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The Legend of Zelda: Mystic Beginnings
Developer(s) TalixArts
Publisher(s) Fantendo
Platform(s) Wii
Release Date(s)
November 2009
Age Rating(s)
Genre(s) Platformer
Media Included Unknown

The Legend of Zelda: Mystic Beginnings tells the reboot of the franchise and it tells the first Link half to find the Auora of Triforce with the Mystic Eye in order to stop the malovent Ganondorf and resuce the fallen Princess Zelda. The teaser tagline "For Every Legend...There's A Beginning"


The reboot story first tells a young teen named Link as he embarks on his destiny. He meets Ado, a bounty hunter who befriends him, and the two set forth to find the mysterious Mystic Eye where it holds powers he need to find the Auroa of Triforce, the only force that can lead him to the Master Sword. In an attempt to find the sword, he uncovers a sinister plot between Hyrulian figure, Lord Bardgen, and the villanious criminal Ganondorf. Link discovers Princess Zelda is caught in the middle of their devious plan and must use the powers he see fit to stop them and rescue the princess. However, Link will uncover more about the Triforce and the Mystic Eye.


Mystic Eye

Like the Orcania and the Wind Waker, the Mystic Eye is a piece of item that is central to the protagoinist's story. The eye's story can be told when it is believed the father of the goddesses who made the triforce left them his eye. The eye itself can cast spells from altering time to stopping time to even rewinding time; other spells can activate shields and other defensive powers.

Auora of Triforce

The Auora of Triforce is a energy force that can be only found by the mystic eye. With a unique spell cast, the protagonist can use the auroa to heal his magic or fuel the Master Sword. The auora is the only way to activate the Master Sword.

Master Sword

The Master Sword is the ultimate sword Link finds at the Alpha Temple. It is a double-edge sword unlike the Hero's Sword that repels all evil.


  • Hyrule
    • Kirocuou Hills
    • Forest Temple
    • Zudqous
      • Water Temple
    • Fire Temple
    • Wind Temple
    • Shadow Realm
    • Alpha Temple
    • Hyrule Castle
      • Underground Temple
      • The Triforce Room
      • Courtyard


(p) playable

  • Link (p)
  • Ado (p)
  • Princess Zelda (p)
  • Ganondorf
  • Bardgen
  • King of Hyrule
  • Epona the horse
  • Boss Battles:
    • Zephyriua
    • Alphadon
    • Calmarius
    • Mal Ligant
    • Doomsday
    • Eradiacu
    • Incus
    • Hoptis
    • Shadow Link


The Legend of Zelda: The Sun King

Since Mystic Beginnings is a reboot to the franchise, retelling the first adventure of Link and his first battle against Ganondorf while saving Zelda, the game spuns a direct sequel, The Legend of Zelda: The Sun King. The story will take place following the events of Mystic Beginnings and will have Link finding the Sun King(character)|Sun King in order to stop an evil sorceress Lunina from taking over Solaris. It is for the Nintendo Wii and is set for an unannounced release.

The Legend of Zelda: Ado's Tale

The Legend of Zelda: Ado's Tale is sort of a prequel, but mainly a midquel setting some unprior events from Mystic Beginnings to The Sun King. This will be the first Zelda game to be a midquel and the first not to feature Link as the main protagonist. However, the protagonist is Ado, Link's sidekick. Even though his past will be explored in The Sun King, the game will follow Ado's journey before meeting Link, and the time he leaves Hyrule right after helping Link defeating Ganondorf before heading to Solaris. The game will have similar gameplay like Mystic Beginnings and Ado will learn new abilities and skills when he have half to outrace the main antagonist of the game, Zacchin, a malevolent bounty hunter and a close friend of Ado's who wants to collect something Ado owes. Link and Princess Zelda will be seen and mention in the game, but both will not have a much playable role. It is only for the Nintendo DS and DSi; it is set for a March 2010 release.

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