The Legend Of Zelda Lore – Ocarina of Time – Lord Jabu Jabu & Barinade 👾 In this Legend of Zelda lore video I discuss Lord Jabu Jabu & the boss Barinade. In the Ocarina of Time there really isn’t much of a back story for Lord Jabu Jabu or Barinade. I tried to research what I could find out about both of these charaters.
👽 Barinade is the third Boss in Ocarina of Time, residing Inside Jabu-Jabu’s Belly. It is an enormous anemone-like monster that acts as a dangerous parasite to Lord Jabu-Jabu, gradually draining its host of his life energy in order to sustain itself. Barinade is the guardian of the third Spiritual Stone, Zora’s Sapphire.
👽 Lord Jabu-Jabu is a recurring large whale-like creature that serves as the guardian of the Zora in The Legend of Zelda series. Little is known about Lord Jabu-Jabu. In Ocarina of Time, he resides upon an altar in Zora’s Fountain, a sacred lake behind Zora’s Domain, where he is worshiped by the Zoras and acts as a guardian deity similar to the Great Deku Tree. According to Zora legend, offering a fish to Jabu-Jabu is supposed to bring the bearer happiness.
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In the Kokiri Forest, all the forest children have their own guardian Fairies, bestowed upon them by the Great Deku Tree, except for one boy named Link. Link has recently been plagued by nightmares of a girl fleeing from an evil man clad in black. For as long as he can remember, Link has been ostracized by the other children and has never quite fit in. One day, as he is nearing doom, the Great Deku Tree sends Navi the fairy to summon the boy to him. In order to test young Link’s courage, the Great Deku Tree bids Link to venture inside his hollow and break the curse cast upon him by a wicked man dressed in black.
Link complies, but his efforts are for naught; the Great Deku Tree’s demise was sealed in the pages of fate before Link’s attempt had even begun. With his final breath, the Great Deku Tree bestows upon Link the Spiritual Stone of the Forest, the Kokiri’s Emerald, and entreats him to travel to Hyrule Castle and meet with Princess Zelda.
Link meets the young Princess Zelda
After traveling across Hyrule Field and passing through Castle Town, Link does not take long to realize that speaking to the princess of Hyrule will not be a simple matter; many guards stand watch, alert and ready to catch any trespassers. However, he manages to infiltrate the castle, bypassing the front gate and evading all of the guards in his path. When he reaches the castle itself, the raised drawbridge seems like an insurmountable obstacle. However, Link discovers an unguarded water drain by the castle moat and manages to crawl through the hole, emerging within the castle garden. Many more guards are on patrol here, but Link is able to dodge all of them and sneak into the castle courtyard. In this courtyard, his fate converges with that of the young princess of Hyrule.
Princess Zelda tells Link of her prophetic dreams, explaining that she had seen him come from the forest and break through a veil of darkness, accompanied by a fairy guide and bearing a green and shining stone. She also warns him about Ganondorf, the man clad in black whom Zelda believes is symbolized by the dark clouds of her dreams, and his evil intention to steal the Triforce of legend from the Sacred Realm. With the power of the goddesses, his desire to subjugate the world would be realized. In order to do this, Ganondorf would require not only the three Spiritual Stones of Hyrule, but also the mystical Ocarina of Time. Zelda insists that Link track down the other two Spiritual Stones, so that they might beat Ganondorf to the Triforce and put an end to his plot.
Link sets out for Goron’s Mountain and Zora’s Domain, where he succeeds in assisting both the Gorons and the Zoras in quelling the calamities that Ganondorf had wrought in his pursuit of the Triforce and is awarded with the other two Spiritual Stones, the Goron’s Ruby and Zora’s Sapphire for his efforts.