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Yuga is a playable character in the fighting video game, M.U.G.E.N Trilogy. He was confirmed along with Viridi, Sans, Achilles and many other characters on November 3, 2017. Seirō Ōgino provides the role for Yuga in this fighting game, using voice clips recycled from Hyrule Warriors.

Description

Yuga is an evil sorcerer and one of the two primary antagonists of The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds. At the beginning of the game, Yuga hunts the descendants of the Seven Sages from Ocarina of Time/A Link to the Past, as well as Princess Zelda, in an attempt to resurrect Ganon and use his power to rule the worlds of Hyrule and Lorule, and ultimately take his place among the gods. Yuga's trademark attribute is that he can transform himself and others into two-dimensional art. With his magic wand, he can trap people within picture frames, turning them into paintings that he can simply pick up and run off with.

Long before the events of A Link Between Worlds, Lorule was a beautiful kingdom similar to Hyrule; however, the kingdom had lost its Triforce in a fierce civil war and slowly began to decay. Generations later, Yuga was serving Princess Hilda when he discovered a crack in Lorule's sacred realm that led to Hyrule; upon learning of the existence of another, relatively intact triforce in this realm, Hilda and Yuga formed a plan to obtain the sacred relic and use it to restore Lorule, despite knowing that doing so would doom Hyrule to Lorule's fate. As Hilda was not capable of merging so as to fit in the crack, she sent Yuga to Hyrule so as to start the first phase of their plan - namely, to abduct the sage's descendants and Zelda. Secretly, however, he intended to backstab Hilda to fulfill his own personal agenda to utilize the Triforce to ascend to godhood and remake existence into his image, and was using Hilda, with only Ravio seeing through Yuga's intentions.

How to Unlock

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

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