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[[folder: Fridge Brilliance ]]

* The plot is an alternate universe version of ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaLinksAwakening''. This is why Oshus and Bellum seem so similar to the Wind Fish and [=DethI=] respectively. It even explains the whole [[spoiler:AllJustADream]] ending.
* [[spoiler:Bellum eats life force from all things around it, starting with the Ocean King]]. This would also explain why the Ghost Ship took Tetra away at the start, as a means of bringing food to its master. But when you think about [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaSkywardSword Skyward Sword]], it makes much more sense than expected. If a creature consumes life energy, what more delectable source exists than [[spoiler:a goddess]]?
* At the end of the game, Tetra asks how long they've been gone for, and her crew says that it's only been "about 10 minutes". Why 10 minutes? [[spoiler:That was initially the same amount of time the Hourglass could protect Link from the Temple of the Ocean King's curse.]]
* The way that one would get the crest for the Sun Key [note] Pressing the 2 screens together [/note] is brilliant because many players might get frustrated and close their DS to look up the answer, thus solving the puzzle.
** Which is also carried over into the Virtual Console port for the Wii U, in which "open and close the menu" substitutes for "close and then open the DS" - many players, upon being stumped by this puzzle, would open the menu to go onto Miiverse and ask for help...only to return to the game and discover that they solved the puzzle without knowing it.

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[[folder: Fridge Horror ]]

* [[SuperDrowningSkills Link can't swim in this game,]] even though he could swim just fine in ''The Wind Waker''. What could've happened in between the two so that he would've lost that skill? Well, when you consider [[spoiler: [[FutileHandReach what happened]] [[NoPlaceForMeThere with the King of Red Lions]] in ''The Wind Waker''...and that it took place ''entirely underwater''...[[ButNowIMustGo Most incarnations of Link have had to deal with parting ways with a close companion at the end of their adventures,]] [[DarkerAndEdgier but none of them have been forced to watch as said companion resigned himself to death by drowning.]]]]