History Videogame / TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess

18th Feb '18 6:40:55 PM Dere
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* VictoryFakeout: The fight against Armogohma plays with this in that all that's left of the boss when you defeat him is a small piece that runs away. It dies in one hit.

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* VictoryFakeout: The fight against Armogohma plays with this in that all that's left of the boss when you defeat him is a small piece that runs away. It dies in one hit.
5th Jan '18 5:55:52 AM MugenKagemaru
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** You have to learn the songs as a wolf before you can howl them, even when the mechanic itself is available.

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** You have to learn the songs as a wolf before you can howl Hidden Skills from the Hero's Shade to use them, even when if you know the mechanic itself is available.timing and button inputs from previous runs.
28th Dec '17 11:18:16 AM GreatDane112
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* ImplacableMan: The Postman is a benign example. He always completes his deliveries no matter where his recipient is. Even the Twilight itself doesn't seem to be a barrier to his job, and that's an area that turns people into ghosts, or wolves, when they enter! He's evem able to recognize Link while he's in his wolf form, showing just how dedicated he is to his job.

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* ImplacableMan: The Postman is a benign example. He always completes his deliveries no matter where his recipient is. Even the Twilight itself doesn't seem to be a barrier to his job, and that's an area that turns people into ghosts, or wolves, when they enter! He's evem even able to recognize Link while he's in his wolf form, showing just how dedicated he is to his job.


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** Welp, [[spoiler:Stallord]] has just been decapitated, all that's left is to... oh wait, second phase.
23rd Dec '17 6:27:01 PM StarSword
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* ImplacableMan: The Postman is a benign example. He always completes his deliveries no matter where his recipient is. Even the Twilight itself doesn't seem to be a barrier to his job, and that's an area that turns people into ghosts, or wolves, when they enter! He's even able to recognize Link while he's in his wolf form, showing just how dedicated he is to his job.

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* ImplacableMan: The Postman is a benign example. He always completes his deliveries no matter where his recipient is. Even the Twilight itself doesn't seem to be a barrier to his job, and that's an area that turns people into ghosts, or wolves, when they enter! He's even evem able to recognize Link while he's in his wolf form, showing just how dedicated he is to his job.job.
* ImpliedLoveInterest: Ilia for Link, which probably makes it the first time in the franchise it isn't Princess Zelda. The two of them grew up together and are clearly very close, and Link is as much motivated by rescuing her and the other Ordon children as by saving the world, but whether or not their relationship is purely platonic is left ambiguous.
5th Dec '17 2:41:00 PM rjd1922
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* AscendedGlitch: Originally, it was possible to get Green Chu Jelly if a Blue and Yellow Chu combined. Seeing as it only worked in the Wii version and it had no effect when drunk, had no text on the item subscreen, and no text appeared when obtained, it was most likely left in by mistake from when the game had a magic meter. The HD version not only leaves it in, but gives it proper text referencing that it has no effect.
28th Nov '17 5:32:00 AM AuraXtreme
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** Maintaining a full wallet is slightly easier at first but ''much'' more difficult later due to the increase in wallet sizes in the HD version. A third, absolutely massive wallet[[note]]Just shy of ''10,000''[[/note]] also makes getting it full somewhat difficult. However, if you manage to get it maxed out, your Magic Armor suddenly becomes way more effective -- especially during the second run of [[BrutalBonusLevel the Cave of Ordeals]]. That said, by the time you get it [[note]]you have to have upgraded the Master Sword[[/note]], you'll have gotten most of the large Rupees from the main game. You either need to go out of your way to find large stashes, or grind through enemies and mini-games to fill it up.

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** Maintaining a full wallet is slightly easier at first but ''much'' more difficult later due to the increase in wallet sizes in the HD version. A third, absolutely massive wallet[[note]]Just shy of ''10,000''[[/note]] also makes getting it full somewhat difficult. However, if you manage to get it maxed out, your Magic Armor suddenly becomes way more effective -- especially during the second run of [[BrutalBonusLevel the Cave of Ordeals]]. That said, by the time you get it [[note]]you have to have upgraded the Master Sword[[/note]], it, you'll have gotten most of the large Rupees from the main game. You either need to go out of your way to find large stashes, or grind through enemies and mini-games to fill it up.
28th Nov '17 5:30:15 AM AuraXtreme
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* CorruptCorporateExecutive: The in-game explanation for why the shop in Castle Town sells things at ''outrageous'' prices. How crazy? The cheapest thing on display is a set of 10 Arrows... ''for 2,000 Rupees.'' That's ''double'' your possible maximum money capacity in the original game with both wallet items.[[note]]The HD version increases the wallet sizes, making this the only possible purchase from the shop.[[/note]] And it gets crazier from there. The absolutely most expensive thing in the shop is the Magic Armor... ''for 100,000 Rupees.'' [[CaptainObvious Of course,]] there's no way you're buying anything from this shop as it is... so instead you help Malo buy out the owner, and then purchase things from him at half the price of anywhere else.

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* CorruptCorporateExecutive: The in-game explanation for why the shop in Castle Town sells things at ''outrageous'' prices. How crazy? The cheapest thing on display is a set of 10 Arrows... ''for 2,000 Rupees.'' That's ''double'' your possible maximum money capacity in the original game with both wallet items.upgrades.[[note]]The HD version increases adds a third upgrade to top you off at 9,999 Rupees... and the wallet sizes, making this the only possible purchase from the shop.arrows now cost 10,000.[[/note]] And it gets crazier from there. The absolutely most expensive thing in the shop is the Magic Armor... ''for 100,000 Rupees.'' [[CaptainObvious Of course,]] there's no way you're buying anything from this shop as it is... so instead you help Malo buy out the owner, and then purchase things from him at half the price of anywhere else.
28th Nov '17 5:28:27 AM AuraXtreme
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** Both the Cave of Ordeals and the Cave of Shadows become more difficult the second time through. [[spoiler:Thought three Iron Knuckles at once was bad? How about ''four''?]]

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** Both the Cave of Ordeals and the Cave of Shadows become more difficult the second time through. [[spoiler:Thought three Iron Knuckles Darknuts at once was bad? How about ''four''?]]
26th Nov '17 5:44:39 AM Jubileus57
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* MadameFortune: The FortuneTeller that can foresee Link's next tasks and Piece of Hearts locations is named Madame Fanadi.
15th Oct '17 12:03:52 AM Chabal2
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* ProactiveBoss:
** The City in the Sky is guarded by a giant wyvern, who at one point smashes through a stone bridge leading further inside (fortunately, there are alternate methods of crossing involving hookshots and helicopter plants).The actual battle takes place on the highest rooftop of the city.
** While the Skull Kid periodically sends puppet fighters after you, he also inverts the trope by opening up other sections of the dungeon when he goes through them.
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