Important Quotations Explained 1 He felt that in this crisis his laws of life were useless.
Prior to the events of the game, the evil Ganon stole the Triforce of Power and captured Princess Zeldawho split the Triforce of Wisdom into eight Shards and hid them in the dungeons of Hyrule.
Link fights his way through the eight dungeons to recover the pieces of the Triforce of Wisdom. When this has been done, he must battle his way through Ganon's stronghold to defeat him and recover the Triforce of Power, as well as rescue Princess Zelda.
Shigeru Miyamoto stated in an interview that the pieces of the pieces of the Triforce of Wisdom were originally planned to be electronic chips,  and that they were necessary for traveling between the past and future.
In order to safeguard the third part of the Triforce, the King of Hyrule placed it in the Great Palace, where it could only be obtained by one who could fight his way through six other palaces to break the magical seal left by the king.
In addition, his heir found himself unable to obtain all of the Triforce elements, and interrogated his sister, Zelda, on the location of the Triforce of Courage before a Magician cursed her into an eternal sleep.
Guarded by the elderly Triforce Keeperthe Triforce could only be recovered by a hero capable of defeating not only the soldiers and monsters set to guard the Great Palace, but also their own shadow.
Link overcomes these obstacles to complete the Triforce, and uses the power of the united relic to wake the slumbering Princess Zelda. According to the Hyrule Historia, the reason why the Triforce was utilized by a king prior to his death was because it was relocated from the Sacred Realm to Hyrule after the events of A Link to the Past, where it was utilized by the various monarchs in Hyrule to maintain peace and stability up to the tragedy of Zelda.
The same source also implies that the Magician who cursed her to sleep was either an agent of Ganon or even Ganon himself in an alter ego. Bestowed upon Hyrule at the moment of their departure, it lay hidden in the fabled Golden Land until the evil thief Ganondorf and his minions broke the seal and entered the hidden land.
Upon murdering his companions and claiming the Triforce for his own, Ganon used its power to turn the Golden Land into the Dark World.
Within the Dark World, the Triforce has the power to change the shape of anyone who enters from the outside into something that reflects his or her nature.
Later in the game, the innocent and pure Link is changed into a pink rabbit.
Raising an army of monsters to assault the land of Hyrule, Ganon is nearly successful in spreading his evil over all the land. Still in possession of the Triforce, Ganon used the body of Agahnim to crack the seal between worlds by teleporting the Seven Maidensdescendants of the Wise Men, one by one into the Dark World, sealing them in crystals and creating a portal between the worlds.
He eventually defeats Agahnim once more, and ultimately, Ganon is defeated as well. Instructed by the Triforce to take it with a wish in his heart, Link uses its power to cleanse the evil that had been done by Ganon; healing those who had been wounded by his evil, restoring the Dark World to the Golden Land, and restoring peace to Hyrule.
According to the Hyrule Historia, the Triforce, after Link used it to wish for the evil Ganon caused to be undone, was relocated into Hyrule from the Golden Realm, where it would frequently be used by various monarchs in Hyrule until the tragedy of Zelda.
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time The true nature of the Triforce is explained for the first time in minute detail. Unfortunately, one man succeeded in doing so; an evil man by the name of Ganondorf, the Gerudo king from the desert in the west of Hyrule. Using the young boy Link, he was able to enter the Sacred Realm.
Once Link opened the portal by releasing the Master Sword from the Pedestal of Time, Ganondorf was able to seize the opportunity and made his wish to the Triforce.
However, there was another tale told about the Triforce, one that stated that if a person whose power, wisdom, and courage were not in perfect harmony were to lay his hands on it, the Triforce would shatter into its three separate pieces. This person would keep the piece of the Triforce that represents their most developed quality, and the other two pieces would seek out a hiding place in the bodies of those chosen by destiny.
When Ganondorf laid his hand upon the Triforce this prophecy came true, and the Triforce shattered, sending the three pieces, the Triforces of Power, Wisdom, and Courage, into the bodies of Ganondorf, Princess Zelda, and Link, respectively.
Zelda also implies that even possessing and misusing a shard of the Triforce, especially when the user possessed a corrupt mind, can have fatal consequences, as when pitying Ganondorf when he apparently died, she mentioned that he "could not control the power of the gods" due to his lacking a strong, righteous mind before being interrupted by the impending collapse of his tower.
The Triforce in this game appears as a decorative element on a variety of objects such as pictures, clothing, shields and saddles.Explanation of the famous quotes in The Red Badge of Courage, including all important speeches, comments, quotations, and monologues.
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