History Headscratchers / TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess

21st Jul '16 2:57:20 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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** That sounds like the setup for Videogame/{{Okami}} -- which would explain why it would be a bad idea... Perhaps Link was so GenreBlind that his blindness wrapped around to DangerouslyGenreSavvy?

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** That sounds like the setup for Videogame/{{Okami}} -- which would explain why it would be a bad idea... Perhaps Link was so GenreBlind that his blindness wrapped around to DangerouslyGenreSavvy?savvy?
14th Jul '16 9:14:28 AM QuarrelsomeChevon
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** What part of the game are you referring to? In the beginning? If so, that was just Ilia overexerting her horse-loving nature. She may not have wanted her father to specifically take mayoral action, but maybe to exert more of the authority one would expect from a mayoral candidate. (Especially since Link doesn't seem to have any parents present in his life, and considering Ilia seems to be his closest friend - mayor or no, she may view it as her father's duty to actively parent Link should the situation arise.)


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** I for one found them useful in a select few situations...If you're in a health-sensitive area, under constant attack, with no time to aim a bomb arrow, the bomblings can come in handy since Link can set them loose and then put his shield back up again in the time of a second or two. Also, they're good at chasing down Armogohma in her final form.
13th Jul '16 1:23:41 AM Nyperold
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[[folder: Mayoral Expectations]]
* What, exactly, did Ilia expect Bo to do in his mayoral capacity?
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[[folder:Bombling Blues]]
* What is up with Bomblings, anyway? Are they useful enough to justify the price? They cost 3 Rupees each even at Malo Mart Castle Town, which is what Barnes' Bombs charges for ''normal Bombs''. They never seem necessary for anything, and it doesn't even seem like they can hit anything a Bomb Arrow can't, and those don't cost as much, especially if you pick your Arrows up out in the field instead of buying them. So why would a player buy them outside of the novelty of having a walking bomb?
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25th Jun '16 7:51:48 PM BenOfHouston
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** No, he clearly left to go fight a plumber, a puffball, a bounty hunter, and a lightning mouse and all their friends in a series of increasingly bizarre setups.
4th Jun '16 10:07:30 AM QuarrelsomeChevon
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** She was probably using the last of her strength (or magic) to hold on as tightly as she could. Remember, she doesn't think she's going to survive the night - her only goal is to for Link to get her to Zelda so she can communicate to her about how to break his curse. She figured she'd be dead soon enough, so she had to make her last few hours worth it.
29th May '16 10:53:46 AM QuarrelsomeChevon
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** She's a ten-year-old. If she even ''did'' send any invitations, odds are the post office would've thrown them out, and so she just asks Link to aid in maintaining her little-girl antics by collecting bugs. Also, snails are hermaphrodites, being capable of changing their gender, so it's more likely the door Link passes through reverts the snail he caught in the present back to its original gender in the past.
29th May '16 12:46:30 AM Nyperold
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*** He's a collector of rare, short-lived currency? (And before you ask when Hyrule ever used gold coins, my answer is "Probably in between games."


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[[folder: An Invitation to the Past, or, The Temple Around the Corner]]
* Agitha sent invitations to the 24 golden bugs in the world. '''''ONE OF THEM IS IN THE DISTANT PAST'''''. This is less about whether this snail, the other snail, or, indeed, any of the ''actual'' bugs (It Just Gastropods Me?) she sent invitations to received them, and more about how she knew it was somewhere to begin with.
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27th May '16 5:37:40 PM QuarrelsomeChevon
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** I think the door that Link passes through is similar to the Timeshift Stones - it doesn't actually take him to the past, but rather creates a projection of what everything in the area would've looked like back then. Thus, the mirror shard was hidden somewhere just beyond the Sacred Grove, which requires Link to pass through the door to get past the ruins.
19th May '16 11:39:53 AM Nyperold
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** Perhaps, even as far as the Gorons are concerned, what the sumo match is partially a test of is whether or not you have the Iron Boots. They know that the mining facility is not possible for humans to traverse without them, and since it's also not possible for the standard hero to win in a sumo match against a Goron without them, the latter makes a suitable test for the former. Thus, it's not a cheat (though what would be a cheat is still unknown), but one of the points of it.


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** Perhaps, though I guess they'd have to make some attacks take more sections of heart to compensate.
6th May '16 1:14:46 PM MrDeath
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** Time might flow differently in the Twilight realm. Also, don't assume that Ganon instantly had full and complete power over the Triforce the moment he had it. He probably needed time to build himself up before he could take another swing at things.
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