Legend of Zelda: triforce war summery
When an evil force rises in Hyrule, a young man named Link must be the one to stop it. Along side the princess Zelda and a group of hyrules' must trusted allies, they must find the six keys of the sages to unlock the master sword and use its power to prevent an all-out war before time runs out.
Link: a young adolescent from a small farm just outside the lost woods and holder of the triforce of courage. Growing up on the farm, Link never made many friends. The only friends he ever had were a fairy called Niva and his horse Epona. On his seventeen birthday, His father gives him a sword, which he uses in a fight against a pack of moblins to rescue some guards. Link is usually laid back with an act before thinking personality, which can sometimes lead to trouble. While he does tend to be a bit lazy, he does as he is told depending on the gravity of the situation. He is left handed and has a fear of losing himself(in a spiritual and mental sense) to any kind of darkness.
Zelda: the princess of Hyrule, and holder of the triforce of wisdom. While she is proper lady, she wants to try and be a strong and caring figure towards her people like her father. When she's not learning the ways of royal duty, she's learning the art of the bow and the arrow like her mother did, who died a month after her birth under tragic circumstances. When Link comes to stay at the castle, she develops a strong friendship with him the more they get know each other. Zelda has lived in the castle all her life. She has never been allowed outside the castle walls under the kings orders, making her long to see the outside world and its wonders.
Niva: a fairy and long time friend of Link. Niva is a Safety nut and is always scolding Links' rebelling behaviour. While she does mean well, she and Link always end up having an argument over something. Link and Niva met each other at a young age when Link found her on the edge of the forest with a broken wing. When she got better, she decided to stay. Deep down, Niva cares about Link deeply and doesn't want him to get hurt or killed. (Note: Niva is Navi with the A and I switched.)
the king of Hyrule: ruler of the land of Hyrule and Zeldas' farther. He can be described as a firm but humble man. He rules his kingdom with a kind heart like any good king should while trying to raise one daughter with the help of his faithful friend and commander of the royal army Impa, who acts as Zeldas' caretaker when he is off on business. While he is humble in personality, he's still someone you don't want to piss off; Since he tends to be overprotective of Zelda. He is protective of his daughter because he does not want her to suffer the same fate as his wife did when she was attacked by monsters.
Impa: Zeldas' caretaker and commander of the Hylian army. Impa is the one person that Zelda, the king and Link can always turn to. She is a strong hearted woman who does not fool around. While she cares deeply for Zelda as if she was her daughter, she always makes sure that the soldiers are in line and in top shape. When Link is recruited as Zeldas's bodyguard, Impa makes him go through the most effective means of training as there possibly is. She is the last of a tribe known as the Sheikah, who have served the royal family for many years. She wields a large sword that has been passed down from her tribe for generations. With it she can cut through hordes of enemies without broken a sweat when combined with her skills of martial arts.
princess Ruto: princess of the zora and long time friend of Zelda. She believes she is about of the highest form of royalty because of her position as princess. though her intentions are for the good, most people think she's a bit snobbish and they're not wrong. She and Zelda have been friends since childhood When the two kings had business with each other. Unlike some princesses, She's not afraid of the battlefield and its dangers. Around her wrist is a scale handed down in her family that allows her control and create water at will, including being able to heal small wounds.
Darunia: Leader of the Gorons of Death Mountain and Sworn brother to the king of Hyrule. Like most gorons, he appears big and intimidating, but is a really a jolly spirited individual who cares deeply about his people and his allies. Like all gorons, he lives on a diet of rocks and stone and is gifted with the strength of twenty men; being able to lift a boulder fifty times his own weight. Darunia is a wise leader; giving advice to those when they need it and always tells them to always think of the consequences of their actions and choices. Some of his favourite past times are smashing rocks, boulders and sumo wrestling with other members of his race(or other people if they are brave enough).
the (Happy)Mask salesman: A mask seller who owns a shop in the castle town of Hyrule. while he is a trusted man of his word, there is quite a mystery behind him. He almost has his eyes closed all the time,He's almost always smiling even when he is mad and no one knows his real name. Some people think he may be insane because some have seen him talking to himself and because of his unpredictable personality. While he is viewed as a man of business, he really hates the whole concept of money; believing that it is what makes so many people in the world greedy and heartless. Some of the masks that he has with him are enchanted with different types of magic that are used for different purposes. One mask that he owns holds the ability to see what people really think and feel. The mask of truth. He came from a village outside of Hyrule near the north boarders.
ganondorf: the evil merciless king of the gerudo and barer of the triforce of power. Ganondorf is a man without a heart. While most of his race are on his side, some of them are rebelling against him and his corrupted ways. With an army of beasts and monsters at his command, he is determined to take Link and Zeldas's triforce pieces by any means possible; even killing them.
The three golden Goddesses: Din, Nayru and Farore, the creators of the world, its inhabitants and the Triforce itself. While they are not present physically, the three sometimes appear to Zelda and Link in their dreams. They watch over Link, Zelda and their allies on their quest to find the six keys and defeat Ganondorf.