Toon Zelda is a sub-series of the famous Legend of Zelda franchise. The sub-series started with The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker, and is still being made by one of Nintendo's branches, Pyro Enterprizes.

Main Characters

Link- A young boy whose life changed forever after his sister got kidnapped by the Helmaroc King. He's the most comical of all of the Links in the Zelda series. He's one of the two main protagonists of the sub-series.

Tetra- A tomboyish and headstrong pirate captain whose identity is actually that of Princess Zelda. She's one of the two main protagonists of the sub-series. She started being playable from the second game onward.


The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker (2002)

This game begins the Toon Zelda sub-series. It stars Link, a young boy living on Outset Island with his sister, Aryll, and his grandmother. After his sister gets kidnapped by a strange bird later known to be the Helmaroc King, Link embarks on a quest to save her. Using a new baton called the Wind Waker, Link, with the help of a pirate captain named Tetra and a talking boat called the King of Red Lions, Link journeys across the Great Sea on his quest to save Aryll.

The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass (2007)

This game is considered to be a midquel between Wind Waker and Sands of Eternity. After Tetra gets kidnapped by a mysterious Ghost Ship, Link goes on a journey across the World of the Ocean King to save her. Now, Link is accompanied by Linebeck, a comical treasure-hunting sailor, and a mysterious old man named Oshus.

The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks (2009)

This is another midquel, taking place between Sands of Eternity and the untitled third Toon Zelda game. Taking place a century after Phantom Hourglass, this game features a new descendant of Link. The game takes place in New Hyrule, ruled by Tetra's granddaughter, this game's version of Zelda. After Zelda's body and spirit got separated by Chancellor Cole, she and Link must reclaim the Spirit Tracks to maintain the seal by the main villain, Malladus.

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