italian legends

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Update 1.2.0

Voice toggle for all languages (text via system) Dual language support.

Starting today, players will be able to experience the game in one of nine audio languages [Japanese, English, French (France), French (Canada), German, Spanish (Spain), Spanish (Latin America), Italian and Russian], with a different language used for on-screen text by downloading a free software update. To enable this feature in the Wii U version of the game, players will need to download a Voice Pack from Nintendo eShop.


My edit: The Children of Morgan Le Fay in Italian Arthurian Legends: Pulzella Gaia 

Pulzella Gaia (Merry Maid) is a cantare cavalleresco (chivalry poem) written by an anonymous author of the XV century. In the beginning of the poem, Messer Galvano (Sir Gawain) betted Troiano/Tristano (Sir Tristain): the one who would bring the most beautiful  prey, would win the challenge. Sir Gawain in a lake saw the biggest water-snake that he had ever seen. The knight started to fight with the snake, but it happened that he was in difficult, so pretended to be Sir Lancelot to cheat the beast. But the snake said to him that she had already fought against Sir Lancelot, and that Gawain looked “more wise and more  learned” than Sir Lancelot. After the snake turned into a beautiful maiden, who told him that her name was Pulzella Gaia, and she was the daughter of Morgan Le Fay. They fell in love, but Pulzella Gaia said to him that their love had to remain a secret. When he returned to Camelot, Guinevere and the other knights started to be suspicious towards Gawain, who didn’t want to reveal who is his lover. Guinevere was so angry that wanted that Arthur executed his nephew for having lyed about his lover. In the same time, Morgan Le Fay imprisoned her daughter in the castle of Palaus. Gawain succeeded in rescuing her, and the two lovers could live happily together. 

This isn’t the only poem in which Gaia appeared. She appeared also in another cantare cavalleresco, La Tavola Rotonda, in which Morgan wanted her to marry Sir Tristan, but she refused. She was kidnapped by a cruel knight called Burletta, but Sir Lancelot rescued her.