History Manga / TheLegendofZelda

14th Aug '16 11:26:28 PM eagle108
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Originally released digitally in 2016, the chapters are eventually compiled into physical volumes. Compared to previous ''Zelda'' adaptations done by Himekawa, ''Twilight Princess'' features more changes and a much larger AdaptationExpansion.

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Originally released digitally in 2016, starting on February 8, 2016 via the app [[https://ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/MangaONE MangaONE]], the first eight chapters are were eventually compiled into a physical volumes.volume. Compared to previous ''Zelda'' adaptations done by Himekawa, ''Twilight Princess'' features more changes and a much larger AdaptationExpansion.
14th Aug '16 11:23:15 PM eagle108
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[[caption-width-right:250:Japanese title page of ''Skyward Sword''.]]

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[[caption-width-right:250:Japanese title page of ''Skyward Sword''.Sword'' in ''Hyrule Historia''.]]
14th Aug '16 11:22:08 PM eagle108
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This comic was originally commissioned by and ran in Nintendo of America's official magazine, ''Magazine/NintendoPower''. As it turns out, this comic was actually an early example of OELManga. It was originally published in English in America and then translated into Japanese afterwards. In fact, the Japanese edition is still printed in left-to-right format, has horizontally formatted left-to-right text, and the original English sound effects are left untranslated. See more at ''ComicBook.TheLegendOfZeldaALinkToThePast''.

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[[quoteright:262:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/lottp_ishinomori_2.png]]
[[caption-width-right:262:[[Creator/VIZMedia Viz]]'s 2015 edition cover.]]

This comic was originally commissioned by and ran in Nintendo of America's official magazine, ''Magazine/NintendoPower''. As it turns out, this comic was actually an early example of OELManga. It was originally published in English in America and then translated into Japanese afterwards. In fact, the Japanese edition is still printed in left-to-right format, has horizontally formatted left-to-right text, and the original English sound effects are left untranslated. See more at ''ComicBook.TheLegendOfZeldaALinkToThePast''.
''ComicBook/TheLegendOfZeldaALinkToThePast''.
14th Aug '16 11:11:53 PM eagle108
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[[caption-width-right:250:Shares it's kanzenban with Majora's Mask.]]



[[caption-width-right:250:[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tank%C5%8Dbon#Kanzenban Kanzenban]] Edition featuring both volumes.]]

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[[caption-width-right:250:[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tank%C5%8Dbon#Kanzenban org/wiki/Tankōbon#Kanzenban Kanzenban]] Edition edition cover featuring both volumes.]]]]



[[caption-width-right:250:Shares it's kanzenban with A Link To The Past.]]

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[[caption-width-right:250:Shares it's kanzenban with A Link To The Past.]]



[[caption-width-right:250:[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tank%C5%8Dbon#Kanzenban Kanzenban]] Edition featuring both stories.]]

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[[caption-width-right:250:[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tank%C5%8Dbon#Kanzenban Kanzenban]] Edition [[caption-width-right:250:Kanzenban edition cover featuring both stories.]]volumes.]]






[[caption-width-right:250:Title page rather than the cover, as the cover is the Hyrule Historia itself.]]

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[[caption-width-right:250:Title [[caption-width-right:250:Japanese title page rather than the cover, as the cover is the Hyrule Historia itself.]]of ''Skyward Sword''.]]



[[caption-width-right:250:2016 also marks the year the Japanese volumes has the main title in English.]]
Originally released digitally in 2016, the chapters are eventually compiled into physical volumes. Compared to previous ''LoZ'' adaptations done by Himekawa, ''Twilight Princess'' features more changes and a much larger AdaptationExpansion.

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[[caption-width-right:250:2016 also marks the year the Japanese volumes has the main title in English.]]\nOriginally released digitally in 2016, the chapters are eventually compiled into physical volumes. Compared to previous ''LoZ'' ''Zelda'' adaptations done by Himekawa, ''Twilight Princess'' features more changes and a much larger AdaptationExpansion.
14th Aug '16 11:03:50 PM eagle108
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[[caption-width-right:250:Title page rather than cover as the cover is the Hyrule Historia itself.]]

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[[caption-width-right:250:Title page rather than cover the cover, as the cover is the Hyrule Historia itself.]]



Finally came in 2016 because when the game first came out was it too [[DarkerAndEdgier Dark And Edgy]] to be printed in a Children's magazine despite Himekawa loving dark stories and wolves shown in their twitter [[https://twitter.com/himewolf username]]. Interestingly when it finally came did it become much darker than the game within the first volume and more changes done than to any of the previous adaptions.

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Finally came Originally released digitally in 2016 because when 2016, the game first came out was it too [[DarkerAndEdgier Dark And Edgy]] chapters are eventually compiled into physical volumes. Compared to be printed in a Children's magazine despite Himekawa loving dark stories and wolves shown in their twitter [[https://twitter.com/himewolf username]]. Interestingly when it finally came did it become much darker than the game within the first volume and previous ''LoZ'' adaptations done by Himekawa, ''Twilight Princess'' features more changes done than to any of the previous adaptions.
and a much larger AdaptationExpansion.



** Much of it is original to the manga like a new town and Link coming to Ordon two years ago rather than growing up there.
* AdaptedOut: The monkeys yet have to make an appearance.

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** Much of it is original to the manga manga, like a new town and Link coming to Ordon two years ago rather than growing up there.
* AdaptedOut: The monkeys yet have yet to make an appearance.



* BarbieDollAnatomy: Some of Link's nude body is shown in chapter 9, although, not much.



* BloodierAndGorier: Yes, really. [[spoiler:Ganondorf's skin and flesh are even stripped off his bones when he's banished]].
* BloodlessCarnage: Subverted, unlike the game which has a little bit, is there a lot of blood.

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* BloodlessCarnage: Subverted, where unlike the game which has a little bit, there is a ''lot'' of blood in the manga.
* BloodierAndGorier: Yes, really. Quite! [[spoiler:Ganondorf's skin and flesh are even stripped off his bones when he's banished]].
* BloodlessCarnage: Subverted, unlike BloodSplatteredInnocents: [[spoiler:Ilia is held up by the game which has a little bit, Bulbin King's [[MajorInjuryUnderreaction almost cut clean off]] arm, causing him to bleed over Ilia whose wrist is there a lot of blood.also bleeding from being held so tight. Fortunately she is passed out at the time]].



* BarbieDollAnatomy: Some of Link's nude body is shown in chapter 9, although, not much.
* BloodSplatteredInnocents: [[spoiler:Ilia is held up by the Bulbin King's [[MajorInjuryUnderreaction almost cut clean off]] arm, causing him to bleed over Ilia whose wrist is also bleeding from being held so tight. Fortunately she is passed out at the time]].



* CompressedAdaptation: Subverted, kinda, the first part of the game is extended, but other parts is cut, like the story with the monkeys.

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* CompressedAdaptation: Subverted, kinda, kinda - the first part of the game is extended, but other parts is are cut, like the story section with the monkeys.



* DarkAndTroubledPast: [[spoiler: Link reveals this to Rusl.]]

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* DarkAndTroubledPast: [[spoiler: Link reveals this to Rusl.Rusl, revealing the reason why Link came to live in Ordon.]]



* EvilDetectingAnimal: Evil makes the animals in Ordon uneasy and not willing to listen to their humans.
* EyeScream: Subverted, the golden wolf, and the hero's shade has both their eyes intact, unlike the game.

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* EvilDetectingAnimal: Evil makes the animals in Ordon uneasy and not willing to listen to their humans.
* EyeScream: Subverted, the golden wolf, and the hero's shade has both their eyes intact, unlike the game.
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* EyeScream: Subverted, as the golden wolf - and the Hero's Shade - has both eyes intact, unlike the game.



* TheHeroDies: [[spoiler:Link ''dies'' in chapter 8 after losing his left arm and being drowned. Fortunately he's revived]].

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* TheHeroDies: [[spoiler:Link ''dies'' in chapter 8 after losing his left arm and being drowned. Fortunately Fortunately, he's revived]].



* MoodWhiplash: It starts peaceful, with comedy to the point of Link almost being a DorkKnight, fun every day. [[TemptingFate Then Link wishes it'll last forever.]]

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* MoodWhiplash: It starts peaceful, with comedy to the point of Link almost being a DorkKnight, DorkKnight and having fun every day. [[TemptingFate Then Link wishes it'll last forever.]]



* OnlyInItForTheMoney: Link acts like it, complaining about his pay and wants payments for every task he does. But in actuality is this just a JerkassFacade PlayedForLaughs among the characters as it's implied that Link CannotTellAJoke.

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* OnlyInItForTheMoney: Link acts like it, complaining about his pay and wants payments for every task he does. But in actuality is reality, this is just a JerkassFacade PlayedForLaughs among the characters as it's implied that Link CannotTellAJoke.



* ShellShockedVeteran: Link has many {{trigger}}s and trained to become a knight although he was just in-training rather than a fully trained and previously active soldier.

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* ShellShockedVeteran: Link has many {{trigger}}s and trained to become a knight knight, although he was just in-training actually a trainee rather than a fully trained and previously active soldier.



* TakeUpMySword: Expect that he isn't dying does Rusl give Link his sword so he can try to help Fado who's seemingly dying.

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* TakeUpMySword: Expect that he isn't dying does Rusl give gives Link his sword so he can try to help after hearing a near death Fado who's seemingly dying.talk about monsters in the forest.



* {{Tsundere}}: Averted, the two tsundere characters in the game (Midna and Ilia) do now have {{Dominatrix}} and NiceGirl personalities respectively.

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* {{Tsundere}}: Averted, Averted - the two tsundere characters in the game (Midna - Midna and Ilia) do Ilia - now have {{Dominatrix}} and NiceGirl personalities respectively.
11th Aug '16 4:08:40 PM Sidapa
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* AdaptationalAttractiveness: Impa is decades younger then she was in the source games. Zelda herself is HotterAndSexier.

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* AdaptationalAttractiveness: Impa is decades younger then than she was in the source games. Zelda herself is HotterAndSexier.



* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: The character designs are wildly different from any game version of the characters. Link is considerably less heroic then in other adaptations and in the games, and he doesn't wear his iconic tunic (instead he wears overalls). [[spoiler: Link is a half-elf. Link and Zelda are brother and sister]].

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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: The character designs are wildly different from any game version of the characters. Link is considerably less heroic then than in other adaptations and in the games, and he doesn't wear his iconic tunic (instead he wears overalls). [[spoiler: Link is a half-elf. Link and Zelda are brother and sister]].



* IncestIsRelative: [[spoiler:Link has a crush on Zelda early on, however it turns out they're half-siblings]].

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* IncestIsRelative: [[spoiler:Link has a crush on Zelda early on, however however, it turns out they're half-siblings]].



* OneSteveLimit: Averted, there are two Princess Zeldas in this story, Princess Zelda XVI who llater becomes queen and Princess Zelda XVII who is the daughter of Zelda XVI.

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* OneSteveLimit: Averted, there are two Princess Zeldas in this story, Princess Zelda XVI who llater later becomes queen and Princess Zelda XVII who is the daughter of Zelda XVI.



* CursedWithAwesome: In the Ishinomori version, Roam has come to accept and even depend on his beast form (a hawkman) to aid him in battle. Ghanti in the Himekawa version doesn't mind her beast form (a wolf or fox, it's hard to tell), either. Link himself has a noticably better form in both compared to the game's rabbit -- he's a wolf. But he doesn't let himself fall victim to it.

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* CursedWithAwesome: In the Ishinomori version, Roam has come to accept and even depend on his beast form (a hawkman) to aid him in battle. Ghanti in the Himekawa version doesn't mind her beast form (a wolf or fox, it's hard to tell), either. Link himself has a noticably noticeably better form in both compared to the game's rabbit -- he's a wolf. But he doesn't let himself fall victim to it.



* PsychicLink: ([[JustForPun No pun intended.]]) Link and Zelda are brought together by her telepathic distress call, as in the game. In at least Himekawa's version they then continue to maintain their psychic bond throughout much of the story. Averted in the Cagiva version where Link is never contacted by Zelda, but instead is given a mission to save Zelda by the leader of the knights.

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* PsychicLink: ([[JustForPun No pun intended.]]) Link and Zelda are brought together by her telepathic distress call, as in the game. In at least Himekawa's version version, they then continue to maintain their psychic bond throughout much of the story. Averted in the Cagiva version where Link is never contacted by Zelda, but instead instead, is given a mission to save Zelda by the leader of the knights.



* ThrowingYourSwordAlwaysWorks: [[spoiler: Subverted. Link throws the Master Sword at Agahnim, but it turn out to be an trap with Agahnim being an illusion. The trap results in Link losing the Master Sword, the only weapon that could harm Agahnim]].

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* ThrowingYourSwordAlwaysWorks: [[spoiler: Subverted. Link throws the Master Sword at Agahnim, but it turn turns out to be an a trap with Agahnim being an illusion. The trap results in Link losing the Master Sword, the only weapon that could harm Agahnim]].



* InvincibleHero: Link in this depiction, the only time the possibility of him losing is when his sword breaks and when he fights Dethl, apart of that he's presented as being pretty much unbeatable. The other time he's in danger is when his sword breaks and he has to fight a monster with bare hands. This ends up working out since the focus of the story is less about the tension of him succeeding in his quest, he in fact clears dungeons off-panel, and more about coming to grips with the reality of it.

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* InvincibleHero: Link in this depiction, the only time the possibility of him losing is when his sword breaks and when he fights Dethl, apart of that he's presented as being pretty much unbeatable. The other time he's in danger is when his sword breaks and he has to fight a monster with bare hands. This ends up working out since the focus of the story is less about the tension of him succeeding in his quest, he he, in fact fact, clears dungeons off-panel, and more about coming to grips with the reality of it.



* WrongGenreSavvy: Link assumes he's on a run of the mill save the world quest. [[spoiler: He finds out he's dead wrong and his actions will actually destroy the island, which prompts him to try and run away from it, not aware that of the YouCantFightFate present.]] On a lighter note, when he gets his hands a new sword, he initially assumes that it's just a ordinary sword like what he was using before. He finds it's a a lot more than that.

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* WrongGenreSavvy: Link assumes he's on a run of the mill save the world quest. [[spoiler: He finds out he's dead wrong and his actions will actually destroy the island, which prompts him to try and run away from it, not aware that of the YouCantFightFate present.]] On a lighter note, when he gets his hands a new sword, he initially assumes that it's just a an ordinary sword like what he was using before. He finds it's a a lot more than that.



A third adaptation of ''A Link to the Past''. This manga was created as a tie in to the Game Boy Advance release of ''A Link to the Past'' in 2005.

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A third adaptation of ''A Link to the Past''. This manga was created as a tie in tie-in to the Game Boy Advance release of ''A Link to the Past'' in 2005.



* CurbStompBattle: Compared to how much trouble he had fighting other monsters, Link pretty much owned Trinexx. Aside from parrying its fire breath with his sword, he didn't have to do anything other than hit it. Once. Even he noticed how Trinexx wasn't that strong.

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* CurbStompBattle: Compared to how much trouble he had fighting other monsters, Link pretty much owned Trinexx. Aside from parrying its fire breath with his sword, he didn't have to do anything other than to hit it. Once. Even he noticed how Trinexx wasn't that strong.



* YouDontLookLikeYou: The designs for Kholdstare and Vitreous are completely different from the original ones. While Game!Kholdstare is a spikeless Franchise/{{K|irby}}racko and Game!Vitreous is a genderless giant poison-oozing eye surrounded from other eyes, Manga!Kholdstare is a Franchise/{{P|okemon}}iloswine-like creature and Manga!Vitreous is a female giant one-eyed troll.
* YouKilledMyFather: Ghanti the bandit declares Link her enemy because he's the last of the Hylian knights, whom she has been raised to believe killed her parents. She's therefore surprised to find that [[spoiler: her guardian lied to her and she herself is, in fact, also descended from the Hylian knights]].

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* YouDontLookLikeYou: The designs for Kholdstare and Vitreous are completely different from the original ones. While Game!Kholdstare is a spikeless Franchise/{{K|irby}}racko and Game!Vitreous is a genderless giant poison-oozing eye surrounded from by other eyes, Manga!Kholdstare is a Franchise/{{P|okemon}}iloswine-like creature and Manga!Vitreous is a female giant one-eyed troll.
* YouKilledMyFather: Ghanti the bandit declares Link her enemy because he's the last of the Hylian knights, whom she has been raised to believe killed her parents. She's therefore She's, therefore, surprised to find that [[spoiler: her guardian lied to her and she herself is, in fact, also descended from the Hylian knights]].



* DolledUpInstallment: Although it's a Zelda manga, the art style is blatantly ''DragonQuest''.

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* DolledUpInstallment: Although it's a Zelda manga, the art style is blatantly that of ''DragonQuest''.



* ABoyAndHisX: X being a horse, Link and Epona.

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* ABoyAndHisX: X being a horse, horse; Link and Epona.



* ChildhoodFriendRomance: [[ZigZaggingTrope Zig-zagged]] with Unlucky Malon. Though at first she refuses Link's rescue in favor of waiting for her idealized "Prince on a White Horse", throughout the rescue begins to wonder if Link is her prince. [[ShipTease Just as she begins to consider romance with Link]], Zelda is brought up, and Link's reaction makes it clear that his heart is set on Zelda. Instead of moping about it, she gives up on that train of thought and carries on with her life.

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* ChildhoodFriendRomance: [[ZigZaggingTrope Zig-zagged]] with Unlucky Malon. Though at first first, she refuses Link's rescue in favor of waiting for her idealized "Prince on a White Horse", throughout the rescue begins to wonder if Link is her prince. [[ShipTease Just as she begins to consider romance with Link]], Zelda is brought up, and Link's reaction makes it clear that his heart is set on Zelda. Instead of moping about it, she gives up on that train of thought and carries on with her life.



** Even Navi herself got some with him. Her last line is different from the games a bit, and seems to portray attraction, which is [[WordOfGod canon in the games]].

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** Even Navi herself got some with him. Her last line is different from the games a bit, bit and seems to portray attraction, which is [[WordOfGod canon in the games]].



* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Inverted, the manga provides an explanation to what happened to the Fairy Ocarina that Saria gives Link, compare with in the in the game where it just disappears after he gets the titular item. After Zelda tosses Link the Ocarina of Time, Ganondorf attacks Link and attempts to take it from him. However, he grabs the Fairy Ocarina by mistake assuming its the Ocarina of Time, and smashes it in rage when he realizes it's the wrong one.

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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Inverted, the manga provides an explanation to what happened to the Fairy Ocarina that Saria gives Link, compare with in the in the game where it just disappears after he gets the titular item. After Zelda tosses Link the Ocarina of Time, Ganondorf attacks Link and attempts to take it from him. However, he grabs the Fairy Ocarina by mistake assuming its the Ocarina of Time, Time and smashes it in rage when he realizes it's the wrong one.



* YouKilledMyFather: The manga makes the implications from the original game that Ganondorf murdered Zelda's father during the raid a bit more blatant, where he tells Zelda, upon confronting her in a burning Hyrule Castle that she "will sleep in eternity with her father in this burning castle."

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* YouKilledMyFather: The manga makes the implications that is from the original game that Ganondorf murdered Zelda's father during the raid a bit more blatant, where he tells Zelda, upon confronting her in a burning Hyrule Castle that she "will sleep in eternity with her father in this burning castle."



* CurbStompBattle: Link using the Fierce Deity' Mask against Majora. Majora only hits him once with its CombatTentacles (apparently trying to also electrocute him), which Link shrugs off and tosses the thing against a wall and kills it with one swing. Sorta a given seeing as the the mask in the game allows the player to end the boss fight in seconds.

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* CurbStompBattle: Link using the Fierce Deity' Mask against Majora. Majora only hits him once with its CombatTentacles (apparently trying to also electrocute him), which Link shrugs off and tosses the thing against a wall and kills it with one swing. Sorta a given seeing as the the mask in the game allows the player to end the boss fight in seconds.



* GenreBlindness: A group of soldiers Link was brought to train with see him, and even after hearing he's the famed hero assume he's just some overeager kid. [[OffscreenMomentOfAwesome He promptly humiliates them offscreen]], even breaking some of their swords.

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* GenreBlindness: A group of soldiers Link was brought to train with see sees him, and even after hearing he's the famed hero assume he's just some overeager kid. [[OffscreenMomentOfAwesome He promptly humiliates them offscreen]], even breaking some of their swords.



* InvincibleHero: Link, unlike some of the other mangas, is never any danger when fighting, in fact the only time he's in any danger is when he falls into the poisoned swamp before the monkeys rescue him.

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* InvincibleHero: Link, unlike some of the other mangas, is never any danger when fighting, in fact fact, the only time he's in any danger is when he falls into the poisoned swamp before the monkeys rescue him.



* ThisIsUnforgivable: Link's reaction to Majora's Mask vagabonding the Skull Kid after he said the mask was his only friend, calling him worthless and trying to kill him. To put this in perspective, Majora's Mask gives Link the Fierce Deity's Mask (going by it's Japanese name the "Oni Mask") and tells him to become the oni a game of tag (Japanese terms for someone being "it"), and he agrees to the idea without a second thought.

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* ThisIsUnforgivable: Link's reaction to Majora's Mask vagabonding the Skull Kid after he said the mask was his only friend, calling him worthless and trying to kill him. To put this in perspective, Majora's Mask gives Link the Fierce Deity's Mask (going by it's Japanese name the "Oni Mask") and tells him to become the oni in a game of tag (Japanese terms for someone being "it"), and he agrees to the idea without a second thought.



* WhatCouldHaveBeen: There were a couple of scrapped chapters of the manga that Himekawa couldn't fit in despite their best efforts. The first involved the Romani Ranch subplot with Romani and Cremia, and the second involved an Indigo-Go's concert where Link would show up as Mikau (Romani and Cremia also appear in this chapter, which might explain why it too was cut). Himekawa unvieled [[http://www.perfectly-nintendo.com/majoras-mask-a-look-at-a-scrapped-segment-from-the-manga-adaptation/ images from the scrapped chapters]] to commemorate the release of the game's ''[=3DS=]'' remake.

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: There were a couple of scrapped chapters of the manga that Himekawa couldn't fit in despite their best efforts. The first involved the Romani Ranch subplot with Romani and Cremia, and the second involved an Indigo-Go's concert where Link would show up as Mikau (Romani and Cremia also appear in this chapter, which might explain why it too was cut). Himekawa unvieled unveiled [[http://www.perfectly-nintendo.com/majoras-mask-a-look-at-a-scrapped-segment-from-the-manga-adaptation/ images from the scrapped chapters]] to commemorate the release of the game's ''[=3DS=]'' remake.



* DiscOneFinalBoss: Onox, initially set up as the BigBad before Twinrova appear towards the end of the "Oracle of Seasons" manga, and ironically he puts up more fight than Veran or Ganon, taking Link, Ricky, and Maple to beat him. Veran, unlike in the game, is shown to be taking orders from them at the start.

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* DiscOneFinalBoss: Onox, initially set up as the BigBad before Twinrova appear appears towards the end of the "Oracle of Seasons" manga, and ironically he puts up more fight than Veran or Ganon, taking Link, Ricky, and Maple to beat him. Veran, unlike in the game, is shown to be taking orders from them at the start.



* FarmBoy: Link... sort of. He and his family were originally from Hyrule Castle Town, but moved to the countryside when Link's mother fell ill.

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* FarmBoy: Link... sort of. He and his family were originally from Hyrule Castle Town, Town but moved to the countryside when Link's mother fell ill.



* NotHimself: Impa insists on ''Link'' moving the stone blocking the path to Nayru when she's the one who can lift cows. Link finds it weird, but unfortunately doesn't give it much thought until its too late.

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* NotHimself: Impa insists on ''Link'' moving the stone blocking the path to Nayru when she's the one who can lift cows. Link finds it weird, weird but unfortunately doesn't give it much thought until its too late.



* AdaptationExpansion: We get separated personalities for the four Links, a characterization for Shadow Link, and some insight of everything that was going on, as well as proof that Zelda was mentally strong.

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* AdaptationExpansion: We get separated personalities for the four Links, a characterization for Shadow Link, and some insight of on everything that was going on, as well as proof that Zelda was mentally strong.



** [[AllThereInTheManual All in the Game]]: However, though it advertises itself as a manga for the remake, the plotpoint with the Maidens is only ever explored twice; we see them captured, they free two of them, and that's it. If it weren't for the game, no one would really know their use.

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** [[AllThereInTheManual All in the Game]]: However, though it advertises itself as a manga for the remake, the plotpoint plot point with the Maidens is only ever explored twice; we see them captured, they free two of them, and that's it. If it weren't for the game, no one would really know their use.



** '''Supine''' --> Blue Link; 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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** '''Supine''' --> Blue Link; 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 competency 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.



*** Vio has white sleeves, and depending on the scene, either one very small shiny spot in his eyes or none at all. In addition, his pupils are the smallest and sometimes even slit-like, and his white iris dominates majority of his eyes.

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*** Vio has white sleeves, and depending on the scene, either one very small shiny spot in his eyes or none at all. In addition, his pupils are the smallest and sometimes even slit-like, and his white iris dominates the majority of his eyes.



* AdaptationalHeroism: [[spoiler: Vaati redeems himself unlike the game.]]
* AdaptedOut: The Big Chuchu, Mazaal and Big Octorok bosses don't appear at all (though Link has to flee from a couple Octorocks the first time he's tiny)

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* AdaptationalHeroism: [[spoiler: Vaati redeems himself himself, unlike the game.]]
* AdaptedOut: The Big Chuchu, Mazaal Mazaal, and Big Octorok bosses don't appear at all (though Link has to flee from a couple Octorocks the first time he's tiny)



** Midna's true form appears with even name in the prologue.

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** Midna's true form appears with even name and named in the prologue.



* AdaptedOut: The monkeys yet have to make an apperance.

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* AdaptedOut: The monkeys yet have to make an apperance.appearance.



* BloodierAndGorier: Yes, really. [[spoiler:Ganondorf's skin and flesh is even stripped off his bones when he's banished]].
* BloodlessCarnage: Subverted, unlike the game which has a little bit is there a lot of blood.

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* BloodierAndGorier: Yes, really. [[spoiler:Ganondorf's skin and flesh is are even stripped off his bones when he's banished]].
* BloodlessCarnage: Subverted, unlike the game which has a little bit bit, is there a lot of blood.



* BloodSplatteredInnocents: [[spoiler:Ilia is held up by the Bulbin King's [[MajorInjuryUnderreaction almost cut clean off]] arm, causing him to bleed over Ilia whose wrist is also bleeding from being held so tight. Fornately she is passed out at the time]].

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* BloodSplatteredInnocents: [[spoiler:Ilia is held up by the Bulbin King's [[MajorInjuryUnderreaction almost cut clean off]] arm, causing him to bleed over Ilia whose wrist is also bleeding from being held so tight. Fornately Fortunately she is passed out at the time]].



* EarlyBirdCameo: The horse charm makes an earlier apperance.

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* EarlyBirdCameo: The horse charm makes an earlier apperance.appearance.



* EyeScream: Subverted, the golden wolf and the hero's shade has both their eyes intact unlike the game.

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* EyeScream: Subverted, the golden wolf wolf, and the hero's shade has both their eyes intact intact, unlike the game.



* HarmfulToMinors: Zelda watched a recording of sorts of [[spoiler:Ganondorf's excecution as a child and her caretaker did not want her to watch, claiming she's too young]].
* TheHeroDies: [[spoiler:Link ''dies'' in chapter 8 after losing his left arm and being drowned. Fornately he's revived]].

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* HarmfulToMinors: Zelda watched a recording of sorts of [[spoiler:Ganondorf's excecution execution as a child and her caretaker did not want her to watch, claiming she's too young]].
* TheHeroDies: [[spoiler:Link ''dies'' in chapter 8 after losing his left arm and being drowned. Fornately Fortunately he's revived]].



* MoodWhiplash: It starts peaceful, with comedy to the point of Link almost being a DorkKnight, fun everyday. [[TemptingFate Then Link wishes it'll last forever.]]
* MotivatedByFear: King Bulbin aparently gains energy from fear.
* NiceGirl: Ilia's most prominet feature. She's [[InformedAttribute apparently]] a CoolBigSis.
* OnlyInItForTheMoney: Link acts like it, complaining about his pay and wants payments for every task he does. But in actuallity is this just a JerkassFacade PlayedForLaughs among the characters as it's implied that Link CannotTellAJoke.

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* MoodWhiplash: It starts peaceful, with comedy to the point of Link almost being a DorkKnight, fun everyday.every day. [[TemptingFate Then Link wishes it'll last forever.]]
* MotivatedByFear: King Bulbin aparently apparently gains energy from fear.
* NiceGirl: Ilia's most prominet prominent feature. She's [[InformedAttribute apparently]] a CoolBigSis.
* OnlyInItForTheMoney: Link acts like it, complaining about his pay and wants payments for every task he does. But in actuallity actuality is this just a JerkassFacade PlayedForLaughs among the characters as it's implied that Link CannotTellAJoke.



* PromotedToLoveInterest: It's clearer that Ilia has a crush on Link with {{crush blush}}es and Link also blushing around her. She was a strongly implied love intrest in the game but not outright stated not unlike the other main women in the game.

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* PromotedToLoveInterest: It's clearer that Ilia has a crush on Link with {{crush blush}}es and Link also blushing around her. She was a strongly implied love intrest interest in the game but not outright stated not unlike the other main women in the game.



* StabTheSky: Ordona makes Link's [[spoiler:deatched left]] arm do this.

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* StabTheSky: Ordona makes Link's [[spoiler:deatched [[spoiler:detached left]] arm do this.



* {{Tsundere}}: Avverted, the two tsundere characters in the game (Midna and Ilia) do now have {{Dominatrix}} and NiceGirl personalities respectively.

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* {{Tsundere}}: Avverted, Averted, the two tsundere characters in the game (Midna and Ilia) do now have {{Dominatrix}} and NiceGirl personalities respectively.
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* HarmfulToMinors: Zelda watched [[spoiler:Ganondorf's excecution as a child and her caretaker did not want her to watch, claiming she's too young]].

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* HarmfulToMinors: Zelda watched a recording of sorts of [[spoiler:Ganondorf's excecution as a child and her caretaker did not want her to watch, claiming she's too young]].
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* MotivatedByFear: King Bulbin aparently gains energy from fear.


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* TearsOfFear: Ilia and Colin both do this.
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* NiceGirl: Ilia's most prominet feature. She's [[InformedAttribute apparently]] a CoolBigSis.


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* {{Tsundere}}: Avverted, the two tsundere characters in the game (Midna and Ilia) do now have {{Dominatrix}} and NiceGirl personalities respectively.
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* {{Dominatrix}}: How Midna acts rather than {{Tsundere}} like the game. She keeps calling Link her pet, and that she has the right to as humans treat animals the same way.


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* HeyYou: Midna calls Link simply 'wolf'.
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