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Changed 'linx' of the name explanation to 'links' and added dutch to the languages, I'm dutch, and understand some good german, and I was somewhat astonished at finding this strange word as told to be in our language....

Link actually has many Indo-European roots, but no one single root should be mentioned, because there is not one single root.

FATAL ERROR!

when I went to the article, it just gave me a page: Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 31457280 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 9600 bytes) in /home/zeldaw/public_html/includes/media/Bitmap.php on line 165

is the article destroyed?

No, the article is fine, it's just an error with one of the images. Quite simply, this image Image:Linkbrawl.jpg is extremely large, and thus has been resized within the page to 400 pixels width. It seems that the current image software on the new server we have moved to is unable to render this correctly, hence generating the error you see. The same thing is happening on Jason's page, where he has a high res photo. This image software is causing a number of other problems, such as being unable to render transparent PNG (again related to resize). Jason is aware and is working on a fix. In the meantime, I've reverted the page to Revision as of 23:55, 29 March 2007, before that image was added. Unfortunately this is the only way I can get the page to display, as any attempt to edit a later revision to remove the offending image simply gives another error! I've also protected the page, since there is no point in editing a 6 month old version, but at least it can be viewed now! --Adam 02:22, 12 September 2007 (EDT)

"Merged with Hero of Winds"?

Why would you merg Hero of Winds with Link? The Hero of the Winds isn't a real Link.

That is true -- he had to discover the triforce -- the symbol wasn't on his hand, so he isn't a descendant of Link. Whereas the Link in Twilight Princess starts of the game with the triforce symbol.

True that it is not a real decendet of Link that we know of but it is said that in the end of Ocarina of Time Ganondof says " I will reak revenge on your decendents" so I think that it is right for it to be put in with link

Went through and corrected some grammar mistakes.


NO. Do not merge it.


i think that they are differnt the hero of winds is the title bestowed on the person who controles the winds etc in that game and not like so i think the hero of winds subject is differnt to links just my view

Yes, but "Hero of Time" redirects to Link. Why shouldn't Hero of Winds do the same? --Jase 13:43, 20 April 2007 (PDT)


Absolutely true, this page should be incorporated as a section within Link. Adamcox82 13:59, 20 April 2007 (PDT)
I'll do the merger sometime today, then. --Jase 04:21, 21 April 2007 (PDT)



I think in the wind waker that zelda was his desendant while link just happened to be on an island probly with a group of fans that made every kid dress in green at the ceramony.


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Yeah, in the Wind waker it states before the game " it beacme customary to garb boys in green"

the Link in the wind waker has no connection whatever to the previos Link(s) or Zelda(s)

and if he didnt already have the triforce on his hand then he's not gonna be link's descendant is he? cos that wuda been passed down too. Think about it.

Why is it necessary for a descendant to have the triforce on his hand? If the triforce pieces were scattered, wouldn't it have been impossible for it to be on his hand at the same time? And when the pieces were collected, did it not appear on his hand? Therefore whether or not the triforce is on his hand does not make a descendant - blood lineage does. If any fool can up and find the triforce and have the mark appear on their hand, then every single Link could well be unrelated. However, we know that's not the case, and thus should be inclined to say that the Link in TWW is a direct descendant of the OoT Link. --Jase 18:00, 14 May 2007 (PDT)

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But in the game & the book if you flick through and look around AND on the internet or on any trusted zelda info source, It CLEARLY states that The hero of winds isn't a descendant of Link from OoT!!!

Link is mute?

Who went through the article and change it by putting Link is mute? That semmed wuite pointless to me.

Not to mention the fact that Link isn't mute. He has a large number of things that he says, from "Hyah!" to "Huh!" And everything in between