History VideoGame / TheLegendOfZeldaMajorasMask

29th May '16 11:49:43 AM MyFinalEdits
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* FiveManBand: Oddly, despite not being a band of heroes but an actual, musical band, the Indigo-Go's pretty much fit the pattern with Mikau as TheHero, Japas as TheLancer, Tijo as TheBigGuy, Evan as TheSmartGuy, and Lulu as TheChick.

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* FiveManBand: Oddly, despite not being a band of heroes but an actual, musical band, the Indigo-Go's pretty much fit the pattern with Mikau as TheHero, Japas as TheLancer, Tijo as TheBigGuy, Evan as TheSmartGuy, and Lulu as TheChick.



* InfinityMinusOneSword: The Gilded Sword. It is the strongest regular sword you can get in the game, three times as damaging as the Kokiri Sword, and it's only available after at least half the main quest is done with. To get the two other stronger swords (the Great Fairy's Sword and the Double Helix Sword--see below), you have to complete the Stone Tower Temple with all Stray Fairies, and obtain all masks, a goal that pretty much is the same as achieving HundredPercentCompletion, respectively.

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* InfinityMinusOneSword: The Gilded Sword. It is the strongest regular sword you can get in the game, three times as damaging as the Kokiri Sword, and it's only available after at least half the main quest is done with. To get the two other stronger swords (the Great Fairy's Sword and the Double Helix Sword--see below), Sword), you have to complete the Stone Tower Temple with all Stray Fairies, and obtain all masks, a goal that pretty much is the same as achieving HundredPercentCompletion, respectively.


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* MiniBoss: ''Majora's Mask'' has been since its release the game with the highest number of minibosses, and several of them being recurring means that it's also the game with the highest number of miniboss encounters. There are two in each dungeon except Snowhead Temple (where Link faces one twice instead), four Gerudo duels in Pirates' Fortress, and a much larger number in the Ikana region, though some fights are optional.
23rd May '16 2:57:07 PM morninglight
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** If you fail the Beaver Brothers race a certain number of times you will be put on an alternate-course which is easy much easier to finish.

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** If you fail the Beaver Brothers race a certain number of times you will be put on an alternate-course which is easy much easier to finish.
23rd May '16 4:39:58 AM morninglight
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** If you fail the Beaver Brothers race a certain number of times you will be put on an alternate-course which is easy much easier to finish.
20th May '16 4:08:14 AM erforce
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** Also in the remake, the Bomber's Notebook description for successfully completing the alien/ghost sidequest is "[[Film/{{Ghostbusters}} Busting Ghosts]]".

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** Also in the remake, the Bomber's Notebook description for successfully completing the alien/ghost sidequest is "[[Film/{{Ghostbusters}} "[[Franchise/{{Ghostbusters}} Busting Ghosts]]".
18th May '16 12:01:59 PM Generality
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* ManInFrontOfTheMan: Majora's Mask is this to the Skull Kid, something that the final confrontation at the Clock Tower makes clear when the mask discards him before retreating into the moon (and also shows that it's a sentient object, instead of Skull Kid merely taking advantage of its powers for kicks).

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* ManInFrontOfTheMan: TheManInFrontOfTheMan: Majora's Mask is this to the Skull Kid, something that the final confrontation at the Clock Tower makes clear when the mask discards him before retreating into the moon (and also shows that it's a sentient object, instead of Skull Kid merely taking advantage of its powers for kicks).
18th May '16 12:01:42 PM Generality
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* ManBehindTheMan: Majora's Mask is this to the Skull Kid, something that the final confrontation at the Clock Tower makes clear when the mask discards him before retreating into the moon (and also shows that it's a sentient object, instead of Skull Kid merely taking advantage of its powers for kicks).

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* ManBehindTheMan: ManInFrontOfTheMan: Majora's Mask is this to the Skull Kid, something that the final confrontation at the Clock Tower makes clear when the mask discards him before retreating into the moon (and also shows that it's a sentient object, instead of Skull Kid merely taking advantage of its powers for kicks).
7th May '16 8:02:56 AM HeraldAlberich
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* ApocalypseHow: Atleast Class 2, potentially Class 4. Basically what happens if you fail. Invariably Total Extinction. Could also plausibly be Physical Annihilation, but the further results of the moon crashing aren't seen after Link's (pretty horrible) demise, especially if it happens right on top of the Clock Tower.

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* ApocalypseHow: Atleast Class 2, potentially Class 4. Basically what What happens if you fail.fail and allow the moon to fall. Invariably Total Extinction. Could also plausibly be Physical Annihilation, but the further results of the moon crashing aren't seen after Link's (pretty horrible) demise, especially if it happens right on top of the Clock Tower.
7th May '16 4:18:21 AM Shootdatrupee
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* ApocalypseHow: What happens if you fail. Invariably Total Extinction. Could also plausibly be Physical Annihilation, but the further results of the moon crashing aren't seen after Link's (pretty horrible) demise, especially if it happens right on top of the Clock Tower.

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* ApocalypseHow: What Atleast Class 2, potentially Class 4. Basically what happens if you fail. Invariably Total Extinction. Could also plausibly be Physical Annihilation, but the further results of the moon crashing aren't seen after Link's (pretty horrible) demise, especially if it happens right on top of the Clock Tower.
3rd May '16 1:42:01 PM KamenRiderOokalf
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* AlternateSelf: Most moderately-significant characters, and even a few significant ones like Tatl, are implied to be alternate versions of ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOfTime'' characters. For example, the Gorman brothers are three alterantes of Ingo, who is in turn an {{expy}} of a certain [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros plumber's brother]].

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* AlternateSelf: Most moderately-significant characters, and even a few significant ones like Tatl, are implied to be alternate versions of ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOfTime'' characters. For example, the Gorman brothers are three alterantes alternates of Ingo, who is in turn an {{expy}} of a certain [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros plumber's brother]].
19th Apr '16 8:05:27 PM HeraldAlberich
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** To a lesser extent, Epona is this. While most players wouldn't dream of not getting her in ''Ocarina of Time'' and she's essential for several side-quests, you could easily complete the main game without her - every area she can get you to has another way to enter it. It's not even mandatory to ''meet'' her. In this game, short of exploiting a glitch or two, you're not getting to the second half of the story without her, which is why one of Link's personal objectives in the game is to find her again.

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** To a lesser extent, Epona is this. While most players wouldn't dream of not getting her in ''Ocarina of Time'' and she's essential for several side-quests, you could easily complete the main game without her - every her--every area she can get you to has another way to enter it. It's not even mandatory to ''meet'' her. In this game, short of exploiting a glitch or two, you're not getting to the second half of the story without her, which is why one of Link's personal objectives in the game is to find her again.
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