04:59:08 AM Feb 6th 2012
- Every battle with the Imprisoned is a Timed Mission, with the distance from the Sealed Temple serving as the timer. You can add time to the clock by knocking the Imprisoned over or nailing it with a Groosenator charge. It can take time off the clock by dashing forward, climbing along the walls and cliffs, or flying. Each of those is progressively worse, and it is just as bad as it sounds. The Imprisoned is the sealed form of Demon King Demise, and he needs to eat Hylia's soul to reclaim his true form - this, of course, will cause The End of the World as We Know It outside of a plot-dictated event. All this is important as, after the second round, you learn that Zelda sealed herself inside the temple to keep the Imprisoned bound, and since she's the reincarnation of Hylia...
05:27:36 AM Feb 6th 2012
The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword, apparently. This sort of thing happens sometimes.
09:23:18 PM Apr 26th 2010
I removed this because it didn't give an example of what game it was talking about:
- Especially Ridiculous when used without a timing device to set up the Non Standard Game Over (like the aforementioned 'This will take me five minutes to drop')