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The Legend of Zelda Roleplaying Game

The Legend of Zelda has been a prestigious name in the Video Games industry for over 20 years now. Starting from humble beginnings, the Legend of Zelda proceeded to capture the hearts and minds of gamers across the globe. For over two decades, and through countless games on numerous platforms, Nintendo has enthralled millions with the tales of heroism in the lands of Hyrule and beyond.

The heart of these games, and some say it's success is because of it's simple iconography. The eternal struggles between Link, Princess Zelda, and Ganon never seem to change, yet through the brilliance of Shigeru Miyamoto and his team, every adventure is a unique experience, bringing back old and new in a blend that has kept fans faithful for the entire series.

And now, a dedicated team has worked diligently to bring the Legend of Zelda alive to your tabletop, providing everything you need to create your own adventures in the Lands of the Tri-Force. They have taken Shigeru Miyamoto's vision and added their own creative talents to bring the Kingdom of Hyrule and beyond into it's own as a sourcebook using the popular D20 system.

Whether you want to recreate Link's adventures, or forge your own legends, Hyrule is yours to explore! This sourcebook includes a gazetteer of the lands of Hyrule, numerous races and creatures to encounter, and a plethora of classes, feats, and options to create truly unique characters. The highlight of the system, however, is the custom-designed magic system that captures the very essence of the Tri-Force. All this is brought to you in a professional format that is completely free to download.

It's time to done the Mantle of the Hero, and fulfil your destiny in The Legend of Zelda Roleplaying Game today!

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