Sunday, 16 June 2013

Majora's Mask: Monkey

This monkey can be found in the Woods of Mystery. He guides Link through the passages and finally to the injured witch Koum. Upon exiting the Woods of Mystery, they ask Link to rescue their brother from the Deku Palace, where he is being locked up for kidnapping the Deku Princess.

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Saturday, 18 May 2013

Majora's Mask: Sakon the thief

Sakon is a nasty and cunning thief.He is a very sly and suspicious character, although he always tries to act cool, he cannot suppress his suspicious nature. His hideout, Sakon's Hideout, is situated in Ikana Canyon with a huge boulder placed in front of it and can only by opened by Sakon himself.

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Monday, 31 December 2012

Majora's Mask Skull Kid

The Skull Kid becomes a central character in Majora's Mask. Under the influence of the Majora's Mask that he stole from the Happy Mask Salesman, Skull Kid becomes a powerful sorcerer. Using this new-found might, he wreaks havoc on the four worlds of Termina, ultimately attempting to destroy it by bringing the Moon down upon the land. He appears to be the main antagonist through most of the game, though he himself is not evil and is merely being controlled by the powers of Majora's Mask.

By: sabidiet

Saturday, 24 November 2012

Skyward Sword Bomb

 Bombs are staple items in The Legend of Zelda series, premiering in the first game and recurring in every game since, excluding The Adventure of Link. In Skyward Sword, Link can also throw bombs like bowling balls via an underarm swing of the Wii Remote, with even being capable of giving the bomb a spin. The Beetle can also pick up and fly with a bomb to a new location, adding depth to the Bomb's usage.

By: sabidiet

Saturday, 17 November 2012

WW Gyorg + ST Malgyorg Recolor

The Gyorgs in The Wind Waker are fierce-looking, shark-like enemies that inhabit certain parts of The Great Sea.A different form of Gyorg appears in Spirit Tracks under the name of Malgyorg, and they reside in the sands of the arid Sand Realm rather than in the Ocean.

By: sabidiet

Friday, 19 October 2012

Skyward Sword: Deku Hornet

Deku Hornets are creatures from The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword. They can be found in the Deep Woods by rolling into a tree with a hive on it, or shooting down the hive with the Slingshot or Bow. With combinations of other bugs, they can be used to upgrade Link's potions at the Bazaar. If Link gets near them, they will attack, dealing damage. Link can fend them off with his sword until they fly away. The hives can yield Hornet Larvae.

By Paperlegend

Monday, 30 July 2012

Ocarina of Time: Nabooru

Nabooru is a Gerudo introduced in Ocarina of Time. She is the second-in-command of the Gerudo, Ganondorf being her only superior. She has a second-in-command herself who iswithout name. Nabooru is highly respected by the other Gerudo, who are unaware of her rebellion against Ganondorf. During the events of Ocarina of Time, she becomes the newSage of Spirit and aids Link in his battle against Ganon.

Designer: Paperlegend
Builder: Paperlegend

Monday, 23 July 2012

Majora's Mask: Link

After having been sent back to his childhood by the adult Princess Zelda of Ocarina of Time, the Hero of Time began a new history in which Ganondorf never destroyed Hyrule Castle and failed to take over the kingdom for 7 years. He leaves Hyrule to search for his lost friend Navi. While riding deep in the Lost Woods, he is ambushed by a Skull Kid who is possessed by an evil artifact, Majora's Mask, and his horse, Epona, is stolen along with the magical Ocarina of Time. Chasing the Skull Kid, Link falls into a crevasse and arrives in a world called Termina. He must save this land from the evil of Majora's Mask, which has drawn the moon into a decaying orbit, causing it to crash into Termina's capital city in just three days. Link uses the Ocarina of Time (reclaimed early on) and the Song of Time, which sends him back in time and saves the game when he plays it, to relive these three days again and again in order to prevent the disaster.

Designer: sabidiet
Builder: sabidiet

Monday, 16 July 2012

Majora's Mask: Goron Elder's Son

The Goron Elder's Son lives in the Goron Village and can be found crying inside the Goron Shrine. He wails so loudly that he extinguishes the torches outside of his room. The Gorons inside the shrine hold their heads to try and muffle the shrill, sharp cry of the baby. He is crying because the Goron Elder, his father, has gone out and hasn't come back. After Link plays the Goron Lullaby, the baby will become calm and fall asleep, as will several of the surrounding Gorons.

Designer: Paperlegend
Builder: Paperlegend

Friday, 6 July 2012

Ocarina of Time: Ingo ( And Gorman Brothers)

Ingo is a bitter, minor character who works at Lon Lon Ranch. He appears to be lazy; he often complains about the harsh amount of work he is ordered to do, citing his self-entitlement as his motivation for whining. Ingo gives off a morally ambiguous and untrustworthy aura. Ingo is found working hard at the ranch, though grumbles and moans about the laziness of his superior, Talon. Conversely, Ingo appeals to Ganondorf and is granted ownership to the ranch during Link's adult era. He kicks Talon out of the ranch and orders Malon to do the hard work while he charges Rupees in exchange for short horse rides. 

Designer: Paperlegend
Builder: Paperlegend (ingo)
Vincentmrl (Gorman brother)

The pack contain textures for Ingo artwork version (pink overalls) and the two gorman brothers (they are exactly the same model)