Adventures in Hyrule is a YouTube Poop comedy series created and directed by Iteachvader. Originally a string of simple YouTube Poops, it developed into a full series of sentence-mixing shorts. As of right now, each episode has several thousands of views between them, and the series has become the thing Iteachvader is most renowned for. (Besides his Sparta Hyper Remix.)
The series takes place in Hyrule Castle, King Harkinian's luxurious abode. It is inhabited by most of the characters shown in the poster above, excluding Ganon (who lives in his evil lair, suspected to be somewhere in Gamelon.) The castle has several rooms: the foyer, living room, kitchen, 2 bathrooms, 3 upstairs bedrooms, a computer room and Harkinian's TV room (where the King is usually said to be fapping to ponies.) The first floor of the castle is a silvery color, while upstairs is tan. Gwonam's room is purple, while Duke Onkled's room is of reddish hue.
Gwonam usually makes an entrance through the upstairs balcony. He sometimes crashes into the window and bounces off, falling down into the back courtyard below. Harkinian has been meaning to put a screen of sorts around the balcony perimeter to keep this from happening.
The plot of Adventures in Hyrule changes from episode to episode, mainly focusing on the antics of a certain character and the result thereof. Ideas and aspects carry over from other episodes to create an in-series canon. In addition, each character has their own aspects and personalities to give them depth. These personalities contribute to the story in their own ways.
(Main article) "YOU ARE MY DINNER."
Harkinian is the owner and moderator of Hyrule Castle. He's somewhat of a ditzy, overbearing king but can be reasonable at times. He forces his subjects to pay rent for living in the castle in the form of taxes. VERY HEAVY taxes. He is a clopper, often seen clopping to My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic. This creates an air of disgust to certain individuals around him.
The King is also outlandishly adventurous. He once stole Gwonam's brand new X-wing and took it for a joyride, ending up in a battle with a Star Destroyer and escaping to the Death Star. The X-wing made it back unscathed, but Gwonam has learned not to tell Harkinian about anything he buys, as Hark may steal it and use it for himself.
(Main article) "It is written, you are an asshole!"
Gwonam is the local Hylian wizard who spends his time acting as Harkinian's advisor as well as right-hand man. He is also Link's guide throughout Link's escapades against Ganon. Gwonam is a wise, well-versed individual with an interest in literature. He attempted to read Ganon's version of the Bible, but said it was "all shit to him." Probably because of its misrepresentation of how the Earth was created... as everyone knows, Gwonam created life as we know it.
Gwonam is usually seen flying about running errands for the King. He makes trips to the grocery store, Hooters (to hang out with the girls,) and returns home to relax by spending hundreds of thousands of rupees on eBay. Where does Gwonam get all his money? No one will ever know. Perhaps he steals it from local banks? It's possible, because Gwonam has the ability to disappear at will. He uses this ability to sneak up on unsuspecting individuals for shits and giggles.
(Main article) "Hey, you can fuck off, you fat fucker!"
Link is King Harkinian's right hand boi and Zelda's love interest. This presents a problem, as most notable aspect is that he's gay. Link is always trying to kiss Harkinian or share a bromance with Ganon in hopes to convert them to homosexuality. However, he could be bisexual, since he also tries wooing Zelda for a kiss.
He is a troublemaker, often letting his mouth set Harkinian or Ganon off with insults. To sum it up, Link is a pervy, foul-mouthed fuckface who no one gives a shit about.
(Main article) "But father, what about me?"
Zelda is King Harkinian's daughter and Link's girlfriend. She the strong-willed type, keeping everyone in line with her trusty Smart Sword. She is also obedient; she knows not to question any of her father's actions as this may get her in deep trouble.
She takes a strong disliking to Ganon, as she was captured and raped by him once, and is even more upset about the fact that Ganon is now allowed to roam the castle grounds. Zelda takes it as her responsibility to make sure Ganon doesn't cause any trouble.
(Main article) "What the heck?"
Impa is a member of the Sheikah tribe and is a protector of the Royal Family of Hyrule. She is old and knowledgeable, but is also an oldbag. Not much else is known about Impa except that she's usually seen helping out around the castle in small ways, but she is rarely seen overall. She likes seclusion, but takes a liking for Zelda as she's like a daughter to her. If Zelda is out on a mission, Impa follows as a guide and mentor.
She also has the ability to communicate with the Triforces to see into the future, watch current events from a different location, or manipulate magic to overtake foes. This allows her to see practically everywhere at once. NO one is known to sneak up on her except Gwonam, hence his ability to spontaneously disappear.
(Main Article) "I'll pay you this key!"
The Duke is a cowardly, bastardly political figure who constantly lies about every little damn thing. He is known to lie about the most childish and insignificant of things, such as who ate the last cookie. Despite being a liar, he is extraordinarily rich. He wears a solid 24k gold crown on his head. His clothes are adorned with jeweles, gems, baubles, gold rings, and a plethora of other expensive items. His wine red suit is made out of pure satin. His room in the castle is like its own mansion.
He is a traitor to Hyrule, having made a deal with Ganon to help him take over Koridai, causing the trust between himself and Hyrule to become strained. Almost nobody in the Kingdom trusts Onkled after those past events.
Gwonam's nearly identical twin brother. His appearance is exactly like Gwonam's except for the color of his turban. He and Gwonam were separated at birth and reunited at old age, causing a small period of confusion between the two. He is very closed-minded and anti-social, spending very little time with people and almost never wanting to talk. In fact, he forcefully hit Link for asking him to talk. Of course, this provoked Harkinian who took action against Namowg and gave him a severe dressing down.
Originally thought to be Gwonam's ghost, Namowg was first seen in the castle after Harkinian frightened Gwonam, giving him a heart attack. Namowg appeared on the scene to assess the damage and to revive his collapsed brother. He is introduced the next day with somewhat mixed results.
It has been seen that Namowg possesses the ability to move extremely fast, almost to the point of invisibility. He demonstrated this when attacking King Harkinian after Harkinian beat him several times in Call of Duty. He owns an X-wing, just like his brother Gwonam. However, it is unknown where he purchased the starfighter.
(Main article) "Fo' sho'."
Morshu is the shopkeep of Hyrule. He's a large, jolly man who loves making sales and gaining money. He enjoys selling items to his most valued customer, Link. His shop mostly carries weapons and sexual pleasure novelties. He sells vibrators on sale every once in a wihle, marking them 60% off or more, which encourages more sales to King Harkinian, Mayor Kravindish and Zelda.
Morshu runs his shop with the help of Ganon, with whom he is best friends for reasons unknown.
Each season contains 14 episodes, Season 4 is currently in progress. Each episode ranges in length, the longest currently being Gwonam Buys an X-wing on eBay.
|1.||1.||Link Tries Ritual Head Separation||1/3/12|
|2.||2.||If Ganon Liked My Little Pony, What Would the King Do?||1/12/12|
|3.||3.||The King Makes Absolutely No Sense||1/26/12|
|4.||4.||Sentence Mixing is Funny||1/28/12|
|6.||6.||Ganon Plots Against Link||2/5/12|
|7.||7.||Harkinian Mistakes Gwonam's House for Ganon's||6/21/12|
|8.||8.||The Great Rapist||6/29/12|
|9.||9.||Lip Syncing with King Harkinian||6/30/12|
|10.||10.||Gwonam Breaks King Harkinian's Face||8/14/12|
|11.||11.||Ganon is Up To His Antics Yet Again||8/24/12|
|12.||12.||King Harkinian Learns His Lesson||8/29/12|
|13.||13.||Harkinian Destroys the Earth||9/3/12|
|5.||19.||A Dish Best Served Cold||1013/12|
|6.||20.||Don't Diss Lupay||11/1/12|
|7.||21.||Gwonam Suffers a Heart Attack||11/6/12|
|8.||22.||Meet the Namowg||11/13/12|
|9.||23.||Kickball in the Castle||11/19/12|
|10.||24.||Queen - Boi...||11/24/12|
|11.||25.||Why Use the Earth?||11/25/12|
|13.||27.||Gwonam Buys an X-wing on eBay||12/10/12|
|1.||29.||Ganon Invents Life||2/2/13|
|2.||30.||Revenge Only Gets You Killed||2/13/13|
|4.||32.||Harkinian is Finally Censored||2/22/13|
|5.||33.||Typical Sunday Afternoon||3/2/13|
|8.||36.||Harkinian Decides to Cut Loose||4/1/13|
|9.||37.||No One Will Ever Get The Reference||4/15/13|
|10.||38.||Harkinian's TV Time||4/21/13|
|11.||39.||The Price Is Not Right||6/5/13|
|12.||40||A Camera a Day Keeps the Gwonam Away||7/26/13|
|13.||41.||When Gwonam's Rage Breaks||7/31/13|
|1.||43.||Revenge of the Wizard||8/18/13|
|4.||46.||Duke Onkled Forgets To Pay His Taxes||10/26/13|
|5.||47.||When Link Shows Up Late||12/1/13|
|6.||48.||Impa Finds A New Distraction||12/19/13|
|7.||49.||Ho Ho Hyrule||12/24/13|
|8.||50.||Something Evil This Way Comes||2/12/14|
|9.||51.||Gwonam Breaks an X-wing from eBay||4/5/14|
|10.||52.||Harkinian Goes to Court: Episode I||4/7/14|
|11.||53.||July 4 in Hyrule||7/4/13|
|12.||54.||Gwonam vs. the Statistics||7/21/14|
|13.||55.||Return of the Meen||8/14/14|
|14.||56.||Harkinian Seeks Pleasure||1/30/15|
|1.||57.||Hyrule Visits 1993||3/1/15|
|2.||58.||King Wars: The Lost Tape||3/16/15|
|6.||62.||Trouble in the Ison Corridor||6/17/15|
|7.||63.||Link Eats Himself||10/3/15|
|8.||64.||99 Problems but a Flute Ain't One||11/1/15|
|10.||66.||Never Trust a Tanuki||1/26/16|
|11.||67.||Eye for an Eye||4/5/16|
|14.||70.||Harkinian Goes to Court: Episode II||9/2/16|
- The series sometimes features subtle and obscure references to other media. One example is the title When Gwonam's Rage Breaks, which is a reference to When Vegeta's Rage Breaks by TeamFourStar.