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| The Legend of Zelda:|
|Platform(s)||RiiVolution Advance, Pyrohedron (ported)|
The Legend of Zelda: Darkness Within is a Legend of Zelda fangame. It is currently being developed as a collab project between Phazonworks and Pyro Enterprizes.
A grown-up Link returns to the Land of Hyrule after the events of Majora's Mask, with his new companion Skull Kid of masks in tow. Taking a job at the Lon Lon Ranch, he manages to do very well - before Ganondorf returns and kidnaps Zelda. Link must once again set forth to defeat the King of Evil, but must fight his own demons, as the power of his Fierce Deity's Mask tempts him throughout his journey...
After his long journey beyond the borders of Hyrule, we find the Hero of Time working at Lon-Lon Ranch, at least until Ganondorf returns. Then he is forced once again to take up the Master Sword in battle.
Now free of the evil within Majora's Mask, Skull Kid certainly doesn't mind wearing a replica that the Happy Mask Salesman made.
The Princess of Hyrule and Link's hinted soulmate throughout the story. Somehow when Ganondorf kidnapped her, she escaped and came into possesion of the original Majora's Mask, which gradually corrupts her kind and true self
Even though he's mainly the primary villain of the Zelda series, Ganondorf takes a backseat this time around; now hiding in the deserted Ikana Canyon, the bearer of the Triforce of Power strangely comes out of hiding when the menace of Majora's Mask comes out of hiding once again and posseses Zelda to take over Hyrule, not to mention
Zelda's bodyguard and the general of the Hyrulian forces, Impa is the last of the Sheikah tribe and a former resident of Kakariko village. She gets along well with the Happy Mask Salesman for some reason...
Hyrule is very similar to past Legend of Zelda titles, having many different locations, as well as some referrences to past games. (More Coming Soon)
Hyrule Field is often considered the hub for many Zelda games and is the land you must traverse in order to
- Morning to Hyrule:
- During the Day:
- Nighttime Falls: During the night in Hyrule Field you'll often have to contend with pairs of Stalchildren, who have limitless respawn potential.
- Terror at 2:00 AM: Remember those Cow-abducting ghosts (or aliens as they are more commonly known) from Romani Ranch? Well, they're back, and looks like they plan to abduct Link for some reason. He can fight them off until dawn (5:00 AM) or run to a building and wait them out. If they do get Link, he will end up in the middle of Hyrule Field, depleted of all item ammo, bottled items, and rupees.
- Sunlight Rises:
Side-Quest The 20-Mask Conundrum
Remember the 20 normal masks from Majora's Mask? The Happy Mask Salesman brought these masks back from Termina, but Ganondorf's minions took them and scattered them across Hyrule; now he needs Link to retrieve them.
Return all 20 of these mystic masks to receive a special reward.
To Be Redone
A new form of online play has come to a Zelda game for the first time ever: up to 8 players are allowed to roam around an expansive version of Hyrule Field accomplishing various goals in whatever mode they choose.
|Rupee Gather||Collect as many Rupees as you can carry! Attack your opponents to collect the Rupees they carry!|
|Enemy Hoarde||Slay as many enemies as possible to rack up as much points as you can before time runs out. The Lesser Masked Guardians are worth tons of points.|
|Battle Royal||Battle to be the last Hero of Time standing! Use a select amount of items to bring them down!|