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There are many beings that have been worshiped in the Zelda series. They vary from guardians, to elemental spirits, to true immortals. A vast majority of temples located throughout the various continents were dedicated to different worships at different times in history. The Golden Goddesses are the main deities that the world worships and as such it can be assumed that some of the more vague gods that are worshiped are in fact the three Goddesses.
There are several mentions of other Deities throughout the series besides the Golden Goddesses, however they either act on the Goddesses' behalf or are not affiliated with the three at all.
- Hylia, the goddess trusted with the ultimate power by the Ancient Gods.
- The Fierce Deity, from which the Fierce Deity's Mask is derived.
- Zephos and Cyclos are twin gods of wind. They do have a shrine to them, but it was destroyed by visitors.
- One of the Great Fairies in The Wind Waker is known as the Goddesses of Fortune.
- The Goddess of Time, mentioned briefly in Majora's Mask.
- The Mountain Goddess, guardian of the Gorons.
- The Spirits of Good from Spirit Tracks are worshiped by the Lokomo
There are several guardians who watch over specific tribes throughout the Hyrule and its neighbors. While not deities in proper they are worshiped all the same.
- Lord Jabu-Jabu is the Water Spirit and god of the Sea Zora.
- The Great Deku Tree is the Forest Spirit and guardian of the Kokiri/Korok.
- The Desert Colossus is the Goddess of Sand and the guardian of the Gerudo.
- The Four Giants who watch over Termina, and, according to Anju's Grandmother, created it.
- Valoo is the Sky Spirit and guardian of the Rito.
- Jabun is the Sea Spirit, and likely guardian of the Fishmen.
- The Guardian Deities of the Twilight Realm.
- The Wind Fish, creator of Koholint Island.
- The Ocean King, protector of the World of the Ocean King.
Commonly there are spirits that serve deities through various means and due to this are worshiped alongside their affiliated deity.
- The Season Spirits assist Din in ensuring the circadian cycle of the seasons.
- The Servant Spirits, who assist the Ocean King in protecting the Great Sea: Ciela, Leaf, and Neri.
- The Spirits of Light assist the Goddesses in holding back the Twilight of the Interlopers.
- Golden Chief Cylos is a wind spirit very similar to Zephos and Cyclos.
- The Moon is said to have been feared and worshiped in Majora's Mask.
- The Tuni Nut is worshiped by the citizens of Symmetry Village.
- The Rod of Seasons is worshiped in the Temple of Seasons.
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- ↑ "It was also said that whoever met with the Great Fairy who lived here was blessed with great fortune, so it came to be known as the Fountain of the Fortune Goddess." — N/A (The Wind Waker)
- ↑ "The imp was a friend of the giants since before they had created the four worlds." — Anju's Grandmother (Majora's Mask)
- ↑ "The guardian deities of my world are on our side, too!" — Midna (Twilight Princess)
- ↑ "The moon has long been considered a mystical body, which people have worshiped and feared. That alone shows how the moon has a cosmic influence that affects our daily lives." — N/A (Majora's Mask)
- ↑ "The Tuni Nut is the city's symbol. We dutifully worshipped this nut." — N/A (Oracle of Ages)
- ↑ "Bring the Rod of Seasons that is worshipped in the temple!" — N/A (Oracle of Seasons)
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