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Triforce of Power

In "Triforce of Power," a Legend of Zelda fancomic, Ganondorf explores Hyrule with 12-yearold Link as a guide. While Ganondorf learns more about the strange land's peoples and secrets, Link seeks his fortune and occasionally goes on quests for Princess Zelda.


Recent Comments

NO CAPES!! Come on Ganon, that's just common knowledge.
September 17th, 2018
"Time to run?"
it was at this moment they knew
September 17th, 2018
They both have the exact same look that noise which says it all.
September 10th, 2018
I think the memory in this page beautifully captures just how subtle Link is.
damn ganon actually cares about people i like this version of him
August 27th, 2018
@Brass: Thank you very much! Glad to hear it. I hope you continue to enjoy it! :)
Just started reading this today and I'm enjoying this alot. Its a very funny comic. Keep up the good work.
@Koal: Actually, a yellow rupee is worth 10.
I may have giggled a bit upon double checking/realizing what was in the bottle there.

He's so Busted ahahahah
August 19th, 2018
@Sarah: Aww thank you! I'm so glad to hear that you enjoyed it!
Haha yes, looking at the games from that perspective was a huge inspiration :)
I've wizzed through your comic, I love it so much! It makes me think of what it must be like for the characters to interact with 'player Link' doing dumb things repeatedly.
August 12th, 2018
This page was also kind of an excuse to listen to remixes of the Stone Tower Temple theme (which is awesome by the way).
The important thing is that he tried. And that he doesn't do it ever again.

...I get the feeling he had the same thing happen with his fairy when he tried to crack a joke/make a pun with her.
I knew Link's hands were small but I never realized just how small until now.
A fun moment here was realizing I knew how to spell "dodongo" correctly off the top of my head (yet I can't seem to stop spelling "Gerudo" as "Gerudro" or whatever. Weird).
@evilnidhogg: I snort-laughed when I read your comment XD Perfect!
@egg: Haha yes! You're one of the only people who caught that :)