History Heartwarming / TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOfTime

23rd Jan '17 10:26:22 AM lakingsif
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* The Ad for the 3DS port. Creator/RobinWilliams - truly OneOfUs - narrates, comparing his admiration for his daughter (named after Princess Zelda) to his feelings for the legendary princess. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bINUfbLV_0M You can watch it here.]]

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* The Ad for the 3DS port. Creator/RobinWilliams - truly OneOfUs - narrates, comparing his admiration for [[Creator/ZeldaWilliams his daughter daughter]] (named after Princess Zelda) to his feelings for the legendary princess. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bINUfbLV_0M You can watch it here.]]
7th Dec '16 2:30:33 PM DeeeFoo
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* The Ad for the 3DS port. Creator/RobinWilliams - truly OneOfUs - narrates, comparing his the admiration for his daughter (named after Princess Zelda) to his feelings for the legendary princess. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bINUfbLV_0M You can watch it here.]]

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* The Ad for the 3DS port. Creator/RobinWilliams - truly OneOfUs - narrates, comparing his the admiration for his daughter (named after Princess Zelda) to his feelings for the legendary princess. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bINUfbLV_0M You can watch it here.]]
13th Oct '16 3:05:18 PM Shadoboy
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* A very minor one, but if you go to Ingo wearing the goron mask, you actually amuse him.
--> ''Heh. That cheered me up a little. Thanks kid!"
23rd Dec '14 6:05:42 PM Komodin
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** The goodbye scene between Link and Zelda in which she sends him back to his own time. In the era of 3d polygonal graphics, trying to mimic facial expressions was often awkward and went into [[UncannyValley Uncanny Valley]] status but not here. Zelda asks Link to give her the Ocarina. As she takes it, she puts her hand on his and her face is painfully sad. She is genuinely heartbroken she must do this because of the bond they shared yet she recognizes it as the right thing to do. Then of course, she plays the poignant Zelda's lullaby to send him back. The scene gets this troper every single time.

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** The goodbye scene between Link and Zelda in which she sends him back to his own time. In the era of 3d polygonal graphics, trying to mimic facial expressions was often awkward and went into [[UncannyValley Uncanny Valley]] status but not here. Zelda asks Link to give her the Ocarina. As she takes it, she puts her hand on his and her face is painfully sad. She is genuinely heartbroken she must do this because of the bond they shared yet she recognizes it as the right thing to do. Then of course, she plays the poignant Zelda's lullaby to send him back. The scene gets this troper every single time.
23rd Dec '14 5:41:53 PM billny33
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** The goodbye scene between Link and Zelda in which she sends him back to his own time. In the era of 3d polygonal graphics, trying to mimic facial expressions was often awkward and went into [[Uncanny Valley]] status but not here. Zelda asks Link to give her the Ocarina. As she takes it, she puts her hand on his and her face is painfully sad. She is genuinely heartbroken she must do this because of the bond they shared yet she recognizes it as the right thing to do. Then of course, she plays the poignant Zelda's lullaby to send him back. The scene gets this troper every single time.

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** The goodbye scene between Link and Zelda in which she sends him back to his own time. In the era of 3d polygonal graphics, trying to mimic facial expressions was often awkward and went into [[Uncanny [[UncannyValley Uncanny Valley]] status but not here. Zelda asks Link to give her the Ocarina. As she takes it, she puts her hand on his and her face is painfully sad. She is genuinely heartbroken she must do this because of the bond they shared yet she recognizes it as the right thing to do. Then of course, she plays the poignant Zelda's lullaby to send him back. The scene gets this troper every single time.
23rd Dec '14 5:41:00 PM billny33
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** The goodbye scene between Link and Zelda in which she sends him back to his own time. In the era of 3d polygonal graphics, trying to mimic facial expressions was often awkward and went into [[UncannyValley]] status but not here. Zelda asks Link to give her the Ocarina. As she takes it, she puts her hand on his and her face is painfully sad. She is genuinely heartbroken she must do this because of the bond they shared yet she recognizes it as the right thing to do. Then of course, she plays the poignant Zelda's lullaby to send him back. The scene gets this troper every single time.

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** The goodbye scene between Link and Zelda in which she sends him back to his own time. In the era of 3d polygonal graphics, trying to mimic facial expressions was often awkward and went into [[UncannyValley]] [[Uncanny Valley]] status but not here. Zelda asks Link to give her the Ocarina. As she takes it, she puts her hand on his and her face is painfully sad. She is genuinely heartbroken she must do this because of the bond they shared yet she recognizes it as the right thing to do. Then of course, she plays the poignant Zelda's lullaby to send him back. The scene gets this troper every single time.
23rd Dec '14 5:40:24 PM billny33
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** The goodbye scene between Link and Zelda in which she sends him back to his own time. In the era of 3d polygonal graphics, trying to mimic facial expressions was often awkward and went into [[UncannyValley]] status but not here. Zelda asks Link to give her the Ocarina. As she takes it, she puts her hand on his and her face is painfully sad. She is genuinely heartbroken she must do this because of the bond they shared yet she recognizes it as the right thing to do. Then of course, she plays the poignant Zelda's lullaby to send him back. The scene gets this troper every single time.
19th Nov '14 6:49:51 AM TylerL320
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* Saving Lon Lon Ranch, Malon, and Epona from Ingo.

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* Saving Lon Lon Ranch, Malon, and Epona from Ingo. The best part of this? The next time Link talks to Malon, ''she remembers him'' from when they were both children. Keep in mind nearly every other NPC doesn't recognize the now-adult hero, including the Kokiri that Link lived with for ten years of his life. And yet, the farm girl who has a minuscule role in the main plot is kindhearted and grateful enough to still remember him.
30th Aug '14 9:51:21 AM giygasattack
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** Let's not forget that the '''''first''''' thing Link does when he returns to his original (young) timeline, is '''go and find Zelda in her castle'''. Cue ''THE END'' still-shot, complete with "Old Film" style screen coloring. Could possibly be considered a [[OneTruePairing OTP]] moment.
* Also: the Great Deku Sprout. Yes, it [[WhatDoYouMeanItsNotSymbolic WAS symbolic]].

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** Let's not forget that the The '''''first''''' thing Link does when he returns to his original (young) timeline, is '''go and find Zelda in her castle'''. Cue ''THE END'' still-shot, complete with "Old Film" style screen coloring. Could possibly be considered a [[OneTruePairing OTP]] moment.\n* Also: the Great Deku Sprout. Yes, it [[WhatDoYouMeanItsNotSymbolic WAS symbolic]].
29th Apr '14 12:23:43 PM lalalei2001
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* Saving Lon Lon Ranch, Malon, and Epona from Ingo.
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D6XMKtjtvaM The dying soldier]] was mortally wounded trying to stop Ganondorf from capturing Zelda. Since Zelda escapes, he succeeded.
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