Talk:Later Hōjō clan

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The Late Hojo clan is a modern day clan, formed in the U.S., that follows the teachings of a leader, whose traditional name would be Mido. This is because the leader of the Kokiri was Mido. There are different clans, the Late Hojo being one of them, each with a similar belief system- that of the triforce. They believe that Din, the goddess of power, formed the earth, Ferore, the goddess of courage, made all life, and Nayru, created law that would guide the people. Most try to remain secretive, but if you see a person with a triforce (3 triangles) on their hand then they are most likely part of one of these clans. The creation of the hojo clan took place shortly after the realease of the Nintendo 64 game, The legend of Zelda, Ocarina of time. Each clan usually has a language, which could be anything from a cipher from the English language, or an entire different language, with its own symbols. Some clans also require their followers to prove themselves by participating in events that could lead to death or serious injury and others are just open clans, letting friends of clan members in. (Unsigned, undated)

What is this? Is this serious? LordAmeth 13:15, 27 July 2006 (UTC)
I would assume is the editor is making an elaborate joke based on the fact that the Hōjō Clan's mon looks identical to the Triforce of the Legend of Zelda video game/ entertainment franchise (where is serves as a recurring MacGuffin and religious symbol). But, maybe it is a real Zelda cult called Hōjō to be tongue-in-cheek. Who can say. Also, sorry to answer you seven years too late. Hope its not been eating away at you. Mr. G. Williams (talk) 21:14, 30 May 2013 (UTC)

Hojo emblem?[edit]

Is there any evidence that this Later Hojo clan used the same triforce emblem as the older Hojo clan? This should be either sourced or removed. SSBDelphiki (talk) 09:15, 29 December 2019 (UTC)