Sunday, July 31, 2011

New Blog URL

Hey guys. Well, ZeldaFacts is officially now Zelda Realm. Within one week, the URL will change to "", and now my email address is "". I also changed the logo. Unfortunately, I may experience some technical difficulties, but please enjoy the new site.

Saturday, July 30, 2011

Change the Name?

Hey guys. Recently, I figured out that this blog's name is very similar to another blog. I also figured out that when you Google search for this site, it will display results for the search "zelda facts", not ZeldaFacts. I want some feedback. Should I change the name for this site? If I should, email me some ideas. So far, I have "Zelda Realm", "Zelda Den", and "Zelda Cavern". What do you guys think?

Monday, July 25, 2011

Majora's Mask - Termina/Hyrule Parallel Worlds

What's up, readers? In case you guys haven't noticed, I added at least one photo to every post to make the blog a bit more eye-catching. I also added a "videos" page where I will show all videos I ever post here on this site, and an "about ZeldaFacts" page which briefly explains the purpose of this site and other things about it. You can check them out whenever you want, but for now, enjoy the post.

Termina is (obviously) the world that Majora's Mask takes place in. It is not Hyrule, but similar to it. It is widely believed that Termina is a parallel universe, what with the similar characters and the location. You may find this confusing, but I can straighten it out. First of all, way at the beginning of the game, Link is riding Epona through a forest, a forest that actually seems to be the Lost Woods. The forest has the same entrances to its different parts as the entrances in the Lost Woods, which are large, circular, wooden holes in the walls that looks like a hollow tree stump. This confirms that the forest is the Lost Woods. So at this point, Link is still in Hyrule. Link enters Termina through a "portal". I am 100% sure this portal was the deep, black pit in the tree stump that Link wanders in, but falls through. Proof that this is the portal is that while Link is falling through, what seems to be the essences of masks and creatures in Termina surround him,and when Link finally lands, he is on a flower that cannot be found in Hyrule, and he gives it a curious look. Link is now in Termina.

Termina is not in fact a mirror world to Hyrule; it is a parallel world. It is existing in a different universe than Hyrule, but does not mirror it. For example, just because there are Kokiri in Ocarina of Time does not mean a similar group of people are in Majora's Mask. Though the characters resemble each other, I believe this was done by the makers of the game for sake of the gamer being more familiar with his/her surroundings. But there could be some characters that are the same ones from Ocarina of Time, for example, the Skull Kid, or possibly the Happy Mask Salesman (who I will have post about). These characters simply must have traveled through the same portal Link went through, unless there are multiple portals. Link may have found home in Termina, or may have left at the end of the game through a portal that will take him back to Hyrule. He must have left back because, as proven in later Zelda games, his ancestors lived in Hyrule (or over it, as the case is in Wind Waker).

So there you have the explanation to the mysterious theory about the Termina/Hyrule Parallel Worlds. It may have been hard to understand, but that is only because it is a confusing topic. Any questions or comments, email me at or comment below. Thanks for reading.

Sunday, July 17, 2011

Majora's Mask - Skull Kid

Hey guys. I hope you enjoyed the new Youtube channel. Although I will not post too many videos for it, I will try to make the videos interesting. I also would like to introduce the new ZeldaFacts logo. It's not too great, but it's the best I can do. If anyone has any thoughts on it, contact me. But for now, let's discuss the Skull Kid.

A skull kid is presumably what happens to a Kokiri who gets lost in the Lost Woods, so Skull Kid was a Kokiri. It is also hinted that Skull Kid is in Ocarina of Time and knows Link. The proof is that in the beginning of the game when Skull Kid attacks Link, he says "This guy... well, that shouldn't be a problem". He also says  "you have the same smell as the fairy kid who taught me that song in the woods" to Link. Skull Kid clearly recognized Link. He also seems to have a liking for masks, as shown in both games, when buying the skull mask from Link and stealing Majora's Mask. In Ocarina of Time, he also says he wants to be different, which may be one reason for causing mischief. All in all, Skull Kid is mischievous, but not evil. Majora's Mask possessed him and made him what he was in the game. Although Skull Kid originally came from Hyrule, he may have found Termina before Link, befriended the fairies and giants, and been abandoned by the giants.

Skull Kid may seem to be a strange and mysterious character, but if you pay close attention (as I did), you can figure out exactly who he is. Remember to follow the blog and subscribe to the Youtube channel, and make sure to read next post, which will most likely be about Termina.

Tuesday, July 12, 2011

New YouTube Channel

Hey readers. This is just a quick post to inform you guys about my new Youtube channel, where you guys can check out some cool videos related to the posts I have. It is simply called "ZeldaRealm", and the URL is I recommend you guys to subscribe to it along with this blog for news and videos related to The Legend of Zelda. I have already made a video, which shows some similarities between Majora's Mask and structures in Stone Tower and Stone Tower Temple (see post below for more information). Once again, I am urging everyone who reads this blog to subscribe or at least follow by clicking the "join this site" button under the followers sections. I appreciate all of the support. Thanks again!

Monday, July 11, 2011

Majora's Mask - Majora's Mask

Hey guys. I haven't posted anything in a long time mainly because I was out of the house most of the time , but also because I was gathering facts for this post. Majora's Mask could have countless amount of theories, and I was busy putting them together. So enjoy the post.

Majora's Mask is a very mysterious mask, said to one belong to an ancient tribe (which I will talk about) for their hexing and torture rituals. This ancient tribe sealed the mask into darkness, in fear that it will be misused and cause catastrophe in the world. Although it is not mentioned, I believe this tribe created that mask, as no evidence is given that another tribe created it. How it was created is not known, but it must have involved powerful Dark magic, as the mask seems to have control over itself, posses others, and transform (as demonstrated at the end of the game). The mask salesman somehow stumbled upon it in his travels, but it got stolen from him by the Skull Kid.

Now, a question that all want answered and is clouded in mystery is "what is the ancient tribe?". I believe, along with many others, that the ancient tribe is the tribe that raged war in Ikana Canyon against their , the tribe that lived within Stone Tower and Stone Tower Temple, the tribe known as the Garo. The Garo seemed to roam across Ikana Canyon, specifically near Stone Tower. And although some may contradict that the Garo lived in Stone Tower, it is still highly likely that whoever did live in Stone Tower were the ancient tribe. The way the whole temple is designed resembles Majora's Mask. For example take a look at the entrance. It looks like the mask upside-down, and the entrance hall also has a structure resembling the mask. So, although the Garo may have not been the ancient tribe, I believe the ancient tribe lived in Stone Tower. See the video below for some proof.

Although I straightened out some theories about Majora's Mask, there is still a great deal of mystery around it, and it is not likely that any theory can be truly confirmed. Check out the Stone Tower of Babel theory. It is very interesting and believable. Remember to read next post (which will probably be about the Skull Kid), and remember, any questions or post ideas, comment below or email me at