Fierce Deity Link
Fierce Deity Link Is The Strongest Mask In Both The Majoras Mask Game And Manga. Sporting Face Paint, And A Headband, It Seems As If Fierce Deity Link Would Be A Tribal God Of Some Sort. Link's Fierce Deity form is popularly referred to as "Oni Link" within the The Legend of Zelda community: the word "oni" is Japanese for "demon", as well as the Japanese term for the "it" player in games like tag and hide-and-go-seek, which is notable considering that the child of the Moon wearing Majora's Mask asks Link to play a game, where Link is "it". However, while appropriate, this name is technically incorrect, as it is only half the translation. In the Japanese version, the Fierce Deity's Mask was called the Kishin Mask. The kanji for oni (demon) and kami (god) combined reads kishin; meaning fierce god or fierce deity.