The Legend of Zelda is a series of video games that was created by Shigeru Miyamoto. These games are set in the fictional fantasy world of Hyrule. They involve puzzle-solving and role-playing.

While many of the games have a similar plot, the stories vary slightly. For instance, there are games that take place in the same world, but have different protagonists. Other games have different backstories, while others are linked to each other. In general, the main story of each game is about saving Zelda from an evil creature known as Ganon.

The Triforce is an ancient relic left by the gods. It was first seen over 1,000 years ago in medieval Japan. Each triangle represents a virtue of the goddess. A third guardian, known as Impa, was meant to be present. However, Ganon interrupted Impa’s plan. He reclaimed the Triforce of Power in Ocarina of Time.

Link is the central character of the Zelda series. His name refers to the connection between the player and the game. Before beginning an adventure, the player can choose a different name. If the player gives Link a different name, he will be referred to by that name throughout the game.

Princess Zelda is another important character in the Zelda series. She is the princess of Hyrule, but does not appear in every game. She is one of the most powerful female characters in the series. Besides being a guardian of the Triforce, she uses her magical powers to help Link during battle.