Ending B

The lusty argonian

Spirit Tracks Announced

by Craig Olsen

Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Information on a new Legend of Zelda game, The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks was released all across the internet today. I found a trailer for it on YouTube. Enjoy!

So... it's Wind Waker with trains?

The Missing Piece of Triforce

by Craig Olsen

Wednesday, June 25, 2008

I've been thinking about something recently. I was playing Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, the other day, and I got to thinking: "Hey, there's a piece missing from the Triforce!"


Look at it, it's clearly broken.

Each triforce piece is represents a different virtue and goddess; Courage and Farore, Wisdom and Nayru, Power and Din. So, the key to figuring out the power of the missing piece is to figure out it's virtue and/or goddess.

Triforce Chart

If you color coordinate each piece with the goddess, the Triforce should look something like this.

Notice something? The colors of the pieces of the Triforce are: Green, Blue, and Red. As this happens, these are the colors of the tunics that Link wears in each game (yes, in the first game he does wear a white tunic, but he gains this from the blue ring.) So, has Link worn any other colors? Yes, if you take a look at the Links in Four Sword Adventure

The Links of Four Swords

Look, we have a green one (courage), blue one (wisdom), red one (Power), and a pinkish one (?)

If each tunic color coincides with the goddess and virtue, then the last one should be a kind of pink, and should look...

Pink Upside Down Triforce

Something like this

So, if the missing piece is and upside down pink triangle, which is a gay pride symbol, that means the missing piece must be, The Triforce of Fabulous. Clearly, there can be no other explanation.