Link and Zelda are one of Nintendo fans' favorite couples, right alongside Mario and Princess Peach. But did you know that Link and Zelda aren’t a couple? Not always, at least. Due to how reincarnation works in The Legend of Zelda, Link and Zelda naturally end up with quite a few different dynamics, with each game changing their relationship for novelty.
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With so many games to choose from and decades of storytelling to dig into, it’s hard to pinpoint what exactly defines Link and Zelda’s relationship. There are consistencies, however, and even a few key details that can help you make sense of their reincarnation cycle. However, it’s easy to miss these moments in favor of the more apparent narrative occurring in each game. That doesn’t mean those moments aren’t there, though. They may feel like secrets, but they shine a considerable amount of light onto Link and Zelda’s relationship.
Updated April 18, 2023, by Branden Lizardi: The release of the highly anticipated sequel to Breath of the Wild draws ever nearer. One thing we've noticed about Tears of the Kingdom is how Zelda has a far more present role than before. This has given us more to think about regarding her and the hero's long-standing relationship. We also discovered some smaller details from the older games worth mentioning. With this in mind, we've updated this article, refreshing the grammar and formatting while we're here. Enjoy!
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26 They Aren't Always Both There
Before we get started about this not-always-a-power-couple, It's important to note that they don't both appear in every game. While it's quite a rarity, a handful of Zelda titles do not feature Zelda at all. They are as follows: Link's Awakening, Oracle of Seasons/Ages, Majora's Mask, and Tri-Force Heroes.
The Link in Link's Awakening is commonly accepted as the same one from A Link To The Past, so we can assume the same Zelda exists, but she never appears in the game. The same connection can be made between Majora's Mask and Ocarina of Time's Zelda. The Oracle games occur outside of Hyrule, in the land of Holodrum, where Zelda never appears. The timeline implies it may be the same Link as Link to the Past and Awakening, but this isn't certain. As for Tri-Force Heroes, aside from the debacle of not knowing which Link is the real one, the entire land and royal line are shifted from the standard. The land is called Hytopia, with a Zelda-like princess called Princess Styla. Because of this, we're not sure if these count when considering their overall relationship.
25 Link And Zelda Are Always Destined To Meet
Fate is an interesting concept, one that finds itself playing a major role in many fantasy-centric stories. The Legend of Zelda is really no exception, with fate playing a role in most of the major titles. Both Twilight Princess and Skyward Sword use the inner workings of destiny as one of their major themes. In a series where fate is so relevant, it’s only natural that Link and Zelda always be destined to meet.
Considering Demise’s Curse from the end of Skyward Sword and how it supposedly keeps the Triforce bearers together, it’s only natural we assume Link and Zelda will meet up when reincarnated in the same cycle. This isn’t to say Link and Zelda always reincarnate together, but we’ll touch upon that later…
24 Link And Zelda Rarely Have Romantic Relationships
One of the biggest misconceptions you can make as a fan is assuming that Link and Zelda are always romantically involved. In actuality, they almost never end up together or strike up a romantic relationship.
Most of the time, Link and Zelda maintain a strictly platonic relationship, with even a few instances of them simply having a professional one. The few times Link and Zelda actually wind up together are exceptions to the rule. They’re friends first and lovers second.
23 The NES Link Meets Two Different Zeldas
Considering how old and relatively obscure the first two games are in a modern setting, it's easy to miss. The very first Link, the one featured in The Legend of Zelda and The Adventure of Link, ends up interacting with two separate Princesses, both still Zeldas. How does this work? Simple, the second Zelda was actually the first Zelda! Alright, maybe it’s not that simple.
Zelda 2’s backstory explains that the original Princess Zelda was put to sleep for hundreds of years. The game's plot involves Link trying to wake up the sleeping Princess while also attempting to prevent Ganon’s revival. In the process of succeeding, Link wakes up the original Zelda meaning she now co-exists with the Zelda Link saved in the first game.
22 The Wind Waker: Link And Tetra Likely Did Not End Up Together
As much as fans want it to be the case, it’s fairly likely that Link and Tetra did not end up together after the events of The Wind Waker. While the game itself strongly implies a romantic relationship between the two, Phantom Hourglass and Spirit Tracks work together to prevent such a pairing from coming to fruition.
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In Phantom Hourglass, largely thanks to Tetra’s diminished role and the general lack of expressions from the DS models, there’s no clear romantic link between Tetra and Link.
In Spirit Tracks, it’s clear that Tetra has ancestors within the Royal Family, but nothing implies Link does. Rather, Spirit Tracks Link looks exactly like Phantom Hourglass Link. While this is just a case of Nintendo using the same model between games, it does seem to point to a scenario where Link and Tetra don’t marry.
21 The Minish Cap: The First Real Romance
Not only does The Minish Cap deserve more praise than it gets, but it also deserves more acknowledgment. Despite being a rather short game, The Minish Cap is easily one of the more memorable adventures in the Zelda series, with some top-notch dungeons, a surprisingly great story, and the first real romantic arc between Link and Zelda.
These two are quite clearly in love in The Minish Cap. Honestly, it is so obvious that it goes from cringe-y to downright cute. Zelda has feelings for Link, and their relationship is rooted deeply in childhood. Forget that The Minish Cap was once the series’ origin point; its most interesting feature is developing a romance between Link and Zelda long before Skyward Sword.
20 Link And Zelda Aren’t Always Friends
Even though Link and Zelda are always destined to meet, they aren’t always destined to get along. While it’s quite rare, there have been two notable instances where Link and Zelda meet but fail to become friends.
In Twilight Princess, Link and Zelda don’t even know each other until the events of the game and never bother building a substantial relationship. In Breath of the Wild, Zelda outright hates Link for most of the game, only becoming friendly with him shortly before Link falls into his century-long coma. Destiny’s not always the nicest thing.
19 Twilight Princess: A Most Professional Relationship
To expand further on Link’s relationship with Zelda in Twilight Princess, they have quite a businesslike dynamic. The two don’t dislike each other by any means, with Zelda even showing Link a bit of friendliness by the end of the game, but they’re very much only associated by circumstance.
Were it not for Midna, Link and Zelda wouldn’t even have a repertoire. Their entire relationship boils down to the two working together on Midna’s behalf. Zelda is, at her core, a princess first, and it shows. She’s at her most royal here, and Link has his own baggage to deal with, mainly stemming from Ilia’s amnesia. There’s just no room for a friendly bond.
18 Breath Of The Wild: The Open Disdain Of Princess Zelda
Although Link and Zelda have a professional relationship in Breath of the Wild, there’s far more vitriol thrown Link’s way than in Twilight Princess. For most of the game, Zelda seems to hate and resent Link for his natural abilities.
This mostly stems from her own insecurities, notably her inability to awaken her powers as Princess, but it doesn’t stop her from detesting Link roughly 85 percent of the time. By the end, she grows out of it and even comes to appreciate him, but they’re not exactly friendly for a good chunk of the game.
17 Zelda Is Always Taller Than Link
You may not have noticed, but Link is a short guy. Consistently, too. There isn’t a single Link that stands out as particularly tall. For that matter, Link is always depicted as shorter than Zelda in each and every incarnation.
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She’s a few inches taller than him in Ocarina of Time, a little taller in The Wind Waker, significantly taller in Twilight Princess, and just barely taller in Skyward Sword and Breath of the Wild. This may be because Zelda is actually always older than Link too, but it doesn’t change the fact that Link is on the shorter side of life.
16 Ocarina Of Time: Zelda’s Lingering Feelings
One of Ocarina of Time’s interesting implications is that Princess Zelda has feelings for Link, at least in the future. When they’re kids, there’s very little going on between them, but it’s clear in the future that Zelda sees Link as a larger-than-life figure who can genuinely save Hyrule. When she bids him off at the end of the game, it’s clear she’s sad that he’s leaving.
If you think about it, this makes quite a lot of sense. Princess Zelda’s entire plan relied on Link showing up to save the day. She waited in hiding for seven years, specifically on the chance that Link would return. When he does, she watches him throughout the game as Sheik, witnessing his heroics firsthand. You’d probably fall in love too.
15 Spirit Tracks: An Overlooked Romance
Spirit Tracks features one of the best depictions of Princess Zelda in the entire franchise. Her character is so good that it’s not hard to see why Link would fall for someone like her. In fact, like The Minish Cap, it’s implied that they have a strong romantic connection in the game.
The two are completely inseparable because Spirit Tracks makes Zelda Link’s main companion for the whole game. The two actually work together and bond with one another consistently. Zelda has a character arc that sees her grow while also growing closer to Link. It’s obscured even further since Skyward Sword was the very next game in the series, but it does a great job of developing a natural romance for Link and Zelda.
14 A Link To The Past: Link Has Secret Feelings For Zelda
Link and Zelda don’t really have a discernible relationship in A Link to the Past. Link’s uncle implies a connection between the two in the English release of the game, but their dynamic boils down to Link saving her once in the Light World and once again in the Dark World.
There’s absolutely nothing going on between the two of them. That is until you take Link’s Awakening into consideration. Link’s Awakening heavily implies that Link has feelings for Zelda, and it’s done all through Marin.
13 Link’s Awakening: Marin As A Manifestation Of Zelda
Since Koholint Island is the combination of Link’s subconscious merging with the Wind Fish’s dream, elements from his past creep up throughout the game. Most notably, the final boss takes on the appearances of enemies from A Link to the Past. Even more telling, however, is Marin. Link clearly likes Marin in Link’s Awakening, with the text implying a relationship multiple times.
How does this connect to Zelda, though? When Link first wakes up, he mistakes Marin for Zelda. This one line is enough to imply that Marin and Zelda look eerily similar. Given that the dream is also influenced by Link, we can deduce that Marin is a manifestation of Link’s feelings for Zelda. If there’s romantic tension between the two in Link’s Awakening, that means Link had a crush on Zelda in A Link to the Past.
12 Every Zelda Is Zelda, But Not Every Link Is Link
The way reincarnation works in The Legend of Zelda means that every single Zelda is connected to the first Zelda in Skyward Sword. She embodies the soul of that Zelda, keeping her alive throughout the cycles. On the other hand, the same can’t be said for Link. Rather than his soul reincarnating, only his spirit does. This means that almost every Link is unrelated.
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There is one outlier, though. It’s heavily implied in Twilight Princess that the Link of that game is related to the Link from Ocarina of Time. In game, it’s strongly suggested that the Hero’s Shade is the Hero of Time, a concept later confirmed in Hyrule Historia, and the Hero’s Shade tells Link that they’re related in their final training session. One has to wonder, though. Is Twilight Princess' Link a soul reincarnation or still just a spirit?
11 A Princess And Her Knight
It seems that reincarnation likes to keep things consistent. While he has had a few different professions from game to game, Link’s still a knight more often than not. This likely stems from Link and Zelda’s relationship in Skyward Sword, where Link was a literal knight sworn to protect Zelda.
Even if Link doesn’t reincarnate into a knight’s family, he still acts a knight, as seen in games like Ocarina of Time and Twilight Princess, where he doesn’t have a profession in the former and is just a farmer in the latter. Even then, Twilight Princess establishes that the former Link would become a knight anyways.
10 The Adult Timeline Doesn’t Have A Real Link
Taking place in the timeline Link left behind in Ocarina of Time’s ending, the Adult timeline features The Wind Waker, Phantom Hourglass, and Spirit Tracks. What it doesn’t feature, though, is a real Link. In having Link leave at the end of Ocarina of Time, the Hero’s spirit goes with him. That means the reincarnation cycle for Link is cut off entirely in the future.
This is actually a plot point in The Wind Waker where Link has to prove himself the hero to earn the Triforce rather than being given it. This means that Spirit Tracks Link isn’t a true reincarnation, lending more credence to the idea that Tetra and Link don’t end up together. If there’s no Hero’s spirit, how can Link reincarnate into a new Link? Simply put, he can’t.
9 Link And Zelda Mess Everything Up In Ocarina Of Time
For all the good Link and Zelda try to get done in Ocarina of Time, they mess things up quite astronomically. In the child portion of the game, Link and Zelda fail to consider that Link is probably too young to wield the Master Sword and that they’d be opening the Door of Time and leaving the Sacred Realm vulnerable for Ganondorf to invade it.
In the adult portion, Zelda sends Link back in time to his original timeline as a kindness to him. While this is meant to be a gift for Link, a way of reclaiming his lost youth, it does mean Zelda ends up cutting off Link’s reincarnation cycle in the future since his soul doesn’t exist there. This leads to the Goddesses flooding Hyrule and the events of The Wind Waker occurring. Ocarina of Time's ending isn't as fun as The Wind Waker.
8 Link And Zelda Mess Everything Up Further In The Downfall Timeline
If you thought that was bad, it gets way worse in the Downfall timeline. In an unseen timeline, Link actually fails to defeat Ganon in their final battle. It’s implied that Ganon actually defeats Link prematurely, forcing the sages to work together to seal him.
This small change leads to the Downfall timeline, where Hyrule is in ruins for the majority of the series. Compared to Ocarina of Time, Hyrule is post-apocalyptic at times. Breath of the Wild is also heavily implied to take place in the Downfall timeline, pushing the overall situation from bad to worse.
7 There Are More Zeldas Than There Are Links
Reincarnation in The Legend of Zelda isn’t as simple as it seems. While there’s a Zelda in every generation, the Links only show up when needed, as aforementioned. The greater implication here, however, is that there are more Zeldas than Links.
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As the Links aren’t related, they don’t need to pass on their blood for there to be a new Link like the Zeldas need to. Rather, the spirit of the hero just reincarnates to whoever’s applicable. The result is that there aren’t enough Links to pair up with the Hyrule’s Zeldas. Need proof? Why didn’t the original Zelda from The Adventure of Link have her own Link?
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In actuality, they almost never end up together or strike up a romantic relationship. Most of the time, Link and Zelda maintain a strictly platonic relationship, with even a few instances of them simply having a professional one. The few times Link and Zelda actually wind up together are exceptions to the rule.Is Zelda and Link in love? ›
Although romance isn't new for Link and Zelda, it wasn't until Skyward Sword when the franchise would finally decide to give the two a genuine, undeniable love story.How do Zelda and Link know each other? ›
The Link and Zelda's in these games are both well acquainted with each other by the time they start, even if BotW Link has amnesia. The pair are childhood friends in Skyward Sword, with the strong implication that they are one confession away from being a couple.Who is Link's girlfriend in Zelda? ›
Navi is the fairy companion made famous in Ocarina of Time and, while she certainly nags the hero at times, she is an invaluable companion for Link and someone without whom Link would have surely failed his quest. Navi is always there for Link.Why Link doesn't talk in Zelda's diary? ›
According to Zelda, Link never speaks because he thinks it is “necessary to stay strong and to silently bear any burden.” If we take the diary at face value, not only does this entry explain that Breath of the Wild's Link is the strong, silent type because he doesn't want anyone to worry about him, but it confirms that ...Who is Zelda's love interest? ›
Princess Zelda is believed by many to be the love interest of Link in the Legend of Zelda series. She first appeared in The Legend of Zelda for the NES in 1987.Do Zelda and Link ever hook up? ›
In actuality, they almost never end up together or strike up a romantic relationship. Most of the time, Link and Zelda maintain a strictly platonic relationship, with even a few instances of them simply having a professional one. The few times Link and Zelda actually wind up together are exceptions to the rule.Is Link Zelda's Brother? ›
The Adventure of Link
The Prince of Hyrule is the son of the King of Hyrule and brother of Princess Zelda I.
Ultimately, though, Nintendo has never explicitly stated that Zelda and Link are brother and sister and the only instances where that idea has been explicitly stated in Zelda media are considered to be non-canonical.Who is Link's enemy? ›
Ganon is the archenemy of the protagonist Link and originally the leader of the Gerudo, a race of humanoid desert nomads before becoming the ruler of his demons. In his original Gerudo form, from which he can change magically, he is known as Ganondorf.
Who is Link's little sister? ›
Aryll is Link's younger sister in The Wind Waker.What is Link's real name Zelda? ›
According to Miyamoto, it's “Link.” Yes, the hero of time's official full name is Link Link.Does Link kiss Zelda? ›
Although romantic interest is heavily hinted at in Skyward Sword and Breath of the Wild, they never officially kiss.Why is Zelda mad at Link? ›
Long story short: While both were chosen heroes, Zelda couldn't control her power throughout her life while Link was successful at everything. She felt being compared by her father and her people on the daily basis, thus resent Link and his success at the first place.Does Link sleep in Zelda? ›
The Legend of Zelda: A Link To The Past - Link Is Asleep
In the title still hailed as one of the greatest games of all time, the Super Nintendo's A Link to the Past, Link begins the story asleep in his bed.
Zelda, during the Renaissance, lived in Florence and met a man named Benvolio. Though her father disliked Benvolio, Zelda married Benvolio anyway, though their marriage only lasted three days. In 1469, Zelda broke James Hexton's heart by choosing to date Johannes Gutenberg.Who is Zelda shipped with? ›
This also applies to Princess Zelda, though she is less likely to be shipped with anybody besides Link. Zelink is the most popular ship, but Midlink and Malink are also very popular.Is there any Romance in Zelda? ›
The Legend of Zelda series is all about the struggle of good versus evil and the nature of being a true hero, but every so often, it also contains elements of romance. Each game in the series includes a few examples of happy relationships, one-sided crushes, and desperate efforts to catch one another's eye.Does Link turn into a girl? ›
The end result is that Link remains male, albeit a very pretty androgynous male whose gender is frequently called into question.What age is Link? ›
According to Ryuji Kobayashi, Link was designed to be 17 in that game.
How old is Link in a link to the past? ›Who is Zeldas best friend? ›
Saria | Zeldapedia | Fandom.What is Zeldas dad name? ›
Rhoam Bosphoramus Hyrule is a character from Breath of the Wild. He is the "Last King of Hyrule" and the father of Princess Zelda.What is Zeldas character name? ›
Princess Zelda is the titular character in Nintendo's The Legend of Zelda video game series. She was created by Shigeru Miyamoto and introduced in the original 1986 game The Legend of Zelda. She is one of the central characters in the series, having appeared in multiple incarnations over more than three decades.Why is Link called Link? ›
For instance, in the 2011 book The Legend of Zelda: Hyrule Historia, Miyamoto said that Link was named Link because “he connects people together” and that “he was supposed to spread the scattered energy of the world through the ages.”Why does Link look so feminine? ›
Link may look a bit feminine in Breath of the Wild – or at least slightly less masculine compared to how he looks in Twilight Princess. However, his appearance is intentional. Aonuma explained to TIME that he “wanted Link to be gender neutral” going all the way back to Ocarina of Time.Is links horse a girl? ›
Epona (The Legend of Zelda)
The Sound & Drama CD mentions Link's father and gives him the name Banzetta. He was a soldier of Hyrule who fought to protect the Triforce. He died fighting Ganondorf's men who killed his wife Loretta, leaving his young son Link in the care of Zelda's nursemaid Egorowa, whom he asks to raise his son as a Knight.Is every Link in Zelda the same? ›
While some fans aren't happy with Demise or his curse, at least the character spells out that not every Link is the same character. But, that doesn't mean each incarnation of the hero is relegated to one game, either. Some Links are assigned honorific titles in memory of their escapades (and game gimmicks).Does Link have parents Zelda? ›
In The Legend of Zelda manga by Yuu Mishouzaki by Yuu Mishouzaki, Link's mother is Princess Zelda XVI. Zelda XVI had an affair with the elf warrior Rune and gave birth to Link as a result. Link was raised by Impa without ever knowing his true heritage.
What is Dark Link's name? ›
Dark Link, also known as Link's Shadow, first appeared in The Adventure of Link as the final Boss who guards the Triforce of Courage inside the Great Palace. He serves as the final test created by the King of Hyrule before Link can obtain the Triforce of Courage.What is Link's fairy called? ›
Navi is a fictional fairy who acts as series protagonist Link's navigator throughout the 1998 Nintendo 64 video game The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. She was voiced by Kaori Mizuhashi.Why did Link sleep for 100 years? ›
After Link sustained fatal injuries during the second Great Calamity, Purah followed Princess Zelda's orders and placed Link in the Slumber of Restoration inside the Shrine of Resurrection to heal his wounds. Purah did so expecting for Link to lose his memories in the process.Who is Zelda's sister? ›
Aryll is seen again at the end of the game aboard the pirates' ship after Link and Tetra surface from the now-flooded Hyrule. She appears one last time waving goodbye to her brother before Link and Tetra leave in search of new lands.Why is Link's hair pink? ›
User Snarwin claims the pink hair is a result of the Dark World turning Link into a bunny, and thus there wasn't room in Link's limited, 16-bit color palette for his traditional hair color with the bunny pink taking up a slot.Does Link have a last name? ›
Link has never been officially given a last name by Nintendo, though Zelda creator Shigeru Miyamoto has joked in the past that his full name would be "Link Link" in reference to the last names given to Mario and Luigi in the 1993 Super Mario Bros. movie.Who is Link's wife? › What are Link's kids names? › Who is Link's son? ›
Link Neal has three children. They are Lillian "Lily" Grace Neal (born in 2003), Charles Lincoln Neal IV (born in 2005), and Lando James Neal (born February 23, 2010). Lando has been on a few of the Good Mythical Morning shows with Rhett's younger son, Shepherd. They usually work as a team to determine answers.Who kisses Link? ›
Spryte, who traveled with Link to the Underworld, feels sorry for the young hero and kisses him for having such a hard day.
Who kissed Link? ›
Link Gets Passionately Kissed By Loone In The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild.Who is the girl who likes Link? ›
Zora princess Mipha + Link
This is Mipha. She looks at Link like this because she likes Link. She likes Link a lot. She heals him.
10 WEAKEST: Heroes Of The Four Sword
Of the eight, it's the four Links seen in the first Four Swords that hold this spot.
The Legend of Zelda wasn't titled after Link due to the suggestion of a public relations person and the strength of real-life Zelda's reputation. Given the franchise's long-lasting popularity, Miyamoto and Nintendo clearly made the right choice.Why is Link blue in Zelda? ›
The blue tunic worn by Link in BOTW signifies his position as a Champion, one of a small group representing the very best of Hyrule's various races. As such, all the Champions wear the same shade of blue in some way, such as Urbosa's skirt or Daruk's sash.Does Link talk in Zelda? ›
No, he's not. The reason why we never hear Link talk is because of immersion. When Zelda was first conceived, Link was there just as an avatar. A way for the player to introduce themselves, so he wasn't given any dialogue or personality, for that matter.Can Link get drunk in Breath of the Wild? ›
What players do know for sure, however, is that during gameplay, Link has the opportunity to encounter a drunken non-playable character "that occasionally hiccups."How do I get a Link to sleep with Paya? ›
When Link says goodbye, Paya encourages him to get some sleep since staying up late cannot be great for his health. Paya is very shy about her room and if spoken to standing in it rather than sitting at the table, she will ask Link to leave. If Link listens to her while she sleeps, Paya murmurs his name.Did Link and Zelda kiss? ›
Although romantic interest is heavily hinted at in Skyward Sword and Breath of the Wild, they never officially kiss.Is there any romance in Zelda? ›
The Legend of Zelda series is all about the struggle of good versus evil and the nature of being a true hero, but every so often, it also contains elements of romance. Each game in the series includes a few examples of happy relationships, one-sided crushes, and desperate efforts to catch one another's eye.
Is there any romance in Breath of the Wild? ›
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is no dating game, but it doesn't lack for romance. Link experiences the platonic love of giant horses and dogs throughout his adventure — as well as the affections of two fishlike creatures, whom everyone really wants to date in real life.Does Link love Mipha or Zelda? ›
With many instances where Mipha's love for the knight is revealed, a translation of the Adventure Log in Japanese also exhibits Link's love for Mipha. Even though in BOTW each of the four champions died, their memories continue to live on and slowly reveal themselves to Link throughout the game.Was Link ever a female? ›
Although Link is depicted as a male character, Aonuma said that he wanted him to be gender neutral. He said that in Ocarina of Time: "I wanted the player to think 'Maybe Link is a boy or a girl'. If you saw Link as a guy, he'd have more of a feminine touch.Does Zelda ever get married? ›
Though her father disliked Benvolio, Zelda married Benvolio anyway, though their marriage only lasted three days. At some point, Zelda woke her Aunt Dorma up and was turned into a porch swing.What gender is Zelda? ›
She also appears as a playable character in the Super Smash Bros. series. Critics have responded positively to her character development and have listed her as one of the greatest female video game characters of all time.What is Zelda and Link ship name? ›
Zelink is the het ship between Link and Zelda from the The Legend of Zelda fandom.How does Link lose his arm? ›
The first thing that many Zelda fans agree with is that Link doesn't lose his arm, according to what we saw in all the trailers. Instead, it seems Link's arm gets corrupted by some sort of energy or magic.How old is Link in a Link to the past? › How do I sleep with Paya? ›
Paya lives in Impa's house, so head inside and talk to her for a while. Eventually you'll put her to bed, at which point you'll want to wait by the fire until night falls.Who is older Link or Mipha? ›
Mipha - Height: 5'2, Age: 55, Relationship Status: Engaged? While the Zora are generally tall, their little princess is shorter than even some Hylian women, standing at barely 5'2. However, she's roughly the same age as Link and Zelda, albeit in Zora years, making her about 55 years old.