2 comments on “Legend of Zelda’s Majora’s Mask: Majora and Fierce Deity

  1. Pingback: Old Gods of the Sun and Moon « Knave Wolf

  2. Well that’s all well and good, and mostly makes sense, but one thing bothers me. Why is it that Termina tradition (seen in the uniting of Anju and Kafei) has the husband make the sun mask and the wife make the moon mask? Also, if there is conflict between the sun and the moon (Majora and Fierce Deity), why is marriage in Termina likened to the uniting of these two celestial bodies?

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