History Headscratchers / TheLegendOfZeldaALinkToTHePast

11th Dec '16 8:26:49 PM Kirb-Star
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** It's actually justified in a pretty simple way: According to the backstory, the Swamp's waters were rising at a dangerous pace due to constant endless raining, so the dwellers of the DarkWorld blocked the entrance to the swamp so the region doesn't flood, blocking anyone who might have been living in that Swamp.
29th Sep '16 11:47:13 AM Kassiopeia
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** It's just one of the system's limitations. Link's uncle's hair is ''purple'' in his in-game sprite, but that doesn't mean that's its actual color. In the official artwork, Link's hair is a sort of strawberry blonde and his uncle's is black.
29th Sep '16 11:43:23 AM Kassiopeia
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** Clearly, they would all be different sizes in real life - what we see of them is just a simplified depiction. What's being asked is why one of them is shown to be shorter than the others in that depiction.
5th Sep '16 11:12:54 AM syrusdark
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** The Sages are people, people have different sizes. It's more surprising that all of the other six have exactly the same height.
4th Jul '16 3:04:42 PM QuarrelsomeChevon
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** It's been suggested that the Triforce only stays together if one with a balanced heart makes a wish upon it. The scenario goes: Balanced heart touches the Triforce > That person gets to keep it and make as many wishes as they'd like. (Link gets the Triforce at the end of this game and gives it to the royal family.) Meanwhile, an imbalanced heart splits the Triforce > Imbalanced heart is forced to find all three pieces > Imbalanced heart gets ''one'' wish from the Triforce after reassembling it > Triforce returns to its original, unsplit form and location, and awaits a new host. (In Ganon's case, he collected all three pieces after defeating the Hero of Time, wished for omnipotence, and caused the Triforce to reset and return to the Sacred Realm, now the Dark World, and seal itself inside the Pyramid where no one could get to it.)
7th Apr '16 3:08:20 AM PandaXclone2
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*** AWizardDidIt. But real answer, Hylians are a magical race seperate from humans in-game so maybe there's more compatibility than meets the eye. As for zoras, they would have to pass on their genes to a hylian through males and a few generations would certainly allow that setup to happen eventually.
24th Dec '15 7:58:16 PM IndirectActiveTransport
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** Which raises further questions. The zora are egg laying fish people and the gorons subsist on stone. How exactly are they and hylians compatible? It is also inconsistent, given the very idea of inter species romance has been consistently mocked in the series.
24th Dec '15 7:48:37 PM IndirectActiveTransport
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** The sword's attack is swing in A Link To The Past and the beam is a spiral. Majora's Mask also has sword beams for the fierce deity and it is a three dimensional polygon game. The reason for the inconsistency is that Zelda games never had explicit continuity beyond those that directly continued from each other(''The Legend Of Zelda''--''Zelda 2 The Adventure Of Link'', Ocarina of Time -- Majora's Mask) The Wind Waker was released and it was stated they were ''all'' a part of a carefully thought out chronological narrative.

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** The sword's attack is swing in A Link To The Past and the beam is a spiral. Majora's Mask also has sword beams for the fierce deity and it is a three dimensional polygon game. The reason for the inconsistency is that Zelda games never had explicit continuity beyond those that directly continued from each other(''The Legend Of Zelda''--''Zelda 2 The Adventure Of Link'', Ocarina of Time -- Majora's Mask) The Wind Waker was released and it was stated they were ''all'' a part of a carefully thought out chronological narrative.




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** The sword's attack is swing in A Link To The Past and the beam is a spiral. Majora's Mask also has sword beams for the fierce deity and it is a three dimensional polygon game. The reason for the inconsistency is that Zelda games never had explicit continuity beyond those that directly continued from each other(''The Legend Of Zelda''--''Zelda 2 The Adventure Of Link'', Ocarina of Time -- Majora's Mask) The Wind Waker was released and it was stated they were ''all'' a part of a carefully thought out chronological narrative.
24th Dec '15 3:58:02 PM IndirectActiveTransport
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** The sword's attack is swing in A Link To The Past and the beam is a spiral. Majora's Mask also has sword beams for the fierce deity and it is a three dimensional polygon game. The reason for the inconsistency is that Zelda games never had explicit continuity beyond those that directly continued from each other(''The Legend Of Zelda''--''Zelda 2 The Adventure Of Link'', Ocarina of Time -- Majora's Mask) The Wind Waker was released and it was stated they were ''all'' a part of a carefully thought out chronological narrative.
5th Dec '15 11:25:24 PM whisperstar13
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** ...Not quite, my friend. The Downfall Timeline came about as a result of a hypothetical Game Over suffered by Link '''during the final battle against Ganon''' in ''Ocarina of Time'', thus allowing him to obtain both Link's and Zelda's Triforce pieces, and forcing the seven sages to have to seal him inside the Sacred Realm. As has been suggested on a different page, it's possible that, if the Triforce is split and reassembled by one with an imbalanced heart, they only get a chance at ''one wish'' before it resets itself back to its resting place in the Sacred Realm, which would've been inside the sealed chamber in the Pyramid in ''A Link to the Past'', where Ganon couldn't get to it.
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