Holiday Gift Guide for Majora's Mask Fans

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With the holidays fast approaching, people are buying gifts left and right, marking loved ones off of a list. Here are some great gift ideas for the Zelda fanatics in your life. Alternatively, if you want this stuff, link this to your friends and family or share it on your social networking site of choice.

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First things first; you'll need a bag to hold all of your Majora's Mask loot, won't you? Why not this awesome bag from extraboomshop on Etsy? Don't particularly care for this design? No problem. It comes in four other Majora's Mask-themed styles.

A little on the pricier side at $190, these hand-painted shoes by BitsofRouge are totally worth the cost. This price also includes the cost of the shoes, and the shop owner offers the option of negotiating on price should you send in your own pair of shoes. The design can be altered to suit your personal taste, and it can be painted on any brand and style of shoe you desire.

I bought my 3DS the day after Ocarina of Time 3D was released. That Christmas, however, a Zelda-themed 3DS was put on the market. I really wanted it, but buying another 3DS just seemed silly. So I watched jealously as others bought it. 

I'm sure I'm not the only one who had this dilemma. Well, here's the answer to our problems, guys! This Majora's Mask decal by BetterStickers can be ordered for the 3DS, 3DS XL, or any other device you desire. At only $8, this is a lot more reasonable than buying a second 3DS.

I'll be honest, this Majora's Mask phone case, designed by KARIZENAis almost making me wish I had an iPhone or a Samsung phone. However, I have a Motorola Droid 4 (which is nearly impossible to find cases for), so I have to pass on this awesome case. The case costs $15.80 and can be ordered for the iPhone 4, iPhone 5, Samsung S3, and Samsung S4.

Any Zelda fan can tell you that the most important items in a Zelda game are bottles. This hand-painted necklace by TorresDesigns is a replica of one of these bottles, made to look as if it is holding milk from Lon Lon Ranch. At only $14.99, it's definitely an affordable gift for the Zelda fan in your life.

Published Nov. 27th 2013

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