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3rd May '18 10:24:56 AM Camarokid2011
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** ''What'' exactly does a [=ReDead=] do to Link when attacking him? Many a joke has been made of [=ReDeads=] raping Link, due to their attack animation looking very similar to such an action...

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** ''What'' exactly does a [=ReDead=] do to Link when attacking him? Many a joke joke has been made of [=ReDeads=] raping Link, due to their attack animation looking very similar to such an action...



** The series' recurring Gibdos, in this installment are essentially the same as [=ReDeads=],though they do ''more'' damage than a typical [=ReDead=], and can only be soundly defeated by fire. And they're guarding the Lens of Truth.

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** The series' recurring Gibdos, in this installment are essentially the same as [=ReDeads=],though [=ReDeads=], though they do ''more'' damage than a typical [=ReDead=], and can only be soundly defeated by fire. And they're guarding the Lens of Truth.
3rd May '18 10:24:31 AM Camarokid2011
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** ''What'' exactly does a [=ReDead=] do to Link when attacking him? Many a joke has been made of [=ReDeads=] raping Link, due to their attack animation looking very similar to such an action...

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** ''What'' exactly does a [=ReDead=] do to Link when attacking him? Many a joke joke has been made of [=ReDeads=] raping Link, due to their attack animation looking very similar to such an action...



** The series' recurring Gibdos, in this installment are essentially the same as [=ReDeads=],though they do ''more'' damage than a typical ReDead, and can only be soundly defeated by fire. And they're guarding the Lens of Truth.

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** The series' recurring Gibdos, in this installment are essentially the same as [=ReDeads=],though they do ''more'' damage than a typical ReDead, [=ReDead=], and can only be soundly defeated by fire. And they're guarding the Lens of Truth.
3rd May '18 10:20:25 AM Camarokid2011
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** ''What'' exactly does a [=ReDead=] do to Link when attacking him? Many a joke has been made of Redeads raping Link, due to their attack animation looking very similar to such an action...

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** ''What'' exactly does a [=ReDead=] do to Link when attacking him? Many a joke joke has been made of Redeads [=ReDeads=] raping Link, due to their attack animation looking very similar to such an action...
3rd May '18 10:19:45 AM Camarokid2011
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** As if the scream wasn't frightening enough, there's also the creepy sound effect heard when a [=ReDead=] is latched onto Link, made worse by being mixed with his usual grunts of pain when taking damage.
** ''What'' exactly does a [=ReDead=] do to Link when attacking him? Many a joke has been made of Redeads raping Link, due to their attack animation looking very similar to such an action...



** Then there's the Gibdo, who can only be soundly defeated by fire. And they're guarding the Lens of Truth.

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** Then there's The series' recurring Gibdos, in this installment are essentially the Gibdo, who same as [=ReDeads=],though they do ''more'' damage than a typical ReDead, and can only be soundly defeated by fire. And they're guarding the Lens of Truth.
11th Apr '18 1:46:16 AM LucaEarlgrey
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** When you leave the well with the Lens of Truth in hand and return to Kakariko Village as an adult, the village is ''on fire''. Link comes up to Sheik who is looking at the well and tells him to step back, only to be attacked by...''something'' barely visible (in the form of a gray mist). He readies himself to defend against the unknown entity, only for him to get knocked out and the screen [[SmashToBlack cuts to black]].
14th Feb '18 8:31:54 AM SpaceDrake
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** There's also some FridgeHorror: you are a big, well-armed adult in this place and you're probably getting freaked out. Saria entered this place ''as a basically-unarmed girl with the body of a pre-teen''. What the ''hell'' did she have to go through to make it as far as she did?
6th Feb '18 1:45:52 PM ThePoppyBrosSr
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*** After receiving the Mirror Shield in Master Quest, the player can unlock a door using a sun switch to get whatever's inside. There's a Gibdo inside, standing ''right in front of the door.''

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*** After The Master Quest version of the Spirit Temple packs in a few Gibdos. A particularly notable instance of this is after receiving the Mirror Shield in Master Quest, Shield, where the player can unlock a door using a sun switch to get whatever's inside.the boss key. There's a Gibdo inside, standing ''right in front of the door.''
6th Feb '18 1:39:00 PM ThePoppyBrosSr
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*** After receiving the Mirror Shield in Master Quest, the player can unlock a door using a sun switch to get whatever's inside. There's a Gibdo inside, standing 'right in front of the door.'

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*** After receiving the Mirror Shield in Master Quest, the player can unlock a door using a sun switch to get whatever's inside. There's a Gibdo inside, standing 'right ''right in front of the door.'''
6th Feb '18 1:37:36 PM ThePoppyBrosSr
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*** After receiving the Mirror Shield in Master Quest, the player can unlock a door using a sun switch to get whatever's inside. There's a Gibdo inside, standing 'right in front of the door.'
24th Jan '18 7:43:37 AM Erin582
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*** There's a room in the Spirit Dungeon of [[TheVeryDefinitelyFinalDungeon Ganon's Castle]] where you have four Sun Switches. The wrong ones ALL release Wallmasters. Oh how lovely it is to hear the "incorrect" sound effect followed by that horrible rushing wind....

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*** There's a room in the Spirit Dungeon Temple portion of [[TheVeryDefinitelyFinalDungeon Ganon's Castle]] where you have four Sun Switches. The wrong ones ALL release Wallmasters. Oh how lovely it is to hear the "incorrect" sound effect followed by that horrible rushing wind....


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** The other enemies found in the Fire Temple, while relatively easy to defeat, don't skimp on the creepiness. The Flare Dancer has an EvilLaugh to match it's sentient bomb center, which growls out ''"Uh-OH!"'' if you catch it and expands and explodes upon defeating it. While the Torch Slug's slithering sounds ''identical'' to the Like Likes and since both are abundant in the temple (especially in the Master Quest version) you're never certain which one will be encountered.


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* Even though Dampe is a good guy who still manages to help you from beyond the grave by giving you the much needed hookshot, there's something unsettling about his shack. Aside from the inside only being able to be viewed from the audience's POV (and trying to do it from another will set off that horrible "incorrect" beeping noise), it also has the same music as the infamous House of Skulltula and just has a weird vibe to it.
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