— Gohma, summing up the entire fanfic in a nutshell
Group of Weirdos is a comedy fan-fiction by Mr. Light Chicken Bulbs, about The Legend of Zelda series. It is a retelling in which Link is an idiot, but the main attraction and source of the name is that each of the defeated bosses joins his entourage over the adventure, each with their own personalities and... flaws. There are currently two completed stories in the series,Ocarina of Time and Majora's Mask, and a third one, based on Twilight Princess, is currently being updated here.
Arson, Murder, and Jaywalking: During the final battle with Majora, the different things Majora's Wrath does to the Ocarina of Time bosses: He roundhouse kicks King Dodongo into a wall, tears Phantom Ganon's head off and throws it down Volvagia's throat, slashes Gohma's eye, dropkicks Twinrova and uses her as a meatshield against Bongo-Bongo before freezing him, whips Barinade down to a bleeding pile of body parts...and kicks Morpha.
Art Evolution: Mr. Light Chicken Bulb's skills have been improving as the fic goes on. The early chapters contain quite a few errors and are less imaginative, but the later ones are amazing, aside from the constant misuse of "passed" as "past".
He's now rewritten part of the first story, so after a while the quality drops for a while.
Morpheel when fighting Stallord as well, albeit only temporarily.
Berserk Button: Harming Barinade's Megaton Hammer, depriving King Dodongo of money or calling him "Kingy", and calling Bongo Bongo ugly. Just about anything can set off Zelda, too.
Big Damn Heroes: Goht as an Epona replacement in part 9 of Twilight Princess.
Book Ends: For both the Ocarina of Time story and both stories combined.
Near the beginning of Ocarina of Time, Link has a conversation with Kaepora Gaebora that ends with "What?" "You heard me." The series ends in exactly the same way, minus the explanation, which is different.
At the end of Majora's Mask, Link tries to reverse it and pull the whole explain-the-whole-plot-of-the-next-story-then-respond-to-"What?"-with-"You heard me." on Kae Gae, but Kae Gae is the master of that and heard every word.
Also near the beginning of Ocarina of Time, Link argues with Kaepora Gaebora over what to call him, eventually settling on Kae Gae. In the near-final part of Majora's Mask, Ganondorf has a very similar argument...except it ends with the following conversation:
Ganondorf:"I'm going to call you Kae Gae."
Kaepora: "THEN I AM DUBBING YOU PATRICK."
Ganondorf:"Patrick sounds nice." *dodges Kaepora's talon* "Now that was just rude."
Link as well, but justified as most of his abuse springs from his own stupidity.
Ganondorf evolves into this over time.
After temporarily taking over as leader, Odolwa becomes an even biggerButt Monkey than Morpha. Subverted later when Link takes over again and Odolwa returns to normal (or as normal as he can be).
Characterization Marches On: Most of the bosses start out somewhat flat, but develop parts of their personality over time, often via interaction with Link, the other bosses, and the enviroment. Barinade in particular went from fairly generic to one of the most popular characters in the story. As the early chapters have been rewritten, in many cases they've been retconned to always have been their modern characterizations.
Companion Cube: Don't try to take Barinade's Megaton Hammer. Just... don't.
Cursed with Awesome: Morpha is "sued" by Poseidon for claiming himself to be God of the Seas, and his punishment is being transformed into an eyeball, and allowed to create a body for himself of whatever he wants and living for a thousand years, at the cost of his hydrokinesis. He ends up becoming Morpheel.
Dreadful Musician: Morpha's attempt at singing a song in Majora's Mask is simply priceless.
Apparently Ganondorf is a horrible pianist.
Dumbass Has a Point: Despite being overly stupid, Link will sometimes either have a smart moment (sometimes accidental, sometimes deliberate) or make an amazingly specific guess as to what happens next.
The Dragalong: Morpha, and to a much greater extent Gyorg, who never actually Heel Face Turned and is literally being dragged along against his will.
Early-Installment Weirdness: The humor in the first few parts of the first fanfic contained a lot of what some people would call "lol random" humor (Among plenty of other humor). It wouldn't be until around the end of the Forest Temple that it began to move away from this and into the more clever variety it's known for. Mr. Light Chicken Bulbs has since rewritten the early chapters specifically to avert this trope and make the quality more consistent.
Fastball Special: Literally, much to Morpha's chagrin. Barinade even refers to Morpha as his "secondary weapon" toward the end of Majora's Mask.
Good Guy Bar: Dodongo's Tavern. They ended up being forced to sell it to Gibdos, though.
Guest Star Party Member: During Twilight Princess, the bosses from Ocarina of Time and Majora's Maskexcept Morpha/Morpheel, who are the same being come and go and generally only join Link's party for one dungeon rather than join permanently. Justified since otherwise the author would have an impossible time fitting in all those characters. Sometimes we see what they're up to away from the group as well.
Has Two Mommies: Ganondorf refers to Kotake and Koume as 'Mom' and 'Mother', respectively.
Heel-Face Revolving Door: Koume and Kotake start as an enemy, then seemingly join up with the heroes for no reason. Then it turns out they were trying to trick Link into a trap Ganon had set. Then they decide that they don't like Ganon's attitude and that they should punish him.
Heel-Face Turn: All of the bosses, obviously. Some are not as willing as others...
Heroic BSOD: Twilight Princess Link falls into one when he realizes that the Mirror of Twilight is broken and his quest is far from over.
Ganondorf simply shuts down after a time paradox causes him to have four mothers instead of two.
Idiot Hero: The Ocarina incarnation of Link is one.
Red Oni, Blue Oni: While neither of them are exactly stable, the blue Twinmold is a bit more rational than his red counterpart.
Ocarina Link is red to Navi and Tatl's blue. Midna is red to Twilight Princess Link's blue.
In Twilight Princess, Diababa and Stallord seemed to have formed this kind of duo, being red and blue respectively.
Retcon: The early chapters of Ocarina have been rewritten significantly, though plot points haven't been changed much and it's mainly updating the humor to the more matured and clever quality seen later.
Running Gag: Quite a few. One notable one is that whenever Ocarina Link tries to use his ocarina, he plays the Bolero of Fire. This occurs before he even learns the song, once.
And he does it again right at the climax of Majora's Mask, too!
Before Link gets the Ocarina of Time, he'll insult the Fairy Ocarina and get hit by something Saria catapults.
When Zelda/Sheik gets mad and yells at Link, everyone will be described as being silent, including characters not even in OOT.
"Link was silent. Navi was silent. Tatl was silent. Argorok was silent. Davy Jones was silent."
Subverted on one occasion:
"Kalle Demos was VERY LOUD!"
Ocarina Link Completely Missing the Point, such as when he reaches Ganon's Castle in the future. Instead of noticing the lava moat and the giant castle floating over it, he sees that a rock has moved and is therefore evil.
Characters (usually Gohma) knocking Ocarina Link out. Sometimes he even knocks himself out.
Strategy guides will usually be pulled out or referenced when asked where to go, usually by Navi.
In Ocarina of Time, people telling Link the entire plot of the game. When he asks what they just said they'll reply with 'You heard me'.
Twilight Princess Link figures out how to accomplish a task or is forced to do something, only for it to end with him yelling "THIS WAS A TERRIBLE IDEA!"
After being the Butt Monkey since his first appearance, Morpha finally gets a break: After Majora's Mask, he is Cursed with Awesome and turned into...well, whatever he wants, apparently, and will live for at least a thousand years. He can't control water anymore though, but he doesn't care.
He also gets another break as Morpheel, getting to take out Stallord pretty much all by himself.
The Unfought: Subverted; King Dodongo joined up with them without any sort of fight, but later on battled them anyway when they tried to take some of his money to pay for the Biggoron's Sword. They even "fell into his old office" when the fight began, and he got his own Boss Subtitles.
Subverted near the end of Majora's Mask where he figures it out.
Villains Out Shopping: When Ocarina Link's group first goes to Lon Lon Ranch, they find Ganondorf there... ordering a cheeseburger from its restaurant.
Vitriolic Best Buds: Odolwa and Gyorg seem to form an exaggerated Type 2 relationship after the events of Majora's Mask, as they are seen travelling together in Twilight Princess but still appear to hate each other.
We Are Struggling Together: While Link likes all the bosses, they all hate him and mostly hate each other (There are a few sincere friendships in there, such as Phantom Ganon and Bongo Bongo). Inverted in Twilight Princess, however, where all the bosses seem oddly fond of each other and of Link, who would rather have nothing to do with any of them.