(Breath of the Wild is one of a few Legend of Zelda games that lets you mix and match different armour, but the classic tunic and cap can be found) He has long, pointed ears, a distinctive trait of the Hylian race and their descendants.

In episode 4 of the Adult Saga in the official Ocarina of Time manga series, "Link Vs.

The existence of multiple Links is made obvious on many occasions in the games; for example, the introduction sequence of The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker refers to an ancient, legendary champion who is identical in appearance to Link, and directly mentions the "Hero of Time" (a title given to Link in Ocarina of Time) as a historical entity.

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In the course of his journey he will typically acquire various other magical objects or items, including musical instruments and weaponry.

Link has also made several cameo appearances in a few Mario games.

Link often travels through Hyrule, defeating creatures, evil forces, and the series' primary antagonist, Ganon, while attempting to save Princess Zelda and Hyrule.

To defeat Ganon, Link usually requires the mystic Master Sword and Light Arrows, or a similar legendary weapon, obtained after many trials and battles.

Link has several family members, including an uncle in A Link to the Past; an unseen mother in Ocarina of Time, who dies fleeing a war when Link is a baby; a grandmother who raises him and a sister, Aryll, in The Wind Waker; and a grandfather in The Minish Cap.

Almost every iteration of Link wears a green tunic and a long green Phrygian cap.The Wii version of Twilight Princess is a mirrored copy of the Game Cube version because most people are right-handed, so the game character matches the real-world hand movements for a larger number of players.He is known as the "Hero of the Skies" from Skyward Sword; "Hero of the Minish" from Minish Cap; The Four Who are One from "Four Swords"; "Hero of Time" from Ocarina of Time and Majora's Mask; "Hero Chosen by the Gods" from Twilight Princess (also called the "Hero of Twilight" in fandom); "Hero of Light" from Four Swords Adventures; "Hero of Legend" from Link's Awakening, A Link to the Past, Oracle of Ages, and Oracle of Seasons; "The New Hero of Hyrule" from A Link Between Worlds; "Hero of Hyrule" from the original The Legend of Zelda, Zelda II: The Adventure of Link, and Breath of the Wild; "The Hero of Trains" from "Spirit Tracks"; and "Hero of Winds" from The Wind Waker and Phantom Hourglass.On the cartoon design of Link in The Wind Waker, Miyamoto explained, "Link was a young boy and trying to create a very active and very energetic young boy and trying to choose the right style for portraying the young boy in a game like that we tried many different experiments.The ultimate decision we came to was that the cel-shading in The Wind Waker was the best option for expressing that." However, with the decision to make Link a teenager again in The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess, Miyamoto explained, "Ultimately we decided that in showing a teenage Link really the best style of expressing him would be something that's closer to our graphical style in Ocarina of Time." In the 3D games, beginning with Ocarina of Time, Link was voiced by seven actors: Nobuyuki Hiyama as adult Link; Fujiko Takimoto as young Link; Sachi Matsumoto as Link in The Wind Waker; Akira Sasanuma in Twilight Princess; Yūki Kodaira in Spirit Tracks; Takashi Ōhara in Skyward Sword; and Kengo Takanashi in Breath of the Wild.He tried to make people identify with Link and have the opportunity to be heroes like the character.