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Submitted by Pozzle 407d ago | opinion piece

The Races of Hyrule: Part 1, The Deku

ZD writes: In my last editorial I stated that it would be interesting if Nintendo made a game in which the main protagonist was not Hylian, but a different race of Hyrule, so as to elaborate on their cultures. So I thought it would be a good idea to do a miniseries on what can be discerned from the current information on these groups.

Some things to bear in mind while reading: this is highly opinionated speculation that is in no way factual, however it is based on research from official sources. Also, these will be written assuming the reader has decent knowledge about each race, it is not my intention to write a wiki.

So with that, let’s explore the diverse people and cultures of Hyrule. First on our list, the Deku. (Culture, The Legend of Zelda)

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