Trophies: Legend of Zelda Series 1


Name: Kikwi

Debut: Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword (2010)

Description: The Kikwi’s are a race of avian-like beings that inhabit the Faron Woods. They have a plant-like bulb on their backs that can be opened at any given time; usually in times of distress. They use this bulb to camouflage their bodies from enemies. They added Link in finding the whereabouts of Zelda in turn for clearing their woods from enemies. They are skittish creatures who dislike violence.


 

Name: Bucha

Debut: Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword (2010)

Description: Bucha is the Kikwi elder and a leader of sorts. He seems to know the secrets of Faron Woods well (though he seems oblivious to a even older Kikwi then himself). He aided Link finding the lost Zelda in turn for helping find his Kikwi’s. Despite being a Kikwi, he has a very large body. He gave Link the Slingshot as well as a reward for aiding the Kikwi’s.

 


Name: Parella

Debut: Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword (2010)

Description: Parella’s are inhabitants of Lake Floria and serve the Water Dragon, Faron. They seemingly have no bones so they can fit into very small holes and crevices. As of late, their home has been taken over by monstrous fish and monsters that have been terrorizing the citizens. After getting over their initial fear of Link, they taught Link how to swim like a Parella.


Name: Gorko

Debut: Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword (2010)

Description: Gorko is a traveling Goron archaeologist who is interested in studying Goddess Cube and Goddess Walls. He seems to have a unquenchable thrust for knowledge and will travel to anywhere to unravel the secrets. Gorko seems almost obsessed about Skyloft; often referring it to the Isle of Goddess.


Name: Goddess Cube

Debut: Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword (2010)

Description: The Goddess Cubes are special blocks that were left on the surface by the Goddess. When Link struck the Goddess Cube with a charged Skyword Strike, it will return to the sky where it would activate a black Treasure chest thus allowing Link to open it and see what was inside. Gorok the Goron was extremely interested in these mysterious cubes.


Name: Goddess Harp

Debut: Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword (2010)

Description: The Goddess Harp is a magical harp that was given to Zelda to complete her destiny. When strummed, the harp can cause Goddess walls to appear and Gossip Stones to spring to life. The Goddess Harp is given to Link to complete the later parts of his quest by Zelda. When played by a area of Blessed Butterflies, a Goddess Wall or Gossip Stone may appear.


Name: Gaepora

Debut: Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword (2010)

Description: Gaepora is the father of Zelda and the Headmaster of the Knights Academy. He has a very owlish appearance but it is not sure if it’s a coincidence. He tasked Link in finding his daughter, Zelda, after she disappeared into the clouds below. He is one of the select few who know the existence of the Surface and the Goddess Sword. He cares much for his daughter, Zelda and acknowledges the special connection that his daughter and Link has.

 


Name: Dodoh

Debut: Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword (2010)

Description: Dodoh is the owner and proprietor of Fun Fun Island. However, when Link first meets the clown, he appears down in the dumps. It is later revealed his Party Wheel fell to the surface and was lost forever. Link retrieved the wheel thanks to the drowsing ability and LD-310S Scrapper. Dodoh then allowed Link to compete in his games on Fun Fun Island.


Name: Eldin

Debut: Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword (2010)

Description: Eldin is the Fire Dragon that watches over Eldin Volcano on the Surface. Compared to Faron and Lanaryu, Eldin is pretty chatty and enjoys divulging secrets about the other dragons. Link is quested with defeating the parasite enemy, Bilocyte inside the whale, Levias, he agrees to help Link with his adventures.


Name: Faron

Debut: Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword (2010)

Description: Faron is the Water Dragon and watches over Lake Floria. Compared to Eldin and Lanaryu, she is more prideful and boastful of who she is. She tasks Link in finding Sacred Water to heal her wounds after a battle with Ghiraham’s minions. Once restored to her previous glory, she agrees to help Link. She seems to enjoy testing Link as she floods the forest to prevent enemies from reaching her domain.


Name: Lanaryu

Debut: Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword (2010)

Description: Lanaryu is the Thunder Dragon and watches over Lanaryu Gorge. Apparently, he is the oldest of the Dragons but is in poor health and has been neglecting to address his health problems. However, when Link encounters the Thunder Dragon, he has since passed away. Link must use the Timeshift Stone to briefly revitalize him. Link is quested with finding a Life Tree Fruit to bring him back to life.


Name: The Imprisoned

Debut: Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword (2010)

Description: The Imprisoned is a massive monster that has been sealed the Goddess Hylia in the Sealed Grounds. It is revealed that Demise, the tyrant to attacked the Surface centuries ago, is closely linked to this monster. It broke free multiple times but with the help of Link and the Old Woman (and Groose), they were able to prevent the monster from escaping. It can be tripped by destroying it’s toes and sealed using the Skyword Sword.

 


Name: Bokoblin

Debut: Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword (2010)

Description: Bokoblin’s are minions under Ghiraham and are one of the more commone nemies found. They come in a variety of colors such as red and blue. They are more resourceful and difficult to fight against then their earlier cousins in previous Zelda games. They use a variety of weapons such as swords, clubs, and cleavers


Name: Technoblin

Debut: Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword (2010)

Description: Technoblin are electrical-gadget wielding bokoblins that use technology to fight opponents. While slower then their bokoblin cousins, they have more health and are stronger because of their electrical attacks which can shock Link. They only appear when a Timeshift Stone is in the area. Otherwise, they are just a pile of bones!


Name: Scaldera

Debut: Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword (2010)

Description: Scaldera is a powerful Fire-based enemy that was brought to life by a boulder by Ghiraham. He has many arms and a wide mouth that is full of lava. He attempted to chase after Link but was constantly pushed back by bomb flowers. It’s main weakness was throwing a bomb flower into his mouth which causes his rock armor to fall off bit by bit; allowing Link to hack away.

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