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LoZ2_Flute.jpgZelda 2 AoL Flute85 viewsThe magical flute in Zelda 2: Adventure of Link, lying in the Palace on the Sea.

Link'll need this to pass the River Devil and find Three-Eye-Rock Palace.

I used a little license for the flute, since the manual scan flute looks almost more like an oboe. For the palace backdrop, I used, plus some artistic license there too.
DBoyWheelerNov 04, 2010
LoZ2_Magical_Key.jpgZelda 2 AoL Magical Key71 viewsIt may not have a lion head, but the Magical Key in Zelda 2: Adventure of Link has the same purpose as the previous game--opening unlimited numbers of doors in Palaces... you'll need this in Three-Eye Rock Palace!

Here it is in New Kasuto Town.

I used the manual scan for reference for the key.
DBoyWheelerNov 04, 2010
LoZ2_Cross.jpgZelda 2 AoL Cross81 viewsThe magical cross in Zelda 2: Adventure of Link, lying in Three Eye Rock Palace.

Obtaining this makes the final areas MUCH easier, as it makes those invisible Moas visible!

Anyway, I used the manual scan for reference of the cross, and (with some artistic licence) for the palace backdrop.
DBoyWheelerNov 04, 2010
LoZ2_Candle.jpgZelda 2 AoL Candle74 viewsThe (red) Candle in Zelda 2: Adventure of Link, which makes traversing caves MUCH safer.

Here it is in the first palace--Parapa Palace! Crack crack crack the egg into the bowl! (Get it? Oh, never mind.)

Anyway, I used the manual scan as a reference for the candle, and (with some artistic license) for the palace backdrop.
DBoyWheelerNov 04, 2010
LoZ2_Hammer.jpgZelda 2 AoL Hammer78 viewsThe Hammer of Zelda 2: Adventure of Link, inside the caves in Death Mountain.

Link needs this to break those boulders so he can continue.

I used the manual scan as reference for the hammer.
DBoyWheelerNov 04, 2010
LoZ2_Handy_Glove.jpgZelda 2 AoL Handy Glove76 viewsThe Handy Glove of Zelda 2: Adventure of Link, needed to break blocks.

Here it is, lying in Midoro (Swamp) Palace, waiting for Link to put it on.

I used the manual scan (and some artistic license) for the glove, and (again, along with artistic license) for the palace background.
DBoyWheelerNov 04, 2010
LoZ2_Raft.jpgZelda 2 AoL Raft70 viewsThe Raft in Zelda 2: Adventure of Link, waiting in the Island Palace.

You'll need this to get to the other continent and continue the quest for the Triforce of Courage.

I used the instruction manual scan for reference on the raft, and for reference in the palace... with a little artistic license thrown in.
DBoyWheelerNov 04, 2010
LoZ2DoomknockerByDBoy.jpgZelda 2 AoL Doomknocker158 viewsDoomknocker, aka Hell Guma, from Zelda 2: Adventure of Link.

Here he is, patrolling the Island Palace.

I used a sprite as a reference here.
2 commentsDBoyWheelerNov 01, 2010
LoZ2DoomraddleByDBoy.jpgZelda 2 AoL Doomraddle74 viewsDoomraddle, aka Guma, in Zelda 2: Adventure of Link.

I'm calling him Doomraddle so he won't be confused with the fifth boss, Gooma (whom Japanese fans named "Giant"/Jaianto), but anyway, here he is dancing about in Midoro Palace.

Is it just me, or does Doomraddle look like an effed up Taz? Anyway, I used a sprite as a reference.
DBoyWheelerNov 01, 2010
LoZ2RopeByDBoy.jpgZelda 2 AoL Rope143 viewsRope in Zelda 2: Adventure of Link. He's moved out of the labyrinths and now resides in the desert (but sometimes goes to caves too).

I used his Zelda 1 official art as reference--in his sprite, he looks like a Pirahna Plant wannabe.
2 commentsDBoyWheelerNov 01, 2010
LoZ2SkettlarByDBoy.jpgZelda 2 AoL Skettlar77 viewsAruroda, also called by his fan-name "Skettlar" from Zelda 2: Adventure of Link.

Beware of the fire-slinging tail... it's a "tale" best left untold! (Ha ha, I tell bad joke)

I used a sprite (and the official art from ZeldaWiki) as reference.
DBoyWheelerNov 01, 2010
LoZ2SkullWarriorByDBoy.jpgZelda 2 AoL Skull Warrior92 viewsThe Skull Warrior, alias Paratamu, from Zelda 2: Adventure of Link.

Here he is patrolling the Midoro (Swamp) Palace. Correct me if I'm wrong, but I think the Midoro Palace is the Skull Warrior's first debut.

Anyway, I used a sprite as the reference, and I once again show how much I suck at drawing skeletons.
DBoyWheelerNov 01, 2010
LoZ2SorcererByDBoy.jpgZelda 2 AoL Sorcerer75 viewsMago, the fire flinging sorcerer in Zelda 2: Adventure of Link.

This is him in the Palace on the Sea, where you'll see him a lot. He's in other palaces, sure, but this seems to be Mago's home base.

I used a sprite, and an official art I found on ZeldaWiki, as references.
DBoyWheelerNov 01, 2010
LoZ2TektiteByDBoy.jpgZelda 2 AoL Tektite74 viewsThe eyeball spider Tektite returns in Zelda 2: Adventure of Link. And it's gotten more resilient (not to mention learned a few new tricks).

I had to use a sprite as a reference, so it doesn't look as good as it could've been.
DBoyWheelerNov 01, 2010
LoZ2FokkaByDBoy.jpgZelda 2 AoL Fokka156 viewsFokka, the birdbrained version of Ironknuckle in Zelda 2: Adventure of Link. You'll encounter him and his ilk in the final Palace, the Great Palace.

Don't "fokka" around here! (Ha ha, I tell bad joke!)

Anyway, I used the sprite (and some of the official art) as reference here.
2 commentsDBoyWheelerNov 01, 2010
LoZ2FotailByDBoy.jpgZelda 2 AoL Fotail69 viewsFotail, the more dangerous of the two "birdbrains" in the Great Palace, the final place to go to in Zelda 2: Adventure of Link.

I used the ingame sprite as the reference here. The official art (that I found in Zelda Wiki) has him looking like an alien bug. Anyway, here's Fotail.
DBoyWheelerNov 01, 2010
LoZ2MauAndRaByDBoy.jpgZelda 2 AoL Dog and Dragon Heads75 viewsMau (the Dog Head) and Ra (the Dragon Head) in the Maze Palace in Zelda 2: Adventure of Link.

I learned their names in the Zelda Wiki.

Anyway, the sprites and official art were the references here.
DBoyWheelerNov 01, 2010
LoZ2LeeverByDBoy.jpgZelda 2 AoL Leever72 viewsThe version of Leever in Zelda 2: Adventure of Link. Only the blue versions appear. I guess the red ones learned their lesson and decided not to bother Link on this quest.

Anyway, I used the in-game sprite as the reference.
DBoyWheelerNov 01, 2010
LoZ2LizalfosByDBoy.jpgZelda 2 AoL Lizalfos127 viewsThe lizard warrior from Zelda 2 Adventure of Link. Gale/Geru in Japanese version, but I call him by the English name (whether or not it's official), Lizalfos.

I tried to use a mix of the official art and the sprites for this, but not sure how it turned out.
1 commentsDBoyWheelerNov 01, 2010
PTs_commission_Allen_and_Hakumei.PNGChibi Hakumei and Allen125 viewsThis was commissioned by PT-San. ^^ She wanted me to draw her OC Hakumei and Allen Walker (from D. Gray-Man) as chibis. The Japanese reads: "Genki desu" which basically means happy and healthy.

Allen (C) Hoshino-Sensei
Hakumei (C) PrincessofTwilight
Art (C) hauu13
3 commentshauu13Oct 10, 2010
links_final_stand_(color).jpglINK'S FINAL STAND92 viewsthis is link after fighting ganon and fighting his gaurds. he's all hurt kjrulesOct 10, 2010
Runede.pngRunede149 viewsMy Twili OC! She is unable to use magic and thus is a gaurd of the royal household. (Hence the mark on her forehead.) I will try to write up more of her back story later, as well as color her. ^^ Oh, she has no imp form, because, during the time that Zant ruled, she (along with the other gaurds) was transformed into a Twili Beast.

Runede, art (C) hauu13
9 commentshauu13Oct 05, 2010
return.jpgReturn219 viewsThe end of Ocarina... 3 commentsfaerieSep 30, 2010
KaneforAmi.pngKane for Amy122160 viewsSo, Amy122 gave me permission to draw her OC Kane, and this is the result. I hope you like it, Ami-San! ^^

Kane, Kane's weapon (C) Amy122
Art (C) hauu13
7 commentshauu13Sep 20, 2010
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