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|Ambiguously Canon Content|
|Race||Unknown, likely human|
|First appearance||BS The Legend of Zelda|
|Latest appearance||BS Zelda: Ancient Stone Tablets|
|Family||Presumably Mascot (male/female), Golden Bee|
The names and gender of the player character is dependent on the player's broadcast ID. The male mascot wears a backwards baseball cap and has green hair whereas the female mascot has red hair that is tied up with a white ribbon. Both characters wear a green tunic similarly to other Links in the two BS Zelda games they star in. Their actual names are unknown as they take their names from the player's ID.
The characters both originate from the application cartridge Sore wa Namae o Nusumareta Machi no Monogatari for the broadcasting system, in which they were a pair of avatars that users would control in a virtual town that served as the system's interactive menu, where users could download new content.
BS The Legend of Zelda
In BS The Legend of Zelda, the mascot characters replace Link as the player character. The game is otherwise the same as the original The Legend of Zelda and thus follows the same events, the mascot character is given the task to find all of the Triforce of Wisdom pieces that Princess Zelda broke to prevent Ganon from obtaining it. After finding all of the pieces, the hero then fights Ganon in the cave where they found the Wooden Sword and rescues Zelda from her imprisonment afterwards.
Ancient Stone Tablets
In BS The Legend of Zelda: Ancient Stone Tablets, the mascot characters returns as the game's central heroes. Set six years after A Link to the Past and during Link's absence, the long-time peace of Hyrule comes to an abrupt end as Princess Zelda starts to have reoccurring dreams of an oncoming evil. She and Aginah, the brother of Sahasrahla, one day witnesses a flash of light in the forest and go to investigate where they find the young mascot character, and take him or her to rest at Sahasrahla's old hideaway. While they are both confused by the child's strange tunic and are concerned with Link's long absence, Zelda begins to wonder if the child may have an extreme importance with Hyrule, and believes them to be the Hero of Light.
The young hero soon embarks on a journey to locate several ancient stone tablets to help discern the onslaught of evil. With the help of the Fortune Teller, the trio soon learn that even though Link had defeated Ganon previously, the King of Evil's soul had lived on through his malice and had learned of the Hero of Light's power and coveted it, hoping to use it to become fully reborn, and had subsequently summoned the young hero into Hyrule. The hero then faces Ganon in battle at his tower and defeats him using the Silver Arrows. With peace now restored to Hyrule, the hero then disappears to where they came from in a flash of light.