|Full Name||Princess Midna|
|Alliances||Link, Princess Zelda, The Twili People|
|Personality Type(s)||Mischievous, mysterious|
|Talent(s)||Grips things and attacks with hair|
"Do you now understand what I am? I'm a descendant of the tribe that was banished to the Twilight Realm!"
— Midna (Twilight Princess)
Midna is a main protagonist and makes her first debut in Twilight Princess, and is the descendant of the ancient tribe that was banished to the Twilight Realm. She aids Link throughout the game and rides on his back when he is a wolf. She wears a piece of the fused shadow on her head, and has orange hair that can grip things or can even be used to attack. She is gray and white, and has weird glowing blue markings on her body. She is also known to have a mischievous personality and is known to imitate Link at times.
In the beginning, she was transformed into her imp form by Zant, who was jealous of her rule.
When Link is in his wolf form for the first time and locked up in a cage in the Hyrule Castle Sewers, he encounters Midna, who helps him escape and makes a deal with him.
The deal is that since she helped him escape, he has to do what she says. She then brings him to Princess Zelda, in which she tells Link that Hyrule Kingdom was taken over by Zant, and that he shrouded the land in Twilight, turning many townsfolk into spirits. Midna then reminds Link about the Ordon childen who were kidnapped, exclaiming she would help him save them if he does what she wants. After saving them, she ends up telling Link that she wants him get the other pieces of the Fused Shadow for her, but after they gathered all of the pieces they met up with Zant, which he took from Midna and then badly injures her by exposing her to the Light Spirit Lanaryu. Link also turns into a wolf after getting hit by a Shadow Crystal in which he aborbs inside his head.
With a dying Midna on his back, Link sets out to find Princess Zelda so she can help her. When he gets there, Princess Zelda then transfers all of her power into Midna and then disappears. Midna then wonders why Zelda would save her, and she decided to help Link save his own world too. After Link finds the Master Sword which lets him transform between Human and Wolf at will, they then set out to find the Mirror of Twilight, which is their only link to Zant. Midna then tells Link that she is a descendant of the ancient tribe that was banished to the Twilight Realm, and the story of Zant transforming her into her imp form.
After gathering all the pieces of the Mirror of Twilight, the Sages then tell Link that Midna is actually the Twilight Princess and the ruler of the Twili. They then warped into the Twilight Realm and defeated Zant, regaining the pieces of the Fused Shadow. Midna is then surprised because she didn't turn back into her true form. This is because Ganondorf, the true source of Zant's power, has not been defeated.
Setting out to face Ganondorf at Hyrule Castle, they enounter an strong forcefield protecting it. Midna then uses the power of the Fused Shadows to destroy the forcefield. When they finally get to Ganondorf, they find a possessed Zelda controlled by him. After Ganondorf was defeated and Zelda was saved, he was sealed away by the Sages for his misdoing. Link then watches as Midna is transformed into her true self because the curse has been broken.
Afterwards, Midna bids her farewell and returns to the Twilight Realm. After she warped into the Mirror of Twilight, it broke into many pieces, thus making it so she can never return.
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS/Wii U
Midna appears in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS/Wii U as a trophy and an Assist Trophy. When summoned in battle, she attacks players with her hair.
Midna appears in Hyrule Warriors as a playable character. Her appearance in this game is her first time ever being playable in the Zelda series.
It all starts when Midna is transformed into her imp form once more by Cia. Midna is searching for her so she can be transformed back into her true self. When she steals Agitha's butterfly, her and Lana think of Midna as a villain.
- For this subject's image gallery, see Gallery:Midna.