The Legend of Zelda: The Broken Chain
Goddess of Power, Din is one of the Three Golden Goddesses
Aliases: Goddess of Power, Goddess of Fire, Goddess of Spirit, Golden Goddess
Home: Sacred Realm
Affiliations: Three Golden Goddesses, Nayrue, Faore, Hyrule
Physical Description: Din is the epitome of fierce, dominating beauty. Tall and dark-toned compared to her siblings, she radiates strength and pride. Ruby eyes and hair perfectly complement her bronzed skin. Long and muscular, Din’s well-defined muscles suggest a strength that surpass that of most men.
Din is known to wear the the most vibrant silks and jewelry, clothing herself with flamboyant, yet practical garments. Most often choosing reds, purples and oranges, she often appears as though a fiery desert dancer or gypsy. Fueling that image is her choice of jewelry, being short but dangly, preferring bangles, torques, earrings and paints. She is often known to be adorned with henna.
Personality: Like the elements she commands, Din is fiery and dominating-a born leader. Prideful, willful, charismatic, passionate-these are all attributes that describe Din.
Din is something of the balancing point between Nayrue and Faore. She is as vain and regal as Nayrue, yet lacks her patience and subtlety. She is as passionate and freewheeling as Faore, but is not as unrefined or spastic.
Din’s downfall is her unrelenting pride and confidence; she feels virtually nothing is beyond her ability. When confronted with a challenge of any sort, she will always attack it head on, attempting to completely overpower it, even when it is blatantly obvious to anyone else that she is outmatched. Whether it is in the context of competitions, battle, conversation or anything else, she utterly hopeless in her confidence. When she ultimately finds herself outdone, she may either sulk like a spoiled child or go into a flying rage.
Abilities: As a powerful goddess and master of flame and soul,
History: Din, along with her sisters Nayrue and Faore, known as the Three Golden Goddesses, are credited with the creation of the world. Din was responsible for the creation of the land itself, making the rock and fiery core and volcanoes of the world.