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1--Horsehead_of_Parapa_Palace.png
1--Horsehead_of_Parapa_Palace.pngZelda 2 AoL: Parapa Palace Guardian Horsehead182 viewsHorsehead, the guardian of Parapa Palace, and the first boss of Zelda 2: Adventure of Link.

Jump and aim for the head, Link!

I used his in-game sprite as a reference, with some artistic license and a little bit of his official art.
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2--Helmethead_of_Midoro_Palace.png
2--Helmethead_of_Midoro_Palace.pngZelda 2 AoL: Midoro Palace Guardian Helmethead80 viewsHelmethead, the boss of the Midoro Swamp Palace. And he has not just that current head on his shoulders...

I mixed his official art and ingame sprite, with some artistic license, as reference for him.
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3--Boss_Ironknuckle_of_Island_Palace.png
3--Boss_Ironknuckle_of_Island_Palace.pngZelda 2 AoL: Island Palace Guardian Boss Ironknuckle86 viewsThe Boss Ironknuckle, aka Rebonack, who protects the Island Palace.

Get ready for one hell of a jousting match!

Official art was the reference for his design. But the shade of blue was from his in-game sprite.
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4--Carock_of_Maze_Palace.png
4--Carock_of_Maze_Palace.pngZelda 2 AoL: Maze Palace Guardian Carock136 viewsThe wizard boss of the Maze Palace in Adventure of Link... Carock! Get the Reflect Spell ready!

His design is based off of the official art... but the color is from his in-game sprite.
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5--Gooma_of_Palace_on_the_Sea.png
5--Gooma_of_Palace_on_the_Sea.pngZelda 2 AoL: Palace on the Sea Guardian Gooma118 viewsGooma (JP: Jaianto), Guardian of Palace on the Sea, from Zelda 2: Adventure of Link.

A mix of in game sprite, official art, and some artistic license were used here. Just be careful in this fight.
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6--Barba_of_Three-Eye_Rock_Palace.png
6--Barba_of_Three-Eye_Rock_Palace.pngZelda 2 AoL: Three-Eye Rock Palace Guardian Barba100 viewsThe Three-Eye Rock Palace's Guardian, Barba... perhaps one of the more difficult bosses of Zelda 2: Adventure of Link.

A mix of in-game sprite and official art were the references here.
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7--Thunderbird_of_Great_Palace.png
7--Thunderbird_of_Great_Palace.pngZelda 2 AoL: Great Palace Guardian Thunderbird107 viewsGreat Palace's guardian in Zelda 2: Adventure of Link... the Thunderbird.

I used the sprite as a reference.

Even if Link passes Thunderbird, he still has the final challenge...
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helmethead.gif
helmethead.gif944 viewsThe guardian of the second palace, known as "Helmethead" or officially as "Jermafenser."
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LoZ2--Bubbles.jpgZelda 2 AoL Bubble Bunch121 views*sings* That's the way they became the Bubble Bunch!
(sorry, I couldn't resist the Brady Bunch inside joke)

Anyway, here is the Great Bubble and some lesser bubbles from Zelda 2: Adventure of Link. I used sprites as references for the characters, and their location is Great Palace (the final palace). I used VGMaps as a reference there.
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LoZ2--Ironknuckle.jpg
LoZ2--Ironknuckle.jpgZelda 2 AoL Ironknuckle114 viewsIronknuckle, or one of them, from Zelda 2: Adventure of Link.

I used a sprite as the lineart reference, but the color is from the official art.

This one is in Midoro (Swamp) Palace (I used VGMaps.com as a reference here).
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LoZ2--Magic_Container.jpg
LoZ2--Magic_Container.jpgZelda 2 AoL Magic Container107 viewsThe Magic Container from Zelda 2: Adventure of Link. Get it and your magic meter increases. You'll need a LOT of Magic to take on the final foes in the Great Palace!

I tried to use a sprite as a reference.
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LoZ2--Moa_and_friend.jpg
LoZ2--Moa_and_friend.jpgZelda 2 AoL Moa and Girobokku45 viewsThe two ghastly eyes from Zelda 2: Adventure of Link

For Moa, I used an official art as a reference. For Girobokku (exact English name unknown; I'll have to visit the Zelda wiki to know), I used a sprite as a reference.

Anyway, here they are, haunting a graveyard (I know Girobokku appears in the "Valley of Death" near the final palace, but still...). For Moa, have the cross ready--some of them are invisible otherwise!
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LoZ2--Stalfos.jpg
LoZ2--Stalfos.jpgZelda 2 AoL Stalfos48 viewsThe Zelda 2: Adventure of Link version of Stalfos. Showing once again how I suck at drawing skeletons.

This one's in Parapa Palace (I used VGMaps as a reference here).

Both a sprite and the official art were reference for Stalfos.
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LoZ2--Tinsuit.jpg
LoZ2--Tinsuit.jpgZelda 2 AoL Tinsuit56 viewsYep! That one hopping enemy in Parapa Palace (in Zelda 2: Adventure of Link)... the one that looks like a dog enemy in armor... it has a name in North America. It's called Tinsuit. So whoever takes care of the bestiary on this site, please note. (In the Bestiary, we only know its Japanese name--WOSU).

Anyway, I used a sprite as a reference for the character. For the Parapa Palace BG, I used VGMaps.com as a reference.
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LoZ2--Wizzar.jpg
LoZ2--Wizzar.jpgZelda 2 AoL Wizzar55 viewsWizzar, the Wizzrobe relative (and disciple of Carock) from Zelda 2: Adventure of Link. Yes, Wizzar is its official name--I checked it in a Zelda Wiki.

I used a sprite as a character reference, and for the location, I once again used VGMaps (in this case, Maze Island Palace).
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LoZ2DoomknockerByDBoy.jpg
LoZ2DoomknockerByDBoy.jpgZelda 2 AoL Doomknocker111 viewsDoomknocker, aka Hell Guma, from Zelda 2: Adventure of Link.

Here he is, patrolling the Island Palace.

I used a sprite as a reference here.
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LoZ2DoomraddleByDBoy.jpg
LoZ2DoomraddleByDBoy.jpgZelda 2 AoL Doomraddle53 viewsDoomraddle, aka Guma, in Zelda 2: Adventure of Link.

I'm calling him Doomraddle so he won't be confused with the fifth boss, Gooma (whom Japanese fans named "Giant"/Jaianto), but anyway, here he is dancing about in Midoro Palace.

Is it just me, or does Doomraddle look like an effed up Taz? Anyway, I used a sprite as a reference.
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LoZ2FokkaByDBoy.jpg
LoZ2FokkaByDBoy.jpgZelda 2 AoL Fokka108 viewsFokka, the birdbrained version of Ironknuckle in Zelda 2: Adventure of Link. You'll encounter him and his ilk in the final Palace, the Great Palace.

Don't "fokka" around here! (Ha ha, I tell bad joke!)

Anyway, I used the sprite (and some of the official art) as reference here.
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LoZ2FotailByDBoy.jpg
LoZ2FotailByDBoy.jpgZelda 2 AoL Fotail47 viewsFotail, the more dangerous of the two "birdbrains" in the Great Palace, the final place to go to in Zelda 2: Adventure of Link.

I used the ingame sprite as the reference here. The official art (that I found in Zelda Wiki) has him looking like an alien bug. Anyway, here's Fotail.
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LoZ2MauAndRaByDBoy.jpg
LoZ2MauAndRaByDBoy.jpgZelda 2 AoL Dog and Dragon Heads54 viewsMau (the Dog Head) and Ra (the Dragon Head) in the Maze Palace in Zelda 2: Adventure of Link.

I learned their names in the Zelda Wiki.

Anyway, the sprites and official art were the references here.
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LoZ2SkullWarriorByDBoy.jpg
LoZ2SkullWarriorByDBoy.jpgZelda 2 AoL Skull Warrior70 viewsThe Skull Warrior, alias Paratamu, from Zelda 2: Adventure of Link.

Here he is patrolling the Midoro (Swamp) Palace. Correct me if I'm wrong, but I think the Midoro Palace is the Skull Warrior's first debut.

Anyway, I used a sprite as the reference, and I once again show how much I suck at drawing skeletons.
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LoZ2SorcererByDBoy.jpg
LoZ2SorcererByDBoy.jpgZelda 2 AoL Sorcerer52 viewsMago, the fire flinging sorcerer in Zelda 2: Adventure of Link.

This is him in the Palace on the Sea, where you'll see him a lot. He's in other palaces, sure, but this seems to be Mago's home base.

I used a sprite, and an official art I found on ZeldaWiki, as references.
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LoZ2_Boots.jpg
LoZ2_Boots.jpgZelda 2 AoL Boots54 viewsThe winged Boots in Zelda 2: Adventure of Link, waiting in its chamber in the Maze Palace.

With these boots, Link can levitate over the waters to reach the Palace on the Sea.

I used the manual scan as reference for the boots, and VGMaps.com (and some artistic license) for reference on the palace setting.
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LoZ2_Candle.jpg
LoZ2_Candle.jpgZelda 2 AoL Candle51 viewsThe (red) Candle in Zelda 2: Adventure of Link, which makes traversing caves MUCH safer.

Here it is in the first palace--Parapa Palace! Crack crack crack the egg into the bowl! (Get it? Oh, never mind.)

Anyway, I used the manual scan as a reference for the candle, and VGMaps.com (with some artistic license) for the palace backdrop.
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