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The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask
  • Categories:Animal, Size, Mythical, Video Game, Age
  • Original Game Console: Nintendo N64
  • Original Release Date: October 26, 2000
  • Re-Released as part of "The Legend of Zelda: Collector's Edition" on GameCube: 2002

Description


Mythical/Age/Animal
In this game Link can obtain various masks which allow him to transform into various races from the series;

  1. Deku Skrub (short plant like creature)
  2. Goron (human sized rock reptile like creatures)
  3. Zora (blue skinned fish people)
  4. Fierce deity (a powerful adult sized god like version on Link)

Mythical/Animal
In Majora's mask the main character, Link, in the beginning is transformed into a little plantlike creature called a deku scrub by the Skull kid who is wearing Majora's Mask. This transformation is finally undone, but the power of the transformation is put into a mask that Link can use at any time to change back into the Deku Scrub.

Age
In this game, a skull kid wearing the Majora's Mask is wrecking havoc on Clock town. One person he has fun with is Kafei. He changes this adult that is about to be married back to his young childish self. This makes Kafei run away, and latter makes him the target of a thief that steals his wedding mask.

Age/Mythical
The final transformation mask of this game, called the Fierce Deity Mask allows Link to change from a young child into a super powered adult warrior. This appears not to be the same adult form from Ocarina of Time. This is a cool transformation because in this super powered form, you can defeat the boss a lot quicker.

Size
The last Happy mask in the game allows link to take on the form of a Giant. This is very helpful when taking on the final boss of the Stone Tower. The Mask only works in this room, and needs magical power to substain the form. Removing the mask returns Link to normal Size.

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1 Review: The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask
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originally posted by Bisected8 on 2006-11-05, 1 edit, entryid=141