With dozens of titles and millions of copies sold, "The Legend of Zelda" is one of the most popular video games of all time. Channel your inner Link to see if you can master this quiz on "The Legend of Zelda" characters.
"The Legend of Zelda" debuted in the U.S. in 1987 after being released one year earlier in Japan.
Link is the hero and main character.
"The Legend of Zelda" was created for the Nintendo Entertainment System.
Hyrule is the fictional world in which "The Legend of Zelda" characters live.
Creators of the video game based the design of Link, with his hat and long ears, on Peter Pan.
Miyamoto is also the creator of many other video games, including "Donkey Kong," "Super Mario Bros.," "F-Zero" and "Star Fox."
The Triforce is a sacred relic.
The Triforce is a large triangle made of three smaller golden triangles.
"The Legend of Zelda" character Link appears in a green tunic and hat in the video game.
There are many incarnations of Zelda in the series.
Zelda Fitzgerald was an American writer and the wife of F. Scott Fitzgerald.
In most games, Princess Zelda has blonde hair.
In 1989, the first episode of the animated series "The Legend of Zelda" aired.
The comedian Robin Williams named his daughter Zelda.
Preston voiced Princess Zelda. Preston also played a role in a reprise of the movie "Carrie" in 2013.
"The Legend of Zelda" was canceled after its first season. The series' final episode aired on Dec. 1, 1989.
Ganon is also known as Ganondorf.
Ganon is known as the King of Evil. He is a powerful warlock.
Carlson is known for his voice work in shows like "Totally Spies!" and "X-Men."
Yuga is an evil wizard.
Potts plays the voice of Link.
Lorule is one of the main settings of "A Link Between Worlds."
Ganondorf is born into the Gerudo tribe of female thieves and witches.
Princess Hilda of Lorule is a darker version of Zelda.
Navi is a fairy.
Zant is also known as the Usurper King.
Tingle is featured in two of his own spinoff games.
Midna, aka the Twilight Princess, is a descendent of the Twili people.
The first five dungeons of the second quest in "The Legend of Zelda" spell out the word "Zelda."
Link's Shadow is later named Dark Link.