This generator will create 15 random names appropriate for the Legend of Zelda universe's Gerudo tribe. The Gerudo are a tribe of thieving humanoids but they are all female. Just once a man is born every 100 years who is supposed to be their King. Both in terms of appearance and culture they share a lot with many Arab cultures, including their tanned skin, arms choice and clothes. However, their names lack this Arab influence as they prefer to sound more Japanese combined with a few other elements. Since only 1 male is supposed to be king once every 100 years only 1 male name is known: Ganondorf. We decided to use this name in this generator as the basis for male names, so that most names sound very dark. You may of course make up your own names for a character who isn't like Ganondorf at all, he is a villain after all, maybe based on the female names.
To generate another 15 random names you just have to press the button. With every click 15 new names are generated.
The Gerudo, also called the Gerudo, are very protective of their cultural identity, and don't allow a female (vo) to enter their village. Only males (vi) are allowed entrance. To gain entrance, Link must first complete the Prelude Quest, then disguise himself as a female Hylian vi with the Gerudo outfit. In this quest, Link must obtain the Gerudo Set, which is sold in the shop in the Sacred Valley. Inside the village are many different merchant shops, an inn, desert seal rentals, a variety of weapons, shields, armor, and other items for Link's use.
The Legend of Zelda: The Adventure of Link was designed for the Game Boy Advance, but it is a much easier game to play than some of the others on this system. It uses a similar style of puzzle-solving for all of its different levels, though it is generally less difficult. There is no real time limit to this game, as you can continue to play even when you get impatient, so you can keep playing for as long as you like. Although you do go through quite a few dungeons, they are relatively short and do not really have a lot of hidden items to find. For some reason, the game makes Link enter some dark caves instead of the more common light caves. You can enter these caves after you have cleared out all of the rooms in the main hall, but the monsters are more often there.
The game does have a fair amount of hidden objects in it, but the ones that you really want to collect are usually just plain looking. The only other item you might need to get more of is a magic Mirror Shield, which allows you to turn yourself invisible. I think this item is too expensive to ever need, but sometimes it is nice to have when playing. The Legend of Zelda: The Adventure of Link was released in Japan for the Game Boy Advance, but was later released as an international release. This game is a great choice for anyone who likes games like this one, but doesn't have as much time to spend on them as other players.