Well since he is still Link but just wearing a mask, pretty much yeah.
Actually, Link lost his Triforce piece when he went to Termina, so no.
^ Is right. First off, OoT Link only got the Triforce of Courage when Ganondorf touched the Triforce with an unbalanced heart, which means Link only has it as an adult. Second off, after the events of Ocarina of Time, Link is returned to his childhood and travels to Termina. Having returned to his childhood, he never gained the Triforce of Courage, so no Fierce Deity Link would not have the Triforce.
^ Link keeps the Triforce of Courage when he is sent back in time. Hyrule Historia states he used it as proof to Zelda's father of what Ganondorf had done. This is how Ganondorf got the Triforce of Power in TP. In this sense, Fierce Deity Link does hold the Triforce of Courage. The Gift (talk) 20:50, October 7, 2012 (UTC)
^Yep, there's proof right here:DarmaniTheFourth (talk) 21:10, October 7, 2012 (UTC)
Actually, if you look on Fierce Deity's armor there is a yellow triangle which is most likely the triforce and possibly that of power.
^ I see where you got that from. But, just because there is an image of it on his chestplate, dose`nt mean that it is the actual thing. I could draw the triforce on the back of my hand with a sharpie, but would that give me the Triforce of Creative Artistry? Let me check...nope. Just a reason to get washable markers. You see what I`m saying? It`s just an image for decoration on his armor. --Jesus Kravitz (talk) 19:37, October 7, 2012 (UTC)
The Fierce Deity himself, could not possibly have any triforce pieces. Considering the fact that he is a deity, and according to Skyward Sword, Hylia could not use the power of the Triforce because she was a deity. The race of gods/goddesses cannot use the Triforce. Link himself can.02:31, October 8, 2012 (UTC)
- ^ Haha, just say that you did it to win an argument over the internet. 14:13, October 8, 2012 (UTC)