Is Link In Love With Zelda?

no, she wasn’t in love with Link.

She had developed a close bond with him after going through their adventure together, but I don’t think it was romantic..

But Link and Zelda are romantically paired in many Zelda games and they have never kissed. … They really aren’t though, the only one were they are romantically paired would be Skyward Sword and somewhat Zelda II.

Skyward Sword basically portrays Link and Zelda as destined to be together. Every other Zelda game fits with this idea except for Twilight Princess. Because in that game, Link loves Ilia – a character who came out of nowhere and will never be seen again.

The Prince of Hyrule is a character from Zelda II: The Adventure of Link. Though he is never seen in-game, he is mentioned in the game’s prologue. He was the son of the Great King of Hyrule and brother to Princess Zelda.

Zelda definitely loves Link, but it’s highly doubtful that he reciprocates that love.

The Legend of Zelda might be named for a specific woman in Link’s life, but oddly enough, she’s rarely the only love interest the protagonist has in any of the games he has starred in.

Why did midna destroy the mirror?

2 Answers. It’s pretty clear that Midna destroys the Mirror of Twilight to separate the Twilight Realm from Hyrule, since she says, “… Light and shadow can’t mix, as we all know. … See you later…” and then shatters the Mirror of Twilight with one of her tears.

How did midna die?

Towards the end, Midna sacrifices herself as a last desperate attempt to kill Ganondorf, sending Link and Zelda to safety. She appears to be defeated, and Link mourns her death after killing Ganondorf. Shortly after the Light Spirits restore her, and with Ganondorf’s power lifted, she is in her true form.

Princess Zelda is believed by many to be the love interest of Link in the Legend of Zelda series. She first appeared in The Legend of Zelda for the NES in 1987. She is often kidnapped by Ganondorf several times. Her role is very similar to Princess Peach, and Princess Bubblegum.

She didn’t appoint him, her father did. The reason she’s upset with him ties into her own insecurities – she’s envious that she’s unable to unlock her sacred power like everyone expects her to, in contrast to Link, who she sees as having uncovered and embraced his own destiny without any effort.

The original Legend of Zelda doesn’t feature much in the way of story, so it goes without saying that Link and Zelda don’t have much of a connection. … Despite the fact the two have no connection, this Link ends up becoming King of Hyrule after saving Zelda, marrying her in the process.

We know both Mipha and Zelda are romantically attracted to Link. Kass’s song at the end highly suggests it, and Zelda’s body language when she’s talking to the Deku tree gave me the impression that she wanted to tell Link she loved him. Mipha’s goes without saying, they pretty much shove it in your face.