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[image=PjMV0luY2r] The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask is a manga book written by Akira Himekawa, released in Japanese in 2000 and in English on February 3, 2009. This book is an adaptation of The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask. It is one volume, and the last chapter includes an original side story, composed entirely of the artist's speculation of where Majora's Mask originated. This chapter's secondary purpose was to flesh out some of the space they hadn't used due to a lack of detail on the storyline, due to the manga being released chapter by chapter at around the same time as the game came out in Japan. That meant that the authors couldn't get anything more of the plotline than what was shown in the trailers, gameplay demos, etc. According to the side story, which is a different story than that of the game itself, the mask itself was an ancient and dangerous artifact made from the armor of a legendary and evil beast named Majora that was danced to dying exhaustion by a being disguised as a human traveler. According to a legend devised "by the humans themselves", any who obtain the beast's armor gains hold of a great and terrible power. All who approached it, warriors, men and women alike, even with good intentions, were devoured without remorse. The early Terminian tribes used the mask in their cursed hexing rituals, but when the evils caused by the mask became too much to bear, they sealed it away in darkness forever... so they hoped. As the mask of the devil, Majora's Mask gained its power from the evil desires that people had in their minds as they were devoured by the beast, or when they cast the hexes when the armor was made into the mask. As it passed from member to member in the tribe it accumulated its power until it was too much to control. The tribe died out, but the mask still rested in darkness. The Happy Mask Salesman went to great lengths to get it, but while traveling in the Lost Woods it was stolen by Skull Kid and his fairies, Tatl and Tael. When the Skull Kid wore it the evil essence trapped within possessed him, beckoning him to Termina, and making him cause harm amongst the townspeople, most notably interfering with the engagement of Anju to Kafei. The most serious problem caused by the mask was that the Moon was torn out of its orbit, and was on a collision course with Termina's capital city. The moon would have exterminated all life in a cataclysm of fire had it not been for Link's intervention. With the power of the Fierce Deity's Mask, he destroyed Majora's Mask and saved Termina. The moon was destroyed after these events. As stated above, while Skull Kid was possessed, he wronged many of the people in Termina. In addition, he sealed his former friends, the Four Giants in the Masks of evil deities and sealed them in the temples located in the four compass directions. Link had to free all of the giants in order to ask for their aid in stopping the Moon.
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