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    Quote Originally Posted by Serebii! View Post
    I got through the Fire Sanctuary getting another Empty Bottle and the Mogma Mitts to burrow underground, I got the third Sacred Flame and found Zelda in the second Gate Of Time. I am now up to finding Levias
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jigglychu View Post
    I don't see how that quote implies it was a gradual process. He just says they took these forms. If anything, that sounds more like it was instantaneous.
    If that works better for you, fine.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jigglychu View Post
    Fado being a Kokori doesn't really prove anything; the Kokiri are magical spirits that can change their shape.
    Rito Medli's ancestor was a Zora sage. The Zora became the Rito. Korok Makar's ancestor was a Kokiri sage. Again, I think the implication is clear enough, that we're meant to view the Korok as what the Kokiri became - whether by slow evolution or instant change, whichever works for you - just as we're meant to view the Rito as what the Zora became.



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    Quote Originally Posted by BCVM22 View Post
    Rito Medli's ancestor was a Zora sage. The Zora became the Rito. Korok Makar's ancestor was a Kokiri sage. Again, I think the implication is clear enough, that we're meant to view the Korok as what the Kokiri became - whether by slow evolution or instant change, whichever works for you - just as we're meant to view the Rito as what the Zora became.
    Well, yeah. That's obvious. I was just pointing out that there's no implication it was a gradual thing or instantaneous.
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    Ugh ... just got stuck on the devilish sealed crysal locked gate of the pirate ship of lanayru sand sea yeterday.

    The hint is so confusing. I even asked sheikah stone for help. Yet I answered wrong. I rage quit 2 hours later to find answers on the internet. And wow, biggest illusion I've never saw was at the hint and the gate's edge right before my eyes.
    Something that I like about this series. A powerful challenge of puzzles and rhythms.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jireh the provider View Post
    Ugh ... just got stuck on the devilish sealed crysal locked gate of the pirate ship of lanayru sand sea yeterday.

    The hint is so confusing. I even asked sheikah stone for help. Yet I answered wrong. I rage quit 2 hours later to find answers on the internet. And wow, biggest illusion I've never saw was at the hint and the gate's edge right before my eyes.
    Something that I like about this series. A powerful challenge of puzzles and rhythms.

    HAPPY 25TH ANNIVERSARY TO THE LEGEND OF ZELDA FROM THE Hyrulians living here at the Philippines!
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    You're a little late. The 25th anniversary was last year.
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    Hello, everybody!

    Ever since my post months ago, I've played many more Zelda games and 100%'d them including:

    The Legend of Zelda
    Zelda II: The Adventure of Link
    The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past
    The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening
    The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
    The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword

    I am working on 100%ing Majora's Mask right now, along with the other games I own. I was wondering two things about Twilight Princess, though.

    1. How come this game is usually considered to be the worst or inferior 3D Zelda game?

    2. I own the GameCube version. Besides the 4:3 mode only, controls, and being the original version (no mirroring), are there any other differences from the Wii game? I really own both and I was wondering which one is better.
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    There's no difference in the versions besides the mirroring and the controls.

    People like to dislike TP because... I'm not sure. Too easy? They don't like the darker color palette? Other reasons. Who knows?



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    1.It's a really dark game like Majora's mask,which can be its downfall.
    Horrible shadow realms that you had to do(Lanayru's was simply a chore),the graphics were a bit over the top(just my opinion-too much detail/too realistic?)and a pretty slow storyline early on.
    Twilight Princess isn't a bad game though-it just occasionally take some persistance.
    I personally loved the bosses and some of their themes-they were much more varied than the previous games in the series.
    2.I've never played the Wii version but it would be better;only the controls change,and these are mostly for benefit-fishing and Hena's rollgoal minigame are much easier to control.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BCVM22 View Post
    There's no difference in the versions besides the mirroring and the controls.

    People like to dislike TP because... I'm not sure. Too easy? They don't like the darker color palette? Other reasons. Who knows?
    Well there is one other minor thing. In the Wii version, you can hold 4 items at once, but in the gamecube version you can only hold 2. That sort of disappointed me, because I hate having to go into the menu constantly to switch items. It's just a minor gripe though; I still prefer the Gamecube version.

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    I don't remember TP at all, I think I'm going to have to go back and play it again soon.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BCVM22 View Post
    There's no difference in the versions besides the mirroring and the controls.

    People like to dislike TP because... I'm not sure. Too easy? They don't like the darker color palette? Other reasons. Who knows?
    They dislike it because it's not Ocarina of Time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BCVM22 View Post
    People like to dislike TP because... I'm not sure. Too easy? They don't like the darker color palette? Other reasons. Who knows?
    They like to dislike it because it's cool to hate what other people hate. But they place most of the blame on the palette choices.

    Twilight Princess by no means does everything correct, but it is certainly not one of the weaker titles in the series.

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    ^ and wind waker does? Avid TP fan here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arceus7 View Post
    ^ and wind waker does? Avid TP fan here.
    Yes, let's just debate why one person views their favorite game as the best, and why everyone else is wrong.

    Sorry, avid Wind Waker fan here, but I think Skyward Sword is an overall better game, nearly perfect in every way, shape and form. The only reason I hold Wind Waker as my favorite is because of nostalgia, essentially.

    Wind Waker does not do everything correctly and I will never attest to that. The seafaring is clearly not for everyone, nor is the art style, nor is the story, apparently.

    Twilight Princess is not perfect either, though. The game just feels gloomier and almost lacks the amount of character other games do. I found virtually zero characters from that game memorable, while I happened to be very fond of characters from MM, OoT, WW and SS. I didn't like the way there were 5 heart pieces per heart container and I overall felt like the game went by like a blur so I just didn't enjoy it as much as other games.

    All complete preference. I don't expect you to agree or disagree one way or another, and quite frankly it's all up to you how you perceive games in the series.

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    I found Levias and defeated the Parasite. He told me to find the other three dragons who have part of a song, I am now at Eldin Volcano where I have lost all of my things and trying to get away from enemies, so far the only thing I have got back is the Mogma Mitts

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    Quote Originally Posted by Serebii! View Post
    I found Levias and defeated the Parasite. He told me to find the other three dragons who have part of a song, I am now at Eldin Volcano where I have lost all of my things and trying to get away from enemies, so far the only thing I have got back is the Mogma Mitts
    That part's not so bad, it's over pretty quickly.


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    The only thing to watch out for during the three dragon part of Skyward Sword is that don't visit the Thunder dragon first. If the Thunder Dragon is encountered first , It would make the game stuck without no way to progress the game any further. Though Nintendo has released a patch to fix that problem on the Wii Shop Channel. But hey , I recommend doing the dragons in this order : Faron , Eldin , and then Lanarayu. That is the recommend order to do that according to the guide , but I did Eldin first instead of Faron.

    Other than that , Finally got past the first dungeon in Minish Cap. I have to say that I actually liked the fact that one of the enemies found in the dungeon was a reference to Pikmin. It was almost just like how there was Goombas and Piranah Plants in Link's Awakening.

    there's no Battle Frontier?!

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    Best Battles

    Ocarina of Time: Volvagia

    Wind Waker: Helmaroc King and Molgera

    Twilight Princess: Morpheel (so fun, so worth going through that awful hard temple)

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    Quote Originally Posted by LucarioWolf View Post
    The only thing to watch out for during the three dragon part of Skyward Sword is that don't visit the Thunder dragon first. If the Thunder Dragon is encountered first , It would make the game stuck without no way to progress the game any further. Though Nintendo has released a patch to fix that problem on the Wii Shop Channel. But hey , I recommend doing the dragons in this order : Faron , Eldin , and then Lanarayu. That is the recommend order to do that according to the guide , but I did Eldin first instead of Faron.
    I went to Eldin Volcano before going to Faron woods but I don't want to get the game stuck because I don't have access to internet on my Wii

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    Quote Originally Posted by Serebii! View Post
    I went to Eldin Volcano before going to Faron woods but I don't want to get the game stuck because I don't have access to internet on my Wii
    As long as you don't go to Lanayru first you're fine.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jigglychu View Post
    You're a little late. The 25th anniversary was last year.

    I know it is their 26th year.

    It's weird that last year, one of zelda's company friend celebrated it 15th anniversary too.
    Quite a tie of the 5 huh?

    Anyway, I only had a few batteries to resume skyward sword though. I may have to shop for more. Plus holidays are over and grad is near.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hydrohs View Post
    As long as you don't go to Lanayru first you're fine.
    How does meeting the Thunder Dragon first make you unable to progress?
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    You're saying some really smart stuff there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aurawarrior8 View Post
    How does meeting the Thunder Dragon first make you unable to progress?
    Short explanation is that visiting Lanayru first and talking to the Goron archaeologist there triggers a glitch that locks the game into thinking you haven't yet completed the Thunder Dragon's trial, even after you have done so, and thus prevents you from completing the other two trials.

    Nintendo offers a longer explanation and a fix patch if you so require.



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    Max Factory is planing to bring out a figma Skyward Sword Link.

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    I have to say I can't wait to buy it when it get released.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BCVM22 View Post
    Short explanation is that visiting Lanayru first and talking to the Goron archaeologist there triggers a glitch that locks the game into thinking you haven't yet completed the Thunder Dragon's trial, even after you have done so, and thus prevents you from completing the other two trials.

    Nintendo offers a longer explanation and a fix patch if you so require.
    I got distracted with other games and haven't played Skyward Sword much; I've only done the first dungeon. If I haven't even gotten to the dragon part yet, do I need to apply the patch or it is for people who have already gotten trapped by the glitch?
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