History Videogame / TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOfTime

19th Jul '16 11:01:41 PM jameygamer
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* CardCarryingVillain: Ganondorf is called the Great King of Evil at several points including at the start of his boss fight, and refers to himself as the Evil King when defeated.
12th Jul '16 4:49:00 PM jameygamer
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* SequentialBoss: Phantom Ganon. In the first phase, he's riding a horse and attacks you with a powerful electric attack that splits upon contact with the floor. After giving him three hits with the arrows or the Hookshot, he'll dismount from the horse and change his pattern, floating in the air and throwing electric spheres that can be deflected back and forth in a TennisBoss sequence.

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Phantom Ganon. In the first phase, he's riding a horse and attacks you with a powerful electric attack that splits upon contact with the floor. After giving him three hits with the arrows or the Hookshot, he'll dismount from the horse and change his pattern, floating in the air and throwing electric spheres that can be deflected back and forth in a TennisBoss sequence.sequence.
** Then, Twinrova. When you start the battle, they fight separately and attack with long streams of ice/fire magic that does a boatload of damage. Link needs to reflect the magic at the opposite twin with the Mirror Shield. After doing enough damage, a cutscene plays that has them combine into Twinrova, and now you need to absorb the attacks with the shield; get three of the same element in a row and then rush forward to blow it back. Then you can start slashing.
7th Jul '16 2:05:21 PM jameygamer
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* DualBoss: Twinrova, of the completmentary variety. They're evil witches that fight you together. They can only be harmed by absorbing and reflecting their attacks. When they merge, Link has to charge his shield with three attacks from Twinrova that are of the same element before he can attack her again.

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* DualBoss: Twinrova, of the completmentary complementary variety. They're evil witches that fight you together. They can only be harmed by absorbing and reflecting their attacks. When they merge, Link has to charge his shield with three attacks from Twinrova that are of the same element before he can attack her again.
7th Jul '16 1:50:55 PM jameygamer
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* MiniBoss: All dungeons except the first one (two in the case of the Forest Temple, namely Stalfos and Meg), and some of them (the Lizafos in Dodongo's Cavern, the Stalfos in the Forest Temple, who are first fought as a duo and then a sequential trio, the Flare Dancer in the Fire Temple) are fought twice (in the case of Iron Knuckles in the Spirit Temple, three times; Deadhand is fought in both the well and the Shadow Temple). Notably, the Water Temple has Dark Link (formerly the FinalBoss of ''VideoGame/ZeldaIITheAdventureOfLink''), and Ganon's Tower has three pairs of prior mini-bosses (the Dinafols, who you will be meeting for the first time if you didn't enter the Gerudo Training Grounds, the Stalfos, and the Iron Knuckles, who thankfully can be woken up one at a time) before reaching Ganondorf, and an additional mini-boss pair of Stalfos for your escape after defeating Ganondorf.

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* MiniBoss: All dungeons except the first one (two in the case of the Forest Temple, namely Stalfos and Meg), and some of them (the Lizafos in Dodongo's Cavern, the Stalfos in the Forest Temple, who are first fought as a duo and then a sequential trio, the Flare Dancer in the Fire Temple) are fought twice (in the case of Iron Knuckles in the Spirit Temple, three times; Deadhand is fought in both the well and the Shadow Temple).Temple, and you have to contend with four Gerudo guards with double swords in the Thieves' Hideout, which, besides them and wandering guards that need to be avoided, are the only enemies in the building). Notably, the Water Temple has Dark Link (formerly the FinalBoss of ''VideoGame/ZeldaIITheAdventureOfLink''), and Ganon's Tower has three pairs of prior mini-bosses (the Dinafols, who you will be meeting for the first time if you didn't enter the Gerudo Training Grounds, the Stalfos, and the Iron Knuckles, who thankfully can be woken up one at a time) before reaching Ganondorf, and an additional mini-boss pair of Stalfos for your escape after defeating Ganondorf.
7th Jul '16 1:48:15 PM jameygamer
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* MiniBoss: All dungeons except the first one (two in the case of the Forest Temple, namely Stalfos and Meg), and some of them (the Lizafos in Dodongo's Cavern, the Stalfos, who are first fought as a duo and then a sequential trio, the Flare Dancer in the Fire Temple) are fought twice (in the case of Iron Knuckles in the Spirit Temple, three times). Notably, the Water Temple has Dark Link (formerly the FinalBoss of ''VideoGame/ZeldaIITheAdventureOfLink''), and Ganon's Tower has three pairs of prior mini-bosses (the Dinafols, who you will be meeting for the first time if you didn't enter the Gerudo Training Grounds, the Stalfos, and the Iron Knuckles, who thankfully can be woken up one at a time) before reaching Ganondorf, and an additional mini-boss pair of Stalfos for your escape after defeating Ganondorf.

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* MiniBoss: All dungeons except the first one (two in the case of the Forest Temple, namely Stalfos and Meg), and some of them (the Lizafos in Dodongo's Cavern, the Stalfos, Stalfos in the Forest Temple, who are first fought as a duo and then a sequential trio, the Flare Dancer in the Fire Temple) are fought twice (in the case of Iron Knuckles in the Spirit Temple, three times).times; Deadhand is fought in both the well and the Shadow Temple). Notably, the Water Temple has Dark Link (formerly the FinalBoss of ''VideoGame/ZeldaIITheAdventureOfLink''), and Ganon's Tower has three pairs of prior mini-bosses (the Dinafols, who you will be meeting for the first time if you didn't enter the Gerudo Training Grounds, the Stalfos, and the Iron Knuckles, who thankfully can be woken up one at a time) before reaching Ganondorf, and an additional mini-boss pair of Stalfos for your escape after defeating Ganondorf.
7th Jul '16 1:46:58 PM jameygamer
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* MiniBoss: All dungeons except the first have one (two in the case of the Forest Temple, namely Stalfos and Meg), and some of them are fought twice (in the case of Iron Knucles in the Spirit Temple, three times). Notably, the Water Temple has Dark Link (formerly the FinalBoss of ''VideoGame/ZeldaIITheAdventureOfLink'').

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* MiniBoss: All dungeons except the first have one (two in the case of the Forest Temple, namely Stalfos and Meg), and some of them (the Lizafos in Dodongo's Cavern, the Stalfos, who are first fought as a duo and then a sequential trio, the Flare Dancer in the Fire Temple) are fought twice (in the case of Iron Knucles Knuckles in the Spirit Temple, three times). Notably, the Water Temple has Dark Link (formerly the FinalBoss of ''VideoGame/ZeldaIITheAdventureOfLink'').''VideoGame/ZeldaIITheAdventureOfLink''), and Ganon's Tower has three pairs of prior mini-bosses (the Dinafols, who you will be meeting for the first time if you didn't enter the Gerudo Training Grounds, the Stalfos, and the Iron Knuckles, who thankfully can be woken up one at a time) before reaching Ganondorf, and an additional mini-boss pair of Stalfos for your escape after defeating Ganondorf.
7th Jul '16 1:38:57 PM jameygamer
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* InTheBack: Doing this to a Wolfos with your sword will kill it immediately.
5th Jul '16 3:59:15 PM jameygamer
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* DropTheHammer: Adult Link gets to mess around with the Megaton Hammer. It's more powerful than the Master Sword, can open up holes in the ground like bombs do, can destroy rocks you can't destroy with bombs, and is useful for caving in several of the tougher boss' skulls (it is needed to defeat Volvagia, the boss of the Fire Temple, where you find the hammer, but you don't need to use the Master Sword or Biggoron's Sword for this fight; the hammer alone will kill the dragon).

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* DropTheHammer: Adult Link gets to mess around with the Megaton Hammer. It's more powerful than the Master Sword, can open up holes in the ground like bombs do, can destroy rocks you can't destroy with bombs, and is useful for caving in several of the tougher boss' skulls (it is needed to defeat Volvagia, the boss of the Fire Temple, where you find the hammer, but you don't need to use the Master Sword or Biggoron's Sword for this fight; the hammer alone will kill the dragon).dragon. In the FinalBoss fight, you will need to use the hammer for the first stage against Ganon if you don't have Biggoron's Sword).
5th Jul '16 3:57:37 PM jameygamer
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* DropTheHammer: Adult Link gets to mess around with the Megaton Hammer. It's more powerful than the Master Sword, can open up holes in the ground like bombs do, can destroy rocks you can't destroy with bombs, and is useful for caving in several of the tougher boss' skulls.

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* DropTheHammer: Adult Link gets to mess around with the Megaton Hammer. It's more powerful than the Master Sword, can open up holes in the ground like bombs do, can destroy rocks you can't destroy with bombs, and is useful for caving in several of the tougher boss' skulls.skulls (it is needed to defeat Volvagia, the boss of the Fire Temple, where you find the hammer, but you don't need to use the Master Sword or Biggoron's Sword for this fight; the hammer alone will kill the dragon).
3rd Jul '16 8:15:29 AM Bonkfast
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