Quick Answer: Is The Hero Shade A Stalfos?

The Hero of Time is the title given to the Link who appears in Ocarina of Time, Majora’s Mask and later in Twilight Princess as the Ancient Hero.

Link is bestowed this title upon awakening from his seven-year slumber after retrieving the Master Sword from the Pedestal of Time..

Who is the Stalfos in Twilight Princess?

Hero’s SpiritRaceStalfosGenderMaleMain appearance(s)Twilight PrincessOther appearance(s)My Nintendo Picross: Twilight Princess4 more rows

Skull Kid scares Epona, Link hits his head and dies. Link’s body is discovered and news of his death reaches Zelda. Overwrought with grief, she makes for the Triforce and uses it to wish Link back to life.

The Hero’s Shade in his wolf form When Link, a young man from Ordon Village, learns of his destiny to overcome the evils of Zant, usurper to the throne of the Twilight Realm, the Hero’s Shade sees the potential for a master swordsman within him.

Maybe OoT link, after he grew up, went on the exact same journey as TP link, however, OoT link failed, and someone wound up losing his right eye in battle. Overcome with panic he used his ocarina of time to go back in time, where he died, probably from the loss of his eye. Thus leaving TP link to do OoT link’s past.

1 STRONGEST: Dark Link He is made of shadow magic but has all of the same powers and strength as Link himself. With this in mind, Dark Link’s power rivals that of the Hero of Twilight and the Hero of Time. Dark Link also differs from Shadow Link and they don’t appear in the same games.

I’m pretty sure he was dead. A few different parts of the game, but especially Kass’ final song allude to it. In Kass’ final song, which was written by his teacher who apparently witnessed the moment Zelda’s power awakened says that Link “paid the ultimate price” which usually means the person died.

In Hyrule Historia, it is revealed that the Hero’s Shade is actually the Hero of Time, Link, from Ocarina of Time and Majora’s Mask.

What happened to the hero of Twilight?

According to the book (via the Gamepedia Zelda Wiki), the Hero of Time “lamented the fact that he was not remembered as a hero,” and so he taught Link the sword techniques as a “proof of his courage.” He had gone on to save the land of Termina in Majora’s Mask, but this apparently wasn’t enough, so the Hero of Time was …

How do you kill Stalfos?

The Adventure of Link The red Stalfos attack simply by swinging their sword and can be defeated by a sword slash while crouching. The blue Stalfos has the same attack, but can also jump and down-thrust in mid-jump. Link defeats them the same way as he would a red Stalfos.

Link ends up back at Hyrule safe and sound where he is thought of as a hero because of the events of OOT. … But one day, when Link is old and dying, he decides that he wants to die in the home of his youth, so he goes back into the Lost Woods, dies, and becomes a Stalfos.

There are many theories as to why Navi would so abruptly leave Link without any apparent explanation. One is that owing to the fact that Link is not a Kokiri, and thus was never meant to have a fairy companion in the first place, Navi had to depart once his quest had been fulfilled.

Reality is that Link isn’t dead during Majora’s Mask. While it’s a fun thought and certainly makes the entire experience darker, reality is stacked against it. You can obviously choose to still believe it, just know that it goes entirely against the developer’s intent and the actual in-game evidence.

He is known as the “Hero of the Skies” from Skyward Sword; “Hero of the Minish” from Minish Cap; The Four Who are One from “Four Swords”; “Hero of Time” from Ocarina of Time and Majora’s Mask; “Hero Chosen by the Gods” from Twilight Princess (also called the “Hero of Twilight” in fandom); “Hero of Light” from Four …

No. It seems unlikely that it is TP link’s father, it is definately possible that it is OoT/MM link, if not, then it’s one of the hylian knights.