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Majora's mask dog race

The second season of the MMO title, Majora's Mask (Japanese: ラストマジカリオス Majō Majirōsu) for the Nintendo 64, features a dog race called the Mask Race and is the second installment in the Mask series. It was released on July 31, 1997 and is based on the same premise as the first game. The events in this game occur after the events of Ocarina of Time.

The mn plot of the game revolves around Link traveling the moon realm with his partner Impa. They travel to different planets in the moon realm, where they meet various characters along the way. Impa is searching for the moon, who, if returned, will make all things normal agn and the moon realm will be restored. Impa is the only one who knows the way to get to the moon, the others do not know where it is and are following her instead of travelling to the moon.

In the game's dog race, players race to the moon, a total of twelve times, in a number of vehicles: the Kanna, the Hylian Wolf, the Sheikah Slate and the Zora, in which they compete agnst other players of the Majora's Mask demo disc, in a number of different events, the races last until a player finishes all twelve laps.

The characters in Majora's Mask, aside from the returning characters of the first game, are new. Impa is voiced by Yumi Touma and Link by Hirofumi Nojima. A new character that only appears in Majora's Mask is the moon, voiced by Māya Kanō.


The major change of the game was the appearance of the Mask Race, which allows players to compete in twelve race courses to the moon. Along the way, players will encounter various types of obstacles. The game requires players to have the Mask of Dreams from Ocarina of Time in order to run. However, players who do not have the Mask of Dreams will be unable to pass through the gates that seal the moon's entrance. Players are also able to collect Rupees and Moon Pendants (depending on the masks they have) and return them to the Temple of Time to buy a Mask of Dreams. Each course also has a corresponding mask, which can be found at specific points in the race. Players have the option to buy masks from the Temple of Time, but will need to return to the temple between each course to use the Mask of Dreams in the previous course. Upon completion of the final course, players are required to find or buy a new mask and return to the Temple of Time to unlock the exit to the moon.

Another new gameplay feature is the Mask Change. After beating a particular level, the player may unlock a mask for the moon. When a mask is used, the moon changes colours. The more masks used, the more changes there are.

The moon changes colours and becomes smaller when a player uses a mask. If a player does not use a mask during a race course, then they will not earn the next mask.

The twelve moon masks from Ocarina of Time are as follows:

The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past mask (Green mask)

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time mask (Blue mask)

The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask mask (Red mask)

The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons mask (Yellow mask)

The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages mask (Purple mask)

The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening mask (Magenta mask)

The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask mask (Brown mask)

The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening mask (Gray mask)

The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker mask (Orange mask)

The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap mask (Turquoise mask)

The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess mask (Sky blue mask)

This collection was only released in Japan.

External links

Official web page


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Category:Video games developed in Japan

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