History VideoGame / TheLegendOfZeldaLinksAwakening

5th Oct '17 10:32:42 AM Generality
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* DivineBirds: Sporadic bird statues provide hints, implied to be from the subconscious mind of the Wind Fish itself.
12th Sep '17 8:05:54 PM Nicoaln
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* AwesomeButImpractical: The Fire Rod. Easily one of the best weapons in the game, faster than the boomerang (another Awesome weapon) and just as powerful, essentially one-shotting almost anything besides bosses. Unfortunately by that point in the game, there's barely anyone worth using it on.

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* AwesomeButImpractical: The Fire Rod. Easily one of the best weapons in the game, faster than the boomerang (another Awesome weapon) and just as powerful, essentially one-shotting almost anything besides bosses. Unfortunately by that point in the game, there's barely anyone worth using it on. on, aside from the Hot Head and literally ''one'' phase of the FinalBoss. (And you don't even need it for ''that''!)



** Parodied. Papahl [[BreakingTheFourthWall outright tells you at the start of the game]] that he'll get himself lost somewhere in the hills later on.

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** Parodied. Papahl [[BreakingTheFourthWall outright tells you at the start of the game]] that he'll get himself lost somewhere in the hills later on. Sure enough, he ''is''.
6th Sep '17 5:02:06 PM Nicoaln
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* AwesomeYetPractical: The Boomerang and The Magic Rod are easily the most powerful weapons in the entire ''game'', being able to one-shot almost anything, and the Boomerang is essentially
** AwesomeButImpractical: Unfortunately the fire rod is obtained in the final dungeon, by then there are barely any enemies worth using it on.

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* AwesomeYetPractical: The Boomerang and The Magic Rod are easily the most powerful weapons in the entire ''game'', being able to one-shot almost anything, and the Boomerang is essentially
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AwesomeButImpractical: The Fire Rod. Easily one of the best weapons in the game, faster than the boomerang (another Awesome weapon) and just as powerful, essentially one-shotting almost anything besides bosses. Unfortunately the fire rod is obtained by that point in the final dungeon, by then there are game, there's barely any enemies anyone worth using it on.


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* DiscOneNuke: The Boomerang can be obtained as soon as just around the fifth - sixth dungeon, and is one of the most powerful gweapons in the game.
6th Sep '17 4:57:15 PM Nicoaln
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* AwesomeYetPractical: The Boomerang and The Magic Rod are easily the most powerful weapons in the entire ''game'', being able to one-shot almost anything, and the Boomerang is essentially
** AwesomeButImpractical: Unfortunately the fire rod is obtained in the final dungeon, by then there are barely any enemies worth using it on.
27th Jul '17 12:46:14 PM Miracle@StOlaf
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** A puzzle in the second dungeon requires you to kill three enemies in a specific order to reveal a key required to progress. There is a hint earlier in the level which refers to the enemies by name, but the enemies' names are nowhere in the game or the manual. The only way you'd know them is from the manual of a previous Zelda game on a console you might not even own.

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** A puzzle in the second dungeon requires you to kill three enemies in a specific order to reveal a key required to progress. There is a hint earlier in the level which refers to the enemies by name, but the enemies' names are nowhere in the game or the manual. The only way you'd know them is from the manual of a previous Zelda game on a console you might not even own.own (though the first enemy to kill being described as "imprisoned" helps narrow it down).
14th Jul '17 9:48:41 PM Maddoxsort
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This game is chronologically the fourth one to takes place in the "Hero Defeated" timeline.

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This game is chronologically the fourth one to takes take place in the "Hero Defeated" timeline.
17th Jun '17 11:16:26 PM Kayube
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* {{In Name Only}}: Princess Zelda, despite having a brief mention in the beginning, does not appear in this game
17th Jun '17 11:01:20 PM IDUNNOs
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* {{In Name Only}}: Princess Zelda, despite having a brief mention in the beginning, does not appear in this game
16th Jun '17 6:08:21 AM Outis
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** A puzzle at the end of the second dungeon requires you to kill three enemies in a specific order to reveal a key required to progress. There is a hint earlier in the level which refers to the enemies by name, but the enemies' names are nowhere in the game or the manual.

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** A puzzle at the end of in the second dungeon requires you to kill three enemies in a specific order to reveal a key required to progress. There is a hint earlier in the level which refers to the enemies by name, but the enemies' names are nowhere in the game or the manual. The only way you'd know them is from the manual of a previous Zelda game on a console you might not even own.
28th Apr '17 5:03:45 AM pgj1997
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* TheCameo: A Yoshi doll ([[LampshadeHanging "Recently, he seems to be showing up in many games!"]]), a picture of Peach, a pet Chain Chomp[[note]]Referred to here as "[=BowWow=]", which is closer to his Japanese name "[=WanWan=]"[[/note]], [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros Goombas, Piranha Plants, Thwomps]], and an evil Franchise/{{Kirby}} as enemies, Wart from VideoGame/SuperMarioBros2 and Dr. Wright from VideoGame/SimCity appear as [=NPCs=], along with Pokeys and Shyguys as additional enemies, and Richard from the Japan-only game ''VideoGame/ForTheFrogTheBellTolls.''

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* TheCameo: A Yoshi doll ([[LampshadeHanging "Recently, he seems to be showing up in many games!"]]), a picture of Peach, a pet Chain Chomp[[note]]Referred to here as "[=BowWow=]", which is closer to his Japanese name "[=WanWan=]"[[/note]], [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros Goombas, Piranha Plants, Thwomps]], and an evil Franchise/{{Kirby}} as enemies, Wart from VideoGame/SuperMarioBros2 and Dr. Wright from VideoGame/SimCity appear as [=NPCs=], along with Pokeys and Shyguys as additional enemies, and Richard from the Japan-only game ''VideoGame/ForTheFrogTheBellTolls.'''' The last one is fitting, as both games run on the same engine.


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* CreatorThumbprint: As the game was composed by Kazumi Totaka, his song can be found here. Twice no less! The first method is to wait in Richard's house for 2 minutes and 30 seconds. The second method, which is [[RegionalBonus only accessable in the Japanese version]], is done by entering "とたけけ" (Totakeke) on the file select screen.
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