The Legend of Zelda: Battle of Legends is a free-to-play mobile game by Nintendo based on The Legend of Zelda franchise. It is a mix of board and puzzle game with manga style story dialogue. This mobile game has been released for iOS and Android on February 22, 2019.


The Legend of Zelda: Battle of Legends is similar to Bandai Namco's Dragon Ball Z: Dokkan Battle. It requires players to assemble teams of fighters in the form of "cards".


At the Home screen, the player can see his/her team with the leader displayed. The player can select various options on the Home screen:

  • Hyrule Tournament: The Hyrule Tournament is held on different occasions. It is for testing the player's deck against others.
  • Virtual Hyrule Ultimate Clash: A game mode that can only be challenged with UR rarity characters or higher. Defeating multiple characters in levels that get more difficult the farther the player goes.
  • Missions: Various small challenges divided into tiers: Tingle (Beginner), Linebeck (Intermediate), King Rhoam (Expert) and Special (based on limited events).
  • Great Fairy: Players can collect the six medallions and make various wishes from the fountain.
  • Queen of Fairies: Sometimes during in-game celebrations the colored crystals will be avaliable to collect. They are obtained differently from the medallions. She will grant the player 3 wishes at once, and gives a different wish selection then the Great Fairy does.
  • News: Check the current news.
  • Friend: The player can check his/her friends and add, remove or accept them.
  • Gift: The player can receive gifts from daily logins or rewards.
  • Quest/Events: See below


By summoning fighters, the player can build a deck of six cards and a selectable "friend" or "guest" to compete in battles. The player can summon fighters with Spirit Orbs, Friend Points and Tournament Tickets. Cards can also be earned in during quests or events. They can also be purchased in Beedle's shop with Incredible Gems, Battlefield Memories, Triforce Stones, and other event-exclusive items. Items can be brought in to aid the fighting experience.


The Team Menu part is separated in:

  • Team: Where the player can check his/her decks.
  • Sell: Where the player can sell his/her cards.
  • Training: Where the can train his/her cards using training items that can be earned in the Quest mode, Event Mode, or in the Mission mode.
  • Awaken: Where the player can Awaken and Mega Awaken his/her characters to increase their power using Awakening Medals that can be earned in the Quest mode or in the Mission mode.
  • Items: Where the player can see all of his/her items.
  • Character List: Where the player can see all of his/her cards.
  • Matrix Awaken: Where the player can see which characters he/she can Matrix Awaken and see how much medals it takes to Matrix Awaken the card.
  • Hidden Potential: Where the player can increase a card that's a UR or higher Stats with orb's (Some cards have their own special orbs) the same type as theirs.
  • Reverse: Reverse a Transcended UR or higher characters to there Pre-Matrix Awakened status.


At the shop, the player can buy Spirit Orbs with real currency. With Spirit Orbs, the player can buy extra character slots, restore stamina, summon fighters and continue after he or she is defeated during a quest or event. The player can also visit Beedle's shop:

  • Trade Points: Players can buy all different types of items in the game using Beedle Points. The list refreshes every 20 minutes (or upon using a Spirit Orb).
    • Sometimes during an in-game celebration the Beedle Shop time will be reduced, or may offer sales (most commonly 30% off all items).
  • Rupees: Players can buy five different items (Fairy, Orca's Dojo (training), and three awakening medals (Deku Scrub, Goron and Zora). This list refreshes every 24 hours.
  • Treasure: Players can buy items and characters with Incredible Gems.

The player can trade in characters, training items, awakening medals and support items for Beedle Points. Rupees are earned during quests and Incredible Gems is found in quests starting from Area 16 and up. Spirit Orbs can be earned when players complete a quest for the first time or earned from Missions.

Stage Board/Card Information

Blue tiles give the player items or a green potion, red tiles indicate opponents or damage hazards, yellow tiles marked with a rainbow question mark deal an effect of magic power up, rupees, item, damage hazards or gale travel, purple square tiles indicate a boss battle tile, and other items, such as medallions, can be collected along the way. Other tiles can allow the player to purchase an item from Beedle in exchange for Rupees, travel from one tile to an unconnected tile on the Gale. In Hyrule Tournament mode, card tiles will reward the player with a card, tiles with a red potion will heal the player's team health, and tiles with a Triforce emblem will give the player tournament points (only in the first round). Tiles with a stop sign will be landed on even if the number of advanced tiles exceeds the distance of the stop tile from the player's current tile.

Battle Mode

In battle, the player's current team comes into play. Both their fighter and the opposing fighter(s) will be at opposite ends of the screen. To deliver damage, the user taps the magic power spheres on their screen.

The fuller the attacker's magic power meter is up to a maximum, the bigger the damage is, with a super attack if it is full. However, if the player does not get magic power to a certain amount, the card damage will be lower than the base damage. When neighboring spheres connect, it creates "burst" damage. Certain cards award damage bonuses based on collecting more magic power spheres via their leader ability or normal ability, such as the Twilight Princess Link and Zelda cards, as well as the same series' Ganondorf card, which grant increased percent damage for same-type magic power spheres that match their type as leader. Collecting magic power this way grants a percent damage multiplier that exceeds the maximum set in place by the magic meter. Other characters, such as technique type Impa and Groose grant both percent increased attack and defense per same-type magic power sphere collected. Stockpiling these same-type magic power spheres fills the Matrix meter, which can allow a character to perform their super attack in Matrix Mode, which attacks all enemy targets. Not every character needs to completely fill the magic meter in order to launch a super attack; however the more magic power spheres obtained, the harder these cards will hit with a super attack.

Each card has a Type, which plays an important part in the battles, there are advantageous and disadvantageous types to attack, and taking each type into consideration can help win a match; however, certain cards, such as Toon Link (Lokomo Sword), ignore typing on offense and hit everything for super effective damage. If the magic power sphere is the same color as a character's type, the magic power is increased x2 for each ki sphere and HP is restored slightly. Once the magic meter fills up, it will activate the character's Super Attack. For example, Link's Triforce Slash. Super attacks come in damage tiers, such as "Huge" or "Supreme", with the highest being Mega-Colossal damage for super attacks. The super attack damage goes from left (lowest damage increase) to right (highest damage increase).

Low (130%) → Normal Damage (170%) → Huge (200%) → Extreme/Mass (220%) → Supreme/Catastrophic (250%) → Immense (280%) → Colossal (300%) → Mega-Colossal (350%)

The player is also able to level up super attacks. Leveling the super attack level once will increase the super attack's damage by 10%. All cards (with the exception of non-battle cards, like the Super Attack Fairy, and Legendary Rare cards) have a maximum super attack level of 10. Some Transcended Ultra Rares have a Super Attack level cap of 15, while Legendary rares, have a maximum of 20. The player is able to level up the super attack level via training by training the same cards together for a 100% chance of leveling up the card, or training a card with the same name for a small percent chance of leveling or a high percent chance of leveling based on the rarity of the cards trained. For example, trying to level up the super attack of a Rare card with an Ultra Rare card will be a guaranteed 100% level up while on the other hand, leveling up an Ultra Rare with a Rare card will be very, very slim.

Card information

Cards come in different "rarities", where, usually, the Rarer the card, the stronger the character is and the higher level limit:

(Top[Lower] to Bottom[Higher])

Normal (N): Max Level is 20

Rare (R): Max Level is 40

Super Rare (SR): Max Level is 60

Super Duper Rare (SDR): Max Level is 80

Ultra Rare (UR): Max Level is 100

Transcended Ultra Rare (UR): Max Level is 120

Extreme Mega Awakened Transcended Ultra Rare (UR): Max Level is between 125-140

Legendary Rare (LR): Max Level is 150

Most cards have a special skill called Link Skill. Link Skills work when two related characters (like Link and Zelda) are used in the same team and their turn follows each other in line. Links Skills also have names. Link skills give extra boost for Magic Power, HP, Defense, or Attack. Like the Link Skill, Skyward Speed, which gives +2 magic power to both characters. Most cards have Leader Skills which if the card is placed as the team leader, it will give a boost such as increase stats or magic power. All cards have various Leader Skills which is either useful or pointless. Separate cards may have the same leader skill.

The player has one shared HP bar which is the sum of characters' hit points. Should it go to zero, the player is defeated and is given a chance to revive himself with full HP using one Spirit Orb, with the exception of certain events, such as "The Master Sword Surpasses All", "Hyrule Tournament" and "Transcended Warrior".

At the end of a stage, the player fights a Boss Battle with the boss character of the stage. Defeating this character allows the player to pass the stage and earn various prizes, such as that character's card. While Quest mode delivers an original story-line, players can still go through the franchise's classic story through events held daily. Every stage requires stamina, which recharges over time.

Each account has a level named Rank. Every time it level ups, more the player's Team Cost Limit, Friend Limit, etc. increases.

More Card Information

There are three ways to improve characters: Battling, Training and Awakening.

Battling enemies lets the team to gain Experience, which they level up and become stronger. Training basically combines characters permanently, with one getting EXP by battling another one who leaves the team. A small bonus is given for training similar types. Awakening is a permanent power up that uses a special class of item called "Awakening Medals". When the character is fully leveled up it can be used Mega Awakening. Mega Awakening a character greatly powers up a character permanently and increases the card "rarity" by one level. This gives them a shiny background and a higher level cap but it can only be done once. It also boosts the type from normal to Super or Extreme Type (Super Type is for Heroes like Link while Extreme Types are for villains like Ganondorf), which becomes stronger against all non-Super/Extreme types. Two Super/Extreme types act the same as normal ones.

Every card has a type, each type with its own advantages and disadvantages to the other types (similarly to the Pokémon franchise). The five types are AGL (Agility), TEQ (Technique), INT (Intelligence), STR (Strength) and PHY (Physical). Each type is represented by its own color in game, AGL is Blue, TEQ is Green, INT is Purple, STR is Red and PHY is Orange. The types come into effect in battle. If a card has the advantage over the over, it will deal Super Effective damage, meanwhile if a care has a disadvantage to the card they are attacking, they will deal not very effective damage, and their attack will be blocked. Two cards to date, has the ability to hit all types with super effective damage (STR and INT Fierce Deity Link), meanwhile some cards are able to take not very effective damage from all types (INT and STR Twinrova).

Type Chart ( Means strong against, means weak against)

AGL → STR, but AGL ← TEQ

STR → PHY, but STR ← AGL

PHY → INT, but PHY ← STR

INT → TEQ, but INT ← PHY

TEQ → AGL, but TEQ ← INT

Some cards are also classed into sub-tiers called Categories. Each Category contains characters that usually have something in common (such as the "Master Heroes" Category) or from the same saga (such as the "Ocarina of Time" Category). Categories don't offer the same benefits as Link Skills, however, on certain stages, a category may give a bonus to drop rates of in-game items, and may even give a different item entirely as the bonus drop. Some characters offer benefits to characters within their category through their leader skills.

Extreme Mega Awakening is a newer mechanic introduced to allow older, outdated, characters to be viable in the newer metas. These awakenings increase the card's stats, level, and super attack level cap, while also giving them access to a more modern Leader and Passive skills to allow them to once more be usable. However, each new ability is unlocked as the player awakens said card (With one ability being added at a time, with a total of 9 steps to complete). To obtain the materials for Extreme Mega Awakening, the player must defeat said characters Extreme Mega Awakening stage 30 times (Each level gets increasingly difficult, increasing the bosses damage, health, defense and well as giving them immunity to status inflictions). At stage 20, its highly recommended the player uses the category that has the advantage over the event, making it much easier to complete the Awakenings (It is possible to defeat up to stage 30 using the Mono-Type team that has advantage over the event). The max level in these events are 999, however playing stage 31 onwards only awards the player with items that are sold to obtain rupees.

List of Categories in the game

  • A Link Between Worlds
  • A Link to the Past
  • Battlefield Diva
  • Big Bad Bosses
  • Breath of the Wild
  • Darkness Plights
  • Female Fighters
  • Fierce Battle
  • Four Swords
  • Gerudo Tribe
  • Goron Tribe
  • Hyrule Warriors
  • Hyrulean Sages
  • Link's Awakening
  • Lorule Warriors
  • Major Classics
  • Majora's Mask
  • Master Heroes
  • The Minish Cap
  • Ocarina of Time
  • Oracle Saga
  • Phantom Hourglass
  • Princess Power
  • Prodigies
  • Rito Tribe
  • Skyward Sword
  • Spirit Tracks
  • Tri-Force Heroes
  • Twilight Princess
  • Warriors of the Light
  • The Wind Waker
  • Zora Tribe


Playable Characters

  • Link (Classic, Ocarina of Time, Oracle Saga, Twilight Princess, Skyward Sword, A Link Between Worlds, Breath of the Wild, Link's Awakening Remake, Hyrule Warriors)
  • Dark Link
  • Link & Epona (Ocarina of Time, Twilight Princess, Breath of the Wild, Hyrule Warriors)
  • Link & Ricky
  • Link & Moosh
  • Link & Dimitri
  • Young Link
  • Young Link & Epona
  • Deku Link
  • Goron Link
  • Zora Link
  • Fierce Deity Link
  • Toon Link
  • Three Links (Base, Totem Formation)
  • Four Links
  • Green Link
  • Green Link & Dopples (Base, Totem Formation)
  • Shadow Link (Base, Army)
  • Android Link
  • Zelda (Classic, A Link to the Past, Ocarina of Time, Oracle Saga, Twilight Princess (Base, Possessed), Skyward Sword, A Link Between Worlds, Breath of the Wild, Hyrule Warriors)
  • Young Zelda
  • Toon Zelda (Four Swords, The Wind Waker (Base, Ghost Form, Phantom Possessed))
  • Toon Link & Toon Zelda
  • Link & Zelda (Ocarina of Time, Twilight Princess)
  • Link, Epona & Zelda
  • Sheik (Ocarina of Time, Twilight Princess, Breath of the Wild, Hyrule Warriors)
  • Impa (Ocarina of Time, Oracle Saga (Base, Possessed), Skyward Sword, Hyrule Warriors)
  • Great Fairy (Hyrule Warriors) (Base, 8-Bit)
  • Great Forest Fairy
  • Great Sky Fairy
  • Great Darkness Fairy
  • Agahnim
  • Marin
  • Goron (Ocarina of Time, Twilight Princess)
  • Biggoron
  • Saria
  • Darunia
  • Ruto
  • Nabooru (Base, Possessed)
  • Rauru
  • Koume (Base, Raging Fire)
  • Kotake (Base, Raging Ice)
  • Koume & Kotake (Base, Raging Fire & Ice)
  • Twinrova
  • Ganondorf (Base (Ocarina of Time, The Wind Waker, Twilight Princess, Hyrule Warriors), Ganon (Ocarina of Time, Twilight Princess, Hyrule Warriors), Puppet Ganon)
  • Phantom Ganon (Ocarina of Time, The Wind Waker)
  • Tingle
  • Tingle & Siblings
  • Skull Kid (Base, Majora's Mask)
  • Kafei (Base, Keaton Mask)
  • Skull Keeta
  • Majora's Mask (Base, Incarnation, Wrath)
  • Din
  • Nayru (Base, Possessed)
  • Farore
  • Din, Nayru & Farore
  • Maple
  • Ralph
  • Ambi (Base, Possessed)
  • Veran (Base, True Form, Metamorphasis)
  • General Onox (Base, Dragon Form)
  • Vaati (Base, Reborn, Transfigured, Final Form)
  • Tetra
  • King Daphness (Base, King of Red Lions)
  • Link & The King of Red Lions
  • Medli
  • Makar
  • Valoo
  • Laruto
  • Medli & Laruto
  • Fado
  • Makar & Fado
  • Midna (Base, Fused Shadow Form, Twili Form)
  • Ilia
  • Agitha
  • Ashei
  • Darbus
  • Dangoro
  • Gor Coron
  • Zant (Base, Giant Form)
  • Linebeck
  • Blaaz
  • Diabolical Cubus Sisters
  • Bellumbeck
  • Chancellor Cole (Base, Malladus Beast)
  • Byrne
  • Fraaz
  • Malladus (Toon Zelda Possessed)
  • Fi
  • Ghirahim (Base, Altered Form, True Form)
  • Ghirahim & Zant
  • Groose
  • LD-002G Scervo
  • LD-003K Dreadfuse
  • Demise
  • Ravio
  • Hilda (Base, Hyrule Warriors)
  • Blind the Thief
  • Stalblind
  • Yuga
  • Yuga-Ganon
  • Styla (Base, Cursed)
  • Lady Maud
  • Kass
  • Revali
  • Sidon
  • Mipha
  • Yunobo
  • Daruk
  • Riju
  • Urbosa
  • Yiga Clan Soldier
  • Master Kohga
  • Monk Maz Koshia
  • Lana (Base, Guardian of Time)
  • Linkle
  • Linkle & Cuccos
  • Cia (Base, Guardian of Time)
  • Lana & Cia
  • Lana & Cia (Base, Guardian of Time)
  • Volga (Base, Dragon Form)
  • Wizzro
  • Hylian Captain
  • Goron Captain
  • Cadence
  • Octavo
  • Gerudo Pirate
  • Gerudo Pirates
  • Cucco Army
  • Giant Cucco
  • Android Robot
  • Lizalfos (Ocarina of Time, Twilight Princess, Skyward Sword, Breath of the Wild, Hyrule Warriors)
  • Dinolfos (Ocarina of Time/Majora's Mask, Twilight Princess, Hyrule Warriors)
  • Keaton Warrior
  • Aeralfos (Base, Fiery Form)
  • Big Poe (Base, Icy Form)
  • Bokoblin (The Wind Waker, Twilight Princess, Skyward Sword)
  • Bulbin
  • King Bulblin
  • King Bulblin & Lord Bullbo
  • Moblin (Ocarina of Time, The Wind Waker, Skyward Sword)
  • Shield Moblin
  • Gibdo (Twilight Princess)
  • ReDead Knight
  • Stalfos (Ocarina of Time, Twilight Princess)
  • Stalmaster
  • Darknut (The Wind Waker, Twilight Princess)
  • Red Darknut
  • Mighty Darknut
  • Black Knight
  • Wizzrobe (A Link to the Past, Majora's Mask, Four Swords (Base, Fire, Ice), The Wind Waker, Phantom Hourglass, Breath of the Wild (Base, Fire, Meteor, Ice, Blizzard, Electric, Thunder))
  • Geozard
  • Geozard Chief
  • Phantom
  • Swift Phantom
  • Gold Phantom
  • Phantom Trio
  • Torch Phantom
  • Warp Phantom
  • Wrecker Phantom
  • Ball & Chain Trooper
  • Darkhammer
  • Iron Knuckle
  • Big Blin
  • Boss Blin
  • Knucklemaster
  • Stone Talus
  • Frost Talus
  • Igneo Talus
  • Guardian Stalker
  • Guardian Scout
  • Hinox (A Link to the Past/Four Swords Adventures, Phantom Hourglass, Breath of the Wild)
  • Hinox Brothers
  • Stone Hinox
  • Stalnox
  • Lynel
  • Wizzroboe
  • Bass Guitarmos Knights

Non-Playable Characters

  • Hero's Shade (Base, Golden Wolf)
  • Miniblin
  • Octorok
  • Big Octorok
  • Hardhat Beetle
  • Giant Hardhat Beetle
  • ReDead
  • Gibdo (Ocarina of Time/Majora's Mask)
  • Pamela's Father (Gibdo)
  • Wolfos
  • White Wolfos
  • Aquamentus
  • Dodongo
  • King Dodongo (Classic, Ocarina of Time, Hyrule Warriors)
  • Gohma (Classic, Ocarina of Time, The Wind Waker (in Lava Form) Hyrule Warriors)
  • Manhandla
  • Big Manhandla
  • Gleeok (Base, Two Heads)
  • Digdogger
  • Mazura
  • Jermafenser
  • Rebonack
  • Carock
  • Gooma
  • Barba
  • Thunderbird
  • Armos
  • Armos Knight
  • Lanmola
  • Big Moldorm (A Link to the Past, Four Swords Adventures (in Heavy Metal Form), Tri-Force Heroes)
  • Helmassaur King
  • Gemesaur King
  • Arrghus (Base, Stone Form)
  • Mothula (Base, Winged Form)
  • Kholdstare
  • Frostare
  • Dharkstare
  • Vitreous
  • Zaganaga
  • Trinexx
  • Grinexx
  • Genie
  • Slime Eye
  • Angler Fish
  • Slime Eel
  • Facade
  • Evil Eagle
  • Hot Head
  • Shadow Nightmares (Giant Zol, Agahnim, Big Moldorm, Ganon, Lanmola, Dethl)
  • Barinade
  • Volvagia
  • Morpha
  • Bongo Bongo
  • Odolwa
  • Goht
  • Gyorg
  • Twinmold
  • Dera Zol
  • Gouen
  • Kalle Demos
  • Gohdan
  • Helmaroc King
  • Jalhalla (The Wind Waker, Four Swords Adventures)
  • Molgera
  • Big Green Chuchu
  • Gleerok
  • Mazaal
  • Big Blue Chuchu
  • Gyorg Pair
  • Diababa
  • Fyrus
  • Morpheel
  • Stallord
  • Blizzeta
  • Armogohma
  • Argorok
  • Cyclok
  • Crayk
  • Dongorongo
  • Eox
  • Bellum
  • Stagnox
  • Phytops
  • Cragma
  • Skeldritch
  • Demon Train
  • Scaldera
  • Moldarach
  • Koloktos
  • Tentalus
  • Levias
  • Bilocyte
  • The Imprisoned (Big and Small variants)
  • Margoma
  • Blizzagia
  • The Lady's Pets
  • Stalchampion
  • Prismantus
  • Wizzro's Disguises (Zelda, Lana)
  • Dark Clones (Young Link, Zelda, Toon Zelda, Sheik, Impa, Lana, Darunia, Ruto, Agitha, Midna, Twili Midna, Zant, Fi, Ghirahim, Ganondorf, Cia, Volga, Wizzro, Tingle, Linkle, Skull Kid, Tetra, King Daphnes, Medli, Marin, Ravio, Yuga)
  • Windblight Ganon
  • Waterblight Ganon
  • Fireblight Ganon
  • Thunderblight Ganon
  • Calamity Ganon
  • Gohmaracas
  • Gleeokenspiel

Story Events

Story Event Featured Character(s) Release Date
Ocarina of Time Young Link, Young Zelda March 15, 2019
An epic saga of the child and adult timelines. Recruit two characters and matrix awaken them!
A Sea-filled Adventure Toon Link, Tetra April 19, 2019
Experience the wonders of the Great Sea! Grab this chance to recruit two characters to Matrix Awaken them!
Twilight Territory! Link, Midna May 17, 2019
Prepare yourself for a trip to the Twilight Realm! Grab the chance to recruit two characters and Matrix Awaken them!
Skyward Sword Link, Zelda, Fi, Groose June 14, 2019
Take a trip to the skies! Obtain the chance to recruit four characters! Link (Skyward Sword) and Fi can be Matrix Awakened!
Four Swords: Episode I Four Links July 26, 2019
The Four Links band together to defeat the darkness! Recruit SDR Four Links to Matrix Awaken them into a transcended UR!
Four Swords: Episode II Four Links, Toon Zelda August 30, 2019
Experience a new Hyrulean Adventure! An awesome chance of recruiting these characters! Collect the awakening medals to Matrix Awaken the Four Links into an LR!
Strange Days on Koholint Island Link (Link's Awakening Remake), Marin October 4, 2019
Put an end to all of the nightmares! A great chance to recruit these two characters. One of them can be matrix awakened.

Special Events

Special Event Featured Character(s) Release Date
Everything's Green! Link, Young Link, Toon Link, Deku Link, Goron Link, Zora Link March 15, 2019
The Luck of the Irish Awaits! Recruit these characters!
Easter Egg Island Zelda (Bunny) April 5, 2019
Find and collect all of the Easter Eggs! A chance to recruit Zelda (Bunny) in this special event!
Between Light and Dark Lana, Cia August 30, 2019
Lana and Cia join forces in this special event! A chance to recruit these characters to Matrix Awaken them into a transcended UR!
Horrors of Hyrule! Link, Zelda (Witch) October 18, 2019
Link and Zelda find themselves on a nightmare world on Halloween! Recruit these characters in this special event!
A Cool Christmas Link (Santa) December 6, 2019
Celebrate the meaning of Christmas! An almighty chance for recruiting Link (Santa)!

Limit Events

Limit Event Featured Character(s) Release Date
Hero Extermination Plan Link (Oracle Saga), Toon Zelda (Four Swords) June 7, 2019
Stages that only heroes can challenge! Take out the enemies in your way and win Link (Oracle Saga), precious Awakening Medals and more!
Hero Extermination Plan: Evil Powers Strike Back Ghirahim, Chancellor Cole June 14, 2019
Stages that only villains can challenge! Take out the heroes in your way and get awesome rewards including SSR Ghirahim, SR Chancellor Cole and more!
The Android Robot's Lonely Journey! Android Robot, Android Link November 17, 2019
The Android Robot needs your help to stand against his enemies! Recruit Android Link to Matrix Awaken him!

Growth Events

Growth Event Release Date
Training with the Gorons February 22, 2019
Only once a day! Tons of character EXP and rare items await you in the dojo!
Training with Oshus February 22, 2019
Train with Oshus and obtain lots of Training Items!
Battle for Awakening Medals March 1, 2019
Countless Awakening Medals! Come and collect Awakening Medals of all types!
An Epic Showdown! February 22, 2019
New Stage! R Link available! Now's your chance to Matrix Awaken yourself a Master Hero of Hyrule!
Tingle's Secret Adventure May 17, 2019
Massive Rank EXP! Once in 7 Days!

Strike Events

Strike Event Featured Character Release Date
General Outcast TEQ Impa March 8, 2019
The Hyrulean General has arrived! Grab the chance to get SR Impa! Collect the required medals in stage 2 to Matrix Awaken Impa!
The Goron Challenger of Death Mountain STR Darbus March 15, 2019
Come challenge the patriarch of the Goron tribe and get SR Darbus! Collect the medals in stage 2 to Matrix Awaken him!
Lorule's Shadow AGL Ravio March 22, 2019
A chance to get SR Ravio! Collect the required medlas in stage 2 to Matrix Awaken Ravio!
Cursed Honor INT Skull Kid (Majora's Mask) March 29, 2019
Challenge the elusive being and get SR Skull Kid! Collect the medlas to Matrix Awaken him!
The Sage's Moxy PHY Fado April 5, 2019
Show the Sage of the Wind what you're made of to get SR Fado! Collect the Awakening Medals to Matrix Awaken him!
The Insect Princess' Instinct INT Agitha April 12, 2019
An awesome chance to get SR Agitha! Collect the Awakening medals in stage 2 Matrix Awaken Agitha!
Righteous Ways of the Sword TEQ Toon Link April 19, 2019
Challenge the Hero of Winds who has been training every day to keep the monsters at bay. SR Toon Link can be Matrix Awakened by collecting the Awakening medals in stage 2.
The Mysterious Masked Youth AGL Kafei (Keaton Mask) April 26, 2019
Come challenge the mysterious youth! Chance to get SR Kafei (Keaton Mask) in stage 1! Collect the medals in stage 2 to Matrix Awaken him!
Snowpeak's Successor STR Ashei May 3, 2019
Chance to get SR Ashei in stage 1! Collect the Awakening Medals in stage 2 to Matrix Awaken her!
The Phantomizer PHY Toon Zelda (Phantom) May 10, 2019
Chance to get SR Toon Zelda (Phantom) in stage 1! Collect the Awakening Medals in stage 2 to Matrix Awaken her!
Death Mountain's Goron Chief AGL Darunia May 17, 2019
Chance to get SR Darunia in stage 1! Collect the Awakening Medals in stage 2 to Matrix Awaken Darunia!
Hopeless Masquerade TEQ Sheik May 24, 2019
Chance to get SR Sheik in stage 1! Collect the Awakening Medals in stage 2 to Matrix Awaken Sheik!
Kokiri's Best of the Best INT Young Link May 31, 2019
Chance to get SR Young Link in stage 1! Collect the Awakening Medals in stage 2 to Matrix Awaken Young Link!
Progressive Advent of all Time STR Kass June 7, 2019
Chance to get SR Kass in stage 1! Collect the Awakening Medals in stage 2 to Matrix Awaken Kass!
Heroine of Faith PHY Linkle June 14, 2019
Chance to get SR Linkle in stage 1! Collect the Awakening Medals in stage 2 to Matrix Awaken Linkle!

Matrix Events

Matrix Event Featured Character Release Date
Dangerous Berserker Agahnim March 15, 2019
Collect the medals by dominating this Matrix Event! SSR Agahnim can transcend the UR Limit!
The Horrifying Palace of Twilight Zant April 19, 2019
Defeat the Shadow King with the strongest team ever! SSR Zant will be able to transcend the UR Limit!
The Evil King of Darkness Ganondorf (Ocarina of Time) May 17, 2019
Collect the Awakening medals by defeating the Demon King! Matrix Awaken Ganondorf (Ocarina of Time) into a transcended UR!
The Master Sword Surpasses All! Link (Ocarina of Time) June 14, 2019
Collect a great deal of Awakening medals and Matrix Awaken Link (Ocarina of Time) into a transcended UR!
Careening Rogue Blaster Guardian Stalker July 19, 2019
Show the Guardians who's boss! SSR Guardian Stalker can transcend the UR Limit!
Dangerous Beauty Lady Maud August 16, 2019
Defeat the Lady and collect each Awakening Medal! SSR Lady Maud can transcend the UR Limit!
The Great Sea's King of Red Lions King Daphnes September 20, 2019
The King of Red Lions has arrived! Collect the Awakening Medals to Matrix Awaken King Daphnes into a transcended UR!
Princess Power at the Pinnacle Zelda (Ocarina of Time) October 18, 2019
A test of survival to collect the Awakening medals! SSR Zelda (Ocarina of Time) will be able to transcend the UR Limit!
A Chancellor Possessed! Chancellor Cole (Malladus Beast) November 15, 2019
Beware of the demon who possesses the mighty Chancellor! SSR Chancellor Cole can transcend the UR Limit!
The Darkness Shrouding Hyrule Vaati (The Minish Cap) December 20, 2019
SSR Vaati can be Matrix Awakened into a transcended UR!
Demon Lord of the Sealed Grounds Ghirahim January 17, 2020
SSR Ghirahim can transcend the UR Limit!
Galactic Mask of Darkness Fierce Deity Link February 14, 2020
SSR Fierce Deity Link can transcend the UR Limit!
Rapier of the Enhanced Wisdom Hilda (Hyrule Warriors) March 20, 2020
Collect a great deal of Awakening Medals in this fierce battle! SSR Hilda (Hyrule Warriors) can transcend the UR Limit!
Power of the Uncanny Yuga-Ganon April 17, 2020
SSR Yuga-Ganon can transcend the UR Limit!
Transcended Warrior Link (Ocarina of Time) May 15, 2020
Come challenge the Hero of Time with all you got! SSR Link (Ocarina of Time) can be Matrix Awakened into an LR!
White Light Bind! Elegant Radiance! Lana June 5, 2020
SSR Lana can transcend the UR Limit!
Source of a Deadly Fate Cia June 5, 2020
SSR Cia can transcend the UR Limit!

Extreme Mega Battle Challenges

Extreme Mega Battle Challenge Featured Character(s)
Advent Will Agahnim Agahnim
Miraculous Master Link Link (Ocarina of Time)
Solar Glow Zant Zant
The Wind Waker Saga Tetra, Toon Zelda, King Daphnes, Toon Link
Killer of Darkness Ganondorf Ganondorf (Ocarina of Time)
Cooling Surf of the Wind King Daphnes King Daphnes
Twilight Princess Saga Link (Twilight Princess), Zelda (Twilight Princess), Zant
Death's True Seeker Guardian Stalker Guardian Stalker
Popular Curiosity Zelda Zelda (Ocarina of Time)


  • Similar to most of the features from Dragon Ball Z: Dokkan Battle, this game has recieved a 10/10.
  • The Legend of Zelda: Battle of Legends uses Wi-Fi which is being required to play this game.
  • This is the first time the enemies and some of the bosses from each Legend of Zelda video game became playable in this game.
  • With Sheik being absent in Twilight Princess and Breath of the Wild, her appearances based on the ones from Super Smash Bros. Brawl, for 3DS/Wii U and Ultimate became playable in this game.
  • Not all characters use different types of weapons, but each come with various abilities.
  • Some of the characters in this game fight using no weapons.
  • Like the Paper Mario, Fire Emblem and several other universes, The Legend of Zelda is one of the universes to be owned by Intelligent Systems.
  • On, Phillips CD-i characters based on two Legend of Zelda CD-i games, Link: The Faces of Evil and Zelda: The Wand of Gamelon said they want to get confirmed in this game, but were scrapped due to the fact they cannot use Phillips CD-i characters.
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