Link, having saved Hyrule in A Link to the Past, was living a peaceful life until the Triforce beckoned him to its resting place. While the Kingdom of Hyrule was safe, other countries, it seemed, were under threat.
These countries were Holodrum and Labrynna, resting place of the two Oracles, Nayru and Din. It transpires that villains are out to capture the Oracle of Ages and Seasons, but as Link digs deeper, it begins to become apparent that Holodrum and Labrynna are just the first steps in a larger plan…
Din is, at first glance, a performer with a travelling troupe. It turns out that she is actually the Oracle of Seasons, and in grave danger. General Onox kidnaps her from under Link’s nose, and throws Holodrum’s seasons into disarray. Armed with only the Rod of Seasons, it is up to Link to restore order to Holodrum and save Din from the General.
We don’t know where he got his title of “General”, but no sane man would argue. Onox inexplicably captures Din, the Oracle of Seasons, but Link soon finds out that he’s taking his orders from higher powers.
Impa has long been a loyal servant to the Royal Family of Hyrule. When she comes to Link asking for help, he knows something serious is afoot. What he doesn’t realise is that Impa’s body has been possessed by the evil sorceress Veran in order to get to the Oracle of Ages.
As Link embarks on a quest to save Labrynna, Impa stays behind and learns some troubling news. The quest of Labrynna turns into a quest for Hyrule…
Link’s adventures to Holodrum and Labrynna don’t seem to have any connection to the Princess. As Impa soon discovers, however, she is actually at the heart of a dastardly plan to revive the evil king Ganon. When she’s captured by Twinrova, it’s up to Link to save her from being sacrificed.