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The Legend of Zelda: Titans Seal is the nineteenth installment in the franchise, and one of four installments on the Wii U including original games and main series remakes. The game is set to be released in early 2016 for all regions and is being developed by Amuza.

The story follows Link on an epic quest to save Hyrule from Ganondorf's successor, Cyn. According to legend, every hundred years a new Gerudo male is born, and the new male has risen the Gerudo race. After being in hiding for a century, the Gerudo are out for revenge for their long exile.




The Hundred Year Echos

Hyrule is living through a hundred year age of light, uninterrupted by the forces of a dark evil. Princess Zelda and Impa arrive on the small Diyon Island by boat looking to find new warriors for the Hyrule Imperial Guard. However, unknown to the public, Zelda and Impa are actually looking across Hyrule for the reincarnation of the hero of the land. They run a training session for the Diyonian people, and soon find who they are looking for. Afterwards, Link is called upon to give an offering to Zelda as thanks for visiting the village.

Zelda opens up to Link about her true reasoning for coming to Diyon Island, and tells Link that he may be the hero of the land who can stop the rise of the Gerudo race. Zelda and Impa take Link to the Hyrule mainland and he bids his friends farewell.

Upon arrival, the three head to Hyrule Castle where they encounter the height of the Imperial Guard forces and the unease in the town over the impending war. Link joins the Imperial Guard Recruitment Agency and is given a room amongst the other recruits. He quickly learns through his training and passes the final test, defeating his trainer, Humm.

Once Link passes his training, Impa takes Link to Monank Forest. Impa informs Link he will enter the forest and, if he truly is the chosen one, he will find himself within the forest. Link braves himself for his future adventure and wanders into the Monank Forest. As he traverses through the forest, he comes across the Tree of Life. Link speaks to the spirit within the tree and learns about the history of Hyrule and his destiny. To save the land from Cyn, Link needs to awaken the Four Titans of Hyrule and harness their power to place an indestructible seal on Cyn. Link goes to leave the Tree of Life, until the spirit within the tree awakens a strange creature from the stone shrine surrounding it. The creature introduces herself as Oolla. She asks if it's ok for her to help Link on his journey, and joins Link on his quest.

Call of the Titans

Returning to Hyrule Castle, Link finds Zelda who will take him to the location the Four Fabled Fortress. The two head to the fortress and once arrived Zelda teaches Link the "Family Tune". Zelda tells Link that this song, known only to Hyrule Royalty, carries the power to uncover many hidden secrets over Hyrule. She gives Link her Golden Chrysalis to play the tune and reveal the entrance to the fortress. Inside, Link discovers and defeats the monsters known as Fera, Fura, Fara and Fora before discovering the Titan Chamber. The chamber has large murals of the four Titans inside, and an ancient tablet that speaks of waking up the Titans to place an impenetrable seal on any force. The resting place of the four Titans is inscrolled on the tablet, as well as the tune to the Ballad of the Titans, with the power to awaken their spirit. The Four Titans are found in the Forest of the Forgotten, the skies of Lanayru, Snowpeak and The Badlands.

End of a Generation


The game plays very similar to previous Legend of Zelda installments, mixing puzzles, action, adventure, battlling, and exploration. The player traverses a large overworld completing missions and exploring dungeons across the world to further the story. The game takes pages from Breath of the Wild's open world exploring, and features a similar overworld to the aforementioned game.

The Golden Chrysalis is an instrument within the game that can play numerous songs that can affect the world. It is modelled after the chrysalis instrument, and is a handheld version of it featuring a spinning wheel with strings that are attached to an inner circle. Many of the soundtracks songs predominately feature a chrysalis playing the melody also.


One of Titans Seal's main new mechanics takes form of Link's new partner, Oolla. A member of the Ooccoo race, Oolla made up part of the shrine around the Tree of Life. The spirit within the Tree of Life revived Oolla and was tasked with helping Link on his journey.

Oolla follows Link around by flying over head. She is very intelligent, knowing the history of all of Hyrule, and can help explain things to Link. 

At any time, the player can switch to Oolla's top-down field of view in the sky. In this state, the player can fly above the ground and perform many functions. Oolla's abilities play a heavy role in puzzle-solving throughout the game. Some of her abilities include going to areas unaccessible by Link, picking up items that are out of reach and passing by enemies undetected.

However, Link cannot contact Oolla when he has no access to the outside world, for example when in a shop or dungeon room without a hole in its roof.

Item Combination

The player also has host to a number of items that they can collect from dungeons. Each item can help solve puzzles and get the player through the story. Unlike previous installments, items are capitialized on throughout majority of the game rather than being stuck to a single dungeon. Items are also able to be used simultaneously or merged together to create a new purpose similar to the Bomb Arrows from Twilight Princess. For example, the player can combine the Bombs and the Slingshot to sling bombs into far off places.


Main Characters

Image Name Description
Link SSB4 Link

Link sets off on the journey to defeat Cyn and the Gerudo forces as they try to overthrow the Hyrule monarchy. He is the wielder of the Triforce of Courage and the one destined to save the land of Hyrule from the evil forces upon it. Link travels across all of Hyrule to open the Goddess Altars so he can reach the Four Fabled Fortress and awaken the Titans. Once all the Titans are awakened, Link can harness the power of the Titan Seal, an impenetrable seal he can use to lock Cyn away forever.

TBA Oolla

Oolla serves as Link's companion in his quest to save Hyrule and defeat Cyn and the Gerudo forces. Oolla stems from an ancient race of sky beings who were highly intelligent and speak numerous different languages. She is bird-like in appearance with a very large head and bright orange feathers that are said to be blessing from the gods. Oolla's intelligence translates into her wide knowledge of everything in Hyrule.

Princess Zelda

Princess Zelda is a member of the Hyrule royal family, and heir to the throne of Hyrule after her father. She possesses the Triforce of Wisdom and mentors Link on his outset to defeat Cyn. Zelda, knowing of the impending Civil War due to the rise of the Gerudo forces, has been travelling across Hyrule in search of the Hero of Legend.

TBA Cyn Cyn is the main antagonist of the game. He is the successor to Ganondorf, as Gerudo legend foretold a man would be born every hundred years. Cyn tries to restore Ganondorf to former glory by saving him from his imprisonment, whilst at the same time making the Hyrulean race extinct for their mistreatment of the Gerudo race.
Hyrule Warriors Impa Longsword Artwork
Impa Impa acts as Princess Zelda's guardian and the Commanding Officer of the Hyrule Imperial Guard. Impa leads the group to stopping the Gerudo race from overthrowing the Hyrule monarchy.

Supporting Characters

  • King of Hyrule
  • The Four Titans
  • Seven Maidens


  • Humm, the Imperial Guard Commander
  • Skghoma, the Undead Arthropod
  • Cicero, Din's Guardian Angel
  • Suratiru Ma, the Gerudo Commander
  • The Virgin Sisters Fera, Funa, Fara & Fora



Dungeons are large structures in which the character has to traverse through to progress the story. A dungeon mainly consists of puzzle-solving but there are also treasures to collect, enemies to overcome, and a piece of equipment that Link can use throughout the game.

Typically at the end of a temple is a prized item that the hero needs, or a Titan that the hero needs to awaken to form the titular Titans Seal that will be used to lock Cyn away for good. Sometimes, the purpose of a dungeon is different, such as the Gerudo Keep which is designed to be completed so that the Gerudo Forces will be weakened.

There are three kinds of dungeons within the game. These include Item Dungeons, Titan Dungeons, and Mission Dungeons. Item Dungeons will include a key item hidden within them, Titan Dungeons are essential to completing the game's main story, such as waking a Titan or locating the final boss. Lastly, Mission Dungeons will relate to a side-mission within the game.

Similar to Breath of the Wild, all dungeons are accessible from the start of the game except for the Titan Dungeons, which requires the Four Fabled Fortress to be completed before the four Titan reviving temples can be accessed. However, the Titan's Sanctuary can be accessed from the beginning of the game.

The list of Item Dungeons are as follows.

  • Great One's Haven
  • Inside Mount Din
  • Arms & Armour Palace
  • Tomb of the Ancients
  • Hundred Moon Graves

The list of Titan Dungeons are as follows.

  • Four Fabled Fortress
  • Temple of Earth
  • Temple of Air
  • Temple of Ice
  • Temple of Sand
  • Titan's Sanctuary

The list of Mission Dungeons in the game are as follows.

  • Gerudo Keep


Hyrule Field

  • Hyrule Castle Town
  • Hyrule Castle
    • Hyrule Castle North
  • Diyon Ranch
  • The Eternal Flame
  • Imperial Bridge
    • Night Market


  • Faron Woods
  • Cliffs Edge Ridge
  • The Sanctuary
  • Forest Training Facility
  • Monank Forest
    • Tree of Life
    • Twin Bridge
  • Lost Woods
    • Great One's Haven 
  • The Diyon Walls
  • Diyon Island
    • Link's House
    • Ordon Shop
    • Miriam's Loft
    • Ordon Waterwheels 

Forest of the Forgotten

  • Earth Temple


  • The Goron Tribe Lands
    • Gorokno
    • Unogor
    • Donogono
    • KyGoroni
    • Fayago
    • Goron City
  • Mount Din
    • Inside Mount Din
    • Bridge of Din
  • Death Mountain
    • Kakariko Village
    • Death Mountain Summit
    • Goron Mines
  • Bridge of Eldin
  • Zora River East
    • Hot Springs
    • Highland Falls
    • Zora Command Outpost


  • Zora River North
    • Zora's Domain
    • Lake Floria
    • Floria Channels
    • Floria Bridge
    • Cliffs of Phasi
  • Startail Hills
  • Air Temple

Upper Lanayru

  • Blood Ocean
  • Snowpeak
    • Ice Temple

The Badlands

  • Gerudo Desert
  • Gerudo Highlands
  • Desert of Doubt
    • Zuna Plains
    • Zuna Village

Greater Hyrule

  • Jala Coastline
    • Jala-Jala Marina
    • Broken Pier


Image Name Description
TBA Golden Chrysalis An instrument that was said to be played at the Banquets of the Titans. It was heralded by the Hyrule King, knowing it's power would be unstoppable if put in the wrong hands. It can open the Relic Chambers and awaken the four Titans of Hyrule.
OoT Fairy Bow Great Bow

Allows Link to shoot arrows at a far away target. They can activate switches, stun enemies and interact with the world in many other ways. The Great Bow is found within the Great One's Haven.

Dominion Rod Move Heaven's Scepter Shoots a large beam of light that Link can traverse through, as well as interacting with the world through numerous ways such as lighting up passages and activating switches. The Heaven's Scepter is found Inside Mount Din.
ZeldaBombs Bombs Creates a large explosion after being set by Link. They have a timer which lasts a couple seconds, and will flash red and pulsate before exploding. Bombs can be carried and contained by Link with the Bomb Bag that is found within the Arms & Armour Palace.
Clawshot Clawshots Large claws attached to a chain. They can be shot a far distance and grab onto numerous different terrains to pull Link to the target. This allows him to cross chasms and reach previously unexplorable terrain. It is found within the Tomb of the Ancients.
TSMagic Cape Magic Cape The Magic Cape is an item that can transform Link invisible for a limited amount of time to bypass terrain. When invisible, Link cannot be seen by some enemies and can sneak attack them or avoid them completely. It can also be used on NPCs or objects. It is found in the Hundred Moon Graves.
IronBoots Iron Boots Heavy boots that will weigh Link down. This can allow him to fall to the bottom of bodies of water, withstand strong winds and solve weight-based puzzles that require a differentiation between heavy and light weights. It is found in the Waters Edge Ruins.

Timeline placement

On the canonical timeline, The Legend of Zelda: Titans Seal takes place on the Child Era, exactly one hundred years after Twilight Princess when Ganondorf was executed by the Hero of Light.

The Gerudo legend foretold that every hundred years, a Gerudo male would be born. Cyn is the next Gerudo male after Ganondorf. The race went into hiding in the desert over fear of being hunted down for their crimes under the name of Ganondorf. Cyn reignited the Gerudo power and sent them on a mission to overthrow the Hylian monarchy.

Many instances of evolution between Twilight Princess can be seen throughout the game. For example, the monkey race residing in Faron Woods have evolved into intelligent beings known as the Monank.

There are also many references to Four Swords Adventures which canonically took place after Twilight Princess but before Titans Seal. For example the Seven Maiden side-quest which opens up The Sanctuary introduces the Maiden's and implied Four Sword Sanctuary in the form of The Sanctuary.


  • The Titans of the game are considered to be the Hyrule version of Termina's Four Giants.
  • Similar to Breath of the Wild, the game features an expansive Hyrule that entirely accessible from the start of the game.
    •  The only area of the game that is inaccessible is the four temples where the Titans can be revived. These areas can be opened after completing the Four Fabled Fortress. As well as this, the four temples cannot be completely explored until having the necessary equipment found within the numerous Item Dungeons.
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