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The Legend of Zelda Fan Short: The Dark Mask


The guys over at Mars Rising Films are big fans of the Zelda franchise, so it’s not surprise that their “The Dark Mask” short is all sorts of awesome, giving people an idea of what an admittedly low budget TV series about The Legend of Zelda would look like. Hey, we don’t necessarily agree with the casting choices but you have to agree that it sorta works, and the action is decent enough.

The Dark Mask doesn’t have much in the way of a story – it’s a live action fan short, after all – it just shows Link fighting his way to the evil wizard Agahnim, to… save the happy mask salesman? We don’t understand either but it seems that Agahnim wants the dark mask, and he’ll have to go through Link to get it. You can watch the video below:

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