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Zelda unleashes a furniture Katamari in this Zelda: Echoes of Wisdom fan-art

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The Legend of Zelda: Echoes of Wisdom bestows object-cloning powers upon its protagonist and one artist has taken things to the next level, depicting Zelda wielding a terrifying furniture Katamari.

Last week’s Nintendo Direct revealed that we are getting a new The Legend of Zelda game where, after years of her name being in the title, Princess Zelda is the primary protagonist. But it also revealed she was getting a new skill, the ability to create copies of things.

The trailer, which you can watch below, does show her duplicating enemies, which seems like a horrifying existential nightmare. But it largely focuses on her ability to copy furniture, boxes and so on to ascend to previously unreachable locations.

Zelda fans have been absolutely captivated by this talent, and we’re there with them. There’s fan art of Zelda smacking enemies with chairs, and conjuring up Animal Crossing’s famous Froggy Chair (via Polygon).

One fan, however, has given Zelda the God-tier talent to merge tables into a massive furniture Katamari. Artist Leaf’s brilliant cartoon has Princess Zelda hovering in the air, wielding a colossal collection of tables, seconds from hurling them onto a panicked foe.

“She ransacked whole of Ikea for this attack,” Leaf explains. Maybe Katamari Damacy’s Prince of All Cosmos lent her a hand, but it’s still a terrifying vision. Let’s hope she doesn’t get carried away and start rolling up the whole of Hyrule. That might make the game just a little too easy.

You can follow Leaf on Twitter for more cool art, including a breakdancing take on Sonic Mania’s cover. The Legend of Zelda: Echoes of Wisdom launches on Nintendo Switch this September 26, so you’ll be able to try those furniture skills out for yourself.

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