The Links, Inc. is mostly comprised of professional African American women. Candidates nominated and approved by presently active Links members are eligible for membership. Furthermore, membership is extended to the daughters of active Link members, who are referred to as "Heir-O-Links."
Heir-o-links can apply for membership at any time. If they are elected, they will be given a number designation corresponding to that of their parent link member. For example, if Mrs. Smith is a current Link member with number "1234", her daughter would be given number "4321" when elected as a Heir-o-link.
Heir-o-links are expected to help support their links family through fundraising and other activities associated with promoting awareness of African American history through articles, programs, projects, and events.
Examples of past, present, and future Heir-o-links include: Ella Fitzgerald Arrington (daughter of Mr. & Mrs. John Arrington), Vivian Jackson (daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Edward Jackson), Rosa Parks (daughter of Mr. Raymond Parks), Gwen Patton (daughter of Mr. Henry Patton), and more.
Heir-o-links are usually elected during special meetings of the Links board of directors. However, some positions may be designated by the president of The Links, Inc.
No, there are several linkages to other dads, but none of them are ganon. He is the final villain in the game who must be defeated to complete it.
He first appeared in The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time and has not been seen since. He is considered one of the most important villains in video game history due to his role in establishing Nintendo as a major force in gaming.
Ganon is the main antagonist of The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. He is a master thief who wants to steal the sacred sword called the Sword of Heroes. To do this, he creates an army of undead slaves that will kill anyone who gets in his way. When you defeat him, his head will drop down into a chest at the end of each world. If you leave any worlds unfinished, they will appear again in a future version of the game so you can continue where you left off.
His name comes from Jack 'Ganondorf' Gantos, one of the original founders of Nintendo. He has been interpreted by many fans as a representation of the anti-social behavior found in many videogames.
Link to this page Shigeru Miyamoto claims Link's full name is "Link Link." He isn't alone. Many people think Link's full name is "Link Link." In fact, his full name is rarely mentioned in any game other than The Legend of Zelda. It appears only on a chalkboard in A Link to the Past when you first enter the room where the chest containing the game's map is located.
However, his full name does show up on some items used by the hero himself. One example is the Epona Rider's Helm. If you look closely at this item, you will see the name "Link" written on it in black and white.
Another item with Link's name on it is the Chieftain's Shield. This shield can be found inside one of the rooms of the Chieftan's Castle. Again, his name is written in black and white on this item.
Finally, there is a door inside the castle that doesn't open until you find the Chieftain's Shield. This door leads to a room where you will find another item with Link's name on it: The Chieftain's Sword.