Ocarina (Tatl & Tael)
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|First Appearance:||Hyrule Warriors|
|Playable in Hyrule Warriors Legends. Can be registered into Hyrule Warriors.|
Skull Kid (スタルキッド, Staru Kid ) is a reoccurring character from the Legend of Zelda franchise. He made his debut in Ocarina of Time as a side quest character before becoming a major antagonist in Majora's Mask.
He is joined by his two best friends, the fairy siblings Tatl (チャット, Chatto) and Tael (トレイル, Toreiru), who assist him in combat. He is the owner (or perhaps more accurately, possessed by) Majora's Mask, an artifact of dark magical power with a mind of its own.
Players can unlock him by defeating him in the Hyrule Warriors Legends Adventure Mode.
Role in GameEdit
Skull Kid is attracted to Linkle's shiny compass and steals it from her.
Skull Kid was made playable in Legends due to the games development team wanting to include him, and them constantly insisting it happen to the games directors.
In the past Skull Kid was a happy youth, prone to play games with friends or the occasional trick on passing strangers. Once he comes into the possession of the Majora's Mask, he becomes dark and sinister. Under the mask's influence he has a total disregard for the lives of others and will not hesitate to curse people if they do not want to "play with him."
Tatl, the Light Fairy, is very blunt. As Tael's older sister, she constantly worries for him when not in his presence and will often incessantly mother over him. She has no issues standing up to the Skull Kid when he does something she considers stupid.
Tael, the Dark Fairy, is a kind and sweet boy and Tatl's younger brother. He looks up to his sister for support and guidance but can be a bit of a pushover. He is easily pushed aside by Skull Kid when he questions the imp's actions.
- See also: Skull Kid/Quotes
|Keys:||Y Normal Attack ▲||X Charge Attack ▲||A Special Technique ▲||B Evade|
- X: Skull Kid summons a puppet, and it does two arm swipes, then swipes both arms apart at the same time before vanishing. Skull Kid can summon up to three puppets.
- Y, X: Skull Kid unleashes a dark blast into the air.
- Y, Y, X: Skull Kid fires a continuous laser beam from his eyes and does a sweep around him. The trajectory of the beam can be directed with the control stick.
- Y, Y, Y, X: Skull Kid tosses several small balls of dark energy in front him, causing small explosions on the ground.
- Y, Y, Y, Y, X: Skull Kid summons a large hurricane that sucks and traps enemies in it, then drops a meteor onto them.
- Y, Y, Y, Y, Y, X: Skull Kid hovers in the air and forms a large ball of dark energy above him, which sucks in and damages enemies. He then throws it onto the ground, causing a large explosion.
- Y, Y, Y, Y, Y, Y, Y: Skull Kid plays his ocarina to command his fairies to attack enemies, performs a spin attack followed by a short dive, then finishes it by performing a darkness-powered spinning charge forward.
- A: Skull Kid uses a dark symbol to rapidly hit the opponent before detonating it.
- Focus Spirit + A: Skull Kid dances, then spins and sprays dark energy around himself.
- Focus Spirit Finisher: Skull Kid shakes his mask and causes a massive explosion.
- Weak Point Smash: Skull Kid has one of his puppets do a spinning attack to the stunned enemy, then unleashes a dark explosion.
- See also: Hyrule Warriors/Badges
|Kokiri Sword I|
|Kokiri Sword II|
|Kokiri Sword III|
|Kokiri Sword IV|
|Stamina Fruit I|
|Stamina Fruit II|
|Stamina Fruit III|
|Digging Mitts I|
|Digging Mitts II|
|Digging Mitts III|
|Din's Fire I|
|Din's Fire II|
|Din's Fire III|
|Hover Boots I|
|Hover Boots II|
|Hover Boots III|
|Fierce Deity's Mask I|
|Fierce Deity's Mask II|
|Empty Bottle I|
|Empty Bottle II|
|Empty Bottle III|
|Hornet Larvae I|
|Hornet Larvae II|
|Hornet Larvae III|
|Nayru's Love I|
|Nayru's Love II|
|Nayru's Love III|
|Goron Tunic I|
|Goron Tunic II|
|Goron Tunic III|
|Zora Tunic I|
|Zora Tunic II|
|Zora Tunic III|
|Magic Armor I|
|Magic Armor II|
|Magic Armor III|
|Sacred Shield I|
|Sacred Shield II|
|Sacred Shield III|
|Mirror Shield I|
|Mirror Shield II|
|Mirror Shield III|
|Farore's Wind I|
|Farore's Wind II|
|Farore's Wind III|
|Goron's Bracelet I|
|Goron's Bracelet II|
- Skull Kid: Zeldapedia page, Zelda Wiki page
- Tatl: Zeldapedia page, Zelda Wiki page
- Tael: Zeldapedia page, Zelda Wiki page
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