History ComicBook / TheLegendOfZelda

6th Apr '16 4:42:37 PM MissConception
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* AdaptationDistillation: In the storyline of the [[VideoGame/ZeldaIITheAdventureOfLink second game]], the sleeping Princess Zelda is meant to be the "first generation" of Zelda (at the time), as it was decreed every female born into the royal family was to be named after her. Likely due to the confusion that the previously-rescued younger Zelda [[ChuckCunninghamSyndrome inexplicably disappeared]] in that title, the writers simplified this detail and seem to have merged both characters.

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* AdaptationDistillation: In the storyline of the [[VideoGame/ZeldaIITheAdventureOfLink second game]], the sleeping Princess Zelda is meant to be the "first generation" of Zelda (at the time), as it was decreed every female born into the royal family was to be named after her. Likely due to the confusion that the previously-rescued younger Zelda [[ChuckCunninghamSyndrome inexplicably disappeared]] in that title, the writers simplified this detail and seem to have [[CompositeCharacter merged both characters.characters]].



* AdaptationExpansion: The [[AllInTheManual storyline]] of the [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaI original game]] briefly states that Link visited Hyrule from an unspecified country. This is elaborated in these comics, where Link is explained to have originated from a neighboring kingdom called Calatia, where his family still lives. This piece of his personal history is not found in any other part of the ''Zelda'' franchise, and later Links would almost always be a native citizen of Hyrule.
** In addition, the game-accurate map of Hyrule included with the first issue mentions Spryte from the cartoon series as the lone fairy residing at the eastern spring, with her comic counterpart Miff as the other fairy at the western spring.

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* AdaptationExpansion: The [[AllInTheManual storyline]] of the [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaI original game]] briefly states that Link visited Hyrule from an unspecified country. This is elaborated in these comics, where Link is explained to have originated from a neighboring kingdom west of Death Mountain called Calatia, where his family still lives. This piece of his personal history is not found in any other part of the ''Zelda'' franchise, and later Links would almost always be a native citizen of Hyrule.
** In addition, the game-accurate map of Hyrule included with the first issue mentions Spryte from the cartoon series as the lone fairy residing at the eastern spring, spring (and her father Oberon residing to the north), with her comic counterpart Miff as the other fairy at the western spring.
2nd Mar '16 11:47:10 AM MissConception
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* FakeKing: Dark Link in Calatia, in "Coming Home."

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* FakeKing: Dark Link Link's Shadow in Calatia, in "Coming Home."



* MirrorMatch: Dark Link returns to fight Link once more in "Coming Home."

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* MirrorMatch: Dark Link Link's Shadow returns to fight Link once more in "Coming Home."
2nd Mar '16 11:42:13 AM MissConception
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* AdaptationDistillation[=/=]AdaptationExpansion

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* AdaptationDistillation[=/=]AdaptationExpansionAdaptationDistillation: In the storyline of the [[VideoGame/ZeldaIITheAdventureOfLink second game]], the sleeping Princess Zelda is meant to be the "first generation" of Zelda (at the time), as it was decreed every female born into the royal family was to be named after her. Likely due to the confusion that the previously-rescued younger Zelda [[ChuckCunninghamSyndrome inexplicably disappeared]] in that title, the writers simplified this detail and seem to have merged both characters.



* AdaptationExpansion: The [[AllInTheManual storyline]] of the [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaI original game]] briefly states that Link visited Hyrule from an unspecified country. This is elaborated in these comics, where Link is explained to have originated from a neighboring kingdom called Calatia, where his family still lives. This piece of his personal history is not found in any other part of the ''Zelda'' franchise, and later Links would almost always be a native citizen of Hyrule.
** In addition, the game-accurate map of Hyrule included with the first issue mentions Spryte from the cartoon series as the lone fairy residing at the eastern spring, with her comic counterpart Miff as the other fairy at the western spring.



* CanonDiscontinuity: Link in the comics is explained to hail from a neighboring kingdom called Calatia, where his family still lives. This piece of his personal history is not found in any other part of the ''Zelda'' franchise; although the background story of [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaI the original game]] did state that Link was from another country, his exact homeland was never specified.

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* CanonDiscontinuity: Link in Surprising few fans, ''Hyrule Historia'', which contains the comics is explained to hail from a neighboring kingdom called Calatia, where his family still lives. This piece of his personal history is not found in series' official timeline theory, doesn't explicitly count any other part non-videogame media and leaves ''The Adventure of Link'' as the ''Zelda'' franchise; although the background story last known event of [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaI the original game]] did state that Link was from another country, his exact homeland was never specified.chronology.



* CoolHorse: Link's horse Catherine and Zelda's horse Storm

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* CoolHorse: Link's horse Catherine and Zelda's horse StormStorm.
20th Sep '15 5:38:14 AM LEDbullet
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* GenerationXerox: One of the major clues regarding Zelda's mother.



* MissingMom: A very interesting subversion in Zelda's case. While it is never explicitly revealed, there are several blatant implications that Zelda's mother [[spoiler: is actually Seline, the neighboring kingdom's queen.]]

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* MissingMom: A very interesting subversion in Zelda's case. While it is never explicitly revealed, there are several blatant implications (such as flirting with Harkinian and a curiously parental love for Zelda) that Zelda's Zelda was born out of wedlock, and her mother [[spoiler: is actually Seline, the neighboring kingdom's queen.]]
19th Aug '15 7:57:08 PM LadyNorbert
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* TenMinuteRetirement: In "Missing in Action," Zelda takes the Triforce of Wisdom with the intention of leaving so Ganon will stop attacking Hyrule. Link's devotion to her persuades her that where she's really safest is wherever he is.



* TenMinuteRetirement: In "Missing in Action," Zelda takes the Triforce of Wisdom with the intention of leaving so Ganon will stop attacking Hyrule. Link's devotion to her persuades her that where she's really safest is wherever he is.



* WhatTheHellHero: Zelda does this throughout "The Price" up to and including pointing out thatbeing corrupted by the Triforce of Power has caused the Triforce of Courage to pull a ScrewThisImOuttaHere on Link.

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* WhatTheHellHero: Zelda does this throughout "The Price" up to and including pointing out thatbeing that being corrupted by the Triforce of Power has caused the Triforce of Courage to pull a ScrewThisImOuttaHere on Link.
3rd Jun '15 5:22:01 PM Discar
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[[caption-width-right:398:The cover of the first issue.]]

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[[caption-width-right:398:The [[caption-width-right:350:The cover of the first issue.]]
3rd Jun '15 5:21:53 PM Discar
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[[caption-width:398:The cover of the first issue.]]

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[[caption-width:398:The [[caption-width-right:398:The cover of the first issue.]]
3rd Jun '15 5:21:44 PM Discar
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http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/398px-LOZComic.jpg

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http://static.[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/398px-LOZComic.jpgjpg]]
27th Jan '15 9:08:37 PM LEDbullet
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Added DiffLines:

* DisintegratorRay: Link's sword beams, off and on. While the comic did not often make a point of showing enemies being defeated, on a few occasions, enemies that got hit with this were completely enveloped in pink light and then presumably vaporized.
27th Jan '15 9:05:03 PM LEDbullet
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* MissingMom: Zelda's mother is not shown; however, in "Queen of Hearts," it's heavily implied that [[spoiler: Queen Seline of Calatia is actually her mother]].

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* MissingMom: A very interesting subversion in Zelda's case. While it is never explicitly revealed, there are several blatant implications that Zelda's mother is not shown; however, in "Queen of Hearts," it's heavily implied that [[spoiler: Queen Seline of Calatia is actually her mother]].Seline, the neighboring kingdom's queen.]]
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