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Princess Zelda
Official artwork of Zelda from The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds.
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Official artwork for various iterations of Princess Zelda.

Universe The Legend of Zelda
Debut The Legend of Zelda (1986)
Smash Bros. appearances Melee
Most recent non-Smash appearance Game & Watch: The Legend of Zelda (2021)
Console/platform of origin Nintendo Entertainment System (Famicom Disk System)
Species Hylian
Gender Female
Place of origin Hyrule
Created by Shigeru Miyamoto
Takashi Tezuka
English voice actor Brandy Kopp (World of Light opening)
Japanese voice actor Jun Mizusawa (Melee/Brawl/SSB4)
Ayumi Fujimura (Ultimate)
Article on Zelda Wiki Princess Zelda

Princess Zelda (ゼルダ姫, Princess Zelda) is the titular character of The Legend of Zelda series. Unlike the majority of Nintendo characters, there are several, distinct incarnations of Princess Zelda seen throughout The Legend of Zelda series. Regardless, most share the same status as the crown princess of Hyrule, the setting for the vast majority of the series.

Other hallmarks shared by the various iterations of Zelda are their possession of both inherent magical abilities and the Triforce of Wisdom, although these are not depicted universally. While earlier games depicted Princess Zelda as a damsel-in-distress, a number of modern games have depicted her as an ally, companion, and love interest to the series' protagonist, Link.

Zelda made her Super Smash Bros. debut in Super Smash Bros. Melee. Like Link, however, Zelda is playable in name only, owing to different incarnations (Ocarina of Time, Twilight Princess, and A Link to the Past/A Link Between Worlds) appearing throughout the Super Smash Bros. series.


Princess Zelda's first appearance was in The Legend of Zelda on the Nintendo Entertainment System, where she served as the damsel-in-distress for Link to rescue from the evil monster known as Ganon. Within the series' chronology, however, Zelda makes her first appearance in The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword; this game is notably the only one where Zelda is not a princess, due to Hyrule's royalty having yet to be established during the game's events. Instead, she is the goddess Hylia reborn as a mortal, who chooses her childhood friend Link as her hero like Hylia did with her own chosen hero.

Zelda has appeared in some capacity in every installment of The Legend of Zelda series, with the exception of Link's Awakening, where she is only mentioned briefly, and Tri Force Heroes, where she is referenced via an outfit. While she has typically assumed a passive role in the series, modern depictions of Zelda have seen her assume an active role in Link's final battles. Notable examples include The Wind Waker, Twilight Princess, Spirit Tracks and Breath of the Wild.

It is worth noting that while there have been multiple games within The Legend of Zelda series, it has not always been the same Princess Zelda who appears in each installment, with this same notion being shared with Link. This is evident by the fact that there are multiple timelines within the series, wherein many games typically feature a new Zelda. By extension, Zelda's age has varied across the series: she appears as a young girl in some games, and as a teenager or young adult in others. Ocarina of Time notably featured Zelda being portrayed as both a child and an adult in the same game.

According to the manual for Zelda II: The Adventure of Link, all women in the Hyrulian royal family are named Zelda in honor of Zelda the First, who was put into an eternal slumber. Hyrule Historia later established that the name comes from the original Zelda seen in Skyward Sword. All Zeldas are related in the fact that they possess the blood of the goddess, and must defeat the reincarnation of Demise alongside the spirit of the hero.

Zelda's design often varies between games, but she is most consistently depicted as a classically beautiful princess with long, blonde hair and pointed ears, the latter of which is typical of Hylians. Even these traits are not universal, however, as she sometimes appears as a brunette, or with a shorter hairstyle. She most often wears a floor length royal dress with an elaborate design, which is predominantly colored pink or purple, alongside white and occasionally gold.

However, Zelda also wears a simple blue dress in A Link to the Past; white, robe-like dresses in Skyward Sword and Breath of the Wild; and a blue tunic with black pants, as well as a dark blue dress with gold trim, in Breath of the Wild. Her footwear varies between heels (Ocarina of Time), boots (Twilight Princess and Breath of the Wild), and sandals (A Link to the Past/A Link Between Worlds, Skyward Sword, and Breath of the Wild). Zelda is also occasionally seen wearing a cape, as shown in A Link to the Past and A Link Between Worlds.

Her personality also changes between incarnations, more so than Link. While all are shown to be wise and compassionate, other traits vary from being calm and reposed (Twilight Princess) to wild and feisty (The Wind Waker, Phantom Hourglass, and Spirit Tracks).

Zelda's first playable appearance occurred in the non-canonical Philips CD-i The Legend of Zelda games, which are infamous for their poor quality. Her first playable appearance in an official Nintendo game was Super Smash Bros. Melee, while The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks marked her first playable appearance within her home series.

In Super Smash Bros.[edit]

While Zelda herself makes no appearances in Super Smash Bros., she is nevertheless referenced, due to The Legend of Zelda, The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, and The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time being mentioned.

In Super Smash Bros. Melee[edit]

As a playable character[edit]

Main article: Zelda (SSBM)
Zelda, as she appears in Super Smash Bros. Melee.

The adult version of Zelda's incarnation from Ocarina of Time appears as a playable character in Super Smash Bros. Melee. However, due to the GameCube's improved graphics, Zelda's design in this game is far more detailed than in Ocarina of Time, although somewhat inaccurate, as she is portrayed here as wearing heels instead of boots like in the game her design is based on. This also applies on her trophies as well. She is also the only starter character in the game who was not revealed at E3 2001, instead being revealed when her page was added to the Melee Smabura-Ken on November 6.

Like her fellow series fighters Link and Ganondorf, Zelda is a slow, but powerful character. However, she deviates from them by being a lightweight whose moveset almost entirely consists of magical attacks, three of which are based on spells used by Link in Ocarina of Time. Her neutral special move is Nayru's Love, which emits a crystalline barrier that deals damage and offers protection. Her side special move is Din's Fire, which launches a magical fireball at her opponents. Lastly, her up special move is Farore's Wind, which teleports her in a desired direction.

Zelda also has the distinction of being the only character who can become an entirely different character. In this case, she can use her down special move, Transform, to assume her alterego from Ocarina of Time, Sheik, who boasts a drastically different playstyle in comparison. Despite the power of her magical attacks, Zelda is hindered by her poor mobility and extremely inconsistent playstyle, resulting in her being outpaced regularly in the neutral game and being susceptible to early KOs due to her floatiness and light weight. As such, she is ranked 24th out of 26 on the tier list, which places her in the F tier and renders her a low-tier character.


Zelda is a playable character, so she is featured on three trophies that can be acquired by beating each major 1-player mode with her on any difficulty. Her first trophy is earned by defeating Classic Mode as her on any difficulty, her second is from Adventure Mode, and her third is from All-Star Mode.

Her Classic trophy reads as follows:

Princess Zelda

The crown princess of Hyrule. Zelda entrusted Link with the future of Hyrule after a revelation came to her in the world of dreams. She knows much about the Triforce; in fact, the only person who likely knows more about Triforce lore is Ganondorf himself, whom Zelda evaded in Ocarina of Time by transforming into her alter ego, Sheik.

In Super Smash Bros. Brawl[edit]

As a playable character[edit]

Main article: Zelda (SSBB)
Zelda, as she appears in Super Smash Bros. Brawl.

Unlike Melee, Super Smash Bros. Brawl does not feature the Zelda from Ocarina of Time. Instead, she has been succeeded by her descendant, the Zelda from The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess. While this Zelda's playstyle is essentially the same as her ancestor's, she nonetheless sports a few differences. The most noticeable of these are her appearance as "Zelda/Sheik" on the character selection screen, which allows her starting form to be chosen, and her possession of a Final Smash called Light Arrow, which can pierce multiple opponents and boasts enough power to one-hit KO the first opponent it hits.

Even though this Zelda's attacks are much stronger, she shares the same significant weaknesses as her ancestor, which are further compounded by Brawl's changes to gameplay physics. Due to her weaknesses largely outweighing her strengths, Zelda is ranked 37th out of 38 on the Brawl tier list. This places her in the F tier, and renders her as a bottom-tier character.


Zelda has a trophy that is awarded each time Classic Mode is completed with her on any difficulty, and several randomly available ones. See Light Arrow for the trophy description of Zelda's Final Smash, and Sheik for trophies of her in that form:

Princess Zelda

The princess of Hyrule. In other games, her role changes between titles. In Ocarina of Time, she was hunted by the would-be conqueror, Ganondorf. She deceived him, however, by adopting the persona of Sheik. In Twilight Princess, she surrendered to Zant and was held as his prisoner.

NES: The Legend of Zelda
Wii: The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess
Robed Zelda

The princess of Hyrule, loved and trusted by the people. When Hyrule is invaded by Zant from the Twilight Realm, Zelda is resolute in opposing him...but she chooses to protect her people and must surrender. From then on, she is imprisoned in the Twilight Hyrule Castle. In memory of the lost people of Hyrule, Zelda wears a black robe of mourning.

Wii: The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess
Zelda (Wind Waker)

The rightful successor of the throne and descendant of the true royal bloodline of Hyrule. She strove to put an end to the ongoing battles with Ganondorf. As the bearer of the Triforce of Wisdom, she became a target of the resurrected Ganondorf. Although she was hidden in Hyrule Castle, Ganondorf managed to find and kidnap her.

GameCube: The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker


Name Game Effect Fighters
Young Zelda The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap DefenseBattering+016EffectIcon(Normal).png Resistance +16 Link Zelda Ganondorf Toon LinkLinkHeadSSBB.pngZeldaHeadSSBB.pngGanondorfHeadSSBB.pngToonLinkHeadSSBB.png
Young Zelda The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time AttackElectric+020EffectIcon(Electric).png Attack +20 All charactersRandomHeadSSBB.png
Zelda The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past AttackMagic+027TypeIcon(Magic).png Attack +27 Peach ZeldaPeachHeadSSBB.pngZeldaHeadSSBB.png
Zelda The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time DefenseFlame+018EffectIcon(Flame).png Resistance +18 Link Zelda Ganondorf Toon LinkLinkHeadSSBB.pngZeldaHeadSSBB.pngGanondorfHeadSSBB.pngToonLinkHeadSSBB.png
Brawl Sticker Young Zelda (Zelda Minish Cap).png
Young Zelda
(Zelda: Minish Cap)
Brawl Sticker Young Zelda (Zelda Ocarina of Time).png
Young Zelda
(Zelda: Ocarina of Time)
Brawl Sticker Zelda (Zelda Link to the Past).png
(Zelda: Link to the Past)
Brawl Sticker Zelda (Zelda Ocarina of Time).png
(Zelda: Ocarina of Time)

In Super Smash Bros. 4[edit]

As a playable character[edit]

Main article: Zelda (SSB4)
Zelda, as she appears in Super Smash Bros. 4.

The Twilight Princess incarnation of Zelda reappears as a playable character in Super Smash Bros. 4. However, her overall color scheme is noticeably more vibrant because of SSB4's aesthetics, such as the tapestry in front of her dress being recolored indigo with a gold border instead of being gray with a green border.

Despite being a bottom-tier character in Brawl, Zelda received a mix of buffs and nerfs in the transition to SSB4. The most noticeable nerf is her separation from Sheik, who is now an entirely separate character. This nerf is further compounded both by the drastic buffs Sheik received in her own transition to SSB4, and Zelda's key flaws not being properly addressed. However, the buffs Zelda received are quite noticeable: her damage racking potential has improved, Farore's Wind is now a very potent KOing option, and she received a new down special called Phantom Slash that has utility as both an offensive and defensive attack.

In addition to these inherent buffs, Zelda received numerous buffs via game updates. These include increased damage outputs, improved multiple hit connectivity, decreased ending lag, and the removal of Phantom Slash's blind spot. The changes to shield mechanics also indirectly buffed her multiple hit moves and Lightning Kicks by making them safer on shield, and making her better at avoiding punishment.

Although Zelda's strengths are largely outweighed by her weaknesses, she has nevertheless become slightly better than she was in Brawl. As such, Zelda is currently ranked 53rd out of 55 on the SSB4 tier list, placing her in the G tier (being tied with Ganondorf). In addition to being marginally better than her ranking in Brawl, SSB4's removal of the bottom-tier as of its third tier list also results in Zelda being assessed as a low-tier character like her ancestor is in Melee, rather than as a bottom-tier character like she was in Brawl.

Princess Zelda Wig.

A Zelda wig is also available as a headgear for all Mii Fighter types.


North America This is the namesake of the Legend of Zelda games. Her appearance may change, but she always plays an important role. In Smash Bros., she's quick on the draw when it comes to magic, though a bit slow when moving. She has a new move that summons a Phantom to her aid.
Europe This is the Zelda they're talking about in the titles of all the Legend of Zelda games. Though her appearance can change from game to game, her importance in the story usually doesn't. In this game, she's a bit slow, but her impressive magic skills make up for it. Power up her brand new special, Phantom Slash, by holding down the button.
Zelda (Alt.)
North America Zelda's forward air attack, Lightning Kick, is a valiant kick with a magically charged tip. Striking with just the glowing spot will deal heavy damage and launch your opponent. Din's Fire, her explosive side special, can be guided up and down and has a greater blast if the button is held.
Europe Zelda's forward air attack, Lightning Kick, is a single-footed, electrically charged strike. Hit your opponent with just the glowing spot to deal heavy damage and launch them. Her Din's Fire side special can be guided up and down, and makes a bigger blast the longer you hold the button. It'll explode as soon as you let go.
Adult Zelda (Ocarina of Time)
North America In the seven years following Link's disappearance, Hyrule falls under the rule of the evil Ganondorf and Zelda grows into a young woman. To help Link in his quest to find the seven Sages, she takes on the guise of a young man named Sheik. The real identity of this mysterious helper is just one of the surprises awaiting Link.
Europe In the seven years after Link's vanishing, Hyrule falls under the rule of the evil Ganondorf, and Zelda grows into a young woman. To help Link in his quest to find the seven Sages, she takes on the guise of a young man and becomes Sheik. The real identity of this mysterious helper is just one the surprises awaiting Link.
Young Zelda (Ocarina of Time)
North America The Princess of Hyrule chosen by the goddesses. Zelda dreams of a darkness descending on Hyrule and tells Link where he must travel next. Fleeing Ganondorf, she gives Link the Ocarina of Time. It is seven long years before he is heard from again...
Europe The Princess of Hyrule. Having dreamt of the world being engulfed by darkness, she asks Link for his help and tells him the secret to entering the Scared Realm. Later, while fleeing from Ganondorf, she frantically throws the Ocarina of Time for Link to take. Seven long years pass before the two meet again.
Zelda (Spirit Tracks)
North America This Princess Zelda lives a suitably peaceful royal existence in Hyrule Castle. "Existence," however, is relative, and her life gets turned upside down after something awful happens along the way to the Tower of Spirits with Link. What will this spirited young woman do as only a spirit?!
Europe This Princess Zelda lives a suitably peaceful royal existence in Hyrule Castle. "Existence," however, is relative, and her life gets turned upside-down when she heads to the Tower of Spirits with Link and something awful happens along the way. What will this spirited young woman do without her body?!
Zelda's Spirit (Spirit Tracks)
In The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks, Chancellor Cole casts Zelda out of her body, so she agrees to join Link on his quest in her spirit form. On the plus side, Link (and you!) can still see and hear her as you explore temples together. She'll even possess a Phantom or two if it helps Link get the job done!
Zelda (Wind Waker)
North America Princess Zelda plays a variety of roles throughout the games bearing her name. In the Wind Waker, she's a pirate who travels the seas without knowing her true identity. Even when she learns she's a princess, she quickly returns to her piratey ways. In the end, she takes up a bow to fight beside Link.
Europe Princess Zelda has had quite a variety of incarnations, but this one doesn't even know she's a princess! When Link meets her, she's a wild and fearless pirate. In a certain sealed land, this Zelda discovers her true identity, but doesn't act like a princess for very long, and even fights alongside Link in the final showdown!
Hooded Zelda
North America When a dark shadow invades Hyrule, Zelda sacrifices herself and is imprisoned in the world of Twilight. Her dark attire while a prisoner is appropriate to the title of the game, but Link's bravery convinces her to toss the robes and take up her bow and arrows instead.
Europe After failing to protect Hyrule from the encroaching Twilight, Zelda lays down her sword and shield and hides behind a dark robe, mourning those who were lost due to her failure. In the end, Link's brave acts inspire her to cast the robe aside and take her bow in hand, but she never forgets the dark times when all hope seemed lost.

In Super Smash Bros. Ultimate[edit]

As a playable character[edit]

Main article: Zelda (SSBU)
Zelda, as she appears in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.

For the first time since Brawl, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate features a new incarnation of Zelda as a playable character. Unlike her predecessors, this Zelda is an unlockable character and, more notably, not based on a single incarnation. Instead, this Zelda features a combination of design elements from her incarnation in The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, and that incarnation's descendant in The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds.[1][2][3]

In comparison to her predecessors, many of Zelda's moves possess less start-up and/or ending lag, while each of her aerials have noticeably less landing lag. On a related note, a few of Zelda's moves noticeably differ in comparison to her predecessors': her neutral attack is a neutral infinite, she has better aerial mobility while using Nayru's Love and Farore's Wind, Din's Fire does not render her helpless, Phantom Slash consists of varying charges, and her Final Smash is Triforce of Wisdom, which traps nearby opponents and instantly KOs them beginning at 100%.[3] Despite being burdened with unimpressive overall mobility like her predecessors, Zelda's attributes are nevertheless better in comparison, especially in regard to her jumpsquat and initial dashing speed.

Zelda's Wig.

The Zelda wig also returns as a headgear for all Mii Fighter types.


Fighter spirit[edit]

Primary spirits[edit]

No. Image Name Type Class Slots Base Power Max Power Base Attack Max Attack Base Defense Max Defense Ability Series
SSBU spirit Young Zelda.png
Young Zelda
★★ 2 1700 6824 876 3514 824 3310 Can Be Enhanced at Lv. 99 The Legend of Zelda Series
SSBU spirit Zelda (Ocarina of Time).png
Zelda (Ocarina of Time)
★★★★ 2 5007 12519 1661 4154 2891 7227 Assist Killer The Legend of Zelda Series
SSBU spirit Zelda (The Wind Waker).png
Zelda (The Wind Waker)
★★★★ 2 4975 12440 1937 4844 2466 6165 Chance of Double Final Smash The Legend of Zelda Series
SSBU spirit Zelda (Spirit Tracks).png
Zelda (Spirit Tracks)
★★★ 2 3014 9068 1326 3989 1465 4408 Trade-Off Ability ↑ The Legend of Zelda Series

Support spirit[edit]

No. Image Name Class Cost Ability Series
SSBU spirit Zelda (Breath of the Wild).png
Zelda (Breath of the Wild) ★★★ 2 Poison Immunity The Legend of Zelda Series

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name
Japan Japanese ゼルダ, Zelda
UK English Zelda
France French Zelda
Germany German Zelda
Italy Italian Zelda
China Chinese (Simplified) 塞尔达, Zelda
Taiwan Chinese (Traditional) 薩爾達, Zelda
South Korea Korean 젤다, Zelda
Netherlands Dutch Zelda
Russia Russian Зельда
Portugal Portuguese Zelda


  • When Zelda's Ultimate design was demonstrated during the game's E3 2018 trailer, the Japanese version said that she is the incarnation from A Link to the Past. Conversely, the English version, as well as the official website's English blog post focusing on Zelda, said she is the incarnation from A Link Between Worlds.[2][3] To further complicate matters, Zelda's Classic Mode Spirit uses official artwork from A Link Between Worlds, yet the English version of Palutena's Guidance regarding her in Ultimate contradicts both the English E3 trailer and blog post by stating that she is the incarnation from A Link to the Past. This discrepancy was finally settled by Masahiro Sakurai during an interview with the Nintendo DREAM magazine, in which he stated that Zelda's design in Ultimate is indeed a combination from both games.[4]
    • The confusion likely arises from the fact that A Link to the Past and A Link Between Worlds are named "Triforce of the Gods" and "Triforce of the Gods 2" in Japanese, so both games can be collectively referred to as the "Triforce of the Gods series" (which Sakurai refers to during said interview).
    • Due to A Link to the Past portraying her in-game sprite with brunette hair and a blue dress, in contrast to her appearance in the game's artwork, it is possible that this was the main reason as to why she is mostly stated to resemble her A Link Between Worlds incarnation.
  • Zelda is one of two characters in the Super Smash Bros. series to be portrayed by a different incarnation of that character throughout the franchise, with the other being Link. Her Ocarina of Time incarnation appears in Melee, her Twilight Princess incarnation appears in Brawl and SSB4, and an incarnation featuring design elements from both A Link to the Past and A Link Between Worlds appears in Ultimate.
    • Her Twilight Princess incarnation is the only one to appear in more than one game.
    • Prior to Ultimate, Kirby's Zelda hat depicts him wearing the wimple her Ocarina of Time incarnation wears during her childhood, despite being based on her adult design in Melee. This was changed in Ultimate, as his Zelda hat is now based on Zelda's hair in A Link to the Past and A Link Between Worlds.
    • In Ultimate, while the A Link Between Worlds-inspired incarnation of Zelda appears as a fighter and the Breath of the Wild incarnation of Zelda appears as a spirit, the opposite is true for Link.
    • Zelda's Skyward Sword incarnation is the only variant of her that is not directly referenced in Smash at all.
  • Zelda and R.O.B. are the only playable characters in the Super Smash Bros. series to sport an alternate costume that would inspire a default design in a subsequent game. In this case, SSB4 reuses her Twilight Princess incarnation from Brawl, yet gives her an alternate costume based on her incarnations in A Link to the Past and A Link Between Worlds, which would become her default design in Ultimate. Conversely, her Twilight Princess incarnation becomes the basis for an alternate costume in Ultimate.
  • Zelda has more enhanceable spirits associated with her than any other character, with a total of 3.
  • Despite wielding a sword in Twilight Princess, Zelda is the only playable The Legend of Zelda character who does not directly wield a bladed weapon as part of her moveset. However, she technically does have access to a bladed weapon; in her case, it is the sword wielded by the Phantom she summons via Phantom Slash.
  • In both Melee and Smash 4, Zelda is near the bottom of the tier list, while her alter-ego Sheik is near the top.
  • Nayru's Love, Din's Fire, and Farore's Wind were all used by Link in Ocarina of Time, never by Zelda herself. However, later spinoffs in the series such as Hyrule Warriors and Cadence of Hyrule depict her using these moves, likely influenced by their depiction in Smash.
  • Conceptually, Link and Zelda "swapped" their Final Smashes in the transition from Smash 4 to Ultimate. In Brawl and Smash 4, Link uses the Triforce of Courage to attack with Triforce Slash, while Zelda fires an arrow with Light Arrow; in Ultimate, Link fires an arrow with the Ancient Bow and Arrow, and Zelda uses the Triforce of Wisdom to attack.
  • Zelda and Sheik are the only characters whose voice actor remained the same in three installments in a row across all regions before being recasted. If regional differences are ignored, this also applies to Falco (in Japanese) and Marth (in international releases) as well.
    • Coincidentally, all four debuted in Melee.
    • They are also the first Legend of Zelda fighters (and the only ones prior to Ultimate) to have entirely new voice clips rather than recycled voice clips from a game in their home series.


  1. ^ Masahiro Sakurai (translated by Brando) (2018-06-20). "Smash is Special – Part 1" Sakurai's Famitsu Column Vol. 557. (original Japanese publication in Famitsu). Retrieved on 2018-06-20. “Zelda's new design is based on "The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past"
  2. ^ a b Super Smash Bros. Ultimate - E3 2018 - Nintendo Switch
  3. ^ a b c Super Smash Blog | 17: Zelda
  4. ^ PushDustIn on Twitter: "Zelda is confirmed to be based on Link to the Past AND Link Between Worlds. (I'll take the L on it.)..."