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Hilda is a playable character in the fighting video game, M.U.G.E.N Trilogy. She was confirmed on February 14, 2019. Kei Hayami provides the role for Hilda in this fighting game.


Princess Hilda appears to be Princess Zelda's Lorulean counterpart. While her land is in a critical state of destruction, Hilda wishes for her land to have a hero. She believes Link is a suitable candidate for the job. While Link is on his quest to save all the seven sages and Princess Zelda, Hilda can communicate with Link telepathically. During Link's quest to gain the Triforce of Courage, Hilda acts as a guide while he traverses Lorule.

When Link chases after Yuga to Lorule, he finds himself in Lorule Castle, where Yuga surrounds himself with the Paintings of the Seven Sages, using their power to obtain the Triforce of Power so that he can merge with Ganon. Hilda appears shortly thereafter to restrain him and allow Link to escape. She takes him to another dimension, where she explains that he must retrieve the Seven Sages who are now scattered across Lorule and join forces with them to defeat Yuga Ganon.

After Link rescues all seven of the sages and reaches the throne room in Lorule Castle, Hilda informs Link that Lorule once had its own Triforce. The people of Lorule fought brutal wars over the Triforce, and in order to put a stop to the chaos Hilda's ancestors destroyed their Triforce completely. Although this was done with good intentions, the consequences were catastrophic; Lorule was not able to exist without the Triforce's power, and began to tear itself apart. Hilda couldn't bear to see her beloved kingdom rent to pieces, slowly dying, so when she discovered of the existence of another Triforce (Hyrule's Triforce), she schemed to obtain it so she could restore Lorule and protect her people from destruction; Link was nothing more than a pawn Hilda used to assist her in that goal. With that, she swiftly steals Zelda's Triforce of Wisdom and summons the almighty Yuga Ganon so that she can threaten to take Link's Triforce of Courage by force, starting the final battle.

After Yuga Ganon uses every ounce of his newly acquired powers in the ensuing battle, he is NOT able to defeat Link, collapsing to the ground after a fierce struggle. As Hilda reappears, demanding that Yuga give her the Triforce of Power to prevent Lorule from being undone. But this totally backfires when Yuga reveals that he had never cared about what became of his homeland, so he threatens to turn Hilda into a painting so that he can absorb her, granting him the Triforce of Wisdom before he fights Link for the last time. In spite of his now even greater powers, Yuga still fails to destroy Link, and instead becomes defeated, releasing both the Triforce pieces and a severely weakened Princess Hilda.

After the battle is over and Zelda gets revived, Hilda, now at the end of her rope, prepares to attack Link in a last-ditch effort to save her kingdom; before she can, however, Ravio intervenes and reveals himself to be Link's cowardly Lorulean counterpart. He tells his princess that he knew that her plan to steal the Hyrulean Triforce was a bad idea, but he was too scared to confront them on his own; thus, he journeyed to Hyrule in search of a hero who could stop them. At first Hilda is furious at having a second servant of hers betray her, but soon realizes that she is perpetuating the chaos that caused her Triforce's destruction in the first place; horrified at this discovery, she apologizes to Link and Zelda and agrees to send them home. Along with Ravio, the princess takes the Hylians to what was once Lorule's Sacred Realm and use the last of Ravio's Bracelet's power to send them through a crack to Hyrule.

How to Unlock

Scan Hilda's AR Icon from the M.U.G.E.N Trilogy website.

Assist Attacks

Set Assist Attack Cross-Over
α Din's Fire Din's Flamethrower
β Phantom Slash Hyper Phantom Slash
γ Nayru's Love Din's Flamethrower