History VideoGame / TheLegendOfZeldaOracleGames

3rd Sep '16 6:58:50 PM MathematicalVoid
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* FireBreathingDiner: Appears to happen to two Tokays in ''Ages'' after they [[TooDumbToLive eat Ember Seeds]] that you traded to them for Dimitri.



* FunWithPalindromes: ''Oracle of Ages'' features Symmetry City, whose survival depends on the total equality between the two sides. The name of the artifact that maintains the balance? Tuni nut!

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* FunWithPalindromes: ''Oracle of Ages'' features Symmetry City, whose survival depends on the total equality between the two sides. The name of the artifact that maintains the balance? Tuni nut!Nut!
27th Aug '16 3:28:02 PM DrakeClawfang
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* TheArtifact: As the Trivia page goes into detail on, the two games were originally a trilogy, the third of which would have a theme of color, while was a remake of the original NES ''Legend of Zelda'' was also planned. This still shows up in some ways:

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* TheArtifact: As the Trivia page goes into detail on, the two games were originally a trilogy, the third of which would have a theme of color, while was a remake of the original NES ''Legend of Zelda'' was also planned. This still shows up in some ways:
27th Aug '16 9:13:29 AM Sammettik
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* CloudCuckooLand: Subrosia.
27th Aug '16 9:11:35 AM Sammettik
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** One of the Mini-Bosses in a linked ''Ages'' game is a shout out to the original ''VideoGame/DonkeyKong'' arcade. This is probaly the only ShoutOut example from ''Ages''.

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** One of the Mini-Bosses in a linked ''Ages'' game is a shout out to the original ''VideoGame/DonkeyKong'' arcade. This is probaly probably the only ShoutOut example from ''Ages''.



** Meedlock, the 8th boss in ''Seasons'', is one to ''Franchise/{{Castlevania}}'', by being a giant Medusa Head.

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** Meedlock, Medlock, the 8th boss in ''Seasons'', is one to ''Franchise/{{Castlevania}}'', by being a giant Medusa Head.
19th Jul '16 9:17:27 PM Kayube
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Each ''Oracle'' game starts with Link being called to a new world by the Triforce. In '''Seasons''' he is called to the world of Holodrum, where he witnesses a dancer called Din get kidnapped by the BlackKnight Onox, who then sinks the Temple of Seasons into the earth, throwing the seasons of the world into chaos. In '''Ages''' Link is sent to Labrynna, where the singer Nayru is possessed by the [[EvilSorcerer Evil Sorceress]] Veran, who uses her powers to travel back in time and manipulate the queen of Labrynna in that time into building an EvilTowerOfOminousness. Link discovers that Din is the Oracle of Seasons and Nayru the Oracle of Ages, and uncovers hints that their capture and the plans of Onox and Veran are just separate parts of a larger, more sinister plot.

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Each ''Oracle'' game starts with Link being called to a new world by the Triforce. In '''Seasons''' ''Seasons'' he is called to the world of Holodrum, where he witnesses a dancer called Din get kidnapped by the BlackKnight Onox, who then sinks the Temple of Seasons into the earth, throwing the seasons of the world into chaos. In '''Ages''' ''Ages'' Link is sent to Labrynna, where the singer Nayru is possessed by the [[EvilSorcerer Evil Sorceress]] Veran, who uses her powers to travel back in time and manipulate the queen of Labrynna in that time into building an EvilTowerOfOminousness. Link discovers that Din is the Oracle of Seasons and Nayru the Oracle of Ages, and uncovers hints that their capture and the plans of Onox and Veran are just separate parts of a larger, more sinister plot.
17th Jul '16 2:59:20 PM Octorok103
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** Both games feature several [=NPCs=] from the [[UsefulNotes/Nintendo64 N64]] games. ''Ages'' mainly borrows from ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaMajorasMask Majora's Mask]]'', while ''Seasons'' opts for ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOfTime Ocarina of Time]]'' instead.
15th Jul '16 8:06:09 PM Sammettik
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* TheArtifact: As the Trivia page goes into detail on, the two games were originally a trilogy, one of which would have a theme of color, and another of which was a remake of the original NES ''Legend of Zelda''. This still shows up in some ways:

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* TheArtifact: As the Trivia page goes into detail on, the two games were originally a trilogy, one the third of which would have a theme of color, and another of which while was a remake of the original NES ''Legend of Zelda''.Zelda'' was also planned. This still shows up in some ways:
15th Jul '16 8:02:58 PM Sammettik
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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: The horse that Link rides in the opening intro never appear nor is mentionned again.

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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: The horse that Link rides a horse in the opening intro never appear nor cutscene, which he leaves behind before he enters the temple and is mentionned again.transported to Holodrum/Labrynna. That horse is apparently still standing there, waiting for its master to return.
15th Jul '16 5:27:09 AM Silverblade2
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* [[GrandfatherParadox Grandmother Paradox]]: Ralph confronts Veran, possessing his ancestor Queen Ambi, in ''Ages'', revealing his development into being willing to protect his nation [[HeroicSacrifice at the cost of his own existence]]. However, Veran easily defeats him.

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* [[GrandfatherParadox Grandmother Paradox]]: GrandfatherParadox: Ralph confronts Veran, possessing his ancestor Queen Ambi, in ''Ages'', revealing his development into being willing to protect his nation [[HeroicSacrifice at the cost of his own existence]]. However, Veran easily defeats him.



* {{Mama Bear}}s: Seeing [[FusionDance Twinrova]] [[spoiler:sacrifice herself for the sake of bringing Ganon BackFromTheDead]] just goes to show how much Koume and Kotake cared for Ganon(dorf).

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* {{Mama Bear}}s: MamaBear: Seeing [[FusionDance Twinrova]] [[spoiler:sacrifice herself for the sake of bringing Ganon BackFromTheDead]] just goes to show how much Koume and Kotake cared for Ganon(dorf).



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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: The horse that Link rides in the opening intro never appear nor is mentionned again.
13th Jul '16 8:33:03 AM Sammettik
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* TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything:

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* TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything: DemotedToExtra: The Master Sword, usually the series SwordOfPlotAdvancement, has no involvement whatsoever in this game's story, merely being the final sword upgrade.
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* InNameOnly: The Master Sword obtained in a linked game isn't actually the Blade of Evil's Bane, but an upgrade to Link's Noble Sword (or, if you use the secret before obtaining the Noble Sword in ''Seasons'', an entirely unrelated super-powerful sword lying deep within a forest called the Lost Woods).
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