Valoo

Valoo is a character from the Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker. He lives atop Dragon Roost Island and protects the Rito tribe that also resides there. When a Rito comes of age, they travel to the top of Dragon Roost to receive a scale from Valoo that enables them to grow their wings. When Link first travels to the island a monster is torturing Valoo, preventing young Rito from getting their wings. Link must defeat the monster using Valoo’s tail in the very first boss battle of the game.

The papercraft stands at about 12cm tall, depending on how high up you position the head. It wasn’t created in Pepakura, so unfortunately there is no .pdo to help with construction, but for help there are full diagram instructions with the recommended build order, and check out the finished build picture for the positioning of parts.

Wind Waker Wizzrobe (V3)

The Red Wizzrobe is a Mini Boss of the Wind Temple in Wind Waker. It is more powerful than regular Wizzrobes, and can summon other enemies to help in the fight.

Tips: A folder of picture and text instructions is included with the download, just view them one after the other in the order of the file name. 

Dimensions:

Height: 19cm
Width: 16cm
Depth: 25cm

Pages: 5
Parts: 47
Difficulty: Medium/Hard

Wind Waker Pigs

Pigs played a similar role to cuccos in the Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker. They will run away when chased, but are easy to catch if you sneak up behind them. When fed bait, they will dig in the ground and might uncover something interesting.

Tips: Follow the build order on the templates. the lettered parts are legs and ears, and there are corresponding letters next to the holes they should fit into.

Dimensions:

Height: 9cm
Width: 7cm
Depth: 11cm

Pages: 1
Parts: 18
Difficulty: Easy

Armos (Wind Waker)

Armos have appeared in many Zelda games to date. In Wind Waker, the best strategy to defeat them is to shoot them in the eye, paralysing it and enabling Link to attack the gem on their backs. Link can also sneak around the back to attack their weak spot.

Tips: Build from the top down. Take your time when gluing the smallest parts, and wait for the glue to dry before moving on to the next flap. After testbuilding, I found it easier to stick on the spikes without flaps. To do this, just apply a small amount of glue to edge you want to stick and if you use PVA glue you'll find it will attach quite quickly and easily.

Dimensions:

Height: 18cm
Width: 14cm
Depth: 16cm

Pages: 4
Parts: 34
Difficulty: Easy/Medium

Beedle (Wind Waker)

Beedle has appeared in four Zelda games to date: Wind Waker, Minish Cap, Phantom Hourglass and Spirit Tracks. He is a businessman who owns a shops that sells and sometimes buys back certain items. He uses a membership scheme where you get discounts for being a regular customer.

Tips:
Build from the bottom up. Seal at the bottom of the hair. The template is numbered, so follow the numbers for the building order. Two parts that share the same number can built in either order.

Dimensions:

Height: 25cm
Width: 15cm
Depth: 12cm

Pages: 6
Parts: 69
Difficulty: Medium

Niko (Wind Waker)

Niko is one of Tetra's pirates in The Legend of Zelda: the Wind Waker. He is the lowest-ranking member of the pirates - at least until Link comes along.

Tips: Start with the top of the head and build down. Build the arms from the hands up to the shoulders, and then attach to the body. Do the same with the legs, build feet up and attach them once fully built. You may want to put a little glue on the arms to help hold them in the position you want. You will probably need to put some weights in his feet to help him stand up.

Dimensions:

Height: 20cm
Width: 11cm
Depth: 10cm

Pages: 5
Parts: 59
Difficulty: Medium

David Jr. (Wind Waker)

David Jr. appears in The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker, and Minish Cap. He helps Tingle and dresses up like him and his bothers, Ankle and Knuckle, but is not actually related to any of them.

Tips: Build from the head down. The arms and legs can be tricky, so when you get to them build from the hands or feet upwards, and complete the whole limb before attaching it to the body and carrying on. You will probably need to use weights to help it stand up, and seal it at his bottom.

Dimensions:

Height: 21cm
Width: 9cm
Depth: 9cm

Pages: 4
Parts: 60
Difficulty: Medium/Hard

Wind Waker Rat

This papercraft is of the rats that appear in the Legend of Zelda: the Wind Waker. These sneaky little critters will attack Link and attempt to steal some of his Rupees, or sell him various items if he scatters All-purpose Bait in front of one of their holes.

Tips: The difficulty of this craft is about medium. The parts on the template are numbered, so follow that if you need help. Sealing off can be very fiddly, so take your time and use a cocktail stick or something small and thin to get into the gaps. Cut out the eyes from their black background and stick them to head. Bend the tooth in the middle, put some glue along the top and press it to the roof of the mouth. This should be enough to hold it in place.

Dimensions:

Height: 15cm
Width: 12cm
Depth: 20cm
Pages: 3

Keese (Wind Waker)

Keese are a common low-level enemy in The Legend of Zelda series, with their first appearance being in the very first game. They resemble bats, and in certain games have fire and ice variations. There are two versions of this craft: a regular Keese and a Fire Keese, both from their appearance in The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker.

Dimensions:

Height: 23cm
Width: 38cm
Depth: 20cm
Pages: 9

Wind Waker Crab

Crabs feature in the Zelda game The Legend of Zelda: the Wind Waker. These crabs can be found on Outset island as well as a few other beaches across the game. They cannot hurt Link, and will bury themselves in the sand if he approaches.

Dimensions:

Height: 18cm
Width: 20cm
Depth: 9cm
Pages: 4

Prince Komali (Wind Waker)

Komali is the prince of the Rito tribe from The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker. He gives you Din's pearl when you calm Valoo at the top of Dragon Roost Island by defeating the boss that resides in the temple. He is very close friends with Medli, another Rito and a Sage of the Master Sword.

Dimensions:

Height: 25cm
Width: 14cm
Depth: 10cm
Pages: 9

Link's House (Wind Waker)

When you start your quest in The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker, you'll be on Outset Island, home to Link, Aryll, their Grandma and the other residents. This papercraft is of the house that Link lives in on the island.

Dimensions:

Height: 10cm
Width: 19.3
Depth: 17.7cm
Pages: 6