5 Weapons We’d Like to See Featured in Hyrule Warriors

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Recently, the staff over at Always Nintendo composed a list of weapons that we’d like to featured in Hyrule Warriors. After seeing the announcement of the Wind Waker as a usable weapon, we just had to go ahead and create our very own! Without further ado, let us begin:
Skull Hammer Wind Waker

Skull Hammer:

Jelani Thompson Always NintendoThe Skull Hammer first appeared in The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker. I can’t even begin to describe how powerful this weapon is! Upon completing the Forsaken Fortress Dungeon and destroying Phantom Ganon, you will be granted the ability to smash your foes to a pulp. In Hyrule Warriors, the Skull Hammer could be used to break parts off large boss monsters and squish some of the smaller baddies into evil-filled pancakes. Tasty…

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The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap Gust Jar

Gust Jar:

Jelani Thompson Always NintendoOriginally introduced in The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap on the GameBoy Advance, the Gust Jar allowed players to suck in items and enemies among other things. Found as the main dungeon item within Deepwood Shrine, the Gust Jar proved to be a quite handy item that allowed Link to escape from many dangerous situations. The reason I’d like to see the Gust Jar appear in the upcoming Hyrule Warriors game for the Wii U would be its ability to suck in hordes of enemies at any given time. Think about it. Who wouldn’t want to destroy evil with a magical vacuum?

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Shovel:

Leslie Mikelz Always NintendoThe shovel is a humble item that was first introduced in The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past and has made an appearance in several other installments within the franchise. Dig holes in the ground to bury enemies after you kill them and shovel dirt at enemies to blind or immobilize them. You can do a shovel spin, shovel smack enemies into the dirt or fling them up in the air and smash them down to the ground. You can dig up treasure, hearts or hidden items. Also you can use a shovel to dig up dirt to plant flowers or trees within the battlefield and, upon revisiting areas, see new plants or shrubs appear. Upon revisiting areas, you could see what Hyrule Fields and Hyrule Castle (among other areas) once looked like.

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Majora's Mask Masks

Masks:

Josh Rodgers Always NintendoEveryone loves Majora’s Mask, right? Throughout the game you could receive different masks that allow you to transform into beings that all have different abilities and powers. There are four main masks used throughout the game. The Deku Mask is the first mask you obtain in the game. It allows you to transform into a Deku Scrub. This mask could let you shoot projectiles, move quickly and glide around. The Goron mask is the hard hitter of the bunch, with this mask you could roll around and become much stronger, bigger and heavier.

This mask would let you punch with fists of flame, have increased defense to bombs and fire moves and plow down enemies with your roll.  The Zora mask could transform you into a Zora of course. This mask would give you the ability to throw your fins similarly to how you’d throw boomerangs and use your guitar instrument to attack enemies with music (don’t laugh, that could work in some weird way). The final mask and the most powerful of all is the Fierce Deity mask.  This mask could be used as an ultimate finisher move: It would have a limited use time, but you would become very powerful. Being able to do things like shoot lazers and stomp on other enemies. These masks would be a killer addition to Hyrule Warriors.

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King of Red Lions

King of Red Lions:

Zak Penrith Always NintendoThe King of Red Lions was Link’s main method of transportation in The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker. This special Boat allowed Link (or Toon Link rather) to sail the High Seas. You may be wondering why I chose to include this seeing as it isn’t necessarily a “weapon”, but admit it: you’d love to take part in fast-paced battles on the Water alongside Land, now wouldn’t you? While travelling in the King of Red Lions, you’d be able to shoot Cannon Balls at enemy ships and scavenge for treasure buried in the Seven Seas. This could be a great departure from the button spamming antics already featured in the game.

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That’s it! These are the five weapons that we’d like to see in Hyrule Warriors! What items would you like to see in the game? You can let me know by leaving a comment below!

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