History Videogame / TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess

5th Jan '17 3:13:52 AM jormis29
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* SpinOff: ''Link's Crossbow Training'' takes place in the Hyrule presented in this game, with many of the same adversaries.

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* SpinOff: ''Link's Crossbow Training'' ''VideoGame/LinksCrossbowTraining'' takes place in the Hyrule presented in this game, with many of the same adversaries.
3rd Jan '17 8:46:15 PM Cyanna
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* OneWomanWail: During nighttime, the Hyrule Field music changes to a slower and more melancholy version featuring a lone woman singing the theme.
2nd Jan '17 10:46:11 AM Owlorange1995
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* GaidenGame: ''VideoGame/LinksCrossbow Training'' takes place in the world of this game, with many of the same settings and enemies.

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* GaidenGame: ''VideoGame/LinksCrossbow Training'' ''VideoGame/LinksCrossbowTraining'' takes place in the world of this game, with many of the same settings and enemies.
2nd Jan '17 10:43:05 AM Owlorange1995
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* GaidenGame: ''Link's Crossbow Training'' takes place in the world of this game, with many of the same settings and enemies.

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* GaidenGame: ''Link's Crossbow ''VideoGame/LinksCrossbow Training'' takes place in the world of this game, with many of the same settings and enemies.
1st Jan '17 8:59:31 PM MyFinalEdits
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* RecurringBoss: King Bulblin is fought at least three times.

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* RecurringBoss: King Bulblin Bulblin, a MiniBoss, is fought at least three a total of four times.
1st Jan '17 8:58:10 PM MyFinalEdits
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*** The pre-Water Dungeon setpieces include a dried up Lake Hylia, and Zora's domain frozen over. Unlike in Ocarina you actually get to thaw the Zoras out this time
** After completing the Water Dungeon, Link has an encounter with the main villain (Ganondorf/Zant) that sets off a series of events where Zelda goes missing for the rest of the plot (being chased into hiding by Ganon/disappearing after giving her power to Midna), a dark entity takes up the cause of directing Link where to go (Sheik/the revived Midna), and Link retrieves the Master Sword in preparation for the next series of Dungeons.
*** Though it's unknown at what point she would've appeared, Sheik was fully redesigned for this game as well.
** The next series of Dungeons include Desert, Ice, Wind, and Darkness.
*** The Desert Dungeon takes place in Gerudo Valley. Arbiter's Keep may even literally be the Spirit Temple, renovated and repurposed after the 100 year timeskip.
*** While ''Ocarina'' had the Forest and Water Temples in the second arc, their Medallion designs are leftover from scrapped potential Wind and Ice dungeons.

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*** The pre-Water Dungeon setpieces include a dried up Lake Hylia, and Zora's domain frozen over. Unlike in Ocarina ''Ocarina'' you actually get to thaw the Zoras out this time
** After completing the Water Dungeon, Link has an encounter with the main villain (Ganondorf/Zant) that sets off a series of events where Zelda goes missing for the rest of the plot (being chased into hiding by Ganon/disappearing after giving her power to Midna), a dark entity takes up the cause of directing Link where to go (Sheik/the revived Midna), and Link retrieves the Master Sword in preparation for the next series of Dungeons.
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Dungeons. And though it's unknown at what point she would've appeared, Sheik was fully redesigned for this game as well.
** The next series of Dungeons include Desert, Ice, Light, Wind, and Darkness.
*** The Desert Dungeon takes place in Gerudo Valley. Arbiter's Keep Grounds may even literally be the Spirit Temple, renovated and repurposed after the 100 year timeskip.
*** While ''Ocarina'' had the Forest and Water Temples in the second arc, their Medallion designs are leftover from scrapped potential Wind and Ice dungeons.dungeons, which are included in ''Twilight Princess''. Also, though the Light Dungeon seems to replace the ''Ocarina'' second arc's Fire Dungeon, both share the characteristic of being ''very'' tall, with the treasure item being in the highest floor and the boss room being in the first.



** Zelda summons the Light Arrows, though as in ''Wind Waker,'' she uses them herself.

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** Zelda summons the Light Arrows, though as in ''Wind Waker,'' Waker'' she uses them herself.
1st Jan '17 6:15:52 PM acrobox
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* RecurringElement: Link shares many story beats with the Link from ''Ocarina'' and ''Majora's Mask'' at times bordering on GenerationXerox or InternalHomage on the part of the creators. He physically meets that Link as The Hero's Shade.
** Link starts in a tree house in a wooded area south of Castle Town.
** The first three dungeons are Forest, Fire, and Water themed.
*** In the pre-Forest up to Fire dungeon setpieces, there's a character named Colin who fulfills Young Link's arc in ''Ocarina.'' He is bullied and ostracized by the other kids, but finds his courage and eventually takes up the sword and shield. Also in the Forest Dungeon, Link has to rescue monkeys as in ''Majora's Mask.''
*** The Fire Dungeon sees Link stopping to open closed rooms with Gorons in them. In a bit of a reversal, instead of the Goron's being in prison, they are instead holding keys to free the boss.
*** After being abducted, the girl that's good with horses (Romani in ''MM,'' Ilia here) loses her memories. She also gives Link a means to summon Epona from anywhere (the notes of Epona's Song, or Epona's flute which automatically that song.)
*** The pre-Water Dungeon setpieces include a dried up Lake Hylia, and Zora's domain frozen over. Unlike in Ocarina you actually get to thaw the Zoras out this time
** After completing the Water Dungeon, Link has an encounter with the main villain (Ganondorf/Zant) that sets off a series of events where Zelda goes missing for the rest of the plot (being chased into hiding by Ganon/disappearing after giving her power to Midna), a dark entity takes up the cause of directing Link where to go (Sheik/the revived Midna), and Link retrieves the Master Sword in preparation for the next series of Dungeons.
*** Though it's unknown at what point she would've appeared, Sheik was fully redesigned for this game as well.
** The next series of Dungeons include Desert, Ice, Wind, and Darkness.
*** The Desert Dungeon takes place in Gerudo Valley. Arbiter's Keep may even literally be the Spirit Temple, renovated and repurposed after the 100 year timeskip.
*** While ''Ocarina'' had the Forest and Water Temples in the second arc, their Medallion designs are leftover from scrapped potential Wind and Ice dungeons.
** Ganondorf takes over Hyrule Castle, and positions himself at the very top for the final battle. In a reversal, the battle starts with Beast Ganon and ends with human Ganondorf rather than the other way around in ''Ocarina.''
** Zelda summons the Light Arrows, though as in ''Wind Waker,'' she uses them herself.
** There are other minor similarities such as the encounter with Skull Kid in the Lost Woods, protecting a wagon from being attacked by bandits, or the complete fused shadow bearing a resemblance to Majora's Mask itself.
27th Dec '16 7:01:31 PM MyFinalEdits
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** Talking to Fyer (the cannon man) at any point in the game has the option of "Special - Repairs" in addition to the usual cannon flights, but nothing you obtain can be repaired by him (the only thing that could need repairs is the de-powered Dominion Rod late in the game), given thatbhe himself says his expertise is cannons. Obviously thia means you're gonna have a cannon for him to repair later in the game. [[spoiler:One that's powerful enough to shoot you to the City in the Sky to obtain the last piece of the Mirror of Twilight.]]
27th Dec '16 11:11:00 AM Rytex
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** An ''incredibly'' subtle one, but Ooccoo's name happens to be the the exact hexadecimal representation of the green color of Link's tunic in ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZelda the original game]], which is 00CC00.

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** An ''incredibly'' subtle one, but Ooccoo's name happens to be the the exact hexadecimal representation of the green color of Link's Kokiri Tunic in ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOfTime Ocarina]]'' (a common misconception is that it's the color of Link's tunic in ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZelda the original game]], game), which is 00CC00.00CC00.
27th Dec '16 11:05:57 AM Rytex
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** An ''incredibly'' subtle one, but Ooccoo's name happens to be the the exact hexadecimal representation of the green color of Link's tunic in ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZelda the original game]], which is 00CC00.
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