Friday, 8 June 2007
12:17:13 AM (GMT)
Here is my description in wikipedia:
Tetra is a sarcastic pirate who (reluctantly) starts Link out on his journey. Her
mother died few years before the events of The Wind Waker, and she was left to lead
the group of pirates (the only ones actually appearing in the game). She is the
character that Ganon meant to kidnap with the Helmaroc King, instead of Aryll. Their
similar pointy ears caused the mistake. She helps Link out periodically, and later,
her true identity is revealed in Hyrule Castle: she is Princess Zelda, the last
heiress in the Hylian Royal Family bloodline.
Tetra is due to appear again in The Wind Waker's sequel, The Legend of Zelda: Phantom
Hourglass. It is unknown if she will be in her Princess Zelda form. Also, in The Wind
Waker, Tetra did not know she was Zelda, yet knew of Hyrule, the Hero of Time, the
Master Sword, and wore a large piece of the Triforce of Wisdom around her neck as a
ha thats cool. Might as well show you some of my friends!
Aryll is Link's little sister. She has a certain liking of seagulls, who flock to the
lookout tower on her and Link's home, Outset Island, which she dubbed "Aryll's
Lookout". Her name was apparently derived from seeds called arils.
She is the first character that appears in The Wind Waker (not counting the title
scene and the introduction screen), and is captured by Ganon's forces early in the
game as he is looking for pointy-eared girls that might be Princess Zelda. Link sets
out to save her, and she is the main driving point for the first part of the story.
Her rescue is higher in Link's priorities than saving the land from evil. After Link
rescues her from the Forsaken Fortress (Ganon's dark island base above the sea), she
stays with Tetra's pirates for the remainder of the quest and is not seen again until
the ending credits.
In the first play-through, she wears a light-blue dress with red flowers on it. In
the second play-through, she wears a maroon-colored dress with white skulls on it,
the same dress she wears in the Forsaken Fortress and ending sequence.
King Daphnes Nohansen Hyrule
King Daphnes Nohansen Hyrule is the last king of the long forgotten land of Hyrule.
He is of the Royal Blood Line, just like Princess Zelda. To meet with Link, he
remotely operates the King of Red Lions, a talking boat, using magic. Judging by how
he fades in and out of existence and how he's still living in Hyrule despite the fact
that it had been sealed away by the gods long ago, he may be a ghost with a
particularly strong presence. He may also be grounded spiritually to Hyrule as Link
only meets him in person while in Hyrule. By the end of the game, the King wishes to
the Triforce for Hyrule to be drowned, and stays with the kingdom as it is flooded.
Well, that's about all. Link and I saw the king drown. It was really really really
really REALLY sad! Link tried to bring him up to the surface, but he wouldn't take