Her game of origin, The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess, reveals her backstory as being the next in line to rule the Twilight Realm, making her the "Twilight Princess" referred in the game's title. However, a power obsessed Twili man named Zant usurps the throne from Midna using powers granted to him by Ganon. Stripped of her power and turned into a diminutive imp-like creature, Midna flees to Hyrule. Midna later spies on Link's capture and transformation into a wolf by Zant's Shadow Beasts. She shows up in the prison to rescue him and coerces him to join her, forming a mutually beneficial relationship. While searching for the remaining Fused Shadows, items she believes can help her overthrow Zant, Midna becomes less insensitive and sassy toward Link. After obtaining the last Fused Shadow, Zant catches the two of them off guard and seizes the Fused Shadows; and exposes Midna to the Light Spirit Lanayru, causing her to fall ill and cursing Link to remain in wolf form. They seek the Master Sword to reverse this. Princess Zelda uses her abilities to heal Midna, though causing Zelda to disappear, and Midna to become a being of light. After obtaining the Master Sword, they begin their search for the Twilight Mirror. Upon discovery of the mirror, they find that Zant has broken it and scattered its pieces. After the mirror's restoration, Midna and Link finally travel to the Twilight Realm, where they defeat Zant. The two of them travel to Hyrule Castle to defeat Ganondorf, the source of Zant's power. After defeating Ganon's Bestial form, Midna uses the all of the power of the Fused Shadows to attempt to finish off Ganondorf, but is unsuccessful. After Ganondorf is defeated and Hyrule Castle is destroyed, Midna is revived and restored to her original humanoid form. At the end of the game, she returns to the Twilight Realm and shatters the Mirror of Twilight, an act that only the true ruler of the Twilight can do, preventing Light and Twilight from mixing, and preventing a potential repeat of Zant's actions by someone else.
Midna made minor appearances in Super Smash Bros. Brawl in the form of multiple collectible stickers and trophies. A song from Twilight Princess, "Midna's Lament," was featured as a song as well.
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