History Videogame / TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOfTime

13th Jan '18 6:33:26 AM BlueMadness
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** [[spoiler:It's like this particular incarnation of Zelda can't do anything right.]]
13th Jan '18 2:04:45 AM Twist
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**[[spoiler:It's like this particular incarnation of Zelda can't do anything right.]]
7th Jan '18 1:26:53 PM DarkStorm
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* GoodBadBugs: [[InvokedTrope Invoked]] in the remake: [[GameBreakingBug non-Game-Breaking Bugs]] were [[http://www.zeldadungeon.net/2011/06/bugs-were-intentionally-preserved/ intentionally left in the game to add charm and replay value.]]

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* GoodBadBugs: [[InvokedTrope Invoked]] in the remake: [[GameBreakingBug non-Game-Breaking Bugs]] were [[http://www.[[https://www.zeldadungeon.net/2011/06/bugs-were-intentionally-preserved/ net/bugs-were-intentionally-preserved/ intentionally left in the game to add charm and replay value.]]
23rd Dec '17 12:55:34 AM Arima
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* ContinuingIsPainful: If you die during the final battle with Ganon, you have to start the Tower escape sequence again.
25th Nov '17 1:14:46 AM rmctagg09
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* AllOfTheOtherReindeer: Link is the Boy Without A Fairy, and thus teased by all the "other" Kokiri...in the {{Backstory}}, at least. The game ''begins'' with [[ExpositionFairy Navi]] bonding to Link. Though most of the Kokiri are happy for him; only [[TheRival Link's rival]] [[StupidBoss Mido]] continues to be a douche about it. In the future, on the other hand, Link is still the odd one out as the only outsider who ''does'' have a fairy.

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* AllOfTheOtherReindeer: Link is the Boy Without A Fairy, and thus teased by all the "other" Kokiri...in the {{Backstory}}, at least. The game ''begins'' with [[ExpositionFairy Navi]] bonding to Link. Though most of the Kokiri are happy for him; only [[TheRival Link's rival]] [[StupidBoss Mido]] Mido continues to be a douche about it. In the future, on the other hand, Link is still the odd one out as the only outsider who ''does'' have a fairy.
24th Nov '17 8:00:01 PM DragonQuestZ
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* AllOfTheOtherReindeer: Link is the Boy Without A Fairy, and thus teased by all the "other" Kokiri...in the {{Backstory}}, at least. The game ''begins'' with [[ExpositionFairy Navi]] bonding to Link. In a subversion, most of the Kokiri are happy for him; only [[TheRival Link's rival]] [[StupidBoss Mido]] continues to be a douche about it. In the future, on the other hand, Link is still the odd one out as the only outsider who ''does'' have a fairy.

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* AllOfTheOtherReindeer: Link is the Boy Without A Fairy, and thus teased by all the "other" Kokiri...in the {{Backstory}}, at least. The game ''begins'' with [[ExpositionFairy Navi]] bonding to Link. In a subversion, Though most of the Kokiri are happy for him; only [[TheRival Link's rival]] [[StupidBoss Mido]] continues to be a douche about it. In the future, on the other hand, Link is still the odd one out as the only outsider who ''does'' have a fairy.



* BossSubtitles: Every boss is described with one, starting with "'''Parasitic Armored Arachnid: GOHMA'''". It also subverts it to great effect at the end of the game; as the final boss towers over Link, it's as though the game itself is incapable of describing the behemoth as anything else than "'''GANON'''".

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* BossSubtitles: Every boss is described with one, starting with "'''Parasitic Armored Arachnid: GOHMA'''". It also subverts plays with this it to great effect at the end of the game; as the final boss towers over Link, it's as though the game itself is incapable of describing the behemoth as anything else than "'''GANON'''".



* ConvectionSchmonvection: Played straight in most of the game (especially Dodongo's Cavern) but despite the series's track record with this trope, it's subverted inside Death Mountain, in which it's so hot that Link requires the flame-retardant Goron Tunic to be able to survive for more than a minute or so.

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* ConvectionSchmonvection: Played straight in most of the game (especially Dodongo's Cavern) but despite the series's track record with this trope, it's subverted averted inside Death Mountain, in which it's so hot that Link requires the flame-retardant Goron Tunic to be able to survive for more than a minute or so.



* CreepyMortician: Dampé. He himself dies during the TimeSkip, but he took his treasure, the Hookshot (which is later outclassed), to the grave, and invites anyone who reads his diary to visit him. It's subverted though, since he's not a bad guy at all. He gives you the Hookshot if you can keep up with him in a race, and a Heart Piece if you finish in under a minute.

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* CreepyMortician: Dampé. He himself dies during the TimeSkip, but he took his treasure, the Hookshot (which is later outclassed), to the grave, and invites anyone who reads his diary to visit him. It's subverted though, since But he's not a bad guy at all. He gives you the Hookshot if you can keep up with him in a race, and a Heart Piece if you finish in under a minute.



* DamselInDistress: Zelda subverts it during the mid-point of the game, when you are being assisted by Sheik... [[spoiler:who IS Princess Zelda!]]

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* DamselInDistress: Zelda double subverts it during the mid-point of the game, when you are being assisted by Sheik... [[spoiler:who IS is Princess Zelda!]]Zelda... and then gets captured after that reveal]].
21st Oct '17 12:02:07 PM Jubileus57
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* WindmillScenery: It is hard to miss the Kakariko Village windmill. It is actually a wind''pump'' that draws up water from the nighmarish well sitting in front of it.
30th Sep '17 6:45:07 PM nombretomado
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''Ocarina of Time'' is the fifth entry in ''Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda'' series, originally released for the Nintendo 64. It is the first 3D game in the series and the first FifthGeneration title, and it set the standard for all the later games in the series, with its then-unheard of style of cinematic presentation and introduction of many mainstay elements of the franchise.

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''Ocarina of Time'' is the fifth entry in ''Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda'' series, originally released for the Nintendo 64. It is the first 3D game in the series and the first FifthGeneration [[UsefulNotes/TheFifthGenerationOfConsoleVideoGames Fifth Generation]] title, and it set the standard for all the later games in the series, with its then-unheard of style of cinematic presentation and introduction of many mainstay elements of the franchise.
28th Sep '17 11:41:36 AM rmctagg09
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* AlternateTimeline: As noted above, confirmed with ''[[AllThereInTheManual Hyrule Historia]]''. [[spoiler: Later games confirm a split in the Zelda universe's timelines, as a result of the TimeSkip in this game--one where Young Link returns to his own time and grows up normally, the other where Adult Link disappears (when he returns to his own time as Young Link). The former leads into ''Majora's Mask'', ''Twilight Princess'', and ''Four Swords Adventures'', while the latter leads into ''Wind Waker'' and its sequels. ''Hyrule Historia'' also revealed a third timeline, created if Link failed to beat Ganon in this game, which leads to ''A Link to the Past'', the ''Oracles'' games, ''Link's Awakening'', and the two NES games.]]

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* AlternateTimeline: As noted above, confirmed with ''[[AllThereInTheManual Hyrule Historia]]''. [[spoiler: Later [[spoiler:Later games confirm a split in the Zelda universe's timelines, as a result of the TimeSkip in this game--one where Young Link returns to his own time and grows up normally, the other where Adult Link disappears (when he returns to his own time as Young Link). The former leads into ''Majora's Mask'', ''Twilight Princess'', and ''Four Swords Adventures'', while the latter leads into ''Wind Waker'' and its sequels. ''Hyrule Historia'' also revealed a third timeline, created if Link failed to beat Ganon in this game, which leads to ''A Link to the Past'', the ''Oracles'' games, ''Link's Awakening'', and the two NES games.]]



* ApatheticCitizens: In Kakariko Village, [[spoiler: after Bongo Bongo wreaks havoc in the village]], no one seems to care that it happened after you came back over there.

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* ApatheticCitizens: In Kakariko Village, [[spoiler: after [[spoiler:after Bongo Bongo wreaks havoc in the village]], no one seems to care that it happened after you came back over there.



* DamselInDistress: Zelda subverts it during the mid-point of the game, when you are being assisted by Sheik... [[spoiler: who IS Princess Zelda!]]

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* DamselInDistress: Zelda subverts it during the mid-point of the game, when you are being assisted by Sheik... [[spoiler: who [[spoiler:who IS Princess Zelda!]]



* TheStoryThatNeverWas: [[spoiler: Zelda resets the timeline to just before Link met her and she sent him of to try to stop Ganndorf on his own. They realize that Ganondorf would've never have risen to power if they had simply turned him over to the proper authorities instead of unlocking the sacred realm giving him the opportunity to steal the triforce. She also apologizes that all the time travel shenanigans deprived Link of a normal childhood. In doing so she actually failed to fully erase everything and created at least two timelines - one where Link simply vanished from existence after defeating Ganon as an adult, and one where he exposed the conspiracy as a child. WordOfGod is that despite being able to live out his childhood, Link retained memories of the events of the plot and lived an unfulfilled life because he never got to be the Hero of Time.]]

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* TheStoryThatNeverWas: [[spoiler: Zelda [[spoiler:Zelda resets the timeline to just before Link met her and she sent him of off to try to stop Ganndorf Ganondorf on his own. They realize that Ganondorf would've never have risen to power if they had simply turned him over to the proper authorities instead of unlocking the sacred realm giving Sacred Realm, which gave him the opportunity to steal the triforce. She also apologizes that all the time travel shenanigans deprived Link of a normal childhood. In Triforce. However, in doing so she actually failed to fully erase everything and created at least two timelines - one where Link simply vanished from existence after defeating Ganon as an adult, adult (The setting of ''Wind Waker'' and its sequels), and one where he exposed the conspiracy as a child. (The setting of ''Twilight Princess'' and ''Four Swords Adventures'') WordOfGod is that despite being able to live out his childhood, Link retained memories of the events of the plot and lived an unfulfilled life because he never got to be the Hero of Time.]]
27th Sep '17 3:34:07 PM Bisected8
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* TheStoryThatNeverWas: [[spoiler: Zelda resets the timeline to just before Link met her and she sent him of to try to stop Ganndorf on his own. They realize that Ganondorf would've never have risen to power if they had simply turned him over to the proper authorities instead of unlocking the sacred realm giving him the opportunity to steal the triforce. She also apologizes that all the time travel shenanigans deprived Link of a normal childhood. In doing so she actually failed to fully erase everything and created at least two timelines - one where Link simply vanished from existence after defeating Ganon as an adult, and one where he exposed the conspiracy as a child. WordOfGod is that despite being able to live out his childhood, Link retained memories of the events of the plot and lived an unfulfilled life because he never got to be the Hero of Time.]]
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