“I'm so hungry! I could eat an Octorok!”

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Link in CD-I Games.




Swordsman (short range)


Oh Boy!
Rain of Swords
Tornado Slash
Sure is Boring
Pirate Wrath


Lawful Good


Stupid, Confident, Foolhardy


Luigi, Morshu, The King, Mario



Skill in Guns Fight:

120/150 (Godlike)

Link is the main character of The Legend of Zelda series, and the hero of Hyrule. Often he plays the role of defeating Ganon, saving Zelda, and bringing peace to the land of Hyrule. While almost all of the games in the Legend of Zelda series are regarded as masterpieces, there were three games not developed by Nintendo that are regarded by many as being some of the worst games of all time: Link: The Faces of Evil, Zelda: The Wand of Gamelon, and Zelda's Adventure. These infamous games were developed by Philips for the CD-i, along with Hotel Mario, after Nintendo was working together with them to make the SNES-CD, a CD addon for the SNES, and although it was ultimately cancelled, Philips contractidly had rights to make games using Nintendo characters after Nintendo partnered with them. The games developed by Philips are most-known to be some of the most popular sources for YouTube Poops (except for Zelda's Adventure) due to their cheesy cutscenes, and Achille12345 usually relies on the clips to make his YouTube Poops.

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How about a kiss? For luck?


In most of Achille's YouTube Poops, Link acts relatively the same as he does in his CD-i titles, and thus acts completely different than he does in other Zelda games. Link is leaned-back, not very serious, and has a very irking voice, as opposed to Link's serious, determined, and heroic

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Link, the Hero of Time
personality in his usual titles. Link acts somewhat childish for his age, as he is nineteen years old, and unlike his non-YouTube Poop counterpart, swears often (along with most of the CD-i characters in Achille's videos). Link, however, is somewhat weak in terms of fighting in Achille12345's YouTube Poops, with some exceptions. When fighting Gwonam in The Random Game, Link effortlessly overpowered Gwonam and decided to join him out of pity for him being so weak. When fighting Weegee in episode two of CD-I Fight, Link was able to use the power of the Triforce to transform into 'Triforced Link', and became powerful enough to even beat Weegee. In this form, he wields the Double-Helix Sword that Fierce Deity Link uses in The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask, although he can summon the Master Sword if he wishes and still use it stronger than in his normal form. After Weegee, Malleo, and Yushee teamed up to fight him, Link was able to use "Overlimit" to defeat the trio, but was no match against Ultimate Weegee. It is shown that after Triforced Link transforms back into Link, it takes a certain period of time before he can use the Triforce again.
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