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u/kazoodac · 17 pointsr/zelda

Here's the breakdown as I see it:

Barring getting a blacksmith to make you you the real deal for thousands and thousands of dollars, the best you could do would be to buy this guy's handmade replicas: He doesn't always have ebay auctions up though, and some times his work will turn up for sale elsewhere.

EDIT: Aaron of Fiberglass Blades is stopping production so that he can move on to bigger and better things. There will be a few auctions for what remains of his inventory this year, but don't expect to pay less than $1000 a piece for each item.

If you are looking for the cheaper mass produced kinds, there are still several to pick from, and even then you need to decide if what you want is more for display or if you actually intend to carry it. None of these are combat safe in any way, but some still are better than others.

A disclaimer about these links: all of these can be found from multiple sellers at multiple prices, so do your shopping! I'm using amazon for picture purposes.

The best one for display in my opinion is this one here. The hilt and blade look fantastic, and it comes with a plaque. It is not good for swinging though; it is very heavy and is most likely not full tang, aka the blade does not continue into the hilt. That said, it is a beautiful piece for the price, and I have one on my wall. It seems to be based off of a mixture of the Link to the Past and Twilight Princess Master Sword designs, as it has barbs, but is not blue in color. There are newer versions of this same sword modeled after the blue master sword and a Dark Link Variant, but I avoided the former because I don't like how the entire handle is one shade of blue. That's your call.

Next up is this one, which is probably the most common. The blade is long, but does not have that awesome shape that the above one does. In my opinion, it does not look as much like the master sword as it ought. The upside to this though it that the sheathe is the best one going in terms of mass produced pieces. I am cosplaying as link at Otakon this weekend, and will be using the sheathe from this sword, attached to this belt that was basically made for this model.

The sword I will be using is this one. I know what you are thinking. Foam? Really? Yes. This is a relatively new product and is of far better quality than I could have expected or even hoped for. It is cosplay safe, light, and the best shape/size/detail/quality replica I have found for the price. if you plan on carrying one without getting arrested, this is the one.

There is another master sword replica out there that you need should watch out for. this one looks very similar to the second one above, but you will notice the blade looks mildly different in the photos. In truth, this one is far smaller than the above one, and is also sharp as hell. Can not recommend. Check the details like blade length and width before buying.

As for the shields, there are thankfully fewer options. As mentioned above, Fiberglassblades makes an amazing one, but it's super expensive. I'd like to own his shield and sword one day, but it will not be anytime soon.

Your mass produced choices as far as I can see are this one or this one

I have the first one, and it is a decent replica for the price. It is set to be held in your left hand, though you can remove the handle, so I expect you could modify it for more accurate use. It is also ready to be hung on a wall, and looks quite nice while doing so. Older models are more flat, while newer models are more curved like traditional shields (unless mine is just warped.) The Downsides are that the strap and handle are rather flimsy. I have reinforced the one I'm using this weekend by making my own leather strap and super gluing the handle in place. This will sadly prevent me from using this shield as a display, but I have an older model for that.

As for the second one, it looks to be a newer version of an earlier and different model. I don't have experience with it, but from what I can tell it seems to be a high quality replica. That said, the model I believe it is based on was not able to be hung on a wall, had the triforce crooked, had the bird painted on and not embossed, and could only be used in your right hand. Perhaps this is why they are pushing this new version. If you get this one, please let me know how it is, because I must say it looks good from the photos.

EDIT: Another user has reported to me that this model still has the issues I had with the earlier version. Neither the Crimson Loftwing nor the Triforce are guaranteed to be accurately placed. This may vary from shield to shield, so buyer beware.

PHEW! Hope that helps!

u/[deleted] · 15 pointsr/zelda

I really don't think that Ocarina's 'biggest' fans underrate it. Anyways, here let me pick apart this article I disagree with:

>Ocarina doesn’t need perfect controls or intense boss fights to be fantastic.

I'd say most gamers would call bullshit on this.

>the way Link smiles when he learns a new song

No he actually looks quite disgusted.

>Minor characters like Grog are completely fascinating, and the game’s world feels fleshed out and real.

I would totally argue against this. Ocarina had a couple of neat npc's which attention to detail but attention to detail throughout the whole game was pretty inconsistent and Grog wasn't nearly that facsinating as he doesn't do much. Every other game after Ocarina, ESPECIALLY Majora's Mask, The Wind Waker, and Skyward Sword had significantly more interesting npc's and a real fleshed out world. Ocarina's world does not feel 'real' to me.

>Spectacular games are allowed to be flawed.

"The game can have lots of flaws and be poorly designed in many ares (As mentioned before in the article itself!) but when I have rose-colored nostalgia glasses on, the game is simply spectacular)

>Yes, Ocarina‘s Z-targeting sometimes sucked, and yes, its puzzles weren’t as good as they could have been. That doesn’t mean the game wasn’t fantastic

Okay so this is just terrible writing. You never argue against your own point. And the only puzzles in Ocarina that weren't totally mind-numbing to anyone above the age of 8 had solutions that no one would think of, and are frustrating to play through.

>Some games have no room for missteps, but Ocarina of Time isn’t one of them.

I'm noticing a theme here, which is "Ocarina of Time has a bunch of big flaws but the game is better than all the others anyways". I don't think the writer is holding other games to the same standard as Ocarina of Time, because the games that have no room for missteps should be the spectacular fantastic timeless masterpieces. By saying otherwise, the writer is essentially saying that if a game is popular it doesn't have to be as good as or worked on as hard as games that are less popular.

>When I think about my time with Ocarina, I don’t think about the frustrations of the Water Temple. I think about dancing Gorons and riding Epona for the very first time.

"When I think about Ocarina, I deny that poorly designed parts of it even exist (unless I'm writing an article about the poorly designed points and why that means it's a great game) and replace it with nostalgia."

>If you truly appreciate Ocarina, you have to accept that the game can afford a few flaws.

This is another big no-no in writing. It's like when a manipulative girlfriend says something like, "If you really love me then you'll buy me really expensive things". No, I can appreciate Ocarina, accepting the game's flaws, and still acknowledging that it wasn't as perfect as most people generally make it out to be.

All in all, this article is complete shit. It's victim to bad writing, extreme opinionization even with the nature of the topic, and false logic. I will point out here that I love Ocarina of Time. It has a special place in my heart and I think the game is fantastic and innovative and when I think about parts of it or play through it again memories and nostalgia flood through me, but I think that letting a high personal opinion of the game stop you from being able to judge the game for what it is, or even view the game objectively.

u/maros128 · 1 pointr/zelda

Honestly, I think I just got screwed by a lazy chat rep.


12:44 AM PST Rabi(Amazon): Hello Maros128 , my name is Rabi. I'm here to help you today.

12:45 AM PST Maros128: Hi

12:45 AM PST Rabi: May I know the item you like to purchase?

12:45 AM PST Maros128:

12:47 AM PST Rabi: Are you referring that the link you provided and the item in your order are different?

12:48 AM PST Maros128: Yes
I went to that link and selected pre-order and purchased the item but my order is showing for a seperate version

12:49 AM PST Maros128:
This is the item I ended up with

12:50 AM PST Maros128: ORDER # [redacted]

12:50 AM PST Rabi: Okay, I can understand.

12:50 AM PST Maros128: I specifically clicked on the master edition link. And I have been waiting to purchase the item so I didn't lose out to scalpers so this has me a little upset

12:51 AM PST Rabi: In this case, you need to get Wild Master and when you purchase it is Wild Special .
Am I right?
12:51 AM PST Maros128: yes

12:53 AM PST Rabi: For your information, Wild master not yet opened for Pre-order and It seems that order was placed to wild special edition, In this case shall U cancel the order and email you once the wild master edition comes for pre-order?

*For your information, Wild master not yet opened for Pre-order and It seems that order was placed to wild special edition, In this case shall I cancel the order and email you once the wild master edition comes for pre-order?
12:55 AM PST Maros128: Is there a time for when it does go available? Because I don't want to end up missing out because i'm waiting for a delayed email and then it selling out

12:56 AM PST Rabi: No worries, I've created follow up personally and email you once the item is ready for pre-order and so you can access the item for per-order and place the order for the right item?>

12:57 AM PST Maros128: But will that guarantee me the item? Because I am in a lot of pain as I had oral surgery done yesterday afternoon and it's quite taxing for me to remain awake to make sure that I can get this.

12:58 AM PST Rabi: Sure, you'll get this item for sure, Louie.

12:59 AM PST Maros128: I Thought I had already purchased it since when i had refreshed at one point i was given the option to pre-order. and when I pressed the backwards navigation I received the notification "Important messages about items in your Cart:
We're sorry. The item The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Master Edition - Switch is no longer available from the seller you selected. To see if it's available from another seller, click here to return to the item's product detail page."

01:01 AM PST Rabi: I can understand, so once the item is available (Wild Master) I'll send you a confirmation email and your welcome to place a new order.

01:01 AM PST Maros128: thank you

01:01 AM PST Rabi: If you prefer I can help you in cancelling this order,Louie.

01:02 AM PST Maros128: I would actually prefer to cancel this order after I have for sure received confirmation that I have purchased the Master Edition of the game.

01:02 AM PST Rabi: Okay.

01:03 AM PST Rabi: It would be my utmost pleasure if there is anything else I can do for you today?

01:04 AM PST Maros128: As long as i have your assurance that will be all. Thank you so much for all of you help

01:04 AM PST Rabi: You’re very welcome.
Thank you for the patience and understanding.

01:05 AM PST Rabi: Louie, it was nice chatting with you, please click on the "End chat" button at the upper right corner of this window.

Thank you.

u/QuaereVerumm · 2 pointsr/zelda

Well, it looks like the Link on the mug is also in the style of Wind Waker's Link, so I still vote for that if it came down to these two options :)

You could get her an ocarina. Or you could pre-order Hyrule Historia. It won't come out until January, but it should be a great gift for any fan--it's a book with art and trivia about Zelda. Or perhaps a Zelda T-shirt. There's also this shirt with hearts. I personally love this shirt as well.

Or you could get Zelda-themed jewelry or a tote bag. Here's one bag, and here are some Triforce earrings.

Hope that helps!

u/TypicalTyrian · 2 pointsr/zelda

I highly recommend you play the original ocarina of time(n64 edition). Something about playing it with the n64 controller just makes the experience awesome(you can get usb n64 controllers on amazon for like $20). It is regarded by many(including me) as the best game in the series. The rest of the series is also fantastic and I recommend you check out as many LoZ titles as you can.

Edit: He is the controller I was talking about:

I highly recommend it. I use mine all the time and it really brings back the nostalgia of the n64 days.

u/GabeDeGrasseDawkins · 7 pointsr/zelda

Instead of opining on which version of TP is best, how about I give you what I feel are the strengths of the GCN and the Wii versions and from this information you can make an educated choice as to which better suits you?


  • There's a Web site called GameRankings, which averages review scores and is respected as an authority by Guinness World Records. On this site, the GCN edition is more highly rated than the Wii edition; the former has a rating of 96 while the latter has a rating of 94.58. The critical hivemind thus considers GCN TP to be slightly better than Wii TP.

  • The sword controls are more solid and less gimmicky. I had more fun with swordplay in the GCN TP than I did in any other Zelda game. On the Wii, to swing the sword you swing the Wiimote. In my view this did not feel intuitive but shoehorned, and it sometimes did not work when executing the Hidden Skills.

  • Hyrule is properly oriented. To make Link right-handed, the Wii version flips the whole world of Hyrule on the x axis. I disagree with this for two reasons. First, the locations of Hyrulean places are inconsistent with their locations in other Zelda games. Second, this introduces a number of unresolved curiosities, such as the one where the sun rises in the west and sets in the east (?!).

  • The game can be completed more quickly by speedrunners. This probably doesn't matter unless you are a speedrunner or intend to speedrun the game sometime in the future.

  • There's modware called Action Replay (AR), which changes game offsets and is marketed as a cheat device. As the GCN AR has been around the longest, the AR community has discovered more codes for the GCN TP.

  • The GCN TP does not have the Shad glitch. Essentially, if you save and quit in a specific area of the Wii TP, a character named Shad disappears. Because talking to Shad is necessary to advance the plot, it becomes impossible to advance your file without special external fixes.

  • The player has more control over the camera. This can be a blessing if you're big on exploration, a quality for which the Zelda series is known.



  • The Wii TP can render in the 16:9 aspect ratio. This makes for a better picture on a standard HDTV.

  • You have two additional item buttons. On the GCN edition, items are assigned to the bean-shaped X and Y buttons and the sword is mapped to B. On the Wii edition, items are assigned to three of the four cardinal directions on the directional pad. The Wii TP maps the sword to the motions of the Wiimote, which further frees up B. With more item buttons you can do more actions in less time.

  • There are items and parts of the game which require you to aim. Not only are the controls for these parts better on the Wii version, but for some of them you can move while aiming. This isn't possible on GCN.

  • The Wii TP is cheaper. On Amazon, the GCN TP sells at a price over 3× that of the Wii TP.


    In addition to this, there are minor differences that are neither good nor bad. For example, the Wii version features a fairy that functions as a targeting reticule. I won't bother to comprehensively list these.

    Hopefully you'll find this list to be of use.
u/Konman72 · 2 pointsr/zelda

My wife got that sword for me for Christmas off of Amazon. Mine didn't come with the hooks to hold it for some reason but we managed to get it attached. It is definitely very nice, I'm not normally a sword collector but this was amazing and looks great in our house. If you have the cash I recommend buying it.

EDIT: Link to Amazon, maybe they are cheaper:

u/NickyXIII · 3 pointsr/zelda

I recently bought the box set of the Manga. I've only read the two Ocarina of Time books, but he isn't a snarky wiseguy in those. Far from it, in fact. There are moments where he has a playful rivalry with Mido, but that is as close as it gets.

Edit: Also, if you like retellings with differences in plot points (mainly, if you can divorce yourself from the original) and you enjoy manga, I would recommend picking them up. I'm not a huge manga person and I'm sure that there are better manga out there, but I enjoyed the ones I have read so far.

An example of needing to divorce yourself: Volvagia is purchased by Link as a child in Hyrule Market, and subsequently set free. Link then has to make the tough choice to kill Volvagia in the fire temple because he has been cursed

u/TychoRC · 2 pointsr/zelda

It’s a not a bad price, but not actually an amazing one. Luckily, he’s had a few rereleases, and that helps keep his price down. Still well worth the $32 in my opinion both as a figure collector and a Zelda fan. The website you linked is one I’ve never heard of, and nothing about it is throwing up red flags that make me think it’s a Chinese knockoff, but since Amazon has him for the same price, it might be a better idea to just grab him there. Just food for thought!

u/Evadrepus · 1 pointr/zelda

If you're still looking, this is the one I got for Christmas. I picked it out after spending some time looking for an inexpensive one. I'm pretty satisfied with it. Like the reviews state, the painting on the gem is more than a little sloppy. I will be doing a minor repaint on it but otherwise I'm very pleased with it. It's huge, heavy, and looks great (aside from the slightly sloppy painting). The enamel gold paint cost me $10, which still makes this very economical.

u/802dot11_Gangsta · 1 pointr/zelda

I'm absolutely with you on the emulation aspect. Nostalgia-goggles are really the only reason you'd want to play it at a lower fidelity.

Having one of these helps too -

I say this as having bought it the day it came out for the 3DS, and would suggest like someone has already mentioned that if you're going to play it on a 3DS (The 3D aspect isn't distracting and the graphics have been improved somewhat) that you definitely play it on the XL. If you have a 3DS, and want to play it on the go, it's great... but whether it's 40$ great when you can emulate it just fine is a question you'll have to answer yourself.

u/monkerbus · 1 pointr/zelda

Looks like they touched up this. Pretty cheap and awesome replica. Best one I've ever seen that you can easily buy.

u/Binary_Omlet · 1 pointr/zelda

RIGHT. I had to order an adaptor just so I could use my Wiimote with my PC. Would have loved to just my Xbone controller like I can do for the gamecube titles. Luckily the adaptor is literally perfect without lag, so in the long run it was worth it.

u/TheNormalMan · 1 pointr/zelda

These are great! For those that want a physical copy, Amazon has a really cheap official box set of the ones by Akira Himekawa. From what I remember, it is a pretty good translation. :)

u/Veetor · 1 pointr/zelda

Haha, awesome.

I'm very jealous of you playing The Wind Waker, I'd love to play through it again right now, but I'm desperately trying to hold off playing it until the HD release comes in October. Just two months and a bit to gooooo. I can't blimming wait, if you'll excuse my French.

Sounds sad to say, but I've not been into the handheld console lark for a while now, and I'm not sure how comfortable I am walking about London with that kind of kit on display. :P I am tempted though, Nintendo know how to make good handheld games.

The video cable? What do you mean by that? Like the top screen detached or something? That's what happened to mine when it was dropped. But the screen still works, barely- it's just very loose.

Ah man, I'm using the word jealous a lot here. But I'm very jealous that you've got the Collector's Edition on the Gamecube. I'd love that. I suppose they're not that expensive so maybe I'm just being a cheapskate.

Something I'm really considering picking up is the 'The Legend of Zelda: Hyrule Historia'. It makes me fuzzy just thinking about it, and I've heard great things. The last time I looked it was £16 and it's now £21, so I might be better off getting it now rather than later. It would be a perfect Christmas present from someone though, so I'll wait and see, perhaps regrettably. Or maybe I won't, depends how much I'm craving some LoZ next time I think about it.


u/Asiavision · 2 pointsr/zelda

To better understand the timeline and the general universe of LoZ I definitely recommend picking up the Hyrule Historia. Its a compilation book done after Skyward Sword and it depicts the original timeline and how it works within each game so far. It even touches on the Hero's Shade in Twilight's Princess. I really love the book and it's so well put together. I have beside me, so if there is any specific questions I can try to answer them that haven't already been touched on so far.

Edit: I forgot to provide a link to the book.

u/DontWorryAboutIt00 · 7 pointsr/zelda

Thanks. I got the original on Amazon: So I got it and I got a Purple glitter Spray paint, a green paint pen, some gold paint and some silver paint. I just covered the top of the blade in tape so it doesnt get painted, and I spray painted the whole top with the purple paint. I waited for it to dry and then used the paint pen to do the lacing around the handle and used the gold and silver with a small brush to get those other spots. Was pretty easy overall

u/DrFisharoo · 3 pointsr/zelda

Tablets can just use an app. On computer, there are plenty of N64 emulators(I prefer Project64) that are as difficult as installing anything else on your computer(download installer, open, click next a few times, done). Also on computer you can use a Xbox 360 controller(need an adapter, but its not that much money and its really a great thing to have if you're a gamer in general for things like steam), PS3(with some drivers, kinda a pain), I think Ps4/XBone(either now or eventually) or you can buy a N64 controller that plugs in with USB for like $15.

u/Leibz · 3 pointsr/zelda

I believe that one is:

It looks really nice, but I'm not sure if I could shell out 85 dollars on an ocarina. I'm pretty satisfied playing them on my flute though.

u/Scruffaduff · 4 pointsr/zelda

It's the map that comes in the Creating a Champion Hero's Edition. It's amazing!

u/downforce · 24 pointsr/zelda
u/Joshers744 · 1 pointr/zelda

Well, it's not a custom idea, but this is a really cool Zelda puzzle I just bought the other day :

That being said, maybe consider doing one of the maps of Hyrule from your favorite Zelda, or whatever land the game you choose takes place in.

u/marewinds · 3 pointsr/zelda

I'm not sure how far out you're willing to go, but I'd bet she'd love the bundle:

[EDIT: More ideas]

Does she play a musical instrument? How about an ocarina with a Zelda music booklet?

Also found a few neat results for "navi necklace zelda" on Google images.

u/trumpetman · 1 pointr/zelda

There's a huge map of Hyrule in the Hero's Edition of the book Creating a Champion.

u/powerlinestandingout · 4 pointsr/zelda

Look on Etsy lots of custom made stuff. Hyrule Hystoria is a pretty good book for any fan.

u/blackmoon918 · 2 pointsr/zelda

If it's the manga you're looking for,

If it's the original Legend of Zelda comic you're looking for (based on the first two games), they've been out of print since 1993. (I'm guessing this may be the one you're looking for based on the number of volumes that were released). eBay and similar sites would be the best way of collecting them.

u/jamaal17 · 1 pointr/zelda

You can always buy one of these if you want to use the original controller. I picked one up on craigslist for 5 bucks. Great decision.

u/tunzor · 1 pointr/zelda

If you have the original N64 controllers, something like this should suffice.
N64 USB Adapter

I have one and it seems to do the job nicely.

u/sclark89 · 2 pointsr/zelda

I bought this one. I think it looks pretty good. The hilt is a bit too blue, I think, and lacking some of the finer details. I intend on eventually painting it to look authentic. It's hanging on my wall right now. I wouldn't ever buy this one with the intention of using it as a real sword though as the hilt is just a metal casing snapped around it fairly insecurely.

I'm still in the market for a good Hylian shield replica that doesn't have a bird with two tails.

u/logiman · 2 pointsr/zelda

Congratulations. You are a huge nerd. But seriously, nice job collecting all this. Are you picking up the Link figma?

u/Pilcrow182 · 2 pointsr/zelda

Yep, it was developed for GameCube. The Wii version was basically just a port that added motion controls (and mirrored the visuals/controls from left to right, since Link was originally left-handed; there are more right-handed people in the world, so swinging the sword using the new motion control system would be awkward if Link wasn't also right-handed. I wish it was a setting you could change though, as I am left-handed)...

Anyways, the GameCube version was generally considered the 'definitive' version (until the HD remake), as the game was originally not meant to have motion controls; they feel a bit shoehorned into the Wii version, so playing with a GameCube controller is more natural. It was also a pretty rare game compared to the Wii version, though, so a used copy often goes for around $40 (USD).

u/Bob-B1 · 3 pointsr/zelda

Hyrule Historia. Great book for reasonably cheap, a real collectors item and essential to understanding Zelda timelines, previous games and lore.

Hyrule Historia Amazon Link

u/xXFatesXx · 4 pointsr/zelda

I'm the same way with A Link to the Past. I recommend this. Every Zelda fan should have it. Worth EVERY penny.

u/Senorginger64 · 2 pointsr/zelda

Because of the way the the sword is designed there is a slim to none chance that you will find a full tang because the handle is so slim compared to the blade. the best one I could find was at amazon
one guy makes his own out of Fiber glass I believe and they're really well done but over the top expensive

u/72_Hours_Remain · 1 pointr/zelda

I have a 12 hole, it is amazing. I've been working on the Clocktown theme.
[Pic] ( I got it off Amazon for $85. here is the link [Amazon] (

u/vjsb · 2 pointsr/zelda

Good Smile The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword Link Figma Action Figure

u/Rynelan · 6 pointsr/zelda

Think I found it.

I'll wait with the order, there is a big chance that that friend of mine bought me a few :P

u/mnkyman · 2 pointsr/zelda

I bought an N64-to-USB adapter found here. It works perfectly with project 64.

u/WailingHost · 1 pointr/zelda

Check out the Amazon link. FWIW, these are all people using "Fulfilled by Amazon" and almost all of them selling the "World Edition".

u/redshirt55 · 3 pointsr/zelda

This one is really awesome. It's a perfect match for the Twilight Princess master sword, but for some reason the hilt is black with a red gem instead of blue with gold. (I think it's supposed to be Shadow Link's or something). I remember seeing a blue version once, but I can't find it.

u/mishugashu · 2 pointsr/zelda

Amazon has it in stock. 5 used from $24.99; brand new $42.95 + free shipping.

u/Grant638 · 1 pointr/zelda

I think they may be one of a kind, sorry pal. Amazon has some really nice ones though, specifically this one.

u/darthbane87 · 1 pointr/zelda


The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Master Edition - Switch

u/Thanatos- · 2 pointsr/zelda

You will need Motion+ to play the game so you will need an adapter or even better a Wiimote with Motion+ built in, you will also need a nunchuck. Most importantly you will need Bluetooth to connect to the controller, and a sensor bar. I recommend the Mayflash DolphinBar it combines both bluetooth and a sensor bar in one and it lets you effortlessly connect your wiimotes to your computer. I always had issues using regular bluetooth with it disconnecting, having the wrong software, etc, but with the DolphinBar ive never had an issue after roughly 20-30 hours playtime.

u/FakeDjinn · 4 pointsr/zelda

You mean this? The GBP price is a bit higher (thanks, brexit voters!) but that's still not a bad deal!

u/1Avion1 · 1 pointr/zelda

That's a different ocarina. This is the one I bought, and it got good reviews.

u/awchern · 1 pointr/zelda

According to Amazon...upwards $100. Same for eBay prices.

I got lucky with a game store near where I live. Managed to get it for $45.

u/RandomPhil86 · 4 pointsr/zelda


Spanish ? Does that help ..

u/zmilts · 1 pointr/zelda

FYI, Amazon has it available for pre-order now.

u/TheManchesterAvenger · 1 pointr/zelda

It was on there yesterday for £5.99. Looks like the seller that had it removed it. Here's the disabled listing:

u/wahirsch · 1 pointr/zelda

You sure can. This link is only to show you the product itself - FIGMA Link. There are cheaper places to find him (by a lot).

u/Paradox1028 · 5 pointsr/zelda

Hyrule Historia contains the timelines as well as a lot of things from Zelda lore. Here's a link.

u/TanBurn · 1 pointr/zelda

i know exactly how you feel, buy your self this and dream of being link every night.

u/dat_face · 2 pointsr/zelda

I'm surprised you don't have the Manga comics...

u/Mowseler · 1 pointr/zelda

It's up on Amazon! HERE (The listing says Wii U, but just double checked the order and it says Switch).

u/neolfex · 1 pointr/zelda

If you live in the US you can buy the UK Limited Edition from the AMAZON UK store. It cost me $115 with tax and shipping. It comes with the mastersword statue:

u/DrinkingAndDeriving · 3 pointsr/zelda

It's worth noting too that this is the official timeline, found in the Hyrule Historia, not a fan interpretation.

u/Kafke · 0 pointsr/zelda


Edit: cleaned up the link.

u/mak9377 · 3 pointsr/zelda

They are from :P Here is a link(no pun intended) for you.

u/MrBison123 · 1 pointr/zelda

Hyrule Historia or the Manga boxset?
I own both, they are really well-written.

u/glupingane · 3 pointsr/zelda

Here. Took me a while 8 seconds to find that.

u/gdchrlt77 · 2 pointsr/zelda

Nope, here's the cheapest copy available.

The one with the golden wii mote is over $200 already

I just don't understand why it's so expensive already. It seems really early for it to be collectible.

u/cloggedDrain · 1 pointr/zelda

It is starting to become rare. Used copies are selling for higher than retail. it is still on amazon though.

u/JWylie15 · 2 pointsr/zelda

Need to know this as well. And did you paint the sword hilt? Because the one that I've seen that looks similar is grey.

u/TheNorn · 4 pointsr/zelda

[here you go man!] (
$44.95 and it comes with a plaque, AND it's prime!!!

u/Forgd · 1 pointr/zelda

This was the one I bought.

u/lostmau5 · 2 pointsr/zelda

If you can afford it, get the MayFlash Dolphin.

It comes with a disk containing appropriate drivers, and is less of an overall headache.

u/SethThaDino · 2 pointsr/zelda

It's a Nendoroid figure. You can get one here.

u/toadsanchez420 · 1 pointr/zelda

Edit: For the downvoter, I linked it because the pictures show what it's for.

u/aeiron · 3 pointsr/zelda

It's up for preorder on Amazon

u/FreshBert · 1 pointr/zelda

Amazon Link to Wii U Version

As of posting, you can only sign up to be notified of when you can preorder.

u/DaKong · 1 pointr/zelda

Not sure where you're from, but it's still on sale at Amazon.

u/Nolon · 1 pointr/zelda

If you get a controller get the Wavebird. I'm unsure as far as what game would work, but I know sometimes games have those regional locks on them.

Amazon Around 30 in U.S. money.

u/CorvosKK · 2 pointsr/zelda

Actually yes it is. I'm not sure if this Amazon link will work or not, but Amazon lists different variations under the same product. All you have to do is click the limited edition one to get the pricing for that version.

u/the_hmm · 1 pointr/zelda

Strange, I got this email today:

We're sorry for the delay in shipping the order you placed on October 08, 2011. We have good news -- the order is now being shipped! You will receive a shipping confirmation with an updated delivery estimate within the next business day, for the following item(s):

"The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword Gold Remote Bundle"

u/Geroots · 2 pointsr/zelda

Here for the low price of $127.00

u/troncatsandwiches · 1 pointr/zelda

You're not going to find it online for around $20. Especially in Canada. Lowest price on Amazon is $58.00 + $4.99 Shipping

u/KingdaToro · 1 pointr/zelda

It's a USB sensor bar with a built-in bluetooth adapter made specifically for pairing wiimotes. If you're going to keep it plugged in, make sure to update it to the latest firmware so the infrared LEDs will turn off when there isn't a wiimote connected. Otherwise, they'll fail after a few months of being on all the time.

u/kuniggety · 1 pointr/zelda

No problem. There's actually a couple of different timelines that have presented themselves through the games. Hyrule Historia breaks it all down but it's really unnecessary... each of the games stand on their own with their own unique story.

u/LetsJerkCircular · 2 pointsr/zelda

Damn. Majora's Mask is still $40.

$55/2 $27.50 per shipping...


u/NewKasuto · 1 pointr/zelda

I have one of the Limited Edition Arts and Artifacts it has Goddess Collection.

I checked Amazon's page for the Hyrule Historia. It doesn't have the Goddess Collection written on the picture for their Hyrule Historia. Go check the 2 picture of the back cover it is missing the Goddess Collection text.

u/reddittailedhawk · 1 pointr/zelda

You think this one was bad? Try the map puzzle.

u/Icantbackflip · 1 pointr/zelda

Actually, still no good sadly.

I've read reviews of all of those Master Swords listed on other sites, and plenty of them seem to have something wrong with them when delivered. I normally wouldn't have any problems with that as it's like ~£60, but those sellers look shifty. So, it's a no-go sadly.

I tried Amazon and Ebay, and ones like the one below don't even sell to the UK:

How the hell do people even get this stuff in the UK? This is ridiculous, there's like nothing out here for us lol.