The Legend of Zelda: Oath of Lilto
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|The Legend of Zelda: Oath of Lilto|
|Publisher(s)|| Shounen Oh Comics|
|Release date|| Volume 1|
|ISBN|| Volume 1|
The Legend of Zelda: Oath of Lilto (ゼルダの伝説: リルトの誓い, Zeruda no Densetsu: Riruto no Chikai) is a manga created by Junya Furusawa and Jin Munesue. It has only been released in Japan and consists of 4 volumes with chapters that vary between 3 to 4 per volume. The books' main character is not Link, but a boy named Lilto; however, Link does appear in all four volumes. The manga also features characters like Zelda and Ganon.
Ganon is the main villain of the story. He is only shown in his beast form.
Kāla is a girl who Lilto meets during the later part of volume two. She helps Lilto throughout the story and can be seen carrying an animal that can transform into a giant, worm-like creature.
Kalin is Lilto's childhood friend who gets kidnapped twice during the story by evil creatures. Her first kidnapping is what starts Lilto's adventure and the manga's plot.
Lilto (リルト, Riruto) is the manga's main character. He resembles Link in many ways, his clothing is however very different. The plot starts out with his motivation of rescuing Kalin, who is his childhood friend.
Link serves a more minor role in this manga, but he provides with teaching Lilto several things about swordsmanship. He only makes interaction with Link and Mōtone during the story.
Mōtone is a knowledgeable old man who is introduced to Lilto by Link. They're the only characters he makes interaction with during the story.
Zelda is a rather minor character in the manga, as she only appears in the introduction of the first manga and in the ending of the fourth manga.
Ganon as he appears in the manga
Link as he appears in the manga
Princess Zelda as she appears in the manga