History VideoGame / TheLegendOfZeldaOracleGames

3rd Sep '17 10:41:56 PM Gamermaster
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* WhereItAllBegan: The eighth dungeon in ''Ages'' is located in the same area as the first one, just in the past instead of the present.
27th Aug '17 7:40:40 PM Grobi
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*** What makes this more of a GuideDangIt is the fact that while there ''is'' an in-game way to have figured this out (using the rod of seasons on other enemies will knock them away and deal no damage), the chances of a player either remembering it or thinking to use it at that particular moment are rather slim.
27th Aug '17 6:08:26 PM Nicoaln
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*** What makes this more of a GuideDangIt is the fact that while there ''is'' an in-game way to have figured this out (using the rod of seasons on other enemies will knock them away and deal no damage), the chances of a player either remembering it or thinking to use it at that particular moment are rather slim.
27th Aug '17 6:01:30 PM Nicoaln
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** If you manage to beat Twinrova, but lose to Ganon and go back to him, Twinrova will be defeated.
5th Aug '17 10:03:11 PM BillyMT
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** Dimitri, too, can't go anywhere too hot, like the volcanic ruins of Symmetry City. [[CallBack Dodongos dislikes smoke, remember?]]
5th Aug '17 7:41:20 PM BillyMT
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* 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.

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* GrandfatherParadox: Ralph confronts Veran, possessing [[spoiler:possessing his ancestor Queen Ambi, Ambi]], in ''Ages'', revealing his development into being willing to protect his nation [[spoiler:his nation]] [[HeroicSacrifice at the cost of his own existence]]. However, Veran easily defeats him.
5th Aug '17 7:26:25 PM BillyMT
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** While you ''can'' restock them on Maple's Hut in either game, it's still a bad idea, given how they're horribly overpriced, and the shop is located, in both versions, at places that require a bit too much of effort to visit regularly.
25th Jul '17 9:41:23 PM Owlorange1995
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* FourElementEnsemble: The villains trying to ressurect Ganon.
** Kotake can use ice spells.
** Koume can use fire spells.
** Onox can manifest as a tornado and can produce smaller ones in battle.
** Veran forces the people of Labrynna to build the stone Black Tower, smothering the surrounding area in dust and mud.
22nd Jul '17 9:44:54 PM Sammettik
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* ContinuitySnarl: Even ignoring the question of canonical order within the pair, these games have some issues fitting into the official timeline, even to the point where their placement has changed over time. ''Literature/HyruleHistoria'' placed them in the Downfall branch as interquels between ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaALinkToThePast A Link to the Past]]'' and ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaLinksAwakening Link's Awakening]]'', all featuring the same incarnation of Link. However, Zelda seems to know Link only by reputation in a linked game. ''Hyrule Encyclopedia'' instead claims these take place ''after'' ''Link's Awakening'' and have a new Link and Zelda. However, this comes with its own issues, which stem from ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaALinkBetweenWorlds A Link Between Worlds]]''. In the opening animations for the ''Oracle'' games, Link is shown approaching the completed Triforce in Hyrule Castle, yet Ganon somehow came back into possession of the Triforce of Power before ''A Link Between Worlds'' started. The latter game also makes no mention of Ganon getting resurrected successfully since his defeat in ''A Link to the Past''; even discounting [[spoiler:Twinrova's attempt in a linked game]], there still doesn't seem to be a way for Ganon to reclaim his piece while deceased. Add in the inconsistencies with Ganon being dead versus sealed away, and fans are just left more questions than answers about the games' placement in the timeline.

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* ContinuitySnarl: Even ignoring the question of canonical order within the pair, these games have some issues fitting into the official timeline, even to the point where their placement has changed over time. timeline. ''Literature/HyruleHistoria'' placed places them in the Downfall branch as interquels between ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaALinkToThePast A Link to the Past]]'' and ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaLinksAwakening Link's Awakening]]'', all featuring the same incarnation of Link. However, Zelda seems to know Link only by reputation in a linked game. ''Hyrule Encyclopedia'' instead claims these take place ''after'' ''Link's Awakening'' and have a new Link and Zelda. However, this comes with its own issues, which stem from To make matters worse, ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaALinkBetweenWorlds A Link Between Worlds]]''.Worlds]]'' seems to offer up yet more contradictions. In the opening animations for the ''Oracle'' games, Link is shown approaching the completed Triforce in Hyrule Castle, yet Ganon somehow came back into possession of the Triforce of Power before ''A Link Between Worlds'' started. The latter game also makes no mention of Ganon getting resurrected successfully since his defeat in ''A Link to the Past''; even discounting [[spoiler:Twinrova's attempt in a linked game]], there still doesn't seem to be a way for Ganon to reclaim his piece while deceased. Add in the inconsistencies with Ganon being dead versus sealed away, and fans are ''Literature/HyruleHistoria'' just left more questions than answers about the games' placement in the timeline.
9th Jun '17 10:25:22 AM DrakeClawfang
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** ''Oracle of Seasons'', the first dungeon looks like the first dungeon of ''Legend of Zelda'', and 6 bosses in ''Seasons'' are taken from ''Legend of Zelda'' with one of the other bosses coming from ''A Link to the Past''.

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** ''Oracle of Seasons'', the first dungeon looks like the first dungeon of ''Legend of Zelda'', and 6 bosses in ''Seasons'' are taken from ''Legend of Zelda'' with one of the other bosses coming from ''A Link to the Past''. The overworld map also has a couple similarities to ''Legend of Zelda''.
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