History Headscratchers / TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOfTime

15th Jan '17 8:48:34 PM QuarrelsomeChevon
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*** To be fair, the Deku Tree could've been generalizing at that point, and the transformation could've been a gradual process. (Especially if the Kokiri returned to their forest after the party, which might've halted the transformation, only to start it again when they left again later.)
4th Jan '17 11:43:21 AM Jgorgon
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** Well, in real life, apples grow on trees, but most people buy theirs from a shop. The price on the items includes the labour of acquiring them, and since most Kokiri aren't brave heroes like Link, they don't mind paying for the convenience of not having to go item hunting for themselves.
24th Oct '16 5:05:19 PM nombretomado
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** I don't have the link, but there was a thing on GameFAQs where some people were Fridge Logicing on this. They had some pretty good ideas.

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** I don't have the link, but there was a thing on GameFAQs Website/GameFAQs where some people were Fridge Logicing on this. They had some pretty good ideas.
23rd Oct '16 11:46:37 AM DustSnitch
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** Link can do those things because he's the most BadAss warrior in all the world. A person can be tough but not able to fight off small armies by themself. It's not that Zelda is weak for not taking on a twenty foot tall magical monster, it's that Link is the literally the only person in all the world who even ''can'' take these guys on.

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** Link can do those things because he's the most BadAss greatest warrior in all the world. A person can be tough but not able to fight off small armies by themself. It's not that Zelda is weak for not taking on a twenty foot tall magical monster, it's that Link is the literally the only person in all the world who even ''can'' take these guys on.
17th Oct '16 11:18:47 AM QuarrelsomeChevon
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** Consider the possibility that the king ''did'' receive word of the events on Death Mountain, and Zora's Domain, as well. He may not have necessarily believed that Zelda's dream was prophetic, but that's not to say that he trusted Ganondorf completely after he heard about these things and was investigating him to see where his loyalties were. This might explain why Ganondorf attacked the castle, forcing Zelda and Impa to flee - he knew that he'd be marked for death if Zelda's father decided that he was responsible.
16th Oct '16 11:52:35 AM Maikou
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** Very, very carefully.
8th Sep '16 8:54:40 AM QuarrelsomeChevon
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** Also, he did not say specifically that he wanted to make the lives of the Gerudo better. He said that they lived in a harsh desert environment, that the people of Hyrule had it so much better, and that he was subsequently jealous of the people of Hyrule. He could've just wanted to rule over a kingdom that ''wasn't'' a barren wasteland, and seeing his people suffer may have made him angrier when he saw Hyrule's situation, but that does not automatically equate to him taking over Hyrule out of his inner goodness.

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** Also, he did not say specifically that he wanted to make the lives of the Gerudo better. He said that they lived in a harsh desert environment, that the people of Hyrule had it so much better, and that he was subsequently jealous of the people of Hyrule. He could've just wanted to rule over a kingdom that ''wasn't'' a barren wasteland, and seeing his people suffer may have made him angrier when he saw Hyrule's situation, but that does not automatically equate to him taking over Hyrule out of his inner goodness. Remember, he is a living incarnation of the demon king's hatred - no matter what his backstory and motivations, it's implied that the hatred in him would've overpowered the goodness anyway, what little there might have been.
8th Sep '16 8:52:21 AM QuarrelsomeChevon
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** Also, he did not say specifically that he wanted to make the lives of the Gerudo better. He said that they lived in a harsh desert environment, that the people of Hyrule had it so much better, and that he was subsequently jealous of the people of Hyrule. He could've just wanted to rule over a kingdom that ''wasn't'' a barren wasteland, and seeing his people suffer may have made him angrier when he saw Hyrule's situation, but that does not automatically equate to him taking over Hyrule out of his inner goodness.
6th Sep '16 7:51:48 AM MrDeath
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** Yes, he could have. But it wasn't in his character to do so, so he didn't.
5th Sep '16 6:34:38 PM JPO398
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** Story-wise, they probably appear as a result of Ganon's evil magic corrupting them (doesn't explain why they don't hang around once the Moblins show up), and Saria just managed to sneak by. Gameplay-wise, they probably squatted down after she arrived just to dick around with anyone else who wanders through.
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