While Fi does not appear in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, her character is strongly alluded to in various cutscenes, including playing the sound effect that plays when she speaks, although it is not confirmed if they intentionally refer to Fi or not. He felt that her tutorials were potentially damaging for Skyward Sword's dungeons. Be wary of the remaining durability of this item.

I reside within your sword and will accompany you in your travels.

Take it, and place it within the altar behind me. Fi possesses the capacity to communicate non-verbally with machinery, and may do so over extremely large distances. She can withstand large amounts of heat and energy, which she uses to absorb and redirect the Sacred Flames into the Master Sword.

Since being revealed, Fi has been met with mostly mixed to negative reception. Link is controlled using the Wii Remote and Nunchuk, and the Wii MotionPlus peripheral is required to play. I must aid you in fulfilling the great destiny that is your burden to carry. To expedite your search for these forest-dwelling creatures, I have added. [37] Curiously, Fi has an innate inability to comprehend human emotions despite being capable of detecting them. When Zelda questions Link's skill with the Master Sword, she refers to Fi indirectly, saying that legends tell of a voice within the sword and asking if Link can hear it.
When I first awoke and began this task, I perceived it as merely serving my function as a servant to Her Grace. Thus from within the Master Sword, Fi presumably continues to oppose the evil created by Demise's defeat by choosing a hero like her original master to wield her sword form and at times even guiding the incarnations of Zelda and Link to fulfil their destiny, through speaking to them or in Link's case through testing him to ensure he is ready. It is possible that Fi still resides in the Master Sword while in her eternal slumber, remaining inactive and unaware of outside events. I will signal the robot with a telepathic transmission. Skyloft It is revealed that Fi was created to assist the chosen hero, and Link later has to put Fi into an eternal slumber after their adventure is at its end. This may be a nod to Fi's statement in Skyward Sword, where she wholeheartedly hopes to meet him again in another life indicating she is happy to be wielded by her chosen hero once more as Link's incarnations remained her of her former master. Her style of speech is also emotionless and robotic,[13] and she has a propensity for providing statistical percentages for various conditions. Alternate form(s)

Fi appears as a playable character in Hyrule Warriors. Spirit of the SwordMiss Fi In her final moments before entering an eternal slumber to seal away the remains of Demise's consciousness, Fi tells Link how she learned much from their time together and thanks him wholeheartedly with the hope that they would one day meet again. However, in Breath of the Wild, when the Sword "speaks" to Zelda, it glows blue and makes sound similar to the sound the sword make before Fi speaks through or manifests from the sword in Skyward Sword though only Zelda can hear it speak apparently due to her powers which are heavily implied to be inherited from Hylia through her mortal incarnation the Spirit Maiden Zelda from Skyward Sword which makes sense as Hylia was Fi's creator and Fi is a sword spirit. Similarly, playing the Goddess's Harp at points needed to advance in the game will cause Fi to sing along the melody.

[30] When Link needs to locate a certain person or item, Fi will add a Dowsing option accordingly. Fi also refers to Link as "Master" throughout most of the journey. She may be able to communicate clearly with Zelda and her various incarnations, as it is implied by Zelda herself that her grandmother could hear spirits due to the latent power inherited from Hylia. Fi is a recurring character in The Legend of Zelda series. [20][21][22], In the end, Zelda mentions that she can no longer hear the voice inside the Master Sword, assuming it is because her power has dwindled over the past 100 years, yet she accepts that.[23]. [1] Her function originally was different than it was in the final game. [8], The goddess Hylia created the Goddess Sword and Fi, an intelligent humanoid spirit who resides in the Sword, and gave them the purpose of assisting Hylia's Chosen Hero in fulfilling his destiny of defeating Demise. First appearance She can now help you use your dowsing ability to search for more objects! Whenever Link hits certain Goddess Crests with a Skyward Strike, a message intended for Hylia's Chosen Hero will awaken deep within Fi's memory. [2] The designers created Fi to serve as a counterpart to a silent protagonist in order to provide hints, navigate, and storytelling.[2]. Fi's personality is rather formal; she is very intelligent and level-headed, constantly analyzing any situation and giving a calculated assessment on the odds. Fi is a spirit that resides within a sword called the Goddess Sword, which eventually became the Master Sword. Fi has great mobility and crowd control, constantly moving with her attacks and has wide, sweeping blows that have no difficulty hitting multiple foes at once. Link's companion in The Legend of Zelda Skyward Sword. This design was used as the basis for her final appearance, which also incorporates design elements of the Master Sword itself. An early design for Fi drew inspiration from the Fairy Queen from The Wind Waker,[40] and depicted her with a grayer aesthetic. This would mean she would have been lying dormant within the Master Sword during the adventures of the various future incarnations of Link who wielded it. Come, Link. Thank you, Master Link. ", "Take a trip through Neo-San Francisco in the Read Only Memories demo", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Fi_(The_Legend_of_Zelda)&oldid=978018629, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 12 September 2020, at 11:25. Despite stating to have difficulty in feeling and understanding emotions, Fi also truly did come to care for Link as her friend, as evident when she states her gratitude to him. When the time comes for the Goddess's chosen hero, Link, to set out on his quest to stop Demise, Fi appears in one of his dreams, and once he awakens, guides him to a hidden chamber found inside the Statue of the Goddess in Skyloft. She does not wield a weapon in battle, as she is the Goddess Sword itself. After completing the Trial of the Sword, while Link is observing the new power unlocked within the Master Sword, Fi's sound effect plays and the Sword glows once more. [11] Despite finding her interruptions annoying, Chris Schilling of Vice felt that the ability to ignore some of the tutorials made it better than it seemed. (Zelda's statements imply Zelda's mother was not an incarnation of Zelda as she told Zelda she inherited the latent power from her grandmother implying her mother married into the Royal Family with Zelda's father and grandmother being descended from Hylia's mortal incarnation, though the late Queen was to assist in Zelda's training before her death and was apparently knowledgeable of the power possessed by bloodline female members of the Royal Family). BS The Legend of Zelda: Ancient Stone Tablets, Color Changing Tingle's Love Balloon Trip, The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword characters, The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Adventures, Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U, Eiji Aonuma about Fi being genderless but having "a feminine figure", https://zelda.fandom.com/wiki/Fi?oldid=544279. [38], Fi refers to Link as her Master, having recognized him as the Chosen Hero to complete Hylia's mission. In an interview for the Nintendo Official Magazine, Eiji Aonuma stated that Fi is not female, but does affirm that Fi has a feminine figure. In the name of my creator, draw the sword and raise it skyward. The Chinese character 輝, which in Cantonese retains the pronunciation /faɪ/ (fahy), means brightness, possibly referencing the metallic luster of the Goddess Sword. Therefore, in a sense, she would have fulfilled her wish of meeting Link again, though they would be different Links, and Fi would presumably not be fully aware of the meeting. As the Goddess Sword was in its pedestal inside the Statue of the Goddess at the time, this suggests that the Hyrule Warriors scenario takes place before the events of Skyward Sword. This is further complicated by Link's 'silent protagonist' nature (outside dialogue questions, responses and Adventure Log quest summaries). Her fighting style is very elegant, and resembles ballet dancing, using her legs and feet to deal damage. [1] She bears a resemblance to the Queen of Fairies from The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker and The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Adventures; the significance of this, if any, is not elaborated upon. Non-canon warning: This article or section contains non-canonical information that is not considered to be an official part of the Legend of Zelda series and should not be considered part of the overall storyline.

Whenever Link must play a song on the Goddess's Harp to advance in the game, Fi sings along with him to cause the desired effect of the song. She found her emotionless manner of speech "endearing. In Sealed Ambition, Fi assists in defeating The Imprisoned and Ghirahim on the Sealed Grounds. With the spirit of the blade at his side, he shall soar over the clouds and plummet below... ...And united with the spirit maiden, shall bring forth a piercing light that resurrects the land. It can sense important people and items and help Link to locate them, acting as a sort of compass. Physically, she has a humanoid feminine figure despite being genderless. In The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, references to Fi are heavily alluded to in three of Link's memories (Recovered Memory #3: "Resolve and Grief", #17: "Zelda's Awakening", #18: "The Master Sword"). In Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, Fi appears as a Trophy. When Zelda questions Link's skill with the Master Sword, she refers to Fi indirectly, saying that legends tell of a voice within the sword and asking if Link can hear it. La Leyenda de Zelda: La Espada del Cielo) es un juego de acción-aventura para la videoconsola Wii. Master, I have a message written in the language of the gods of old. Despite her supposed lack of emotions, she is a graceful dancer and capable singer.

[7][8] Chris Carter of Destructoid criticized her, noting that her design and role in Skyward Sword were good, but added that he could not stand her interrupting the gameplay as much as she did.
Created by the goddess Hylia untold years before the events of Skyward Sword as part of a two-part fail safe against Demise, Fi is the humanoid representation of the Goddess Sword.
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As the one chosen by my creator, it is your destiny. I have been waiting for you. Hometown Slightly increases the power of neutral special moves. Fi follows in the tradition of past Link companions by translating messages for Link; in her case, these messages are from the gods of old.

The sword's voice implied to be Fi tells Zelda that Link can still be saved reminding Zelda of the Shrine of Resurrection an ancient Sheikah medical facility she and the Sheikah research team had uncovered and as a result Zelda insists to two Sheikah warriors that find them, that Link be taken to the Shrine immediately. In Breath of the Wild, the Master Sword is known primarily as "The Sword that seals the Darkness", potentially referencing Fi's role in sealing Demise's lingering consciousness.

While Fi does not appear in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, her character is strongly alluded to in various cutscenes, including playing the sound effect that plays when she speaks, although it is not confirmed if they intentionally refer to Fi or not. He felt that her tutorials were potentially damaging for Skyward Sword's dungeons. Be wary of the remaining durability of this item.

I reside within your sword and will accompany you in your travels.

Take it, and place it within the altar behind me. Fi possesses the capacity to communicate non-verbally with machinery, and may do so over extremely large distances. She can withstand large amounts of heat and energy, which she uses to absorb and redirect the Sacred Flames into the Master Sword.

Since being revealed, Fi has been met with mostly mixed to negative reception. Link is controlled using the Wii Remote and Nunchuk, and the Wii MotionPlus peripheral is required to play. I must aid you in fulfilling the great destiny that is your burden to carry. To expedite your search for these forest-dwelling creatures, I have added. [37] Curiously, Fi has an innate inability to comprehend human emotions despite being capable of detecting them. When Zelda questions Link's skill with the Master Sword, she refers to Fi indirectly, saying that legends tell of a voice within the sword and asking if Link can hear it.
When I first awoke and began this task, I perceived it as merely serving my function as a servant to Her Grace. Thus from within the Master Sword, Fi presumably continues to oppose the evil created by Demise's defeat by choosing a hero like her original master to wield her sword form and at times even guiding the incarnations of Zelda and Link to fulfil their destiny, through speaking to them or in Link's case through testing him to ensure he is ready. It is possible that Fi still resides in the Master Sword while in her eternal slumber, remaining inactive and unaware of outside events. I will signal the robot with a telepathic transmission. Skyloft It is revealed that Fi was created to assist the chosen hero, and Link later has to put Fi into an eternal slumber after their adventure is at its end. This may be a nod to Fi's statement in Skyward Sword, where she wholeheartedly hopes to meet him again in another life indicating she is happy to be wielded by her chosen hero once more as Link's incarnations remained her of her former master. Her style of speech is also emotionless and robotic,[13] and she has a propensity for providing statistical percentages for various conditions. Alternate form(s)

Fi appears as a playable character in Hyrule Warriors. Spirit of the SwordMiss Fi In her final moments before entering an eternal slumber to seal away the remains of Demise's consciousness, Fi tells Link how she learned much from their time together and thanks him wholeheartedly with the hope that they would one day meet again. However, in Breath of the Wild, when the Sword "speaks" to Zelda, it glows blue and makes sound similar to the sound the sword make before Fi speaks through or manifests from the sword in Skyward Sword though only Zelda can hear it speak apparently due to her powers which are heavily implied to be inherited from Hylia through her mortal incarnation the Spirit Maiden Zelda from Skyward Sword which makes sense as Hylia was Fi's creator and Fi is a sword spirit. Similarly, playing the Goddess's Harp at points needed to advance in the game will cause Fi to sing along the melody.

[30] When Link needs to locate a certain person or item, Fi will add a Dowsing option accordingly. Fi also refers to Link as "Master" throughout most of the journey. She may be able to communicate clearly with Zelda and her various incarnations, as it is implied by Zelda herself that her grandmother could hear spirits due to the latent power inherited from Hylia. Fi is a recurring character in The Legend of Zelda series. [20][21][22], In the end, Zelda mentions that she can no longer hear the voice inside the Master Sword, assuming it is because her power has dwindled over the past 100 years, yet she accepts that.[23]. [1] Her function originally was different than it was in the final game. [8], The goddess Hylia created the Goddess Sword and Fi, an intelligent humanoid spirit who resides in the Sword, and gave them the purpose of assisting Hylia's Chosen Hero in fulfilling his destiny of defeating Demise. First appearance She can now help you use your dowsing ability to search for more objects! Whenever Link hits certain Goddess Crests with a Skyward Strike, a message intended for Hylia's Chosen Hero will awaken deep within Fi's memory. [2] The designers created Fi to serve as a counterpart to a silent protagonist in order to provide hints, navigate, and storytelling.[2]. Fi's personality is rather formal; she is very intelligent and level-headed, constantly analyzing any situation and giving a calculated assessment on the odds. Fi is a spirit that resides within a sword called the Goddess Sword, which eventually became the Master Sword. Fi has great mobility and crowd control, constantly moving with her attacks and has wide, sweeping blows that have no difficulty hitting multiple foes at once. Link's companion in The Legend of Zelda Skyward Sword. This design was used as the basis for her final appearance, which also incorporates design elements of the Master Sword itself. An early design for Fi drew inspiration from the Fairy Queen from The Wind Waker,[40] and depicted her with a grayer aesthetic. This would mean she would have been lying dormant within the Master Sword during the adventures of the various future incarnations of Link who wielded it. Come, Link. Thank you, Master Link. ", "Take a trip through Neo-San Francisco in the Read Only Memories demo", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Fi_(The_Legend_of_Zelda)&oldid=978018629, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 12 September 2020, at 11:25. Despite stating to have difficulty in feeling and understanding emotions, Fi also truly did come to care for Link as her friend, as evident when she states her gratitude to him. When the time comes for the Goddess's chosen hero, Link, to set out on his quest to stop Demise, Fi appears in one of his dreams, and once he awakens, guides him to a hidden chamber found inside the Statue of the Goddess in Skyloft. She does not wield a weapon in battle, as she is the Goddess Sword itself. After completing the Trial of the Sword, while Link is observing the new power unlocked within the Master Sword, Fi's sound effect plays and the Sword glows once more. [11] Despite finding her interruptions annoying, Chris Schilling of Vice felt that the ability to ignore some of the tutorials made it better than it seemed. (Zelda's statements imply Zelda's mother was not an incarnation of Zelda as she told Zelda she inherited the latent power from her grandmother implying her mother married into the Royal Family with Zelda's father and grandmother being descended from Hylia's mortal incarnation, though the late Queen was to assist in Zelda's training before her death and was apparently knowledgeable of the power possessed by bloodline female members of the Royal Family). BS The Legend of Zelda: Ancient Stone Tablets, Color Changing Tingle's Love Balloon Trip, The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword characters, The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Adventures, Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U, Eiji Aonuma about Fi being genderless but having "a feminine figure", https://zelda.fandom.com/wiki/Fi?oldid=544279. [38], Fi refers to Link as her Master, having recognized him as the Chosen Hero to complete Hylia's mission. In an interview for the Nintendo Official Magazine, Eiji Aonuma stated that Fi is not female, but does affirm that Fi has a feminine figure. In the name of my creator, draw the sword and raise it skyward. The Chinese character 輝, which in Cantonese retains the pronunciation /faɪ/ (fahy), means brightness, possibly referencing the metallic luster of the Goddess Sword. Therefore, in a sense, she would have fulfilled her wish of meeting Link again, though they would be different Links, and Fi would presumably not be fully aware of the meeting. As the Goddess Sword was in its pedestal inside the Statue of the Goddess at the time, this suggests that the Hyrule Warriors scenario takes place before the events of Skyward Sword. This is further complicated by Link's 'silent protagonist' nature (outside dialogue questions, responses and Adventure Log quest summaries). Her fighting style is very elegant, and resembles ballet dancing, using her legs and feet to deal damage. [1] She bears a resemblance to the Queen of Fairies from The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker and The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Adventures; the significance of this, if any, is not elaborated upon. Non-canon warning: This article or section contains non-canonical information that is not considered to be an official part of the Legend of Zelda series and should not be considered part of the overall storyline.

Whenever Link must play a song on the Goddess's Harp to advance in the game, Fi sings along with him to cause the desired effect of the song. She found her emotionless manner of speech "endearing. In Sealed Ambition, Fi assists in defeating The Imprisoned and Ghirahim on the Sealed Grounds. With the spirit of the blade at his side, he shall soar over the clouds and plummet below... ...And united with the spirit maiden, shall bring forth a piercing light that resurrects the land. It can sense important people and items and help Link to locate them, acting as a sort of compass. Physically, she has a humanoid feminine figure despite being genderless. In The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, references to Fi are heavily alluded to in three of Link's memories (Recovered Memory #3: "Resolve and Grief", #17: "Zelda's Awakening", #18: "The Master Sword"). In Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, Fi appears as a Trophy. When Zelda questions Link's skill with the Master Sword, she refers to Fi indirectly, saying that legends tell of a voice within the sword and asking if Link can hear it. La Leyenda de Zelda: La Espada del Cielo) es un juego de acción-aventura para la videoconsola Wii. Master, I have a message written in the language of the gods of old. Despite her supposed lack of emotions, she is a graceful dancer and capable singer.

[7][8] Chris Carter of Destructoid criticized her, noting that her design and role in Skyward Sword were good, but added that he could not stand her interrupting the gameplay as much as she did.
Created by the goddess Hylia untold years before the events of Skyward Sword as part of a two-part fail safe against Demise, Fi is the humanoid representation of the Goddess Sword.

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