Topics: The Legend of Zelda, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, Princess Zelda Pages: 35 (8403 words) Published: August 26, 2013

‘Ocarina of Time’

Screenplay: Nathan Bartocci
Based on the Story: Shigeru Miyamoto

All characters in the following script are
Copyright of Nintendo. This script is not for redistribution of money.

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time is a famous video game epic, created by Shigeru Miyamoto. It is widely renowned as the best video game ever created. Why is this? Because Ocarina of Time pulled you in, as well as Tolken with Lord of the Rings. It makes such a fantastic movie plot because the morals and themes throughout are very strong, The main character, Link, grows up mentally and learns to be courageous. He feels love, regret. His biggest enemy is himself. The scenario’s are extremely climactic and thus help to move along the plot and make for a very amusing story.

The game opens as the fairy Navi awakens Link from a nightmare. Navi has been sent to bring Link to the guardian of his village, the Great Deku Tree, who is cursed and near death. Link breaks the curse, but cannot stop the tree from withering. The Deku Tree tells Link that the wizard that cursed him seeks to conquer the land of Hyrule, and that Link must stop him. He orders Link to Hyrule Castle, then dies. At Hyrule Castle, Link meets Princess Zelda, who explains that she has been having dreams about the future of Hyrule and that she foresaw Link's arrival. She believes that Ganondorf, a king from the desert, is seeking the Triforce, a holy relic in the Sacred Realm that gives its holder god-like power. Zelda's description of Ganondorf matches that of the wizard that killed the Great Deku Tree. Zelda asks Link to obtain the three Sacred Stones so that he might enter the Sacred Realm and claim the Triforce before Ganondorf reaches it.

Link retrieves the three stones and returns to the castle, where he sees Ganondorf pursuing Zelda on horseback. Spotting Link, Zelda throws the Ocarina of Time into the castle moat. After Link retrieves the Ocarina, Zelda telepathically teaches him the "Song of Time", which, combined with the Sacred Stones, allows Link to open the door that leads to the Sacred Realm. Just through the door, Link finds the Master Sword, a magical sword forged to fight evil. As he pulls the Master Sword from its pedestal, Ganondorf appears, having followed Link into the Sacred Realm, and claims the Triforce. Seven years later, an older Link awakens in an ethereal room and is met by the elderly sage Rauru. Rauru informs Link that his spirit was sealed for seven years until he was old enough to wield the Master Sword and defeat Ganondorf. Rauru is the ancient Sage of Light, one of seven sages who protect the location of the Triforce. The seven sages can imprison Ganondorf in the Sacred Realm; the other six sages are unaware of their identities, however because Ganondorf has transformed Hyrule into a land of darkness. Under Ganondorf's Reign, Hyrule has rapidly fallen into decline and numerous disasters happen. Link returns to Hyrule and is met by the mysterious Sheik, who guides Link to rid five temples of Ganon's monsters, so that the power of the temples can awaken the sages and they will help him liberate Hyrule from Ganondorf's tyrannical rule. After awakening five sages, Sheik is revealed as Princess Zelda, the seventh sage. She tells Link that when Ganondorf's heart is unbalanced, so the Triforce split into three pieces according to an ancient prophecy. Ganondorf kept the Triforce of Power, Zelda gained the Triforce of Wisdom and Link obtained the Triforce of Courage. Zelda bestows Link with the magical Light Arrows needed to defeat Ganondorf, when Ganondorf traps Zelda in a crystal and transports her to his tower. After the remaining six Sages help Link enter the tower, Link battles Ganondorf and the seven sages use their combined power to trap Ganon in the Sacred Realm, who takes the Triforce of Power with him. Zelda then takes the Ocarina of Time from Link, and uses it to send him...
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