Characters in Zelda's Adventure
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This is a list of the characters from Zelda's Adventure, the non-canon game from the Philips CD-i. Link, Princess Zelda, and other characters that are part of canon are listed only with the information relevant to their place in the game.
- Main article: Princess Zelda
Zelda is once again the playable character like in The Wand of Gamelon, but her mood and personality is completely different.
- Main article: Link
While Link was adventuring in Tolemac, he is captured by Ganon, forcing Zelda to go rescue him.
- Main article: Ganon
Ganon is, like the others, very different from his other CD-i versions. He appears in the game as a final boss, but as a tall, grayish minotaur-like being. He has stolen the celestial signs and captured Link, prompting Zelda to defeat him.
An old wizard who is an astronomer in Tolemac. He learns of Ganon's conquest of Tolemac, and uses magic to summon Zelda. He gives her the magic pendant, which grants her the strength to fight against Ganon, and tells her to save the celestial signs and Link, and that each sign she acquires will give her knowledge. He then congratulates her for saving Tolemac after she does so, and says that the people of the land will never forget her.
Outside the Moblin's Head inn is a woman begging Zelda for a few rupees to feed her childern and keep them out of the cold for the night. Should Zelda give her 5 rupees, she'll give Zelda the Firestorm Spell.
Lothar the Innkeeper
Lothar is the innkeeper of the Moblin's Head Inn. He'll sell Zelda the Spell of Calm for 100 rupees.
Krebb the Weary
Glebb the Thristy
After speaking to Glebb, she'll tell Zelda that she is dying of thrist and give Zelda the Empty Bottle. When she fills it with water from the "Source of the River" and gives it to Glebb, she'll be rewarded with the Vial of Winds.
The Shaggy Woman is a merchant whose stall is set up in the Great Town of Wimbich. She'll sell Zelda a candle for 100 rupees and the Life Potion for 200 rupees.