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The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask is the sixth installment of the Legend of Zelda series, and arguably the best. It was released in 2000, and was made using Ocarina of Time's engine.


The game is set in Termina, which is a parallel world to Hyrule, where a mischievous creature called the Skull Kid steals Majora's Mask from the Happy Mask Salesman and uses it to send a moon crashing into Termina and destroying it. Link, the hero, needs to prevent the apocalypse by stopping the Skull Kid in under three days. Of course you can't beat the game within the actual time limit, so you have to play the Song of Time.


Main ProtagonistsEdit

  • Link
  • Tatl

Main AntagonistsEdit

  • Skull Kid
  • Majora



A map of Termina

Termina is much simpler than Hyrule, with only four temples and one main town; however, many of Termina's locations are much more interesting than Hyrule's, such as the Deku Palace or Ikana Valley.


  • Woodfall Temple - A shrine for the Dekus
  • Snowhead Temple - The core of a blizzard threatening to wipe out the Goron race.
  • Great Bay Temple - A temple which is polluting the waters of the Great Bay
  • Stone Tower Temple - A cursed place which has turned Ikana into a Haunted Wasteland.


  • Odolwa
  • Goht
  • Gyorg
  • Twinmold
  • Majora's Forms


The gameplay of Majora's Mask is a lot more diverse than Ocarina of Time's, and has more difficult puzzles, which sometimes include using masks to transform into an array of different races.


Transforming MasksEdit

  • Deku Mask
  • Goron Mask
  • Zora Mask
  • Giant's Mask
  • Fierce Deity Mask

Normal MasksEdit

  • All-Night Mask
  • Blast Mask
  • Bremen Mask
  • Bunny Hood
  • Captain's Hat
  • Circus Leader's Mask
  • Couple's Mask
  • Dan Gero's Mask
  • Garo's Mask
  • Gibdo Mask
  • Great Fairy Mask
  • Kafei's Mask
  • Kamaro's Mask
  • Keaton Mask
  • Mask of Scents
  • Mask of Truth
  • Moon's Mask
  • Postman's Hat
  • Romani's Mask
  • Stone Mask
  • Sun's Mask


Link has the Ocarina of Time in Majora's Mask, but he can also have pipes, drums, or a guitar, depending on what form he is in.

  • Song of Time
  • Song of Double Time
  • Inverted Song of Time
  • Song of Healing
  • Epona's Song
  • Song of Storms
  • Song of Soaring
  • Elegy of Emptiness
  • Oath to Order
  • Ballad of the Wind Fish - In the Milk Bar
  • Melody of Darkness - Played by Sharp
  • Farewell to Gibdos - Musical House
  • Jam Session - Evan
  • Sonata of Awakening - Pipes
  • Goron Lullaby - Drums
  • New Wave Bossa Nova - Guitar

Story Edit

As the sequel to Ocarina of Time, Link is searching for Navi in the forest; however, all he finds is trouble. He loses his horse to Skull Kid and is tranformed into a Deku Scrub. As you continue through the game, you find the Happy Mask Salesman. He wants you to get Majora's Mask back from the Skull Kid. While Link is trying to help the salesman, he is more concerned about the moon and awakening the four giants who are the only ones who can save Termina from the moon. Link has to awaken them and stop the moon and Skull Kid!

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