The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is a huge game, depicting a Hyrule with three levels – Earth, Air and Underground. It’s also full of Hyrule Easter eggs, which means we’re in for playful little references to other Zelda games. After all, these references are part of the larger mythology of Hyrule. In case you’re looking for them all, we’ve compiled a running list of each reference, organized by the sport they played in.
The Legend of Zelda: Lynx Awakening (1993)
In the extreme southeast corner of the Hyrule map, you’ll find an island surrounded by a shoreline called Toronbo Beach, with a landmark called Koholit Rock. If that looks familiar from afar, it may be because this island (called Eventide Island) was also in breath of the wild – Or maybe it’s because you heard about it in a dream? Specifically, it’s from the dream that’s in the link Link’s Awakeningwhich takes place in the dream-state in an alternate version of Hyrule, where every person, place, and object has a name, which is only a name. Little A little far
at the beginning of Link’s Awakening, Link is shipwrecked and washes up on the Toronbo shores (that is “the coast”, not “the beach”). Later in the game, he ventures to Koholint Island, which has a slightly different name from the Koholint rock depicted here. why is the “n” missing tears of the kingdomversion of the name? And why is it just one rock as opposed to the name of the whole island? Again, we’ll just chalk this up to dream logic Link’s Awakening, ,maddie myers
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (1998)
whenever link cooks a dish on the fire tears of the kingdom, he hums a little song. The only song I’ve heard so far is “Sariya’s Song”, also known as the Lost Woods theme. Ocarina of Time, According to users in this Reddit thread, Link hums several other songs as well. ocarina while cooking, such as “Epona’s Song,” “Zelda’s Lullaby,” “Song of the Storm,” and possibly others left to be heard and shared tears of the kingdom players.
Ocarina of Time The soundtrack, composed by Koji Kondo, includes some of the most popular and critically acclaimed Zelda songs of all time; These songs have influenced musicians over the years since their debut. Plus it’s so cute to hear Link hum it. —Mm
The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask (2000)
maja’s mask, titular cursed mask The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s MaskLink In can be won and worn by tears of the kingdom, if you can manage to overcome one of the toughest challenges in the game. If you dare to attempt the battle, head to the Floating Coliseum (in the Central Hyrule Depths). Once you reach it, the Coliseum will close in around you, after which you’ll face five increasingly difficult Linells. If you manage to kill them all, this mask will be your reward – and what a reward it is! According to its item description, the major advantage of wearing this mask is: “Wearing it makes it difficult for some enemies to recognize you. This is a rare find. ,mm
The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess (2006)
In the far southeast corner of Hyrule, you’ll find Eventide Island, an isolated piece of land. Beneath it, you’ll find the Eventide Depths, home to a coliseum filled with Bokoblins of different colors. If you tackle them all, you’ll be rewarded for your troubles: Midna’s Helmet the Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess,
Midna’s helmet is iconic, as it is one of the main things people look at and think, “What is that thing?” In tears of the kingdom, it provides a decent amount of defense, but it also makes you immune to despair, which makes sense, given Midna’s association with the Twilight Zone. (I mean, gloom is dark, and so is Twilight? I know it’s not the same, but thematically it works, right?) When you can’t stand things with orange hair attached to a helmet. , then you can wear it and then stand in a pack of wild wolves, pretend to role play as your favorite character (Midna) if you want. -Julia Lee