Quick Answer: Why Is Link So Silent?

Why is red silent?

The reason he does not talk in any of the other games is still because he’s a silent protagonist, I mean kids who played Red version back in the day could be playing Black 2 version.

Once you create a silent protagonist they are forever a silent protagonist..

What’s the hardest Zelda game?

The Legend of Zelda: Every Game Ranked By Difficulty1 Zelda II: The Adventure of Link. Transitioning from Zelda 1 to 2, The Adventure of Link quickly became the black sheep of the franchise as a completely unfair adventure platformer.2 The Legend of Zelda. … 3 Oracle of Seasons & Ages. … 4 A Link to the Past. … 5 Link’s Awakening. … 6 Majora’s Mask. … 7 Ocarina of Time. … 8 Skyward Sword. … More items…•

Link’s creator, Shigeru Miyamoto, has said that his concept of The Legend of Zelda, and Link, was based on his childhood memories. … On the origin of the name “Link”, Miyamoto had this to say: “Link’s name comes from the fact that originally, the fragments of the Triforce were supposed to be electronic chips.

The earliest player characters in video games, including the likes of Mario, Samus, and Link, were silent protagonists. … Players are expected to put themselves into the role of the silent hero, and since the player does not talk in the game, neither does the on-screen avatar.

Why are there silent protagonists?

To allow for this the character had to be silent so that he or she wouldn’t say something that the player wouldn’t say in the situation. The reason it is popular in first person games is because you don’t ever see your character so it is easier to place yourself in the role of that character.

But Link and Zelda are romantically paired in many Zelda games and they have never kissed. … They really aren’t though, the only one were they are romantically paired would be Skyward Sword and somewhat Zelda II.

If the book and the website are taken as canon, then Link did indeed survive the events of The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening.

Navi the Fairy – Ocarina of Time Navi is always there for Link. … She is the most loyal companion Link has likely ever had, and yet she inexplicably leaves Link behind at the Temple of Time after Ganondorf is defeated.

The reason why we never hear Link talk is because of immersion. When Zelda was first conceived, Link was there just as an avatar. A way for the player to introduce themselves, so he wasn’t given any dialogue or personality, for that matter.

So Link and Zelda thwart Ganondorf’s plot. … Link, having saved the day, goes for a horse ride in the woods. Skull Kid scares Epona, Link hits his head and dies. Link’s body is discovered and news of his death reaches Zelda.

Link actually dies at the hands of Demise, Game Over, and since Skyward Sword is the first in the chronology then no other Legend of Zelda games ever happen afterward.

There are many theories as to why Navi would so abruptly leave Link without any apparent explanation. One is that owing to the fact that Link is not a Kokiri, and thus was never meant to have a fairy companion in the first place, Navi had to depart once his quest had been fulfilled.

Charles Lincoln “Link” Neal III is the bespectacled half of the internet-famous duo, Rhett & Link.

No, Navi went to the temple of time secret dungeon at the end of OOT, Link was looking in the wrong place. Few things satisfy like a puzzle solved! It is not known if Link found Navi. He was searching when he got caught up in the events of MM.

The only thing with Selective Mutism that makes it seem not fitting for Link (any Link) is that it typically comes with crippling anxiety. … Link often remains slightly outside of social situations though, more like an onlooker and isn’t often expected to speak.