History WesternAnimation / TheLegendOfZelda

21st Nov '16 12:51:44 AM tv1995
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* OhCrap: Zelda has one when Ganon reveals that Zelda must be in love with Link. When she sees Link's expression, she knows what she's in store for.


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* SmallNameBigEgo: Link is shown to be very vain and full of himself. The main reason Zelda didn't tell Link of her love for him was because she figured it would go to his head. Turns out she was right.
19th Nov '16 10:27:38 PM TheNewBig
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** Zelda's EvilTwin was noticeably more promiscuous than her good counterpart, especially as seen in the end. Kissing him without a moment's hesitation earlier in the episode was relatively tame and really just to shut him up. Happily throwing herself at him when he suggests an equally radar-dodging makeout contest? Little bit more naughty.



* PostKissCatatonia: Link experiences this briefly, after getting kissed by the fake Zelda in "Doppelganger."

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* PostKissCatatonia: Link experiences gets a mild variation of this briefly, after getting kissed when obliged with a kiss by the fake Zelda in "Doppelganger.""Doppleganger". At first, he's just stunned that it ''actually happened'' and so easily at that, and simply remarks it seemed "colder" than he imagined it. Subverted at the end of the episode. Link, being Link, offers her another shot and the good Zelda her first. Bad Zelda accepts and they both seem equally pleased with their second kiss. The real Zelda, however, declines and seems quite unpleased by all of it.
15th Sep '16 7:42:16 PM Mario500
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* AdaptationalBadass: This incarnation of Zelda is more like Link's partner in battle than someone he has to rescue. Hell, in some episodes she's the go-getting adventurer and Link is the drag-along.

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* AdaptationalBadass: This incarnation of Zelda is more like Link's partner in battle than someone he has to rescue. Hell, in some episodes she's rescue (she even had the go-getting adventurer and will to search for adventure on her own with Link is the drag-along.following her in certain episodes).
25th Jul '16 9:01:48 PM tv1995
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* AwLookTheyReallyDoLoveEachOther: These moments are rare, but they do happen. It's even a plot point in "The Missing Link". Zelda is the only one who can see Link because she's the only one who loves him.

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* AwLookTheyReallyDoLoveEachOther: These moments are rare, but they do happen. It's even a plot point in "The Missing Link". Zelda is the only one who can see Link because she's the only one who loves him. The main reason she didn't tell Link was because she didn't want it to go to his head.


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** In "The Missing Link" she attempts to deny her love for Link, saying that she only likes him a little.


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* IdiotBall: In "The Missing Link" Despite her pleas, Link loudly celebrates when he discovers that Zelda is in love with him, revealing their presence to Ganon.
28th Apr '16 10:14:47 AM MrDeath
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* CanonImmigrant: Some items and concepts originating from here would later be featured in games made after 1989.
** The concept of Link having a FairyCompanion.
** The concept of Link having a horse.
** The crossbow weapon, it was wielded by Princess Zelda and Prince Facade in "The White Knight" years before it was featured in the [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess ''Twilight Princess'']] spin-off game ''Link's Crossbow Training''.
** The grappling hook was featured in "Sing for the Unicorn" years before appearing in [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTheWindWaker ''The Wind Waker'']].
** The "tightrope" concept appeared in "Underworld Connections" before being seen in ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOfTime Ocarina of Time]]'' or used as a travel route in ''Twilight Princess''.
** Beehives appeared in "Stinging a Stinger" before appearing in the games.
27th Apr '16 4:37:06 PM Sidapa
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* BagOfKidnapping: In "Doppelgänger'' Zelda's evil twin and her moblins do this to the real Zelda; the moblins deliver her to Ganon, while the clone takes her place.

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* BagOfKidnapping: In "Doppelgänger'' Zelda's evil twin and her moblins Moblins do this to the real Zelda; the moblins Moblins deliver her to Ganon, while the clone takes her place.



** The crossbow weapon, it was wielded by Prince Facade in "The White Knight" years before it was featured in the spin-off game ''Link's Crossbow Training''.

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* CanonImmigrant: Some items and concepts originating from here would later be featured in games made after 1989.
** The concept of Link having a FairyCompanion.
** The concept of Link having a horse.
** The crossbow weapon, it was wielded by Princess Zelda and Prince Facade in "The White Knight" years before it was featured in the [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess ''Twilight Princess'']] spin-off game ''Link's Crossbow Training''.Training''.
** The grappling hook was featured in "Sing for the Unicorn" years before appearing in [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTheWindWaker ''The Wind Waker'']].
** The "tightrope" concept appeared in "Underworld Connections" before being seen in ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOfTime Ocarina of Time]]'' or used as a travel route in ''Twilight Princess''.
** Beehives appeared in "Stinging a Stinger" before appearing in the games.
26th Apr '16 3:43:43 AM lalalei2001
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** Octoroks. In ''The Legend Of Zelda'' they were TheGoomba ,and in ''Zelda II'' they weren't much tougher. They only appear a few times in the cartoon and are powerful, dangerous adversaries when they do.

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** Octoroks. In ''The Legend Of Zelda'' they were TheGoomba ,and TheGoomba, and in ''Zelda II'' they weren't much tougher. They only appear a few times in the cartoon and are powerful, dangerous adversaries when they do.
26th Apr '16 3:42:26 AM lalalei2001
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* PoorCommunicationKills: Justified in "Sing for the Unicorn," as Sing doesn't speak Link and Zelda's language and can't tell if they're enemies or not, leading them to fight. When Zelda is able to communicate with her, she informs them of what's going on and aids them in battle.
26th Apr '16 3:38:04 AM lalalei2001
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* ActionGirl: Zelda, usually in the form of SheFu, archery, and boomerangs.

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* ActionGirl: Zelda, usually in the form of SheFu, archery, and boomerangs. The one-shot character Sing also counts, using laser-shooting sais in battle.
20th Apr '16 8:25:58 PM McJeff
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* AdaptationalBadass: This incarnation of Zelda is more like Link's partner in battle than someone he has to rescue.
* AdaptationalWimp: Compared to the Ganon of the games, Ganon here is pretty incompetent.

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* AdaptationalBadass: This incarnation of Zelda is more like Link's partner in battle than someone he has to rescue.
rescue. Hell, in some episodes she's the go-getting adventurer and Link is the drag-along.
**Octoroks. In ''The Legend Of Zelda'' they were TheGoomba ,and in ''Zelda II'' they weren't much tougher. They only appear a few times in the cartoon and are powerful, dangerous adversaries when they do.
* AdaptationalWimp: Compared to the Ganon of the games, Ganon here is pretty incompetent. And to an extent, most monsters - in the cartoon, ''everything'' takes one hit from any weapon to get defeated, except for Ganon. He takes 3, but from ''any'' weapon, not just the Magical Sword and the Silver Arrows. In one episode, Zelda delivers the third hit with a boomerang.



* TookALevelInBadass: Octoroks. In ''The Legend Of Zelda'' they were TheGoomba ,and in ''Zelda II'' they weren't much tougher. They only appear a few times in the cartoon and are powerful, dangerous adversaries when they do.
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