Hardcore fans of the popular game “The Legend Of Zelda,” were a little bit distraught when an unidentified book was shown to them during Ninendo’s Direct footage. Well, worry no more. Wii U fans of the game have put an identity to the book and it is called the Book of Mudora.
The mysterious book was shown very briefly on one of Nintento’s Direct footage. For a while, the odd book was a point of discussion among the “The Legend of Zelda” fans. In order to solve the mystery behind the small book, eight Nintendo theorist have combined their talents and was able to figure out the book might be the Book of Mudora, as explained by Design and Trend.
The Book of Mudora is said to be connected to the 1992 version of the game, “The Legend Of Zelda: A Link To The Past,” and was used to translate the ancient languages to be able to be granted passage to the dungeons as well as to gain medallions. The book was originally found in a library that is near Kakariko Village.
The book was again seen at the “The Legend Of Zelda: Skyward Sword” and was being held by Gaepora. Do take note that the Wii U version of the game is considered to be the earliest account of the game story, which means that the book is indeed an artifact on the present storyline, The Verge reported.
Now that the mystery of the book has been solved, fans are now thinking about the possible relevance it will have for the 2016 Wii U title. This question can only be answered once the game has been released, but of course, they do have some ideas. Curious about the game? Watch the video below and let us know what you think about this news.
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