Zelda fans have been lucky enough to bear witness to even more official character artwork from Majora’s Mask 3D courtesy of The Legend of Zelda Facebook page. As with the previous artwork revelations, each character portrait is stunning and helps to build up even more hype for the release of Majora’s Mask 3D.
The first new image depicts Cremia and Romani of Romani Ranch. The two sisters run the ranch that supplies all of the milk to Clock Town’s Milk Bar and thus the rest of Termina. Each sister is shown with an item that is associated with their respective sidequests within the game. Cremia stands next to a large jar of milk and Romani is seen playfully holding her bow. The words “With every good deed, a child takes one step closer to adulthood” not only refers to Cremia’s gratefulness towards Link when he helps her safely deliver milk to Clock Town, but also to one of the main themes in Majora’s Mask.
Kaepora Gaebora, the wise owl, graces the second image with the quote “Whenever you play this song, we shall be reminded of our eternal friendship, which transcends both time and space!”. Our feathered friend is the one who teaches us the incredibly useful Song of Soaring and explains how to use the owl statues that are scattered across Termina. Although many of us may have groaned whenever we accidentally asked Kaepora Gaebora to repeat himself in Ocarina of Time, we surely appreciated his help in Majora’s Mask.
The third image is of everyone’s favorite fairy-stuck-in-a-35-year-old-man’s-body Tingle. This man of questionable sanity made his first appearance in the Zelda series in Majora’s Mask and has gained a cult following ever since. He aids players by selling maps of the different areas of Termina. He is not only a talented cartographer but also a budding “fairy”. Tingle’s magical catchphrase of “Tingle, Tingle! Kooloo-limpah!” are prominently displayed in his updated character art. As a friendly reminder, “These are the words that Tingle created himself. Don’t steal them!”. If you do, he’ll know. Trust me.
The final piece of art is that of the titular Majora’s Mask. As the main antagonist of the game, the jaw-dropping attributes in this new artwork are both well deserved and absolutely gorgeous. The mask seems to pop out of the image because of the bright colors and detailed texture. Tatl’s summary of Majora’s Mask enhances the artwork with the words “That mask… The Skull Kid uses the power of that mask to do those terrible things.”.
A wise person once said “good things come to those who wait.”. The beautiful images that Nintendo has revealed to celebrate the spring 2015 launch of Majora’s Mask 3D are helping to quell some of the restlessness that Zelda fans are feeling and are further evidence that more “good things” are yet to come!