Realistic Zelda Enemies

by natehallinanart || Via Kotaku


I think the Gorons are one of the best things to come from the LoZ series. I love how they are just a bunch of “brothers” hanging around, and I could totally imagine them giving Link some words of wisdom. I think Im going to make a series out of this; I already have two other ideas.


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binarycupcakes submitted

A friend of mine makes workout videos based off of video game movements. :) This is his Goron workout.


#goron #zelda #nintendo (Taken with Instagram)


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More ! #goron #tattoos #girlswithtattoos #zelda #loz (Taken with Instagram)

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Goron Excavator by martyisnothere

 I spend way too much time reimagining my favorite games. This is a design from The Lament of Zelda, a Hylian tragedy. Inspired by the intro to Wind Waker, it begins with Link awakening to his heroic destiny far too late to stop Ganondorf. It would be a Zelda game that you could never win. The Lost Woods have been clear cut, Zora’s Domain is clouded with industrial sludge, Lake Hylia is dry, Death Mountain is being stripmined…

This character is a Goron, a race of living rocks that has been in most or all of the zelda games after A Link to the Past. He, along with a handful of other Goron, was hired to excavate the shrine that holds the Master Sword and drag the entire structure back to Hyrule Castle where it would be kept under guard to ensure that Link could never retrieve it.