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|“||Not everybody can use the Triforce. It requires strong character with no evil thoughts. But an inborn special quality is also necessary. Unfortunately, I have not found such a person during my lifetime.||„|
|~ Scroll written by the King.|
The King of Hyrule is a posthumous supporting character featured in Zelda II: The Adventure of Link.
The king was an elderly man with white hair and a beard dressed in black, white, and gold with a red robe with green trimming and a crown.
The king was said to be a child of a man prior to his death. Given the then-selfish nature of his son, he likely did not see him as a worthy inheritor of the triforce as a whole and left only part of it in the inheritance.
Long ago, the king was a great man who ruled Hyrule when it was one country and was able to maintain the peace prior to his death.
Before his death, he presumably realized that his son had a selfish heart and disinherited him of all but part of the Triforce with the Triforce of Courage hidden away in the Great Palace in the valley of death with a binding force that can only be broken by inserting a crystal in each palace.
However, each palace has a guardian protecting each statue that Link must defeat with a guardian placed in the last palace.