History Franchise / TheLegendOfZelda

28th Jan '16 6:26:02 PM nombretomado
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* EverythingsBetterWithPrincesses: Somehow, Zelda is [[labelnote:usually:]]The exceptions are ''Twilight Princess'', which one Player's Guide states that her coronation has been put off by Zant's rise, the manual for ''SuperSmashBros'' Brawl, where her bio refers to her as the queen of Hyrule, and ''Skyward Sword'' which takes place before the founding of the Kingdom of Hyrule, so she's not royalty.[[/labelnote]] never referred to as ''Queen'' Zelda, even in the games without token cameos by parents.
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* EverythingsBetterWithPrincesses: Somehow, Zelda is [[labelnote:usually:]]The exceptions are ''Twilight Princess'', which one Player's Guide states that her coronation has been put off by Zant's rise, the manual for ''SuperSmashBros'' Brawl, ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBrosBrawl'', where her bio refers to her as the queen of Hyrule, and ''Skyward Sword'' which takes place before the founding of the Kingdom of Hyrule, so she's not royalty.[[/labelnote]] never referred to as ''Queen'' Zelda, even in the games without token cameos by parents.

** Crosscheck with ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros Melee'' and ''Brawl'' - Sheik is [[spoiler:actually Zelda]], and [[spoiler:Ganondorf is the ManBehindTheMan in ''Twilight Princess''.]]
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** Crosscheck with ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros Melee'' ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBrosMelee'' and ''Brawl'' - Sheik is [[spoiler:actually Zelda]], and [[spoiler:Ganondorf is the ManBehindTheMan in ''Twilight Princess''.]]
21st Jan '16 5:07:21 PM MyFinalEdits
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* CommonplaceRare: Bottles. In every game that they were featured in, Bottles seem to be something that SHOULD be easy to get. But as it so-happens, the Bottles tend to be only possessed by a few (if that many) people in Hyrule. And these people NORMALLY require some quest or mini-game to be completed. Despite obvious glass windows in quite a few places in the series...are storage containers made from this material THAT sought after? I suppose when you have a kid [[KleptomaniacHero breaking into everyone's houses and smashing their clay pots to steal their hard earned items]], [[FridgeBrilliance an apparently unbreakable jar seems like the best thing ever]]. ** Semi-Justified in Link to the Past. They're explicitly named "Magic Bottles" there.... Exactly how they're magical though is never explained.
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* CommonplaceRare: Bottles. In every game that they were featured in, Bottles seem to be something that SHOULD be easy to get. But as it so-happens, the Bottles tend to be only possessed by a few (if that many) people in Hyrule. And these people NORMALLY require some quest or mini-game to be completed. Despite obvious glass windows in quite a few places in the series...are storage containers made from this material THAT sought after? I suppose when you have a kid [[KleptomaniacHero breaking into everyone's houses and smashing their clay pots to steal their hard earned items]], [[FridgeBrilliance an apparently unbreakable jar seems like the best thing ever]].\n** Semi-Justified in Link to the Past. They're explicitly named "Magic Bottles" there.... Exactly how they're magical though is never explained.
21st Jan '16 10:52:32 AM Lego3400
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**Semi-Justified in Link to the Past. They're explicitly named "Magic Bottles" there.... Exactly how they're magical though is never explained.
17th Jan '16 9:44:29 PM morenohijazo
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* ColorCodedItemTiers: Rupees while higher colors tend to vary the most consistent value is Green=1 Blue=5. Purple is always among the higher values ranging from 50 to 200 depending on the game.

* CoolKey: Boss Keys tend to be this as they are far more elaborate than the standard keys you find. * CoolSword: The Master Sword, the Four Sword, the Great Fairy Sword, the Double Helix Sword, the Razor and Gilded Swords, the Lokomo Sword, the Phantom Sword, Biggoron's Sword... basically, any major sword upgrade.

* CoolKey: Boss Keys tend to be this as they are far more elaborate than the standard keys you find. * CoolSword: The Master Sword, the Four Sword, the Great Fairy Sword, the Double Helix Sword, the Razor and Gilded Swords, the Lokomo Sword, the Phantom Sword, Biggoron's Sword... basically, any major sword upgrade.
18th Dec '15 1:49:06 PM morenohijazo
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* InfiniteStockForSale: Generally, in the games some shops will sell items that Link can use forever, such as new armor or [[HeartContainer pieces of heart]]. Once these are gone, they will sometimes be replaced with different wares but more often they will be sold out forever, denoted by a wooden sign with an X painted on it. This is just as unrealistic in the opposite direction, as it means these shops only have one of the given item and had no prospects of selling them to anyone else (Though in one game, once all these one-sell only items are sold, he immediately announces that he has enough money to retire). Items that can be used or lost, like potions or ammo, will never run out and otherwise infinite use items that can be lost (such as a wooden shield that was destroyed) will be back in stock after they are lost.
15th Dec '15 4:53:15 AM Morgenthaler
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* FanSequel: There is a game editor/creator that is for making your own 2D Zelda game that has gained popularity called ZeldaClassic.
14th Dec '15 11:53:46 AM Discar
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* MundaneMacGuffinPerson: Princess Zelda, most notably the original ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZelda''. She is usually [[BarrierMaiden the key]] to saving the world and is kidnapped by the BigBad in order to give him whatever power he needs for the game's plot. Traditionally, this is her segment of the Triforce, but not always. Zelda herself lampshades this in ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaSpiritTracks'', saying that being a distressed damsel is a family tradition.
14th Nov '15 3:00:54 PM nombretomado
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** Zelda Williams, daughter of RobinWilliams, was named after Princess Zelda and appears in commercials for ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOfTime Ocarina of Time]] 3D''.
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** Zelda Williams, daughter of RobinWilliams, Creator/RobinWilliams, was named after Princess Zelda and appears in commercials for ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOfTime Ocarina of Time]] 3D''.
13th Nov '15 8:55:59 AM SolidSonicTH
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''The Legend of Zelda'' franchise is, in essence, a mythos in the classical sense of the word: An evil [[SorcerousOverlord wizard]]/king/thief/[[HumanoidAbomination monster]] named [[BigBad Ganon]] (or Ganondorf, but [[FandomBerserkButton not Gannon]]) has cast a great evil over the [[TheKingdom land of Hyrule]], and a young boy in a sort of green PeterPan / RobinHood costume must save Hyrule by [[PlotCoupon recovering powerful artifacts]] that rest in [[TempleOfDoom places tainted]] [[DungeonCrawling by Ganon]]. [[BadassPrincess Princess Zelda]] is his resourceful and sometimes [[ImpliedLoveInterest secretive love interest]]. He either must [[SaveThePrincess rescue her]] or is guided by her, if not both at once.
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''The Legend of Zelda'' franchise is, in essence, a mythos in the classical sense of the word: An evil [[SorcerousOverlord wizard]]/king/thief/[[HumanoidAbomination monster]] named [[BigBad Ganon]] (or Ganondorf, but [[FandomBerserkButton not Gannon]]) has cast a great evil over the [[TheKingdom land of Hyrule]], and a young boy in a sort of green PeterPan / RobinHood PeterPan[=/=]RobinHood costume must save Hyrule by [[PlotCoupon recovering powerful artifacts]] that rest in [[TempleOfDoom places tainted]] [[DungeonCrawling by Ganon]]. [[BadassPrincess Princess Zelda]] is his resourceful and sometimes [[ImpliedLoveInterest secretive love interest]]. He either must [[SaveThePrincess rescue her]] or is guided by her, if not both at once.
12th Nov '15 6:39:16 PM EternalRain
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* ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess'' (UsefulNotes/NintendoGameCube and {{Wii}}, 2006; alternate distant sequel to ''Ocarina of Time'')
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* ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess'' (UsefulNotes/NintendoGameCube and {{Wii}}, 2006; remade/remastered for Wii U, 2016; alternate distant sequel to ''Ocarina of Time'')
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