If you want to dress up as the beloved hero of The Legend of Zelda franchise for Halloween this year, you’re in luck — kind of. Go shopping at the Spirit Halloween store, and you can dress up as the hero of Hyrule himself: Link. Sorry, that’s not his name; I meant to say, “Woodland Warrior”; otherwise known as “Elf Warrior” (wig not included).

The Elf Warrior Adult Mens Costume has a lovely description, which reads, “Tis said the little people rule the earth and perhaps it’s true – the elves shall rule on Halloween. Be one of the winners when you don this green and brown Elf Warrior adult mens costume and scout the party in search of spoils or trouble.” You can purchase this elvish look for $69.99 online. There’s also a deluxe version of this costume that is currently on sale, priced at $59.99.

There’s even a female costume for the ladies. It says, “Battle for the freedom of your people when you suit up in the Elf Warrior Princess Adult Women’s Costume. ” It’s not as extravagant as the men’s description, but at least you get to be princess. You can become a royal Woodland Warrior for $69.99, online only. There’s even a costume for the kids; one for older children, and an adorable one for younger children. Collect all these costumes, and you can assemble a whole family of Woodland Warriors for Halloween!

While these are just hilarious knock-offs of Link, the costumes are actually pretty nice. They may not be made to last and may cost more than they should, but they are great for those who don’t have the time or ability to make a good-looking Link costume.

The Spirit Halloween store has other costumes available for knock-off Nintendo characters, such as “Courageous Maria”, “Fearless Louisa”, and the “Sidekick Bros”; which you can check out on GoNintendo.

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  • MischievousLittleImp

    Well, for Halloween, I think that a Happy Mask Salesman costume is in order (to me, is a better idea than dressing as Link).

  • Ryan Haney

    What the frak? It sounds like they wanted to make a Legolas costume and it accidently ended up looking like Link and they were like “Oh, well.”

    • Mr.Sixes

      No it’s purposeful “well this is
      ‘TOTALLY NOT’ Link from Legend of Zelda”

  • Mr.Sixes

    This is basically how they get around copyright/having to ask for license , because you can’t exactly copyright the green tunic with a green sleep cap and blonde hair. They and most Halloween outfitters do this. I actually saw one place got away with doing the “Darksaber” from clone wars by calling it a ninja sword ( http://img1.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20110918165551/starwars/images/a/a6/Darksaber-SWE.jpg )

    The female costume looks awesome and not to sexified.

    Basically costumes like these are a good cosplay base (say you wanna do link but don’t wanna go from scratch the Tunic and hat can be easily taken frey them up or accessorize with the version of Link you want to do.)

  • Reece Heather

    Any Ganondork and Shenk costumes available?

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  • Abbra Larson

    Well, at least the got the sword in the correct hand.

  • Talmor

    The kid in the picture for the costume for younger children clearly has no idea what’s going on and is asking mommy why they’re there and, “Why do I have fake yellow hair on my head?”

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  • zelda

    Im mad people think they are elves!!!!!!