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Pyro Enterprises
Well, welcome to The Legend of Zelda: Lost Conquest, a fangame made by me, Pyrostar.

Please do not edit it without my permission, but you are welcome to comment or talk to me on my userpage. Oh, and try to spot the over 9000 reference hidden within the text!


The Legend of Zelda: Lost Conquest
ZeldaLostConquest
Developer(s) Nintendo/Pyro Enterprises
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Platform(s) Pyrohedron
Genre(s) Fighting
Media Included Pyrohedron Disc
The Legend of Zelda: Lost Conquest is a Zelda-series fighting game developed by Nintendo alongside Pyro Enterprises, acting as a love letter to the series by the latter. It is heavily inspired by the Wii U spinoff Hyrule Warriors, in terms of both gameplay and story, but additionally seeks to make its own identity in the series.

Story

Prolouge

The story begins with a brief narration by the original game's narrator.

The land of Hyrule was a blessed land. Created by the three Golden Goddesses long ago, it was the keeper of the Triforce, a magical artifact of extraordinary power. While its intended task was to keep the land in balance, it could also grant wishes to the chosen few who possessed the three virtues that it stood for; Courage, Wisdom, and Power.

Unfortunately, the Triforce's inability to distinguish good from evil led to it being sought out by a powerful demon. When the demon was eventually defeated by a hero in a green tunic and a young girl with great magical power. The demon cursed the duo, causing them to be eternally reincarnated throughout the ages, to be hounded by an incarnation of his hatred.

This curse continued throughout the ages, with the demon's spirit reappearing and being defeated by the girl and the hero. Eventually, however something strange happened. The demon's defeat caused a split in Hyrule's timeline, creating three separate branches. The curse continued to spread throughout the three timelines, regardless of the hero's actions. This lead to several new occurrences of the curse appearing within a smaller amount of time.

However, the demon's spirit, spread throughout the three timelines, eventually gained awareness of all three branches, uniting into a single entity, with plans to end the cycle once and for all... More TBA

Gameplay

Gameplay in Lost Conquest runs on a modified version of the Hyrule Warriors engine, and as such shares many similarities. Battles take a behind-the-shoulder view akin to most Zelda games, with the ability to lock onto opponents and run around in 3D.

Combat takes place in various 3D arenas with varying sizes, similarly to the Dissidia series of fighting games. Arenas typically have puzzle-like elements in them, similarly to the actual Zelda series, and these will allow the player to gain some form of advantage over the opponent by commanding the battlefield.

Players have both light and heavy attacks at their disposal, akin to Hyrule Warriors, and also possess a Magic Meter alongside their Hearts, which allows them to utilize more powerful attacks with magical effects. In addition, players may find Item Pedestals in the arena, which contain Items that the player can combo with their standard attacks.

Characters

TBA

Byte-Related Content

When certain compatible Bytes are scanned while this game is playing, certain rewards are unlocked. These can either be weapons or alternate costumes.

Occasionally, two Bytes may interact with each other when connected, granting an additional reward.

More information TBA.

Games by Pyro Enterprizes
Games in Canon Series

Paper Mario 5: The Rise of Shadow | Paper Mario 3D | Kirby: Cozmic Adventure | Super Mario World DX | Paper Mario: Legend of the Sun Flower | Kirby and the 3rd Dimension | Luigi's Mansion: Ghost Universe | Metroid: Power Shift | Mother U | Super Smash Bros. Quantum | Mario and Luigi: Under World | Kirby Fighters Y | F-Zero DX | New Hyrule Warriors | Pokémon Iron and Amber Versions | Poké Arena | Skylanders: Warlords | Super Mario Windstorm | The Legend of Zelda: Worlds Below | Five Nights with Captain Toad | Paper Mario 7 | Kirby and the Legendary Labyrinth | Kirby's Dream Team | Kid Icarus: Fabled Skies | Skyworld Warriors | Punch-Out Nitro!! | Wario: King of Thieves | Kirby StarPG | Electroplankton: Symphony | Splatoon: Splashdown | The Wonderful 102 | Kirby: Solar Star

Paper Mario DLC

Paper Peach: Adventure of the Lost Ark | Paper Peach: Adventure on the Lost Ark | Paper Bowser: Revenge is Sweet | Paper Toadea: The Secret of the Nexus | Paper Rosalina: Legend of the Cosmic Spirit

Original Games

Heroforce | Mythikal | Knight Watch | Flora | Rift Team Omega | Novasapien | Luck of The Draw | Thunderstrike | Necromania | Agent K | City of the Sands | League of Ultimate Justice | Darklord | Time Breaker | Arc-71 |Rhythmus | Graviton | Heart to Heart | 404 | Starlight | Hexis | Halls of Horror | ElectroLink | Flame Stars | Clash of the Elements | Dual Attraction | Diamond Dance | Unknown Action RPG

Pre-Installed Games Neon Force EX | Flamebeat Music | Gold And Glory | Love Tester 2.0 | Retro Collection | AviCombat | Crystalis 3D | Livewire | AviLife | Brainstormer

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