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2015Tri Force Heroes
- July 15, 2015: A tribute to Satoru Iwata
- Zelda Wiki expresses its deepest condolences to the family, friends, and fans of Nintendo president and CEO Satoru Iwata, who passed away on Saturday. Our sister site Zelda Universe has written a tribute which you can read here. Iwata-san lives on through his loved ones and his work. "To live in hearts we leave behind is not to die."
- July 5, 2015: Inkipedia joins NIWA!
- Inkipedia, the wiki focusing on Nintendo's Splatoon, is now the twenty-third wiki to join the Nintendo Independent Wiki Alliance, as of July 4th, 2015!
- April 24, 2015: New Main Page and Logo!
- In celebration of Zelda Wiki's 10th anniversary, we've released a brand new Main Page design as well as a new site logo. to learn more about the changes and give us feedback!
- April 8, 2015: Now hiring!
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Did You Know...
- ... that the Grappling Hook from Phantom Hourglass was called the Clawshot in the American Kiosk Demo of the game?
- ... that in Spirit Tracks, if Link plays the Song of Birds near Cuccos, they will form a line and follow him in a way similar to what the Bremen Mask from Majora's Mask did?
- ... that Kooloo-Limpah is a romanization of "kururinpa", the sound that Japanese people make when doing the "Cuckoo sign", a circling motion of the index finger at the ear or side of the head that signifies that a person is crazy?