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23rd May '17 11:17:01 AM sugaricequeen
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** The Skull Kid still appears in the Lost Woods in the future of ''Ocarina of Time'', meaning at least at that point, Termina had yet to be destroyed. It seems as though Link ''not'' befriending the Skull Kid in the Child timeline by playing Saria's Song is what eventually drove him to steal Majora's Mask in the first place...which is probably a case of FridgeHorror all its own.
25th Apr '17 11:59:37 AM Thursday_Violist
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** Similarly, it has inverted themes from ''Ocarina of Time'': ''Ocarina of Time'' is about a child becoming a hero with very little personal interactions with others. He doesn't experience growing up, but instead time-travels forward to being an adult. Friends grow up and move on without him, and he never had the chance to create relations with others. ''Majora's Mask'', on the other hand, is about the child-hero going through the process of growing up. He's stuck in the same time period, forcing him to form interpersonal connections with others through the side-quests. Using a sword is seen as a rite of passage to adulthood, he receives the Romani's Mask, which is a symbol of growing up. The first two forms (Deku and Hylian) are childlike forms, while the ones gained later in the game are adult forms. He learns about relationships, makes a lasting friendship with the Skull Kid, learns about sacrifice, loss, and other relationships, and so on. Finally, at the end of the game, he is an adult (is it coincidence the Fierce Deity looks like an adult Link?) and, unlike in ''Ocarina of Time'' (where he was forced into adulthood through time travel), he earned adulthood through his experiences.
27th Mar '17 12:31:49 PM Discar
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** A much simpler reasoning that the Happy Mask Salesman and the Skull Kid act the same is that they ''are'' the same characters from Hyrule. The Skull Kid is heavily implied by the ending to be the same one as in the Lost Woods, to the left of the entrance.

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** * A much simpler reasoning that the Happy Mask Salesman and the Skull Kid act the same is that they ''are'' the same characters from Hyrule. The Skull Kid is heavily implied by the ending to be the same one as in the Lost Woods, to the left of the entrance.



** Not exactly; besides being allowed the use of Epona in his quest, nothing's really been said about Link's relationship with Malon and Talon in this timelime branch. Not to mention, the two don't really look all that similar either. It's more likely that Link's counterpart in Termina is the Skull Kid himself. They both dress similarly, are accompanied by fairies, find themselves haunted by trauma and loneliness, and are gifted with tremendously divine power... The only variance between them is how they ''use'' it.



* WordOfGod states that the Fierce Deity's Mask "contains the souls of everyone in Termina". But what exactly does this mean? Well, let's look at it from a GodsNeedPrayerBadly standpoint: the mask most likely gets its power from the hearts of the people. At the start of the game, Termina is a CrapsackWorld where the people are desperately hanging onto the few scraps of hope they have left, which means the Fierce Deity would either be very weak or, going by its description when you acquire it, a terrible and corrupting dark power possibly even worse than Majora itself. But by the time you ''do'' get it, Link has gone around Termina helping everyone he could, and therefore the Fierce Deity becomes a HopeBringer that turns everyone's restored hopes and dreams into a power that can protect the world.

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WordOfGod states that the Fierce Deity's Mask "contains the souls of everyone in Termina". But what exactly does this mean? Well, let's look at it from a GodsNeedPrayerBadly standpoint: the mask most likely gets its power from the hearts of the people. At the start of the game, Termina is a CrapsackWorld where the people are desperately hanging onto the few scraps of hope they have left, which means the Fierce Deity would either be very weak or, going by its description when you acquire it, a terrible and corrupting dark power possibly even worse than Majora itself. But by the time you ''do'' get it, Link has gone around Termina helping everyone he could, and therefore the Fierce Deity becomes a HopeBringer that turns everyone's restored hopes and dreams into a power that can protect the world.



* It seems odd that the door underneath the clock tower that connects Hyrule to Termina locks after you go through it, yet other characters such as Skull Kid, the Happy Mask Salesman, and the Deku Butler and his son have been able to go through it, and you and Epona somehow cross through it after saving Termina. This is, until you realize that the Happy Mask Salesman probably locked the door back to Hyrule to prevent Link from escaping the moon without first retrieving Majora's Mask for the Happy Mask Salesman.
** [[GameplayAndStorySegregation Or maybe]] Link doesn't ''want'' to go back because [[BigBad Skull Kid]] has the [[ChekhovsGun Ocarina of Time]] and [[CoolHorse Epona]], and [[TheHero Link]], who has the [[HeartIsAnAwesomePower Triforce of Courage]], makes it his sole mission to bring them both back before he even realizes what [[WeirdMoon kind]] [[ColonyDrop of]] [[EndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt danger]] the new world he is in is facing. Said danger, along with being [[TransformationTrauma unwillingly transformed]] [[BalefulPolymorph into a Deku Scrubling]] [[WhatKindOfLamePowerIsHeartAnyway even smaller than his normal self]], is just [[JumpedAtTheCall even more]] [[GotTheCallOnSpeedDial incentive to stay]].
* When you wear the Zora and Goron masks, you're pretty much [[DeadPersonImpersonation impersonating the person whose spirit is in the mask]], i.e. Darmani and Mikau. Because of this, the people think both of them are ''still alive''. Meaning that once Link leaves, they'll also mysteriously vanish with no trace. The Gorons will believe Darmani has up and left them, and Lulu and the other Zora will believe Mikau has abandoned his band, people, lover, and possibly his children.
** Not exactly. Remember, the Gorons initially believed that Darmani had returned from the grave to help them; even if Link left without explaining what had happened, it's not much of a stretch to assume that they believed him to have "passed on" once his village had been saved from danger. Mikau's disappearance would be a lot harder to shrug off, but his grave is right there on the beach for them to find -- at the very least, they'll know that he didn't abandon them.
27th Mar '17 9:42:28 AM Luigifan
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* At first, the Curiosity Shop owner seems like a nice, normal merchant, but after a while, you realize he's a [[spoiler:buyer and seller of stolen goods. He sells the Bomb Bag that Sakon stole and says, "This is just between us, but this is actually the Bomb Shop's". Also, he describes some items by saying, "At this price, this one's a ''steal''!"]] It really gets bad when you realize that he's willing to [[spoiler:buy Zora Eggs]] from you, essentially [[spoiler:putting infants of a sentient humanoid species on the black market.]] Of course, [[VideoGameCrueltyPotential the player would have to also be pretty evil to go along with that in the first place]], but even so.
** He also implies that he owns (and maybe even ''trained'') the gear-swiping Takkuri. He knows exactly how you lost that sword or bottle.

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* At first, the Curiosity Shop owner seems like a nice, normal merchant, but after a while, you realize he's a [[spoiler:buyer and seller of stolen goods. He sells the Bomb Bag that Sakon stole and says, "This is just between us, but this is actually the Bomb Shop's". Also, he describes some items by saying, "At this price, this one's a ''steal''!"]] It really gets bad when you realize that he's willing to [[spoiler:buy Zora Eggs]] from you, essentially [[spoiler:putting infants of a sentient humanoid species on the black market.]] market]]. Of course, [[VideoGameCrueltyPotential the player would have to also be pretty evil to go along with that in the first place]], but even so.
** He also implies that he owns (and maybe even ''trained'') the gear-swiping Takkuri. He knows exactly ''exactly'' how you lost that sword or bottle.



* The Skull Kid goes from an annoying but mostly harmless {{troll}}/prankster to a dangerous monster who [[ColonyDrop calls down the Moon to destroy Termina]] just by wearing a mask. OK, [[spoiler:so it's really the mask calling down the Moon, just using the Skull Kid as a host]]. But why the Moon? Remember the Moon's Tear cutscene, and what he did after the Tear dropped: he turned around, and slapped his rear end in your direction. Skull Kid's just a prankster and an overall jackass at worst; he wouldn't want to destroy the world himself, but he let himself be used by a force of evil just for his chance to '''''[[{{Pun}} moon]]''''' [[{{Pun}} the world]] that rejected him. And the force of evil in question did [[EvilIsNotAToy what every force of evil does]] when you [[DealWithTheDevil sell it your soul for a favor]]: [[LiteralGenie made truth from your]] ExactWords [[JackassGenie in a way you didn't intend]].

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* The Skull Kid goes from an annoying but mostly harmless {{troll}}/prankster to a dangerous monster who [[ColonyDrop calls down the Moon to destroy Termina]] just by wearing a mask. OK, [[spoiler:so it's really the mask calling down the Moon, just using the Skull Kid as a host]]. But why the Moon? Remember the Moon's Tear cutscene, and what he did after the Tear dropped: he turned around, and slapped his rear end in your direction. Skull Kid's just a prankster and an overall jackass at worst; he wouldn't want to destroy the world himself, but he let himself be used by a force of evil just for his chance to '''''[[{{Pun}} moon]]''''' [[{{Pun}} the world]] [[https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=JgFNf4nLGNk that rejected him.him]]. And the force of evil in question did [[EvilIsNotAToy what every force of evil does]] when you [[DealWithTheDevil sell it your soul for a favor]]: [[LiteralGenie made truth from your]] ExactWords [[JackassGenie in a way you didn't intend]].



* ''Majora's Mask'' posits that everything, including people, exists in a state of duality -- the superficial image and the true underlying aspect. A green and thriving swamp filled with poison water. Holy temples void of divine presence. A carnival of lights and a dark, falling moon. People going about their day, smiling and courteous, only to be found later curled up in laundry pools or bar seats, crying out their unhappiness. But this duality is a natural, if not necessary, aspect of life -- because if the Skull Kid had even the barest inkling of what Link really was, would he have dared challenge him? Who else could save a world of masks and illusions than a hero who hides behind the face of a boy? This enforces the fact that masks aren't just a central gameplay mechanic, but a central motif of the story. There's always another face behind a mask.
* In ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess Twilight Princess]]'', Gorons explicitly don't need to breathe underwater. Then why does Goron Link die instantly in deep water in ''Majora's Mask''? Because Gorons are made of ''rock''. They're ''heavy''. Goron Link isn't dying; the game is just resetting that action because ''he can't get back up'' once he's at the bottom, so he'd be stuck there. (IIRC, you can't change/put on/take off masks underwater.) [[FridgeLogic Which doesn't explain why it happens in the pools of water he can just walk out of...]] [[DoylistVersusWatsonian although with the game mechanics of the time, that kind of differentiation may have been impossible to program.]]

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* ''Majora's Mask'' posits that everything, including people, exists in a state of duality -- the superficial image and the true underlying aspect. A green and thriving swamp filled with poison water. Holy temples void of divine presence. A carnival of lights and a dark, falling moon. People going about their day, smiling and courteous, only to be found later curled up in laundry pools or bar seats, crying out their unhappiness. But this duality is a natural, if not necessary, aspect of life -- because [[MuggingTheMonster if the Skull Kid had even the barest inkling of what Link really was, would he have dared challenge him? him?]] Who else could save a world of masks and illusions than a hero who hides behind the face of a boy? This enforces the fact that masks aren't just a central gameplay mechanic, but a central motif of the story. There's always another face behind a mask.
* In ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess Twilight Princess]]'', Gorons explicitly don't need to breathe underwater. Then why does Goron Link die instantly in deep water in ''Majora's Mask''? Because Gorons are made of ''rock''. They're ''heavy''. '''They can't swim.''' Goron Link isn't dying; the game is just resetting that action because ''he can't get back up'' once he's at the bottom, so he'd be stuck there. (IIRC, you can't change/put on/take off masks underwater.) [[FridgeLogic Which doesn't explain why it happens in the pools of water he can just walk out of...]] [[DoylistVersusWatsonian although with the game mechanics of the time, that kind of differentiation may have been impossible to program.]]



* The "aliens" seem to come out of nowhere. However, Termina seems to be an inverse of Hyrule, and many (if not all) elements of this GAME are inverted from ''Ocarina of Time''. That one was pure fantasy, so it seems only natural that they would shake it up in this one by including a bit of science fiction.

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* The "aliens" seem to come out of nowhere. However, Termina seems to be an inverse of Hyrule, and many (if not all) elements of this GAME '''game''' are inverted from ''Ocarina of Time''. That one was pure fantasy, so it seems only natural that they would shake it up in this one by including a bit of science fiction.



* The 3DS remake came out on Friday the 13th. Given the themes of the game, that wasn't intentional.
* Kafei is Link's Terminian counterpart. Not only is he playable like Link, his hair is purple to contrast Link's blond hair and if Cremia's crush on him means anything, he's probably good friends with the people on the ranch, like Link is with Malon at Lon Lon Ranch. And if that isn't enough, think about their respective trials. Link had the mind of a child but the body of an adult in ''Ocarina of Time''. Kafei had the mind of an adult, but the body of a child.
** Not exactly; besides being allowed the use of Epona in his quest, nothing's really been said about Link's relationship with Malon and Talon in this timelime branch. Not to mention, the two don't really look all that similar either. It's more likely that Link's counterpart in Termina is the Skull Kid himself. They both dress similarly, are accompanied by fairies, find themselves haunted by trauma and loneliness, and are gifted with tremendously divine power...The only variance between them is how they ''use'' it.

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* The 3DS remake came out on Friday the 13th. Given the themes of the game, that wasn't intentional.
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* Kafei is Link's Terminian counterpart. Not only is he playable like Link, his hair is purple to contrast Link's blond hair hair, and if Cremia's crush on him means anything, he's probably good friends with the people on the ranch, like Link is with Malon at Lon Lon Ranch. And if that isn't enough, think about their respective trials. Link had the mind of a child but the body of an adult in ''Ocarina of Time''. Kafei had the mind of an adult, but the body of a child.
** Not exactly; besides being allowed the use of Epona in his quest, nothing's really been said about Link's relationship with Malon and Talon in this timelime branch. Not to mention, the two don't really look all that similar either. It's more likely that Link's counterpart in Termina is the Skull Kid himself. They both dress similarly, are accompanied by fairies, find themselves haunted by trauma and loneliness, and are gifted with tremendously divine power... The only variance between them is how they ''use'' it.



* In the English version, the Kitsune Mask is translated as the Keaton Mask. At first, it sounds like a BlindIdiotTranslation -- until you remember a certain [[Series/FamilyTies Alex P. Keaton]], and remember [[Creator/MichaelJFox who played him]].
* Why is Majora's Mask/Incarnation/Wrath such a nightmare as a normal Link, but so easy as Fierce Deity? Recall the earlier fridge that Majora is a child playing games and throwing tantrums. Recall also that Fierce Deity Mask's power doesn't just transform Link, it makes him into the only sort of form of "Adult Link" we see in Majora's Mask. If Majora is a child, then Link is another child trying to fight back against a sadistic bully. As Fierce Deity though, you're the adult, you're in charge, and Majora is going to sit its ass down and accept defeat.
* WordOfGod states that the Fierce Deity's Mask "contains the souls of everyone in Termina". But what exactly does this mean? Well, let's look at it from a GodsNeedPrayerBadly standpoint: the mask most likely gets its power from the hearts of the people. At the start of the game, Termina is a CrapsackWorld where the people are desperately hanging onto the few scraps of hope they have left, which means the Fierce Deity would either be very weak or, going by its description when you acquire it, a terrible and corrupting dark power possibly even worse than Majora itself. But by the time you ''do'' get it, Link has gone around Termina helping everyone he could, and therefore the Fierce Deity becomes a HopeBringer that turns everyone's restored hopes and dreams in to a power that can protect the world.
** Which begs another question: why would Majora have the Fierce Deity's Mask in the first place, let alone give it to Link to use against itself? Simply put, Majora is a sadistic monster. It spent an undisclosed amount of time turning Termina into a hellhole before Link even showed up, robbing the people of their hopes and dreams and threatening to cap it off with TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt while the people could to nothing but run and/or despair. The only good reason it would give Link the mask is to instill the same despair into him, to make him fight to save the dying world only to show him that he ''couldn't''. Moreover, from its own [[InsaneTrollLogic childish, warped logic]], Majora believes it's the ''good guy'' in the story because it thinks there's no way it can fail, and since evil always loses in the end, Link must be the bad guy. When Majora realizes it's actually ''losing'' the final battle, [[EvilCannotComprehendGood it can't figure out why]] and proceeds to ''flip the fuck out'' before Link puts it down for good, and using the Fierce Deity's mask with all of Termina hoping for a happy ending punctuates it with a CurbStompBattle.
* When you first meet the Happy Mask Salesman before you exit the clock tower, he tells you to recover the thing that was stolen from you (the ocarina) and tells you that with your power, you would retrieve it right away. It then takes you three days to get it back, much longer than "right away", but once you DO get it back, time resets to just after you exit the clock tower, only this time you have the ocarina. To you it was three days, but to the Salesman you left the tower and immediately walked right back in with the ocarina. From his perspective, you got the ocarina back "right away".

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* In the English version, the Kitsune Mask is translated as the Keaton Mask. At first, it sounds like a BlindIdiotTranslation -- until you remember [[ShoutOut remember]] a certain [[Series/FamilyTies Alex P. Keaton]], and remember [[StealthPun remember]] [[Creator/MichaelJFox who played him]].
* Why is Majora's Mask/Incarnation/Wrath such a nightmare as a normal Link, but so easy as Fierce Deity? Recall the earlier fridge that Majora is a child playing games and throwing tantrums. Recall also that Fierce Deity Mask's power doesn't just transform Link, it makes him into the only sort of form of "Adult Link" we see in Majora's Mask. If Majora is a child, then Link is another child trying to fight back against a sadistic and terrifyingly powerful bully. As Fierce Deity Deity, though, you're the adult, you're in charge, and Majora is going to sit ''sit its ass down down'' and accept defeat.
* WordOfGod states that the Fierce Deity's Mask "contains the souls of everyone in Termina". But what exactly does this mean? Well, let's look at it from a GodsNeedPrayerBadly standpoint: the mask most likely gets its power from the hearts of the people. At the start of the game, Termina is a CrapsackWorld where the people are desperately hanging onto the few scraps of hope they have left, which means the Fierce Deity would either be very weak or, going by its description when you acquire it, a terrible and corrupting dark power possibly even worse than Majora itself. But by the time you ''do'' get it, Link has gone around Termina helping everyone he could, and therefore the Fierce Deity becomes a HopeBringer that turns everyone's restored hopes and dreams in to into a power that can protect the world.
** Which begs another question: why would Majora have the Fierce Deity's Mask in the first place, let alone give it to Link to use against itself? Simply put, Majora is a sadistic monster. It spent an undisclosed amount of time turning Termina into a hellhole before Link even showed up, robbing the people of their hopes and dreams and threatening to cap it off with TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt while the people could to nothing but run and/or despair. The only good reason it would give Link the mask is to instill the same despair into him, to make him fight to save the dying world only to show him that he ''couldn't''. Moreover, from its own [[InsaneTrollLogic childish, warped logic]], Majora believes it's the ''good guy'' in the story because [[NothingCanStopUsNow it thinks there's no way it can fail, fail]], and since evil always loses in the end, Link must be the bad guy. When Majora realizes it's actually ''losing'' the final battle, [[EvilCannotComprehendGood it can't figure out why]] and proceeds to ''flip the fuck out'' before Link puts it down for good, and using the Fierce Deity's mask with all of Termina hoping for a happy ending punctuates it with a CurbStompBattle.
* When you first meet the Happy Mask Salesman before you exit the clock tower, he tells you to recover the thing that was stolen from you (the ocarina) and tells you that with your power, you would retrieve it right away. It then takes you three days to get it back, much longer than "right away", but once you DO ''do'' get it back, time resets to just after you exit the clock tower, only this time you have the ocarina. To you you, it was three days, but to the Salesman Salesman, you left the tower and immediately walked right back in with the ocarina. From his perspective, you got the ocarina back "right away".



* In the Swamp Spider House, there is a man who was cursed into being a spider/human hybrid. When you talk to him, he begs you to break the curse, showing how desperate he is to be normal again. Now, consider that of the very few people in the swamp region, no one but Link would have the tools or resources to break the curse. That's right, were not for Link, that poor guy would have been stuck like that ''forever''. (Or at least until the moon fell, which is hardly reassuring).

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* In the Swamp Spider House, there is a man who was cursed into being a spider/human hybrid. When you talk to him, he begs you to break the curse, showing how desperate he is to be normal again. Now, consider that of the very few people in the swamp region, no one but Link would have the tools or resources to break the curse. That's right, were not for Link, that poor guy would have been stuck like that ''forever''. (Or at least until the moon fell, which is hardly reassuring).reassuring.)



** Not exactly. Remember, the Gorons initially believed that Darmani had returned from the grave to help them; even if Link left without explaining what had happened, it's not much of a stretch to assume that they believed him to have "passed on" once his village had been saved from danger. Mikau's disappearance would be a lot harder to shrug off, but his grave is right there on the beach for them to find - at the very least, they'll know that he didn't abandon them.

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** Not exactly. Remember, the Gorons initially believed that Darmani had returned from the grave to help them; even if Link left without explaining what had happened, it's not much of a stretch to assume that they believed him to have "passed on" once his village had been saved from danger. Mikau's disappearance would be a lot harder to shrug off, but his grave is right there on the beach for them to find - -- at the very least, they'll know that he didn't abandon them.
19th Jan '17 6:37:19 PM QuarrelsomeChevon
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** Not exactly; besides being allowed the use of Epona in his quest, nothing's really been said about Link's relationship with Malon and Talon in this timelime branch. Not to mention, the two don't really look all that similar either. It's more likely that Link's counterpart in Termina is the Skull Kid himself. They both dress similarly, are accompanied by fairies, find themselves haunted by trauma and loneliness, and are gifted with tremendously divine power...The only variance between them is how they ''use'' it.


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** Not exactly. Remember, the Gorons initially believed that Darmani had returned from the grave to help them; even if Link left without explaining what had happened, it's not much of a stretch to assume that they believed him to have "passed on" once his village had been saved from danger. Mikau's disappearance would be a lot harder to shrug off, but his grave is right there on the beach for them to find - at the very least, they'll know that he didn't abandon them.
18th Dec '16 8:53:41 PM PrincessGwen
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* Navi was given to Link as a guide, but he`s destined to be a hero. He doesn't need any more than one guide. Skull Kid has two fairies, 'cause he needs more guidance. Navi resembles "navigate", what a guide does. Tatl and Tael (Skull Kid's fairies) [[MindScrew sound like "tattletale"]], which is one way a child can spread mischief. Tatl (or "tattle") is short form for giving information to an adult while trying to get someone in trouble, like how Tatl tells you monsters' weaknesses.

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* Navi was given to Link as a guide, but he`s he's destined to be a hero. He doesn't need any more than one guide. Skull Kid has two fairies, 'cause he needs more guidance. Navi resembles "navigate", what a guide does. Tatl and Tael (Skull Kid's fairies) [[MindScrew sound like "tattletale"]], which is one way a child can spread mischief. Tatl (or "tattle") is short form for giving information to an adult while trying to get someone in trouble, like how Tatl tells you monsters' weaknesses.



** Worse of all, if you have already done the water temple, gone back in time, and finished the game without doing this quest, you have basically left his eggs to die.

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** Worse Worst of all, if you have already done the water temple, Water Temple, gone back in time, and finished the game without doing this quest, you have basically left his eggs to die.
7th Sep '16 8:52:05 AM WatcherCCG
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** He also implies that he owns (and maybe even ''trained'') the gear-swiping Takkuri. He knows exactly how you lost that sword or bottle.
30th Jul '16 2:44:13 PM Kuriosity
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* This is the darkest game in the series because when Link sets out to save Termina, he's basically setting out to save ''a doomed world''. Remember when the Owl says that the land "was destined to fade"? [[http://www.zeldauniverse.net/2011/09/13/the-message-of-majoras-mask/ This essay]] theorizes that the ancient people of Termina blasphemed the goddesses of Hyrule, which led to evil running rampant and bad things happening to everyone. When Link defeats Majora's Mask, a rainbow appears in the sky, possibly to show that the goddesses have forgiven Termina.
27th Jul '16 10:40:39 PM WizerdOfDerp
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* The idea that Link is living the [[GroundhogDayLoop same three days, over and over again,]] with the fate of all of Termina in his hands, knowing that hundreds of people will die if he doesn't succeed... But when the time comes to face doomsday, he can just whip out his ocarina and [[ResetButton reset the cycle.]] Essentially, Link is living in a constant guilt trip that doesn't end until you defeat Majora, and even then Link has already experienced [[YearInsideHourOutside hundreds of repetitive hours]] worth of watching everyone he knows [[RippleEffectProofMemory blissfully live out their final days.]]
14th Mar '16 6:24:41 PM Kawaii_Kailynn
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*The last few notes of the theme that plays in any of the four regions before you beat the temple sound a lot like Majora/Skull Kid's theme...
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