Boomerang.

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* BlowYouAway: He attacks with Subverted. Despite wielding the Gale Boomerang.Boomerang, he never uses it to create tornadoes.
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* VillainTeleportation: How he gets from Point A to Point B. In battle, this is Zant's most dangerous trait as he is incredibly hard to hit.
* WeakenedByTheLight: Strangely averted. Despite being a Twili, light doesn't seem to have any effect on him. It's possible that his clothing protects him or it's because of Ganondorf's power.

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* VillainTeleportation: How he gets from Point A to Point B.Can teleport in a flash of Twilight particles. In battle, this is Zant's most dangerous trait as he is incredibly hard to hit.
* WeakenedByTheLight: Strangely averted.Averted. Despite being a Twili, light doesn't seem to have any effect on him. It's possible that his clothing protects him or it's most likely because of Ganondorf's power.
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* AnimalMotifs: Snakes and reptiles, as seen in his clothing. The chameleon helmet is also rather fitting, given his facade and his true nature.

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* AndIMustScream: Midna in the manga explains that this is what the Twilight does to any human caught in it. It strips them of their physical bodies and keeps their spirits in a sort of limbo. They're not alive, nor are they dead. They simply wander the Twilight, living in fear.
* AnimalMotifs: Snakes and reptiles, as seen in his clothing. The chameleon helmet in particular is also rather fitting, given his facade and his true nature.



* BeamSpam: His main attack during the boss fight with him is to fire bolts of Twilight magic like a machine gun.



* CreepyLongArms: Like all Twili, his arms are quite long and reach to his knees.



* DualWielding: Uses twin blades in the sword fight with him.

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* DualWielding: Uses twin blades scimitars in the sword fight with him.



* EvilWearsBlack: As pictured.

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* EvilWearsBlack: As pictured.Wears black clothing decorated in turquoise Twilight markings.



* FogOfDoom: Zant's Twilight curse manifests as a black fog composed of shadow crystals that absorb light.



* HandBlast: His main attack during the boss fight with him is to fire bolts of Twilight magic like a machine gun.



* {{Hypocrite}}: After he's defeated in the boss fight, he calls Link and Midna traitors, yet ''he'' is the one who usurped the throne from Midna and turned his own people into monsters in the service of a Light Dweller, the very species he despises so much.



* ReptilesAreAbhorrent: His helmet is shaped like a chameleon's head, his shoulder guards are decorated with {{snakes|AreEvil}}, and his shoes resemble crocodile heads as shown in his [[http://zeldawiki.org/images/4/4b/Zanto.jpg concept art]].

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* ReptilesAreAbhorrent: His helmet is shaped like a chameleon's head, his shoulder guards are decorated with {{snakes|AreEvil}}, and his shoes resemble [[NeverSmileAtACrocodile crocodile heads heads]] as shown in his [[http://zeldawiki.org/images/4/4b/Zanto.jpg concept art]].


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* StealthPun: His wooden shoes are carved in the shape of crocodile heads. [[spoiler:He's wearing Crocs.]]
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* AdaptationalVillainy: Has shades of this in the manga, seeing as how he was (unintentionally) responsible for the destruction of his hometown and goes into full BloodKnight mode upon becoming a wolf.



The apparent BigBad of ''Twilight Princess,'' he bonded himself to Ganon, whom he believed to be a god, and used his power to take over the Twilight Realm. At the opening of ''Twilight Princess,'' he is spreading Twilight all over Hyrule, and has invaded Hyrule Castle.

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The apparent BigBad One of the main antagonists of ''Twilight Princess,'' he bonded himself to Ganon, whom he believed Princess''. Zant was a servant of the Twili Royal Family and was next in line to be a god, king of the Twilight Realm, but was passed over in favor of Midna due to his apparent lust for power. Enraged by the rejection, Zant turned to the heavens for an answer and used his encountered Ganondorf, who was banished to the Twilight Realm by the sages. Ganondorf offered Zant the power to take over the Twilight Realm. At Realm in exchange for his freedom. With his newfound powers, Zant usurped the opening of ''Twilight Princess,'' he is spreading throne from Midna and turned the Twili into creatures called Shadow Beasts. He now seeks to spread Twilight all over Hyrule, and has invaded Hyrule Castle.and create a world of total darkness.
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* BigfootSasquatchAndYeti

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* BigfootSasquatchAndYetiBigfootSasquatchAndYeti: And they're they only two of their race seen in the whole series.
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* TheParagon: While downplayed, it's somewhat implied that he has helped inspire a handful of characters to be more selfless and/or courageous simply by setting a good example for them.
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[[folder:Death Sword]]
!!Death Sword

Arbiter's Grounds resident miniboss. Apparently a ghost shaman with an ox skull for a head and an alligator jawbone for a mouth but at a shorter length. Gives up the spinner after his defeat.

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[[folder:Death Sword]]
!!Death Sword

Arbiter's Grounds resident miniboss. Apparently a ghost shaman with an ox skull for a head and an alligator jawbone for a mouth but at a shorter length. Gives up
[[folder:Skull Kid]]
!!Skull Kid

A playful undead creature who guards
the spinner after his defeat.Sacred Grove, the location of the Master Sword.



* OurGhostsAreDifferent: Unlike the other ghost enemies (Poes) in the game, Death Sword doesn't host a soul fragment that can be extracted, and it disintegrates into Mites when it's defeated.
* MiniBoss: Fought as the mini-boss of Arbiter's Grounds.
* NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast: Though named after the sword it uses, it's still an indication that it's a dangerous entity.
* SealedEvilInACan: Was this before Link cut off that seals on his sword.
* PuzzleBoss: It's the only miniboss in the game that requires Link to jointly use his two forms (human and wolf) to weaken him.

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* OurGhostsAreDifferent: Unlike the other ghost enemies (Poes) in the game, Death Sword doesn't host MagicMusic: He has a soul fragment horn that can be extracted, and it disintegrates into Mites he uses to summon puppets.
* MarionetteMaster: Summons hordes of puppets to attack Link while he mostly stays at a distance.
* RecurringBoss: Is fought first
when it's defeated.
* MiniBoss: Fought as
Link goes to find the mini-boss of Arbiter's Grounds.
Master Sword, then later when
* NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast: Though named after the sword it uses, it's still an indication SecretTestOfCharacter: Given that it's a dangerous entity.
* SealedEvilInACan: Was this before
he opens new paths through the woods every time Link cut off finds him, and the fact he is initially summoned when Link howls Zelda's Lullaby, it seems that seals on his sword.
he isn't really evil, but testing Link's resolve.
* PuzzleBoss: It's VariableMix: When you hear a trumpet playing along with the only miniboss in the game that requires Link background music, you know you've nearly caught up to jointly use his two forms (human and wolf) to weaken him.
him.



[[folder:Stallord]]
!!Stallord

A giant draconic skeleton brought to life by Zant.

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[[folder:Stallord]]
!!Stallord

A giant draconic skeleton brought to life by Zant.
[[folder:Death Sword]]
!!Death Sword

Arbiter's Grounds resident miniboss. Apparently a ghost shaman with an ox skull for a head and an alligator jawbone for a mouth but at a shorter length. Gives up the spinner after his defeat.


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* OurGhostsAreDifferent: Unlike the other ghost enemies (Poes) in the game, Death Sword doesn't host a soul fragment that can be extracted, and it disintegrates into Mites when it's defeated.
* MiniBoss: Fought as the mini-boss of Arbiter's Grounds.
* NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast: Though named after the sword it uses, it's still an indication that it's a dangerous entity.
* SealedEvilInACan: Was this before Link cut off that seals on his sword.
* PuzzleBoss: It's the only miniboss in the game that requires Link to jointly use his two forms (human and wolf) to weaken him.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Stallord]]
!!Stallord

A giant draconic skeleton brought to life by Zant.
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